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Varied Vocal Selections To Be
Presented by Men's Glee Club
The Men's Varsity Glee Club will which will be heard at the concert
make its first public appearance of next week.
the season at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in Important Concert
a concert to be given in Hill Audi- This concert will be the first im-
torium. portant all-campus program present-
Included in the Glee Club's reper- ed by the Varsity Glee Club for sev-
toire are songs of every type from the eral years. During these years the
"Salve Regina" and other religious ranks of the Glee Club were constant-
and classical music to the barber- ly depleted because of the acute war-
shop variety, including the "Whif- time manpower shortage. During the
fenpoof Song." Also the Club has war years the average membership of
prepared its own renditions of all the the Club has been about 25 men and
familiar and some of the more un- its appearances have necessarily been
familiar Michigan songs, many of infrequent. The only Club activity
which was unaffected by the war was
the serenading of the sororities which
IRA Discusses has become a cherished Glee Club tra-
dition.
Br Last term the Glee Club, now 60
members strong, was concerned main-
ly with reorganization and the build-
W k rovisal, ing of a repertoire for future pro-
Week iroposa ;:i:Jsodiith~ro
grams and activities. Strengthened
by the return of many veterans, how-
Plans for a campus brotherhood ever, the Club did participate in sev-
week which will include lectures by eral programs throughout the semes-
prominent national figures were dis- tcr.
1ussed last night at an organizational Neard On Radio
meeting of the Inter-Racial Associa- The Glee Club's most recent ap-
lion. pearance was Dec. 19 at Lydia Men-
A special project committee was ap- delssohn Theater in a special Christ-
pointed to formulate these plans, with mas concert presented in conjunction
Eugene Sparrow as chairman. A list with the Women's Glee Club. It was
of speakers who will lecture at times also heard in a radio concert with the
throughout the coming semester was Women's Glee Club and the Univer-
also drawn up. sity String Orchestra. In addition,
Former Vice-President Sheldon the Glee Club renewed its acquain-
Selesnick was elected president and Lance with Serge Jaroff's famous Don
Elizabeth Moore vice-president. The Cossack Chorus in a party held fol-
resignation of William Hollway as lowing the Choral Union Series ap-
chairman of the educational commit- pearance of the Cossacks.
tee was also accepted. The Glee Club concert will be free
At the next meeting this coming and everyone on campus is invited to
week at which time there will be a attend.
speaker, the remainder of the officers
will be elected. A postcard drive has tie ri CI Q
been started in order to interest new el C
members. Officers
A...e Wi I Alte*nd Don Snyder, Frank Ruzicke and
Arthur Renner have been appointed
I7 .) president, vice-president and secre-
Prof. Shirley W. Allen of the School tary-treasurer respectively, of the
of Forestry and Conservation will at- Senior Class of the College of Engi-
tend a meeting of the School Camp neering.
Committee Friday at St. Mary's Lake Appointment of new officers was
near Battle Creek. necessitated by the transfer of two of
The committee, appointed by Eu- the officers elected last term who
gene B. Elliott, Superintendent of were members of the naval training
Public Instruction, will consider plans program. Only remaining officer of
and programs for promoting organ- those elected last term is Snyder, for-
ized camping in this area. merly secretary-treasurer.

Annual PAthel
Ball Petitions
Due Saturday
Positions Are Open to
All Eligible Women
Petitions for the annual Assembly-
Panhel Ball are due at noon Saturday
in the Assembly and Panhel boxes in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League, according to Helen Alpert
and Marion Johnson, Assembly and
Panhel presidents.
All eligible women including second
semester freshmen may petition for
the Ball's central committee posi-
tions. The positions are general
chairman, publicity, decorations,
music and programs, finance, tickets
and patrons. Independents and so-
rority women will share each chair-
manship, and joint centralcommit-
tee meetings will be held.
Coed-bid Dance
Assembly-Panhel Ball is the tradi-
tional coed-bid dance given each year
by unaffiliated and sorority women.
Last year's ball, "It's Your Lucky
Strike," featured Gene Krupa and his
band.
Interviewing for Assembly positions
will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. March
18, 20, 21 and 22 in the Assembly Of-
fice, Room D, on the third floor of
the League.
Candidates should sign for inter-
views when they turn in petitions.
Eligibility cards must be brought to
the interviews.
Panhel Interviewing
Interviewing for Panhel positionsj
will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday
and Wednesday in the League. If nec-
essary, coeds may sign for interviews
from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, March
23. Specific plans are to be included
in the petitions and a general dance
theme should be presented.
Mlinwwor kers Ask
For Heyal lh Pr ogr am
WASHINGTON, March 13-(/P)-
John L. Lewis' technicians presented
statistics today in support of a min-
ers' demand that bituminous coal
operators create a health and welfare
fund and raise the coal digger's pay.

First League
House Dance
To Be Held,
The fust League House dance of
the semester will be held from 2 to 5
p.m. Saturday in the League Ball-
room with coeds from Zones IVV. IX
and X acting as hostesses.
The dance will be open to all menl
on campus, and a special invitation{
has been extended to veterans. Danc-
ing will be to juke box music and a
coke bar will provide refreshment for
the dancers. Patrons will be the
housemothers of these zones.
Only women from the specified
zones may attend the mixer dance;
tickets may be obtained through
house presidents. There will be no
admission requirements for men.
The purpose of the series of League
House dances to be presented this
spring is to provide opportunity for
wxomen residents of League Houses
and men students to meet one an-
other. The dances will correspond to
dorm and sorority open houses.
EaithIusias in
GireetS M YDA
Franco Fi ahl
"Increased enthusiasm coupled
with a record-breaking attendance at
the MYDA meeting greatly encour-
aged members and other students to
continue our fight against Franco,"
Mat Chernotsky, newly-elected MYDA
president said yesterday.
Latest news reports revealing that
the U. S. has rejected a proposal to
submit the Franco question to the
UNO, and that Franco has received
Allied permission to transport muni-
tion supplies through Italy, will be
the basis of a protest to be submitted
to Secretary of State Byrnes by a
MYDA delegation to Washington if
the rally is supported by a large part
of the student body, Miss Chernotsky
said.
Expecting to draw 1000 students at
the culmination of the campaign,
MYDA, she added, plans to schedule
lectures by Harold Ickes and Howard
Fast, authoir of "Freedom Road."

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Dr. TrueblooI
Decries Rising Cainp tis highlights
Aineriii IOciav
- !today in Rm. 305 of the Union. The
Amiierica I,collino (M leture is open to the public.
A get -acquainted mixer for all Mexican students will be guests
Alost Itaed ItlNation ^ " ""of honor at the International Cen-
n duate students on campus wl
"Inner decay precede outer d be held at 8 pm. tomorrow at the ter tea at 4:3 p.m. today. Mrs.
aster'' was ihe Iheme siressed by Dr. limckliamnBuiilding under the po- Robert hall will be hostess.
D. Elton Trueblood, foiner Professor soishiP of the Graduate Student. A public discussion of current
of Religion at Leland-Stanford Uni- Coeil events will lbe featired at the All-
versity, in his lecture yesterday on Movies on "People of China Nations Club meeting atn 715 p.m. to-
"The Predicament of Modern Man." Back to Normal" and Mexico City" day in the International Center.
X
He noted that in the curren inter- will be shown at 8 p.m. in the anmphi-
national crisis Amer ica is more to Iheat er. The lecture hall will be used Opith. House , . .
blame than Russia. "Deiuded by the for dancing and refreshments will be
surface illusions of security and served in the conference room. Blanca All veterans and other male stu-
power, the land of the most motor Alavarez, chairman of the mixer, em- dents are invited by the girls of
cars, ships, gold. schools. food. and phasized that all graduate students White house to celebrate at a
Atomic Bombs is showing itself un- are welcome to the mixer. "'Ray For Friday" party from
willing to tighten its belt to help the . . 8 p.m. to midnight Friday at 1617
rest of the world and is fast becoming .. , Washtenaw.
the most hated nation on earth." l N gi, S)II-itu(al (Gr1 j . . .
Dr. Trueblood will shortly leave for
Germany to work with the American , It' Dunbar Singers, directed by it,(,it z L ,,;i t ,rou ,...
Friends Service Committee and ex- Fi's. V. W. Ellis will he featured at
pects to find th'ere a greater hope for the Sunday program of the Inter- Avuka , the student Zionist organi-
life than exists in America. Whlei national Center at 7:30 p.m. in Rm. zat ion, will hold its first meeting of
stressing the necessity of a mioral and I 31'oftheUnion the Spring Term at 8 pan, today at
religious revival, he said that war has Negro spirituals ill be presented This wil be a purely business meet-
forced the German peoile to recog- b tsoloists, octets, and a chorus,
nine their errors, while Americans and refreshnments will be served at ni.
have failed to match their superb 8 p.m. in the International (enter.
technology with a moral or spiritual "' " tCre,,c ci(lu ,i IATrtie . .
power to control it.
- 'i11.iq~ Coin1i ( ""ll"""""ec - . . Prof. William McLaughlin of the
Romance language department will
ni ' I 1'[here will be a meeting of the Me- lecture on "Caen, 'ity of Art, Mar-
i-Tutorial Committee at 5 p.m. today ty red City" at 4:10 p.m. today in
in the League. Rm. 1) Aumni Memorial Hall.
Sei i-i 1itta All women interested in this com- The lecture will be illustrated by
mitee are urged to attend the meet- slides loaned by the Department of
ig. It is a good (hance for (oeds to Fine Arts, which will show about
get started in League activities+ six buildings of the city as they
Tutors are still needed in all sub- stood before the past war,
All men interested in oining the jects especially math, philosophy, Tickets for this lecture and for
staff of the Union are invited to at- chemistry, and physics. A women is the remainder of the lectures may
tend tie semi-annual Staff Banquet eligible to tutor if she has received an be procured from Rm. 112, Ro-
at 12:30 p.m. Saturday in ,ie Union. A in the subject, or a B if it is her mance Language Building or at the
Functions of the Union's organiza- major. Tutors are paid seventy-five door.
tion will be explained, and activities cents an hol'.
and plans for the future will be out-
lined .1tthtimbanquet.17Alw d eth:i
Any man who can satisfy the Uni- Youih, Ilosiel ..
vei'sity eligibility rules may sign tipl WAA Board m'eeting will be held at
with the Union Ai. Men it erested Scott Colburn will lead this 5 p.m. today at WAB. All members
may register this week in the student week's foilk dance session sponsored are urged to attend.
offices of the Union. Veterans with by the American Youth Hostel - -
experience in special service units group at 7:30 p.m. today inLane I(! IIv suig;tten.
are especially needed. Mall.
The Union, through its campus at-
fairs committee, offers an outlet to Friend s Cwn i.i >jil
men interested in campus politics. Its Recommending that Attorney Gen-
social committee is already planning Miss Margaret Townsend, Youth eral John R. Dethmers' report be
for two activities this semester, a Secretary of the American Friends referred to the sheriff's department,
Spring formal and the second annual Servie Committee, will speak to the theshriff' departmn,
the secia Boad ofSupervisors'
Hlhzapoppin' dance. Baptist Guild about summer seicne Committee eilca or placed further ofSpistiga
I pitGil lue the hands of tat office.
The move followed a recent debate
(irl Rfese,'v> d(visers , . in which legal counsel was sought by
Class N embers the committee. Objections were
The YWCA will conduct the first raised to such interference By 'those
meeting of the training program who believed the committee would be
Lt clII'tu'S 011 J Il l11lI from 2 to 4 p.m. today for all coeds avoiding its responsibility by drop-
interested in becoming advisers for ping the matter now.
1Iei'reW 'It Be GCIvell the Girl Reserves, an organization -
Enrollment for two series of clsses of high school and junior high WELCOME STUDENTS!!
at the Hillel Foundation will be open school girls. .Our new elarged staff of seven
today and tomorrow. Coeds will be taught to supervise highly trained barbers are at your
Arrangemerits to register in one of the outside activities and help plan servic. No waiting. We invite all
the three Hebrew classes given at the parties for the Girl Reserves. Anyt onsorial queries.
foundation or in the lecture series, woman who would like to join this THE DASCOLA BARBERS
"Judaism in Transit," presented by program should contact Miss Between State & Michigan Theatres
Rabbi Judah M. Cohen, can be made Juanita Hartman at 22581, before
by phoning the foundation, attending the meeiing.
The foundation offers classes in * * *1YPEWiTERS
elementary, intermediate and conver- IBought, Rented
sational Hebrew. Enrollment is made Laitt ifiol Qierdei a Repaired
STUDENT and
on the basis of background knowledge Dr. Chandrasekhar of East and OFFICE SUPPLIES
of the language. The classes will West Association, New York City, will *. i. ioRn H .
meet at tines which will be deter- speak on India at a moetin of the 314 . State St. Phone 7177
mind fr he oii(2iuince(i thirHindustan Association at 7:30 p.,
members.
The lecture course will consist of -
five classes meeting at 7:45 p.m.
Mondays at ie founat ioi Four lec-
tures were given on ithe Iopic last
term. The first lss will meet this
MondayDS TO A

Mls Silioker
Sponsored by llta Si'ma 1 pro -
fessional business fraternity, a simoker
for all men in the School of Bus'iness
Administration will be held at 8 pan.m. R ERS tINGLY new
today in Rm. 316 of the Union.
Prof. Dudley M. Phelps, who re-
cently returned to the University 1bouses - 3LOSSOM oul
after serving with tihe State.Depart-
ment as a deputy representative on thlis spring in one of our
the Allied Commission on Reparations
will be the speaker for the evening.
His address is entitled "The Paris many y -catching
conference on Reparations." During
his absence from the University Prof. Y style,
Phelps also served on the Inter-Allied
Reparation Aegney.
11All rien now in pre-business ad-
ministration are also invited to t -
smnrokei'.
iraiio T " JIJIN E GRIEY
With approximately 300 sttue
al'ady'ndl "ornit" t 1121 sOum hU IVIASY AyNti
register for fraternity rushing this se-
mnester will be from 3 to 5 p.m. today
in the"student office' of the Union.__

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ternational Center on Thursdays,
from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. are open to
all foreign students and their Ameri-
can friends.
The American Veterans Committee
will hold a meeting tonight at 7:30
in the Michigan Union. Nomination
of officers for the coming term, se-
lection of a representative to the area
council and AVC, and discussion and
ratification of the local chapter's con-
stitution are some of the topics on the
agenda.
The Modern Poetry Club will meet
for the first time this semester to-
night at 7:30 in Room 3231 Angell
Hall. Dr. Morris Greenhut will lead a
discussion on T. S. Eliot's Wasteland.
All eligible undergraduates women
interested in working on the Michigan
League Merit-Tutorial Committee
this semester will meet today at 5:00
p.m. in the League.
Ilindustan Association: Dr. Chian-
drasekhar of "East and West Associa-
tion," New York, will speak on India,
in Room 305, Michigan Union, to-
night, at 7:30.
All are cordially invited.
A rehearsal of the Russian Play will
take place tonight at 8:00 p.m. in
Room 2215 A.H. All members of the
cast must be present and must bring
eligibility cards.
Coming Events
The Research Club will meet on
Wednesday, February 20, at eight
o'clock in the evening in the Amphi-

theatre of the Rackham Building.
The following papers will be present-
ed: "Comparative Law," by Dr.
Ernest Rabel, and "Origin and Dis-
persal of the Fishes of the Great
Lakes," by Professor Karl F. Lagler.
The Graduate Outing Club is plan-
ning a hike on Sunday, March 17.
Those interested should pay the sup-
per fee at the checkroom desk in the
Rackham Building before Saturday
noon. Hikers will meet at 2:45 p.m.
on Sunday in the Outing Club rooms
in the Rackham Building. Use north-
west entrance.
Sigma Xi will meet in the Natural
Science Auditorium on Friday eve-
ning, March 15, beginning at 8
o'clock. The speaker will be Dr. Wil-
liam Rowan, Professor of Zoology in
the University of Alberta. His sub-
ject, "The Future of Humanity, from
the Viewpoint of a Biologist." The
public is invited.
Kappa Sigma Fraternity members
now on campus are invited to meet in
the Men's Lounge of the Michigan
Union at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday,
March 16. This will be a get-together
to organize for the re-establishment
of Alpha Zeta Chapter on campus.
For further information contact Wil-
liam Caruthers, phone 9114.
Wesleyan Guild will hold a St. Pat-
rick's Day Record Dance and Party
in the Guild Lounge Friday night,
March 15, from 8:30-12:00. The ad-
mittance to the Lounge will be either
a record to supplement the oldish
supply on hand, or a small fee to en-
able us to buy records. In addition to
the dance, there will be games and re-
freshments.

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