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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Ind ian Institute
Aims at National
Industrialization
(Continued from Page 1)
the British. Its membership in-
cludes few chemical engineers.
Another purpose of the Indian In-
stitute of Chemical Engineers will be
to encourage more Indian chemists
to take engineering training.
Tripathi hones the institute will be
given a leading role in the industrial
development of his country, now
that world peace and a new British
policy have broadened India's hori-
zons.
"Never has there been a greater
demand for chemical engineers in
India, especially now that we are
having our own government," he
says.
Candidates ..
(Continued from- Page 2)
campus while protecting the rights
of minorities. If elected, I will do
everything in my power to see that
this principle governs the actions of
the group.
Bill Scafe...
I believe qualifications of the pres-
entto be more important than those
of the past. And my present quali-
fication is interest; interest in Mich-
igan as our University, interest in
the Legislature as representative of
the students and interest in the stu-
dents.
Allan Schall .. .
I am a member of Delta Sigma Pi.
I have had considerable experience
with student government at Stanford
University. I will work for an effi-
cient student legislature which will
be both a credit and benefit to the
student body.
James Stelt .. .
Having served on The Daily, hav-
ing been an officer in Sigma Rho Tau
and Theta Delta Chi and being a
senior in the literary college, I feel
that I know and will continue to un-
derstand the problems of the student
body.
Cal Chamberlain, also a candidate
on the University Committee, did not
submit a statement.
Constitution Test Flight
BURBANK, Calif., Nov. 9-( P)-
Lockheed's giant Constitution, a 92-
ton transport plane built for the
Naval Air Transport Service, thun-
dered into the air today on its first
test flight.

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Panel discussions and suppers have
been planed by the student religious
organizations today.
"My Vocation Meets A Need" will
be discussed by the CONGR4GA-
TIONAL-DISCIPLES GUILD at a
supper meeting at 5 p. in. at the
church.
Rev. Chet Loucks,.minister of the
First Baptist Church and John Craig,
program director of Lane Hall, will
lead the discussion. A worship serv-
ice will be conducted by Margaret
Long.
* * *
The CANTERBURY CLUB will
hold an open house at 5:30 p. m. at
the student center.
* *: *.
The LUTHERAN STUDENT AS-
SOCIATION will hold a Breakfast
Hour at 8:30 a. m.
At the Bible Study hour at 9:15
a. m., the book of Romans will be dis-
cussed. Church worship services will
be held at Zion and Trinity Lutheran
Churches at 10:30 a. m.
Dr. Leo A. Knoll will speak on
"What Contribution Can M'y Profes-
sion Make to a Christian Commun-
ity?" at a meeting at 5:30 p. m. at
Zion Lutheran Parish Hall.
.* 0*
The Methodist WESLEYAN GUILD
will meet from 5 to 7 p. m. in the
Wesleyan Foundation for a lap
lunch, group singing and a special
worship service.
* 0 *
A panel discussion on Science and
Religion under the leadership of
John Mackenzie will be held by the
MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN FELLOW-
SHIP at 4:30 p. m. at Lane Hall.
Prof. Edgar Johnston, assistant di-
rector of the Bureau of Cooperation
of Educational Institutions, will ad-
dress the members of the ROGER
WILLIAMS GUILD on "Keeping
Clear of the Rocks" at 5 p. m.
A cost supper and fellowship will
be held at 6 p. m.
Irene Jones, executive secretary of
the Woman's American Baptist For-
eign Mission Society will speak on
"Serving in a World of Need" at the
services of the First Baptist Church
at 11 a. m.
A reception will be held for Miss
Jones by the Roger Williams Guild
at 4 p. m. at the Guild House, 502
E. Huron.
* * *
DELTA EPSILON PI, Greek Or-
thodox Society, will hold a regular
meeting at 5:30 p. m. at Lane Hall.
Revision of the constitution will be
voted upon and Pauline Graphos, the
president, will appoint the chairmen
of the standing.committees.
* A *
A discussion, followed by group

singing, will be presented by the
BETHLEHEM EVANGELICAL AND
REFORMED STUDENT GUILD
from 5 to 7 p. in. at the church.
GAMMA DELTA will hold a sup-
per meeting at 5:15 p. m. at the stu-
dent center.
Br'umm Thanked
The University Press Club at its
final meeting yesterday gave a vote
of gratitude to Prof. John Brumm,
retiring chairman of the journalism
department, who organized the club
27 years ago.

Sorority Will
Give Concert
Mu Phi Epsilon, honorary music
sorority will present a formal music-
ale in celebration of the forty-third
anniversary of the founding of the
organization at 8:00 p. m. tomorrow
in the Rackham Assembly Hall.
Nadine Flinders, contralto, and
Virginia Zapf Person, soprano will
highlight the program which will al-
so include selections by Jean Mor-
gan, violinist. Piano accompanist
will be Marion Owen, Ava Comin
Case, Elaine Rathbun and Helen Ti-
tus.
Patronesses of the sorority and
thirty music school students will be
guests at the musicale.

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OUT THAR
... at the Village

Classical recordings will be play-
ed for the West Lodge residents by
Weldon Wilson at 3:45 p. m. today
at the Community House. Come one,
come all.
Big event of the day will be the
motion pictures of the Michigan-
Minnesota gamce. For those of us
who didn't have the bus fare to
catch the game, it's a chance to see
how we got that "Little Brown Jug".
Basketball leagues will meet from
6:30 to 9:00 p. m. tomorrow in the
West Lodge gym.

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