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* £5~~ & A V

All Contestants
In Debate Meet
Must Register


Budapest String Quartet Will Play
For Choral Union Concert Feb. 20'

County School
Officials Open
Session Today
Administrators, Officers
In Rural, Village Schools
Plan Two-Day Meeting

Ferrets Help Ferret-
IIIInter'st Of Science



Intramural Tournaments
Sponsored By Forensic
Fraternity And Union
All men and women interested in
participating in the annual two in-
tramural debating tournaments are
requested to register with the student
directors before the beginning of the
second semester, it was announced.
All men may contact Jack Shuler,
president of Delta Sigma Rho, foren-
sic fraternity, which is acting with
the Union as one of the sponsors.
Jean Maxted is the chairman of the
woman's tournament to be conducted
through the League and Athena,
women's honorary speech group.
Two cups in each division will be
awarded to the winners and runners-
up. This will be presented at the
Speech Honors Banquet to be held
in April.
Students are asked to register in
two-man teams representing livingt
accomodations--dormitories, fratern-
ities or sororities. All single regis-
trants will be paired by the commit-'
tee in charge of each tournament,
the directors said. Each team will bet
assisted by teaching fellows in speech.
Debate topics of current interestc
may be selected by the various com-t
peting teams. ,


More than 35 school officers andZ
administrators from rural and villaget
schools of Barry County will gather
today for two days of conference and
inspection of the University Elemen-
tary School under the guidance of t
members of its staff, Prof. Willard
Olson of the education school an-
Tomorrow's program will deal with
instructional and health programs
of the elementary school curriculum.
Observation will be conducted in the
University Elementary ScIhool
throughout the afternoon.
The group will meet with repre-
sentatives of the University, members
of the School of Education and spec-
ial experts at a dinner at 6 p.m. to-
morrow in the Union.
The group was enabled to study
here under scholarships made avail-
able through the Kellogg Foundation
for school officers. W. J. Duddles,
superintendent of schools of Delton,
is in charge of the program, assisted
ay Professor Olson.
The University has made special
study of rural school programs and
health through workshops con-
ducted throughout the state.

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Feb. l.-P>
Medical science is attempting to fer-
ret out the virus causing America'
>resent flu epidemic-with ferrets.
The weasel-like little animaIs, Once
used to exterminate rats and small
game, have been drafted by docto!-s
in the School of Public Health at the
University of North Carolina for
tests. The reason: they are the
only animals easily susceptible to
influenza virus from humans.
'The influenza virus has long been
one of the most peculiar and least
understood," explained Dr. H. W.
Brown, in charge of the experiments,
Private and Class Instruction
Corrective, Careful and Con-
structive voice teaching. A
member of the Voice Dept. at
the University of Michigan for
twenty years. Studio, Bethle-
hem Evangelical Church, 423
S. 4th Ave. Mondays and Thurs-
days. Please addre'ss James Ham-
ilton, 831 Tappan Court, or Dial
8389, Ann Arbor.


The first Choral Union Concert of
the second semester will be offered at
8:30 p.m. Thursday, February 20
when the famous Budapest String
Quartet offers the ninth concert of
the series in Hill Auditorium.
Sponsored by the University Musi-
cal Society, the pertormance will fea-
ture the musicians Josef Roismann,
1st violinist, Alexander Schneider,
2nd violinist, Boris Kroyt, violist, and
Mischa Schneider, 'cellist. A few tick-
ets for this concert may be obtained
at the offices of the musical society
in Burton Tower, or after 7 p.m. the
night of the quartet's appearance at
Hill Auditorium box-office.
The members of the string group
are individually outstanding musici-

Brown Anounces
Varsity Glee Club's
Charles Brown, '41, president of
the Varsity Men's Glee Club, yester-
day announced that part-rehearsals
for members of the chorus have been
scheduled for between-semester at-.
tendance, and that members must be
First tenors will rehearse at 4 p.m.
Wednesday, February 12, first basses
at 2 p.m. the same day; second basses
will rehearse at 4 p.m. Thursday,
February 13, and second tenors at
2 p.m. the same day. There will be a
complete rehearsal of all Glee Club
members at 7:30 p.m. on this same
Thursday at the Union.
The Glee Club is now rehearsing
for their second semester season con-
certs, and especially for their Annual
Spring Concert. Prof. David Mattern,
of the School of Music, is chorus con-
ductor, and Jack Ossewaarde, Grad.,
is accompanist.
Some of the new numbers which
will be added to the club's repertoire
for their new season are: Tschaikow-
sky's "Immortal Song," Brahm's
"May Night," Mozart's "Adoremus
Te," some excerpts from Gilbert and
Sullivan's opperetta "Ruddigore" and
the "Merriest Fellows Are We," from
the "Gondoliers."


ans, but during the first world war
pledged themselves exclusively to the
playing of quartets. In fact, their
aim in life is "to render with the ut-
most perfection all the works of
classic and modern literature." This
task has been made easier for them
by their matchless instruments which,
faultlessly selected, produce the ef-
fect of one single sonorous instru-
ment with sixteen strings.
Their instruments are some of the
finest of old-Italian makes. The first
violin is a Petrus Guanenius; the viola
a Grancino; the 'cello a J. B. Gudag-
nini; and the second violin a Sanctus1
The Budapest Srting Quartet are1
now making their tenth tour of this
country this season. They have, and1
will, play in most of the nation's1
major cities, as they have played in,

most of the key cities of the world.
It is to the credit of the ensemble,
also to note that their concerts this
season are mostly reengagement ap-
Officials Rule Exemption
WASHINGTON, Feb. l.--(P)-Se-
lective Service Officials ruled today
that Lay brothers of the Catholic
Church are exempt from the draft
as "regular ministers of religion." The
ruling quoted a certification from
Archbishop Edward Mooney of De-
troit, Chairman of the administrative
board of the National Catholic Wel-
fare Conference, asserting that under
the laws of the church Lay brothers
"are not only bound to the obliga-
tions of the clerical state but that
they also enjoy the same privileges
as clerics."I



FACE when
sihe gets our
No VOi( U brings greater joy
to Mother than that of her
boy or girl in -school. Many
students realize that and
make it a point to call home
each week. Why don't you
try it .. loday? Reduced
rates are in effect ALL DAY
SUNDAY and every night
after 7 o'clock on calls to
nVpst places.
if the rate to your home
is not listed below, you can
obtain it from the telephone
directory (inside front cov-
er) or from "Long Dis-
tance" (dial 0).
Rates for 3-minute
night and Sunday
calls . . . Ann Arbor to:

Dargusch Heads System
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1.-(I)-Carl-
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