THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1948
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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New Volume Will Hlighligdt
Stories of Famous Alumni
"Michigan and the ClevelandI Velde and Earl D. Babst, '93.
Era," a book by and about alumni Babst is now chairman. of the
of the University, will be pub- board of the American Sugar Re-
lished this month by the Univer- fining Co.
sity Press. Among the bogrppiirical
"The volume consists of a series sketches are those of President
of essays about outstanding Mich- James B. Angell, Minister to
igan alumni and faculty members China and Turkey; Judge Thom-
who served important positions in as M. Cooley, first chairman of
the two administrations of Grover the Interstate Commerce Com-
Cleveland," Prof. Lewis G. Van- mission; Don M. Dickinson, Post-
derVelde, of the history depart- master General, and Edwin F.
ment, said. Uhl, Assistant Secretary of State
The collection of essays, which and Ambassador to Germany.
was financed by an anonymous Local alumni who contributed
alumnus, was prepared under the sketches on the Cleveland admin-
joint editorship of Prof. Vander- istrators are Vice -President
Emeritus Shirley W. Smith, Dean
Emeritus Henry M. Bates, Prof.
T IP J.R Paul Leidy, Wilfred B. Show, Dr.
r OR F. C. Bald and Prof. VanderVelde.
Drs. Patten, Kramer
"The Egg and I" might be the
title for the movie which Dr.
Bradley M. Patten, Chairman of
the Department of Anatomy in
the Medical School, will show at
4:15 p.m. today in the Natural
The film, photographed by Dr.
Patten and his colleague Dr. The-
odore C. Kramer with an elab-
orate camera and timing controls
of their own devising, is properly
called "Micro-moving Pictures
Applied to the Study of Living
Embryos," and presents a graphic
portrayal of the early development
of the heart and circulation in
the chick embryo.
Because of the basic similarity
between the early human de-
velopment and that of other an-
imals,the study of forms which
can be handled experimentally
offers great help in interpreting
Shown earlier this semester at
a Sigma Xi lecture, the movie is
being returned at this time be-
cause of popular request.
Dr. Patten, who is one of the
outstanding figures in the field of
embryology today, has written
three books on the subject-"Hu-
man Embryology," "The Embry-
ology of the Chick," and "The
Embryology of the Pig," and has
contributed many papers to tech-
nical journals on the development
and developmental defects of the
heart and great vessels.
ON THE DOT'T ED LINE:
Autograph Collectors To Convene Here
The hand-writing of famous
people, from Thomas Jeffcr on to
Miles Standish, will be as2mbled
here Monday, for the first annual
meeting of the National Society
of Autograph Collectors.
The NSAC, unlike its counter-
parts, the bobby-soxer autograph
fans, takes its collecting quite
seriously and professionally, and
has many distinguished member;.
Collectors from all ove' the
country will be on hand at Cle-
ments Library for the conference,
to discuss their work, exchange
ideas, and exhibit their choice and
valuable specimens of autographs.
Dr. Otto O. Fisher. Detroit col-
lector. is bringing with him Jef-
ferson's proclamation on the pur-
chase of the Louisiana Territory.'
Letters by every U.S. president
will be shown by Mrs. Alfred M.
Colby, Mansfield, 0., and a docu-
ment signed by Miles Standish in
1647 will be exhibited by Richard
M. Lederer, of New York City.
The Clements Library itself, has
an extensive collection of auto-
graphs, and will exhibit writings
by Ferdinand and Isabella; Geo-
rge and Martha Washington, and
a letter by Lord .Cornwallis ex-
plaining why he surrendered at
The NSAC was begun last Jan-
uary to bring collectors and scol-
ars together, for exchanging of
information and aid.
NSA Group To Meet
All members, delegates and al-
ternates of the Student Legisla-
ture's NSA Committee will meet
4:15 p.m. today in the Union.
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UP YOU GO-Sgt. Frank Hawkins dangles beneath the belly of a
helicopter after he was picked up from a life raft in Lake Traf-
ford, Immokalee, Fla., in a simulated rescue from Florida's Ever-
glades. Pilot of the plane is Lt. Frank Sico, Westfield, Mass.
British Social Worker Will
Speak on Gandhi Tomorrow
YOUR OFFICIAL UNIVERSIT'Y RING
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to take a look at our
-atest list, of classics
Violin Concerto in E Minor............Mischa Elman
Sonata No. 3 in D Major Isaac and Alexander Zakin-
Opera Arias.,.........................Polyna Stoska,
Tchaikowsky: Symphony No. 4 .. Philadelphia Orchestra
Stravinsky: L'Histoire du Soldat....... Boston Symphony
Wagner: Parsifal-Prelude and Good Friday Spell
........ ......... Boston Symphony
Khachaturian: Gayne Ballet No. 2
.....................New York Philharmonic
Kleinsinger: Baseball Cantata ...........Robert Merrill
Brahms: Ziegeunerliedet..............Lotte Lehmann
Schumann: Scenes of Childhood .......... Maryla Jonas
You'd be wise to take a look at our
latest list of classics.
THE RADIO & RECORD SHOP
715 North University Phone 2-0542
Muriel Lester, noted British so-
cial worker and pacifist, will
speak on "Gandhi" at 8:15 p.m.r
tomorrow at Kellogg Auditorium.
As secretary of the Internation-
al Fellowship of Reconciliation,
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Pictures Applied to the Study of
Living Embryos," will be presented
by Dr. Bradley M. Patten, Chair-
man, Department of Anatomy, at
4:15 p.m., Natural Science Audi-
torium; sponsored by the Pre-
Medical Society. Open to the pub-
Graduate School Record Con-
cert: 7:45 p.m., East Lounge,
Mozart: Quartet No. 16 in E
Flat Major, K 428. Busch Quartet.
Beethoven: Quartet No. 7 in F
Major, Op. 59, No. 1. Busch Quar-
Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in
D Minor, Op. 125. Vienna Phil-
All graduate students are invit-
ed; silence is requested.
N.S.A. Committee Meeting: 4:15
p.m., Room 325, Michigan Union.
All committee members, and dele-
gates and alternates to the N.S.A.
National Congress are requested to
A.S.H. & V.E.: Meeting 7:30
p.m., Room 305, Michigan Un-
ion. Election of officers and
discussion of coming field trip.
Modern Poetry Club: 8 p.m.,
Russian '11darioom, Michigan
League. Symbols of belief in
Poetry will be discussed.
Young Democrats: 7:30 p.m.,
Round Trip $280
available for students
UNIVERSITY TRAVEL CO.
Rm. 325, Michigan Union. Election
of officers for the fall semester.
Ann Arbor Civic Orchestra: The
International Center presents, as
its last scheduled program of the
current semester, the Ann Arbor
Civic Orchestra in a program of
classical music, 8 p.m., May 16,
Ballroom, Michigan Union. The
public is invited. Program is com-
Gallery Talk: John Marin Ex-
hibition, by Mr. David R. Coffin,
Instructor in Fine Arts; Museum
of Art, Alumni Memorial Hall,
3:30 p.m., Sun., May 16. The pub-
lic is invited.
School of Music students and
others interested in the problems
and techniques of music in the
feature films are invited to a lec-
ture-demonstration on the sub-
ject. 2-4 p.m., Fri., May 14, Rack-
Sigma Delta Chi, national pro-
fessional journalistic fraternity.
Initiation, 4 p.m., Fri., May 14,
Michigan Union. Banquet, 6 p.m.,
Masonic Temple. Speaker: Prof.
John L. Brumm.
Open house tea in honor of
Muriel Lester, 4-5 p.m., Sat., May
15, Muriel Lester Cooperative
Tlouse. Students and faculty in-
Norris Pig Dinner: The Alpha
Phi Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta
is holding its annual Norris Pig
Dinner at 6 p.m., Sat., May 15,
Masonic Temple. Members from
other chapters are cordially in-
vited. For reservations call Dave
International Center's Instru-
tion classes in American Ball
Room Dancing: 8-10 p.m., Fri.,
May 14, Room 302 Michigan Un-
ion. Final meeting.
Wallace Progressive: 4:15 p.m.,
Fri., May 14, Room 305, Michigan
Union. Program: Plans for State
Conference; discussion of violence
against Progressive Party mem-
bers; plans for part-time summerj
work for the Progressive Party;
report from Student Coordinating
meeting called by Student Legis-
lature; and report from Detroit
Women of the University Fac-
ulty: Informal Tea, 4:30 p.m., Fri.,
May 14, Club Lounge, Michigan
League. In charge: members from
the Office of the Dean of Women
and Physical Education Depart-
Feeding your furs and
Anh .nn -ltoth, mfh
Miss Lester became a personal
friend of the late Hindu religious
She is founder of Kingsley Hall,
London, and author of "Enter-
taining Gandhi" and "It So Hap-
Following her appearance on
ampus in 1940, the first women's
cooperative house was named in
her honor. The new house was
first women's residence on cam-
pus without racial bars, and Mu-
riel Lester's name was chosen be-
cause of her emphasis on racial
Miss Lester's talk will be spon-
sored by the Inter-Cooperative
Council, Student Religious Asso-
ciation and Hindustan Associa-
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