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Education School Announces
Record Enrollment of Men

By LIDA DAILES
Education school enrollment fig-
ures indicate that prospective wo-
,men teach rs can now look for-
ward to manpower days of plenty.
Representing a 236.5 per cent
increase over last fall's enroll-
ment and a 43.6 percent increase
ver 'last spring, the number of
men students have constituted a
total never before reached in the
hitoryofi the school.
Physcal (lue-tion Majors
The m.ority of the 130 males
in a total einrollment of 234 stu-
dents are' phyical education ma-
jors, men who resumed their
studies after service in the armed
forces, Dean James B. Edmonson,
of the educatien school, pointed
out. Some of these men have had
experience in physical education
programs whild in service and
have entered the school in order
to continue with that work, he
added.
The. physical education field is
F a good one to enter because it has
been a useful stepping-stone to
u'lversity administrative positions
and community employment op-
portunities, Dean Edmonson ex-
plained. .
SEnrollmuent of Women Drops
The question of how many more
men will enter 'the education
* school depends on adjustments in
teacher's salaries and the oppor-
tunities ir other fields, Dean Ed-
monson s id. The number of men
would noticeably increase if we
should have a slight depression, he
added.
On the other side of the ledger,
the number of women in educa-
'tion seboel has dropped 4.9 per-,
cent over last spring's enrollment
but the figures reveal a 4.8~ per-
Russian Club Meets
The Russian Conversation Group
will hold a meeting at 3 p.m. to-
morrow in the League Grill.
The meeting is open to all1
students interested in practicing
speaking of the language.s

cent gain over last fall. Before
the war, according to Margaret E.
Bell, Recorder in the School of
Education, it was very unusual for
women to drop out before comple-
tion of their studies. During the
war, fluctuations were usual and
it wasn't a rare occurrence for a
woman to quit one semester before
graduation, Miss Bell said.
Orchestra Will
Give Concert

allge Group
Will Present
RPapa Is Al
"Papa Is All" will be presented
Jan. 16 through 18 by the Little
Theater Group of Willow Village,
Donald Decker, director, announ-
ced yeslerday.
The folksy comedy by Patterson
Greene will bf enacted by an all-
veteran cast of University students
at the Willow Village West Lodge
Auditorium.
Tickets will be on sale at the
West Lodge recreation office and
at Wahr' 3Book Store.
Therole f Papa will be played
by Laird Schmidt; Mama, Joseph-
ine James; Jake Aukamp,'Edmond
Johnston; Emma, Margaret Wrob-
leski; Mrs. Yoder, Marion Emer-
son; and Trooper Brendle, Walt
Shaffei.
Plows ive Toward
Snow-V -oIated Town
TOBERMORY, Ont., Jan. 7-(A')
-Snow plows pressed slowly to-
day toward this Bruce Peninsula
village of 500 persons which has,
been isolated five days by a four-
foot snow blanket.
Telephone service alone linked
the town with the outside. Village
Clerk Cecil Davis said food sup-
plies were adequate unless a new
storm Ceveloped. The plows last
were reported 20 miles from To-
hermory on the road from Wiar-
'On.

Series To Feature
Music for"Children

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Exhibition of Architect's Work.
Gothic Painting OpensToday

The formal opening of a dual
exhibition of the work of Le Cor-
busier, French-Swiss contempor-
ary architect, painter and writer,
and a display of Gothic art will
be held from 7 to 9 p.m. today
in the galleries on the second floor
of Alumni Memorial Hall.
Le Corbusier is widely regarded
as Europe's greatest contemporary
architect. A. major factor of his
architectural work is the con-
struction of reinforced concrete-
pillars upon concrete floors, from
which base he developed a new
flexibility of walls, windows and
partitions. The exhibitioa in-
cludes the artist's famous archi-
tectural display pieces, Savole
House, Pavilion for Swiss students,
and Salvation Army building in
Paris and plans for a cooperative
village.
All Phases of Work
All phases of Le Corbusier's
work are represented in the 98
items of the exhibition. The com-
plete story is told through a ser-
ies of 29 caption panels augmented
with photographic blowups, oil
paintings, water-colors, drawings
and facsimile pages of books.
The artist was one of the found-
ers of the international Congress
of Modern Architects in 1929. He
has served as city-planning con-
sultant to several South American
republics and last year he was ap-
pointed to the Supreme Council of
City Planning to act as general

The University Symphony Or-
chestra, under the direction of
Prof. Wayne Dunlap, will present
the first of a series of concerts de-
signed especially for children at
3 p.m. tomorrow in Hill Audi-
torium.
Arranged in cooperation with
Miss Marguerite Hood, supervisor
of music for the Ann Arbor
schools, the program will feature
Mozart's Shepherd King Overture
and Peter and the Wolf by Serge
Prokofieff, which will be narrated
by Henry Austin, graduate stu-
dent in the speech department.
The program will also include
selections by Debussy and Saint-
Saens, and will specially feature
group singing by the children of
The Erie Canal, an old American
Folk Song, under the direction of
Miss Hood.
Bob Henderson and John L.
Wheeler, music school students
will play the duo-piano solo in the
Saint-Saens number.
The program will be open to the
general public.
Senior Pictures
Seniors who have not received
proofs from Chidnofi Studios must
call Mary Lou Rookus at Michi-
aanensian office, or 2-5618, today

consultant for the restoration of
devastated French areas.
Gothic Religious Art
The Gothic display will present
ten paintings and ten art objects.
The paintings which are religious
in theme are the work of 14th
and 15th century artists. The col-
lection includes six Italian .paint-
ings, and one each from Flanders,
Spain, France and Austria.
The exhibition will be open to
the public during January. Mu-
seum hours are from 10 to 12 a..i
and 2 to 5 p.m,. Tuesday throe; hI
Saturday, 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday , aid
7 to 0 p.m. "Wednesday.
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First Urology-
Session Opens
The two day postgraduate semi-
nar in urology and related sci-
ences, directed by the department
of postgraduate medicine of Uni-
versity Hospital and sponsored by
the Detroit Urological Society, will
hold its opening sessions from 9-
12 a.m. and from 1:30-5 p.m. to-
day at Rackham Amphitheatre.
Dr. Robert R. Dieterle, consult-
ant in psychiatry at St. Joseph
Hospital here and Dr. Jack Lapi-
des, resident surgeon of the Uni-
versity Hospital, will deliver talks
at the morning session.
Speaking in the afternoon will
be Dr. Robert S. Hotchkiss, pro-
fessor of urology at New York
University Medical College, and
Dr. Robert C. Moehlig, professor
of clinical medicine at Wayne
University.
Three staff members of the Uni-
versity Hospital will participate in
an evening program to be held in
the hospital amphitheatre.
Patrolman Finds
New Occupatioit
DETROIT, Jan. 7-(A')--A po-
lice trial board today granted Pa-
trolnan Ben C. Kindig ample time
to toot his horn.
They dismissed the 32-year-old
officer from the force after he ad-
mitted taking a job as a band-
leader at a downtown club during
a furlough from the Police De-
partment.
Kindig formerly was a clarinet
and saxophone specialist in the
police band.
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A fellowship in chemical engi-
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the Celanese Corporation of
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The subjects to be investigated
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A Celanese Corporation Fellow-
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Princeton University in June, 1945.

Java and Chatter Hour, the
weekly Union coffee hour, will be
held at 4:15 p.m. today in the
Terrace Room of the Union.
The purpose of these come-as-
you-are get-togethers is to ac-
quaint students with faculty mem-
bers in a lighter vein, and to dis-
cuss views with professors that
can receive only scant attention
in class. This week the faculty of
the philosophy department will be
the special guests.
The last dlay of registration for
the annual all-campus bridge
tournament will be from 3 to 5
p.m. today in the Student Offices
of the Uiiion,
Bridge enthusiasts must register
in order to enter the tournament.
Only undergraduate University
students are eligible, and names
and addresses of both participants
will be necessary. Mixed couples
and stags may enter the contest.
The first round of the tourna-
ment will take place at 1:45 p.m.
Sunday, in the Union Ballroom.
The Howell system of duplicate
bridge will be used. Four couples
will be selected from each section
to compete Thursday, Jan. 16.
Two douples selected from the
final round will represent the
University in an inter-collegiate
bridge tournament with sectional
winners throughout the country.
The tournament will be held in
Chicago.
The Union will entertain stu-
dents from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday,
when they sponsor the annual
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Union Open House.
Tournaments, play-offs, danc-
ing, and a special stage show, will
be featured during the day. The
event is held annually to acquaint
students on campus with activities
and facilities of the Union.
S * *
The Michigan League and Union
will again present the weekly
broadcast, the Michigan Maize, at
1:45 p.M. Saturday over station
WPAG.
The program's main object is
to publicize campus events, and
include pertinent Michigan tradi-
tion and history.
Supper Tickets Sold
Persons intending to have Sun.-
day night supper at the In er-
national Center should purchase a
ticket before Saturday noon in the
Center office.
Supper is served at 6:30 p.m.
There is a charge of 50 cents per
person.
Hold Those Bonds!
Going to the
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Drop in at
THE LITTLE SHOP
for that pre-dance snack!

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Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a~m. Sat-
urdays.)
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1947
VOL. LVII, No. 77
Notices
Forestry Assembly: 10 a.m.,
Wed., Jan. 8. Kellogg Auditorium
(basement, Dental Research Bldg.,
7letcher St.). All Forestry stu-
dents without nonforestry con-
'licts are expected to attend.
All students residing in Uni-
versity residence halls who have
said board and room in full for
the first semester', are asked to
gall immediately at the Cashier's
Office, 104 South Wing, to receive
a refund.
Seniors who have not received
roofs of Senior pictures from
Chidnoff Studios must call Mary
Lou Rookus at the Michiganen-
sian or 2-5618 today.
Varsity Glee Club: Both sec-
tions meet on their respective
nights at 7:15 p.m., Rm. 305, Un-
ion. Bring any music you might
have out at this time.

School of Business Administra-
tion: Students expecting to regis-
ter in the school for the spring se-
mester should make classification
appointments in Rm. 108, Tappan
Hall, during week of January 13.
Men Students living in Ap-
proved Rooming Houses: The
closing date for the Fall Term will
be January 31, 1947, and if a stu-
dent is moving to another house,
rent shall be computed to include
this date. If either the househol-
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nate their present agreement, no-
tice must be given to the Office of
the Dean of Students on or be-
fore January 8, 1947. Forms for
this purpose may be secured in
Rm. 2 University Hall.
Recommendations for Depart-
mental honors: Teaching depart-
ments wishing to recommend ten-
tative February graduates from
the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts, and the School of
Education for departmental hon
ors should recommend such stu-
dents in a letter sent to the, Reg-
istrar's Office, Rm. 4, University
Hall, by 4 p.m., Feb. 6.
Attention February Graduates:
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts, School of Education,
School of Music, School of Public
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