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ZiNEisTAY. MARCH 1 T 3; Ir

Dr. Gale Deems Foreign Student
Admittat-ice Policy Sati fei otrv
I'r& , c l Plii Van.ii~Sa~~Iuy1~x
4VIt.im'i Jilvrily sliird~s

Cu',-,oj-(Nrc I9 '4 Cook lieclures

tiroa dway Producer T o Relate
iiiisenesOf Theatre Fridtay

level generally, too of ten students not
properly qualified, especially in Eng-
lish, managed to gain admittance.
Plan Successful
"The University of Michigan," Dr.
Gale said, "has with moderate suc-
cess admitted foreign students after
examining credentials submitted di-
rectly by them, and we feel itwni
be di fficult to (deviseP a beteter syst('ni

Edward Samnuel Corwxin. McCor-
mick professor of jurisprudence a t
Princeton University, will 4c thei '
This is the secondilln Ithe seriesId
Wliani 11W. Cook! Lec tileo,; held a, n-
iildally1o1 h enpts
i's]lhtlelm 1 iz ]Vo fa

I ii'Ifll o ' Huliam-;( fh V 4'Ijtl iig.
at 4: l,) .Iri nedythrough'
Friday in the Rackham Amphithea-
tre. 'The subjects for these lectures'
wsll be: Tuesday), "The Impact of
Tot l fWar; on !;(ve rnmnent Powver"*;
Wednesday :C, *'Thlei Impact of Totail
Wax oUl (: ,I1 Is l it tO Iljal 1Rig'hts'' ;
'I'Itar ;tlav . '''lot aPctf'eaeeand tOw Coll-
xxtar C.oist itlI oll.''

xx ili wasrirted and t 1 'iadoxx i'i
11 tat Un ix ersitycof M in Ag an a liun
Until 1his (ilatf in 19"30 Al.%('owk

JO t;~x.' li't'I t Iaii1:111ol1tr,xii
I 'rida ; in Iliii IAnd itoritittm
Aln 051 1 ln'eatre1-bredf.Muiti'
iiitereh in the stage began at tHie age
of AMgh when lhe was given a toy'
playh)ouse. Dspoitdil Otefail -
me o tf a reper tory t healti'e he had
btnt d Mc-Clintit' 1>ersuadi~ed his 1pal'-
enkt K tosend 1M i " to11 teA :t'adey tO'f
I )iaiioal it Arts iti New ,York.:

ItV t , ou'k .Ittrx il l a I litl e u iijuY t I uIt udl
[?ot" d!a:; director, he me1tt hit;futulre
wife. Kather ine Cornell. whose dra-
mratic successes he has diirected ev'er
since. The most recent, "Antigone,"'
opened on Broadway thre eesago.
1' Mltiis almo respoibtile for the
intoulction Ito the AmerIIic:n stge)of
siu'tlt at'ttur aI MuceEa ns II t~ ' I, EmfIIIyn
W 1;1iflli t lt1(1 Irian lAlwui'ite

ON iOf CA I'l 1-10 1,S

I1VD., I)\, {1 1 3 U11.0() MiIt (, h t Trio 2:00 News
t .,_-_ 1'5_)L-n"Rok fi r 7- n

The Veterans Organization will
pr'Ceent the "Feather Merchant's
Ball," a semi-formal all-campus,
(lance, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
March 29, al; the Intramural Build-
The music of Ray Anthony, an ex-'
Navy band leader who is currently
playing an extended engagement in
'St. Louis, will be featured at the
dance. Anthony formerly played the
trumpet for Al Donahue, Jimmy Dor-
sey, and Glen Miller, and appeared
1with the latter in the picture, "Sun
SValley Serenade."
MUSIW Workers .
t An appeal for volunteers for
work on the Michigan Union Stu-
dent Book Exchange has been is-
sued by Nancy Tressel, League per-
sonnel chairman who is working on
the project. Women are needed
especially to addres~s postcards.
'Victlory .IRuatiniwi.
7 Carl Litzenberg will present plans
rfor the Victory Reunion to the Ex-
ecutive Committee of the Alumni
Association Board of Directors at
7:15 p.m. today in the Regents
IrRoom of Angell Hall.
e Litzenberg is chairman of the
general committee in charge of the
freunion which will be held June 20
to 22.
Mixer Friday.,.
r The Graduate Student Council
will sponsor a get acquainted mixer
Ifor graduate students on campus, at
e8 p.m. Friday in the Rackham.
I Building, Blanca Alvarez, chairman
*for the mixer announced.
Movies will be shown in the am-
Iphitheater. Three reels, People of
iChina, Mexico City, and Back to
Normal will be shown. Records will
Iprovide music for dancing in the
slecture hall and refreshments will
fbe served in the conference rooms.
Glee Club Today..#
The Women's Glee Club will hold
its first meeting of the term at 7:30
p.m. today in the League and all new
and former members are urged to at-
Fred Matthaei, president of the
Interfraternity Council, has an-
nounced that there will be a meet-
ing of all fraternity house presi-
dents at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the
IFC offices in the Union.
Talk onflrazil..
Sra. Ambrosina Marie Samnpaio will1
speak on "Some Aspects of Brazilian
Literature" at 8 p.m. today in Kellogg

Auditorium before La Soeiedad His-
'pa nica.
"Tickets for' the lietur'e may be ipro-
cured from, R~m. 112 Romnane ,Lan-I
guage Bhtildhirlg or tat 1tle door.
Lhean Venn . cettoth
D a W el I. B n et of t e College of Architectu r'e and D~esigni, c
will attend a meeting of' the Na-
tional Public Housing' Conference1
in New York City, March 14-16.
He will attend the forums and
discussions as a 'representative of'
the University and the architecture
school, at Hlotel New Yorker. OtherE
participants at the three-day 'oin-I
ference on housing will consist' of
representatives ill the fields to1'
building'.g'overnmient andl labor.
An Interlochen music camp motion
picture will be shown at £i p.m. today
in the Sarah Caswell AngelHall at
Barbour Gymnasium.
Presented for the Physical Eduti(a-
tion Club, the film will be openl to thelie
Talk Ot. Iron
Prof. Richard Schneidewind will
present a talk on permanent mould
iron at a meeting of U.S.M.E., 7:30
p.m. next Wednesday at the Michi-
gan Union.

This type of work is original with
Prof. S('hreidewind. IHis presen -
t.Ationa will Ihe the same delivered to
ti:e A.8.'l.M. at its recent meeting-.
K eeler 1I441 c led ".
Prof. Huge E. Heeler' of the Depart-
ment of Mechanical Engineering was
elected temporary se('ond vice-presi-
dent of the Michigan Society of Pro-
fessional Engineers at a meeting of
that organization March 6.
Other temporary officers were
elected and committees were appoint -
ed at tis meeting.
'I'he firs t, meeting Of the ~Semester
of the c('oteication, group of I'a,
Soeiediad Hlispanica will be held to-
mirwat 4 p.m. in the Michigan
Nwstudents especially are in-
vit(Adfto jartiejita. Any other stu-
dents, not neecessarily ('lul) tnemlbeu's
I are also invited.
IA meeting for all women interested
in 'working on Merit-tutorial commit-
tee of the League will be held at 5
p.mn. tc m.orrow in the League. An-
onou rt'mnt, of the room to be used
f, ill :e, on the builletin board in the

7:.05- Si-e plitd Serenade
8:00 -Ne,(w"s-
1315 "Wake Up fand hivxe
8:25 CasisIni M tisit'
8::0 ;3t) ) wt P(. ] N~'t 'l ii
'I ira 11ce
1(0:30-Broadway Melodies
10:40--Community Calendar
it0:95-Waitz. Time

ist en
11::;0--CIty Charter, Inc.
11 :45 Pferslii Folk lore
11i50 Popu1nlla MuI(
11:55-- llt ll l Mart :l
12,~0-N( ws
12 :1) J ; C(iwf'ordi
1 '0(1 Newts
1:0S Siloit Mjusic
1:10--Victourious Living
1 :15--Waslitenaw County
Health Department
1:25--Flashes From Life
1:30-This Rhythmic Age
'1:45-Jerry Sears

2.W) M 1,1y oni ~i a
3:00- New.;
3:05--Jack Connier T7rioi
3:15 - Uivtrsity of
:3:30- ft's A liili
340 1 It Actually iHappi tetd
1 .05 -N{ews1I- l;Il'1i
0 :00 Nt,%,s
5:0.',Rainboxw T;,lo
t:0--Jntk .Snith Pre.s'iitc
5:15 --Myshtery Meklodi
5 :34-- Ulittie Show
5:45-Salon Mus %Iit
6 :00--News;
6:15"--Along lthe Sportsa

. to discu's'war
Give to the ed "tICt*oss


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for your rugged
outdoor life . ..
nothing like slacks to keep chills
away and dress you perfectly
for any outdoor fun come spring
..warm all wool grey
flannel . . . brown or navy
paort wool gabardinec.
5.95 to 10.95.


C.AS1'S I H El)D
$ .40 per 15-word nsei'tion for
one or two days t. (In-
crease of 10c for each
adlditionlal five words.)
$1.00 per 15-word insertion for
three or moire days. (In-
crease of 25c for each
additional five words.)
Contract Rates on Request

MIDWAY Bficycle Shop, 322 E. Lb
cib ty. We have rrebuilt used biker
for al. Dou ike can be expertly
re p:aired lsoc.
reta ry available for evening work.
Marf'aret McKay, 2-5268.
IT,r Parker 51, dark green barrel
silver cap.. Name on barrel. Re-
waid. Contact S. H3. Gross, Law1
S Club.

IOST: Parker 51 pen. Gold top, blue"
ROOM ND B}AR barrel, Saturday A.M., campus vi-
ROOM AN BORciiy 8891. Mr. Reese. Rewar'd.
MEALS: For girls. Splendid homej LOST: Black and gray striped Sheaf-
cooked meals at League House, 604 fer pen. Lost Mar. 6. Call Annette
E. Madison. Phone 4489. I Anderson 2-2591.
HOME COOKED MEALS: Reason- LOST: Yester-day, dark brown wal-

able weekly ratses. Private r'esidence
close to camels. Call 7595.

let. Finder may keep money but
returnvv wal1let.("Conl 'tct;: Donald-

Sheldon. 1811 Washtenaw, phone:
HELP WANTED 1 2-6313.
1HE LP WANTED: Part or full time. ^ MISCELLANEOUS
excellent hirs., top pay. Withiam 11 - ___________
Drug Store, corner Forest and S. HILDEGARDE SHOP
University.-.: ld DRESSMAKING, Tailoring, Altera-
----- -_-----_-____ -_ .-. _ ___- I ions, Drapes and Slipcovers; expertI
HELP WANTED: Youngld to work workmanship. Telephone 2-4669.1
at soda fountain. Part or full time. 116 East Huron.
Swift's Drug Store. 340 S. State.
Phone 3534. THETA XI's: All Theta Xi's on camn-

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days ... assorted colorful plaids and
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r - The Messrs,. Shubert present
~ .~. .' uiA te faous .1,0 z1k~ hou
Main Floor Seats Still Available at Box Office

IWANTED: Three waiters to work for
board at fraternit y house. Prefer-
Iably without 11 o'clock classes. Call;
WANTED: Men students to work f or
board in fraternity. Call 43 79 at

pus are inivited to a meeting at the
jUnion in Room 321, Wednesday,
iiMarch 13, at 7:30 P.M.
for summer and fall terms in pro-
gressive co-op house. Get acquaint-
ed by boarding with us now. Ask
for Zip Kiski. 912 Monroe St.


noon or in the evening. --- - - --- -- -
_______.__- _ -_.'r1FOR SALE
TYPEWRITERS bought, sold, rented, -_--------- ________
repaired. Work guaranteed. Two FOR SALE: Practically set of Har-
days service. Office Equipment Co. yard Classics. Half price. Call
111 S. 4th St., Phone 2-1213. 2 -6468.

Continuous from 3 P.M.
A~. t,®I r14'Y'r~s& f~j

Arrivitng flaily
at present out of stock are coming in every day.
So don't stop looking for Textbooks

white leather flates
byconnie . .. for that crisp
clean springtime look . .. comfy
lo-to-the-ground "sabot" strap sandals
on scooped wedge leather soles..
smart with dresses, slacks,
play clothes ... 55



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