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PAGE Two THE MICHIGAN DATLY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1040

SATURDAY. OCI'OBER 28. 1940

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Radio Series
Will Illustrate
'City Planning
'Awakening A Community'
To Be General Subject
Of RegularPorgrams ,
First of a series of 19 radio pro-,
grams under the auspices of the com-
munity planning program directed
by Alvin Zander of the education
school will be broadcast at 5:45 p.m.
today over station WJR.
Originating from Morris Hall, the
roundtables will deal with the gen-
eral topic, "Awakening a Commun-
ity." Directed by Mr. Zander, to-
day's program is entitled "If Others
Can Do It" and will present the pro-
gress that community projects ini-
tiated by the various communities
throughout the state have made.
Through the cooperation of the Uni-
versity Extension service, the faculty
of the Schooloof Education and vari-
ous philanthropic organizations, adult
education and service programs have
been carried out.
The second program to be given
Nov. 2 will deal with "Brightmoor
In Action," the progress made by a
program in the Detroit metropolitan
area. As its special guest the pro-
gram will have George Alder, former
director of the Fresh Air Camp.
Prof.. Harold Dorr of the political
science department, will participate
in the third of the series with Roger
Zinn, state forum director of the
adult education program Nov. 9 dis-
cussing, "Citizens Be Praised."
Prof. Arthur Dunham of the soci-
ology department will head the pro-
grain Nov. 16.
SWISS MAKE ARRESTS
BERN, Switzerland, Oct. 26-(IP)-
The Swiss Government announced
today the arrest of numerous officials
and employes of a wiclespread Swiss
totalitarian group.
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jU' Ensemble
Will Present
First Concert

New Officers
Are Selected
By Quadrangle'

UnionOpera Tryouts Named Hike Planned

The nam-s of try-outs- for the Union Al Bentley, Grad.. and Bud Bier-
Opera who have been asked to return kamp, '42.
for further trials were announced Chorus tryouts who are asked4 to

For Sunday

I j Final results of the house elections
Opening their 1940-41 recital series, held in Greene, Prescott and Tylerr
the University Symphony Orchestra. Houses of the East Quadranglet
te UThursday night were announced yes-
under the direction of Prof. Thor terday by Prof. Joseph E. Kallen-
Johnson of the School of Music, will bach of the political science depart-
present an "All-American" concert ment. chief resident adviser of the
program at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in East Quad.c
Donald E. Hartwell, '41E, was elect-E
Hill Auditorium. ed president of Greene House. Othert
Featured as guest soloist of the officers chosen were Merville E. Wil-'
performance will be Prof. Palmer lis, '44E, vice-president; William Sie-
Christian of the School of Music. gel, '43, secretary-treasurer. William{
who will play Eric DeLamarter's DeCourcy. '43E, judiciary committeet
,chairman; Kevin R. Jones, '44E,
"Concerto No. 1 in E major for Or- scholarship committee chairman;
gan and Orchestra" which has been Peter Speek, '44, athletic chairman.:
offered in two May Festival perform- and Norman Taylor, '42E. social com-
ances. mittee chairman.
The remainder of the program will Tyler House chose John Farrand.
consist of compositions never heard '42, as president; Arthur Mann, '44,
beforesin Ann Aboron Poell' vice-president; Gordon Moore, '42,
before im Ann Arbor, John Powell's secretary-treasurer: Robert Lam, '42,
"Natchez-on-the-Hill" and "Sym- judiciary committee chairman; Peter

yesterday by Mimes.
Those asked to return at 3 p.m. to-
morrow in Room 319 of the Michigan
Union for cast trials are: Bill Ash,
'41; Pete Antonelli, '41: Tom Arm-
strong, '41: Jack Bender, '41: Jer-
cme Brenner, '42: Robert Colin. '42;
Tom Colbridge, '41: Bryant Dun-
shee. '42: William Firman, '41; Rob-
ert Flott. '43; Calvin Gibson, Grad.;
James Garinsen, '42: Douglas Guold,
'41; Tom Harmon, '41; Jim Harrison,
'41: Charles Heinen. '41: George Hell-
er, '42; Pat Hoeper. '42; Charles Hol-
ton, '41; Arthur Katz, '41; Frank
Keith. '41: Robert Lewis, '42;
Owen Merys, '42: John McCune.
'41: Stewart Moran, '41; Phelps Hines,
'42: Chan Pinney. '41; Julian Pregul-
mam, '42; John Sharemet. '41; George
Shepard, '42; John Sinclair, '42; Wil-
liam Slocum, '42: William Stegath,
'42; Jim Stephenson, '43; Dick Strain,
'42; Ed Sullivan. Grad.; Robert
Templin, '42; Robert Titus '42: Wil-
liam Todd, '42; Kirnan Vasiliou, '43;
Merle Webb. '42; Robert Reed, '41;
.prof. Slosson
Will Address
Hotor Society
Prof. Preston W. Slosson of the

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return at 4 p.m. to
small ballroom of the
ther trials include:
'42: Thomas Young
Slater. '43: JohnF
Sh elden Finklestein'
'43: David Allen, '42
'41: Phil Neppel, '42: L
Harold Petrowitz, '43
ier, '42: Yale Coggan
'41; Robert Grinsha
King, '42; Nartan N,
Fletcher. '42; Roger
Edward Renick, '4
'43, Hugh Ayers. '43:
'42; Ira Katz, '42:
'43: Edward Whalen."

morrow to the
e Union for fur-

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lioll, WAA To SpoHnsor
Semiannual ' Sauinter'

Bruce Forbes,
. '41; Richard Whether or not you have relived
Robertson. '43: the woodland experiences of Henryl
'42; John Roth. Thoreau or read James Audubon. you
y Ken y Matson. are invited to attend the MichiganI
LeRoy Perry, '42: Union's Sunday Saunter. Albert Ludy,I
Frank Hanar- '42, declared yesterday.
'42 Lyle Bond. The Sunday Saunter is a tradition-
w., '42:Warren al fall and spring feature of the
orris. '43: Dick Union's recreational program. The
Yepsen. '41. hike will begin at 10 a.m. at the side
3, Miles Ohlerg, door of the Union and will continue
Harry Schagrin until noon.
Russ Richards. Leo Jachowski. Grad,, of the Alpha
'43; Hugh Weid-

lNew Turkish Club
Will Hold Banqt
More than 70 invitations have been
issued to Turkish students and mem-
bers of the faculty to attend the first
dinner of the newly organized Turk-
ish Club at 6 p.m. Monday in the
Union with Dean E. B. Stason of the
Law School and Dr. Raleigh Nelson,
counselor to foreign students as
speakers.
In the absence of President Ruth-
ven, Dr. Stason will address the ban-
quet.

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ow muCh light for
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phony No. 2 in E minor" by Randall
Thompson.
The former, consisting of three;
traditional fiddle tunes, deals with
old English, ancient and semi-mod-
ern sophisticated themes while the
latter is, accordink to Professor John-
son, "a conventional piece of the four
movement type based on no program
either literary or spiritual."j
Professor To Play
Own Compositions
Prof. Percival Price of the School!
of Music will play two of his ownk
compositions, "Kermis Day" and "A
Market of Chimes Tunes," in his reg-
ular Sunday evening carillon recital
at 9 p.m. tomorrow.
Also scheduled to be heard on the
program are three selections by G.
F. Handel, "Gavotte," "Sonata for a
Musical Clock," and "The Harmoni-
ous Blacksmith" and J. B. Dykes'
"Praise to the Holiest" and "Lead,
Kindly Light." In addition Professor
Price will play Giuseppe Verdi's
"Home to Our Mountains" from II
Trovatore and "Agnus Dei" from the
Manzoni Requiem.

Wege, '44, social committee chair-
man; James McKeown, '43A, scholar-
ship committee chairman, and John
Hanzlik, '43E, athletic chairman.
Jack Gray. '42, is new president of
Prescott House. Other officers select-
ed were Nat Fowler, '44, vice-presi-
dent; Roger Bollier, '44, judiciary
committee chairman; John Riopelle,
'44E. and Ralph Heid, '44, athletic
co-chairmen; Norman Schwartz, '44,
social committee chairman; Marvin
Zeskind, '43E, scholarship chairman,
and Robert' Cunningham, '44, secre-
tary-treasurer.I
Ticket Resale Opens
Today In Union Lobby
The Michigan Union's Football
Ticket Resale will be open between 9
a.m. and 1:30 p.m. today to accom-
modate anyone who wishes to buy or
sell tickets for the Michigan-Pennsyl-
vania football game, it was announced
late yesterday by Robert Sibley, '42E,
member of the Union executive staff
in charge of the project.
The Resale will accept for dis-
posal to the general public all tickets
other than those stamped "Student,"
"Faculty" or "M Club."

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man, '41; Robert Shirrell, '43: Robert;
Bush, Grad.: Jim Wolf, '42; Phil Al-
drich, '42; John Lurel, '42: James Bal-
four, '42; Asa Rowlee, '43; James
Aldrich, '42; John Powers, '42: Ira
Brent, '41; Herb Troost. '42: William
Schoedinger. '43; Fred Anderson, '43;
Bernard Tauber, '42; Charles Bengal,
'42; Martin Green, '42: James Sears,
'43; Francis Heydt, '41; Sol Weiner,'
'43; Richard St. John, '43; Richard
Hebler, '42; Sydney Shell, '43; Rob-
ert Stevens, Grad.;
Fred Hirschman, '42: Art Bikoff,
'41; Martin Strother; George Irwin,
'43; Gus Sharemet, '42; Paul Wheel-
er, '41; Edward Joffee, '42; Fred
Langschwager, '41; Murray Mark-
land, '43; Wallace Rosenbaum, '42;
Richard Huntoon, '43; Roger Berg,

Phi Omega scout service fraternity
will lead the group into the far niches
of the Arboretum. Boy and girl stags
are encouraged, Ludy said. The Saun-
ter is co-sponsored by the Women's
Athletic Association.
Stamps Will Be Shown
A Philatelic Truck will arrive in
Ann Arbor Monday for a free exhi-
bition of various types of stamps. The
truck will be open from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. and will be parked in the lot
south of the Postoffice on Main
Street.

THE
WILL TEII YQU
Fine sewing is a severe visual
task. The Light Meter-a "Magic
Eye" that measures the light from
your lamps - will tell you if you
have enough light for safe see-
ing. Phone your Detroit Edison
Soffice.

MICHIGAN

MICHIGAN PREMIERE SHOWING
DAILY at 2-4-7-9 P.M.

history department will be the feat- '42 ; Grry Rosenweig '42;
ured speaker at a banquet following '41; Ford Whipple, '42, c
the installation of the Michigan Beta Sims, '41.
chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, national -- - - - --_--
honorary scholastic society, Friday,
Nov. 8, at Albion College. To help you ge
The installation speech will be giv-
en at the afternoon ceremonies by
Miss Marjorie H. Nicolson, president
of the united chapters of Phi Beta
Kappa and dean of Smith Col- -
lege. Miss Nicolson is, an alumna
of the University and holds a doctor-
fate awarded here.
Official delegate from the Univer-
sity's chapter of the honor group, IN
the Michigan Alpha, will be Prof.
Joseph R. Hayden of the political LIGHTING
science department, president of the
Alpha. He was originally a member This clever little Lig
of the Illinois Delta chapter at Knox MEASURES the light f:
College, where he did undergraduate lamps and fixtures-to
work. get all the light you pa}
Other members of the society who it without charge. Phi
will attend the installation from the
University include Prof. Hazel M.
Losch of the astronomy department,
secretary of the Alpha chapter; Reg-
istrar Ira M. Smith, speaker at the
banquet, and Prof. Kenneth Hance
of the speech department, former
member of the Albion faculty.
Varsity Managers Club
Elects Elkhart President
John A. Cawley of Elkhar't, Ind.,
varsity basketball managei in 1936. T he
was elected president of the Varsity
Managers Club at the last meeting.nC H
Fredrich A. Howarth, '41, present
varsity football 'manager, was named
vice-president and T. Hawley Tap-
ping, general secretary of the Alum-
ni Association, was reelected secre-
tary-treasurer.
State Institute
Will Consider
Tax Problems * GRAP
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The Michigan Wolverine Student Cooperative, Inc.
announces
anucsThe Club W olverine
A WEEKLY SOCIAL OCCASION
Every Saturday Evening, 8:30 to 12:00
Minimum Charge: 50c the Couple

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Table reservations at the Lobby Store, Phone 2-1 124
209 South State Street

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Sundwell, director of the Division of
Hygiene and Public Health, and Fred
R. Johnson, general secretary and
state superintendent of the Michigan
Children's Aid Society.
Section five on institutions will in-
cludediscussions by William J. Nor-
ton, executive vice-president and di-
rector of the Michigan Child Guid-
anen Institute of Ann Arbor, and
Attorney George J. Burke.
Reports of the secretaries of the
various conferences will be heard at
a luncheon in the League Ballroom
at noon. Prof Robert C. Angell, head
of the sociology department, will act
as chairman.
Trainman Dies In Wreck
NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla., Oct.
25-{AP)-Engineer R. L. Montaigne,
about 65, was killed and a negro
fireman was seriously injured late
today in the derailment of a north-
bound Florida East Coast passenger
train four miles south of here.
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