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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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May Selections
To Be Offered
,ByPrice Today
Carillonneur Will Present
Copmpositions By Foster
In, ConCert Program
A group of three May songs, three'
compositions by Stephen B. Foster"
and selections by Harty, Rachmanin-
off, Pierne and Stravinski will be in-
cludedin the carrillon concert at,
7:15 p.m. today.
Prof. Percival Price, University
Carillonneur, will also play a compo-
sition by Bill Sawyer, entitled "Pre-
ude 3." The selection was composed
on campus and is written in a style
different from songs usually asso-
ciated with Sawyer's name.
The May songs are ancient melo-
dies which were played only in the
month of May in response to the un-
folding of nature in the Springtime.
Sir H. Harty's composition, Little
Fantasy and Fugue for Carrillon,
comes from the University of Sydney
in Australia. That University, which
possesses a fine carrillon in the cen-,
tral tower of its main building, has
taken the lead in developing modern
carillon music.
The Stephen Foster songs are part
of an American popular tradition,
and the Stravinsky number is a car-
illon arrangement of selections fromj
the opening of Stravinsky's "Ballet
Petrouchka." The scene represents a
Russian Spring Fair.
Boy Commits Suicide j
A 17-year-old Ann Arbor high
school boy, Frank G. Braatz, commit-
ted suicide yesterday by shooting
himself with a shotgun. In a note
to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G.
Braatz, 224 W. Summit St., the youth
said he was "despondent." He was.
found by his mother when she re-
returned to her home at dinnertime.
Police said that the shooting must
have taken place about noon.

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ntews
of i/i
dorms

By GLORIA NISHON
and DAVE LACHENBRUCH
The Spring Dormal at the League
Saturday night will be the big event
of the season in the residence halls.
Bob Kemp and his dance committee
have put in quite a bit of work on it
and it really ought to be quite a swell
dance.
Clark McClellan and his Rhythm
Club will supply the music, and his
male vocalist is Herb Miller, Glenn's
brother, who, incidentally, is a mu-
sic student- here. Everybody's wel-
come to the dance, whether they
live in the.dorms or not. Bob tells
us that tickets cost a buck and a
half but we're not allowed to men-
tion the price here. Incidentally,
corsages are strictly taboo.r
Mosher Hall will hold its biggest
event of the year today when 100
members of the faculty will be guests
of the dorm at a musical and recep-
tion.
The affair will be formal and
Dean Alice Lloyd, Mrs. Frederick
Klein, Miss Louise Larrabee and
Marjorie Kern, '41P, president of
the house, will receive the guests.
Tyler and Prescott house over in
the East Quad, had a mentor's din-
ner last night and Greene and Hins-
dale are planning a waiter's dinner,
at which all of the boys who work in
their dining hall wil be honored
guests.
Martha Cook's "Heads Together"
open house came off yesterday,
and it really did us good to see all
the campus leaders crack their
heads together. No kidding, though
- it was really quite a success.

Engineers To Inspect
University Laboratories
The Department of Metal Proces-
sing will play host to Detroit engin-
eers enrolled for Engineering Defense
Training at 6:30 p.m. today when the
engineers hold a dinner meeting at
the Union, to be followed by an in-
spection tour of the metal processing
laboratories.
Entitled "Machineability," the
Detroit course is conducted for all
student engineers working in or near
Detroit. The tour today will be con-
sidered part of the course, which is
conducted under the University Ex-
tension Service.
Among the labs which will be visit-
ed are the machine shops, the heat-
treating and welding labs, the foun-
dry and the gaging and measuring
lab.
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New Initiates
Are Honored.
(Continued from Page 1)
membership were: Norman Bauer
Warren H. Brothers, Irving W. Burr
Clifford A. Cohen, Jr., Esperanza R.
Castro, Robert T. Cunningham, Wil-
liam J. Darby, Jr., John B. Data
Louis Gordon, William J. Gilbert
Charles 0. Harris, Samuel Kaplan
William H. Marshall, Charles E. Max-
well III, Robert F. Morris, Wilfree E
Morris, Arthur B. Ness, Amos S. New-
ton, Leroy R. Posey, Jr., and Leonard
J. Savage.
The list continues with John C
Sheehan, Gail P. Smith, William M
Spurgeon, Leopoldo V. Toralballa
Cheng-Kwei Tseng, Adolph F. Voigt
Raymond J. Warsynski, Marshall A
Wheatly, Su-Hsuen Wu, TooiXoom-
sai, Mitchell F. Zienty and Carl W.
Zuehlke.
Graduates advanced from associat
to full membership were: William C.

Beckman, Ralph E. Bennett, William mier. Harlow E. Laing, Ang-Tsung liam T. Scott, 'ln V. 3m n n-
S. Carlson, Richard G. Fowler, Na- Liu and Archie J. MacAlpin. gorio T. Velasquez, Winifred S. White,
than M. Glaser, Kenneth A. Gorton, The list concludes with James Mer- Stephen S. White and Max A. Wood-
Herbert R. Grosch, Harold H. Gross- ry, Robert A. Oetjen, James A. Oli- bury.
man, Leroy H, Harvey, John H. Hin- er, Miss Chieko Otsuki, Arthur Graduates initiated in associate
kle, Mary L. Jotter, William G. Keck, Richards, John B. Sarracino, Robert membership numbered 54, and seniors
Arden H. Killinger. Robert W. Klee- D. Schick, Ruth O. Shornherst, Wil- totaled 19.
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