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Campus Highlights

Lecture...
(Continued from ftge 1)

Play By °U' Teaching Fell
Will Be Given In New Yor

vie . .

'The Skeleton on Horseback,"
-Munich Czech film with syn-
onized English dialogue, con-
tes at 8:30 p.m. today and to-
rrow at the Lydia Mendels-
in Theatre.
[he picture is presented by
Art Cinema League. Tickets
I be sold at the theatre box
ice from 2 to 8:30 p.m. to-
y and tomorrow.
emistry Lecture .
r. Kathleen Lbnsdale, British
zority on subjects of molecular
crystal structure, will lecture
1:15 p.m. today in Rm. 303
mistry Building on "The Struc-
of Real Crystals."
ie lecture is under the aus-
s of the University section of
American Chemical Society.
Lonsdale is a Fellow of the
al Society, an author of works
rganic chemistry, and at pres-
is doing research work at the
al Institute at London.
riduate Speech Club
the speech department Grad-
e Study Club will meet at
0 p.m. Monday in the West
nference Room of the Rack-
m. Building.
the program will consist of
iews of articles from Speech
nographs 1946 by graduate
dents in the department.

Center Tea Dane .. .
The regular weekly tea dance
will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. today
in the International Center.
1lillel Discussion .. .
Rev. Edward Redman of the
Unitarian Church wil discuss
"Brotherhood" at 7:45 p.m. to-
day in the B'nai B'rith hillel
Foundation.
A social hour will follow the
address.
German Coffee Hour.. .
The German department will
hold the second of a series of
weekly coffee and conversation
hours frofn 3 to 5 p.m. today in the
League Cafeteria.
Purpose of the gatherings is to
permit the speaking of German in
4n informal atmosphere. All Ger-
man students are invited.
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Scientist Meeting . .
The University of Michigan Sci-
entists will meet at 8 p.m. Monday
in the Rackham Amphitheatre.
The program will feature two
slide films, "How to Live with the
Atom" and "World Control of
Atomic Energy." A business meet-
ing will follow the films. The
principal item on the agenda will
be the election of officers..

TRUCK COLLISION SLOSES RIDGE ROUTE-Traffic on the Ridge Route, main highway between
Southern California and the San Jaoquin Valley, is closed by the wreckage of two trucks, one carrying
Butane and the other horses, which collided head-on. Two horses were killed.

IMPOTENT CONGRESS:
Lack of Vision in Republican
Party Cited by Mrs. Clapper

(Continued from Page 1)
people. McKellar has been ming
the police tactics of a totalitarian
state, she charged.
"I have seen the committee

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hearings," Mrs. Clapper said, "and
I realized that the effect on a
sensitive, intellectual person such
as Dave Lilienthal of this con-
tinual finger-pointing is worse
than physical torture." She com-
mended Lilienthal for doing "a
great job" with the TVA, and said
that without the TVA functioning
as it did, we would have no atom
bomb.
Mrs. Clapper said that after
completing her present tour, she
is going to leave the lecture plat-
form, because she feels that lec-
turing "won't accomplish what I
want to do - to make my small
contribution toward a rational and
peaceful world."
"Perhaps it's because I'm from
a newspaper family," she said,
"but the written word has always
seemed to me to be the most per-
manent and effective medium."
"I'll miss the contacts with the
people that you get on a lecture
tour, though," she added. "In
Washington you see the trees -
the troubles and dangers - and
can't see the forest - the strength
of the American people."
DAILY
OFFICIAL -
BULLETIN.
(Continued from Page 4)
winter sports at 2:30 p.m., Sun.,
Feb. 23, Northwest Entrance,
Rackham Bldg. Sign up before 5
p.m., Fri., Feb. 21, at the check
desk in the Rackham Bldg. '.
Scalp and Blade: 7:15 p.m., Sun.,
Feb., 23, Michigan Union. All
members and rushees are urged to
attend.
Le Cerele Francais: Mon., Feb.
24, 8 p.m., Rm. 305, Michigan Un-
ion. Dr. Francis Gravit, of the
Romance Language Department,
will speak on "Souvenirs de Prov-
ence." Social hour and group
singing. New Members accepted
at meeting. Old members urged to
at tendc.
Gamma Delta, Lutheran' Club:
George Washington Party, 8:15
p.m., Sat., Feb. 22, at the Student
Center.

Church News
The annual Father and Son
Banquet will be held at 6:30 p.m.
today in the First Baptist Church.
Any student wishing to attend
may call Rev. C. H. Loucks.
Women of the ROGER WIL-
LIAMS GUILD will hold a sewing
party at 8 p.m. today in the
Guild House to, make doll dresses
for the child patients at the Uni-
versity Hospital.
S:b *
A Backwards Party will be given
by the WESLEYAN GUILD at 8:30
p.m. today. In carrying out the
theme of the party, those attend-
ing will dress backwards.
p * *
An open house especially for
new students will be held at 8:30
p.m. today in the Presbyterian
Church by the WESTMINSTER
GUILD.
Margaret S. Crofoot will be at
the Presbyterian church house to-
day to interview anyone interested
in the Westminster Fellowship
summer program.
Tickets On Sale
For March Opera,
Mail orders are being accepted
now for tickets to Mozart's "The
Marriage of Figaro," to be given
by the speech department's play
production classes and the music
school.
The opera will be presented on
March 11 through 15. Requests for
tickets should indicate a definite
night.
The production will be directed
by Prof. Valentine Windt of the
speech department and Prof.
Wayne Dunlap of the music school.
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not supporting the Lilienthal-At-
chison-Baruch plan for interna-
tonal control of atomic energy, he
will be called back into the service
of the country come depression,l
trouble or war.1
Harold Stassen is the only man
of all the possible Republican can-
didates for president in 1948 who1
has definitely come out and ,d-
mitted that his hat is in the ring,
Mrs. Clapper pointed out. "He isi
trying to fix it so that everybody"
in the United States will know
where he stands on the vital is-
sues," she said, "and this is very
different from the other candi-
dates. But we are getting tired
of these coy individuals."
Stassen's present chances of get-
ting the nomination are about one
in 10, she estimated. The Repub-
lican old guard-the same old
guard as in Hoover's day--don't
want him. "They broke Willkie's1
heart," she declared, "but Stassen1
has a very stout Scandinavian1
heart.";
Frosh Hopwood
Winners Notified
Winners of the Freshman Hop-
wood contest awards for the fall
semester have been informed by
special delivery letter, Mary
Cooley, assistant to the director of
Hopwood Award contests, an-
nounced yeste'day.
Presentation of awards will be
made by Dean Hayward Keniston,
of the literary college, at 3 p.m.
today in Rm. 1210 Angell Hall.
ROTC To Sponsor
Field Trip to Ohio
The Ordnance Department of
the ROTC will sponsor a field trip
to Ravenna Arsenal, Apco, Ohio,
next weekend.
The tour will le'ave Ann Arbor
at 5 p.m. Thursday and return
Sunday. Faculty members and vet-
erans in the technical colleges-in-
terested in making the trip are
asked to contact Major H. E. Por-
ter at Army Headquarters before
Monday.
Works of George Grosz
To Be Exhibited Here
Work by George Grosz, an ar-
tist noted for his drawings, water
colors, and oils, will be exhibited
by the Museum of Art beginning
today in the West Gallery of
Alumni Memorial Hall.
The display will be on exhibit
until March 4, Prof. Jean P. Slus-
ser, acting director of the Museum
of Art, said.

"O'Daniel," a new play written
by Glendon Swarthout, University
teaching fellow, and John Sava-
cool, of Summit, N.J., will be pre-
sented for the first time Sunday
by the Experimental Theatre, Inc.
in New York.
The authors were recently
awarded the $500 Theatre Guild
Mystery Play
ToBe Given ,
Here in March
"The Perfect Alibi," a mystery
play by the English author and
poet A. A. Mlne, will be presented
by the Detroit Dramatic Guild
March 5 and 6 at Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre, Charles D. Adams.
director and producer announced.
This performance will mark the
first Ann Arbor appearance of the
group which, endorsed by a group
of Detroit businessmen, has receiv-
ed the cooperation of professional
radio and motion picture talent
from among Michigan's actors.
The play, which features an "on
Stage" murder, will star Randee
Sanford, Fritz Hyde, Robert Dale
and Robert Walker.

Kenton is strictly stratc
stuff in popularity polls v
powerhouse drive. Capitol
album"Artistry in Rhyth
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excitng, original comp
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Armed Service Award in Playv
ing for their drama. Five
awards were offered this yea
encourage veterans intereste
drama.
The Experimental Theatre
new organization established
ing the current season to pro
the work of untried playwri
"O'Daniel" will be the second
series of five to be presented
winter.
Swarthout began work on
play with Savacool while both
serving with the Third Infa
Division in Europe. Work or
play was finished in the En
department here and revised
year in consultation with the
department of the Theatre C
Swarthout is studming fo
Ph.D. while serving as a teac
fellow in English. His home
Detroit.
Polonia Society...
Polonia Society has electe
following officers for the sl
semester: Walter J. Warzt
president; Arthur Laczynski,
president; Norbert Podgorski,
retary; Ben Polcyn, treas
Clare Skowronski, program c
man.

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VA Report Must
Include Bonuses
The Veterans Administration,
announced yesterday that students
under the GI Bill engaged in out-
side work must include bonus pay-
ments as part of their earnings in
reports to the VA.

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U. of M. Chapter I.Z.F.A. pre-
sents Rabbi Jacob E. Segal, who
will speak on "Palestine: 20 Years
Ago and Now," 8 p.m., Sun., Feb.
23, B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation.
All are invited.

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