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PAGE TWO
Red Cross
Editor's Note:rThis is the second
in a series of articles on the nurses
and the University of Michigan Train-
ing School for Nurses.
By GLORIA NISHON
Nurses? Your attention please.
The Red Cross and your country
call to you now in the name of hu-
manity and national defense. En-
roll at once in the Red Cross
Nursing Reserve for the Army and
Navy. It is your privilege and your
duty. Health preservation is your

THE MICH1IGAN DAILY

Issues Call For Nurses Robert L. Lam Philadelphia Syn
...- .. Places First At Festival Und(
responsibility in the National De- made to stimulate the induction of
T ense plan. nurses irn the Army NreCrsto
Thsisthe text of a typical radio ssy theiAcreasydNurse Corps 1 In Speech Trial The Philadelphia Symphony Or-;
hi-satisfy the increased demn s for
plea made by the Red Cross for the chestra, one of the nation's out-
additional nurses needed immediately such se, vice at tatiou and general , standing musical groups, will provide
by our military forces. According to hospitals. Young China' Talk Wins the background for all the six con-
an article in the New York TimEs two Regular nurses, according to Miss Over Five Contestanis certs of the May Festival to be pre-
weeks ago, the army needs 4,000 nur- Rhoda Reddig, Director of the Uni- Sseted May 7 through 10mintHAou
ses by July 1. versity of Michigan nursing school, ___dtou-
As greater and greater numbers are not subject to call by the army Under the direction of Dr. Eugene
of young men are called each month under present conditions. Applica- Speaking , on the new spirit of Ormandy, regular conductor, the or-
in the national draft program. in- tions of nurses not enrolled with the "Young China," Robert L. Lam, '42, chestra will play four important sym-
creasing numbers of physicians and American. Red Cross Resi:ve will Battle Creek, yesterday won first i phonies; Beethoven No. 7 in A major,
nurses are needed to staff the many only be accept-,d should such action p nr tSymphony; 'Mathis, the Painter,' by
Army hospitals and medical estab- cessary place in the first of the two second
lishments in Corps Areas all over the Since a drain of nursin semester contests in Speech 31 held temporary writer; and twonym-
country. into the army would cause a serious in Natural Science Auditorium. phonies, No. 7 in C major and No. 1
When we consider the fact that deficiency in staffs needed for gen- Lam discussed the changes in the in E minor, by Jan Sibelius, whose
our nursing school graduates each eral hospital work, Miss Reddig , Orient in respect to the position of 75 th anniversary is being celebrated
year classes less than 100 innumber, pointed out, there is a great deman:d tt this 48th annual May Festival.
the large number of nurses needed for more young women with good.mseo d etfand te ofs dab
can e moe esilyundrstod. Mas exdus f al th prfessrs 3.Two 7 Handel NumbersI
can be more easily und ood. qualifications to take 'up the pro- The orchestra will also be heard
In recent weeks, according to a fession. Not only is there very good students of one university before the in two Handel numbers transcribed
statement fvom the Surgeon General pay for nurses now, but worxisuch Japanese war machine, by Mr. Ormandy, Concerto in D major
who is supervising the procurement as this is very gratifying, ,he con- Robert C. Mitchell, a sophomore and Suite from 'The Water Music';
of additional nurses for the Army of cluded, for you can see the end re- from Minneapolis, spoke on "Relief as well as four excerpts from 'Die
the United States, an effort has been sult in everything you do. from War Worries, and John F. Sul- Meistersinger' and the Overture to
livan,'42, Binghampton, N.Y., dis- 'TheFlying Dutchman' of Wagner.
In addition, the orchestra will play
-cussed "The Relation of Evolution to Stravinsky's Suite from 'The Fire
CL ASsiiED AdDl R TIS NG the Mind." Bird'; Ravel's 'La Valse,' and Mr.
Neal Sperhake, '42, Burlington,
CLA SIFEDWiVsInsin oke on "A Need for a

THURSDAY, APRt 3, 1941
rmphony To Play 'Why-For' Contest
er Dr. Ormandy Will Close Friday
_-- ----_--- A crisp $10 is still waiting for the
Ormandy's transcription of Debussy 'swinner of the Union-W.A.A. "Why-
For" contest, according to Francis
'Refleus dans l'eau.' Aaronson '42 and Phi Fisher '42
Three major instrumental solo
works will be played: the 'Don Qui- ! The sponsors of the 1941 Spring
xote' Variations for Violoncello and 1JubileeMcioexn, anin fit
Orchestra, by Richard Strauss, will words or less, an explanation of the
be performed by Gregor Piatigor- name, Michilodeon.
sky; the Liszt No. 1 Concerto in E The contest will close 7riday and
flat major will be played by Jose the winner is to be announced Tues-
Iturbi. who will also conduct from day. Anyone may enter, no official
the pianoforte; and the Sibelius entry blanks are needed and the ex-
Concerto in D minor for Violin and planations may be placed in "Why-
Orchestra, played by Jascha Heifetz. For" boxes in the League, Union and
Choral Ensemble campus stores.
Choral ernsemble works will include
a short unaccompanied work entitled
'Alleluia' by Randall Thompson, a
contemporary composer; Brahm's You can buy
Re'quiem' with Jarmila Novotna and
Norman Cordon as soloists and d'In-* ARROW shirtsties
dy's 'St. Mary Magcialene' by the
Youth Chorus under the direction
of Juva Higbee, with the mezzo-do- and underwear
prano sung by Suzanne Sten. Also
on the program is Episodes from
Tschaikowsky's 'Eugene Onegin' with downtown at
the following cast: Jarmila Novotna,
soprano; Suzanne Sten, mezzo-so-
prano; Enid . Szantho, contralto;
Charles Kullman, tenor; Mack Har-
rell, baritone; and Norman Cordon,
bass.,I
Juxa Higbee will conduct for the
Youth Chorus; the University Choral
Union will be conducted by Maestro 322 S. Main Ph. 3228
Thor Johnson in the major choral I
works.

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Department of Speech
presents
PLAY PRODUCTION
in'
"REMEMBER
THE DAY"
TONIGHT, Tomorrow and
Saturday, 8:30 P.M.

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New Change in Our Attitude Toward
Conservation."
Milton Fishman, '42, Detroit, chose
as his topic "Living Today," while
J. Lewis-Epstein, 42, Jerusalem, Pal-
estine, delivered a talk on "His Ma-
jesty's Government."
Chairman of the contest was Prof.
Henry Moser of the speech depart-
ment, and judges were Richard H.
Hadley, Arthur Klein, and Hugh
Norton, all teaching fellows in speech.
T he contests in Speech 31 are held
twice each semester for students that
are taking the course. Six finalists
are selected from a preliminary con-
test in which one student of each
section delivers a speech.
Hillel To Hear'
Vocational Talk

L.C.F9r atroank
Talks On Draft
And Dentistry
By EUGENE MANDEBERG
Speaking on the dental profession
and the draft to more than 400 alum-
ni of the Dental School at a Union
luncheon ,yesterday, Brig. -Gen. Leigh
C. Fairbank, United States army
dental corps, said that dental stu-
dents maintaining a high scholastic
average will be deferred if their
draft numbers are called.
But, he added, these students
whose averages are not of the best
will be taken into active service at
Ithe time that they are called.
Fairbank said that the Murray
bill, now in committee in Congress,
must be defeated. This bill would
defer all dentists and doctors from
active service. Legislation is now
pending in Washington, he went on,
which will provide for qualified den-
tists.
The provisions of this bill state
,that all drafted dentists must enter
the army as privates. However,
they may petition for officers' com-

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William Weinberg, director of the
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speak at the first meeting of Hillel's
vocational selection course at 8:30

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This is to be an introductory talk those who are qualified will receive
in ja series which will present. speak- a lieutenant's commission.
ers from varied vocational fields.
Weinberg will discuss the problems Iess
facing youth in job selection, ap- iflse HoUsin,
proaching the subject from a gener-
alized viewpoint.
He graduated from Columbia Uni-
versity in 1932 where he was a mem- I An exhibit depicting various phases
ber of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity, and j of defense housing is being shown
is at present National Chairman of I from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily in the
Zeta Beta Tau's Vocational Advisory Third Floor Exhibition Room of the
Committee. Architecture Building. The exhibit
Weinberg, who is a member of the will continue through Friday.
National Vocational Guidance As- The display depicts the history of
sociation and the Michigan Academy defense housing since World War I,}
of Science, was formerly assistant di- and shows various problems in hous-
rector of the Federation Employment ing raised by the ex'panding indus-
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THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1941
VOL. LI. No. 132
Publication in the Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
membersof the University.
Notices
To the Members of the Faculty of
the College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts: The sixth regular meeting
of the F-aculty of Wle College of Lit-
erature, Science, and the Arts for the
academic session of 1940-1941 will be
held in Room 1025 Angell Hall, April
7, at 4:10 p.m.

School, prepared by Professor C. F.
Remer.
c. Senate Advisory Committee on
University Affairs, prepared by Pro-
fessor A. F. Shull.
d. Deans' Conference, prepared by
Dean E. H. Kraus.
(During the past month there has I
been no meeting of the University
Coulleil.)
l. Evaluation of Fjaculty Services
(Continuation of discussion. Suggest-
ed questionnaire enclosed.).
4. New Business.
5. Announcements.

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AGENDA: Vocational Guidance Talk on Grad-
1. Consideration of the minutes of uate Studies: Dean C. S. Yoakum, of
the meeting of March 3rd, 1941 (pp. the Horace H. Rackham School of
719-720), which were distributed by Graduate Studies will speak on the
campus mail. requirements for admission to this
2. Consideration of the reports sub- chool, and various aspects of gradu-
mitted with the call to the meeting: ate work, in the Small Ballroom of
N a. Executive Committee, prepared the Michigan Union today at 4:15
by Professor W. F. Hunlt.. Students interested in entering
b. Executive Board of the Graduate (Coutinued on Page 1)

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