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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1940

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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T'hreeRecitals
To Be Offered
.By Art Quartet
University Musical Society
Will Sponsor concerts
In Rackham Auditorium
Three chamber music concerts will
be presented by the Musical Quartet
of New York City on Jan. 24 and
25, 1941, in the Main Auditorium of
the Rackham Building. -
The Musical Art Quartet, which has
won critics' acclaim as an outstand-
ing ensemble organization,'will be
sponsored locally by the University
Musical Society. Information con-
cerning program and tickets will be
announced at a later date.
The only woman member of the
ensemble is Madame Marie Roemaet-
Rosanoff, who is known both in
America and abroad as a recitalist
and an orchestral performer. The
violoncello, played by Madame Roem-
aet-Rosanoff, is the Ben Venuto of
1730.
Other members of the ensemble in-
clude Sascha Jacobsen, who organized
the quartet, and William Hymanson,
who was for two years concert-mas-
ter of the National Orchestral Asso-
ciation. Paul Bernard, second viol-
inist, made his New York debut in
1922 and has since frequently ap-
peared in concerts, both as soloist
and in recital.
Segar Will Speak
Here .Tomorrow
"Can Hitler Win This War?" will
be the topic of a University lecture
to be delivered by Mr. Gerhart H.
Seger, former member of the German
Reichstag, at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow at
the Rackham Building.
Mr. Seger was arrested by the Na-
zis in 1933 and spent three months
in jail before he was transferred to
Germany's first concentration camp.
His wife and 17-month-old child were
interned in a men's concentration
camp until women members of the
British Parliament secured their re-
lease through diplomatic negotia-
tions.

French Film, 'End Of A Day', IVCre St1dent's 4OiII n 1011
Begins Three-D ay Run Today The condition of Shirley Ruth she stepped out from a line of parked
Present, '42, who was struck by an cars on State Street in front of the
"The End of a Day," a French film exponent of photographic artistry. automobile Monday, was described as Betsy Barbour dormitory. Prof.
with English sub-titles, opens 8:15, Although it will be possible for satisfactory yesterday by her physi- Catherine B. Heller, the motorist who
the audience to understand the Pic-'stsatr!etra y e hs-CteieB Hle.temtrs h
p.m. today in the Lydia Mendels- ture purely from the English subs- clan, Dr. Claire E. Healey of the hit Miss Present, was driving about
sohn Theatre for a three day run titles and the pantomime, French Health Service, who expects that fifteen miles an hour according to
under the auspices of the Art Cine- students will find the foreign lan- Miss Present will be able to leave police.
ma League. guage especially clear, since the actors the infirmary soon. Miss Present suffered only minor
Dean Alice Lloyd has given per- have graduated from France's me- MissMPresentswas iuuredewhenlbruises
mission to all university women who ticulous training ground, the Come- _ is Pst snrd h ru .
attend the performances to remain die Francais.
out past regular curfew in order to The film was first shown in this
see the entire movie. Tickets for to- -ountry September of last year in
oight, and Friday and Saturday eve- New York City where it was ac-
rings may be obtained for 53 cents laimed by critics as one of the sea-
at the Mendelssohn box office, or on's "most artistic" and "vital"
:oservations may be made by calling iforts. Like most European pictures
3300. >f late the story does not touch on
"The End of a Day," one of the last . political theme but deals exclu-
najor productions to come out of vely with a realistic portrayal of "
crance, is the story of actors who life.
'nust retire to an old age home. Three Now on tour throughout the cul-
if the most famous continental play- ural centers in this country, the
ers are starred in the film which aovie will not be shown again in I BRING ON THOSE ILL I NI!
is directed by Julian Duvivier, noted ::gular commercial theatres.
t _ _ FRATERNITIES! Have von started wnrk onk

To Be Topic Of Talks
Four talks on phases of U.S. For-
est Service work will feature the
1940 meeting of the Forestry Club
at 7:30 p.m. today in room 2054.
Natural Science Building.
Harry Mosebrook, '41F&C. will re-

late his FvxpecricC es a fmiitber o .f
'ilia 19,10 Alakan lExpedition. Doll
Morgan. '41F&C, will describe con-
servation work in the Upper Pen in-
sula. Ralph Pogue, '41F&C. and
Bruce Lamb, '41F&C, will speak on
Forest Service work in Missouri and
Colorado.

Pre-forestry students
invited to attend.

are especially

Attention
Seniors
Ensian pictures are
now being made.

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may give you some ideas for your display.
Shea's Dance Floor Wax 60c lb.
Johnson's Glo-Coat Floor Polish 75c pt.
3.75 gal.
Quick-Drying Enamels 75c pt.
Casein-Water Paints ...... 1.00 per 5-lb. pkg.
House Paints.................... 95c a quart
Visco Furniture Polish (24 oz. bottle) ..19c
Leaf Rakes 37c and up
Galvanized Bushel Baskets .49c 2 for 95c
Polishing Cloth (5 double yds.) 15c each 2 for 25c
Large Size Rubbish Burners ..$1.00
~c/d/en/ke*' /1a 4ae Co.

those homecoming displays as yet? Remember,
an eventful week-end is just around the corner
and it's best to set your originality and sense
of humor to work early. For variety in hard-
ware goods and savings in bargains, the best
place to buy your decoration materials is at
SCHLENKER'S.

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Also Zipper lined
at . . . . . 35.00
Scotstweed Topcoats
at .........25.00
Coverts at . . . . 30.00
Society Brand Hudder
Topcoats at . . 40.00
Reversible
at . . 13.50 to 18.50
Corduroy Coats in several
different Styles.

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