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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, NOVELMBER 20, 1946

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STUDENT INITIATIVE:
Residents of Willow Village
Plan Varied Social Activities

The students living in the Willow
Village dormitories are now taking
the lead in the effort to increase their
own social and recreational activities.
A social committee, composed of
representatives from every dorm, has
been meeting regularly to plan so-
clal events. A student dance com-
mittee, made up of six men and three
women from the Village dorms and
three coeds from town runs the week-
ly Friday night dances.
"The purpose of the, dances,"
Frank W. Schoch of Dorm 8, head
of the dance committee, said, "is to
prvide the fellows and girls with
something to do on Friday nights
PlayProduction
Gives 'Aladdin'
First Children's Play
Of Season Starts Friday
"Aladdin and the Wonderful
Lamp," the first children's play of the
season, will be presented by the
speech department Friday and Sat-
urday at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
The play has been adapted as a
dramatization from "The Thousand
and One Nights" and tells of Alad-
din's experiences with the magc
lamp and the slave. It is laid in six
scenes, representing a street in Bag-
dad, the Cave of the Lamp, Chambers
of the Princess in the Palace of the
Lamp, and market scenes in both
Bagdad and Morocco. In addition to
the actors in the leading roles, there
wil be dancers, street singers, beggar
boys, soldiers and merchants to pro-
vide appropriate atmosphere and
color to each scene.
The first performance will be given
at 3:45 p.rn. Friday. Two perform-
ances will be given Saturday at 1:30
and 3:30 p.m. Tickets may be pur-
chased from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today
through Saturday at the Lydia Men-
delsohn box office.
ROTC Rie Tbeam
Will Meet Friday
The fiist organization meeting of
the RlOTC rifle team will be held at
7:15 p.m. Friday at the campus rifle
range.
Any ROTC cadet in good schol-
astic standing is eligible to attend
the mneeting and join the team. Fir-
ing practice for the team is held from
1 to 3 p.m. every Monday through
Wednesday at the rifle range.
The goals of this year's team are
a place in the Hearst National Tro-
phyy ompetition and to beat the
NROTC, a rifle team spokesman said
yesterday.
The rfle team will be divided into
three teams of 15 men each, the
spokesmen said. Three teams of five
men each will later be selected for
entry into the Hearst National
Matches, he added.
Last year 286 universities and col-
eges were represented in the Hearst
competition, in which the University
of Pliois copped the championship.
ST UDENT & OFFICE SUPPLIES
TYPEWRITERS
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without buzzing back and forth
into Ann Arbor."
The first hayride planned by the
;ocial committee was held Saturday.
Other hayrides and possibly skating
parties later on are being planned,
Schoch said.
Mrs. Curtis Knox, assistant social
director at West Lodge, has been
inost helpful in working with the stu-
dents.
Everett W. Chapman, recreational
director of West Lodge, has a broad
program of recreation already un-
der way. Six basketball ganes are
played every Monday and Wednes-
day night in the inter-dormitory
league. Starting Tuesday, a fencing
lub will meet for instruction and
practice under the direction of fenc-
ng master Dave Webb.
Bridge tournaments are held on
Wednesday nights, a concert of clas-
;ical recordings is given Sunday aft-
ernoons, and movies of the week-
revious Michigan football game are
hownr Sunday evenings. Ping pong
and pool tables are in constant use.
The University Band, under the
direction of Prof. William D. Re-
velli, is scheduled to give a con-
cert on Dec. 11 at West Lodge. The
newly-forme veterans' orchestra
is rehearsing now to give con-
certs in January.
West Lodge is the social and recrea-
lional center for the single men's and
single women's dormitories and is not
to be confused with West Court, the
social center for married students
and their families. West Court too
tas an active social program.
Major Morse Joins
ROTC Unit Faculty
Major Woodrow W. Morse has re-
ilaced Lieut. Maurice P. O'Keefe as
assistant professor of military sci-
cnce and tactics (infantry depart-
mnent) of the ROTC unit.
Major Morse was formerly sta-
ioned at Fort Knox. During the war
le served for 40 months with the
11th Infantry in the ETO.
Lieut. O'Keefe has been assigned to
ROTC duty with the Chicago high
schools.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: Mechanical Pencil initialed L.H.G.
Contact Sheldon Rose, 415 Michigan
House, 2-4401. )
LOST: Pair of red-rimmed glasses in
brown leather case, near Campus last
Tuesday. Phone Ami, Room 5059, Stock-
wll1, 2-4471. )24
LOST: Friday evening, Nov. 15 at Schwab-
bin's, lady's black belt and black shawl.
Finder please call Vi Koleda, Phone 7621.
)25
LOST: Ladies' White Gold Hamilton wrist-
watch, rectangular, link bracelet. In or
near stadium. Reward. Call Nelson, Ypsi-
lanti, 2040. )27
LOST: Rhinestone Bow-Knot Pin, between
Allenel and Union on Nov. 8. Call Vicki,
446 Mosher Hall. Reward. )28
MAROON EVERSHARP pencil lost between
Mosher and Natural Science Building
two weeks ago. Call Anne Siegel, 348
Mosher. )9
LOST: K & E Log-Log Trig Duplex slide
rule. Name: Robert Angle engraved on
end plate. Please call 2-4401, Room 424
Wenley House. )17
LOST: Lehman High School ring. Please
return to Norman Jackson, Business Of-
fice, University Hall. )22
LOST: Oatmeal wool left hand glove with
leather palm. Near League, Tuesday
night. Reward. Call 8423. )3
TRANSPORTATION
DRIVING TO CHICAGO Saturday noon.
Returning Sunday afternoon. Can ac-

commodate three passengers. Call 2-6976
atfer 5 P.M. -)7
YOUNG Married Couple would like to
share expenses on car driving to East
Texas about Dec. 20, return Jan 4. Con-
tact Box 43, Michigan Daily. )12
COUPLE would like to share expenses of
ride to Columous, Ohio, Nov. 22 or 23
and return Nov. 24. Call 9658 after 7 p.m.
)21
WANTED TO RENT
GRADUATE STUDENT (woman) desires
slgle room near campus for next sem-
ester. Box 80. )20
ROOM WANTED: TEN DOLLARS reward
for information leading to rental of
room in Ann Arbor suitable for two
veteran students. Contact Box 89, Mich-
igan Daily. )77
WANTED TO RENT: Need a new car? Vet-
eran and wife willing to sacrifice theirs
for information leading to the securing
of a satisfactory apartment by February.
Contact Michigan Daily Box 83. )11
EXCHANGE
WILL TURN OVER completely furnished
three-bedroorm house, good location, for
Xmas vacation. in return for tending
furnace. Call 22085 after 8 p.m. )6

THEY LIVE IN A HOG HOUSE--A hog brooder, 16 by 16 feet, has
been converted into a trim, one-room residence by Richard Ferriman,
23, of Elyria, Ohio, a student at Ohio State University, and his wife,
Irene, 19. Set up in the state fairgrounds trailer camp at Columbus,
Ohio, the building combinies living room, bedroom, and kitchen. Here
the couple puts on finishing touches.
Plans for id- eek Programs
MadebyStudentR eg
udeby f~dRelgous Guilds

Prof. McFarlan
To Give Lecture
For ICCASP
Wayne Sociologist
To Discuss State FEPC
The Michigan chapter of the Inde-
pendent Citizens' Committee of the
Arts, Sciences, and Professions will
sponsor Prof. Edward W. McFarlan
of the Wayne University Sociology
department in a lecture on "FEPC in
Michigan" at 8 p.m. Sunday in the
Unitarian Church, 1917 Washtenaw.
Prof. McFarlan is chairman of the
metropolitan Detroit FEPC Council.
The meeting will be led by Rabbi
Herschel Lymon, director of Hillel
Foundation. It is open to the public.
ICCASP, chairmaned by Jo David-
son, was organized in 1944 as a "com-
mittee of and for the members of the
arts, radio, advertising, publicity, sci-
ences, social services, medicine, teach-
ing, and allied professions." In ad-
dition to Davidson, national officers
include James Roosevelt, Frederic
March, Herman Shumlin.
ICCASP was the sponsor of the
now famous Henry Wallace foreign
policy speech given Sept. 12 in Madi-
son Square Garden which cost Wal-
lace his job as secretary of com-
merce.
The Ann Arbor chapter was organ-
ized last summer. Prof. Theodore
Newcomb of the sociology department
is chairman of the group, and Prof.
Frank Huntley of the English depart-
ment, Dr. Paul K. Stumpf of the pub-
lic health school, and Rev. Edward
H. Redman of the Unitarian Church
are vice-chairmen.
Workshop Asks
Understanding
"Toward an Understanding of
Unitarians" is to be the theme of the
Workshop for Understanding Be-
tween the Faiths on a project visit
to the Unitarian Church at 7:30 p.m.
today.
Following a Service of Worship,
Edward H. Redman, minister of the
church, will speak on "The Unitarian
Movement." A social and discussion
period will close the evening's pro-
gram.
This is the second of four project
visits planned by the Workshop group
in the interest of furthering ac-
quaintance with the ideas, doctrines
and practices of differing faiths.
First in the series was a visit to the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation for an
introduction to Judaism.
Project visits are St. Mary's Cath-
olic Chapel, Dec. 2 and St. Nicholas
Greek Orthodox Church, Dec. 9. The
Workshop will close its program with
a general seminar meeting, Dec. 16 at
Lane Hall. Activities of the Work-
shop are open to all students.
Hold Those Bonds!

Campus Highlights

Deutscher Verein . ..
A Gemutlicher Abend (social eve-
ning) is planned for the next meet-
ing of the Deutscner Verein at 8 p.m.
today in Rm. 318 of the Union.
Two skits, written by Dr. Raschen
of the German faculty, will be put on
by members of the Verein. The pro-
Aram will also include a novelty quar-
tet and a solo by Rowland McLaugh-
lin. After the eni-ertainment, there
will be games and refreshments.
* *' *
South American Talk .. .
"South American Panorama" is
the title of a Spanish lecture to be
given by Prof. William G. Mer-
hab of the romance languages de-
partment at 8 p.m. today in Rm.
D, Alumni Memorial Hall. %
Prof. Merhab, who, served in the
Cultural Relations Division of the
State Department in South Amer-
ica for three years during the war,
will discuss his personal impres-
sions of the people and customs and
describe some of the natural beau-
ties of the continent.
O:
Bikini Lecture .. .
Dr. Ralph A. Sawyer, dean of the
Graduate School, will speak on the
Bikini Atoll atomic bomb tests and
show films of the test under the aus-
pices of the Ann Ardor chapter of
the American Association of Uni-
versity Women at 3. p.m. tomorrow
in Rackham Amphitheatre,
ance Club *
The American Country Dance
Club will hold its second meeting
oil the semester at 7:30 p.m. today
in Waterman Gymnasium. How-
ard C. Lcibee, assistant director of
physical education at Waterman
Gym, will give instruction in danc-
ing and calling.
* * *
Swiss Visitor .
Mrs. Ian Tullis, a former director
of the Maison Internationale des
Etudiants (International House) at
Geneva, Switzerland is a visitor in
Ann Arbor today.
Mrs. Tullis is on her way to Vic-
toria, B. C. to join her husband, a
commander in the Royal Canadian
Navy.
Dental Convoction...
The second convocation for stu-
dents in the dental school will be
held today at 4:15 p.m. in Kellogg
Auditorium. Dr. Ralph A. Sawyer,
dean of the Horace H. Rackham
School of Graduate 'Studies, will
speak on the significance of the
Bikini atom bomb tests.

Science Club Lectures...
Prof. James K. Pollock, of the p0-
litical science department, and Prof.
Laurence C. Stuart, of the zoology
department, will lecture at a meet-
ing of the Science Research Club at
8 p.m. today in the Rackham Build-
ing.
Prof. Pollock will discuss "The
Laenderrat-An Aspect of the Ameri-
can Occupation of Germany," and
Prof. Stuart will speak on "Geo-
graphical Comments on the Herpe-
tological Fauna of Aeta Vera Paz,
Guatemala."
n Su o
Evening Study Group...
The Evening Study Group of
the League of Women Voters wil
meet at 8 p.m. today in the home of
Mrs. C. W. Spooner, 795 Oakdale
Rd., Barton Hills todiscuss recent
developments in the United NA-
tions. a
The meeting is opeU to guests.
*
Treatment of Burns. .
A talk on the "Historical Develop-
ment of the Treatment of Burns" will
be delivereti at 8:09 p.m. today in the
Main Amphitheatre of University
Hospital by Dr. Roy O. McClure,
Chief of Surgery of Detroit's Ford
Hospital.

The student religious guilds will
conduct mid-week programs today.
The ROGER WILLIAMS GUILD
Group To Study
Home Relations
There will be an all-day meeting
of the Michigan State Conference on
Family Relations from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Friday in the Henderson Room
of the League.
The program will include the read-
ing of papers and a discussion on cur-
,ent family relations problems. The
'rganization is a branch of the Na-
tional Conference, whose member-
ship is made up of social workers
and sociologists interested in family
relations.

will hold a mid-week chat from 4 to
5:30 p.m. at the Guild House.
* * *
Catholic devotions will be held at
7:30 p.m. 'at St. Mary's Chapel.
Following the devotions, the NEW-
MAN CLUB will hold a discussion of
Catholic doctrines in the clubrooms.
An informal tea and coffee hour
will be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the
Center by the LUTHERAN STUDENT
ASSOCIATION
* * *
GAMMA DELTA will meet at 7:30
p.m. for a Bible study hour at the
Center.
* * *
There will be a Study Hall in the
church house from 7 to 10 p.m. for
members of the WESTMINSTER
GUILD and their friends.

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