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THE MICIHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JAN. 31, 1937

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Sehnabel Here
Sor 9th Choral
Union Concert
Arthur Schnabpl, Austrian pianist,
will offer the ninth in the Choral
Union concert series on Feb. 23, in
Hill Auditorium, making his second
Ann Arbor appearance.
Schnabel is especially noted for
his interpretations of Beethoven and
will offer a group by that composer.
At the age of 10 he began his studies
with the celebrated Leschetizky and
began giving concerts at the age of
15.
The program which he will offer,
is as follows:
Schubert: Sonata in A major
(posthumous), Allegro, Andantino,
Scherzo: Allegro vivace, Rondo: Al-
legretto.
Beethoven: Bagatellen, Op. 126;
Fantasie, Op. 77; Rondo a capriccio,
Op. 129 in G major.
Schumann: Davidsbundlertaze, Op.
6.
Doctor And Nurse
Go To Flood Area
Responding to a call received by
Dr. John Sundwall, director of the
division of hygiene and public health,
from the health commissioner of
Ohio, Dr. John A. Carter, a special
student in the division, left yester-
day to report for rural health work
in the flooded district near Batavia,
Ohio.
At the request of the health com-
missioner of Indiana for a public
health nurse, Miss Helen Wilson, also
a special student in the division, left
yesterday for flood duty in Indian-
apolis, it was announced.
Marley, Eby Head
Convention In Flint
Two Ann Arbor residents, the Rev.
H. P. Marley, minister of the Unitar-
ian Church, and Kermit Eby of Ann
Arbor high school, took a leading
part in a meeting Thursday night in

New Orleans Hopes Levee Will Check Flood

Ann Arbor Art Group Helm
To Show Hofer's Oils To

x, Holds Mau 1 SUNNINGHAM WINS MILE ! ords, came thundering around the
i BOSTON, Jan. 30.-(iP)-Mighty last back turn tonight to overtake
Be Incomplete Glenn Cunningham, the maker of the and gain a five yard victory over
world's indoor and outdoor mile rec- Indiana's Don Lash.

The Ann Arbor Art Association will
exhibit oil paintings by the German
artist Karl Hofer Feb. 1 to 21. 2 to 51
p.m. daily, in Alumni Memorial Hall.1
The College Art Association says
of Karl Hofer "he is perhaps the mostI
popular German artist to have ex-
hibited in the United States and his
works are widely owned in American
collections. Mr. Hofer's work has,
been shown in many Carnegie Inter-I
national Exhibitions and in traveling'
exhibitions. He is represented in the
Detroit Institute and other museums
in this country."

Mathematics is not as consistent
and complete as many persons be-
lieve, Dr. Olaf Hlelmer, German lg
ician and mathematician, told a
group of mathematicians and phlo;-,
ophers in a lecture Friday.
Only recently have attempts been
made by the Englishmen Russel and
Hilbert to classify and fcrmulate the
logical principles of the subject. Hil-
bert's system, based on the opera-
tions of arithmetic, which Dr. Helmer
said, have not been shown to be con-
tradictory, has been attacked by Jo-
('el an Austrian logician.

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- Associated Press Photo
Residents of the lower Mississippi River Valley are hoping their levees
such as this one near New Orleans, will hold in check the mighty advance
of the Ohio River flood waters and save their homes and cities from
inundation. Meanwhile, they are preparing to flee to higher ground if
the situation becomes acute.
Flint called, it was announced, "to of the meeting, which was attended by
give professional groups in Flint ade- between 200 and 300 persons, and Mr.
quate information about the strike Eby was included among the speak-
situation." Mr. Marley was chairman ers on the program.
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I guess if I sent her a card,
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Dick says he knows a place 'in town,
Where all the nicest ones are found.
He said, "Francisco-Boyce where's I got mine;
The bestest sort of valintine."
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Since 1905

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