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TMUSDAY, JAN. 19, 1944

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Feminine Roles for Co. C's
.Musical Are Announced

Feminine roles for do. C's forth-
coming musical comedy, "Bidin' Our
Time," were announced yesterday by
Pfc. Chester H. Sargent, vocal direc-
tor, who was in charge of the casting.
Dean Margaret Gunger will be
played by Jeanne T. Finlayson of
2735 Bedford Road, Susan Breechbolt
by Joyce Butler of 1435 Ardmore
Drive, Cynthia Parker by Mary Mapes
of 810 Lawrence, and Francine
O'Hara by, Geraldine Hoff Doyle of
1915 Geddes Avenue.
Vivyan Ross of 807 Third Street
and Lee Baker of 921 South State
Street will play the parts of mothers
of servicemen while serving as a
chorus will be: Virginia Fairchild,
840 Breakwood Place; Gloria Ann
Cowley, 1238 Ferdon Road; June Al-
len, 723 Church, and Betty Ann Cor-.
bett, 1031 Michigan Avenue.
Thirty-five Ann Arbor girls tried
o4t for parts on Saturday afternoon
in the USO. Not all the men's parts
have been assigned. The leading
iale roles have been cast, but there
are still some chorus parts open.
These, however are open only to men
T druck, Train
Collide; 3 Killed
Eastboutiel LocomllotiVe
Smashes Auto-Truck
Three occupants of a Michigan
Central Railroad auto truck were
killed yesterday at 9:45 a.m. when an
eastbound Michigan Central passen-
ger train collided with the truck at
Guthrey crossing, 3%/ miles west of
The victims of the accident include
Dan Pathoof, age 19, of 706 5th St.,
Michigan Center; Stanley Gallas, age
37, of 437 Railway St., Jackson; and
Chester Machezynski, age 33, of 705
Graham St., also of Jackson.
Police reported that the truck was
headed east at Guthrey when the
collision occurred. Wreckage was
strew about for 300 feet east of the
crossing. Eye-witnesses stated that
the bodies of the three men were
thrown 100 feet fifom the wreckage.

of Co. C. Already assigned are the
following :
Corp. Charles Weisberg of Cali-
fornia will play the leading comedy
role of Colonel J. Recoil Breechbolt.
Pfc. Chester H. Sargent of Ohio will
share honors with Pfc. Robert Bent-
ley of New York and Persia as lead
juveniles. Corp. Alvin Olsen of New
York and California will serve as sec-
cretary to Colonel Breechbolt.
Playing servicemen and officers will
be Pfc. John Iacometti of Missouri,
Robert Harvey of Michigan, Robert
Hogan of New York, George Schoot
of Wisconsin, Harry E. Mankonen of
Pennsylvania. The remaining male
roles will be announced later this
Prof. Mau rer
Ends Series of
Radito Reviews
Prof. Wesley H. Maurer of the
journalism department, gave his con-
cluding talk of the weekly series on
the World Today in Books and Mag-
azines at 2:45 p.m. yesterday over
station WKAR, East Lansing. His
topic was "High Living Costs and
High Taxes."
In these reviews, Prof. Maurer has
presented synopses of outstanding
books and magazines, particularly of
the ideas put forth in PM and the
magazine Nation.
Broadcast for the past 10 weeks,
this program, however, was the last
to be scheduled,.
*$ * *
Maurer, Briumn To
Speak on Post-tWr
Profs. Wesley H. Maurer and John
L. Brumm of the journalism depart-
ment will speak tomorrow before the
Education-Public Relations class giv-.
en to officers in cooperation with the
Civil Affairs Training Program.
The discussion will be*on the pub-
licity involved in the reorganization
of papers and radio in Germany aft-
er Allied victory:

Church Men
To Attend One
Day Crusade
Conference on 'New
World Order' Will Be
Held Here Tomorrow
Ministers and bishops from the,
eastern part of the state will attend
a one-day crusade on "The New
World Order," to be held tomorrow
at the First Methodist Church.
A part of a nation-wide series of
conferences, this crusade has as its
slogan, "The Peace May Be Won with
a Three-Cent Stamp." During the
day special attention will be given
to music, singing, and maintaining
a high spiritual atmosphere.
Six church districts of Michigan
will be represented at the meeting,
including Detroit, Flint, Marquette,
Port Huron, Saginaw Bay, and Ann
Representatives will send out cards
to men in the armed forces, telling
them that the people "back home"
stand for a new world order and
that religion must play a part at
the next peace table.
Among the speakers at the confer-
ence will be Bishop Ralph Cushman
of Cleveland, the Rev. Fred -G. Poole,
director of religious education of the
Detroit Conference of the Methodist
Church, Dr. Ernest F. Tittle of Evans-
ton, Ill., and Dr. Ralph Diffendorfer
of New York City.
Among the topics to be considered
are "A Christian America," "Youth
and the Crusade," "A Christian
World," "The Coming Peace," and
"The Prince of Peace."
Music will be furnished by the
choir of the First Methodist Church,
under the direction of Hardin Van
Two Coeds Aid
In OPA Survey
Women's War Council
Asks for Volunteers
Two girls, 'Virginia Dowling, '44,
and Elizabeth Hawley, '44, have reg-
istered with the Women'~War Coun-
cil to assist in volunteer work of OPA
price surveys, Geraldine Stadelman,
pgsonnel administrator, said yeste'r-
An. appeal < for volunteer prc
panel assistants was first' mad last
week through the business admiils-
tration school by Mrs. 'Anita C.Braf
son' price clerk for Waste*w
County. The Women's War Council
then made the work one of its pro-
jeets, and opened registration yes-
Price assistants will take around
questionnaires to merchants in Ann
Arbor with the purpose of determin-
ing whether government price ceil-
ings are being violated. There is an
urgent need for these workers.
Registration will continue this
week in the Undergraduate Office of
the League.

Italian Boys Pitch In

The University concert band willt
present its first program at 4:15 p.m.
Sunday in Hill Auditorium. The bandt
this year is composed of 32 women,z
16 Army and Navy men, and 26 civ-t
ilian men, making a total of 74 mem-
Most of the servicemen were for-t
merly musicians as civilians. Their
cooperation and enthusiasm are part-
ly responsible for the success of thel
band as a group.1
Eight girls hold first chairs in thet
band. They are: Ruth Wehner, '44,
flute: Doris Reed, '46, oboe; Mary
Laughlin, '44, clarinet; Pa trici-a
Brown, '46, saxophone; Anna Choate,
'45, French horn; Allyce Wishnevsky,
'46, trombone; Sylvia Deutscher, '46,
bassoon; and Edna Martz, '46, bass.
Prof. William D. Revelli, director of
the University Bands, emphasized
11 Coeds Head
Frosh Project
The names of 11 freshmen women
receiving appointments to the central
committee of Frosh Project were an-
nounced yesterday by members of
the Women's Judiciary Council.
Estelle Klein will head the commit-
tee with Jean Hale acting as assistant
chairman. Elaine Greenbaum will
direct publicity. Esther Thors and
Katherine Long will act as equip-
ment manager and bookkeeper, re-
Six captains will also serve on
the central committee. The captains
are Ellen Hill, Josephine Simpson,
Lucy Stone, Margaret Holk, Doris
Krueger, and Ellen Vinaike.

cU' Concert Band Will Give
First Performance Sunday

that the reason so many women are
holding first chairs is not because
of the lack of men in the band, but
rather that these girls are some of
the most extremely talented and cap-
able players he has ever conducted.
Of the total membership of the
concert band, women will fill six posi-
tions among the flutes, two oboes, ten
clarinets, three saxophones, two
French horns, three trombones, one
bassoon, two basses, one coronet, and
one percussion.
Roth Quartet
Will Play Here
Fourth Annual Festival
To Be Friday, Saturday
Selections by Beethoven, Casella,
Haydn, Ravel, Schubert and Schu-
mann will be featured by the Roth
String Quartet at their appearance
on -the fourth annual Chamber Music
Festival to be presented on Friday
and Saturday in the Rackham Lec-
ture Hall.
* The first concert will be held at
8:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 21, while the
remaining two concerts will be given
on Saturday, Jan. 22, at 2:30 and
8:30 p.m., respectively.
The Roth String Quartet, organ-
ized 22 years ago by its first violinist,
Peri Roth, changed its personnel in
1938 when" two American artists,
Julius Shaler, violinist, and Oliver
Edel, cellist, were invited to become
members of the group.
Tickets for the concerts are avail-
able at the University Musical Soci-
ety office in Burton Tower.

Sgt. Joe Scydlowski of New Britain, Conn., supervises the activities
of a road gang of Italian boys in Italy. All volunteers, the boys are
paid by the U.S. government.

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High ights
On Cam pus .
WAA Basketball To Begin
All teams entered in the intra-
mural basketball tournament spon-
sored by the WAA must provide a
person to keep time and to score all
their games beginning with today's
games, Shelby Dietrich, intramural
manager, announced yesterday.
*I * '
USO Hostesses To Meet
Compulsory meetings for all Junior
Hostesses will be held from 7:15 p.m.
to 8:15 p.m. today and tomorrow in
the ballroom of the USO Club.
Regiment T, under Mildred Gaglis;
Regiment X, under Ruth Edberg; and
Regiment V, under Jean Gaffney, will
attend the meeting tonight, while
Regiment Z, under Norma Cooke;
Regisment W, under Shirley Sickels;
and Regiment U, under Jean Finlay-
son, must be present at the meeting
Sigma Rho Tau To Meet
Signahiolw Tai, pate club of
the Iupgin ering Shoo, will meet
tonight ai 7:30 141 ,0214 of the
West Engineering B g. with dis-
cussion'othe maihtheme of their
year's work, Reconversion of Amer-
ican Industry after Victory.
WAVES Will Visit Here
Two Naval recruiting officers from
Detroit, Lieut. (jg) Helen M. Stewart
and Harriet M. Simsonson, Sp. (R)
3/c, will be stationed from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. tomorrow, Thursday and Fri-
day at the Michigan League to talk
with women who are interested in
joining the U.S. Naval Reserve.
$ 4e ncr 15-word insertion for
one or two days. (In-
crease of 10oc for each
additional 5 words.)
$1.00 per 15-word insertIn for
three or more days (In-
crease of $.25 for each
additional 5 words.)
Contract Rates on Request
TWO boys wanted for work in kitch-
en for luncheon and dinner for
board of three meals a day. Please
phone Mrs. Rowles at 2-3279.
ad in leading magazines, offers
good earning opportunity in Ann
Arbor for energetic young woman
desirous of working part time to
help with current expenses. For
particulars write Avon Products,
Inc., 1402 National Bank Building,
Jackson, Zada Norris, Manager,
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Give Formal
Navy V-12 Orchestra
Will Play for Dance
Reserve Naval Architect Ball will
be held from 8:30 p.m. to midnight
Jan. 29 in the third floor assembly
hall of the Rackham Building. Lt.
H. L. Grosswendt, chairman of the
dance committee announced yester-
The Navy V-12 dance orchestra
under the direction of Cal Warren
will play for the formal dance. No
corsages will be allowed, Lt. Gross-
wendt said.
Lt. and Mrs. C. A. Hoyt Jr. and
Lt. and Mrs. L. W. Shallenberg will
chaperone the affair.
Other members of the committee
are Ensign T. Ford, music; Ensign
J. J. lppgren, refreshments;. Ensign
E. A. Dennison, decorations; and En-
sign H. L. Klyce, finance. Mrs. D, E.
Ferret is in charge of sending out in-




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