THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TTTqDJAY, OVEMBER 3, 199E
Rifle Club Meetin l Francis A. Brown, of the German
' ** department. Group singing will corn-
Firing by the University Rifle Club ide the meeting.
will be resumed at 7:15 p.m. todayI All students have been invited to'
on the ROTC range. attend the meeting, William Gurnee
Competitive matches will also be- Sinnigen, Verein vice-president, an-
gin tonight for positions on the var- nounced.
sity rifle team.
There are still openings for ex- Senior Society . . .
perienced small-bore marksmen. In-
terested persons will be tested at Senior Society, honorary society
the meeting. for independent senior women, will
* * * initiate four new members today.
'Ensian Sales ..They are Jeanne Clare, of Mar-
*sie * tha Cook; Joan Fiske, of Stock-
Sale of subscriptions to the 194E well; Janice Carter, of Martha
'Ensian, the official University Cook; and Frances Paine, of
yearbook, will begin tomorrow at Mosher. The ceremony will take
booths on campus. ,nplace in the League Chapel.
The 'Ensign will be published
late in May according to Florence HypnOSiS Lecture..
Kingsbury, editor. Dr. Milton H. Erickson, director
There will be a meeting of all of psychiatric research and training
'Ensian edit staff tryouts at 4:15 at Eloise Hospital, will give a lecture
p.m. today in the, Student Publi- under the sponsorship of the Psy-
cations Building. chology Club at 8 p.m. Thursday in
*o*: *the Rackham Amphitheatre.
Verein Meeting . . . The subject of the talk will be
"Hypnosis--Its Medical and Experi-
A classical evening is planned for mental Applications." The club has
the next meeting of the Deutscher invited any interested non-members
Verein at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in the to attend.
Rackham Assembly Hall. * * *
Rose Derderian, recent winner of J[ fllou Choral Union .
the La Scala Award, will be featured
in selections by Bach and Brahms. The Willow Run Choral Union will
John Wolaver and Margaret Kaye, meet at 7 p.m. today in Ros School.
of the music school, will play
Brahms' Violin Sonata in D Minor.
A short talk on the development of ' * Co*t
German music will be given by Di. A wind instrument concert will be
2presented by music school students
at 1 p.m. Friday in Harris Hall.
The Personality Hair Style The program will include selections
is blended and shaped . by Haydn, Schumann and Mozart.
to your facial features. Patricia Baumgarten and Shirley
Your choice of eight good Barbers. Bower will be piano accompanists for
THE DASCOLA BARBERS the concert, which will be open to thej
Between State and Michigan Theatres general public.
An Institute on Marriage and the,
Home wil lhe conducted by CHRIST F
LUTHERAN CHAPEL at 8 p.m. to-
morrow and every Tuesday through,
Dec. 3 in the church auditorium, 1450
Midway Blvd., Willow Run.
The first of the series of discus-
AID FOR ENGINEERS:
Tau Beta Pi Announces New
Veterans' Tutoring Schedule
A rev.ised sch eduole of I
Veteran , I
tutorinlg cisses was dnnouneed yes-
terday by Ta B<eta Pi, enginmering
honor society, sponsoring the pro-
The complete schedule follows:
Chemistry 5E, 7:30 p.m. Wed.'es-
sions will concern "Financing My I ean, Jiesel Power
Marriage." The speaker will be Olin
Eckley, head of the public .relations lW i O eDiscussed
department of the Ypsilanti Daily
Press. The advantages of steam and die-
Registrations will be accepted dur- sel power in industry will be ex-
ing the first two meetings. The Rev. plained to members of Sigma Rho
Robert A. Boettger will be discussion Tau, engineering speech society, at
moderator. 7:15 p.m. today in Rm. :311, West En-
day, Pm. 220; Math 13, 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday,. Rm. 229: Math 14, 7:30
p.m. Tuesday, Rm. 443; Math 53, 7:30
p.m. Wednesday, Rm. 222; Math 54,
4:30 p.m. Friday, Rm. 222; Physics
45, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Rm. 243; E.M.
1, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Rm. 246; E.M.
2, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Rm. 305;
E.M. 3, 7:00 p.m.. Tuesday, Rm. 247.
Aeronautical Engineering 1, 7:00
p.m. Tuesday, Rm. 305; Aero. Eng.
110, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Rm. 223;
Ch-Met. Eng. 2, 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day, Pm. 307; Civil Eng. 21, 7:00
p.m. Monday, Rm. 307; Elect. Eng.
3, 7:30 pm. Tuesday, Rm. 340; E.E.
5, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Rm. 347; E.E.
10, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Rm. 401;
Mecli. Eng. 13, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Rm. 338; Mech. Eng. 80, 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Rm. 406.
All classes are held in West En-
Read and Use the
FOLLOW THE LEADER-Eight-year-old Janet Lee Wyatt (right) of
Independence, Mo., leads President Truman and a member of his
Secret Service staff as they walk briskly down the street in Independ-
ence. The little girl was nonchalantly kicking fallen leaves, as the
nation's chief executive passed her on his mile stroll.
FAR EAST POLITICS:
Mrs. Fitch Says Comintern
Drects Chinese Communlists
* * *
Following Holy Communion Ser-
vices at 7:15 a.m. tomorrow, the
CANTERBURY CLUB will serve
breakfast at the Student Center.
The CONGREGATIONAL DISCIP-
LES GUILD will serve tea from 4:30
to 6 p.m. at the guild house today.
* * * .
A continuation of the course in
the history of the Christian Church
will be held by the LUTHERAN STU-
DENT ASSOCIATION at 7:30 p.m.
today at the Center.
* * *
The first of a series of seminars
on religious journalism will be helId
at 4 p.m. today in Lane Hall.
Prof. Wesley H. Maurer, of the
journalism department, will parti
cipate in the discussion, which will
be conducted by Franklin H. Littell,
director of Lane Hall.
WESTMINSTER GUILD will hold
Professors Edward T. Vincent and
Hugh E. Keeler, of the mechanical
engineering department, will be the
After the talks, members will di-
vide into groups to debate the prob-
lcm of the use of diesel or steam
power by eastern railroads for pas-
There is documentary evidence
to prove that the Far Eastern Office
of the Third International is still
operating and is directing the activ-
ities of the Chinese Communist
Party, Mrs. George A. Fitch asserted
Noted Journalist Recently Returned from Nazi Trial;
Head of Associated Press in Berlin 1924-1941.
"THE NUREMBERG TRIAL"
Sunday at the International Center.
Appeasement will not prevent an-
other war, Mrs. Fitch declared, em-
phasizing that the United States
should not allow Russia to dominate
China, any more than it allowed
Japan to do so.
Expressing the opinion that a
Communist - Nationalist coalition
government is impossible in China,
Mrs. Fitch said that "Gen. Marshall
was sent to perform an impossible
task" and that the offer of a coali-
tion government has only increased
The policy of Secretary of State
Byrnes toward China should be
termed "just" rather than "tough,"
Mrs. Fitch asserted, emphasizing the
importance of justice for small na-
To Chines? Women
Women in China are free to enter
any of the professions of law, medi-
cine, journalism, dentistry, teaching
or nursing, Mrs. George A. Fitch said
in an interview yesterday, pointing
out that there is no longer any
stigma attached to a young woman
who does not marry at an early age
Explaining that women have never
held an inferior position either in
Chinese political or family life, Mrs.
Fitch pointed out that a woman,
Dr. Wu I-fan, a University graduate,
was one of the Chinese delegates to
the San Francisco Conference.
Dr. Wu is also a member of the
praesidium of the Peoples' Political
Council, corresponding to our Con-
gress, Mrs. Fitch said.
New procedures for obtaining dup-
licate or new ration books from. the
OPA were outlined yesterday by Mrs.
Henry C. Branson, manager of the
local OPA Price Control Board, which
is now closed to the public.
Mrs. Branson stated that all trade
and consumer inquiries now must be
addressed to the OPA District Office
located at 600 Griswold, Detroit.
Forms for obtaining sugar ration
coupons by trade or consumer may
be obtained from the OPA District
Office at 144 W. Fort St., Detroit,
PARKER 51 PENS
0. D. MORRILL'S
314 South State Phone 7177
Q 717 North University Ave. O
a hayride at 8:30 p.m. Friday.I
ervations will be accepted at
Tickets $1.20 - 90c - 60c (Tax inc.)
Box Office Open Tomorrow and Thursday 10
To Make the Right
Impression . .
sAect your gloves from the com-
plete array at the DILLON SHOP.
We have short and long gloves in
all fabrics and leathers, evening
gloves and nfls with nilheads
in a new blouse from the JUNE
GREY* SHOP. We have sport
blouses for campus wear and
dressy blouxes for more formal
TO THE RESCUE!
Bring yor torn sweaters to VAN
AKKEREN'S, 725 North Univer-
sity, and let us mend them for
you as good asnew
OR YOU ...
hen you're wielding an eyelash
trler from CALKINS-FLETCH-
R. We also have Kurlene to
bricate the lashes and enour-
DANDY IDEA .. .
r your parents' twenty-fifth
edding anniversary - sterling
lver and gifts from EIBLER'S.
When you go to the polls today you
highly important matter
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IF BROUGHT IN TO EITHER OF OUR STORES ON
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS OR WEDNESDAYS.
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to amend the City Charter
Transportation to and from the polls
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