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TO AID HOMELAND:
Indian Engineering Institute
Schedules New Delhi Parley
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The Indian Institute of Chemi-
cal Engineering is taking a new
step in its program to provide more
chemical engineers for India in
scheduling a New Delhirmeeting
for next March-the first to be
held in India.
India industrialists and offi-
cials of the new Indian National
Government are expected to attend
the meeting which should launch
the Institute toward its ultimate
goal-"to rectify the deficiencies
in Indian industrial planning and
to work toward raising the stand-
ard of living in the country."
Organized Branches
After the past few months work
or organizing branches of the In-
stitute in colleges throughout the
country, Gopal Tripathi, 27 year
old graduate student and president
of the University chapter, feels
that "the time has cometfor the
beginning of the Institute's ac-
tual work in my homeland." At
least 150 chemical engineers will
be trained in the United States
and the prospects for a larger
number are good, according to
Tripathi.
Recently the Michigan chapter
has been sending questionnaires to
leading Indian industrialists to de-
termine their reactions to the pro-
posed establishment there of the
Institute. The questionnaire asked
for opinions on such questions as

Jazz Society
Battles Over
BewBop ]iiirc
(Continued from Page 1)
lections that they formed the
Society, and it has been meeting
every Sunday evening since.
Today, the Hot Record Society
has a membership of 35, practic-
ally all of whom are collectors of
jazz records. Old phonograph rec-
ords can sometimes be very valu-
able, according to Raphael. One
member of the Society has a col-
lectors item worth 50 dollars.
Raphael also knows of a men who
has a complete collection of Duke
Ellington records and is willing
to sell it - for only $6,000.
Guest Jazz Artists
Every other Sunday the Hot
Record Society plays hostato jazz
artists from all over the state whd
put on a huge jam session. The
intervening meetings of the So-
ciety are spent in rapturous con-
templation of the recorded works
of such jazzmen as Muggsy Span-
ier, Miff Mole and Pewee Russell.
"Let no one have any false
ideas about the Society," Raphael
declares. All discussions of jazz
are deep and penetrating." He
says that each week everyone
agrees not to argue, but somehow
or other, the Be-Boppers and the
Mouldy Figs clash sometime dur-
ing the evening.
New York Riot
Although Raphael admits that i
recently it took a New York City
police riot squad to settle a ser-
ious 52nd street jazz discussion
between Be-Bop and Mouldy Fig
musicians armed with clarinets
and old horns, he says that there
will never be any such brawls here
on campus.
"Instead, we'll continue our
very intellectual meetings," he
says, "and everyone is welcome to
come." Raphael admitted that
probably any professor who
showed up would turn out to be
a Mouldy Fig.

Sample Prints
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For Art Loans SAVE TIME!
To Be Shown~i
The propC-Sed University lenduing
library of famous art prints came
a step nearer reality yesterday
with the announcement that a rep-
resentative group of the paintings Buy a
will go on display Monday in the
second floor hallway of the
League.
The 17 prints to be on display
all 'next week are a sample of some
of the 450 prints donated to the
University by the J. L. Hudson
Co., Detroit, for student use. It
is expected that all 450 prints will
be framed and available for stu-
dent use by the beginning of the
fall term, according to Erich.A.
Walter, Director of the Office of WALKING TIME: UNION TO FERRY FIELD
Student Affairs.
Final plans for th1e allotment 12min.
of the prints have not yet been
formulated. It is expected that WHIZZER TIME: UNION TO FERRY FiELD
students will be allowed to select 3min.
one print per semester to place
in their rooms. Because of the A WH IZZER MOTOR BIKE SAVES
limited number of prints now YOU TIME AND ITS MONEY-SAVING, TOO
available, apriority system of
allocation will have to be worked A PENNY BUYS A 6 MILE RIDE
out, according to Mr. Walter.
The prints come in three sizes
and will be lent to the student STOL L BICYCLE & MOTOR SALE
through the Office of Student Af-
fairs. A small fee will be charged 424 South State Phone 7187
for semester rental.

RUSSIAN COMEDY-Valenina Serova and Eugene Samilov are
pictured in a scene from "Four Hearts", Russian comedy film to
be presented at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Lydia Mendelssoln Theatre
by the tut sian Cir-le.
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ROTC Cadets
Are Honored
Seven ROTC cadets were hon-
ored yesterday for exceptional rec-
ords during the course of the se-
mester.
The Chicago Tribune awards,
given to the outstanding senior
and junior cadets, were awarded
to Joseph A. Baclawski and Rol-
ert H. Ware, senior and junior re-
spectively.
The Ordinance Association
award, given on the basis of
scholastic achievement in a tech-
nical school and the ROTC pro-
gram, was awarded to Robert E.
Rugar.
The ROTC marksmanship med-
als were awarded to Joseph A.
Baclawski, Keith E. DeMerritt,
Russell W. Parkinson, Jr., William
R. Fouch and John A. Sherzer.
Scholarships Awarded
1o University of Mexico
Summer scholarships to the Uni-
versity of Mexico were awarded
yesterday to Gerald Dykstra, Mar-
garet Botsford and Dolores Earl
by Sociedad Hispanica at their
last meeting of the year.

GOPAL TRIPATHI
whether the formation of such a
society would be advisable, and
whether the organization would
afford any special and important
advantages. Out of 50 answers re-
ceived only one expressed com-
ments unfavorable to the pro-
gram.
To Raise Standards
After establishing the Institute
in India, members will seek rec-
ognition from the Indian govern-
ment by raising the standards of
the chemical engineering profes-
sion there.
Also included in the future
plans of the group is the establish-
ment of a new pharmaceutical in-
dustry, a field which has not been
introduced' in India to any extent.
Chapters of the Institute have been
established recently at the Illi-
nois Institute of Technology,
Northwestern University, Brooklyn
Polytechnic Institute, Columbia
University, and the University of
Pittsburgh.
Fordham University
SCHOOL OF LAW
NEW YORK
Three-Year Day Course
Four-Year Evening Course
CO-EDUCATIONAL
Member Assn. of American Law Schools
Accredited College Degree Required
for 'Admission
Veterans of world War II who have
completed two yeaht of college work
toward accredited degree may matric-
ulate within one year of honorable
discharge.
Ftuxl transcript of record required
in every case.
FIRST YEAR CLASS BEGINS
September 29, 1947
For further information address
Registrar
Fordham University School of Law
302 Broadway, New York 7, N. Y.

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Movies on South.. .
"And 'So They Live" and "The
New South," two films depicting
the efforts made to solve the prob-
lems of the South will be shown at
7:30 p.m. today in the Interna-
tional Center.
Baritone Recitalr. .
Accompanied by Robert Hen-
derson and a string quartet,
Howard Hatton, baritone, will
present a recital at 8:30 p.m. to-
day in Rackham Assembly Hall.

"Newman Club ...
Newman Club will hold an
open house from 8 p.m. to mid-
night today at St. Mary's Chapel.
WilowDance...
The West Lodge social commit-
tee will present another in its se-
ries of weekly dances at 8:30 p.m.
today.
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Diamonds
and
Wedding
ring.
717 North University Ave.

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