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PAGE SIX

T HE MICHIG.AN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 194C

MIDNIGHT OIL:
Crowded Chemistry Classes
Necessitate Swing-Shift Labs

Campus Highlights

Midnight oil is being burned, lit-
erally as well as figuratively, by the
overflow enrollment in introductory
chemistry courses.
The 1,750 students in these courses,
representing an increase of almost
double the pre-war peak, are only an
example in the whole story of over-
crowding in the literary college, where
Law Professors
To Talk in East

Delegates Will
State Judicial

Discuss
Reforms

Unification and reform of the
State judicial procedure will be dis-
cussed by three members of the Law
School faculty who will address the
American Bar Association Conven-
tion scheduled to start Monday in
Atlantic City.
Dean E. Blythe Stason, Profs.
Ralph W. Aigler and Lewis M. Symes
will speak to individual sections of
the convention's 30,000 delegates on
the unification and reform of speci-
fic branches of the law. Dean Sta-
son'stopic willrbe the "State Legis-
lature in Reform of Administrative
Procedure."
Prof. Aigler will discuss "Remedies
for General Clearance of Land Ti-
tles-Statutory Steps," and Prof.
Symes will act as chairman of the
ABA section on probate law.

pressure on facilities for instruction
in basic sciences has been particu-
larly, intense.
Everything is double in the Chem-
istry Building nowadays, with stu-
dents working on experiments as
teams of two rather than individu-
ally. Many of these students do their
laboratory work in one of the twelve
night laboratory classes which have
been organized to accommodate the
overflow from day classes.
Extra Lockers
Between classes, students squeeze
through the halls between rows of
extra lockers necessary for the ex-
perimental equipment required by
each student. Three hundred of
these lockers are Army surplus metal
lockers in which students store equip-
ment not in use.
The crowded situation will be
greatly relieved when an addition to
the Chemistry Building, now under
construction, is completed sometime
in 1948.
Graduate Students
This fall there are 115 graduate
students in chemistry, 40 of these act-
ing asdpart-time teaching fellows.
They direct laboratory work and
thus make possible the instruction of
the record enrollment in introductory
courses. All lectures are given by
regular members of the faculty.
The increased enrollment 'of grad-
uate students has been noted with
gratification by several members of
the chemistry department faculty.

TRUMAN GETS COMMUNITY CHEST SONG-Kate Smith, the singer, presents to President Truman
the original score of a community chest campaign song, "The Red Feather." At right is Maj. George S.
Howard, composer of the song and conductor of the Army Air Forces Band.

'U' OBSERVATORY:
Solar Phenomena Examined
In World-Wide Operations

By SYLVAN M. BERMAN
Hazy Ann Arbor skies and special
solar studies have led the University
observatory to expand its field of op-

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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initiation ceremonies for
pledges.

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way will speak on "Mblecular Ar-
rangement in Absorbed Films." All
interested are invited.
Student Recital: Audrey Unger,
violinist, will present a program in
partial fulfillment of the require-
ments for the degree of Master of
Music, at 8:30 this evening in the
Assembly Hall of the Rackham Bldg.
Program: Handel's Sonata in D Ma-
jor, Brahms' Concerto in D Major,
DeBussy's La plus que lente, Nigun
by Bloch and Danse Espagnole by
de Falla. Miss Unger is a pupil of
Gilbert Ross. The public is invited.
Events Today
Senator Claude Pepper, outspoken
Florida Democrat, will address a
public rally tonight at 9:00 in
the local Masonic Temple. He will
speak on a subject of national and
international significance. The lec-
ture is jointly sponsored by the In-
dependent Citizens' Committee of
the Arts, Sciences, and Professions;
the campus chapter of AVC; IRA;
and MYDA. The meeting is open to
the general public.
The Regular Thursday Evening
Record Concert, sponsored by the
Graduate School, will include Mo-
zart's "Hunt" Quartet, Chopin's Pi-
ano Concerto in F, Moussorgsky's
"Boris Goudonoff, and Smetana's
"Bohemia's Meadows and Forests.
All graduate students are cordially
invited.
Phi Delta Kappa organizational
coffee hour today at 4:00 p.m. in W.
Conference Rm., Rackham ' Bldg.
Xi Chapter, Delta Sigma Pi, will
meet at 7:30 tonight in Rms. 323 and
325 of the Union to hold informal
Keep A-Head Of Your Hair
Let Us Style Your Hair!
8 Barbers - No Waiting
THE DASCOLA BARBERS
Between State and Michigan Theatres

Attention, Gilbert and Sullivan
Compaiy! Try-outs and castings for
the Mikado Will be held in the Gar-
den Room of the League at 7:00 to-
night. Mr. Dunlap will be in charge.
If you wish to try out, please be
there promptly.
Alpha Phi Omega, National Ser-
vice Fraternity, will meet this ev-
ening at 7:30' in the Union. All
members are urged to be present as
a roll call for the national office
will be taken.
Nu Chapter of Kappa Phi will
hold its second regular meeting at
5:15 toda4. Actives and pledges
should be present. Please note the
change of day and time.
The Modern Poetry Club will meet
at 7:15 tonight in Rm. 316, Mich.
Union. Discussion will center upon
Birches, by Frost, Trees, by Kilmer,
and I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud
by Wordsworth.
La Sociedad Hispanica will hold a
meeting at 8:00 tonight in Rm. 318
of the Mich. Union. All members
and others interested in Spanish are
cordially invited to attend.
Coming Events
The Geological Journal Club will
meet in Rm. 3055, Natural Science
Bldg., at 12 noon, Fri., Oct. 25. At
12:20 the Club will adjourn to Rm.
2054, Natural Science Bldg., where
the program, "A Review of Research
Work at Camp Davis," will be led by
Dr. A. J. Eardley and will be partici-
pated in by students who attended
the camp the past summer. Tea will
be served; bring your own sand-
wiches.
The Graduate Outing Club is plan-
ning a bike-hike and supper for Sun-
day afternoon, Oct. 27. All graduate
students, faculty members, and vet-
erans are invited. Sign up at the
check desk in Rackham before noon
Saturday. Meet at the Outing Club
rooms in the Rackham Bldg. at 2:30.
Use the northwest entrance. Bring

bike with you or else come early for
information on bike rental.
A "Punter Upper" party will be
sponsored by the Wesleyan Guild
in the Methodist Church following
Varsity Night on Friday. All inter-
estedstudents and alumni are in-
vited to attend.
Hindustan Association: A variety
of entertainment including play
reading and songs of India will be
presented on Fri., Oct. 25, at 7:30
p.m. in Lane Hall. Indian students
and other interested friends are
invited.
The Michigan Dames Clef Club
will hold "a "come as you are" party
at 8:00 p.m. Friday night. The party
will be held in the Michigan League,
instead of the home of Mrs. Robert
Warren as was originally scheduled.

erations to global proportions.
Observatory telescopes are - now
plying the skies in Bloemfontein,
South Africa, as well as Pontiac and
Ann Arbor. to bring new discoveries
in astronomy.
On the bottom of the world at
Hussey Observatory in Africa, Dr.
Richard A. Rossiter of the University
staff has made thousands of new dis-
coveries in the field of "double stars"
with a 28 inch refracting telescope,
built especially for the purpose.
Miss Hazel Losh of the astronomy
department said that the telescope
will be set up near Ann Arbor when
the South African studies are com-
pleted.
Study of the sun is done at Mc-
Math Observatory on Lage Angelus
near Pontiac with special "tower tele-
scopes" through which moving pic-
tures are taken of the sun. These
rare telescopes are the largest now in
existence.
A projected 99 inch reflector tele-
scope will remain uncompleted due
to lack of funds. The giant pyrex
mirror for the telescrope was cast in
July 1936 with the 200 inch disk for
the Mt. Palomar telescope.
Largest of the University tele-
scopes now in operation is the thirty-
seven and one-half inch reflector lo-
cated at the Ann Street Observatory,
devoted exclusively to spectroscopic
work.

Sailing Club To
Enter Regatta
Yachtsmen Will Race
At New London, Conn.
Five members of the Michigan
Sailing Club will leave today for New
London, Conn., to enter the annual
Danmark Trophy Regatta held un-
der the auspices of the Coast Guard
Academy and the Intercollegiate
Yacht Racing Association.
Michigan will be the only mid-
western university competing in the
yacht races with Harvard, MIT, Wil-
liams, Brown, Colgate, Dartmouth,
and Cornell. In all, 16 universities
have entered the contest to be held
this weekend. The Coast Guard will
furnish dinghies for all the collegiate
crews.
Ted Greer, commodore of the Club,
will lead the group of expert yachts-
men to New London.
1_

Prof. Haber To Speak ...
Prof. William Haber, of the eco-
nomics department, will discuss "The
American Labor Scene" at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday in the International Center.
Prof. Haber is a member of the
faculty of the Institute of Public and
Social Administration and is well
known as a leading expert on labor
relations.
During the war Prof. Haber served
as director of planning with the War
Manpower Commission. He later
served as director of manpower with
the Office of War Mobilization and
Reconversion.
The lecture is open to the public.
. .*
Fraternity Initiation ...
Informal initiation for 11 pledges
of Delta Sigma Pi, Zi chapter
men's professional business admin-
istration fraternity, will be held at
7:30 p.m. today in Rms. 323 and
325 of the Union.
* * *
Scouting in Belgiumi ...
Scouting activities in Belgium and
at the University of Brussels will be
discussed by Ferdinand Dierkens,
here on an exchange scholarship, at
a meeting of Alpha Phi Omega, na-
tional service fraternity, at 7:30 p.m.
today in Rm. 220 of the Union.
Anyone who has been a scout or
scouter is invited to attend the meet-
ing.
*1 *, *
Polonia Party Planned . .
Cider and doughnuts, games and
dancing will be on the program at
the Hallowe'en Party to be given
by Polonia Society' at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the International Cen-
ter.
Slacks and blue jeans are the
suggested attire for those attend-
ing the party which is open to all
students of Polish descent and their
friends.
,* *
Russian Musical Film ...
The Russian musical, "Hello Mos-
cow," will be presented by the Art
Cinema League at 8:30 p.m. today,

Friday, and Saturday at the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
"Hello Moscow" features Russian
folk songs and dances in a story
based on a training program for
young musicians in state dramatic
schools.
Chess Club To Meet ...
The Student Chess Club will
meet for play at 7:30 p.m. today in
,Rm. 302 of the Union. All inter-
ested students are invited to bring
their own boards and men.
Mexican Program . . .
"La Sociedad Hispanica" will meet
at 8 p.m. today in Rm. 318 of the
Union.
* * *
Newman CFlub Meeting..
Officers of the Newman club will
meet at 7:15 p.m. today at St. Mary's
Chapel.
CPA Conference
To Be Held Here
The University of Michigan will
be the scene of the 21st annual Con-
ference of Accountants November 2.
2.
The one-day meeting will be spon-
sored jointly by the University
School of Business Administration
and the Michigan Association of Cer-
tified Public Accountants.
This year's conference will draw an
expected crowd of several hundred
persons for a discussion of current
problems confronting the field of fi-
nance and business accounting.
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