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SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1947

HE MICHIGAN DAILY

NEW BOOK RVVEEAALS
CU'GraduatesPlayedVitalRole
in Cleveland Administration MEat

Michigan graduates played a
vital role in the administration of
Grover Cleveland, according to a
book now being written by Lewis
G. VanderVelde, Michigan his-
torian and Earl D. Babst, New
York business executive.
Entitled Michigan and the
Cleveland Era, the book will deal
with the activities of 13 former
Michigan students and faculty who
were instrumental in government
work during President Cleveland's
two terms. To be published before
the end of the year, the book will
also include two chapters on Wol-
verine alumni in congress and the
federal judiciary.
"Whenever I find myself in
trouble, I turn to the University
of Michigan" Cleveland once said
in paying tribute to the University,
Men, Here's
Your Chance
All independent women on cam-
pus may attend the League dance
Sbe held from 2 to 5 p.m. to-
day in the League ballroom.
Tickets for the mixer will be on
sale at the door only. Ali men
on campus are invited to be the
guests of the coeds for the after-
noon. Popular records will sup-
ply the music for dancing and no-
cut dances will be announced.
Cards will be supplied for those
interested in playing bridge, and
refreshments will be served.
Women are asked to dress in-
formally. Students are urge*d to
attend this affair, accoding to
Blanche Berger, general chairman,
"To dance, spend a pleasant aK-
ternoon and meet other students."
Chairman Appointed
Dr. H. H: Bartlett, chairman of
the botany department, has been
appointed chairman of the com-
mittee on the Philippines of the
National Research Council, it was
announced yesterday by Detley W.
Bronk, chairman of that institu-
tion.
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according to the book.
The publication will also high-
light the general prominence that
University men have enjoyed in
public affairs.
The thirteen men making up the
Subject matter of the book are:
Henry Carter Adams, professor of
economics and statistician for the
Interstate Commerce Commission;
James B. Angell. who served on the
Anglo-American Commission on
Canadian Fisheries; Thomas M.
Cooley, author, lawyer, member of
the Michigan Supreme Court and
chairman of the Interstate Com-
merce Commission; D. M. Dicken-
son, Postmaster General and
Cleveland's close friend and ad-
visor; Lawrence Maxwell, solici-
tor general; J. Sterling Morton,
Secretary of Agriculture; Alfred
Noble, member of the Isthmian
Canal Division; Thomas W. Palm-
er, president of the World's Fair
of 1893; William E. Quinby, for-
mer publisher of the Detroit Free
Press and minister to the Nether-
lands; John M. B. Sill, president
of Michigan State Normal College
in Ypsilanti and minister to Ko-
rea; Henry T. Thurber, secretary
to the president; Edwin F. Uhl, as-
sistant secretary of state and am-
bassador to Germany; and Henry
W. Willetts, assistant secretary of
agriculture.
Heifer Drive,
Collects $1000
Over $1,000 has been collected'
by the University Famine Com-
mittee for the "Heifers for Eur-
ope" drive, Seymour S. Goldstein,
president of the committee, an-
nounaced yesterday.
Goldsten asked that all those
who have money available for
the drive send or take it to the
University Treasurer's Office or
Lane Hall. The rest of the se-
mester is being allowed for the
fulfillment of pledges.
Groups unable to turn in their
money themselves may notify the
Famine Committee at Lane Hall
and it will be picked up.
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--Associated Press Photo
TEXAS CITY DISASTER-An aerial view of Texas City, Tex., devastated Wednesday and Thursday
by a series of blasts touched off when the ship Grandcamp exploded in the harbor. Death toll in the
tranic explosion has mounted into the hundreds, as rescue workers still search the smoking ruins.
CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS

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CASHMERES!
Ohhh-it's so luscious and
soft. Just right for spring
Color? Any rich mouth-
watering pastel shade you
wish.
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Philip A. Conard, former for-
cign secretary of the International
Committee of the YMCA in South
America, will address the Public
Affairs Committee of the Student
Religious Association at 8 p.m. to-
day at Lane Hall.
In 1943, Conard was given a
commission to visit Spain and
North Africa and has traveled ex-
tensively in this country. He will
speak to the group on relief in Eu-
rope.
Hillel Snack Bar . .
"Corned Beef Corner," Hillel
Foundation .after - the - theatre
snack bar, will resume opera-
tion from 10:45 p.m. to midnight
today.
Henry Cassis is in charge of
the "Corner," which will be
open every Saturday evening for
the rest of the semester.
Newinai Club Party . .
The Newman Club will present
the first in a series of Latin-Amer-
ican parties from 8 p.m. to mid-'
night today in the club rooms of
St. Mary's Catholic Students'
Chapel.
Rumba, tango and samba rec-
ords will be played for dancing and'
refreshments will be served. The
parties are not restricted to Latin-
American students.
a (itetnw*I i* t .*
Aur Cinema jium ..
The "Charlie Chaplin Festi-
val,'' a program of four films
presented by the Art Cinema
League, will have its final show-
ing at 8:30 p.m. today in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Tickets may be purchased
from.2 to 8:30 p.m. today at the
theatre box office.
Latin Supper . .
"Arroz con polio" (chicken and
rice) will be featured at the Latin
American style supper at 7 p.m.
tomorrow in the International
Center.
"South of the Border," Walt Dis-
ney color film, will be shown at
1 p.m. in Rm. 316 of the Union.
Group singing led by Ricardo Cor-
tez, guitarist, will be held in the
International Center following the
film.
Tickets for the supper, sponsored
by Owthe at in American Society and
t h Internation al Students Coi-
i tee, will be on sale until noona

office at 65 cents each. The film is
open to the public.
* * *
Carillon, Selections .
The first of the spring caril-
lon recitals, presented by Perci-
val Price, University carillon-
neur, will be heard at 3 p.m. to-
marrow.
The program will include se-
lections by Bach, Beethoven and
Brahms.
Concert Program .
Phi Mu Alpha, national honor-
ary music fraternity, under the
direction of Prof. Wayne Dunlap,
of the music school, will present a
concert at 8:30 p.m. Monday at
Rackham Lecture Hall.
The program, which will feature
selections by a woodwind quartet;
Milton Weber and Emil Raab,
violinists; and Robert Sill, bari-
tone, will be open to the public.
Chemical Society ..-.
Mr. Louis J. Venuto, Develop-
ment Manager of the Binney
and Smith Co., will speak at the
American Chemical Society
meeting to be held at 4:15 p.m.
Monday, in Rm. 151, Chemistry
Building.
His subject will be "Colloidal
Carbans (Carbon Blacks)." Most
of Venuto's work has been de-

voted to study and development
of new physical forms, uses and
applications of carbon black.
Iusiness Lecture . ..
T. Coleman Andrews, director of
the Corporation Audits Division of
the U. S. General Accounting Of-
fice, will speak on "Reducing the
Cost of Government" at 8 p.m.
Wednesday, in Rm. 319 of the
Union.
The lecture is being sponsored
by Alpha Kappa Psi and Delta
Sigma Phi, the two campus busi-
ness fraternities, and is open to
the public.
* *
Russian Circle . ..
The Russian Circle will meet
at 8 p.m. Monday in the Inter-
national Center. Dr. George
Kiss, of the geography depart-
ment, will speak at the meet-
ing, , which will also include
group singing and refreshments.
* *
Song Recital,...
Virginia Zapf Person, music
school student, will present a song
recital at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in
Rackham Lecture Hall.
The program, which will be open
to the general public, will include
selections by Durante, Mozart,
Mahler and Rachmaninoff.
Miss Person will be accompan-
ied by Lennis Britton.

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and stripe wool spring skirts,
which were $8.95 - are now

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Attend the Slide RudIe Ball
Buy you r books ciind wppsies ci
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ANNOUNCING SPRING COOKING SCHOOLS
AT THE GAS COMPANY
LEARN HOW TO COOK, PLAN MENUS,
1o Inct popular delland, cooking lemoastraiuns hxavc been icledd for ni-
versity of Michigan brides and bridcs-to.'bc. There will be two classes with two
demonstrations for each class.
You are cordially invited to enroll now. All classes will be conducted by Mar-
garet Woodman Andersen, Home Service Director, and her assistant, June Allen
Howland. Just check the class you wish to attend and mail the registration blank
immediately.

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The BUSINESS STAFF of
offers openings for this year.
Second group trlit ilg 0 te semester
Will begin week of the 21st of April.
COe in and sign up lMonday, April 21,
1:00 to 5:00 P.M. and gain practical
cxpcricincg in:
ADVERTISING LAYOUT & DESIGN
PROMOTION SELLING

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