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MI ICHIAC A AN

DAILY

enior Class.
May Pay Dues
At Two Posts
>mmittee Plans ColletioH
Of Dollar Assessments;
'Ensian To Get Funds

Men's Glee Club To Sing At Finnish Relief Concert

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Senior class dues of one dollar
per student will be collected by the
Finance Committee of the literary
college tomorrow in Angell Hall and
by the School of Education Finance
Committee from 10 a.m. to noon, aad
from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow in
the lobby of the Education School.
The purpose of the dues will be
to pay for senior class pages in the
'Ensian, for incidental expenses such
as posters and stationery, and for a
fund to be used by the class after
graduation. The fund, which will
be turned over to the Class Officers'
Council of the Alumni Association,
will enable class organizations to be
kept together; Don Nixon, '40, chair-
man of the Finance Committee an-
nounced, by maintaining contacts
between =officers and members and
providing :for reunions every five
years.
The Finance Committee of the lit-
erary college consists of Walter Hin-
kle, Jack Luxan, Louis Grossman,
Miriam Szold, Ann Platt, Ruth Cha-
pard, Julius Rockwell, Gordon Laing,
Dorothy Nichols, and Nixon.
The Education Finance Committee
consists of Catherin Batschelet, Jack
Christiansen, Leona Gallow, Mar-
garet McBeth, Clinton Mahlke, Ethel
Mikulich, Harold Nichols, William
MacIntosh, Jeanne Prentice, Eliza-
beth French and Miss Orr.

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By JUNE McKEE -
The life of Martin Luther will be
depicted in the "Join the Choir"
broadcast at 9 a.m. today over WJR.
Kenneth Westermann and the quar-
tet present several special hymns
while Louis Quall, '41, narrates. Du-
ane Nelson, Grad, announces and
directs.
Music by the University Mens' Glee
Club, conducted by David E. Mat-
tern, may be heard through WJR at
12:30 p.m. John Gelder, '40, is an-
nounicer.
Then from Pontiac's station WCAR,
music transcribed by our music
school faculty is presented at 1:15
p.m. Mr. Hanns Pick is in charge.
For thosewho still wonder what
'WCAR's dial location is, it may bel
found at 1100 kilocycles.
Tomorrow an orginial radio play
will be performed by the students in
Prof. Frederic Crandall's class. Con-
cerning the hold-up adventure of a
singing gas station attendant, it is
directed by Elaine Alpert, '41, with
Robert Cohn, '41, James Berger, '41,
Knobby Knobloch, '40, Paul Wheel-
er, '41, and Sidney Fishman, '40E,
incuded in the cast. Rowland Bar-
ber, '41, announces.
A special preview of Mimes' Union
Opera will then be presented over
WJR at 3:30 p.m.

BUSINESS STAFF
TRYOUTS

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Call for...

GARGOYLE

All Second-Semester Freshmen
interested in trying out,
please report
Tues., Feb. 27 at 3:30
for Staff Meeting.
Student Publications Building
420 Maynard. Street

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Pictured above is the Men's Glee Club, directed by Prof. David Mattern ,which will take part in the campus
Finnish relief concert, to be given at 8:15 p.m. Tuesda y in Hill Auditorium. The Glee Club is one of three
University musical organizations to take part in the benefit concert, the others being the Band and the Women's

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Corey Will
Rebirth

Discuss l
Of Socialism

Lewis Corey, author of "Decline of
American Capitalism" and "House
of Morgan" will speak on the "Re-
Creation of Socialism" Thursday at
8 p.m. in the Natural Science Audi-
torium under the auspices of the
League for Liberal Action.
Mr. Corey's talk is the second in
a series. continuing throughout the
semester.. Other speakers will be
Norman Thomas, Fedrico Bach,
Owen Gear, and Tucker Smith. Mr.
Corey is speaking as part of a lec-
ture tour sponsored by the League
for Industrial Democeracy.

Local Merchants
Plan 3-Day Exhibit
Of Building Trade
For three days beginning Thurs-
day, builders and merchants of Ann
Arbor will take over the Masonic
Temple for an exhibit representing
the entire building industry of the
community and featuring displays
from model houses to carpets.
Sponsored by the Junior Chamber
of Commerce, the Builders and Mer-
chants Exhibit will contain 80 booths
conducted by 62 different firms, dis-
playing the latest developments in
home designing, building and furnish-
ishing.
Both of the main floors of the
Masonic Temple will be given over to
the exhibit in. which the University's
College of Architecture and Design
will participate.
Among the exhibits will be movies
furnished by the Federal Housing Ad-
ministration, style shows by local
clothing shops, photographs, plans
and parkway maps of the Detroit-
Huron-Clinton Parkway Committee
and displays of civic projects by the
J.C.C. Entertainment will be pro-
vided by the Roy Hoyer Studio of
Dance and the Ford Mountaineers.
The exhibit will be open from 2 p.m.
to 10 p.m. Thursday, Friday and
Saturday. The merchants commit-
tee of the J.C.C. is in charge of
arrangements.
Rev. Eurfey To Speak
The Rev. Paul H. Furfey. professor
of sociology at the Catholic Univer-
ity of America, will address the New-
man Club at 5:30 p.m. today at a
buffet supper sponsored by the club.
Father Furfey is one of the four
speakers scheduled to talk on "The
Existence and Nature of Religion"
program sponsored by the SRA.

Finnish Relief
Recital Planned

Technicolor Films
Will Illustrate Talk
On Argentina

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Native
Band,

Works To Feature
Glee Club Concert

Three University musical organi-
zations will- band together for the
first time in their histories to pre-
sent the campus benefit concert for
Finnish relief at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday
in Hill Auditorium.
Participating in the program which
is designed to help raise funds to
provide food and clothing for Finnish
refugees will be the University Band,
conducted by Prof. William D. Revelli;
the Men's Glee Club, directed by
Prof. David Mattern; and the Wo-
men's Glee Club, directed by Ruth
Enss.
The program will consist mainly of
Finnish compositions and will in-
clude the rendering by the Band of
Sibelius' "Finlandia." Also on the
program will be a group of Finnish
Folk Dancers, performing in authen-
tic Finnish costumes.
Tickets for the concert are priced
at 50 cents and may be bought at
stores throughout the city, from any
of the members of the committee
headed by Mrs. A. C. Furstenberg, or
from members of Suomi Club, Finnish
students' organization. The concert
is being given in conjunction with
the general local drive for Finnish
relief, presided over by Rudolph
Reichert. Contributions for the drive
may be sent to local banks.

The International Center's pro-
gram for the week will be featured
by a talk by Dr. Albert J. Logan on
Argentina at 7 p.m. today in the
Center.
Dr. Logan, who will speak follow-
ing the regular Sunday night supper,
will illustrate his remarks with mov-
ing picturues in technicolor.
At 7 p.m. tomorrow, Pare Lorentz's
amous movie. "The River", will be
3hown at the Center.
At 7 p.m. on Tuesday and Thurs-
day The Center's classes in improve-
ment of the English of foreign stu-
dents will take place,
Al-Thaqafa, newly-formed Arabic
,ulture society, will present the fii
in a series "Of lectures dealing with
Arabian culture at 8 p.m. Wednes-
day in the Rackham Amphitheater.

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