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TESDA'Y, MNCH 21, 1954


'Bull Ring' Features Company, Conversation, Beer

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"Banish joys and companion-
ship and you'll banish all the
world" is the maxim of the Uni-
versity Bull Ring where good com-
pany gets together for intellectual
conversation and beer every Fri-
day night in a downtown tavern.
Faculty and student members
are there to meet old friends,
make new ones and get away from
narrowing departmentalism and
shop talk.
AT EACH of the round tables
that crowd the room are seated
serious-minded men and women
discussing anything from "the
concept of a metaphysical word"
to why "the University radio sta-
tion sounds like a soap opera."
An occasional heated argu-
ment or sparkling story draws a
smal standing audience, crowd-
ing to hear, analyze and inter-
pret every word. f
* ~* *
THE BULL-RING was founded
last fall by a number of faculty
and students who wanted to have
a group that could meet on a
democratic basis in a small and
informal organization.
The founding fathers include
Prof. George Frsyth o~f the
fine arts department, Prof.
Austin Warren of the English
department, Prof. Irving Leon-
ard of the Spanish department,
Prof. Carl LaRue of the botany
department and David Crippen,
In an effort to keep the or-
ganization casual, there is only
one officer, a secretary-treasurer,
and one rule: no formal papers or
MEMBERSHIP cards were is-
sued to cover the small cost of
renting the tavern on Friday
nights. Ten cent beer reigns su-
An occasional event, like the
sneak preview showing of the

FOR THE INTELLIGENTSIA--THE BULL RING-Every Friday night in one of Ann Arbor's ta-
verns, University faculty and students get together for informal intellectual conversation and
beer. The organization, named the Bull-Ring, was formed to end narrow departmentalism and pro-
vide stimulating discussions.

campus produced film "The Well
Wrought Ern," may capture the
attention of all the beer drinkers,
but the usual custom is, a different
topic at every table.
*WT p* o
WITH THE publication of

"Generation" last week, much of
the discussion last Friday cen-
tered around the values of the in-
dividual articles.
With the sounding of the
midnight curfew on Ann Arbor
taverns the c row d begins to

Some go directly home, taking
with them the provocative issues
and thoughts debated during the
evening. Others continue the dis-
cussions well into the night, at
late hour restaurants and ham-
burger stands.

Ti Leaves Will
Spice Foreign
A shipment of ti and tara leaves
flown in from Hawaii will give
just the right tang to the pro-
ceedings at a traditional Hawaiian
supper to be held today at the
International Center.
It is necessary that the leaves
be fresh, as they are used to wrap
pork in to give the meat a spe-
cial flavor, according to two of the
cooks who will prepare the meal.
Following the dinner, George
Peek of the political science de-
partment will lead the weekly
round-table discussion on the sub-
ject, "Statehood for Hawaii -
What It Would Mean to the U.S."
The suppers are presented by
different groups of foreign stu-
dents each week.
Papers Available
Students who submitted manu-
scripts for the Inter-Arts Union
Festival or Generation may pick
them up Tuesday in Rm. 2213, An-
gell Hall.
to the tip
of your
dainty toes!
Smnart1.S cioeJ
208 East Washington St.

Two Students To Appear On Broadcas

To Talkyin Atlanta
Prof. James K. Pollock, chair-
man of the political science de-
partment, will be in Atlanta to-
morrow through Wednesday to
give a series of lectures and semi-
nars at the University of Atlanta
on the executive reorganization of

Women's Speech Fraternity,
Zeta Phi Eta, To Pledge 34

Zeta Phi Eta, national speech
fraternity for women, will pledge
34 women at 6:15 p.m. today in
the League chapel.





G 2 U iJ

They are Sally Arenson, Jane
Barker, Beverly Baron, Donna
Billington, Joyce Briskman, Ruth
Coplin, Beverly Eaton, Betty Jo
Faulk, Diane Faulk, Enid Frank,
Beverly Fullerton, Abbey Funk,
Barbara Hamel, Chprlene Hilt,
Betty L. Horowitz, Rolleen Jack-
son, Ralle Kamens and Mary A.
Ellie Littlefield, Doris Medina,
Rita Parrish, Margaret Price,
Jennie Quirk, Dolores Rashid,
Betty L. Robinson, Mary Sher-
wood, Judy Singer, Nancy Sten-
buck, Priscilla Stiller, Harriet Sto-
ber, Marilyn Thisted, Jo Wilson,
Jane Zaghibe, Pauline Zimmer-
SRA To Sponsor
Talks OnReligion
"The Position of the Atheist"
will be asserted by two graduate
philosophy students from 4 to 5:30
p.m. tomorrow at Lane Hall in
the first of four seminar sessions
to be held on the "Aspects of
Living Religions," under the au-
spices of the Student Religious



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