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EXAM SCHEUI ES

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8 ..... Friday, Feb.
9 . . Monday, Feb.
10 .... Friday, Feb.
ll ...TWuesday, Feb.
1.. .Thursday, Feb.
2 ...Tuesday, Feb.
3 .. .Saturday, Feb.
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8 .. Saturday, Feb.
9 ... Thursday, Feb.
10 Wednesday, Feb.
11 Wednesday, Feb.
1.... .Monday, Feb.
2 ... Saturday, Feb.
3 . .Wednesday, Feb.
E.M.1, E.M.2; C.E.2
..*Monday, Feb.
M.P.2, 3, 4; French
*.... 'Tuesday, Feb.
Economics 53, 54
..*Wednesday, Feb.
M E.3; Drawing 2
'..*Thursday, Feb.
E.E.21; Draw.3, Spanis
. .Friday, Feb.
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COLLEGE OF LI'rERAI'allw,
SCIENCE AND TIlE Al~.TS

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21 10:30-12:30
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22 2:00- 4:00
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22 8:00-10:00
26 8:00-10:00
26 10:30-12:30
24 10:30-12:30
23 8:00-10:00
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Political Science 1, 2, 51, 161
....Mon., Feb). 21, 8:00-10:00
Sp1eech 31, 32; French 1, 2. 11, 31,
32, 53, 61, 91, 92, 153
......Tue., Feb. 22, 10:30-12:30
English 1, 2; Economics 51, 52, 53,
54, 101 ... .Wed., Feb. 23, 2:00- 4:00
Botany 1, Zoology 1, Psychology 31
-Lecture Group 1 (Maier) only
Sociology 54
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Sociology 51
...Sat., Feb. 26, :0"--10:00
Spanish 1, 2. 31, 32; German 1, 2, 31,
32 ......Fri., Feb. 25, .2:00- 4:00

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hand experience for future commer - z ' V !(!1
ro pctv hmeones looking cn_ tt z,, ial positions by having to consider l
fora brgan n hme esgnig, aythte size, requirements, location and Bach Gilil;
lind a ve:rit ab :le gold-mine in the Un- financial condition of the family or
iversity'Architcctural Clinic. individuals concerncd. Carl We,iri, Princeton,,:Uiier-
A suietly non-profit organization, By, personal cotc it hi ci ;Yoraitan hi mse.wl
the Clinic plrovides complete plans ents, the students gain necessary ex- plresent an organ recital at 4 :15 p.m.; c
for these home-builders for a picaY - perience not given by their work today in Hill Au ditorium.
une fead at the same time, gives on theoretical projects.
necessar cexefence to its architec-I The value of this clinic is clearly Well known as a concert orga,<nist
tur'al !tdns shown by the designing of a recrea- inas the pupil o ynwooczi Fa ' iram,
Ar ,.. 1ra Advie Given tional building for a group of work-' va the coutry'outIsytnding orgi. .ls
Fora nminal(bag of $i5 plus1 a ci s in the Brightnmoor district in De- of a decade ago andbcaefmu
'~u no exeedng 10 or he ostti'it.for the way in wh, .ih he > cid ont
of blernigadtping, individ- Clinic Commended t, c f1Farnam's recital ' dtosatrhis
uaLs anrd coper a tive organizations "The Architectural Clinic is cer- death.1
can rcec.i(e archite .ctural advice and tainly doing a great service for agen- Hehsmdsvracoertor
plans Ihymih nottewiib es such as ours. This type of serv- wihhv nlddpromne
able to afford. ice we simply could not afford in the wt h ohse hlamnc
Accorin A tol'o. CGe orge B. Brig- planning s1g, erg .Adn Boston and Cleveland Symphony1
ha.wo sdir(tn the work of th~e social director of the Center said inj Orchestras, and is particularly noted
Cliicrvices aavailable only for aeet etr for his organ recordings, being onel
the cons,. uction of homes not exceed- At pr'esent, the Clinic is planning of ahuefrafml nYslni the first artists to make successfulI
lug ,a cost of $6,000. and no work isahosfrafmiynYplnt albums for organ.
clon fo cemeicia enerpise. -.~ space arrangements," draajrpotinifnhgpoga
do fork lommercStlenterrssshemjrprto fteof exterior and interior views, have wl eBc n r-ahmsc
s: "int !been approved and the "working with Hindemith'sn utr-a -moer
TheJ i ir wrkof designing, inak- plans" are now being formulated. "it Sonatain E fiautmnr"a
ing !rwi and models, and speci-, Griffith Young, a student working the concluding number.
fxj~.dtu-i left in the hand of! on this project, claims, "It gives you
senzior:tnd graduate architectural'pi'actical experience, and can also be .
students. They ai'e receiving first used as office practice in acquiring Jii A C~11 i
your degree."
" -Student supervises Cornstrucetion ie y ofcsor
.~Ini a recent interview, Prof. Brig-
T ham said, "I had a Chilean student Presenting the firnal ,oncr in the
in my class last semester who hasj Sunday afteirnon organii'('('ia set-
I treturned to Chile to supervise co-isjr amrCl'sin nxcst
struaction of a s ummer home he de- organist, and Prof.ilrnVaDer
K)I c'sine while at the University. sen. baritone, willapal najoint:
"Th'i sts~udent came to the Univer-1 concert next Sunday; at 4 :15 pm.m. ini
A spcil exhibit of f .irearm will sity with the contract foi' the build- B ill Auditorium.
t) o:en to the public when the iig, which was to be a wood framet The program includes threecompo-
Asl"i, G ume Memorial Col- construction very unusual in Chile. sitions foi'oi'gan by contemnporaryr
leto of Armiis goes on displayj The drawings so pleased his custom- America composers. all dedicated to
i,(' 5 to 19{'t the Museum of Art el's that they insisted that he return Dr. Christian.
and , Arhaologyin N(e:berry Hall. and see that they were carried out, PofVn erenxiisgast
6 eA(0) lii((' are in the collet- Prof. Brigham cont inuedl.. of ten Bbia og yAtoi
fioni tatux a recently given to the In spite of prevailing conditions 4Dvorak, preent inthemat ls a._i agr o!u)
la Jierithb r is. Cummner in inem- and govei'nment regulations, the Clin- for the fir st t it gin Ann A' but'
ory ofheiusband. Both of them ic is carrying on its work commend- concert.
'ire former a ;.luimni. ably. Prof. Bi'igham believes "that -
Mti'.Cuiznier has found his collec- there should be many opportunities
Lion hiere and dtu'ing travels abroad, i'after xvar for' an organization such
Par tic ularly interested in short arms, as oui's, for wve serve the public to
lieha eaheed xamios lhit.'~t :our advantage and theirs."
he as a.,zsd xnzpe llsr P-!

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lug the decar ltopux nt of pis tols from
e arly a ebocsand xvheecilocks to
ihe flintlocks and percussion pieces
dowvn to modern firearmis. There are
also many American made pistolIs
tand r evolv'ers of 'the types used dur-
iriz the Civil War days.
Also shown are examples of the
crossbow that is termed the favorite'
xveapon in Europe f~r war and hunt-!
luig in the Middle Ages, swords, dag;-
gers and nieces of armor. Famous
English gunmakers are represented
in the collection of dueling pistols,
both flintlock and percussion kinds.
Guns frin Italy, Spain, France ;
and the Orient are included among
the unusual types, as well as a sword-3
gun and swordeane.
f: ,rtait LBookkco ung, Civil
Service, and Reviewv Couises in
business. Interesting wxork in
pleasant environment xvit h
permanent future. Ask for Bul-
letin.
hAI.I!LTON COLLEGE
William at State Phone 7831

l feveli oAct
As Chairman
A4t Conference
Pi'of. William D, Revelli will serve
as chairman of the third annual
meeting of the national University,
and College Band Conductors Con-
feience which is being held in con-
junction with the Music Educators
National Bi-annual meeting in St..
Louis, Mo. from March 2-8.
The Band Conductors Conference
will convene March 4-6. Prof. Revelli
will also be a member of the con-
dtucting panel on which methods for
attaining high school and college
band objectives will be discussed.
He will be a member of the MENC
panel discussion on "Widening Hori-
zons for Music Education" to be held
fronm March 2-7. Prof. Revelli will
also serve on the panel discussion of
contemporary instrumental compo -
sitions.
Many noted personalities of the
music world will participate in the
discussions, panels and programs.
The discussion of new trends, cur-
ricula and other educational features
pertinent to the development of mu-
sic students will be the main purpose
of the meetings.
Prof. Marguerite V. Hood of the
music education department will also
attend the MENC meeting.
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