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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY,

CAMPUS CITY BEGUN:
New Mexican University Site
Meets Enrolhnent Problem
Enrollment at the University of dent of that University, said yes-
Mexico has been getting larger terday in an interview
every year,and to meet the prob- The new campus site will be lo-
lem of additional space, a new cated on approximately a 2500
University city has just been be-sqaemileatrate a 2,5suh
gun, Dr. Salvador Zubiran, presi- square mile tract of land in south-

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Opera Class
Members To
Give Program
Members of the Opera Work-
shop Course class will present a
program of arias and ensembles
from several well-known operas
at 8:30 p.m. today in Hill Audi-
torium.
The program will include selec-
tions from the Magic Flute, Don
Giovanni, Rigoletto, La Traviata,
Aida, Samson et Delila, La Bo-
heme, Madam Buttrefly, Faust, La
Gioconda, Orpheus, Martha, Car-
men and Jeanne d'Arc.
Members of the workshop class
will all appear as soloists with the
University orchestra, which will
be conducted by Prof. Wayne Dun-
lap and members of the Orchestral
Conducting Class,
Soloists are Virginia Person,
Laurance McKenna, Harriet Bod-
en, Ruthann Fitzgerald, Robert
Holland, Harriet Atwood, Laur-
ance Shorer, Rita Hyman, Robert
Waltz, Robert Sill, Norris Greer,
Arlene Sollenberger, Rose Derder-
Ian and Nell Hocutt.
Student conductors are Edwyn
Hames, Bean Cooper, Paul Byran,
James Wolfe, William Poland, Mil-
ton Weber, Ruth Fredericks, James
Mearns, Freeman Russell, and
John Wheeler.
Naval Reserve,
Drive to Begm
The nation-wide drive to enlist
veterans in the voluntary naval
reserve program, "Operations Nav-
al Reserve" will be held today
through Friday.
Enlisting posts will be located
from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ann
Arbor High School; 7:30 to 9 p.m.
at North Hall; 8 to 10 p.m. at
American Legion Home and 3 to
10 p.m. at the V.F.W., Fourth
Avenue.
Persons particularly interested
in electronics should apply at
North Hall for a special group
being organized on this subject.
This group is the only group with-
in the program which has been
authorized drill pay by the reserve
corps.

emn Mexico City given to the Uni-
versity by the Mexican govern-
ment.
Although women comprise "no
more than 10 per cent" of the 20,-
000 students enrolled in the Uni-
versity, coed registration has been
growing every year, he declared.
Women are going in for all fields
such as architecture, law, engi-
neering and particularly medicine,
chemistry and nursing.
The Mexican university educa-
tion system is not very different
from the American, he pointed
out, except that Mexico does not
have pre-professional programs.
Student begin in the professional
schools, but they attend school
the same number of years as in the
U.S.

LSA Students
Are Awarded
Scholarships
Thirteen students in the College
of Literature, Science and the Arts
have been awarded scholarships
for the year 1947-48, Dean Peake
announced yesterday.
Three students, William H. Cox,
Theodore Engelder and Jacob
Jacobson, received Simon Man-
dlebaum grants.
The Phoebe A. I. Howell grant
went to Dolores Marsik. Two men,
Robert Woodward and Newton R.
Gilmore, were awarded James B.
Hunt scholarships.
Ivan E. Barris was awarded the
Samuel J. Platt grant and Wallace
J. Tomasini got the John Pitt
Marsh award.
The Fanny Ransom Marsh
scholarship went to Betty Jo Cam-
bell and Esther I. Giovannone was
awarded the Martha Robinson
Hawkins grant. Carl M. Townley
was awarded the Agnes C. Weaver
scholarship.

/IIAGAZIN E PU RG Et
Pinkish Hue of June Gargoyle
Proves Deathblow to Editors

...._

By JOAN FISKE
With hearty cries of "Don't Cor-
rupt Our Youth," the Board in
Control of Student Publications
gave a helping hand yesterday as
the present Garg editors were
ejected by an entirely new staff,
in retribution for the June issue
of the Gargoyle, on sale Monday.
"When McKinlay and Shinn
started this underhanded investi-
gation of what goes on around
campus, they got a little too big
for their swivel chairs. There
was nothing we could do but
throw them out," Thom Carel
Strope, flighty ne'er-do-well and
new managing editor, explained.
"The jet-propelled . out-going
editors will be permitted to grad-
uate, but nothing more," several
University vice-presidents, fearful
of their jobs announced. "We can't
afford to be too harsh on them.
They found out an awful lot in
that investigation."
Results of the sleuthing will be

printed-with only one delet ion
in the June Gargoyle, called Garg
Investigates. Efforts of University
authorities to quash the issue have
thus far been unsuccessful, since
no member of the staff will betray
the literary editor and tell w hat<
printer has the final dummy.
"We'll beat it out of them.
Strope exclaimed, burning a Tech-
nic. "We'll investigate the inves-
tigators, fight fire with fire!"
Strope has been indicted twice on,
arson charges, but acquitted both
times for technical reasons. BETH LAIKIN
"I'd like to help too, ' Doug
Parker, crossword puzzle fan and l op woodI Pla
new associate editor, said plain- I
tively, "but I always get confused. r
Parker drools slightly, but is oth- o
erwise quite incompetent, i)eu H r
mTheJune Gargoyle, which re- Robert True's Hopwood Award
tails at a ridiculously low price, lay "I nSpite of Heaven" will
contains 36 full pages of investi- open at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
gations into the Union, the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
League, the Faculty, the Cost of The three-act historical comedy,
Living, Campus Chivalry, the which will be presented tomorrow
Daily, the Ensian, Housing, Dissa- through Saturday, stars John Bab-
pation and the Life of a Dean. ington in the role of Moliere and
Its cover and its pages are printed Norma Metz as his wife. Other
in pantie pink, main supporting members of the
"Ah, I wonder whether 'tis nob- cast include Ann Myerson. John
ler in the mind to suffer the slings Sargent, Leo Fogelman, James
and arrows of outrageous fortune. Holmes. Philip Snyder, Phillis Mc-
or to buy a Gargoyle," Jerome S. Voy. Patricia Chaffee. Beth Laik-
Hamlet, graduating staff member in. William Flaswamp and Albert
observed, twanging his bowstring. Mellen.

Bart king Talk..
John R. Wilt. vice-president of
the Manufacturers' National Bank,
of Detroit, will speak today on
"A Look at Banking" at 8 p.m. in
Rm. 308 of the Union under thej
auspices of Delta Sigma Pi. pro-
fessional business administration
fraternity.
Bible Stucky .'.
"The Godhead" will be the I
sublject of the Michigan Chris-I
tian Fellowship's weekly Bible
Study to be held at 8 p.m. to-
day in Lane Hall.
Radio De ositrtiii . .
Techniques of broadcasting a
dramatic skit will be demonstrat-
ed in the radio drama. "Expert
Opinion." to be presented by the
speech department at 4 p.m. to-
day in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
The various tasks included in
broadcasting a drama, from de-
vising sound effects to handling a
microphone, will be explained. The
play is open to the public.
* * *

Churdu Discussion . ..
Discussion groups of the New-
man Club will meet immediately
folloving devotions at 7:30 p.m.
today at St. Mary's Chapel.
* * *
Suuden flecital ..,
Edwin C. Kruth, clarinetit.,
Ivill present a recital at 8:30 p.m.
tomorrow in Racklham Assembly
Ball.
le has selected numbers by
Mozart, Guilhand-Pauquot, F.
Ieruck. Gabriel GIrovlez and
E. Desportes.
I *
Throop To &'m aA' ..
Following the initiation of ucw
members into Pi Kappa Lambda,
honorary musical society, Prof.
Palmer Throop of the history de-
partment, will discuss "Medieval
and Renaissance Patronage of
Music" at 4:15 p.m. tonmorrov in
the Rackham Amphitheatre.
The lecture is open to the pub-
lie.
* * *
Percival Price. University car-
illonnf ur will resntn 1n all-Mo-

Campus Hiohliirlits

DILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 4)
3. Correspondence
4. Legislature Committee for
summer session
5. Election of NSO delegates and
alternates
6. Cabinet appointments to
men's judiciary council
Delta Sigma Pi, professional
Business Administration fratern-
ity, will sponsor a speech by Mr.
John R. Wilt, Vice-President of
The Manufacturers' N a t i o n a 1
Bank of Detroit, entitled "A Look
at Banking," at 8 p.m. Rm. 308,
Union. The public is invited to
hear this survey of opportunities
for young men in the banking pro-
fession. Business meeting for ac-
tive members of fraternity follow-
ing speech. Pledge meet 7 p.m.
Rm. 308.
Phi Delta Kappa, national pro-
fessional fraternity in Education.
Meeting and coffee hour, 4:10
p.m., Smoking Room, University
Elementary School (Rm. 2435).
Scabbard and Blade: 8:30 p.m.,
Rm. 304, Michigan Union. Election
of officers.
English Journal Club, 8 p.m.,
West Conference Room, Rackham
Bldg. Mr. George McEwen will
speak on "A Definition of Impres-
sionistic Criticism." Refreshments.
Deutscher Verein cabinet: Spe-

cial meeting, 5 p.m., Rm. 306, Un-
iversity Hall. All officers requested
to be present.
Sociedad Hispanica. Election of
officers for the coming year, 4:15
p.m., Rm. 108 Romance Languages
Bldg. All members urged to at-
tend.
Michigan Dames, Bridge Group,
8 p.m., Michigan League.
Le Malade Imaginaire: Mem-
bers of the cast, please call at once
for the picture of the play, Rm.
112, Romance Language Depart-
ment.
Corning Events
Michigan Chapter AAUP will
hold its annual meeting in the
lunchroom of the Faculty Club
Thursday evening, May 22. Join
cafeteria line at 6:15. Business
meeting and "Report on Ger-
many," by James K. Pollock.
Annual golf tournament for
faculty members will be held Sat-
urday afternoon, May 24, starting
at 2:15, University Golf Course.
Individuals who would like to play
and have not yet signed up should
call the Intramural Sports De-
partment, 8109. Groups of two,
three, or four may play together.
The name of the winner will be in-
scribed on the golf trophy in the
University Club.
American Chemical Society. U.
of M. Section: Fri., May 23, 4:15
p.m., Rm. 151, Chemistry Bldg. Dr.

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"Sit this One Out?"
(And we DO MEAN extra
summer school activities!)
OF COURSE NOT
-you're no wallflower!

Peter Debye of Cornell University
will speak on "Molecular Weight
Determination key Light Scatter-
ing." The public is invited.
The Ordnance Department of
ROTC will present Professor J. A.
Bolt of the University of Michigan
on 22 May, Rm. 303, W. Engineer-
ing Annex at 7:30 p.m. The sub-
ject: "Basic Theory of Carbure-
tion and Problems in Mass Pro-
duction of Carburetors." Mr. Bolt
was in charge of Aircraft Carbure-
tor Research at Bendix Aircraft
during the war. Open meeting.
Women's Glee Club Final prac-
tice of the year, Thurs., May 22, 4
p.m., ABC Room, Michigan
League. It is imperative that every
member attend.
Pi Kappa Lambda Initiation:
Thurs., May 22, 3:30 p.m., East
Conference R o o m, Rackham
Bildg.
Prof. Palmer Throop of the His-
tory Department will speak on
"Medieval and Renaissance Pat-
ronage in Music," at 4:15; Rack-
ham Amphitheatre. Lecture open
to public.
U. of M. Radio Club. Final meet-
ing of semester, Thurs., May 22,
7:30 p.m., Rm. 229, W. Engineer-
ing Bldg.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Dr. W.
H. Hobbs of the geology depart-
ment will speak on "The Champ-
ion Explorer of Fiction," at 4 p.m,
Thurs., May 22, Rm. 2054, Natural
Science Bldg. All interested per-
sons are invited.
Kappa Kappa Psi Business meet-
ing, Thurs., May 22, 6:30 p.m.
Rm. 316, Michigan Union. Special
Glee Club rehearsal.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity,
Epsilon Chapter, Thurs., May 22,
7 p.m., Michigan Union.
Sociedad Hispanica invites all
members to a reception, in honor
of the cast of "Los Intereses Cre-
ados," Thurs., May 22, 7:30 p.m..
International Center. Officers for
coming year will be introduced
and winners of the three scholar-
ships to the University of Mexico
will be announced. Program- and
refreshments. Final meeting of
year.
"Four Hearts," Russian film
comedy, English subtitles will be
presented at 8 p.m. Saturday, Hill
Auditorium under auspices of
Russky Kruzhok, Russian Circle.
Ann Arbor Library Club: 8 p.m.,
Thurs., May 22, West Lecture
Room, Rackham Bldg. Election of
officers for the coming year. Mr.
A. F. Sherzer will show movies tak-
en onhis trip on the Hudon's Bay
supply boat into the eastern Ar-
tic.
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Wesleyan Refresher. zart program at 7:15 p.m. tomor-
row.
Wesleyan Guild will hold its Le Nozze de Figaro, Don Giovan-
weekly refresher at 4 p.m. to- ni and Die Zauberflote will be in-
day in the Guild Lounge. cluded in the concert.

Begin YOUR extra-curricular activity
now by dropping into the Michigan Daily
Business staff to check on those summer
positions.
Do you like advertising ... accounting
. . . promotions. . . personal contact work
... the satisfied feeling of doing some-
thing really important? If so, the Busi-
ness staff is your field. Check up on it
NOW - don't just "sit this one out"
during summer school.

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