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iieArt Band
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At Music 'Meet
ligh School Music Group
W"1 feet Here Dec. 10;
40 Pieces On Program

The iersity of Michigan concert
Band w Ill ay approximately 40 num-
bers Yr.-m the national high school
select i9t in a "reading clinic" be-
fore the ichi-gan School Band and'
OnrchI -a Association which will
meet ,h rf ,a;rturday.
The : rzr".- meeting of the associa-
tion ti I.,,c held Saturday morning
in th, Ji. o and 'the clinic will be
prese=,,.d t t 2 p m. in Hill Auditor-!
iumP Wiliam D. Revelli, director
of the m sagid yesterday. The nun
bes Thi played have all been re-
quest. by; the high school music
directru. comprise the member-
ship i ti-heassociation.
The nn ual Michigan Band and
Orche ;a Festival, held under the
joit ~ s es of. the association and
the (cl) : rasters Club, will be held
April 4 29in Ann Arbor Profes-
sor RE 1li said. A special feature of
the fc~ iva this coming year will be
a nicl: .arching performance on
the c:h~n night of the festival. [
Pro :t 520r evelli disclosed several
other rants on schedule -11r the concert
band. '. concert will be presented Jan,
19 o : he stage of the Michigan 1
Tye iis performance is being.
subs~t ed for the annual Christmas
Shov uually presented before vaca-
tion 1.ithetheatre.\}s
In : thi-iojn, this year, the band is1
platnn ; Christmas party at 4:151
p.m., . :4 for Ann Arbor childrenE
betty fn te ages of 8 and 13. TW. :
party _1II ha in Hill Auditorium
_-.,_.Be a Goodfeow-

President Calls Top-Flight A mbassadors To White HOUSe
Three of America's top-flight ambassadors are show n at the White House with Acting Secretary of State
Sumner Welles after conferring for an hour and a half with President Roosevelt. Left to right: William C.
Buliitt, ambassador to France, Welles, Hugh 11. Wilson, recently recalled as ambassador to Germany; William
Phillips, ambassador to Italy.

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(Broadway Hit Debaters Wi n Students Offer
(pn Tonight 2.1 jjt Stol, Radio Drama
Wdly cclaaimed Play Fom Toledo GeorgeaWashington's Death
Begins 3-D~ay Run I Is Theme Of Skit
Contnue fro Pae j The Michigan chapter of Sigma
t Cotinus frm Pae I Rho Tau, honorary engineering speechE The death of George Washington
Margery Soenksen, '39, and Stepheni society, won a 2-1 decision from the will be re-enacted over the air by
Fxliiak Unversty f Tledodebter instudents ins broadcasting at 3p.m. to-
The play has been in rehearsalTusa' conference contest rn the day over Radio Station WJR, Detroit.
afternoon and evening for more than ' oestion, "Resolved: That thle Gov' A part of the "Little Known Facts
two weeks. In that short time the eietPlc fDvlpn ae 'in American History" series, this skit
stagecraft crew, under the direction Sts sSun.I is presented to make available to
ofi Robert Mellenkamp, scenery de- Power Sts ISon. teachers, students in history and the
signer, completed the elaborate sets Thirty men from Toledo travelled general public the priceless source
and put them up at the Lydia Men- to Michigan to hear the contest.I materials on American history houised
delssohn Theatre. In their last play Michigan contestants in the affirma- in the William L. Clemnents Library.
"Counsellor-at-Law" the crew was tive discussion were Earl Brenn, '39E, The dramatization will be directed
able to cleverly counterfeit modern- Harry Fischer, '40E, R. Harry Smith, by Harold Gast, '39, who w(ill also
istic furniture for the law offices. But '41E, Charles Heinen, '41E, Harry W.; play the part of George Washington.
for "Pride and Prejudice" they had Reed, '40E, and John Baunan, '40E. Margery Soenksen, '39, will portray
to construct the elaborate properties Wheaton L: Strom, '39L, was chair- 'Martha Washington. Other members'
for a Victorian parlor, with all the man of the contest. l of the cast include Ben Wampler,
details, from fancy carved furniture Judges for the debate were Prof. '39A, Karl Klauser, '39, and Ethel F.
and candelabra to board floorsI Har.ry Bouchard of the civil engineer- Swanson, Grad.
and flowery end tables. "They have I ing department, Prof William H. Announcer will be Jack Zuideveld,
done a really creditable 'job on thej Egly of the engineering English de- '40, and narrator, Mazel Johnson.
sets, Mitchell Raskin, '39, of Play partment, and Prof. Robert C. Cole .Be a Goodfelow -
Production said yesterday, of the mechanical and engineering Ra al ls~e d
Another sellout for each perfor- drawing department.RedD iCasfdA s

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Martin's Warning
Is Sent To UAW

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Dr. J . Sundwall of the medicalc
hoo; . tuined yesterday from Newi
ork e' attending a conference- ofi
he Ai ::can Public Health Associa- ]
on's : :rnittee upon the education-1
Squa ions and training of Pub-
c HI h personnel.

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DETROIT, Dec. 7.-(A)-A strongly
worded statement from Homer Mar-
tin, United Automobile Workers pres-
ident, warned officers and members
of the CIO union today that they
"wll be held accountable" for any
failure to oppose unauthorized
strikes.
Martin's stand, in accord with poli-
cies set forth at the recent meeting
of the Congress of Industrial Organ-
izations at Pittsburgh, was outlined
in a communication to international
officials and all local unions of the
UAW.
The statement followed a series of
strikes in the industry.

Dr. Forsythe Warns Students
Colds Cause 25% Of Sickness.
Colds account for 25 per cent of result from a slight cold or its symp-
student illnesses, according to statis- toms. What may be often thought a
tics recently published, Dr. Warren (cold may be an indication of influen-
I za, measles, scarlet fever or whooping
E. Forsythe, Director of the Health cough. Prevention of the spread ofj
Service, disclosed yesterday. these far more complicated diseases
Adequate knowledge of the whys may be successful if, at first, such
and wherefores of colds can be symptoms as a running nose, sneezing
learned, he said, if students bother or sore throat, cause the person to
to read a small pamphlet published take proper measures of protection
by the Metropolitan Life Insurance for the first few days.
Co., "Colds, Influenza and Pneu- Rest, indoors if possible, cannot be
monia," in which several conditions too strongly emphasized in the suc-
relative to colds are revealed. cessful treatment of colds, the pam-
Colds are contagious and easily phlet says. Drinking a lot of water
transmissible from one person to an- and the consumption of light, whole-
other. Long lasting colds may lower some foods aid in combating the germ.
the body's resistance, according to A popular fallacy concerning the
the pamphlet, that pneumonia, tuber- treatment of colds is the advisability
culosis and chronic throat infec- of sweating after a hot bath under
tins may take hold in the system. a tremendous burden of blankets and
People already afflicted with colds thus succeeding in "sweating out the
are considered largely responsible for cold." Drugs should be used in no
the transmission of colds through case whatsoever except under doc-
coughing, sneezing or talking in close tor's orders. There is no drug yet
proximity to a healthy person. Uten- discovered which cures colds, accord-
sils once used or handled by an in- ing to the pamphlet

mance is expected by members of the
amateur dramatic group.
Be a Goodfellow
Ruthven To Greet
MichiganBankers
Investment authorities from the
state will be welcomed by Pres. Alex-
ander G. Ruthven at the opening ses-
sion of the bond investment confer-
ence at 9:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
Union. The study conference, con-
ducted .iointly by the Michigan Bank-
ers' Association and the business ad-
ministration school, will continue
through Saturday.
Prof. Harlow Heneman of the poli-
tical science department will speak
on "Can Britain Continue to Muddle
Through?" at the dinner meeting at
6 p.m. tomorrow, in the Union.

It's Nature's Drink
ARBOR SPRINGS
WATER
Delivered in the bottle for use in club,
house, or fraternity
o Phone 8270 r

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FOR RENT
FOR ',, -T-Suite with private bath
and ;ow r for three. Steam heat.
Con Uio s hot water. Phone 8544.
422 E. W-shington. 229
FOR IEN T--Two room furnished
apaner t, convenient to campus.
Inq xce J lanor, 409 S. State. 235'
l ATED -- TYPING
TYPIN [ per.en ed. Miss Allefi,
408 S. 5th Avenue. Phone 2-2935
or 2 -l416 79
TYPINU at reasonable rates. Mrs.
llowar l, 613 Hill St., dial 5244. 176
LOST and FOUND
LOST-Cerral watch and charm
bracelet, Barbour Gym Monday
night. Reward. Call room 403, tele-
phone 2-4561. 237
FOUN DP aturday a purse in front
of E-J al"th Dillon Shop. Owner
please identify and pay for ad. 239
LAUNDRIES
LAUNDI Y - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Caref v ork at low prices. 9
MISCELLANEOUS
WASIh) SAND and Gravel, Drive-
way g ave washed pebbles. Killimn
Grave, Company, Phone 7112. 17
PAPERr ANGER-Craftsman, cap-
able fi e paper work. Dial 7209. 181
WANTE -A position in a fraternity
house Ater the Christmas holidays.
Capat e, much previous experience.
Call-8 i33. 230

IFOR SALE--"M" Blankets, pillows,
pennants, etc., direct from manu-
facturer-name embroidered free-
ideal for Xmas gifts. Save money
by phoning 6785 evenings. 711 Pack-
ard. 228
RADIO SERVICE -- BOB COLTEN
can handle your radio and record
problems. All makes repaired.
Phone 6327.
ANTIQUES-The Colonial Antique
" Shop, 303 N. Division, phone 8876,
offers old silver, jewelry, china,
colored glass, prints, etc., for a dis-
tinctive and useful Christmas gift.
233
DRIVING to California, Southern
route, '36 Ford sedan, will take two
to share expense. References ex-
changed. Call 3596. 238
HELP WANTED-5 young men to
work in Photo Studio. Apply after
4:30 at Mack & Co. 236

fected person may be a source of colds.
Even contact w i t h implements
handled by a person afflicted with a
cold may result in the transmission of
the germs to the hands and eventual-
ly, if no washing intervenes, to the
nose and mouth. Diseased adenoids or
tonsils lower resistance to colds a
do fatigue and malnutrition
Any variety of complications can

Ene a Goodfellow--.._
Munn To Show Pictures
Assistant football Coach Clarence
Munn will show motion pictures of
the Minnesota, Yale, and Ohio State
games at 7 p m. Sunday on the third
floor of the Union. All persons inter-
ested are invited to attend.

GiftofBeauty
A Groomwell GIFT BOND will
be her loveliest Christmas token.
o. i GROOMWELL BEAUTY SHOPS
1205 So. University 615 East Liberty
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Saturday ... at the Union
The Annual
"JINGLE BALL"
Musilc by'
BOB STEINLE
and his Melody Men
Ifl SANTA CLAUS (in person)

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DECEMBER

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