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THE MICHIGAN DAILY' sID
- I ^M If IYe s l

Music School
Orchestra To
Give Concert
Symphony Unit To Present
Program Next Sunday In
Hill Auditoriun
The University School of Music
Symphony Orchestra, under the di-
rection of Prof. Earl V. Moore, will
provide a program of orchestral se-
lections at the regular Faculty Con-
cert series at 4:15 p.m. Sunday in
Hill Auditorium. Mabel Ross Rhead
will appear as soloist with the orches-
tra in a Tschaikovsky Concerto for
piano.
Miss Rhead is well known both as
a soloist and as an ensemble player.
She has performed with numerous
outstanding orchestras and has ap-.
peared in concert before audiences in
many large music centers.
The Orchestra will play two num-
bers and then will close the program
with the above mentioned concerto
in four movements with Miss Rhead
as soloist. The numbers which the
Orchestra will present by itself are
the Overture to Rimsky-Korsakoff's
"The Russian Easter," and the Pre-
lude to Richard Wagner's opera
"Parsifal."
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White Cross Seal Drive
Is Successful In County
The sale of White Cross Seals is
meeting with success throughout
Washtenaw County, according to a
statemerit made by G. Claude Drake,
member of the distributing commit-
tee in Ann Arbor.
The sales in the State have now
reached 120,000 and it is hoped that
200,000 will be reached by Saturday
when the drive ends. The quota set
for Washtenaw County was 45,000.
Twenty-eight societies have taken it
upon themselves to help distribute
the seals.
The money will be spent in aiding
the crippled children of the nation.
The International Society for Crip-
pled Children will receive 20 per cent
of the money, 30 per cent will be given
to the Michigan Society for Crippled
Children and the remaining 50 per
cent will be used for crippled children
in Washtenaw County.

350 Freshmen File
Admission Blanks
More than 350 applications for the
freshman class of next year have al-
ready been received, the office of the
registrar reported yesterday. Since
figures for this time last year are not
available, no comparison could be
made with this year's class.
However, it was explained that
most of the applications are received
after June 1, and that early applica-
tions are the result of a drive carried
on during the last four years to ob-
tain applications before high school
graduation.
More than 500 applications were
received by the end of the school term
last year, but officials in charge point-
ed out that this had little, if any, re-
lation to the final accepted enroll-
ment.

--Associated Press Photo
President Roosevelt is shown as he signed the Vinson bill outlining
a seven-year naval building program that would require between $500,-
000,000 and $750,000,000. Left to right: Rep. Carl Vinson of Georgia,
chairman of the House naval committee; Henry L. Roosevelt, assistant
secretary of the navy; Rep. Fred Britten of Illinois, member of the
naval committee.

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