THE MICIIIGAN DAILY
PAOK SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Is Nazi Ruse,
Revolution Is Impossible
Now, Former German
Asserting that there is no chance
of a revolution in Germany under
present circumstances, Gerhart Seger
former member of the German Reich-
stag, yesterday told a large audience
in the Rackham Auditorium that he
believed the flight of Rudolf Hess
was another fantastic Nazi ruse.
Claiming that Hess was essentially
a Hitler "yes" man, Seger main-
tained that he was sent in order to
upset English morale. Seger added
that the continued safety from im-
prisonment of Hess's wifel and child
indicates that the flight was sanc,
Seger also explained in detail the
aspects of the present European sit-
uation which affect America, saying
that the United States should give
maximum material aid to Britain,
but that there was no need for an
Amnerican expeditionary force, either
now or later.
When asked by a member of the
audience if convoys would mean a
German declaration of war, Seger re-
plied that the Nazis would never de-
clare war, but would fight when and
where they pleased, regardless of
Assistant Dean L. S. Woodburne of
the literary college yesterday an-
nounced the award of three additional
scholarships for the school year
Margaret M. Garritsen, '43, re-
ceived an -award of $150 from thej
Margaret Smith Hunt Fund, and El-
roy W. Andrews, '43, and Milton Le-
vine, '43, will receive $145 each from
the newly established Literary Fac-
ulty Scholarship Fund.
SCHOOL OF LAW
Three-Year Day Course
Four-Year Evening Course
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College Degree or Two Years of
College Work with Good Grades
Required for Entrance
Transcript of Record Must Be Furnsshed
Morning. Early Afternoon and
For further information address
Registrar of Fordhom Low School
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Artifcial Creation Of Speech
To Be Demonstrated By Robot
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
By CHARLES THATCHER
No third degree methods will be in
evidence at 8 p.m. today in Hill Audi-
torium when Pedro the Voder, Bell
Telephone's 'miraculous mechanical
voice, is made to speak, for Pedro's
conversivemtendencies depend only on
his being well-supplied with electric-
Ask him a question, request a song,
a poem, an imitation-anything. Pe-
dro will respond immediately. He
speaks, sings, recites, and can pro-
duce amazingly accurate imitations
of everything from a locomotive
whistling far a crossing to a wood-
pecker tapping to its mate!
Brought here through the courtesy
of Bell Telephone and under the
auspices of thenelectrical engineering
Challis To Give
Carillon Recital To Include
18th Century Music
John Challis, an Ypsilanti harpsi-
chord maker, will be guest carillon-
neur at the regular 7:15 p.m. carillon
concert today from the Burton Me-
His recital, which will feature
eighteenth century music, will open
with two selections from the Fitzwil-
liam Virginal Book, John Bull's "Pre-
lude," and G. Farnabys "A Toye."
Handel will be represented by two
pieces from his "Compositions for a
Musical Clock," the air and the son-
ata, while Bach's "Little Prelude"
and a Minuet of his will also be
The French school will be'heard in
the "Les Coucous Benevoles" and in
the "Andante" of Francois Couperin;
also, the popular "Tambourin" of the
favorite court composer, Rameau.
Prof. Percival Price and Mr. Chal-
lis will conclude the program with the
"Second Rhapsody for Two Carillon-
neurs" of Professor Price.
Rifle Team Reelects
Captain Verne Kennedy,
Verne C. Kennedy, '42E, was re-
elected captain of the University
ROTC Rifle Team and Arthur G.
Volz, '43, became its business man-
ager in an election held yesterday.
Other reorganization plans an-
nounced at the meeting were that
nextyeartthe freshmen trying out
for the team would be placed in a
separate squad, similar to varsity
sports arrangements, and that serv-
ice bars would be awarded all rifle-
men next year, regardless of whether
they won team sweaters and letters
department, Pedro will assist Dr. J. O.
Perrine, of American Telephone and
Telegraph, in his lecture-demonstra-
tion, "The Artificial Creation of
Given ample opportunity to prove
his ability at both the New York and
the San Francisco World's Fairs, Pe-t
dro came through in fine style, re-
turning such things as "hasenpfeffer"
or "Comment allez-vous" to his ques-
tioners with perfect ease.
Controlled by a 13-key, organ-like
keyboard, a pitch control knob, a
volume regulator and a foot pedal to
control inflection, Pedro's only bond
to the realm of the mechanical is his
slight electrical accent.
Other equally interesting phases of
telephone work which might be tak-
en up by Dr. Perrine are the "in-
version" of speech for trans-oceanic
transmission and the methods used
for transmitting many voices over
one wire simultaneously.
Through the medium of Pedro's
speech, Dr. Perrine will demonstrate
such things as the mechanical differ-
ence between such words as "church"
and "shirts," or will explain why the
talk of the Chinese sounds different
than that of the English.
Quite modest for all his accomplish-
ments, Pedro is becoming quite prom-
inent in the field of telephone trans-
mission and speech work because of
his possibilities as a speech creator
and transmitter. It is hoped that he
may be helpful in finding a way to
give speech to those born dumb.
Violinist W ill Play
A t SpringConcert
Of Varsit y Band
Lucille Bennett, violin soloist, will
be featured in the 28th Annual Spring
Concert of ,he University of Michi-
gan Band at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in
Hill Auditorium, Stuart Park, '42,
business manager of the band, an-
Miss Bennett, who is the daughter
of David Bennett, one of the most
outstanding composers of band music
in the country, will play his "Cubana,"
a violin solo with band accompani-
The first half of the program will
be composed of Wagnerian music,
while the second half will be con-
The concert, which is one of the
most important of the band's ap-
pearances during the year, will be
given for the enjoyment of Ann Arbor
students and residents. Admission
is complimentary and everyone is in-
R J. Woods Will Speak
At Annual lAS BanjI lt
R. J. Woods, chief design engineer
of Bell Aircraft and designer of the
Bell Aircobra, will speak at the an-
nual banquet of the student branch of
the Institute of Aeronautical Sci-
ences, which will be held at 7 p.m.
May 28 in the League.
Tickets for the banquet are being
sold in all classes and halls in the
engineering buildings and by the offi-
cers of the Institute.
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positions with the Federal BureauT
The opportunity is worthy of con-
sideration, if one is interested in thety eo w rk c rid n by heF BI
type of work carried on by the F.B.I.
The beginning salary is $3,200 per
Lecture: Dr. J. 0. Perrine of the1
American Telephone and Telegraph
Company will lecture on "The Arti-
ficial Creation of Speech" and ex-
hibit "Pedro the Voder" at Hill Audi-
torium tonight at 8:00.
The Society of Automotive Engin-
cers will meet tonight at 7:30 in the
Rackham Amphitheatre. Mr. Fred-
erick A. Melmoth, Vice-President of
the Detroit Steel Castings Company
will speak on "The Design and Physi-
cal Properties of Steel Castings."
Sound film will be shown. All en-
gineers are invited.
Geology Comp: There will be a
meeting of the students interested in
going to Geology camp tonight at
7:30 in 3065 N.S.
Filipino Students, Attention: Mr.
Benjamin Guansing, Filipino Secre-
tary of the Committee on Friendly
Relations among Foreign Students,
will spend today at the Inter-
national Center. He would like
to meet as many of the Philippine-
Michigan Club as possible during his
stay. He will be at the tea today
from 4 to 6, and will meet all Filipino
Students interested at 8:00 p.m. in
Room 220, Michigan Union.
Nelson To Attend Meet
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, Counselor
for Foreign Students and Director of
the International Center, will go to
Washington, D.C., on Saturday to at-
tend a meeting of the Advisory Com-
mittee on Adjustments of Foreign
Students in United States.
Men's Physical Education Club will
meet this evening at 7:30 at the
Michigan Union. Election of officers.
Archery Club meets today. Students
may shoot for scores for the Tele-
graphic Meet at this time.
guson and Harold Guetzkow will be
the speakers. All interested are in-
Hostel Trip to Waterloo this week-
end. Mixed group will leave the Wo-
men's Athletic Building at 1:00 p.m.
Saturday, returning Sunday noon.
The group will swim, weather permit-
ting. An organization meeting will be
held at 4:30 today at the Women's
Athletic Building. If interested, con-
tact Dan Saulson (2-4401) or 'Libby
J.G.P.: All members of this year's
J.G.P. cast who would like to go on
the Mimes-J.G.P. picnic and have not
contacted as yet, call 2-2936 no later
than this evening.
Episcopal Students: A dinner in
honor of seniors is to be held at
Harris Hall, Friday, May 23, at 6:15
p.m. Make reservations today. Tel.
Graduate Square Dance sponsored
by Graduate Outing Club will be held
on Friday, May 23, from 9 to 1, in
the Reception Room of the Rackham
Building. All faculty members and,
graduate students are welcome. In-
structioh. and refreshments. Infor-
mal attire. Small admission charge.
Come with-or without partners.
All those interested in living in one
of the men's cooperative houses can
be interviewed this evening at 7:30
in room 302 of the Union.
German Journal Club will meet
Monday, May 26, room 302 Michigan
Union at 4:10 p.m.
Picnic sponsored by the Future
Teachers of America will be on Sun-
day, May 25, qt 5:00 p.m. at the
Island. All Ed cation students and
friends are invited. Plans for next
year will be discussed. Each person
should bring his own food.
German Club Picnic on Friday, May
23. Meet at 5:00 p.m. in front of the
Rackham Building and go to the
Island. No meeting in case of rain.
Please sign up on the bulletin board
in South Wing or University Hall.
The Inter-Cooperative Council is
sponsoring a meeting to explain co-
operatives on the University of Mich-
igan campus on Friday, May 23, at
4:15 p.m. in room 305 of the Union.
Professor Claude Eggersten, Joan Fer-
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