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.TII.E MICHIGAN~ DAiLY4

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TUESDAY. NOV. 17. 1~4~

SPALDING WILL APPEAR HERE:
Outstanding Violinist to Play
In Fourth Choral Union Concert

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

America's z'nost noted violin artist,
Albert Spalding, will present the
fourth Choral 'Union concert of the
current series at 8:30 p.m. Thursday
in Hill Auditorium.
After being praised as the most
promising young violinist since Mo-
zart, Spalding graduated from the
Bologna Conservatory of Music at the
age of 14. iFollowing a few years of
additional training, he ;made his
Americain debut at Carnegie Hall,
New York, with the New York Sym-
phony Orchestra under the direction
of Walter Damrosch.
Since his debut Spalding has built
his reputation as America's foremost
violinist in yearly concert tours cov-
ering both the U.S. and Europe, in
which he has appeared with the
greatest orchestras of the world.
Each season he plays an average of
70 concerts iin this country, and in
Hillel Foundation will go into pro-
duction on surgical bandages from 2
p.m. to 5,p.m. today at the Founda-
tion on Haven Ave., and all towns-
people and students are invited to
attend, Herbert Levin,' '45M, and
Charlotte Kaufman, '43,' announced
today.
Those coming to work must follow
a regular attendance every single
Tuesday, as a certain quota- will be
set and must be completedi each week.
Workers are asked to report in fresh-
ly laundered cotton blouses or dresses
or wear clean cotton smocks, all of
which must be in light colors.
In addition to this, they are re-
quested to wear a headdresis of clean
material which will conceali all of the
hair. No nail polish is to be worn by
those r'olling bandages.
Students, trained and qualified as
Red Cross mnstructors, 'will supervise
the surgical bandage workers. Regis-
tration can be made today.

pre-war days he supplemented thes~e
with at least 50 concerts in Europ'e.
Spalding has two violins of which
he takes special care. One, a Guar-
nerius dating from 1755, is insured
for $55,000. His other is an "Artot"
make by Antonio 'Stradivarius. Care-
Spalding refuses to worrybtr his
hands, which he uses to good ad-
vantage as a boxer.'-
Special Course
to be Offered
Navy to Interview
Applicants This Week
Officers of the United States Nay
will be at the Union Wednesday
through Saturday, November 21 in-
clusive, to interview applicants for
the special intensive course in the
the University of Colorado, Boulder,
Cobo. Prof. Joseph Yamagiwa of the
Japanese language department an-
flounced yesterday. '
In general applicants are required
to indicate previous study of at least
six months in either Chinese or Jap-
anese. In very few exceptional cases,
students who have Phi Beta Kappa
standing will be admitted without
previous background study in either
Chinese or Japanese. In general stu-
dents must have completed a mini-
mum of 31/ years of college work but
in exceptional cases where a student
has completed 2 years of study of
the Japanese language, he will be
considered for enrollment if he has
completed his sophomore year in col-
lege.
Special application forms specify-
ing amount of pay to be received may
be obtained any day between 1 and'
2 p.m. at 2021 Angell Hall.
Honor Society
Tau "eB ea Pi onor y schoao stic
outstanding engineers at 5 p.m. to-,
day in the Michigan Union.
Following the initiation. will be a
banquet honoring the new members.
Dr. John A. Perkins of the~ political
science department will address the
group and A. D. Moore of the elec-
trical engineering departmeit' Will
act as toastmaster.
The following are to be initiated:
Franklin Anderson, '43, Worthy Boyd,
'43, Herbert Berman, '43, Edward
Dytko, '43, Dick Slederman, '43,
Douglas Hann, '43, Herbert Heaven-
rich, '43, Clinton Heimbach, '43,
Thomas Inman, '43, and Stewart
William 4Langton, '43, Julius Mik-
lowitz, '43, Richard Menz, '44, Albert
Moshy, '43, Harold O'Hern, '43, James
O'Malley, '43, Warren Parris, '43,
Kenneth Peterson, '43, Dean Rock-
well, '43, William SessIons, '43, Ralph
Shibely, '43, Louis Smith, '43, Hy-
rman Sterngold, '43, and Carl Bagn

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iferous woods by their microscopic
structure"; Eleanor' Garthwa ite,
"Coal Paleonbotany''; C. A. Arnold,
"Practical Plant Anatomy.'"
The Englishi Journal Club will meet
tonight in the West Conference Room
of the Rackham Building. Mr. .Rqprt
Haugh \Will speak on "Sentimental-
ismn in the Proletarian Novel."
The University of MWichigan Flying
Club will meet tonight at 7:30 at the
Michigan Union. Those interested in
membership are invited.
Tryouts for Athena Literary So-
ciety will 'be held today, 3:00-5:00
p.m., in the Rehearsal Room of the
League. Women interested may try
out by giving a two-minute speech.
If unabl6 to come, call Josephine
'Fitzpatrick.
OripntaI Religious Seminar: Mr.
Gerald Tfen willead a discusso$ o
Seminar at Lane 'Hall tonight at 7:30.
Te Woe' il*Cu ilme
today at 5:00 p.m . in the' long o
the Women's Athletic Building. Ev-
eryone welcome. No experience neces-
sary.
The regular Tuesday Evening Re-
corded Program in the Men's Lounge
of the Rackham Building at 8:00
p.m. will be as follows:
Beetheven:' Symphony No. 9 in' D
ininor;. "Choral".
Hay~dn: Quartet in D major. Roth
String Quartet.
All stuplents and faculty are in-
vited 'tO attend.
The D&ynce Club wlmet to day at
4 :15'p.m. in the Barbour Dance Stu-
dio.'' ~ ~' ~
Episcopal Students: Tea will be
ser-ved sfor Episcopal students and
their friends'by the Canterbury Club
this afternoon 'in Harris Hall, 4:00
to' 5':15.' Evening Prayer will be said
at 5:15 in the Chapel.
Faculty Women's Club: The Play
Redding''Sebtion -will meet today at
.2:15. p.n. sin lthe Mary .B. Henderson
Room of the Michigan League. ,
. ' 1
Michigan Dames "'-Bridge group
'will 'mneet . tonight in the, Michigan.
League.! . : ,
The' Bibliophiles section 'of the
Women's -Faculty Club will meet 'at
the "home - of 'Mrs. 'Ralph Curtiss,
1106 5 .' orest today at 2:30 p.m.
Christian Science Organization will
meet tonight at 8:15 in Rooms D and
E of the Michigan League.
A -mass meeting for all Junior
girls will be held 4:30 p.m. today
in the League Ballroom.
* * *
The~ Michigan Union coke bar
will be ,pen at 4 p.m. today in the
ihailroom.
' * *. *
'ing of leagu house, sorsority and
dormitory athletic 'managers will
be held at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow at
the WAB.

Coining Events
Research Club will meet Wednes-
day, Nov. 18, at 8:00 p.m. in the
Amphitheatre of the Rackham Build-
ing. The following papers will be
read: "Astronomy for an Emperor
in the Twelfth Century," by Professor
W. Carl Rufus, and "Notes on Cole-
ridge as Aesthetician and Critic," by
Professor Clarence D. Thorpe.
Graduate Students in Speech: The
Graduate Study Club will meet at
4:00 p.m. on Wednesday in the East
Conference Room of the Rackham
Building.
Slavic Society will meet on Thurs-
day, November 19, at 8:30 p.m. in the'
International Center. Election of of-
ficers and plans for the ensuing se-
mester will be discussed. Refresh-
ments.
Hall at 3:00 pm Wednesday and
Thursday, Nov. 18 and 19.'
Attendance at one of these meet-
ings is required.
Music Hour at the International
corded music will be presented at the

[nternational Center Wednesday from
Snata No. 47 in.A major, Kreu-
zer), Yehudi and Herhzibah Menu-
hin; String Quartet Op. 18 No. 1 in
F major, Budapest String Quartet;
Symphony No. 3 in E flat major, Tos-
canini directing the' NBC Orchestra.
Chinese Students, attention: Dr.,
Chih Meng, Director of the China
Institute in America, will spend
Thursday at the In'ternational Cen-
ter. He will beglad-to interview stu-
dents who 'wish- to see him between
1:30 and 4:00 p.m. Students who
cannot come during these hours
Extension 2131) for 'otherU appoit-
ments.
A bill of one-act plays, directed and
produced by 'advanced students in
dramatics, will be presented by the
Department of Speech at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. Open' to the public.
Episcopal Students: There will be
a celebration of Holy Communion on
Wednesday morning at 7:30 in Bishop
Williams Chapel, Harris Hall. Break-
fsr iwill be served following the

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"Aristocrat
____________of the Violin"
Albert Spalding
Shattering the old idea that ranking musicians must be
long-haired foreigners is the brilliant career of Albert
Spalding. Of American birth and training, his achieve-
ments have been recognized throughout the musical world.
Often referred to as the "Aristocrat of the .Violin," he is a
man of such fine taste that he never permits himself to do
anything purely for display.
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