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PkAC~E SI~ THE NII~fl1'4AN DAILY

Organ Recital
Will BeGiven
By Caire Coci
Fourth In Season's Series
Of Twilgiht Programs
To Be Presented Today
Claire Coci, well-known American
organist, will return to Ann Arbor
to present the fourth in the season's
series of Twilight Organ recitals at
4:15 p.m. today in Hill Auditorium.
Born in New Orleans, Miss Coci
first became known when, at the age
of 16, she secured a temporary ap-
pointment as organist of the Jesuit
Church. A short time later she was
engaged on a permanent basis and
was, in addition, given the position of
choir director. Despite her youth she
remained there for a number of years
before coming here to study under
Prof. Palmer Christian, University
organist.
"Her superb technical mastery of
the modern organ is phenomenal,"f
President Charles A. Sink of the
School of Music said yesterday com-
menting on Miss Coci, "but it serves
merely as a vehicle for her great
interpretative genius. Great music
flows from her fingertips, and it is
not surprising that with such tre-
mendous. artistic and technical
equipment she sweeps her audiesces
before her."
Miss Coci's program is as follows:
Prelude and Fugue in D major-Bach
Two Choral Preludes ........ Bach
"My Heart is Filled With Longing"
"Rejoice Ye Christians"
Prologue Tragious ...... Karg-Elert
Carillon .............. DeLamarter
Prelude and Fugue in G minor, Dupre
Sonata on the 4th Psalm. ... Ruebke
Hillel To Present
Broadway Success
Friday,_Saturday
In 1933 the Hillel Players Group
created a mythical director for their
production of the "Dybbuk" as a pub-
licity stunt, causing almost as great
a sensation as did the creation of
"Lee Grant" last semester, Lou Gross-
man, '40, present publicity director
of the Players, declared yesterday.
The real director of the play, how-
ever, was' S. Sylvan Simon, '33, now
Hollywood's youngest producer, but
not until long after the play was over
did the public know that Dmitri
Komonosov of the Moscow Art The-
atre did not supervise production.
This year the Players will present
the 1939 Broadway success, "The
Gentle People" by Irwin Shaw, author
of "Bury the Dead." The play, which
starred Franchot Tone, Sylvia Sid-
ney and Sam Jaffie in New York
will be shown Friday and Saturday
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Recordings Still Available
Orders for the Finnish Relief Con-
cert recordings will still be taken at
Morris Hal. The selections tran-
scribed on two twelve-inch discs are
Sibelius' symphonictone poem "Fin-
landia," 'The Dunes," third move-
ment of Victor Chervin's "Lake
Michigan Suite," ard "Pavanne,"
third movement of the "Second
American Symphonette" that Mor-
ton Gould composed.

To Offer Recital

DAILY OFFICI
Ccwn(nuetd fro Page 4)
29, in the Amphitheatre of the Rack-
ham Building. The public is cordial-
ly invited.

AL BULLETIN,

Lecture on "Wood Poles": Dr. R.
H. Colley, Timber Products Engineer
with the Bell Telephone Laboratories,
will give an illustrated lecture on
"Wood Poles" in the Chemistry Audi-
torium at 10:00 a.m. today. Students
in the School of Forestry and Conser-
vation are expected to attend and
classes will be dismissed for this pur-
pose. Any others interested are in-
vited.
Lecture, College of Architecture and
Design: John Gray Faron, Jr., former
fellow of the American-Scandinavi-
an Foundation, will give an illustrat-
ed lecture "Stockholm Builds for the
Future" in the ground floor lecture
room of the Architectural Building
on Friday afternoon, March 22, at
4:15. The public is invited.
League for Liberal Action lecture

series: Tucker Smith, Re ioial clie-
tor of The United Retail and Whole-
sale Clerks Association, will speak
on "American Labor and Politics"
at 8 p.m. today in the Natural
Science Auditorium. This is to re-
place the lecture by Rev. Owen Geer
previously announced.
French Lecture: Mr. Abraham Her-
man will give the sixth lecture on the
Cercle Francais program: "Les partis
politiques en France," today at 4:15
p.m., Room 103, Romance Languages
Building.
Tickets for the remaining lectures
and the French play may be pro-
cured at the door at the time of the
lecture.
Today's Events
Research Club meeting tonight at
8:00 in Rackham Amphitheatre.
Papers by Professor N. H. Williams
on "The Production and Absorption
of Very Short Electro-magnetic
Waves," and Professor A. W. Brom-

Dr. Purdon Will Discuss today at 4:15 p.m. in Natural Science
. Auditorium. Miss Frances Williams,
John inning Personalities National Administrative Secretary of
k t:;?i at: lan :tr i f,-iic n affect Ccn{,_ n "A
t i; "JobsQ~q. . a :. a.i the A4.a.''i
6c, os i di, Dr.T .4
S ft diom, rii Ptoi' of the i Ei- yI i iltal &'!lib wviii meet i
reau of App-intments and Occupa- the International Center this eve-
tional Information, at a meeting of ning, at 8 o'clock. All students of
nurses, 8:30 p.m. today in Couzens Slavic origin are cordially invited.
Hall.
The Detroit chapter of the Mich- Musical Program: to be given at
igan Student Nurses Association will the International Center this evening
be guests of University student at 7:30 o'clock, is as follows: Bach's
nurses to hear Dr. Purdom's lecture. Choral Prelude (Christ lay in the
A forum on guidance problems will bonds of death); Haydn's Symphony
follow his talk. No. 13 in G Major; and Tschaikovsky's

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Club will meet at 2:30 p.m. today at

Club will meet at 2:30 p.m. today at
the home of Mrs. C. W. Good, 2307
Hill St.
maset tnis safternoon at 5:00 in the
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Coming Events
The Observatory Journal Club will
meet at 4:15 p.m. Thursday after-
noon, March 21 in the Observatory
lecture room. Mr. Harris Dean will
speak on "The Rocket and Its Rela-
tion to Future Astronomy. Tea at
4:00 p.m.
Polish Engineering Society will
meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the
Michigan Union.
Geology Summer Camp: There will
be a meeting at 7:30 p.m., 'T'hursday,
March 21, in Room 3065 Natural Sci-
ence Building for all students who are
planning to go to Geology summer
camp next summer.

CLAIRE COCI
To Sing 'Crucifixion'
As part of the observance of Holy
Week, the choir of the Trinity Luth-
eran Church will present Stainer's
"Crucifixion" at 7:30 p.m. today at
the church

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CLASSIFIE D - A DVE RTISUNG

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age on "The Present State of Eire."
The Council will meet in Rackham
Assembly Hall Alcove at 7:40 p.m.
Chem. and Met. Eng. Seminar to-
day at 4:00 p.m. in Room 3201 E.
Engr. Bldg. Mr. C. D. D'Amico will'
speak on "The Formation of Various
Types of Graphite Patterns in Gray
Cast Iron."
Seminar in Physical Chemistry will
meet in Room 122 Chemistry Building
at 4:15 p.m. today. Dr. Adolph Stern
will speak on "Application of the pol-
arograph for analysis of inorganic
and organic substances"
Botanical Seminar will meet to-
dyat 4:30 p.m., Room 1139
N..Bldg. Paper by Harlow E.
Laing "The effect of oxygen con-
centration upon growth and respira-
tion in semi-submerged water plants."
Attention Pre-Medical Students:
Dean Furstenberg of the Medical
School will address the Pre-Medical
Society tonight at 8:15 in the East
Amphitheatre (Room 115) of the
West Medical Building.
Seminar in Oriental Religions:
'Shintoism' will be discussed by Miss
Hisako Fujiwara at the fourth meet-
ing of the Seminar, Lane Hall, 7:30,
tonight . All interested students are
welcome.
Cercle Francais meeting tonight at
7:30 in 408 R.L.
American Student Union meeting

Concerto No. 1 in B Flat Minor.
The Jewish History class will meet
at the Foundation tonight at 7:15.
Michigan Dames: Bridge group has
its regular meeting in the League at
eight o'clock tonight.
Garden Section, Faculty Women's

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HE HAN EVEMhHIN
Bi 0SOEBODY
?Which is the real Jimmy Cromwell? "The man who married Doris
Duke, richest girl in the world?" And regally commutes with her by
Clipper to their exotic $1,000,000 Shangri-La in Hawaii? Or is he at
heart the Hon. James H. R. Cromwell, Minister to Canada, co-author
of "In Defense of Capitalism," the book that makes both friends and
enemies of capitalism purple for lack of words? This week's Post brings
you in words and pictures the spectacular story of his zigzag career,
what he thinks, and what he dreams of doing next ..

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as an underwater war prisoner. Read the strange document in this week's
Post, by HUGO BLEIBERG.
FOOL FOR A WIFE. She was too pretty for a farm wife, they said. And
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