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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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KELLOGG INSTITUTE:
A cadelmy of Periodontology
To Hold Stxth Study Session

The American Academy of Perio-
dontology will hold its sixth post-
graduate study session from Mon-
day to Wednesday in the Dental
Building.
Sponsored by the W. K. Kello g
Foundation Institute, the three-day
session will feature addresses by rep-
resentatives of various universities
and other institutions U hiughout the
country.
Speakers for the program, which
Margaret Wardle
To Present Recital
Margaret Wardle, harpist, will pre-
sent a recital at 8:30 p.m. Sunday in
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Miss Wardle came to the Univer-
sity. from Towa State Teachers Col-
lege and is studying with Lynne
Palmer here. She is a member of Mu
Phi Epsilon, music honorary society.

will begin with registration at 9 a.m.
Monday at the Kellogg Foundation,
will include Dr. Theodor Rosebury of
Columbia University, New York; Dr.
Dorothea Radusch, University of
Minnesota; Dr. R. Gordon Agnew,
West China Union University; Dr.
Charles IL Best, of Banting Insti-
tute, Toronto; Dr. Smith Freeman,
Northwestern University; Charles H.
Gerould; and Dr. Maurice H. Seevers,
professor of pharmacology at the
University.
Among the topics to be considered
at the meetings are: "Food in Rela-
tion to Dental Health," "Effects of
Starvation Diets on Mouth Condi-
tions." "Recent Advances in Chemo-
therapy," "Progress and Problems in
Diabetic Therapy" in relation to den-
tal diseases, and "The Effect of Im-
paired Digestion upon Health and
Nutrition."
The meetings will be concluded
with a tour of the Kellogg Founda-
tion Institute.

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Highliohts
On (Cnitms
Educator TVill Talk .. .
Prof. Howard Y. McClusky, of the
education school, will speak at the
opening of the Midwestern Federa-
tion of Campus Co-operatives con-
vention at 8:15 p.m. today at Muriel
Lester Co-operative House.
Addressing co-operative members
representing colleges in Michigan, In-
diana, Illinois, and Ohio, Prof. Mc-
Clusky will discuss "The EdUtica
tional Role of Co-operatives."
Guild Scavenger Hunt ...
Members of the Westminster
Guild will meet at 8:30 p.m. today
in the social hall of the Presby-
terian church for a scavenger hunt.
Prizes will be awarded and sur-
prise refreshments will be served
after the hunt. There will be danc-
ing and games.
A treasurehunt will be held in
the social hall in case of rain.
Nowack To Speak .. .
State Senator Stanley Nowack will
speak on "Poland Challenges Rac-
ism" at the weekly Fireside Discus-
sion after sabbath eve services to-
night at the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun-
dation.
Recently a member of a group
which investigated conditions in Po-
land, Senator Nowack will tell the
"inside" story of the success of Po-
land's democratization program. He
will also explain the forces and rea-
sons behind recent anti-Semitic out-
breaks in that country.
Regular sabbath eve services, start-
ing at 7:45 p.m., will precede the talk.
A social hour will follow the discus-
sion.
SRA Coffee Hour ...
Prof. Palmer Christian of the
School of Music will be the guest of
honor at the Student Religious
Association coffee hour from 4:30
to 6 p.m. today at Lane 1a3l.
Children's Rhythms . ..
Demonstrations of children's
rhythms will be given at 4 p.m. today
in Barbour Gym.
Ann Goldin, a teacher in Roosevelt
School in Detroit, will demonstrate
with children from the second grade
of Angell School and the fifth and
sixth grades of Bach School.
Guild Variety Show .
A Variety Show will be held by
the Roger Williams Guild at 8:30
p.m. today in the Guild House.
Harold Carver, master of cere-
monies, said that there will be
prizes for the best and corniest
acts.
Women's Glee Club ...
The Women's Glee Club will meet
at 4 p.m. today in Burton Tower. The
room number will be posted.
Canterbury Club Tea .. .
The Canterbury Club will hold
open house from 4 to 6 p.m. today
in the Student Center.
Lane Hall Luncheon ...
Bill Morris will discuss "Fieldwork
in College Education," by H. M. Lyns,
at the Lane Hall Saturday Luncheon
at noon tomorrow in Lane Hall.
Reservations for the luncheon must
be made before 10 a.m. tomorrow.
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Price Will Play
(:-ilkni Musie
Before Festival
Carillon concerts will be presented
before the May Festival programs
again this year, Sidney Giles said yes-
terday.
Percival Price, the regular carillon-
eur, is expected to return from Eur-
ope May 1 and will probably play the
concerts. However, if he is delayed
they will be played by Mr. Giles who
has been substituting for Mr. Price
while he is on his trip.
The concerts are a traditional fea-
ture of the Festival programs, being
played one-half hour before each
concert begins. Mr. Giles also an-
nounced tentative plans for Thurs-
day afternoon and Sunday evening
concerts before the opening of the
festival.
Play Tickets
To Go on Sale
Tickets for "Les Femmes Savan-
tes," the 40th play to be presented by
Le Cercle Francais in as many years,
will go on sale at 2 p.m. Monday in
the box office of the Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre.
"Les Femmes Savantes," never be-
fore produced here, is the 11th play
of Moliere's to be given by the club.
Committees for the play, which will
be presented May 1, are as follows:
Posters: Kate Hearst and Sally
Cartmell; make-up: Byron Mitchell
and Birginia Petrouleas; electricians:
Blanche Sanders, Betty Churchill and
Bernard Schiffman.
"(1' Songs Recorded
The first in a series of recordings
of well-known Michigan songs were
made Wednesday night in Hill Audi-
torium by the University Glee Club
under the sponsorship of the Alumni
Association.
Plans to sell approximately 3,000
albums of the completed series at the
forthcoming Victory Reunion are now
being made. Arrangements are also
being made to distribute the albums
to the various alumni groups through-
out the country.
The completed series will include
recordings by both the Glee Club
and the University Band. The re-
mainder of the records will be made
tomorrow.

Tutorial service sposoedbythe
Union for those studen!t deficientt ini
their school work is now a va.6iable by
applying at the Student Of fices inl
the Union.
Students who are interested in do-
ing tutoring work may also apply at

the : t3t inI(()lficcs. A tandard pay
rte ha),been set forll 11tutoring . Ili
orderto qualify fui tutoring a student
must have a final grade of 'A," unless
that subject is in his field of concen-
tration, in which case a "B" is suf-
ficient.

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