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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1940 TH MTUC'ICAN TiATT V

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Former Daily Editor To Return
An alumnus of the class of '94, went to Detroit to see the slugfest."
who has not seen a copy of The Daily Classmates of Holmes sang "How
since he was an editor of the six- Dear to My Heart Are the Scenes of
column folio, the U of M Daily, will Ann Arbor," as well as parodies on
be among those present at the Mich- "Ta Ra Ra Boom De Aye."
igan Daily 50th Anniversary Cele- Despite the changes in Ann Arbcr
bration banquet, Nov. 15. He is N. L. sg
Holmes, who included with his , ac- since those days, with the advent of
ceptance a letter recapturing the at- the automobile, the airplane (an
mosphere of Ann Arbor 50 years ago. idiot's fantasy thcn, according to
Noting that the football team flew Holmes) and radio, Holmes concludes
to California to "seek conquest," that students' hopes and heartaches
Holmes remarked that in 1890 the
t eam, each fall, met Cornell on the are the same now, observing too that
Detroit Athletic Club grounds. "They the beer that made Milzvavkoe fa-
looked like prizefighters after the mous "made you just as owl-eyed
game," Holmes added, "but Cornell then as now."
always won." Mce than 40 acceptances to the
The Michigan Central ran a spe- celebration have already been re-
cial excursion for the game, Holmes ceived, including those of the editors
said, "and more than a thousand of The Daily in 1890 and 1891.

Ohio Guardsrenwn Start Year Of Training At Camp Shelby

RADIO
'HIS FRIDAY the first campus
program of the fall season will
be presented when Bill Sawyer and
his ,band begin a weekly series over
WJR. Charlie Moore, chief radio
engineer, will handle the technical
end of the half-hour broadcast,
which will emanate from the Union
Ballroom at midnight.

fead The

Daily Csstieds!

From a selected group of mid-
wy tein and southern colleges and
universities the University of Mich-
igan has been picked to partici-
pate in a special ,eries of broad-
casts presented by the Inter-
collegiate Broadcasting System
through WRUL, an international
short-wave station in Boston, and
WNYC, New York. Representing
the eastern area of the country will
be Harvard, Brown, Columbia and
M. I. T.
f Ted Mattson was in town lately,
faring finely at WTOL in Toledo .
Tom Harmon had some fun guest-ing
on the "Take It Or Leave It" show,,
spot-broadcast from Detroit ... Jean
Ruth has a nice job in Philadelphia.
at WHAT ... For WJR, Donn Chown
will M. C. a civic Hallowe'en party in
Grosse Pointe, to which every De-
troit station will send a representa-
yive . . . And Carolyn Rayburn's love-
ly voice continues to grace the WJR
waves.
Professor rice
WillGive Carillon.

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Spotlighted in Mademoiselle!
Cuddly, brushed rayon figure-
fattering nightgown that makes
you a smart and thrifty Sleepy-
me gal. Blush or Heaven
Blue, adorably trimmed $2.00

Getting settled in their new "homes" for a year was the chief business of advance units of Olhio's 37th
National Guard division as they arrived at Camp Shelby, Miss. The great tent city, which has sprung up
almost overnight, began swarming with men who are beginning their tour of active army service.
Ruth Dranur Will OnUn oG

iecital

T omorrow

Lecture Ser

Auther and director of all her
sketches, Miss Ruth Draper will ap-
pear here in several of her best known
So fncharacterizations when she opens the
" Zest Your Da y LIYo 1940-41 Oratorical Association Lec-
l'~UUture series in Hill Auditorium on
Oct. 29.
hew ici One incident which Miss Draper
likes to tell friends is of the time
when she fft'st tried to get parts in
IN T Broadway plays. Most of the pro-
ducers turned her away because "she
elf this easy way to get a was not the type." Now, she plays
sOe out of saily activities. Chew refresh- fifty characters in the thirty-five
bigger kick out O sketches which she has written.
ong DOUBE GUc. ' to chew.Well, Numerous offers to make talking
xrknow how muchwin Wsoth p pictures have been refused by Miss
DOUsEMgT' Draper, because she feels that the
hee' T GUM and enjoying lots of dmechanism destroys any subtle voice
DOUBLastig flavor. effects. Likewise attractive radio
11.t Lng-lastin g-flavotd iyscontracts have been turned down be-
And cewingthis healthful treat daily helps
revAnd chewing nvs tesion. Aids your cause her characterizations are visual
relieve pent-up nervous tensioyour breath as well as audible, and since she
digestion, too, and helps sweeten yu makes frequent use of pauses there
and keep your teeth attractive. would be holes in the program when
urself to healthful, refreshing no sound would be issuing forth.
UEMT GUM ye yday. Many people who have studied her
DOUBLEMINT GUM every daystyle and attended her performances
By ra aes of DOUBEI GUM today tone admirer has seen her perform
udseve rPC ag e 140 times) have paid her tribute, but
the tribute Miss Draper regards as
the highest is when stage hands
abandon their absorbing dice game
to stand in the wings and watch her

OcStaff Dinner
res On Oct. 29,____
__- __'___ _ Pilgrim l Holiness Church
converse with those imaginary beings To Sponsor Talk Here
who people her stage.
Ideas for the sketches have come Douglas Gould, '41, president of
in various ways, primarily from life. the Michigan Union, will outline the
A visit many years ago to a Court prcgram of student work for the
,)f Domestic Relations promoted coming year to the members of his
Three Generations." This locale staff at the Union staff dinner at
uemed just right for study of the 6:15 p.m. today at the Union.
ewish immigrant grandmother, mo- All sophomore tryouts and junior
her and granddaughter. The fous-and seniior executive officers are
eligible to attend the dinner which
dation for the colorful "At the Court is the first in a series of such meet-
of Philip IV of Spain" was taken ings throughout the year.
rom an incident recorded in the --- _-
memoirs of a lady-in-waiting. There .
r re also many of purely imaginary E President
origin such as "A Class in Greek Of 1useums Conference
Poise," and "A Class in Soul Cul-
ture." Dr. Carl E. Geuthe, director of the
Season tickets for all lectures are University Museums, was elected
still available in the Box Office at president of the Western Museums
Elill Auditorium, which will be open Conference at its thirteenth annual
daily from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from conference held at Toledo, Oct. 17 to
2 to 4 p.m. Single tickets for Miss 19.
Draper's lecture will go on sale the Dr. Geuthe had previously headed
day before the lecture. the organization from 1929 to 1933.

Three arrangements by the Dutch
Carillonneur Joannes De Gruytters
will highlight a carillon recital by
Prof. Percival Price of the School of
Music at 7:15 p.m. tomorrow.
The selections are "Gavotte," by
G. F. Handel, P. A. Locatelli's "Adan-
te," and "Tempo di gavotta" by W.
De Fesch. Other compositions sche-
duled to be heard are Kamiel Le-
fevere's "Mazurka in Popular Style"
and Jef Von Hoof's "Sonata."
Professor Price will also play Al-
phonse Diepenbrock's. "Song of Vic-
tory," Ferdinand Timnmerman's "Im-
promptu" and B. J. Franssen's "Gon-
doliera."
Van Wagoner To Receive
Prayers Of C.S. Osborn
MUSKEGON, Mich., Oct. 22 - (P)
- Murray D. Van Wagoner, Demo-
cratic candidate for governor, will
have the prayers of Chase S. Osborn
to help him in his campaign.
The two men met here while Van
Wagoner was on a campaign trip,
and Osborn promised his spiritual
support.

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THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
Announces That
MARIAN
ANDERSON
Will Open The
62nd Annual Choral Union

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TONIGHT AT 8:30
It is only fitting that an artist of Marian Anderson's ability and
fame should open the 62nd agnual Choral Union Series. Hailed un-
namimously by critics and laymen as one of the greatest singers of all
time, Miss Anderson will appear here for the fourth time. In Hill Aud-
itorium she holds the record for 17 curtain calls at a single perform-
ance.
A LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS are available at the office
of the University Musical Society in Burton Memorial Tower, or at
the Hill Auditorium Box Office after 7:00 o'clock on the night of the
concert.

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