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November 27, 1941 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1941-11-27

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Marching Band
To Hold Annual
Banquet Today
Final Gathering Of Year
Will Feature Speeches,
Singing,_Football Films
Officially ccncluQing the football
marching season for 1941, the Uni-
versity Marching Band will hold its
annual post-season banqut at 6:15
p.m. today in the Union.
Dsigned to be a final get-together
for marching band members who will
subsequently become members of the
concert or regihental bands, the
banquet will feature moving pictures
of the Michigan-Columbia football
Ordinarfly making two out-of-
town trips each year, the band was
to have attended that game this fall,
but the necessary funds were lacl-
ing and the trip had to be cancelled.
Guests of honor at the banquet
today will be Prof. William D. Revelli,
conductor of the University bands,
Lieut. John A. Lohla of the depart-
ment of military science and tactics,
drillmaster, and Herbert G. Watkins,
assistant secretary of the University
and band business manager.
Following short talks by these men,
the program will be concluded with
some group singing of Michigan
songs, led by band personael mana-
ger Ed Kruth, '42SM. The banquet
program is under the direction of
George Irwin, '43.
Numbering 127 pieces, the march-
ing band .this year was declared out-
standing by prominent sports writers
ho saw it perform.
Blue" Bird'
Has Peculiar.
PropT rouble
Strange indeed are the problems
confronting Helene Herzfeld, '42,
properties head for Play Production's
forthcoming presentation of Maeter-
linek's "The Blue Bird."
Faced Cith the curious necessity
of finding not only a live bluebird,
but also daisies an4, aples as big as
tables, Miss Herzfeld is, to say the
least, slightly puzzled.
In addition to such properties, she
must see to the making of hundreds
of organdy lilies for a *graveyard
scene. These must be constructed in
such a way as to spring out of the
tobstones in a cloud of smoke, and
all this at a moment's notice.
One of the other principal unsolved
problem is this: the play calls for
a grou'p of bircds, black of color and
happy with life, to be transformed
in. a trice to birds, blue of color and
deader than proverbial doornails.
Now, how can it be done without
making somebody a dastardly killer
oi defenseless animals?
4 The list of overwlelming require-
*ments does 'not even end here. It
seems of vital importance that some-
where the group obtain a life-size
stuffed cat and a dog of the same
variety. Anyone who thinks that -this
last prcblem is simple will be wel-
/ come to so say, providing they can
help Helene out of her predicame:it.
Prof. Ney comb To Talk
Before Hillel Group
Prof. Theodore M. Newcomb of the
sociolopy derartment will analyze
the changes in mental attitudes of
students during the period of transi-
tion from hih school to clleg when
he speaks at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow be-
fore Hillel's Fireside Discussion
Entitled "Changing Student Atti-

tudes," the talk will be based on Prof.
Newcomb's unpublished original re-
searchl in social psychology at Ben-
iiington College in Vernipnt. Follw-
ing the talk questions will be asked
from the floor.
SLCC Sets Hearing Date
LANSING, Nov. 26-(P)-The State
Liquor Contrcl Commissicn today set '
December 11 as the' .(ate for a statu-
tory public hearing in Monroe at
which Lower Peninsula citizens will
have their annual opportunity to ap-
pear before the commission and fully '
criticize its conduct.








N 0 T A .G I F T H 0 R S E' E I T HE-R-Equine molars get examined by Capt. J. B. Stauffer
(left), army veterinarian, during rest period fo. Philadelphia cavalrymen near Wadesboro, N. C.

THIS AND 11 M0REIf this cat snubs an alley mouser,
It may be because Dier-Mers Woodroofe Moya, known also as
Abyssinian Novice, came from Africa and is'one of 12 in U.S.A.
Relen Callahan and feline posed at Philadelphia cat show.

L E A D S--After 20 years of the
movies--in and out of them-
attractive Fay McKenzie, 21, has
graduated to the rank of leading
lady for the screen's cowboy-
singer, Gene Autry.

B A N K N I G H T A ND D A Y-Memento of his childhood
is the 60-year-old mechanical coin bank being examined by Fred-
edck J. McIntosh of Los Angeles. It was given him by his parents
when he was one year old, held youthful savings.

B 0 M B S R U S H -Air raid warden douses an incendiary
bomb during Singapore's weekly air raid precaution drill.

B U S Y-Between scenes on a
movie lot in Hollywood, Veronica
Lake, the tiny blonde who may
popularize that shoulder-length
hair bob again, keeps busy with
a personal assignment of crochet
bandiwork. Says she finds it
helps relax her nerves.

S U N S H I N E-Sun goddess
of southern California's all-
winter sun festival will be pretty
Barbara Britton of Long Beach.
As reigning queen, she'll have to
preside over some 300 events
comprising the winter season
fete at Los Angeles.

N E C E S S I T Y M 0 T H E R S A N E W 0 N E-To satisfy demands for simple, inexpensive homes in defense production.centers,
this experimental igloo-type house was built in Fairfax county, Va., workmen spraying concrete mixture onto inflated rubber forms.

Use the
in your living room

N 0. 5--Bonita "Bonnie" Ed-
wards, chorus girl and the Miss
Florida of 1937, became the fifth
Mrs. Tommy Manville at Ridge-
field, Conn., ceremony. The as-
bestos fortune heir is 47; his
bride is 22.

Shovelling snow; using your
eyes under poor light: BOTH
burn up energy. But poor
light wastes energy, causing
eyestrain and nervous ten-


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