THE M ICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, '9M7
University Glee Club Will Give Musical Program Tomorrow In Hill Auditorium
Fourth Raw: R. L. Brrtt, W. A.yFurfeler, ..C.jKowskaS.P.mrtn,.Robrt,0. MorH. WliTs . RasontomerB.ya,.H.LT uionriaerJ. iBe.
Tyrrell and E. D. Racz.
Fifth Row: Robert 0. Manley, James E. Gardner, Wilfred E. Morris, H. F. Twyman, Frederick M. Epstein, Stuart 0. Hirshberg, E. J. Vandenburg,
Chairman Publishes Plans
For National Broadcast
(Continued from rage 1)
Of Chimes Denied
Rumors that a petition was being
circulated among the members of the
econcmics department and the col-
lege of engineering departments, ask-
ing for the reinstatement of the
chimes in the Engineering Annex
clock tower, were denied yesterday
by members of the departments
where the petition supposedly orig-
in charge intends to give other booth Aete
prizes, among them one for the most the bulletin board in the Economics
lucrative booth. building yesterday afternoon, with
The executive committee also voted the emphatic statement, "We want
to set the price of admission at 25 the bells!"
cents, half of the door price at the Unaware Of Drive
last student carnival, held in 1924 Prof. Charles F. Remer, acting
to construct the MichigantUnion i chairman of the economics depart-
ment, stated yesterday that he was
Tomlinson announced committee unaware of any organized drive 'to
heads now working under his direc- renew the use of the chimes. Most of
tion and under Jack Thom, '38, and the members of the department,
Sally Kenny, '38, assistant general however, are occasionally unable to
chairman. They are Mary Jane hear the new clock chimes in the
Mueller, 38, dances; Betty Whitney, Carillon tower, he said. Prof. Remer
Mary Johnson, '38, and John Mann, said that he had communicated his
38 and Hubert Bristol, '37, tickets; request for the use of the old chimes
Mary Johnson, '38, and John Mann,; to the Dean's office.
'37, concessions; Murray Campbell, Shirley W. Smith, vice-president of
'38, parade; Bob Lodge, '39, enter- the University, said yesterday thatp
tainmert; Ernie Jones, '38 C and was aware of a pronounced feeling
Robert Mansfield, '38, floor show; in some quarters of the campus for
Fred Giev, '38, orchestras; Hugh the reinstatement of the bells. Two
Rader, '38, programs; George Cos- reasons given were that some of the
Willoughby, '37, booths; and Sigma the hours for more than fifty years
Delta Chi, national professional jour- until they were allowed to run down
Brc .efod '3, adMrLo belswch ha7.nrign u
nalistic fraternity, publicity, under i on March 7.
its president, Marshall Shulman, '37. Majority To Rule
j ~"It is a difficui mauuer," said 'Mr.
Smith, "to ascertain the majority
Borecki, '37E, Awarded opinion on campus as regards the
Pois g er' Prizesystem, but if the majority of stu-
dents and faculty want the old chimes
The professional chapter of the started up again, the University will
Polish Engineers Society in Detroit be glad to oblige them."
recently announced that Henry S. Mr. Smith continued that "it
Borecki, '37E, was the recipient of a wvould perhaps be a good idea to al-
$120 scholarship, one of the several low things to go along as they are
scholarships awarded annually by the now until spring. If members of
organization. the faculty are still bothered later
Borecki is a member of the local on by the absence of the bells, and if
student chapter. a majority of those concerned want
All Polish engineering students are the old chimes wound up again, the
invited to attend the meeting of the authorities will take action."
local chapter to be held at 7:30 p~m.n
E. L. Anderson, Richard P. Rankin, and James W. Metcalf.
Sixth Row: R. L. Gillis, Arthur W. Swann, F. K. Bradford,, H. O. Spencer, Hugh O. Roberts, Carl A. Viehe,
J. Wolf, Eugene C. LaSalle and C. E. Harwood.
J. W. Collins, Robert E. Lodge, Van
Speech Contest Tryouts
EVENING RADIO PROGRAMSI Will Be Held Monday
6:15-News and Sports.
6r:30-Dave Schooler's Orch.
6:45-Freddy Berrens' Orch.
7:00-Stan Lomax-Sports Commentator.
7:15-Ted Lewis' Orch.
7:30-Trans-Radio News Bulletins.
7:45-Pleasant Valley Frolics.
8:30-Guy Lombardo's Orch.
9:30-Ed Fitzgerald Revue.
10:00-Friendly Sons of St. Patrick.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:15-Jan Brunesco's Orch.
11:30-Kay Kyser's Orch.
Midnight-Leon Belasco's Orch.
12:30-Dick Stabile's Orch.
1:00-Sammy Kaye's Orch.
6:30-Melody and Rhythm.
6:45-Pretty Kitty Kelly.
' 7:15-Diamond City News.
8:00-A&P Band Wagon With
9:00-Major Bowes' Amateur Hour.
10:00-Your Adventures with Floyd Gib-
10:30-March of Time.
11:15-Mummers-In the Little Theatre
Of the Air.
11:50-Red Nichol's Orch.
Midnight-Marvin Frederic's Orch.
12:30-Vincent Lopez's Orch.
6 :00-Ty Tyson.
6:45-Police Commissioner Pickert.
7:00-Amos 'n' Andy.
7:30-Detroit News Radio Extra.
10:00-Kraft Music Hall.
11 :05-Northwood Inn Orch.
Midnight-Webster Hall Orch.
6:30-Day in Review.
7:15-To Be Announced.
8 :30-Les Arquette.
8:45-Murray D. Van Wagoner.
9:00-WPA Detroit Civic Orch.
9:30-America's Town Meeting.
10:00-Emil Coleman's Orch.
11:00-Clyde Lucas Orch.
11:30-Phil Levant's Orch.
Midnight-Henry Busse's Orch.
Tryouts for the University Orator-
ical Contest will be held at 4 p.m. on
Monday in Room 4203 in Angell Hall,
According to Prof. Louis M. Eich, di-
rector of the contest.
Five or six speakers will be selected
from the tiyouts to compete in the
University contest the following week,
Professor Eich said, and the winner
of this contest will represent Michi-
gan at the Northern Oratorical
League Contest to be held on May °7
A T LAST! GRACE
MOORE GOES TO TOWN
today at the Union where a guest
speaker from Detroit will speak on l
some phase of engineering.
The newly-elected officers are, Max
Sokol, '38E, president; Jerome Czaj -
kowski, '38E, vice-president; and Ed-
ward Kazmark, '38E, secretary-treas-
All makes and models,
Bought, Sold, Rented,
314 SOUTH STATE STREET
SHOWS AT 2:00 - 4:00 - 7:00 - 9:00 P.M.
MATINEES - - 25c
EVENINGS - - 35c
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THREE DAYS -STARTING TODAYfr
There's ASurprise For You!
A BRILLIANT STAR! A GAY ROMANCE
Graduating Seniors and others
Bron~son-Thomas Prize in German: from Detroit and Vicinity: A repre-
(Value about $30)-open to all un- sentative of the Connecticut Mutual
dergraduate students in German of .M
distinctly American training. Will Life Insurance Co., Detroit, will be
be awarded on the results of a three- here on Thursday, March 18, to in-
hour essay competition to be held terview men for sales. This company
under departmental supervision on has inaugurated a training plan for
March 31, at 2 p.m., 204 University new men, with arrangements for fi-
Hall. Contestants must satisfy the nancial assistance. Please call at
department that they have done the. 201 Mason Hall or University Exten-
necessary reading in German. The sion 371, for, appointments, office
essay may be written in English or hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 4 p.m.
German. Each contestant will be
fre t chos hi on sbjct ro University Bureau of Appoint-
free to choose his own subject from ments aid Occupational In-
a list of at least 10 offered. The formation.
list will cover five chapters in the
development of German literature The University Bureau of Appoint-
from 1750 to 1900, each of which will ments and Occupational Information
be represented by at least two sub-IhasrendO anonalmInoaUn
has received announcements of Unit-
jects. Students who wish to compete ed States Civil Service examinations
and who have not yet handed in for chief, principal, senior, assistant
their applications should do so Im- and engineering draftsmen (for work
mediately and obtain final directions. on ships), optional branches-ship
piping, ship ventilation, marine en-
gines and boilers, electrical (ship),
D and hulls, salaries, $1,620 to $2,600;
_ for principal, senior, associate, as-
sistant, junior, and social science an-
alyst (optional subjects for assistant
WANTED and junior social science analyst-
economics sociology and social re-
WANTED: 1 (or 2) girlsshare large, search, political science), salaries,
very nice apartment. $15 per $2,000 to $5,600.
A representative of Montgomery
Ward & Company will be at the Bu-
reau today to interview men for
retailing. Kindly make appoint-
ments at the Bureau, 201 Mason
Hall, or call Extension 371.
U.S. Naval and Marine Corps Re-
serves Flight Training: Information
is available in the office of the De-
partment of Aeronautical Engineer-
ing, B-47 East Engineering Bldg., mn
regard to the course of flight train-
ing offered by the Reserve Corps of
the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps.
This course is available to all quali-
fied students who have completed
-two years of their work at the
University and have fulfilled other
necessary requirements. Students in
Aeronautical Engineering are given
preference but in general all Univer-
sity students are eligible. All those
interested in this-work may examine
the statement of requirements at the,
Aeronautical Engineering office.
Those wishing to obtain applications
should leave their names and ad-
dresses. The first class will begin
training on May 15, 1937, and will
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The bureau has also received an- University High To Give
nouncements of Detroit Civil Service 'c
examinations for junior and senior 'O ce In A Blue Moon
mechanical engineering aids (senior "Once In A Blue Moon," an oper-
-inflammables and refrigeration in- etta by Noble King, will be presented
spection); senior construction inspec- by the music and drama departments
tor (heavy construction-for dura- of the University High School at 8:15
tion of sewage disposal project), min- p.m. Thursday and Friday in the
imum induction salaries, $1,680 to high school auditorium.
$2,5-0. For further information con- The operetta, which contains a
cerning these examinations, call at prologue and three acts, is under the
201 Mason Hall, office hours, 9 to 12 direction of Miss Odena Olson and
and 2 to 4 p.m. Charles McGaw.
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