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February 13, 1947 - Image 6

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Mrs. Clapper To Give Next Describes His
Oratorical Association Talk 40 Years at Ta
Thie 196-47 Or atoical ,sool-the nation s capital, she has wit- Anaoisn t Leaves o
Min lect e sies will continue nessed the rise of countless politi-
usemeste with speeches by Retirement Ftrlrong
rs. Raymond Clapper the wife cal personalities, and knows per-
the famous newspaperman, Col. sonally the national and inter- West Medical Building was con-
elvn Purvis, the member of the national figures who dominate the sidered the "last word" in archi-
BI who liquidated Dillinger and
B who g a tednglling and M gaeWbs world. She brings to her audi- tecture when he entered the Un-
is gang, and Margaret Webster,
eli-known Shakespearean direc- ences a first-hand report on the versity, Dr: Rollo E. MCotter, pro- i
ir and actress. Washington scene. fessor of anatomy in.the medical
olltIeal Personalities Since her husband's death, Mrs. school who is leaving on retire-
Mrs. Clapper will speak at 8:30 Clapper has not only edited ment furlpugh this semester sai
in. Feb. 20 in Hill Auditorium on and produced the best - seller
ie topic "Behind the Washington "Raymond Clapper Watching the
:ene." In a quarter-century at World," but also engaged in Housing problems were not so
broadcasting, writing and lectur- difficult in his student days with
* ing. She is also the author of rooming houses located on the .
millel To Give "Washington Tapestry," the ac- present site of the East Medical
count of her years on the "inside" Building, Dr. McCotter reminis-
.in Washngton. ced
nnual Show Col Purvis To Speak his retirement Dr. MCot
Col. Purvis, who will speak to ter completes more than 40 yeai s
"Hillelzapoppin," annual show the Oratorical Association audi- as student and professor at th
'esented under the sponsorship ence Feb. 27 on the subject "Can University. He began teaching an
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda- We Lessen Crime in the United atomy before his graduation from -
>n, will be given April 26, States?," is a former member of te medicalschool ina191n fter
anche Berger, chairman of the the FBI who, as its Special Agent spending a year at Vanderbilt Col-
low, announced yesterday- in hica o, directed the forces lege as professor of anatomy, he
Original manuscripts for the that put an end to the Dillinger returned to the University to as-
low may be submitted until gang
arch 15 to Miss Berger or Char- M ' sume his former position- "FOR LOVING THE LIFE OF'
tte Kaufman, assistant director More recently, e was Deputy Fewer medical school graduaes retriever, nazzles his master, .ohn
Hillel Foundation. Anyone ii- Director of War Crimes for the at the present time undertake full- fex. John holds a medal presente
rested in participating in the time teaching in the pre-clinical
LOW may contact the Foundation, General, in which position he su- sciences, Dr. McCotter declared. Ilumane Association for having sta
lcording to Miss Berger. pervised the investigation and col- This is partly because of the great- night last November on a windsw
A time limit of 15 minutes for lection of evidence pertaining to er financial security afforded by was injured in a 30-foot fall. On b
wch skit has been set, but casts and the apprehension of, war private practice. Present anatomy tion, "For Loving the Life of a Do
e not limited in number, Miss criminals. instructors are well-grounded in- - .- ---- .--- -
erger said. --their field nevertheless, Prof. Mc-
tWill Discuss Cter said. Little Theatre G
interset' To Be New developments in medical
Nur e y l nscience have limited anatomy,
'resented Toda rsery Pan classes for medical students to a Roles o oo March
teaching of structure in detail, he-
"Winterset" will be presented The Willow Village Day Nursery said. Many of the "niceties" such The cast for "Ten Nights in a s
the Art Cinema League at 8:30 Committee will meet at 8 p.m. to- as the history of medicine can no Bar-Room," by William Pratt,
m. today, tomorrow and Satur- day in the North Co.i longer be included in the medical which will be presented in March
ay at the Lydia Mndelssohn Building, s. DorohyC y school crricum because f a by the Little Theatre group at Wil- k
aeatre. - t D low Village, has been announce.
The box office will be open from the Committee, announced. Edward Marheine will play Mr. s
to 8:30 p.m. today, tomorrow and The main purpose of the meet- Jones School To Show Romaine, Sidney Owsowitz will e
turday. ing is to discuss a letter from'Col- Negro Exhibition Today play Simon Slade and Ivan Jirak o
onel Philip Pack, State Veterans will appear as Willie Hammond. o
LI' Scientists To Meet Administrator, which was sent to The New World Forum will Others in the cast are Fred De- S
the committee in reply to their re- sponsor an exhibit for Negro His- Turk as Sample Swichel, Laird a
The Association of Michigan quest for a subsidy from the state tory Week at 7:30 p.m. today in Schmidt as Harvey Green, Martin
ientists will meet at 7:15 p.m. for a day nursery at the Village. the Jones School. Beise as Frank Slade, Edmund
day in the East Council Room, The proposed day nursery would Paintings by Michigan artists Johnson as Joe Morgan, Josephine
,ackham Building, for a session care for the children of working Leroy Foster, Hughie Lee Smith, James as Mrs. Morgan, Marion
the discussion group on atomic mothers in contrsteto the present Leroy Mitchell, Myrtle Hall and Emerson assMary Morgan, Mary
ergy. cooperative nursery at the Univer- Haskell Gilliam will be featured Crane as Mrs. Slade and Gerald-
sity Center, formerly called West at the exhibit, as well as wood- ine Meyer as Mehitable Cartright.
Day and Court, where the mothers take carvings by Booker Helm and The play will be directed by Dan
turns watching the children. The sculptures by Oliver La Grone. The Decker. Nancy Neff will be pro:
Evening Classes meeting is open to the public, exhibit is open to the public. duction manager, R. E. Charlton,,
(continued from Page 3) Journal Club will meet Friday A. K. PSI Members: Formal in-
y fine oppotunities ~noon, Feb. 14, Rm. 3055, Natural itiation and banquet Sunday,
nprivate abusiness, pubic Feb. 17, Rm 151 Chemistry Bldg. Science Bldg. Speakers will be Feb. 16. Initiation starts at 12:30
accoun n gaduates often Dr. S. B. Hendricks, Division of Robert Scholten and Walter 0. at the Chapter House followed by
use their Accounting train- Soils, Fertilizers & Irrigation, U. S. Kupsch, graduate students from dinner at the Allenel Hotel.
lng as a stepping stone to Dept. of Agriculture, Beltsville, Amsterdam, Netherlands, who will
executive positions. Maryland, will speak on "Clays' talk on "Geology of the Nether- B'nai B'rith hillel Foundation
Save Time and Soils." The public is co- lands." Inter-Faith Committee:. 3 p.m.,
By concentrating on bus- dially invited. Mon., Feb. 17. All students inter-
iness subjects, only, you can Economics Club: 8 p.m., Mon., ested in furthering Inter-Faith
prepare here for a business The Geology and Mineralogy Feb. 17, Rackham Amphitheatre. discussions and forums are invited
Stenographic Course-9mo. "Factors in Causation and Con- to attend.
leentary Accounting trol of Strikes,' by Prof. Z. C.
Ca ursr-2 mo. ets Plan the Dickinson. Business Administra- Hillel News Staff: All those in-
-9to1oCourse Pledge Formal Earl tion, Economics staff, and gradu- terested in working on the Hillel
-9 to 18 mo. ate students are invited. News, plus all old staff members,
Eecetarial Course-13 mo. We have a complete selection of meet at 4:30 p.m., Friday at the
Execut-veoSecretari.Cor dance programs and favors and All Men Students interested in Foundation.
can taake care of all of your "Rushing" this semester must have ----
Free Placement Service needs if you wilr give us ots of signed up by 5 p.m., Fri., Feb. 14, B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation:
Veterans: Our courses are time for production. The min- . ,Sabbath Eve Services, at 7:45 p.m.,
approved under the G.I. Bill. imum is four weeks. Rm. 306, Union.riday. Rabbi Herschel Lymon
Ask for special bulletin ex-L a y mF:iday. RbbidHerhe semn
plaining government plan NEW IDEAS Lithuanian youth meet at 7:30 Director, will deliver the sermon
for -ree tuition and subsis-T p.m., Mon.. Feb. 17, Michigan on "What Makes Men Great." So-
tence pay. FOR SENIOR GIFTS League.jial hour will follow.

Write or phone today for CarnIval queen bracelets, cart-
1947 Bulletin, which fully cature Ins princess pureS an Graduate Outing Club meet for TYPEWRITERS
explains opportunities, BALFtUR of course:. Winter Sports 2:30 p.m., Sun., Feb. Bo I / )l ed p
courses, and Placement16, Northwest entrance, Rackham
Service. Bldg. Sign up at the check desk in STI'w\ Nr & OFiImCE SUPPLIES
H AM ILTON L. G. Balfour Co. the Rackham Building before noon 0. D. MORRILL
1319 So. University Phone 9533 on Saturday.
BUSINESS COLLEGE To wpnd Meredith suckling 314 S. State St. Phone 7177
William at State Ph. 7831 Tea Dance: 4:30-7 p.m., Fri.,
International Center.
Sunday Supper: 7 p.m., Inter-
of tickets obtainable (Friday at R ID E R 'S
the latest) at the office of the Sec-
retary of the International Center. Now at 115 West Liberty
i Film, "Land of Liberty," at 8 p.m.
For your Valentine remembrance there are many appro-
priate items you will want to consider . . . heading the
list comes Richard Dyer-Bennet's "Love Songs" done in
his inimitable style, accompanying himself on the lute SHR TS !
... Valentine greetings recorded on attractive plastic
cards are quite the novelty, too. Other timely albums A\\-Wool and Wool and
include John Carter in "Sentimental Song" and Rise of McGregor, Manhattan and
Stevens' "Love Songs." Van Heusen.
For those of you who want to keep alive the memory of . . . YOUR GAIN IS OUR LOSS .. .
Your J-Hop week-end, there are several Jimmie Lunce-
ford recordings available ... among the popular discs 2 5% D iscount
still going strong you will find Guilty," "Laura," "Sep- $14.50 - NOW - $10.88 $10.00 - NOW - $7.50
tember Song" and "Sooner Or Later".. . (we'll see you 12.50 - NOW - 9.38 8.95 - NOW - 6.72
n ac kIA -r:7 7n _ rnw -N W- 4.

Student Book
Store Carries
Complete Line
Exc hange Conducts
Sales at Cost-plus
The student's own book store is
now carrying a complete line of
supplies and materials, and selling
them on a cost-plus basis, Ken
Bissell, director of the exchange,
said yesterday.
Them, suppi es include blue-
books, pencils, ink,,physiology lab
instruments, clip boards, rein-
forcements, and others. The rea-
sonable price policy is possible,
Bissell said, because the Exchange
is a non -profit organization.
Urgently needed are 40 copies
of "Sources of English Constitu-
tional Nistory," by Stephenson and
Marcham. Students owning but
not using at present copies of this
text are reqested by the Exchange
to bring them in to the store, lo-
cated on the second floor of the
League. Bissell said that the Ex-
change will operate as a clearing
house for those students who wish
only to loan a copy of this book.
Also badly needed are copies of
Ellsworth's "International Econ-
omics," which can also be loaned.
In good supply are Webster's
dictionary, and physics lab man-
uals. Engineers' drawing sets,
made by Dietzen, Parks, and Char-
vos, are on sale and reasonably
priced, Bissell added.
Syllabuses for Economics 51, 52,
53, and 54 and Psychology 31 texts
are plentiful, but there is a large
demand for C r o c k e r' s "Public
Speaking," C on a n t' s 'Organic
Chemistry," and Murdock's "Our
Primitive Contemporaries."
Runkle Will Talk
On Retail Stores
The first of a new series of talks
on "Retail Store Management" will
be given by J. D. Runkle, manager
of the Crowley-Milner Co., De-
troit, at 3:00 p.m. today in 110
Tappan Hall.

Campus High



Foreign Students ...
Supper will be served to foreign
Sundayin the International Cent-
er, followed by a film to be shown
in Rm. 316 of the Union.
The film, which is intended par-
ticularly for newly-arrived foreign
students, is entitled "Introduction
to America, Land of Liberty." It
is open to the public.
Persons intending to have sup-
per at the Center should purchase
a ticket or make a reservation in
the Center office before Saturday-
noon. There is a charge of 50 cents
per person for supper.
* * *
French Faculty Tea .. .
Members of the French teach-
ing faculty will be guests at tea
from 4:15 to 5:30 today in the
International Center.
Mrs. Paul Spurlin will pour.
Tea is served every Thursday
at the International Center for
all foreign students and friends
who wish to attend.
Shartel Lecture ...
Related problems of medicine
and law will be introduced to med-
ical students by Prof. Burke Shar-
tel of the Law School in the first
of a series of seven lectures on the
subject, at 4 p.m. today in the
A business meeting of the Guild
will be held at 3 p.m. preceding
Prof. Shartel's talk.
* * *
Newman Club .. .
Officers of the Newman Club
will meet at 7 p.m. today in the
club rooms of St. Mary's Chapel
to formulate plans for the gen-
eral meeting Sunday.



Sunday suppers will continue
ue a regular feature of the Int
national Center program, with
exception of February 23, w1
the International Students Cc
mittee will sponsor a mixer
newly-arrived foreign studAts
* * *
Special Dinner ...
The First Presbyterian Chu
will be host to 15 newly-arril
foreign students at dinner today
3bservance of American Broth
hood Week.
Countries which will be rep
sented by students attending
dinner are Norway, Lebanon,
dia, Egypt, China, Sweden, H
gary, Iran, the Philippines,
Students Enjc
Robust Healts
Report Shows Few
campus Illnesses
Few students could use ill:
as an excuse for "cuts" last ;
uary, as most of the campus c
tinued to enjoy good health,
monthly Health Service report
The statibtics show that mos
the significant figures are sn
than last year per 1,000 stude
A definite decrease in the num
of room calls and of upper
piratory infections can be n.
from the r'eport.
Because the determining fac
in winter epidemics are unkn<
chance may be credited for"
good fortune so far," Dr. Wa
E. Forsythe, Health Service
ector, explained.

A DOG"-Spud, a Chesapeake
G. Work, Jr., 15, of El Paso,
d him Feb. 8 by the American
yed by Spud through a freezing
ept mountain peak after Spud
ack of the medal is the inscrip-
roup Assio'ns
tage manager, George Jessop,
roperty manager and Jerry Mos-
owitz, electrician director.
The Little Theatre group was
tarted last fall by a group of vet-
rans and veterans' wives at Wil-
ow Village for the entertainment
f students at West Lodge. "Blithe
Spirit" and "Pappa Is All" have
lready been given by the group.

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February Sale
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Benefit from our low overhead. Excellent 9x12,
8.6x1 1.6 Living and Dining Room Rugs. Kaswin,
Heriz, Kirman, Chinese, Bakhara.
Choice Scatters, Runners, Mats, in all sizes



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