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Paul Katwijk,
Noted Pianist,
To Play Here

In British Cabinet*

Recital Program
Works Of Old
Contemporary

Featuresl
Masters,
Music

Featuring the works of Beethoven,
Brahms and Chopin, Paul van Kat-
wijk, pianist and Dean of the School
of Music at Southern Methodist Uni-
versity, will give a recital at 4:15
p.m. tomorrow in the Assembly Hall
of the Rackham Building.
The program will contain both
piano literature which is familiar to
Two Rhapsodies ........Brahms
Thirty-two variations, Beethoven
Nocturne in F major; Scottish
dances; Four preludes;
Fantasie in F minor .. Chopin
Intermission
Prelude in B minor ...... Liadov
Etude in F-sharp minor, Scriabine
Gavotte .............Prokofieff
Prelude in C-sharp minor; Pre-
lude in B minor, Rachmaninoff
General Lavine;
Soiree dans Grenade .. Debussy
Harmonies of the evening;
Tarantelle Venice and
Naples................Liszt
the concert-goer's ears and new
modern and contemporary music.
Besides the G minor and B minor
Rhapsodies of Brahms and the fam-
ous Thirty-two variations of Bee-
thoven, which headline the program,
music by Scriabine, Prokofieff and
Debussy will also be heard.
Employe Of "U'
Aided Churchill
..In world War
Robert B. Ford, the prim little
Scotsman who used to drive Winston
Churchill along front-line trenches
in World War I, is keeping an eye
on his No. 1 hero and friend today
from the towel cage of the Intra-
mural Sports Building here on the
University of Michigan campus.
The 60-year-old former captain in
the British Army, has twice attempt-
ed to enlist in Windsor for overseas
duty with the Canadian Army.
A former Baptist minister in his
home town of Dundee, Scotland,
"Scotty" Ford wants to fight for
"thot mon Churchill" whom he first
met in 1916 when he bounced the
present-day Prime Minister along
Amiens trenches in a battle-gray,
1914 model Vauxhall-
The Prime Minister, then a mem-
ber of Parliament, wasn't exactly
talkative, Scotty tells his friends to-
day, but probably because military
secrecy prevented their talking about
the area through which they were
driving.
From his cubby-hole Sports Build-
ing desk where he is surrounded by
piles of towels, tennis racquets, gym
shoes and photographsrofcChurchill,
Scotty tells the U. of M. athletes how
"Winnie and I" used to drive along
together under gunfire-"with both
of us right in the front seat."
Before the first World War, Scotty
was a member of the crack Black
Watch regiment of Scottish High-
landers.

'Garg' Theme
i Ann Arbor
BombFata sy
"Garg" has jumped the gun again,
this time pn the shelling of the Cali-
fornia coast. Having been moved in
the mind's eye thousands of miles
across the land, the shells drop right
in the middle of Ann Arbor as only
one of the features- of the February
magazine to be on sale Friday.
This diabolical fantasy on an in-
vasion of Ann Arbor will be accom-
panied by a feature about the Uni-
versity's contributions in cooperation
with the nation's defense and a series
of drawings. Betty Kufgen's latest,
depicting what will go on in a wo-
men's dormitory in event of a black-
out. Together they form Gargoyle's
thematic magazine -within -a-maga-
zine, to be a monthly feature during
the rest of the publication year.
Of vast and immeasurable social
significance is the second of Gar-
goyle's components in the February
issue-namely, the J-Hop souvenir
section, given over annually to
-1-tnof the Ixi dl~nt nesnd of t~he

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Sir James Grigg (above) was
named new British War Minister
in the second cabinet shakeup in
four days. He succeeds Capt. H. D.
R. Margesson. Sir James is the
first regular civil servant to be
shifted from a post in the perma-

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nent civil service estamzisnment to photos 01 tine L oO e UU1 wo'. anS , U t
ministerial rank, various fraternity house parties.
Consideration Of Immunizing
WillowRun Children Is Urgent
(This is the sixth in a serves of arti- should be arranged, with the initia-
ces dealing with the many problems tive to be taken by management or
WillowRun.)labor.t
wui'w fnun.) l Hospital facilities will have to be
By BOB MANTHO extended but the government's stall
The problem of raising the im- policy is preventing any planning.
munization status of children to com- Health authorities don't .know how
bat the spread of communicable dis- many beds will be needed and this
eases around the Willow Run de- depends entirely upon the number
fense area needs urgent consideration of laborers who will move in.
if an epidemic is to be avoided. Personnel Need
All children down to nine months The personnel problem in restaur-
of age should be immunized for diph- ants and dairies is daily clamoring
theria, small pox and whooping for attention. Restaurants built to
cough. But health authorities have serve 400 customers now are catering
hit a serious snag because the state to 500. The prospect of work in the
is being deluged by demands for im- bomber plant has also made for a
munization from other counties. quick turnover in employes. Thus
The question to be decided is which restaurants have been forced to give
county should be immunized first a distress signal too frequently for
and Washtenaw County has yet to efficiency's sake.
receive its rating. Garbage and refuse disposal is an-
Problem In Hospital Care other important problem. This can
A problem is also anticipated in be controlled if each person is re-
proing hoials caetforot-- quired to take care of his own dis-
providing hospital care for out-of- posal. Supervised fills on swamp land
county laborers who find work in can be announced by each township
the bomber plant. Here there are board as the official dump for cer-
two alternatives-either the state tain sections of the community and
should be authorized to handle all families must be made to observe
hospital cases or some form of family them as such.
hospital insurance for the workers e dequae recaonal faci te
necessary. Contrary to current be-
Dance To Be Spoisored lief, something is being done about
this problem. Ypsilanti has a grow-
By Graduate Outing Club ing WPA recreational plant under-
way and it will be expanded in pro-
Graduate students and faculty portion to the demands placed up-
members are invited to attend the on it.
first Graduate Outing Club-spon- Priorities are causing a general
sored square dance of the second slow-up all along the line whenever
semester, to be held at 8:30 p.m. Sat- improvements in sanitation are un-
urday in the Assembly Hall of the dertaken by local authorities. There
Rackham Building. is a definite shortage in materials
Instructions for beginners will be with which to make necessary sug-
provided by two callers and several gested improvements unless the gov-
club memb~ers. ernment gives the green-light.
Printers Hold Exhibition Chess Champ To Speak
An exhibition of the work of the I. A. Horowitz, former United
Pynson Printers, a commercial firm StatesAchess champion, will speak at
of New York recognized as having 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Michigan
made a major contribution to type Union.
design, is currently being shown in Horowitz will lecture on his match
the lobby display cases of the Col- with Reshevsky, also a former cham-
lege of Architecture and Design. The pion, both of whom are on the Unit-
display, which will be here until ed States chess championship team.
March 2, consists of books, panels and At the same time he will perform
posters. several games blindfolded.

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