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PAGE Th70 SUNDAY, MARCH 30, i941
The annual drive for the control
of cancer, held by the Women's Field
Army, will begin Tuesday and will
continue throughout the month of
April, Mrs. H. Marvin Pollard, vice-
commander of this district, an-
Much of the work to be done by
the Army will consist in educating
U. Of M o Nigthre a ti n
Detroit's Michigan Grads
Pick April 24 As Date
For Annual Prod uctiou
1Michign alumni, totalling nearly
ji4.000 in Detroit, have begun active
oreparaion1 for a second con1secultive
tlnix'cwil of Michiocnn Night to bej
Clu GI.,- aL r f AL gro.m
'In Annual day
Music Leture Wsley ildMembers
64T B Gie oAtn ord Hour
3Forty mem cei s of the Wesley Foun-
By Santa rflZ da itein will be guests of the Ford Sun-
dyEvening Hour next Sunday. The
Tf Disciis 1Folk Song,
Of Sonatha eran
Domingo Santa Cruz, noted Chi-
lean composer and educator. -will dis-I
e ;n, which is on the air between
9a ,.d10 p.m., is broadcast from the
Hel~t2 I ral. 1.Wagnerian sopranon
of the M v.-tropoitan Opera, will be
' . otscit on the Sunday Evening
I-c1io°; and th1e Symphony Orchestra
people about the disease and dis-------,-----------
pelling many of the false fears that held on April 24. at the Masonic
exist about it, Mrs. Pollard said. "For A uditoriumn in Detroit, Mr-. Richard
instance, thousands of people believe I A. ForsYthe, general chairman. an-.
thtcancer is always incurable or pounced yesterday.
contagious or caused by a blow on Atrteetuisi eeto
the breast or associated in its early Atrteetuisi eeto
stages with pain." ,ccorded last year's sho0w. hundreds
"The fact is," she emphasized, o :f alumni and many friends of -the
"that ' cancer in its early stages ,is jniverrity urged the Michigan Club
definitely curable, it is not infectious of Detroit to make the college pro-
nor. contagious, cancer of the breast am nanulentFoyhsid
is not caused by a single blow, and rmannule;ntFoshsid
the early stages of cancer rarely The patrons' litt is growing rapid-
cause any pain." ly and as a result, Forsyth declared,
"All those desiring information on the Club will be able to continue its
any aspect of this problem should practice of inviting 1000 high school
mail their questions to me," Mrs.I
Pollard urged, "since one of our chief students as its guests for the evening.
functions is to give accurate and In accordance with last year's pat-i
factual data on cancer control." tern, the program will present more
cuss Latin-American folk music in a andChiu wll be under the direc-
tUniversity lecture sponsored by the cno rt Reiner. conductor of
jSchool of Masic at 3:15 p.m. Wed-; the Piit ts',urgh Symphony Orchestra.
nesday in the Rackharn Assernbly Among the songs which Miss alrau-
Hall. bel will sing .are: "Ritorna Vincitor"
}A guest of the United Statcxs Stat -e from "Aidwa" by Verdi:, "Ave Maria"
ID .par#:m ut. Santa Cruz is visitio by Schubert; "The Palms" by Faure;
this courntry to learn North Am,,Li- and "Love's Old Sweet Song."
can mus;c cultuire and its ecaion-
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than 150 student performers from the
campus, led by the Michigan Band
and the Men's Glee Club, in a show of
specialty numbers, act:~ and dance
routines similar to the Union Opera
excerpts featul'ed a year ago.
To Give Talk
Professor Will Describe
Forms Of Persian Art
Prof. Richard Ettinghausen, of the
history of Islamic arts department,
will speak at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday before
the Seminar on Religious Art on
"Moslem Art" in Lane Hall under
the auspices of the 5 udent Religious
He will describe the forms and
symbolic meanings of the art that
has developed in countries where
13 <?S; c from left to right: First row: Robert L ..(nnJ:i rown, Prof. Mattern,
James Becrg-er, Jack Ossewaarde, Cary Landis; Secon f".r VW Rane, Jaes Stephenson, Harold
Stern, J. R. Edwards, Kenneth Repola, Robert It'n -: au'Srellnd Nelson Davis, Frank-
lin Powers, Floyd Reehlin, James Martin, Ed Giboi . b a ,-Kkw; 4cutIa-i tnley llipwood, Chand-
ler Pinney, James Bassett, George Muller, CharlesSti .:ti 11 ~ljse Rssl Warren, Roy Sum-
mierfield; Fifth row: Colvin Gibson, George Fo, Ewn 'K''t em' X ,, it a,-d Boynton, Herman
Erke, Phelps Hines, Donald Mason, James Crowe, C .;DaunSii rn Egn Fairbanks, Russel
cY., . xs a.._ c .....r,.. xr1",,-a, n fl . snw - -ro.<.fl , ,., a, ,,.:1 4 '1,,.. n
j al policy and proccdlure. He will spendI
several days in Ann Arbor and is e-
pected to visit several rnuticla ,ssm
Dean of the Academny of Fine, Ar t~s
at the University of Chleand sc re:-
tary of the National Cornposers' As;-
sociation, Santg Cruz has been active
in the Chilean diplomatic .,c..v'
both in Chile and in Spain.
Born in La Cruz, Quillota. Chile,I
in. 1899, Santa Cruz attended thI.
Colegio de los S. S. Cora zone s and
later studied music with Enriquc S ore,
and. with C. del Campo in M1adrid.
He founded a Bach Society in Chile
in 1918 and. later became general di-
rector and conductor of the Society's
Commenting on his work, Nicho-
las Slonimsky wrote in the Christian
Science Monitor that "~Santa Cruz,
combines educational activities with
those of a professional musician and
composer. He has a very personal
Lstyle of writing, which might be,
called' "Scientific," for its contrapun-
tal development possesses a peculiar-I
ly rigid logic. But the essence of hisI
music is romantic."
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10 a.m. to 2 a.m.
In its annual spring concert at 8:15 g roa sp its lW Mrsal atlo-
1p.m. Thursday in Hill Auditorium, ' mew. w ll a ob u
I the Varsity Glee Club will present a i ad ilvalwllbe\V'1
well-rounded program that ranges epi'scnted_. Tee h ci.sn
from Mozart and Brahms to Miehi- f our of I he h'ssfo u gr
gan songs. a<nd a lust.nuic'IcorsPo
Under the direction of Prof. Davies1h odles "o ~Mris
Mattern. the singers will be heard in: Fellows A.sc casca eetin s AoWe ~g lp
amus Te," a motet by Mozart which sinuging of thpc"~hadfrAi -
is sung in Latin and one of Brahms' Scans" byLooohr pt obn _n
most beautiful lieder, "May Night." Exi ced.sueto -'ei
"De Animals a-Commi'," a melodious ' the University colo un.wl
and humorous arrangement of a Ne- sing the so';.loa .Tho b
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z Hil.1l0 1o veatuire [known locally for hr eX(1';ell nt\ice
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LewitonN. Y., and Eaton, N. Y.
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Sout Fist S. Pone 916 10fessor Ettinghausen will also deal
SuhFrtS.Poe31. lcwith Persian art as it reflects' thek
MISCELLANEOUS cutr fte erEs.i Recently acquired recordings will
__________________________I Professor Ettinghausen formerly be featured in a musicale at 8:151
THESIS BINDING-Mimeographing. held the post of associate professor p~m. today at the Hillel Foundation.1
Brumfield &, Brumfield, 308 S. of Islamic art at the university at Mildred Williams, '41, will serve asIl
State. 19c Frankfurt-am-Main in Germany after commentator.
his graduation from the University of The program will include Brahm's j
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______________________________ York City and a lecturer on fine arts dation has presented periodic record
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!This I..: rem1,ill be Ithe same s
the club w ill sing for itLs audien ces
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