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March 19, 1947 - Image 6

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'The Roger Williams Guild will
hold a Mct-We% (Chat ad He
freshnit Holur fromi 4 Ito 5:3
p.l tday at (,he tTui d lo:e.
The Weseyan Guild will have
a Refresher fromt 4 to 6 p.m. t-
day in the Guild Lounge.
Following a potluck supper
to be held at 6 p.m., the Cell
Groups will meet. There will be
Fireside Vespers at 8:15 p.m.
Spanish. Lecture..
Prof. Frederico Sanchez will
speak on the Spanish play, "Fuen-
teovejuna, Fuente de nspiracon
Revolucionara" at 11 p. today
in Rm. D of Alumni Meoial fal
under the spor ofltih1 il If a So-
ciedad Ilispiaiica.
Forestry Cub ..
Kodachrome mides on "For-
estry in Jahpan" will be showni
at the Forestry Club mneeting,
at 7:30 p.m. today in lrm. 202,
Natural Science Butild ing. 1
Music Recital I..
Marian Struble Freeman, guest
violinist, and Prof. John Kollen.
of the music school, lpianilS,i xil
prui't a proranio three coll-
trasting snatas at 8:30 pm. to-
day at Lydia Mendelssohn 'Ii i-
TIhe l)roPI 8)-m will w, aii I (I
the pul~tiic.
,speech (Contest.l
Preliminarie in the Patrik
Henry speechi cotest will bea
held at 5 p.m. tomorr'ow in lrn.
->42013 Angel Hall.
Thle contet, which i s base
on the topic i'"atrick H ery
Statesman <nr a 14 .itrrit" has twoi
divisions, freshmani - sop hotuore
and junior senior. The winner~
in each ivioim will receive a 50
dollar War Bond ant] will be
eligible to enter regional and
stational contests.
Faculty-student 'sea . ,.
A faculty-student tea, honor ig
Members of the French depart-
ment, will be held from 3:30 to
4 :30 p.m. tororrmw in the Rus-
sia~n Tea Roonm o the League.
Chum aDLilctIs
political unity in China depends
in part upon her solution of the
language problem, John DeFran -
cis, former chief of the OSS China
Political Section, said yesterday in
a lecture at the University.
Speaking under the sponsorship
of the department of oriental lan-
guages, DeFrancis said that "he
various dialects of China, if re-
duced to a Roman alphabet such
as is used in America, would
emerge as at least six distinct an-
Trracinig the growlth of a lan
'guage reform movement o' the
'30's, DeFrancis said tat the Rus-
sians were able to latinize the Ci-
nese language in Siberia, reducing
illiteracy in those areas. Later
this reform spread to a small ex-
tent into China, he said.
De Francis predicted that when
the Civil War is settled, conserva-
tive elements in the country will
force a nation-wide attempt to

teach all the people to read and
write the traditional charrIeter

'lie tea is open to alt ,,Cidf.*lt:}
Prof, Pi''5;ti XW, Slossori will
'S'Ii: .10 lJO (lI itilat iofl ii
paee:iid rmkey at oalueetuiiw
)f Americeans for' Democratic Ac-
.ion at' 7 :30 pm. tomorrow in the
Aims. principles, and program
f ADA, which was formed early
in the semester, will be described
3y Bob Horton, president of the
organ izati on.
Iloii-iste'el IToG e
Anniversary Talk
Riegent Roscoe 0. Bonisteel will
speak at a celebration in honor of
the 11 0tht anniversary of the
fouinding of the University to be
held at 6:30 p.m. today in the
Union by the University of Michi-
gan Club of -Ann Arbor.
The occa ion is one of more
thian 100 meetings to be held this
week by University of Michigan
(chiib.- throughout the world. Geo-
rge J. Burke, Ann Arbor attorney,
will act as toastmaster and the
fUniversity Band will play.
'The annual dinner will be pre-
ceded by a reception to he held at
C'o f'M'W(Clubin Capital

Play Director
To Gilve Talk
I !mvalr- ilUIWeb stel (11 Pt Iiigil'.Iud
as the #greatest (hiector of Sae
Ipearealldl tnia today, will speak
on "The Adventure of Actn,"a
8:30 p.mi. Saturdaliy in Bill Atidj-
toliIn lutldr the [tivpie, ;of tllf"
Or-atio-ical Ass(cia IC10on.
Miss Webster, who is also tin
actres:s of note, will discuss what
the actor's art means and has
meant in the heritage of the Eng-
lish-speaking peoples. She will il-
lustrate her talk by giving ex-
cerpts from. the great, plays of
the past 300 years.
Some of Miss Webster-'s famous
t'oles are Mary Magdalen in "Fam-
ily Portrait," Masha in "The Sea
Gull," Andromache in "The Tro-
jan Women" and Lady Macbeth.
She has dir'ected such outstand-
ing star's as Maurice Evans, Helen
]Hayes, Judith Anderson and Paul
Robe son.
7n addition to her' wor'k as dh'ec-
tor' and actress, Miss Webster is
a popular' lecturer and the author
of the beast -seller "Shakespeare
Without Tears."
Single admission tickets for the
lecture will be on sale from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. and 2 to 5 p.m. Friday
and until 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the
Hill Auditorium box office.
Art Museum Displays
Russian. Painter's Work
Oil and water color- panntings by
Ben-Zion, Russian -born expres -
sionistic artist, are now on exhi-
bition at the Mutseumn of Art.






B L D C K 0 N A N C I E N T R 0 A D - Royal Irish Fusiliers block traffic on- the r'oad from
Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in a search of vehicles for members of the .ivli i)itnderround.,

C U TT ING SW I SS I C E .. Miss Gretchen Merrill,
1946 American figure skating champion, cuts a pretty figure as
she glides across the ice at St. Moritz, Switzerland's famous witer
resort, in an exhibition.

Presden Alxaner . Rth- Born in the Ukraine in 1897
Pm'eidet Aexaner . Rth-Ben-Zion studied Hebrew letters
ven left Ann Arbor yesterday for and wrote poetry and children's
Washington, D.C. fables for a time.
He will address the University He began to paint seriously in
of Michigan Club in the nation's 1932 and became a United States
capital on Friday in honor of the citizen in 1936.
110th anniversary of the Uiniver- The current exhibit will last
City 's establishment, through April 2.

Election. Riles
The following rules, established by the election committee of
the Student Legislature, will govern the campus elections today and
1. No campaigning will be allowed within 50 feet of the ballot
box. (Campaigning is defined by the Men's Judiciary Council as any
attempt to influence the decision of qualified voters.)
2. No distribution of printed matter concerning the election
will be allowed within the area bounded by S. University, N. Uni-
veisity, E. University, and S. State streets.
3. Each voter will number his choices of candidates consecu-
tively on the ballot. Under the Hare system of Proportional Rep-
iresentation, hie can vote for' as many candidates as lie (lesire ' but
ne'ed not vote for more than one.
4. Each voter raust present his own i deltif1('altiulin(ca r. Voting
by pi oxy will not be allowed.
5. Votingi booths will be in the lobby of Angell Hall, in the En-
gineering Arch and in front of Alumni Hall.
6. A representative fro~m the League, a mnember o1 Alpha Phi
Omega, and a Stuident Legislator will be present at each polling
place at all times.
7. A ballot will be !given to each voter as he enters the election
booth. After filling out his' ballot within the enclosed area, the
voter will present his folded ballot anid his Identification Card at
the ballot box. His IDA card will be punched by attendant and his
ballot will be stamped and placed in th(' ballot box in full view of
the voter.
8. The ballots will be counted by menmbers of the Student Leg-
islature's election committee.
9. The total vote cast and the names of the elected candidates
will be p~ublished in The Daily.
10. Ballots will be retained by the election coimmitt~ee 101' a
periodl of :.30(days following tihe election.
1.1. Men's Judiciavy Council shall hear all cases involving ele-
tion fraud and :shall have the author'ity to disqualify offenders.


L ES S ON I N HOC KEY - Rovers Nick Mickowski,
Fretidie Shiero and Mickey Mackintosh (left to right) explain
hocckey tactics to a fellow resident of' Winnipeg, 'Man., D~onna
Grescoe, 19, who was making her New York debut as a violinist.
]n t(he rear is C'al Gardner of the New York Rtange~rs.

CGLA S SBACKSTOP GETS T EST-Whie Bob Joyce ofthe SanFrancisco Seals holds,
a baseball behind a section of new-type glass, Del Young swings a bat against it in a test to see
if it is suitable for batters' cage acid bacikstop. Glass withstood the blow, r-




The Supply

F A MO4U5 EAGCL E - Lois Jean McCullough admires a
stuffed American eagle in Congress Hall, Philadelphia, which cus-
todians believe was the model for the eagle on U. S. currency. It
belonged to Charles Willson Peale, artist.


H E M M E D 1 N - Ducks in Branch Brook park, Newark, N. J., don't have nearly_ as
much freedom as they did before the (cold snap encroachted oil their piond-J!~



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