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PAGE SIX

THE M'ICHIGAN DAILY

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Campus Higghitsjui

Lecture on Colombia .. .
Gustava Rueda, '46E, will speak on
his native country, Colombia, at 8
p.m. today in Rackham Auditorium.
He will be introduced by Prof.
Charles N. Staubach of the Romance
Language department. The program,
sponsored by the Latin American So-
ciety is open to the public.
A.S.I.E. Will Meet .. .
The student chapter of the
American Society of Mechanical
Engineers will hold its regular
meeting at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Union.
The meeting will feature a talk
by Prof. Frank W. Wilson of the
mechanical engineering depart-
ment on "Opportunities for Me-
chanical Engineers in the Process-
ing Industry."
Prof. Wilson, only recently added
to the faculty, assoeia. ted with the
DuPont Company for 15 years and
has wide experience in chemical
industries.
Guild House TIa,
The Chinese Chistian Fellowship
will be the guests of the Roger Wil-
liams Guild at a tea from 4:30 to 6
p.m. today in the Guild House.
Club Holds Breakfast . . .
The Canterbury Club will have a
breakfast today in the Student Cen-
ter after the 7:15 a.m. Communion
Service in St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church.
SRA Program 'Ioightu-
The music committee of the Stu-
dent Religious Association will pre-
sent an evening of music at 7:30
p.m. today in Lane Hall.
Robert Taylor will discuss Bect-
hoven's "Choral Symphony," con-
paring it with the "First Sym-
phony." The discussion *will take
place in the Lane Hall -fireplace
room.
A second evening of music will
be presented May 1.
Davis .0 Speak
A lb I
"Industrial Relatios After Con-
version," will be the topic of William
H. Davis when he delivers the main
address at the eighteenth Founder's
Day Dinner of the Lawyer's Club Fri-
day.
Mr. Davis is a member of the New
York Bar and former head of the Na-
tional Labor Relations Board. He
will be introduced by the toastmaster,
Dean E. Blythe Stason of the Law
School.
The Founder's Day Dinner tradi-
tionally honors William W. Cook who
established the Lawyer's Club and
whose contributions to the University
includes the Law Quadrangle, the
Martha Cook Building and the Wil-
liam W. Cook Lectureship on Ameri-
can Institutions.
Over 300 persons are expected to
attend the dinner, including law stu-
dents now living in the Lawyer's
Club, several practicing lawyers and
Michigan state and Federal judges
who are honorary members of the
club.

MCF Discussion . .
The Michigan Christian Fellowship
will discuss "The Last Supper and
Gethsemane" at 8 p.m. today in Lane
Hall.
Franklin H. Littell, director of the
Student Religious Association, will
lead an open forum to be held by
the Fellowship at 8 p.m. Thursday in
Lane Hall.
The presentation of the prizes won
by students in the essay contest held
recently by the Fellowship and 'the
reading of the prize-winning essays
will precede the discussion. Calvin
Didier will read his paper on "Why
I Am a Christian" and Robert Taylor
wil read his essay on "Why I Am Not
a Christian."
Liu'l To Lecture . ..
Franklin II. Littell, director of
the Student Religious Asociation,
hbas been invited to lecture at Gosh-
en College, Goshen, Indiana on
May 5 and 6.
Ilis lectures, which will be given
under the auspices of the Mennon-
ite Historical Society, will be on
"Centrality of the Great Commis-
sion for the Anabaptists" and "The
Inadequacy of Modern Pacifism."
Dr. Meng To Visit 'U,.,..
Dr. Meng Chih, director of China
Thu;itute in America, will arrive in
Ann Arbor tomorrow, the purpose of
his visit being to interview Chinese
students here.
These special conferences will be
held between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. to-
morrow at the International Center.
A tea honoring Dr. Meng will be
given by the Chinese Students Club
and the Director and Staff of the
Center following the interviewing.
I1ousel Will Speak . .
Prof. William S. Housel of the
.civil engineering department will
spteak on airport construction at
the Sunday International Center
program at 7:30 p.m. in Rms. 316-
320 of the Union.
The address will be preceded by
a 'March of Time' film, "Airways
of the Future."
The program. which is open to
all foreign students, their friends,
and American students, will be
concluded with refreshments and
community singing in the Cent'r.
Stevenson at Chicago . .
Dean Russell A. Stevenson of the
School of Business Administration
will attend a meeting of the Mid-
west Economic Association tomorrow,
Friday and Saturday in Chicago.
He 'will serve as chairman of a gen-
eral meeting on Post-War Labor Pol-
icy in tomorrow's opening session.

AmericaJap
Alumni Groups
Meet In Tokyo
Alumni groups comprised of both
Jaanese and Americans are meeting
in Tokyo, according to a letter re-
ceived by the Alumni Association
from Maj. Ivan H. Ware, '22, of the
Property Custodians Office, Japanese
Occupation Forces.
Alumni Associations from colleges
and universities all over the United
States .are gathering their former
students, Maj. Ware writes. "Person-
ally I feel this is a very worthwhile
project.
"Our best efforts to re-educate the
Japanese people in the ways of peace
and democracy depend to a great
extent upon these returned students,
who are exponents of our ways of
thinking and ideals. Closer contact
with them will be of benefit to our
overall effort."
Maj. Ware requested that Alumni
Asociation send him a list of Univer-
sity graduates who had given Tokyo
as their home address so that they
could be contacted.
Engmie Alumni
To Hear McMath
Dr. Robert R. McMath of the Mc-
Math-Hulbert Observatory and Prof.
Allen F. Sherzer of the Mechanical
Engineering Department of the Uni-
versity will be guest speakers at a
dinner meeting of the Michigan En-
gineering Alumni, classes of 1913 to
1917, to be held Friday in the En-
gineering Society of Detroit Club-
rooms in the Rackham Building.
These meetings are held for the
benefit of the large number of Michi-
gan Alumni in the metropolitan area
who are taking an active part in the
industrial and building activities of
greater Detroit.
Any alumnus not already notified
may contact the committee chair-
man, K. W. Collamore, at University
2-8402.
Former Teachers
Aid U..S. in Japani
Eleven former Japanese Language
School instructors of the University
are now doing work for the U. S.
Government in Japan.
These Japanese are in the Civil
Censorship Department of the U. S.
Army at General Headquarters,
Tokyo.
The Air Corps has also claimed
some University Japanese instruc-
tors; three have been called to
Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio.

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NEWS

H E L M E T-A. W. Marten-
sti of Berlin, N. J., inspects
the shiny helmet of the late Gen.
Georgc S. Patton, JTr., prcsented
to Virginia Military Institute by
Mrs. Patton.

U . S' M 1 L I T A R Y C E M E T E R Y -- Dedication ceremonies are held at an American
military cemetery near Athens, Greece. U. S. airmen are among those buried here.

P RiCI 0 U S - This valu-
able gray-furred chinchilla, with
15 others, arrived in California
by plane from a Yosemite Park
fur ; ranch. Stewardess Mavis'
Corkery holds it.

C H I N E S E R I V E R S C E N E - On the Pearl River in so'uthern China, half way between
Hong Kong and Canton, the LCM 226 passes a Chinese tug pulling a cargo junk against the current.
L. to r.: SI/C H Yenkala, armed guard, Pittsburgh; Ensign R. B. Weaver, Fillmore, N. Y.; SI/C 3. 0.
Phelps, Pittsburgh; MM3/C R. D. Tierney, Joliet. Ill., and F/C IW. G. Long, Ava, Mo.

ATTENTION MEMBERS
1P7'Il KAPPA SIGMA
Interested in' Local Chapter, please get in touch with
JOHN H. BENJAMIN
Phone 5887, 1314 Sheehan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
If Mr. Benjamin is not in when you call, please leave your
name and telephone number.

THE ODDS ARE
ALL IN YOUR FAVOR
When you're not quite sure alout
a telephone number and vou

wonder whether to call"Informa-
tion"-please remember: the
- odds are that the number you
- *.want is right there in the book.
In Michigan, 3 out of 5 calls to
"Infornution" are for numbers
listed in the Telephone Directory.
There are so many of these un.
necessary calls that answering
them adds up to more than 1,000
wasted hours of operator and
switchboard time every day.
You can help us to save tliat
time and give Better service on
the necessary calls if you'll co-
operate in these two simple ways:
Please look in the Directory be.
fore you call "In f ation."
2 If the number isn't rijted an

ESKIMOS FLY TO HOSPITAL-ThreeEskimos.
-brought to Halifax, N. S., for hospital treatment, stand in the
door of the plane which flew them to an RCAF station on their
1.000-mile journey from the Arctic. Left to right, Tommy Saunders,
Mrs. Jessie Ford. Joe Pachene and Dr. Harry W. Lewis of Ottawa,

M O D E L FIRE E N GIN E - Chief Thad Fife of the
Western Cartridge Co., East Alton, Ill., shows how he uses a,
model pumper and a miniature building, in which he can repro,
duce actual fire conditions, for training his men.

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