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Concert Series
Will Be Given
By Art Quartet
Music Group To Present
Three Chamber Recitals
Friday AndSaturday
One of the nation's leading cham-,

Prof. Brackett
Will Give Talk
Study Tips
Prof. Robert D. Brackett of the en-
gineering English department will
discuss the problem of studying for
final examinations at the next meet-
ing of Sigma.Rho Tau, honorary en-


Music Student Selections Made ]
ToPlay Piano DAI LY OF F IC IAL BU L L ET I N e been
made for the cast of the annual
Co ce t H e eSpanish play, Puebla. de las mjrs
Concert Here .-a"d's-ar-
to be presented by La Sociedad His-
(Continued from Page 7? 8:00 p.m. Comunity Church Serv- panica in March, Prof. Charles E.
Foster To Present Recital ice. Sermon by Rev. Fred Cowin, Staubach, director of the play, an-
For Partial Fulfillment Presbyterian Church:aSundayA, Dr.A r ye aounced today.
Fo atalFlilmn . .Lmnwill speak on "The Ann Arbor Society of Friends meets Rhasl ilbgna :5pm
W. P.Lemo willsp oRoheaLrsals will begin at 3:15 p.m.
Of Degree Requirement Safest Mind Cure" at 10:45 a.m. on Sunday in Lane Hall. The Study Tuesday in Room 312, Romance I
The . Westminster Student Guild Group will continue its discussion of
Uarde osterminsteofSArmArborilil'the Quaker Meeting at 3:30 p.m.
Uarda Foster, '41SM, of Ann Arbor, will meet for supper at 6:00 p.m. At Meeting for worship at 5:00 p.m. Busi-
will present a piano recital at 8:30 7:00 p.m. a panel discussion, led by ness meeting 6:00-7:00 p.m. All in-
p.m. tomorrow in the Lydia Mendel- the law students of the Guild, on terested are invited.
ssohn Theatre in partial fullfillment "Religion and Economics" has been First Church of Christ, Scientist
of the degree of Bachelor of Music. planned. Sunday morning service at 10:30.
Mis FoterstdieyDinofornevralseerarCetrlcad SuthAmricn3OG A
Before coming to the University, The Sunday Evening Club will have Subject: "Life." Sunday School at
Miss Foster studied piano for several several Central and South American 11:45 a.m.

For Spanish Play
Languages Building and will eontinuo
into the next semester. Intensive
practice will not begin until after the
completion of final examinations.
Puebla de las mujeres, written by
the celebrated Quinteros brothers, is
a light comedy popularizing the ef-
fect of small town gossip. The two-
act play is considered one of the
Quinteros brothers' best efforts.

ber music groups, the Musical ArtI
Quartet, will present a series of three gineering speech society, at 7:30 p.m.

concerts Friday and Saturday in the
lecture hall of the Rackham Build-
Composed of four artists of solo
calibre, the Quartet first came into
being as a private group of musi-
cians who loved chamber music and
who gathered in each other's drawing
rooms to make it. It was only on the,
insistence of friends that they fin-
ally gave their first public perform-
Sascha Jacobsen, first violinist and
founder of the group, was noted as
a child prodigy and later as a virtu-
oso.hBoth he and Paul Bernard, sec-
ond violin, studied with Leopold Auer
and Franz Kneisel.
William Hymanson, who occupies;
the viola chair, was born in New
York and studied at the Institute of
Musical Art. He was concertmaster
of the National Orchestral Associa-
tion for two years.
The only woman in the group,
Marie Roemaet-Rosanoff,, holds a
high place among cellists before the
public today. She studied under Pab-
lo Casals and has appeared as solo-
ist extensively both in Europe and
According to several critics, the
continuation of the Musical Art
Quartet has meant something in the
way of sacrifice for all four players,
who might otherwise have spot-
lighted themselves individually in the
music world.
Chamber music, Mr. Jacobsen be-
lieves, is the acid test of the musi-
cian and the hours of practice re-
uired for such ensemble playing are
long. The results, he says, must be
as near perfection as the players can
attain because a uqartet has none of
the color or variety of an orchestra
to cover up slips.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 18.-(I)-
Two riot calls were turned in for
police today after several youths
ripped a swastika flag from a staff
of the German Consulate.

Tuesday in the Union.
The talk will consider the different
types of examinations and the par-
ticular problems presented by each
and will be accompanied by advice
en getting the most out of final study
periods. Professor Brackett is faculty
adviser of the "Stump Speakers' So-
Also at the meeting will be the
last intercircle debate on the subject:
"Resolved: That the United States
Government Manufacture Munitions."
Freshman members of the society
have been discussing this subject
since the beginning of December and
the winning two-man debate squad
will be decided Tuesday. A cup will
be given to the winners.
New Gargoyle
Will'Go South'


years with Esther Erharty Wolly aI students leading an informal dis-
yeasithsy sthder Erar Wga an- cussion about their country and its
Leschetizsky student, and gave con- customs, at 8:00 p.m.j
certs on the stage and radio in North
Dakota and Montana. Her work in Zion Lutheran Church: Church
Ann Arbor has been done with Prof. Worship services at 10:30 a.m. with,
Joseph Brinkman of the School of sermon by Rev. E. C. Stellhorn on
Music and with Artur Schnabel dur- "Is Jesus God?"
ing the latter's special course here. Trinity Lutheran Church: Church
She has also studied organ at the Worship Services at 10:30 a.m. Ser-
State Teachers College in North Da- mon by Rev. Henry O. Yoder. Theme
kota and here at the School of Music "Jesus Blesses Marriage and the
with Prof. Palmer Christian, Univer- Home."
sity organist.
Among the selections scheduled to Unitarian Church: 11:00 a.m. The
be played by Miss Foster are Beet- Billings Lecturers, Professor Eustace
haven's "Sonata, Op. 57," Schumann's Haydon, of the University of Chica-
"Davidsbiundler, Op. 6" and three go. "Humanism, and Life Questing."
Mirirs" by Ravel"U aus lean"0and
~'Mroi~s"hvii~vpi"fiseaux tris- 7:30 p.m. Round Table Discussion;

St. Paul's Lutheran Church: The
morning worship service begins at
10:45. Rev. C. A. Brauer will preach
on "Jesus, the Light of the World."
First Baptist Church: 10:30 a.m.
Unified Service of Worship and
Study. Sermon: "How to Become
a Christian."
6:00 p.m. The Roger Williams Guild
will join with the Wesleyan Guild
in the Methodist Church to hear Dr.
Hornell Hart talk on "Life Ought
to be Thrilling."
6:30 p.m. The B.Y.P.U. meets in
the church parlors to discuss "What
Science Has to Say About Race." Miss
Phyllis Seibert is in charge.
8:00 p.m. The Cooperative Even-
ing Service will be held in the Dis-
ciples of Christ Church. Rev. Fred-
erick Cowin will preach.
The Unity Study Group will com-
mence the study of "Lessons in
Truth" on Sunday at 7:15 p.m., at
the League.
Grace Bible Fellowship (Undenom-
inational) Rev. Harold De Vries, Pas-
10:00 a.m. Bible School.
11:00 a.m. Morning Service, "The
Divine Approval of the King."
7:30 p.m. Evening Service, "The
Great Supper of God."
All services are held in the Ma-
sonic Temple.

Appointments should be made Now!
Unsurpassed facilities.
50 Years of Service.

tes'" "Une barque sur 1'cean" and
"Alborada del gracioso."
Case Sculptures
T'7/k^.-. n1 '18*T * 1

Prof. Haydon will answer student
questions on Religion.
Monday, 12:15 p.m. Luncheon at
Ithe Michigan Union. Prof. Haydon
will speak on "The Survival Qualities
in Religion."


Pages To Show
Squad In Action

"Garg Goes South" in its February
issue with three pages of pictures cf
the swimming team featured in the
edition appearing Thursday, Dave
Donaldson, '41, editor-in-chief, an-
nounced yesterday.
The pictures, taken by Will Sapp,I
'43, include candid shots of some of
the tanksters in action. Highlighted
are shots of T-Bone Martin in the
middle of a dive and Matt Mann
directing the swimmers at practice.
Gargoyle's cover this month will
carry a still shot of one of the nata-
tors, Gus Sharemet, '42, complete
with Florida tan. Also appearing with
the swimmers in the 14 pictures will
be some of the bathing beauties who
were in Florida while the team was
down there.

Su euresneBictie-ls-
Evolution Of Horse I Disciples Guild (Christian Church)
C/ 10:00 a.m. Students' Bibl~e Class, H.
L. Pickerill, leader.
Carlton W. Case, sculptor of the 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship, Rev.
pumas that guard the entrance to Fred Cowin, minister.
the University Museum, is at pres- 6:30 p.m. Disciples Guild Sunday
ent finishing work on a new series Evening Hour. Rev. Chester Loucks
of figures depicting the evolution of l of the Baptist Church will speak on
the horse. "A Faith for Our Generation." Dis-
"In my impression of the develop- cussion, social hour and refreshnients
ment of the horse as we know it now, will follow.
said Mr. Case in a recent interview,
"I have attempted to portray it as
a product of nature, rather than a
product of man's modeling. The
greatest mistake is allowing too much
of the human element to enter into
any series of statues describing con-
secutive changes in the animal king-
dom. I found it necessary to remake
my modern horse, Equus, because it,
seemed to have lost some of the in-
trinsic naturalness that should be
Tihen orses are cast from plste I co
moulds, which are first treated c
with a special coating of shellac to J.7
facilitate removal without breakage.j
Equus alone required 27 sep- AT THE
arate moulds, because it is the larg-
est representative of the horse fam-I
ily. In rcprxcnting this particular
branch of evolution throughout geo-
graphical areas, Merychippus and
Equus have been omitted by other
sculptors. Mr. Case included them in
his series.

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