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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY -E;'XMie 5

Iottsehaefer VISITORS' DAY:
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antll 111titI r1()1 aday off from classes, and the
Is Topie of Lectures facilities of 1the entire Engineer-I

John Marshall, chief justice of
he Supreme Court in the 10th
century, was the "spiritual father~
of those who now advocate ex-
ension of federal power, Prof.
Henry Rottschaefer of the Uni-
versity of Minnesota Law School
aid yesterday in the first of the
Thomas Cooley lectures.
The broad construction of fed-
eral powers was first expressed in
Marshall's decisions, Prof. Rott-
chaefer said. During his term
eceral powers were extended in.
,o the realm of commerce and
nuch of the "states rights" doc-
'rine negated, he declared.
Prof Rottschaefer will continue
,is five-lecture series on the "Con-
titution and Socio-Economic Re-
orm" today with a talk on "Ex-
ansion of Federal Power after
933.,,
All lectures will be given in Rin.
50, Hutchins Hall, with the first
three scheduled for 4 p.m. and
the last at 3 p.m. Froday.

in c1~ '..nilge winl Ut opetoUVIS-
itors on April 18, when the col-
lege will hold its traditional En-
gineering Open House.
Plans for the Open House, the
first to be held since before the
war, include special exhibits by
Frenelb Fil~m
To Be Shown
Marcel Pagnol's "The Well-Dig-
ger's Daughter," first-run French
film with English titles, will be
shown at 8:30 p.m. Friday and
Saturday at Hill Auditorium un-
der the auspices of the campus
AVC and the Art Cinema League.
Seats- will not be reserved. Tick-
ets will go on sale at 2 p.m. to-
day at the box office in Hill Audi-
torium.
"The Well-Digger's Daughter"
received favorable reviews in New
York and several film critics plac-
ed it on their lists of the ten best
pictures of the year.

all departments, manufacturer'
displays and demonstrditions of"
such "engineers' prides" at the -
personic wind tunnel t Wllow
Run Airport, the cyclotron and
the electron microscope.
Atom Test Movies
Movies of the Bikini atom tests
will be shown, and all sections of
Willow Run Airport, including
Army and commercial transport
planes there, will be open for in- Y
spection. Transportation to and
from the airport will be provided.
The Open House is a student-
conducted affair, with students in
the Engineering College acting as
guides, demonstrating and ex- iTIAL BYJU -" Mem sbers
plaining the displays. 0Wat prta"ra n uy
Heading the Central Commit- I~ato'rt "ilbyJr
tee for the Open House is John Smith, Ben Hazard, Myrai Str:;c
M. Cox. His assistants on the
committee include Lenore Olson,;~A -M ) -
secretary; Stan Saulson, Robert I:~ lU
Ware and John Morrison, associ-'
ate chairmen. .
In charge of departmental sub- BRIEF
committees are : Robert Strador of
ASME for mechanical engineer- r(I~
ing; Edwin Lau of AIMIE for nmet-' atruyCu
allurgical engineering and the The Canterbury Club will hold
metal processing laboratory; Will- Ia discussion on "Christianity and
iam Scheef of ASCE for civil en- the Social Order" at 7 :30 p.M.
gineering; F 1 o y d Preston of today at. the Student Cetier.
AIChE for chemical engineering;
Karl. Stevens of IAS for aeronauti-
cal engineering; Roy McPherson IIUJdruloC J!'
of Quarterdeck for marine engi- ht< x~awst ( 'l th, sacl
leering and naval architecture; atrBrnro IE l01 r:t tblkI01 11l VIiI
Stout of Eta Kappa Nu and Doer- s ulat ttudents, Will amlntc ° ;0a.
ald Perkins of the Radio Club for 14Ihb:atIcW ire the linion.
electrical engineering; Stan Saul- tU Ci te la'ssrn
son for Naval Science; Curtis Bot- 1°as o hediclus d, ilia
turn of Tau Beta Pi for physic;, s n; s ilb icusedaTiman,
Gerard Giczewski of ROTC Signal i eui, PuliUity llkd Ir)a'I
Corps and Robert Ware of RO'TC
°° e ~ i~r tc~lttAir Corps for Military Science.
N -i' ,

Daily-Wake
5of the Gilbert and S'livan aopere t,t au'lstehearsing songs from the
y'" are, from left t o right, Dill Loiuwon, Bill Bromfield, Virginia
finer andl Claire K ittridg e, -i it Ii.a ii ali at the piano.

"ILIGMTS" IN FLATS
A low-heel dress black suckde that is aivailable
in AAA-AA and B widths in sizes uip to 10.
(10.1' 2and lIl will be available after April IS.)
Black suede with Red Potent
Black Suede with Black Patent
7.50 (1.0~0 extra for sixes above 9)
This style will be stocked later in shoes for
summer of brown and white or black and
white combinations.
VAN B00VIEN SHOES
17 Nickels Arcade

Seeks ebes for Play
"If you lif e G~ihe'1,i U ,[1d - sfiv le committee had accepted an
varn and You can sn ,you're odf!er to present the operetta in
what we vwant," .Jus kJ' lCbelhon" onju~nction with a one-act play
president oi l the Gi lbfrt I Iid Still i- at the West Lodge Auditorium.
van~iu< Operett (10)drlI ive I, Students interested in the op-
ol~n~n th orallza ion ~ eretta group should attend the
for nW ev. bers. , ,oreglar meeting of the club at 71
Ml.s,, )pto m i "Til byisa. Monday at the Union.

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Note(11(rgist
Will PI-uy I're
David Criaigi ead. s oted Amneri-
can organ virtuoso, will present
a recital at 4 :15 p.m. todlay in
Hill Auditorium.
Currently on a transcontinental
concert tour of the United States
and Canada, Craighead is the
regular organist of the Pasadena
Presbyterian Church. Pasadena,
Calif.
The program, open to the pub-
lic, will feature a Prelude by Mar-
cel Dupre and a Pastorale by Cesr
Frenck.
Craighead will also include se-
lections by Peeters, Loeillet. Mo-
zart, Bach, Vierne, Beach. I tangeran
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carnival, urge that, all liouses he
represented, since information
concerning boo Uns will be given
and plans for Michigm'as discuissed.
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" Money at wort{," a film pro-
duced by the New ':ork Stock.
Exchange, will b,>~ shown at 4
x p.m. Wedncsday in the Natural
Science Auditorium.
TIhisfilm deals with the banik-
ing and security system and dV-
piets, the flow of capital from
env< t~}r to business enterprise.
A repr esentative of a New York
aSto-k Exchange house will he
present to comnment on the film
anid answer q(u(estionls
TalkI s on Literature .. .
Prof. Finlay Foster'. exchange
speaker from Adelber't College.
Western Reser've University, will
I ive two lectures today illustrat-
ing thme influence of art on liter-
ature.
HeI will speak on "llogo,'th>;
Raike's Progress : a Point of Viewr"
at 4:15 p.m. in. the R1,cklam Am-
phitheatre and will address 1the
IEnglish Journal Club at 83pnm.
in the East Conference Poomn of
thme Rackhiam Building oi) "Wil-
liam Blake: Artist and Poe-t."
T WAA Douce Club...
The WAA Moder'n Dance Club,
will meet at 7:30 p.m. today in
the Women's Athletic Building
for special practice on the num-
bers for the recital.

(Conl tiled onl Pag'e 3)
Modern Dance Club. 7:30 p.m.,
Barbour Gym.
Square Dancing Class. Spon-
sored by the Graduate Outing
Club, 7:45 p.m., Lounge Women's,
Athletic Bldg. Everyone welcome.
A small fee will be charged.
Hostess . Commnittee, .Li e a g ui e
house Dances, 5 p.m. League.
Girls interested in serving on this
committee and members should
attend. Everyone bring eligibility
card. Room number will be post-
ed. Anyone who cannot possibly
attend call 2-1146. r
Christian Science Org anizat ion :
7:30 p.m. Upper Roomn, Lane Hall.
Congregational-Disciples Guild.
March birthday tea, 4:30-6 1)-r.,{
Guild House.t
U. of M. Chapter Intercollegiate
Zionist Federation of America:
Meeting to decide program for ire-
mainder of semester followed 'by
discussion of p1hilosophies of Herz l,
and Achad Ha'am, 8 p.. Hillel
Foundation.
(4 Edng 'cni
Open house, 7::30-10 p.m..,V/ed.,
March 26, Sports Building. Pro-
graim of 20 diifferenTt spoits.
Phi rBeta Kappa. Annual Meet-

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wardrobe full of our beautiful, Spring blouses.
Frilly, tailored, prints or solid shades.. . all
marvelously flattering. Sizes 30 to 44.
Priced from $4.00

inig, 4:15 p.m., Wed., Mar. 26, Rm.
1035, Angell Hall. Members are
urged to attend.
Foresters. Forestry Roundtable,
7:30 p.m., Wed., Mar. 26, 4th
floor, Rm. 4060, Natural Science
'Bldg. First and second-year For-
esters are urged to attend, Movies
on Alaska will be shown. Prof.
W. F. Ramsdell will discuss sum-
College of Architecture & De-
sign: Seniors meet at 5 p.m.,
Wed., March 26, Rm. 101, to dis-
cuss plans for a Beaux Arts Ball.
Graduate History Club, 8 p.m.,
Clements Library, March 26. Pro-
fessor Lcbanov will speak on
"Problems in the Study of Rus-
sian History." Refreshments. All
graduate History students are in-
vited to attend.
Undergraduate Education Club.
4Wed., Mar. 26, 4:10 p.m., T.ES li-
brary. Professors Eggertsen and
Wingo will lead a discussion on
"Should the college education of
prospective teachers~ be subsidized
as one means to eliminate the
teachers' shortage." Refreshments.
Iments.
American Society of Mechanical
Engineers Field Trip. to the United
States Rubber Company in De-
troit, Wednesday afternoon, March
26, please sign ride list on ASME
bulletin board near Rm. 231, W.
Eng. Bldg., before Tuesday noon,
March 25.
Fldying Club. Open meeting '7:30
p.m., 1042 E. Engineering Bldg. We
hiave sever'al membership openings
p endling. Roller skating party
Saturday, Mar. 29.
Delta, Sigma Pi, professional
:Business Administration fratern-
ity. 7:30 p.m., Wed.. Mar. 26, Rm.
110, Tappan.
Scabbard and Blade: 8:30 p.m.,
Wed. Mar. 26, Rm. 100, Military
H feadqluarters.
Hiawatha Club, social organiza-
tion for Upper Peninsula students.
8 p.m., Wed., Union. Room will be
posted. Members are urged to at-
The Deutscher Verein. 8 p.m.,
Wed., Rm. 317, Union.
Inter-racial Association: Dr.
H-erbert Apthecker will speak on
"The Role of the Negro in Ameri-
can History" at 4:15 p.m., Wed.,
Rm. 318, Union. Members are
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