THrIjEr MICTUGAN DAILY-
WEDNESDAY, ARIL 2, 1947
D eans h1ow
Lloyd Returns fron
Great interest in the Assembly
Association was expressed by
members of the National Associa-
tion of Dean of Women at a con-
ference last week in Columbus,
.Ohio, Alice C. Lloyd, dean of wom-
en, said yesterday.
Dean Lloyd, who spoke before
the conference, said that members
appeared surprised that the inde-
pendent women were so well or-
ganized and carried so much
weight in campus affairs.
.................. .Presiding over a symposium on
"Education in a World of Chang-
ing Values," Dean Lloyd spoke for-
mally to the association explain-
ing the place of the dean of wom-
en in the educational picture.
Dean Lloyd also planned an in-
ter-faith Palm Sunday vesper
service which included Protestant
and Catholic anthems and a talk
on "Integration of Religion in Ed-
ucation" by Rabbi James G. Hel-
ler of the Isaac M. Wise Temple
Other problems discussed at the
conference concerned counselling
practices on the various campuses,
overcrowded conditions, educa-
tional and social programs, voca-
tional guidance for women, and
the women's place in the world
Sigler To Talk
Governor Kim Sigler has accept-
ed an invitation to speak at the
annual Founders Day Dinner of
the Lawyers Club April 18, Prof.
G. C. Grismore, secretary-treasur-
er of the Lawyers Club Board of
Governors, announced yesterday.
Gov. Sigler will also address
the members of Phi Alpha Delta,
campus legal fraternity at a. lunch-
eon at the Allenel Hotel on the
same day. Topics for both speech-
es are as yet unannounced.
T he Governor will make the trip
down from Lansing at the controls
of his private plane.
"This is the first time in the 23
ye.ars that we have held these an-
nual Founder's Day dinners that
a governor of Michigan has been
the speaker," Prof. Grismore said.
The Governor will deliver his
evening speech to approximately
375 Michigan judges, and profes-
sional, faculty, and student mem-
brs of the Lawyers Club in the
dining hall of the Law Quadrangle.
-The dinner is held each year in
memory of the late William W.
Acosta To Talk
Dr. Misael Acosta-Solis, former
professor of botany at the Central
University of Ecuador, will discuss
"Ecuador, its Government, Eco-
nomic Condition, and Education"
at 8 p.m. today in Rackham Am-
Dr. Acosta is domg research here
on the microscopic identification
of woods. He is director of the
Ecuadorian Institute of Natural
Sciences and editor-in-chief of
"Flora," natural sciences maga-
The lecture is the second in a
series sponsored by Phi Iota Alpha,
Latin American fraternity, and the
International Center. It is open
to the public.
O'Brien To Speak
Eugene W. O'Brien, national
president of the American So'ciety
of Mechanical Engineers, will
speak to local members of the
society at a dinner meeting at 6
p.m. today in the Union.
Since 1927, he has been oditor
of two professional journals,
"Southern Power Journal" and
"Southern Power and Industry."
'uring the war, lie served as an
engineering consultant to the War
Production Board and the War
Presides at Meeting
Dean Russell A. Stevenson, of
the School of Business Adminis-
tration, is in Washington this week
to preside over a meeting of the
Survey of Business Education
Committee of the American Coun-
cil on Education.
It is estimated that during
World War II a soldier ;nade an
average of eight trips within the
United States before going over
MONEY ON WAY:
Sigler Hands Out First Bonus
Checks to Four HappyVets
LANSING, April 1-(/P)-Gover-
nor Bigler handed four delighted
veterans checks totaling $850 to-
day, and the payment of Michi-
gan's World War II veterans bon-
us was under way.
Auditor General Murl K. Aten
will sign the bonus checks after
applications are approved by the
auditor general's office, joined the
Checks to 19 other veterans
were mailed immediately, com-
pleting a "test run" of the first
Number one on the list was Dale
L. Councilman of Lansing, an
army veteran who was handed a
check for $100 by Sigler. Dis-
The University will be host to a
meeting of mid-west branches of
two societies, the American Orien-
tal Society and the Society of Bi-
blical Literature and Exegesis
April 18 and 19, according to Prof.
Joseph K. Yamagiwa, of the orien-
tal language and literature depart-
More than 80 members of the
two societies are expected to at-
tend the meeting.
charged from the service Oct. 16,
1944, by reason of a heart ailment,
Councilman is rated with a 100 per
L. B. Chrouch, Lansing, a Navy
veteran, was handed a check for
the full amount of $500. Chrouch
enlisted in the Navy, Oct. 9, 1940,
and was discharged Sept. 10, 1945.
He was captured by the Japanese
at Corrigedor and was held pris-
oner until the end of the war.
But already the application
forms were beginning to pile up
the bonus headquarters, which will
not be ready for large-scale oper-
ations until April 15. Then it will
be established in a roller skating
anW, Sundays 2-5. The public is
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cital at 8:30 p.m., Thurs.. April
3, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Program: compositions by Bach.
Mozart, Brahms, von Weber, and
two groups of French and English
songs. The general public is in-
The Museum of Art presents
paintings by Ben-Zion through
April 3. Alumni Memorial Hall,
"Ls Intereses Creados," Span-
ish play, will be presented today at
8:30 p.m. in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. Tickets may be pur-
chased at the theatre box office.
Members of the Sociedad Hispan-
ica pay only the federal tax. All
Ushers for Spanish Play: Meet
at Lydia Mendelssohn at 7:45 p.m.
on night assigned. Wear dresses
University Faminine Committee
will meet at 4:30 p.m. today at
American Red Cross Instructors
Swimming Course: The two meet-
at Ypsilanti High School, Wed-
nesday and Thursday, April 2 and
3. Red Cross will provide trans-
portation as previously arrang-d.
Underwriters: Important regular
Wednesday Luncheon at noon, in
the Russian Tea Room of the
League. Please try to come.
Pi Tau Pi Sigma, Signal Corps
fraternity meeting at 7:15 p.m. to-
day in Rm. 100 Military Hdqs.
Delta Sigma Pi, Professional
Business Administration fraterni-
ty; formal pledging, 7:30 p.m. to-
day, Rm. 318, Union.
Michigan Dames Book Group
meets at home of Mrs. W. W.
Lenz, 439 Fifth Street, 8 p.m.
Cookout sponsored by the Camp
Counsellors' Club, today at 5:30
p.m., WAB. Anyone interested is
welcome to attend. Call Virginia
Howe 2-4471 for reservations.
Slight charge for food will be
Foresters' Club Meeting: Thurs.,
April 3, 1947, 7:30 p.m.. Rm. 2085
N. S. Bldg Discussion of employ-
ment possibilities for both sum-
mer work and permanent employ-
ment. All Foresters and Pre-For-
esters are urged to attend. Re-
freshments will be served.
Epsilon Chapter, Alpha Phi Al-
pha will meet Thurs., April 3, at
the Union for a short business ses-
sion, starting at 7:00 p.m.
Scabbard and Blade: Initiation
of navy officers as associate mem-
bers, 5 p.m., Thurs., April 3, in
room 302, Michigan Union.
Public Affairs Committee will
meet Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Lane
Marx Society Will
Prof. Z. Clark Dickinson, of the
economics department, will dis-
cuss "Backgrounds of the Com-
munist Manifesto" at an open
meeting of the Karl Marx Society
at 7:30 p.m. today in the Union.
weekdays, except Mondays. 10-12 I ings postponed from last week
and 2-5. Wednesday evenings 7-911 will be held from 7:30 to 10:30
Haftchling Easc r happiness for you
and yours, is onr pre-occupatioin.
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or Easter is a givig time -
waking, blooming, iving time.
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