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Airlines Executive To Discuss
Commercial Aviation Trends

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Present status and future possibili-
ties of air transportation wiii be dis-
cussed by Robert J. Wilson, vice-
president of Capital Airlines-PCA, at
an open meeting to be held at 7:30
p.m. Monday in the Union Ballroom.
The meeting, designed to acquaint
students interested in aviation as a
career with various phases of com-

Vets Bureau
Heads To Meet
Seven Schools Send
Representatives Here
Representatives from veterans serv-
ice bureaus from seven leading mid-
western universities will discuss
methods and techniques for aiding
the student veteran at a conference
sponsored by the University Veterans
Service Bureau Monday and Tuesday.
Ohio State, Illinois, Northwestern,
Chicago, Wisconsin, and Minnesota
are sending delegates to the confer-
ence to hear an address by T. O. Hall,
Chief, Advisement and Guidance Di-
vision, Branch Office, Columbus, O.,
on the "Relation of university service
bureaus to the Veterans Administra-
tion," and to exchange ideas on the
solutions of problems affecting their
organizations.
Meetings of the conference will be.
open to all persons, particularly vet-
erans, who are interested in attending
the lectures and seminars,
* * *
V A Warns Vets
Student veterans were advised
again yesterday by W. L. Wallace,
local VA chief, to notify the Veterans
Administration of changes of ad-
dress in order to insure prompt re-
ceipt of subsistence checks.
Wallace asked student veterans to
notify the local VA office in Rm. 100,
Rackham as soon as they change
address.
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mercial aviation, will be sponsored
by the student branches of the Insti-
tote of the Aeronautical Sciences, the
American Society of Civil Engineers,
and the Society of Automotive Engi-
neeis. Alpha Kappa Psi and Delta
Sigma Pi, business administration
school fraternities, will also.sponsor
the talk.
'U' Graduate
Mr. Wilson, who received his A.B.
degree at the University in 1925 and
was graduated from the law school in
1x29, is expected to take his audi-
ence"behind the scenes" in commer-
cial aviation.
The meeting will be preceded by a
dinner to be held at the Union for
members of the faculty most interest-
ed in air transportation.
Prof. Roger L. Morrison of the
highway engineering and transpor-
tation departments indicated that
there was a possibility that the now-
extinct Transportation Club would
be revived, depending upon the stu-
dent response to the air transporta-
tion meeting.
Plans for Course
Courses in air transportation have
been considered by the University for
some time. At the present time, both
the engineering college and the busi-
ness administration school are re-
ported to be working on plans for a
course on airline operation.
One of the main difficulties en-
countered in planning such a course
is expected to be securing the teach-
ing personnel. Technical courses on
aviation are now offered by the civil
and aeronautical engineering depart-
ments.
Workers Need
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S ojal Guidane
Industry has awakened to the fact
that man is more than a machine,
and that social engineering may be
as important as technical progress,
Prof. Harlan C. Koch of the School
of Education said yesterday.
Referring to the need for personal
counseling, Prof. Koch declared that
guidance is more than a classroom
technique and that the field is rapid-
ly growing, its usefulness being rec-
ognized in industry as well as in edu-
cation.
"Personal counseling to solve hu-
man problems makes better workers,
citizens, and church members," Prof.
Koch stated.
Although it is evident that the need
for counselors is growing, trained
personnel is still scarce, Prof. Koch
said. Counselors needmore than
"school training," he added; tbey
need actual work experience in indus-
try or labor.

looking for a house?
You may catch a glimpte of one
ts t- li time2at'ulday at tihe
f Mitli MtDi M ax f too tball
nnc len ithe University Marching
Bsnd undertakes some construction.
The band, directed by William D.
Revelli and Assistant Conductor Har-
(ld Ferguson, will present a routine
based on the housing shortage. Hero
of the skit, which was originated by
George Cavender, publicity manager,
will be former Pfc. Elmer Zilch, now
(,ivilian Zilch. His understandable
citest for a home will be the theme of
tiff, performance.
The pie-game activities of the band
will feature a new, and different en-
trance onto the field, followed by the
usual flag-raising ceremony. Drum
Majors Norman Pollard, '49E, and
Lynn Stedman, Jr., Navy veteran who
expects to receive a degree in busi-
ness administration next February,
will also perform.
In addition, Northwestern's band
will appear at the game.

ciuded in Varsity Night will be made
tomirow afternoon b, William
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Conit ol0id Ma.11n tiiL, an d
the Varsity Night Commite
Try-outs for the traditionally pop-
ular variety show will end tomorrow.
Auditions are being held daily from
10 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3:30 p.m. at
Harris Hall. Comedians, jugglers,
dancers, instrumental soloists and
classical or blues singers ray apply,
while duets, tio, or companies of
other numnbers are xic eofeo10 iy
out.
The University of Mieii, ni Band
will be featured at Vaisity Night on
Friday, Oct. 25, and some prominent
person in the amusement field will
appear. "From the looks of the cam-
pus talent which has already been au-
ditioned, this year's show should
prove another substantial success,"
George Cavender, publicity manager
of the band, said.
Students whose acts :re accepted
will be notified by plioi w

DREAMBOAT LANDS -I. S. Superfodtress, Pacusan Dreamboat, landed at Westover Army Field, Mass., at
3:05 p.m. Unofficial observers said the elapsed flight time of just under 121/7 hours probably set a new speed
record for an Atlantic crossing. Col. C. S. Irvine, on leaving Paris at 9:38 a.m. (2:38 a.m. CST) said he
would make no effort to set a speed mark as origin ally planned.

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Chilean Guests at Tea .. .
Dr. Henrique L. Marshall, secre-
tary-general of the University of
Chile, and Mrs. Marshall will be
guests at the weekly International
Center Tea at 4 p.m. today.
Latin American students in par-
ticular have been invited to attend
the tea and meet Dr. and Mrs. Mar-
shall.
Dr. Marshall is a former minister
of education of Chile. He is now a
professor of political economy and
secretary-general of the Universi ty
of Chile.
* *
MYDA To Hear Report .. -
Michigan Youth for Democratic
Action will hold an organizational
meeting at 4 p~m. today in Rm. 302
of the Union.
A report will be presented by the,
educational committee and plans
will be made for future action by
the group.
Polonia Society Picnic . .
Polonia Society will hold a picnic
at 5:30 p.m. Saturday on the Island.
Picnickers will meetat the ap-
pointed time at the fountain in front
of the League. Persons who plan to
attend should contact Henry Wolan-
ski at 2-4401.
The picnic is open to all students.
'Cactus Hop' Planned*...
Newman Club officers will meetI
at 7 p.m. today in the club rooms
to discuss plans for the "Cactus
Hop" dance to be given tomorrow.
'Le Cercle Francais' .. .
"Le Cercle Francais" will hold its
next meeting at 8 p.m. Monday in
Rm. 305 of the Union.
At the meeting Prof. Rene Tala-
mon, of the romance languages de-
partment, will offer a dramatic read-
ing of several masterpieces of French
literature. There will also be group
singing and a social hour.
Officers chosen at the last meet-
Poetry Club Will Discuss
Various Types of Verse
The Modern Poetry Club, will meet
at 7:15 p.m. today in the League.
The club is for purposes of discus-
sion and appreciation of various
types of poetry, and ability to write
s not necessary for membership in
the group. All those interested are
invited to attend according to Bob-
by Kraft, member of the planning
board.

ing ar the f llowimg: president, Gor-
don 1,. Iallhnan, Gr-ad,; vice-presi-
dlent, Marian A. Sayward, '48; secre-
tary, tichard Koppitch, Grad.; and
treasurer, Shirley Weeniholf, '47,
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Forestry flub Election
The Forestry Club will elect of-
ficers at its meeting at 7:45 p.m.
today inm kin. 2039 Natural Science
Building.
All paid-up members will be
eligible to vote. The meeting is
open to students interested in for-
estry.
Storydellug Pr ograrn . . .
Seumas MacManus, author of sev-
eral books of short stories, and a
specialist in Irish folklore, will pre-
sent a program of story-telling and
poetry at 8:15 p.m. Monday in Rack-
ham Amphitheatre.
Sponsored by the Ann Arbor Story
League, the program, is open to the
public and tickets may be purchased
at any of the local bookstores. Mr.
MacManus will present an hour of
story telling at 9 a.m. Tuesday at the
University Elementary School, which
will be broadcast over WPAG.
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Deadline for Hillel News
All copy for the Hiliel News is
due at the time of the staff meet-
ing at 4 p.m. tomorrow at the
Foundation.
nThose who will be unable to at-
tend the meeting are urged to
leave their stories in the News
Office.

Hillel lea Dance Toda
An afternoon tea dance honoring
residents of West Lodge and Willow
Run will be held by the B'nai Bh'vith
Hillel Foundation from 3:30 to 1::30j
p.m. today at the Foundation,
Guest hostesses at the dance will
be women from two lois(s, i09 E.
Universit y and 620 S. Foret-,
Chess Club t) Me
The student chess club will meet
for play at 7:30 pm. today in Rm.
308 of the Union. All interested
students are invited to bring- their
own hoards and men.
* *~ *
Service Frat Smoker
Alpha Phi Omega, national ser-
vice fraternity, will hold a rushing
smoker at 7:30 p.m. today in Rm. 302
of the Union for all former scouts or
scouters on campus who are inter-
ested in learning more about the ser-
vice projects of the fraternity.
Sidney Zilbur, president, points
out that anyone interested is welcome
to the smoker for a short review of
Gamma Pi chapter's activities and
the get-acquainted period which will
follow refreshments. He especially
urges veterans a-nd transfer members
from other chapters to attend this
meeting.
BED COACH INN
now opens seven days a week.
A special businessman's lunch,
from 70c on up, is being served
between 11:30 and 1:30.

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We haven't mentioned our juvenile fans lately, but
we haven't forgotten them either . . . They'll enjoy
the new Vox Album, Mozar, His Story and His
Music," Jose Ferrer narrates the composer's life and
the Vox Symphony plays some of his most popular
selections.
Two Story Book Favorites, "Peter Rabbit" and
°'The Little Red Hen" have been recorded by versatile
Gene Kellyon 10" Columbias in illustrated folders ..
TEEN-AGERS! We have Vaughn Monroe's new
"Things We Did Last Summer" and T. Dorsey s
"That's My Home". . . . See you soon!
RADIO AND RECORD SHOP
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North End of the Diagonal - Ann Arbor

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