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THE MICHIGAN DA ILY

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WILLOW DEDICATION:
Seven Airlines Will Exhibit
Newest Types ofAirplanes

An exhibit of latest types of ail
transportation will iiprecede the
dedication of Willow Rtun Airport
Thursday, May 29, to peace-time
and educational use.
Seven major airlines now using
the University-owned airport will
display a \artin 202, a Constel-
lation, three army-type transports
and a helicopter, according to
Prof. Emerson W. Conlon, chair-
man of the aeronautical engineer-
ing department.
Village o ouncil
Elects Off icers

Professionals Asked
To Give Advisory Aid
Three University students were
elected to office in the Willow Vil-
lage council and by-laws were
adopted at its third weekly meet-
ing.
John Powers, '48L was elected
president of the 20 member coun-
cil. Other officers are Burleson
Fitzharris, Grad, vice-president;
Robert Pattee, law student, secre-
tary, and Carlton R. Commander,
federal government employe inDe-
troit, treasurer.
The Council also acted favor-
ably on a motion to issue an ap-
peal to professionals residing in
the village to offer advisory serv-
ice on engineering, legal and pub-
licity problems. Powers asked that
qualified experts contact the coun-
cilman in their district.
Nextumeeting of the recently
constituted Council will be at 8
p.m. Tuesday in the Community
Building.
Extra Courses
May Be Giveni
If summer session engineering
students show sufficient demand
for courses not listed in the col-
lege's announcement, every effort
will be made to include them in
the summer curriculum, Assistant
Dean Walter J. Emmons said yes-
terday.
In a questionnaire administered
at the beginning of the fall semes-
ter, approximately 1,400 engineer-
ing students indicated plans to at-
tend the summer session. Dean
[van C. Crawford said that ap-
proximately three-fourths of the
engineering faculty will be teach-
ing this summer.
Spanish Play Cast
Will Be Honored
The cast of "Los Intereses Cre-
ados" will be honored at a recep-
tion to be given by members of
Sociedad Hispanica at 7:30 p.m.
today in the International Cen-
ter.
The new officers of the society,
Gerald Dykstra, president;
Jeanne North, vice-president; Do-
lores Earl, secretary; and, Al Ka-
cavakis, treasurer, will be intro-
duced.
Winners of three scholarships
to the University of Mexico will be
announced at the reception, which
will be the final meeting of the
year.
Sigma Delta Chi Initiates
15 Student Journalists
Fifteen students were initiated
into Sigma Delta Chi, national
professional journalism society, in
% ceremony held yesterday in the
Union.
The new members include: John
Campbell, J. Phillips Franklin,
Ronald C. Haskell, Burrell M. Hen-
dershot, Arthur Higbee, Irving
Kalin, Robert L. Lent and Freder-
ick C. Lindberg.
Also initiated were: Cleve L.
Mathews, Milton J. Moscowitz,
Harry E. Oliver, Clyde Recht,
Stanley Sauerhaft, Jack D. Strohm
and Malcolm T. Wright.

The airport dedication will be a1
)art of Michigan Aviation Week,
Prof. Conlon said.
Research ProgramJ
The University was granted the
1,916-acre airport in February by
the War Assets Administration on
the condition that it be maintain-
'd for public and educational use.
At present the field is site of a
$2,000,000 aeronautical research
program, conducted by the Uni-
versity.
Included in this work is a sup-
rsonic wind tunnel, capable of
simulating speeds up to 3,500 miles
per hour.
Seventy graduate students now
aid in the research work, which in-
,ludes high-altitude meteorologi-
cal experimentation conducted for
the Signal Corps.
Aviation Broadcast
Observing both the Willow Run
Airport dedication and National
Aviation Week, the University
Broadcasting Service will present
a special aviation program on its
regular "Stump the Professor"
show at 2:30 p.m. Saturday over
station WJR.
The panel includes Dr. Frank l
E. Robbins, assistant to the presi-
dent; Prof. David T. Williams of
the engineering research depart-
ment; Prof. George Kiss of the
geography department; Prof. Con-
lon, and William B. Stout, chair-
man of the state department of
aeronautics.
Russian .Film
To Be Shown
"Four Hearts," a Russian com-
edy-romance, will be presented by
Russky Kruzhok, the Russian Cir-
cle, at 8 p.m. Saturday in Hill Au-
ditorium..
Produced by Mosfilm Studios,
"Four Hearts" is the first film re-
vealing the lighter side of life in
the Soviet Union to' come out of
Russia since the war.
It stars Valentina Serova, lead-
ing Soviet stage and screen actress,
and Eugene Samoilov, new Rus-
sian screen personality.
English sub-titles are provided.
Tickets for the movie are on sale
at the League and Union, and will
be sold Saturday at Hill Audito-
rium boxoffice.
Picti.res 4Avail able
Pictures of Michigras, the IFC
Ball and the Olympic Ball are now
available at the Student Book Ex-
change.
No orders for pictures will be
accepted after Friday.

BookExc ange
Will Receive
Texis for Sle
To Be -in Summer
OperaticinS Juite 24.4
The Student Book Exchange will
begin today to accept books from
students for sale during the sum-
mer session and the fall term,
Ken Bissell, Exchange manager,
announced yesterday.
Beginning June 20, the Book
Exchange will resume operation
after the interval between terms
and will operate on a full-time
basis for the balance of the sum-
mer session.
Under the Book Exchange plan_
suents may turn their books ov-
er to the Exchange for sale, plac-
ing their own price on them, and
will receive checks at the end of
the term for all books sold less
a ten percent deduction to meet
operational expenses.
Obsolete Texts
Obsolete texts currently held at
the Exchange must be claimed by
their owners within the next week,
Bissell said. All books remaining
unclaimed after this time will be
donated to the University of the
Philippines or to the Chinese Uni-
versity, he said.
The following books were listed
as obsolete: "Germany Under Oc-
cupation," Pollock and Meisel,
1946 edition; Selected "Scientific
German Vocabulary," Striedieck;
"From Beowulf to Thomas Hardy,"
Shafer; "Eleven British Writers,"
Osgood and Herrick; "Great Ehg-
lish Writers," Campbell-Craig-
Pyre-Thomas; "Psychology of
Human Living," Langer; "College
Algebra," Rosenbach and Whit-
man; "Alternate Spanish Review
Grammar," Seymour-Carnahan-
Hespelt; "Patterns for Living,"
Campbell-V a n Gundy-Shrodes;
Love's Calculus, third edition;
"Spanish-American Life," Crow;
"Source Book on Sociology,"
Young.
Cheeks Held
Checks for books sold during the
past term are now being mailed to
,Audents, the first lot having been
mailed May 19.
Nine checks are being held at
the Book Exchange for students
whose addresses are unknown.
The following students may obtain
them by calling or notifying the
Exchange of their address: Thom-
as Dowling, Elizabeth I. Gauthier,
Robert M. Moore, John Paul, Ann
Presnett, Betty Schetzer, Helen
Smith, Frank Young and Eliza-
beth Leuen.
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ent apter of the American in h pie( was. t' va 1. 'Oid neconc o be ,(t. jngit al .* .
stitute of Metallurgical Engineers i orined.
will hold its first annual banquet* * Edwin C. Kruth, clarinetist, will
at 6:30 p.m. today in the Union Ceology Talk present a recital at 8:30 p.m. to-
Don M. McCutcheon, head of * day in Rackham Assembly Hall.
applied physics research at the Prof. W. ti. Hobbs, of the geo- IHe will be assisted by Beatrice
Ford Motor Company, will speak logy department, will speak on Jean Gaal and Nelson Hauenstein.
on "Seeing is Believing." In his "The Champion Explorer of The recital will include numbers
talk he will attempt to differenti- Fiction" at 4 p.m, today in Rm. by Mozart, Guilhaud-Paquot, F.
ate between scientific far(t ad 2054 of the Natural Science Decruck, Gavriel Grovlez, E. Des-
scientific "quack." Iluilding, at a meeting of Sigma portes, and Saint-Saens.
Gamma Epsilon, honorary geo- * I *
TIhI oop To Speak ,,logy fraternity.
The meeting will be open to * - * ' S pper .
Prof. Palmer Throop of the the public.

Teachers Duty
Is Described
Need For Leaderhip
Ih Stressed by Elliot
Teachers have an obligation to
provide leadership for democracy
on a community, state and world
basis, Dr. Eugene B. Elliot, state
superintendent of public instrue-
tion, declared yesterday in an ad-
dress at the annual edutatiion
school convocation.
If managed with that point in
view, the schools may become en-
ters of community living, Dr El-
Hot told the group of honor stui
dents, who will receive theirI
teacher's certificates this year.
Through their various orga z
tions, teachers may provide .tate
leadership in initiating education-
al legislation, and through the
United Nations educational organ-
ization, they have an opportunity
to lead a world effort to break
down international barriers, 1h
said.
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history department will speak
at 4:15 p.m. today at Rackham
amphitheatre, following th an-
ual initiation meeting of Pi Kap-
pa Lambda, national honorary
music society.
The lecture will be open to the
public.
Financial Lecture . . .

Report on Geriany . .
A "Report on Germany" by Prof.
James K.. Pollock of the political
science department will follow the
election of officers at the annual
meeting of the Michigan Chapter
of the American Association of
University Professors, to be held

Wesleyan Guild will hold its
annual banquet honoring grad -
uating seniors at 6 p.m. tomor-
row in the social hall of the
Methodist Church.
Reservations must be made
by noon today at the Guild of-
fice, phone 6881.
Initir Cards . . .

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Louis Schimmnl, director of at 6:15.m. today in the Union Union life membership cards
the Michigan Municipal Advisory cafetelia. will be available from 8 a.m. to
Council, will give a talk on "State The meeting will be open to 5 p.m. this week in the Union
Supervision of Local Financial members only. business office.
Practices" at the first meeting * * . *
of the chapter of the American C'arilfiEnt (C;oiert . . . Nursing Tea . . .
Society of Public Administrators
at 7:30 p.m. today in the Rack- Percival Price, University car- A tea for women interested in
ham East Conference Room. illoneur, will present an all-Mo- nursing will be given by the School
Formerly only a national organ- zart recital at 7:15 p.m. today. of Nursing from 3 to 4:30 p.m. to-
ization, the society recently estab- He will play selections from morrow in Couzens Hall.

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