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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRMAY, MAY 9, 1941.

TWO FRIAY, MAY9,.194
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Col. A. Lovell
ToBe Honored4
By ROTC Men
Military Science Advisory
Committee To Review
Reserve Corps Today
Adjutant's call at 5 p.m. today willi
summon the regiment of cadets to
Palmer Field for their first review
of the year in compliment to the ad-
visory committee to the military and
naval science departments, Col. A. H.
Lovell, chairman and assistant dean
of the engineering college.
Assistant Dean Lovell, who holds
the rank of colonel in the Officers'1
Reserve Corps, will be accompanied
by the other members of the commit-
tee, Prof. Louis I. Bredvold, Prof.
Philip E. Bursley, Prof. Frederick A.
Coller, Prof. Joseph R. Hayden, Prof.j
Elmore S. Pettyjohn, Prof. Benja-
min W. Wheeler, Prof. Alfred H.
White and Prof. John S. Worley.
Today's parade will be the third
time the ROTC units have appeared
together this year. It will include the
ceremony of retreat, the traditional
lowering ofdthe flag which marks the
end of a day at an army post.
Music will be furnished by the
RQTC drum and bugle corps. All stu-
dents, faculty members and towns-
people are invited.
LASSIFIED
WANTED TO BUY-4
CASH for used clothing; men and
ladies. Claude H. Brown, 512 S.
Main St. Phone 2-2736. 31c
WANTED - ANY OLD OR NEW
CLOTHING, PAY FROM $5.00 to
$500 FOR SUITS, OVERCOATS,
TYPEWRITERS, FURS - PER-
SIANS, MINKS. PHONE ANN AR-
BOR 6304 for APPOINTMENTS.
SAM.
FOR RENT
SUMMER SESSION STUDENTS-
Large, comfortable rooms, two
blocks from campus, reasonable.
Call 4850 or inquire 806 Hill.
ATTRACTIVELY FURNISHED two-
room apartment-3-way ventila-
tion-Private bath-shower. Re-
frigeration. One adult. 602 Mon-
roe. 365

Detroit GroupDoomed Killers Balk At Prison
Will Entertain
Speech Society
Guests of the Detroit Institute of
Technology, members of Sigma Rho
Tau, stump speaker's society, will hold
their National Convention tomorrow
in Detroit, it was announced yester-
day.
Climaxed by a banquet in the eve-.
ning, the day will feature several
different speech contests, in addition
to the main business meeting. Other
Universities which will be guests of
-the Detroit Institute are the Univer-
sity of Toledo, Wayne University and
the University of Detroit.:: :
Representing Michigan in the
speech contests will be Norman Tay-
lor, '42E, in the impromptu division;
Harry Reed, in the Hall of Fame di-:
vision; John Hammell, '42E, in the
project speech division, and Sik Che
Tang, '42E, in the raconteur contest.
All of these men were selected : . "":
through elimination speaking contests Starting a scuffle with deputies, the Esposito brothers, sentenced to dea
held during the last week. York, holdup slaying of Alfred Klausman last January, were dragged into th
ing. Anthony Esposito (left) is carried bodily by the feet while his brother, V
Weller Talks In Pittsburgh deputies. The action took place before Sing Sing prison at Ossining, N. Y.
Prof. Carl V. Weller, chairman of
ered the twenty-fourth annual -Committee NamesMa6
Lecture yesterday in Pittsburgh: The
subject of his talk was'The Inheri-ts Re
tance of Retinoblastoma and Its Re- r f.* P e nefee ASetoa
lationship to Practical Eugenics." k
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Slos son To Make
Final Bro adcast
Of Series Today
A plea to "Keep American Demo-
racy Alive During War Time" will
be made by Prof. Preston W. Slosson
f the history department at 10:451
p.m. today over station WJR.
The talk is one of a series, spon-
sored by the Michigan University of
the Air, on "Why Save Democracy?"
The programs have been designed to
show the major differences between
the American way of life and life in
the dictatorship countries.
In the final broadcast today, Pro-'
fessor Slosson will summarize the
case for saving democracy which has
been presented in previous talks by
other recognized authorities in the
field of government.
Lticaster To Talk
At Picnie Sunday
Students from Wayne University
and Michigan State College will beI
guests at a picnic to be held at 2:30
p.m. Sunday by the American Stu-
dent Union. The party will leave
from Unity Hall, rain or shine, and
all interested are invited to join the
group picnic.I
Entertainment planned 'for the
picnickers includes folk dancing,
skits and a talk by Roy Lancaster.
Lancaster is the International Rep-
resentative of the Fur and Leather
Workers Union (CIO), who spoke at
the, students' Peace Strike in Felch
Park May 1.
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ath for the Fifth Avenue, New
e prison's administration build-
William (right), was grasped by
-Tag Day;
Of $1,500

By BILL BAKER and partial diagnosis of the boys'
In their annual effort to take un- problems by graduate students in the
% DvEjrTriS:NG der'-privileged children of this area sociology, psychology and education
off the streets and give them a four- departments.
weeks' vacation, campus organiza-
tions and student volunteers will For more than 20 years the Camp
Ehold the twenty-first annual Um-__ has been providing these advantages
TYPING verlitFresh Awir annual Uni- for underprivileged boys, over 6,000
vesityFrh Air Camp Tag Dayhaving been sent to the camp by the
TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen, Friday, May 16. generosity of students and towns-
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or It's an annual event, this Tag Day people.
2-1416. lac designed to raise funds that enable Some of the organizations that
-± the famous "boy on the diving board" have cooperated in the drive in past,
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced legal and 300 other boys to attend the
typist, also mimeographing. Notary Fresh Air Camp located on Patter-
public. Phone 6327. 706 Oakland. son Lake in Livingston County. j
FOR SALE I This year the Tag Day will take FolTste oi
place on one day instead of two, as
THOROUGHBRED English Setter in former years, according to Don Receive Congress
puppies, registered. Good hunting Harness, '43E, publicity chairman of!
strain. 3005 Plymouth Road. Ph. the Tag Day committee. A goal of Executive Posts
5132. 366 $1,500 has been set by Prof. F. N.
Menefee of the Department of Engi- (Continued from Page 1)
LAUNDERING neer Mechanics, director of the - - ---
LAUNDRY --2-1044. . Sox darned camp. Daily and a member of Sigma Delta
Careful work at low price. 3c As in the past,sfraternities and Chi, journalism fraternity. While in
_______________________________sororities, as well as honor societies ICi oraimfaent.Wiei
TU-and other campus groups willbeCongress he was Public Relations
STUDENT LAUNDRY--SpecialStu- d tchairman, later receiving the post of
dent rates. Moe Laundry, 226 asked to cooperate. Chairman of the
South First St, Phone 3916. c drive this year is Bert Ludy, '42. activities chairman.
houthFirstS t. ,Phone916.f i Fogel, also newly named Execu-

Mortar Board, Senior Society, Union,j
Interfraternity Council, Congress,
the Cooperative Houses, 'M' Club,
Alpha Phi Omega and the various
campus honor societies.

M3CHIGAN

DAILY 2-4-7-9 P.M.
-- Corning Sunday.-'
SThe
Laugh Show!
GEORGE MURPHY
LUCILLE BALL
EDMOND O'BRIEN
Extra -
Cartoon "Magic Pencil"
"Training Police Horses"
News of the Day
-Today & Saturday-
WALLACE BEERY
"THE BAD MAN"

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SISTE N
LATE NEWS OF RECORDS
By DORIS PRICE
After you have heard Jose Iturbi
play the Liszt Piano Concerto No.
1 in the May Festival Concert this
afternoon, you will probably want
to add a, recording of the cencrto
to your library of records. The
Columbia recording with Walter
Gieseking and the London Phil-
harmonic is a' superlative perform-
ance. It comes in an album of two
records at $2.50. The Victor re-
cording by Mischa Levitzki and the
London Orchestra, on twp records
without album at $2.00, isnot in-
freguently favored by our cus-
tomers; its effortless brilliance seems
to capture completely the intention
of the composer.
We've had difficulty in keeping
up with the de-
mand for Bee
thoven's Sym-
phony No. 7
with the Phil-
harmonic Sym-
phony of New
York conducted
by Toscanini.
There has also
been particular
interest in the DORIS PRICE
Victor record-
ing of the Sibelius Symphony No.
I because it is conducted by Or-
mandy.
Incidentally, the Victor record-
ing of the Sibelius Symphony No.
7 is the only recording made by the
British Broadcasting Co. Symphony
Orchestra under the direction of
Serge Koussevitzky. And before
we leave classical for popular music,
we'd like to remind you that Bee-
thoven's magnificent Missa Solem-
nis has been recorded for the first
time. The Boston Symphony direc-
ted by Koussevitzky with E. Power
Biggs at the organ collaborates with
the Harvard Glee Club, the Rad
cliffe Choral Society and such out-
standing soloists, as Norman Cor-
don to produce an extraordinarily
moving and uplifting recording.
George Gershwin admirers are
urged to hear the new recording of
Rhapsody in Blue featuring Alec
Templeton at the. piano ith the
Andre Kostelanetz orchestra. Also
released this week are eight Ger-
shwin tunes played by Eddy Duch-
in. Both albums are excellent -buys
at $2.50.
On the swing side, Amapola, My
Sister and 1, and Do I Worry were
still' on the best selling list this
week. Intermezzo is the campus
favorite, climaxing a year's grad-
ual rise to popularity. Records of
this are available by almost every
name band; preference shown for

discs by Benny Goodman, Enric
Madriguera, Wpody Herman, Char-
lie Spivak, and the more classical
arrangements by Toscha Seidal.
If in spring you-aave a touch of
wanderlust, try Tommy Dorsey's.
newest hit, Let's Get Away From
It All, in two parts featuring Frank
Sinatra, Connie Haines, and the
PMed Pipers, in some very clever
lyrics. Or if your thoughts turn to
romance, let us suggest the new
ballad These Things-I Love by Jim-
my Dorsey, or Everything Happens
to Me, another T. Dorsey special.
New tunes showing the South
American influence are'Maria Elena,
Green E yes, and Yours, the last two

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MISCELLANEOUS
PAINTING, Decorating, Paper Hang-
er. Blending and stippling. Work
samples shown. Phone 2-2943. 363
THESIS BINDING-Mimeographing.
Brumfield & Brumfield, 308 S.
State. 19c
TRANSLATIONS-English, German
and Italian. Also abstracting arti-
cles. Paula Eikisch, Sherwood,

t,. er memzxers ox Le ctmm xxx~ ee arxe
Grace Volkman, '42, and Lin Buck, tive Secretary, and president of the
'42Ed, girls organizations; Robert G. Campus International Relations Club,
Shedd, '42, boys organizations; Earle was formerly district captain, a mem-
Harris, '44, collections; Gertrude ber of the Rooming House Council,
French, '41. merchants, and Irving and member of the executive council
Koval, '42E, service. of Congress. He also was a representa-
Those receiving the benefits of the tive to the Independent Men's con-
drive are sent for four weeks to the ' vention in Texas.f
University Fresh Air Camp, where For the coming year, Fogel will
they enjoy a healthy change from concern himself mainly with person-
the streets of the city during the nel and Blaustein will be in charge
summer. The Camp is also utilized of all Congress activities.

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School, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. as a laboratory for the observation Shuey announced last night that
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL- ___"_' --. __ -- the organization would hold elections
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles. Bennett Attends , eei for various independentrepresenta-
nnet ~t~fl~~ iiecing tives to the executive council in the
Killins Gravel Company, phoneIc
7112.n Gcr Dean Wells I. Bennett of the Archi- near future and that several activi-
tectural School and several of the ties were already being planned for
WISE Real Estate Dealers: Run faculty members are attending the next year. Congress plans to spon-
listings of your vacant houses in meetings of the Association of Col- sor several dances and smokers dur-f
The Daily. Dial 23-24-1 for spe- I legiate Schools held from May 9 to ing 1941-42 and an all-campus ama-
cial rates. 353 12 in Chicago. teur boxing show.

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