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THE -lVfIC-HIGA-N ,IQAILY

T=RSDOAY,. JULY 24, 1941

THE -1~HOHTGA-N DAILY 2 T8ILR8I~AY~ JUZ.Y 24 1k'1

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EDUCATION MEET:
Mitchell Cites Skills, Values
As Physical Education Goals

Physical education should give
the student skills and apprecia-
tions that will last him all his
life rather than be "exercise for
the sake of exercise," Prof. Elmer
D. Mitchell, of the physical ed-
ucation department, said yester-
day.
Speaking before an education
school assembly, Prof. Mitchell
;aid, "in University courses, more
academic content is beinginld
ed in physical education classes
to give an appreciation of health,
safety and sports in one's per -
sonal life and in ourAmerican
culture."
Gives Skills and Understanding
Physical education can well give
a student skills and understand-
ing that will stay with him as a
permanent part of his life inter-
ests, he said.
He suggested that forestry stu-
dents could use instruction in life
saving and outdoor sports, that
journalism students intending to
be sports writers should have a
personal knowledge of many
sports, and that architecture stu-
Alice Russell
Named to Post
Appointed Alumnae
Council Secretary
Miss Alice Russell, of Ann Ar-
bor, has been named executive
secretary of the Alumnae Coun-
cil of the University Alumni Asso-
ciation, Clair B. Hughes, alumni
president, announced.
The Appointment was made by
the Association's executive com-
mittee.
Miss Russell will succeed Mrs.
Lucille B. Conger, who held the
post for the past 15 years. Mrs.
Conger will retire Sept. 1. Miss
Rissell's appointment is effective
Aug. .
A graduate of the University in
1924, Miss Russell took her M.A.
here in 1927. She has taught in
Michigan high schools and has
been on the faculty of the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin.
During her student years, .he
was a member of Collegiate Soro-
sis and Delta Kappa Gamma, hon-
orary education fraternity.
Mrs. Conger became executive
secretary of the Alumnae Coun-
cil during the depression years
when many of the organized clubs
were inactive. Through her lead-
ership, many of them were re-
vived and new ones organized.
Soop Named Associate
Extension Service Chief
E. J. Soop has been appointed
director of the University Exten-
sion Service, Dr. Charles A. Fish-
er, director of the Extension Serv-
tce, has announced.
Soop joined the Extension Serv-
ice in 1935 as field secretary and
opened the Detroit office. He
was appointed assistant director
in 1941.
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1:30 until 5:00
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dents could use information on
uses of sports and recreation
buildings.
Acquire Physical Fitness
College programs of physical
education siould at the same
time continue to aim at enabling
every student to acquire physical
fitness, Prof. IMitchell said.
"Peace-time physical fitness
should mean the ability to carry
one's work load without stag-
gering, to participate in reactions
with ease and enjoyment, and to
have a reservoir of endurance to
meet the emergencies of life, Prof.
Mitchell declare'd.
Starlight B.all
Will .Be Held
Special Decorations
Will Highlight Dance
The Starlight Bal, sponsored
by the Casbah, will be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow in the
League Ballroom.
Special decorations reflecting
the starry theme will be supple-
mented by special arrangements
by Al Chase and his band, and
special programs for each couple.
Carla Mullendore, chairman of
the dance, has announced.
Sponsors of the dance will be

Math Experts
Will Discuss
Algebra Here
University and college mathe-
maticians from the United States
and Canada will attend an alge-
bra conference which will be held
here tomorrow through Monday
under the sponsorship of the
mathematics department.
Among the speakers at the con-
ference will be Prof. Emil E. Artin,
of Princeton, Prof. Richard Brau-
er, of the University of Toronto
and Prof. Nathan Jacobson, of
Harvard.
Speakers from the University
include Prof. Robert M. Thrall.
Prof. Louis C. Karpinski, Prof.
Leonard Tornheim, Max Wood-
bury and Arnold Shapiro.
During the conference Prof.
Karpinski will conduct visits to
the General Library's rare book
room to show the University's col-
lection of early books on alge-
bra.
Friday and Saturday sessions
will be held in the East Confer-
ence Room of the Rackham
Building. On Sunday the meet-
ings will be held in Kelloogg Aud-
itorium and Monday's sessions will
meet in the West Conference
Room of themRackham Building.
A tea for members of the con-
ference will be given at 4:30 p.m.
Saturday in the League.

Piano Recital ...
Harry Burton Ray, music school
student, will present a piano re-
cital at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow at
the Rackham Assembly Hall.
His program will include selec-
tions by Brahms, Schubert, Dohn-
anyi and Chopin.
* * *
Carillon Concert.
Percival Price, University Car-
illoneur will present a recital at
7:15 p.m. today .
The program will include
German and British folk songs,

French Children's song and
group of old Flemish airs.

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CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS

Coffee Hour . .
Prof. Rudolph Heberle of Louis-
iana State University will be the
guest of honor at the sociology
department's informal coffee hour
to be held at 4 p.m. today in the
West Conference Room of the
Rackham building.
Lecture Series .*.
Prof. Edgar G. Johnson, of
the education school will speak

on "The Teacher in an Atomic
Age," at 4:05 p.m. today in the
University High School auditor-
ium.
The lecture, which is one in a
summer series sponsored by the
education school, is open to the
public.
* *
Indian Movies . .
Prof. M. B. Emeneau, of the
University of California, will give
a lecture and show movies on In-
dia at a meeting of the Hindus-
tan Association at 8 p.m. tomor-
row in the International Center.

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Veterans'

Checks Held

Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dean
Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Dean
Mrs. Erich A. Walter, Prof.
Mrs. Arthur Bromange, Prof.
Mrs. Benjamin Wheeler, Dr.
Mrs. Louis A. Hopkins andZ
Elsie R. Fuller.

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and
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and
Mrs.

Government checks for the fol-
lowing veterans are being held at
the Ann Arbor post office. They
will be returned to Columbus on
August 5.
John W. Crawford, Jr., Ken-
neth H. Phillips and Alfred Sha-
piro.

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