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THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1"DAYoCTOEr244

24 1941

Hillman Answers

Senator's

Charge

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Sidney Hillman (extreme right), labor director of the defense program, declared in Washington that he
acted to avert threatened labor "civil war" in the Detr oit area when he blocked award of a defense housing
project in Wayne County. Senator Ralph O. Brewste r (Rep.-Me.) (leaning across table at left) had charged
that Hillman appeased the A. F. of L. at a cost of $200 ,000 to the government on the contract. At left of
Brewster is Senator Harry S. Truman (Dem.-Mo.), ch airman of the special Senate committee hearing Hill-
man's testimony. At extreme left is Hugh Fulton, com mittee counsel.
Reveli Heads 'Finest College Band;'

,Navy Naivigation Bureau Chief
WillInspect NROTC Tuesday
Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, U.S.N., monthly publication put out by
Chief of the Bureau of Navigation, NROTC cadets, will commemorate
will inspect the NROTC' unit next Navy Day. A lead article will explain
Tuesday, as the climax of the unit's the origin and significance of Navy
activities in connection with the ob- Day, while other articles will tell of
the accomplishments of this year's
servance of Monday. Oct. 27, as Navy unit and its members.
Day. A delegation of about 28 cadets,
Admiral Nimitz will be in Ann Ar- accompanied by Lt. J. E. Fitzgibbon,
bor only for a few hours Tuesday U.S.N., will represent the Michigan
morning, as his schedule calls for NROTC at a Navy Day Ball in Jack-
son. Mich. To these cadets. Navy
a Ford plant inspection Tuesday Day is a day to look forward to-
noon. He will be greeted here by a and how!
NROTC unit which, although only in - -
its second year, is rated among the Always clean and
topnotch outfits in the country. Its free from goo no
North Hall headquarters will be spick matter how often
and span for his inspection, you smoke it. Chal-
The NIlOTC headquarters will be lenging higher-
open all day Monday for inspection, qaitdndevalria.
too-not an Admiral's inspection. to quality and value. *S
be sure, but an inspection by all who WM. DEMUTH & CO., N.Y.
are interested in the Navy and the
work the NROTC is doing. This Navy HANDKERCHF
Day "open house" will give students, TEST PROVES
faculty, and townspeople alike a VITAL ZONE
chance to become more familiar with ~
Michigan's Naval Reserve Officers AWY
Training Corps. SOLS
Another contribution of the NROTC, NOON
to the observance of Navy Day, ac- D; CAN PASS
cording to Lt. R. E. Palmer, U.S.N.
Associate professor of Naval Science
and Tactics, will be a two-window dis- , i"S
play in a down-town bank. All the CUSHION
material which hds given visitois to SEALED
the unit an opportaunity to under-
stand the workings of projectiles and
other Naval equipment will be there.
The four-inch gun which guards the
entrance to the unit, however, will
stay put-even on Navy Day.
A banner issue of the "Pelorus," m lnAD
SMICHIGAN TODAY AT
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'Varsity Night'

Already credited with having
turned out some of the most out-
standing college bands in the country
in the last few years, Prof. William
D. Revelli, director of the University
Bands, will make still another bid
for commendation when his 100-piece
concert band of this season makes its
firs't ormal appearance at Varsity
Night Tuesday in Hill Auditorium.
With his marching band declared
"All-American" for several years
running and last year's concert band
judged "undoubtedly the finest col-
lege band in the nation" by profes-
sional conductor Edwin Franko Gold-
man, Professor Revelli has obviously
done much for band music in the
six short years he has been with the
University.
Educated in many prominent music
schools in St. Louis and Chicago,
Professor Revelli then became super-
viser of music in thes Hobart, Ind.,
public schools, and only four years
afterwards turned out a band which
entered the National Band Contest.
In the following year the Hobart
Band won first place in the nat#!nal
contest, and proceeded to take the
same honors for four years more.,
In 1935 Professor Revelli came to
Michigan, where he has been con-
ductor of the University Bands and
professor of woodwind instruments
in the School of Music ever since.
Now considered an outstanding
authority on bands, Professor Revelli'
has acted as adjudicator and con-
ductor at clinics and conferences in
Winston Will Speak
To MarxSociety
Henry Winston, administrative
secretary of the Young Communist
League will be the feature speaker
at the initial meeting of the Karl
Marx Society to be held at 8 p.m.
Tuesday in Room D, Haven Hall,
Robert Chapman, '42, announced
yesterday.
Wnston, who is descendant of
slaves in Mississippi, was an ardent
worker early in the campaign to free
the Scottsboro boys, and is the author
of many popular pamphlets which es-
pouse the cause of negro freedom.

practically
and is in c
sions of th
Paying 'tr
the, Univer
Sink, presid
ical Society

ToBeHeld Tuesday
every state in the Union, Evidence of 'the nationally recog-
onstant demand for occa- nized merit of, the University's Con-
is nature. cert Band, directed by Prof. William
ibute to the conductor of D. Revelli, will be available to all
sity Bands, Dr. Charles Tuesday when the band presents its
ent of the University Mus- annual Varsity Night program in Hill
Y, stated, "He has made Auditorium.
------ - Guest conductor for the occasion
will be Morton Gould, nationally
known composer and conductor, who
will also appear as a concert pianist
on the Varsity Night program, im-
provising on themes offered by the
audience as well as presenting some
of his own compositions.
Repeated by popular request, last
year's "Stump Me If You Can" quiz
feature will be the third highlight of
the evening's entertainment, with
Prof. John L. Brumm of the jouf-
nalism department firing the ques-
tions.
On the receiving end will be guest
conductor Gould; Patricia Hadley,
'42, president of Pan-Hellenic Asso-
ciation; Bob Westfall, '42, football
team captain, andti Wallie Weber,
freshman football coach.
A new feature of the Varsity Night
program this year will be the con-
clusion of the band's first formations
contest, run to obtain formation sug-
LIAM D. REVELLI gestions for the Ohio State football
game. The winner will be announced
great educational asset and awarded a ten-dollar cash prize
ersity." at Varsity Night.
n to the marked improve- Entry boxes have been placed in
ie bands sinbe, Professor the lobbies of the Union, League and
e here, he has also been Angell Hall and in front of the Li-
for much of the expan- brary, band manager Stuart Park,
e band program, 'having '42, has announced, and all entries
an all-year activity, rath- should be submitted before 6 p.m.
ping it confined to march- Monday.
ootball games. Entries should consist of five or
six formations portraying some def-
Camp ite theme, and need not be overly
extensive in -their development, as a
ations Will Be Cut written description and a rough
sketch will be entirely acceptable.
x, Oct. 23.-(I)-At least Duplicate prizes will be awarded
n CCC camps will remain in case of a tie, the judging to be
after a scheduled reduc- done by the band's formations com-
nps is completed by No- mittee. All entries become the prop-
H. J. Rigterink, state su- erty of the University Marching
selections for the CCC, Band.
day. On sale at the Union, League and
the present total of 31 Wahr's Bookstore, tickets may also
d be curtailed to between be obtained from any band member.

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Governor Selects
Agents To Assist
ReturningSoldiers
LANSING, Oct. 23.-P)-Governor
Van Wagoner today appointed liaison
agents to assist in the task of return-
ing to private employment young men
about to be relieved of 'active duty
with the Army.
The Selective Service law requires
that draftees be allowed ┬░to return to
their old jobs where this is possible.
The liaison agents' task is to assist
in finding jobs for those whose jobs
no longer exist, or where some other
difficulty develops.
Selective Service headquarters has
evolved plans fnder which draft
boards will be supplied with names
of men about to be released from the
Army, in order that the job place-
ment effort may be started, and, if
possible, that the soldier's old job
will be waiting for him when he
arrives home. Reemployment com-
mittees will assist the task in metro-
politan centers. ,

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