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Campus Highlights
day in the Union.
Iexican Film . ..Aims, program and summer
La Sociedad Hispanica will pre- plans of SLID will be discussed,
sent "Asi Se Quiere en Jalisco," and topics to be brought up at the
Mexican film with English sub- state SLID conference next week
titles, at 8:30 p.m.'Tuesday and inLansing will be considered.
Wednesday in Rackham Lecture***
Hall. Carillon Concert
Tickets for the movie, which
stars actor-singer Jorge Negrete, Percival Price, University ca-
may be purchased at the Union, rillonnzeur, will feature composi-
the League or in Rm. 112 of the, tions by Handel, Greig and
Romance Language Building. Schubert and his own Sonata for
* *35 Bells in a recital at 1:30 p.m.,
JCF Spcaker . . .today. ,
Paul Beckwith, staff member Student Recital . .
of Inter-Varsity Christian Fel-
lowship in Michigan, will speak Rose Suzanne Derderian, music
to the Michigan Christian Fel- school student, will present a song
lowship on "The Function of recital at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
YV.C.F. and Its Relation to the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Church" at 4:30 p.m. today at The program, which will be open
Lane ihall. to the public, will include songs by
Rtefreshments will be served Bach, Handel, Mozart, Debussy,
followingthe meeting. Rachmaninoff, Schumann a n d
follwingStrauss.
MissDerderian will be accom-
SLIt Meeting . . .- panied by Mildred Andrews, pian-
ist and Emil Raab, violinist, both#
Election of officers will head music school students.
the agenda for the first meeting
trial Democracy at 5:30 p.m. to- Save Those War Bonds!

Lowenthal To
Discuss Issue
Of Palestine
Historian Will Give
Annual SzoId Lecture
Marvin Lowenthal, writer, his-
torian and foreign correspondent,
will speak on "Palestine and the
Political Scene" at 8 p.m. tomor-
row in Rackham Lecture Hall.
The talk, which is to be spon-
sored by B'nai B'rith, Hadassab,
Hillel Foundation and the Inter-
collegiate Zionist Federation of
America, will be the second an-
nual Henrietta Szold Memorial
Lecture.
Lowenthal recently returned
from Palestine, where he delivered
a series of lectures at the He-
brew University in Jerusalem on
the spirit of American life and
literature.
Shortly after World War I, Low-
enthal visited Europe and the Near
East and warned the world that
Nazism would soon triumph in
Germany.
For the next ten years he was
a correspondent, editor and writ-
er and served as representative
of the Jewish minority interests
at the League of Nations. Dur-
ing this period he wrote his unique
history of Jewish art and civili-
zation, "A World Passed By."
Lowenthal is known to radio
audiences as a chairman on the
Columbia Broadcasting System's
"Invitation to Learning" and a
speaker on political programs.
The lecture is open to the pub-
lic.
Art Cinema Will
Show 'Pagliaci'
Richard Tauber, Austrian tenor,
is featured in "Pagliacci," British
film version of Leon Cavallo's
opera, to be presented by the Art
Cinema League at 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day through Saturday at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Tauber, who recently gave a
concert at Music Hall in Detroit,
sings the part of Canio. Steffi
Duna, soprano, appears as Nedda.
English lyrics and dialogue are
used throughout the picture.
Tickets will be available from 2
to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday through
Saturday at the theatre box office.

Fisel of Horniones
"Synthesis in tle Field of Sex
Hormones" will bo ihe subject of
a chemistry colloquium to be held
at 4:15 p.m. Wednsday in m. 303
Chemistry Building.
Andre Dreiding, . 1.1 Fugimoto
and L. B. Wilk. graduate students
working tnder Dr. Werner E.
Bachmar.n in the field of hormone
synthesis, will be the speakers.
Discussion will center on recent
laboratory findings and original
work of the' e men in their field.

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NEW FRATERNITY HOME-P
ternities now being reactivated o
ters at 808 Tappan as its perma
RECONVERSION:

'hi Kappa Tau, one of seven fra-
)n campus, will occupy these quar-
nent home beginning next fall.

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LA SOCIEDAD IISPANICA
presents
"Asi Se Quiere En Jolisco"
(A Spanish film with English titles)
Tuesday and Wednesday, May 13 and 14
RACKHAM LECTURE HALL

IFC Announces Reactivation
Of Seven Social Fraternities
Seven more social fraternities occupy for the fall semester.7
are now being reactivated thus others are still searching for
bringing the total number now comodations.
operating on campus to 36, the In- The total number of men r
ter-Fraternity Council announced affiliated with social fraterni
yesterday, on campus is estimated by theI
With these additions, the IFC to be 1,700.
is only seven fraternities short of
its full pre-war level of 41. The ,
number of its members actually Io
operating houses sank to a low
of seven at one time during the 1 ere Tomorrow
war.
The houses now reforming in- Dr. Marshall M. Knappen, of
clude Phi Kappa Tau, Kappa Nu, history and political science
Kappa Alpha Psi, Delta Sigma Phi, partment of Michigan State C
and Alpha Phi Alpha. Several lege, will speak at 4:15 p.m.
have been granted special permis- morrow at Lane Hall on "Chu
sion by the IFC to conduct rush- in Occupied Germany."
ing for the remainder of the se- Dr. Knappen, whose talk wil
mester to bring their strength up sponsored by the Public Aff
to normal. Committee of the Student Re
Of these seven fraternities┬░ ious Association, returned in F
which are reactivating, only two, ruary from occupation duty
Phi Kappa Tau and Kappa Nu Germany with the Division of7
have definitely obtained houses to ucation and Religious Affairs
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Psychology Meeting rJ7HERE IS further evidence t
National leaders in the fields of The United States has gr
psychology, education and student rich beyond the dreams of avar
personnel will attend a conference Our railroads can afford to1
June 26 and 27 here under the costly advertising space to tell
auspices of the University Bur- how poor they are.
eau of Psychological Services. --The New York

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8:30 P.M.

Admission 46c (incl. tax)

Tickets at Union, Wahr's and Romance Language Office

MICHIGAN

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WANTED TO TRADE
EXCHANGE APARTMENT in Ann Arbor
for, apartment or flat in Detroit. Box
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Write Box 2, Michigan Daily. )60
TRANSPORTATION
FOUR GIRLS will share expenses for
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Sunday from Holland. Call 2-6112. )72

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- Today thru Tuesday --
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Jungle Girl, Chap. 9
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WANTED TO RENT
STUDENT VET AND WIFE desire to
rent or sublease apartment for sum-
mer semester onl. Call 2-4401, ext.
207 Wenley, Jack Williamson. )4.
VETERAN-GRADUATE STUDENT and
wife wish to sublet apartment for
8-week summer session. No children.
References. Call 2-0119. )46
UNFURNISHED 3-Room Apartment
wanted by veteran medical student
and school teacher wife. Call 2-2034.
)71
STUDENT VETERAN and wife wish to
rent furnished or unfurnished apart-
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call Richard Price at 2-2858 anytime
after 7:30 p.m. )25
SUBLET for summer term of apartment
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References. Call Mr. Boltwood, 8-5,
2-4483. )14
RESORTS
GLEN LAKE. Cottage modern, water's
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Season only. Write Elmer Billman,
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LOST- AND FOUND
LOST-Brilliant clip at League Friday
night. Reward. Louise Kefgen, 4089.)18
LOST-An Alpha Phi pin near Mosher-
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Phone 2-4561. )201
LOST-Eisenberg head scarf on Washte-
naw. Predominant colors blue and
yellow. Finder please call 2-5631. Re-
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REWARD-For return of gold Eversharpf
pen. Finder please return - gift off
deceased father. Jack J. Garris, Phone
2-4591. )3
LOST-Man's watch, Election. $5.00 Re-
ward. Please contact Wendell Jackson,
1605 Monson Ct., W. R.
HELP WANTED
GROUND SERVICE MEN-Military or
airline experience required. Phone
Ypsi. 3220 or contact airport mana-
ger's office at Willow Run. )13
FIRST trumpet and lead alto man Fri-
day, Saturday and Sundays. Must
have good strong lead tone and be
able to read and cut shows. Contact
Karl Kalson, Villa Bee Night Club,
Jackson, Michigan. )62
MISCELLANEOUS
CHILDREN CARED FOR in my home
by mother. Mich. grad. 5 days, 8-5.
Licensed. Refs. 2-7355. )38
EXPERIENCED FARMER-Married man
2 children, Negro, Age 37._ Dairy or
General Farming. Sober, dependable.
Work by month or year. Box 71. )43
TYPEWRITERS now available for rent,
standards or portables. Office Equip-
ment Service Co., 111 S. Fourth Ave.

FOR SALE
GIRL'S BIKE-new tires, $15.00. Call
2-2464, 7 to 10:30 P.M. )11
OLDS super Cornet for sale. Latest pre-
war model. Good condition, excep-
tional tone. 2-2591, Estelle Bisson. )32
WHIZZER MOTORBIKE --with lights,
and rain cover. Used 600 miles, price
$120.00, Box 14. )42
FOR SALE-Girl's Riding Habit; New.
Jodphurs, Jacket, Shoes. Size 10.
Phone 6481. )74
CANARIES-Rollers and Warblers, $10
up. Finches, Parakeets. Seeds and
cages. 562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )17
ADMIRAL-Automatic record changer.
Practically new. Plays thru radio.
Sapphire needle. $30. Phone 2-3169 )57
REMINGTON NOISELESS Typewriter,
Standard Model. Excellent condition.
$60. Phone 2-5695. Manz. )23
FOR SALE-Tux, Size 36 or 37. Room
205 Prescott House, East Quad. Ask
for Carey. )28
SUN GLASSES $3.50. U.S. Surplus-Air
Force-4-base lens with pearloid
sweat bar. Sam's store, 122 E. Wash-
ington. )14
SOLVE your housing problem with this
10 room, 2 bath brick and frame
home. Now used as 3 apartments.
Furniture in 2 apts. Included 3-car
garage. Large lot. Fruit and shade.
Opposite new grade school. $12,000.00.
Oril Ferguson, 928 Forest, Phone
2-2839. )27
COUNTRY PROPERTY. Well built 8
room house. Electricity, furnace, wa-
ter system, barns, chicken coop. 15
acres good land. 14 miles out. ' mile
to nice lake. $9,500.00. Oril Fergu-
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$2,000 BUYS-38 acres nicely wooded
hills. Beautiful, high, scenic building
site. Secluded location. One mile
to nice lake. Oril Ferguson, 928
Forest. Phone 2-2839. )24
FOR SALE-Cottages at Glen Lake,
Water edge and Hillside and 20 acre
tract Lake Michigan on paved state
road. Write Elmer Billman, Cedar,
Mich. )41
rWANTED
HAVE DETROIT APARTMENT - Will
trade for apartment in Ann Arbor.
Available next month. Before 9:00
a.m. and after 6:00 p.m. call Detroit
TY 45927. Otherwise write Michael M.
Jacobs, 2069 W. Euclid, Apt. 201, De-
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H EN RIETTA SZOLD MEMORIAL LECTURE FOR 1947
What is behind the terrorism of the Irgun Zvai
Leumi and the Stern Gang in the Holy Land?
How can peace come to an embattled country
where Jews, Arabs and British are involved in y
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9 ~conflict.?
Hear
MARVIN LOWENTHAL
Noted Writer, Historian and Foreign Correspondent

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