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THE MICIitGAN DAILY

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To Go to Navy HospidLs VIII sing in

ONLY MOUNTIES AND FURS?
Learn A bout Canada, Dean Urges

then-recently organized Alumni As-I
sociation in 1898. Volume One total-
ed 192 copies in eight issues, as com-
pared with the 884 pages of last
year's Volume Fifty.
Tapping Editor-in-Chief
Tapping, '16L, has been editor-in-
chief since 1929 and served as athletic
editor in his undergraduate days.
Under his managing editorship, "The
Alumnus" changed to a schedule of
26 issues per year including the four
"Quarterly Reviews," and adopted a
new page size.
Miss Bess McLouth, '13, has been
associated with "The Alumnus" since
1920, and Miss Suzanne Vogt, '37-
'39, is assistant editor.
Past Editors
For the quarter century preceding
Tapping's management, Wilbur B.
Shaw, '04, was editor and general
secretary to the Association. Shaw
now edits the "Quarterly Review" is-
Tickets for Ball
Will Be on Sale
Tickets for the Panhel-Assembly
Ball will be on sale tomorrow at the
League from 2-5 p.m. EWT (1-4 p.m.
CWT) and on the Diagonal from
12-2 p. m. EWT (11-1 p. m. CWT).
The dance which will be held on
Friday night, April 27, will feature
the music of Gene Krupa and his
band from 8:30 to 12 p. m. EWT.
Dean Edmonson To
Speak at Institute
Dean James B. Edmonson, Prof.
Fred G. Walcott, and Prof. Clifford
Woody of the School of Education
are taking part today in the program
of the Annual Institute of Teachers
of the City of Lansing held there.
Dean Edmonson is speaking on
"What's Ahead in Education".

sues of "The Alumnus" and is Di-
rector of Alumni Relations for th I
University.
Shirley W. Smith, Vice-President
and Secretary of the University, was
editor-in-chief in 1898-99.
Car

STiova Iore'
lorelli Will Play
ount di Luna's Role
lo Morelli, who will sing the

role of Count di Luna in Verdi's
."Il Trovatore" here Thursday, is a
former University student.
.': ';>'>, Af ter a year at the University of
California he entered the University
and was graduated with a degree of
bachelor of science in civil engineer-
a ~ mg.
Plays Role of Villain
s:" : : s"Morelli will play the role of the
I villain in the production of "Il Tro-
7}>:vatore" by the San Carlo Company
next Thursday.
In the story the gypsy Azucena for
revenge captures as a baby di Luna's
. brother and calls him Manrico. Later
di Luna and Manrico both love Le-
onora. Manrico elopes with Leonora.
Then he returns to rescue Azucena
fromburning and is condemned. To
free him, Leonora offers herself to
~ di Luna, but takes poison instead. Di
Luna continues with the execution
and too late discovers he has killed
his brother.
Continues Vocal Stuidies
JOHN V. SNYDER, of St. Louis, n s s
Mo., has been appointed by Presi After graduating from the Univer-
dent Truman to be Federal Loan sity, Morelli went to Milan, Italy, in
Administrator, succeeding Fred M. 1922 to continue his vocal studies
Vinson. and played in "Pagliacci" the same
year. He then played in opera houses
throughout Europe, South America,
Wenley Plans Program and the United States.
Morelli was a well-known baritone
Foreign students in Wenley House at the Metropolitan Opera House in
will be featured speakers in a pro- New York. He first played there in
gram entitled, "Wenley Willie 1935 in -the role of Marcello in "La
Abroad" at 8 p. m. EWT (7 p. m. Boheme." He has also sung with the
CWT) Sunday. Chicago Opera and the San Francisco
Opera companies.
Speakers will be Harry Carothie,Oe cm. .
Harry Chan, Chuck Crockett, Steve
Moosai, Oscar Paloma, and Carlos. BUY VW AR BONDS
Scheeldy.

If there is to be a better mutual
understanding and friendship be-
tween the Unied States and Canada,
we must know that Canada has more
than just furs and Mounties, Dean
James B. Edmonson of the School of
Education said in an interview.
Canadians, Dean Edmonson point-
ed out, also resent the factthat visi-
tors from the United States don't
know the names of Canada's nine
provinces. Most visitors, he said,
know Ontario and Quebec, but forget
about British Columbia, Alberta, Sas-
katchewan, Manitoba, New Bruns-
wick, Prince Edward Island. and
Nova Scotia.
"Too many Americans think that
Canada is a dependency of Great
Britain rather than a free nation,"
Dean Edmonson said, pointing out
that Canada is a member of the
British Commonwealth of Nations
and entered the war by her own

choice. lie has recently returned
from a meeting of the Canada-
United States Committee on Edu-
cation at Toronto.
Dean Edmonson quoted the com-
mittee's report for January, 1945,
saying that "Canada is working out
its destiny as a free nation in the
partnership of the British Common-
wealth and in relations with the
world at large."
The Canada-United States Com-
mittee on Education was formed in
the spring of 1944 and stated that
its purpose was to use education as a
force to strengthen and improve re-
lations between the two countries.
The committee is made up of 16
educators from the two countries.
"Canadians are interested in ex-
changing ideas with us," Dean Ed-
monson declared, and said that

plans were discussed by the com-
mittee this month for the post-
war exchange of teachers and for a
study of what should be taught in
the United States regarding Can-
ada's geography and history.
Observatory Open
To Visitors Today
Visitors are welcome to observe the
moon and Saturn from 8:30 to 10:30
p.m. EWT (7:30 to 9:30 p.m. CWT)
today at the Angell Hall Observa-
tory, if the sky is clear.
The observatory is open once a
month to the public. The next date
is May 18, when the moon and Jupi-
ter, with its numerous satellites may
be seen. Children must be accom-
panied by adults.

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MICHIGAN MEN AT WAR

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(EDITOR'S NOTE: Contributions to this
column may be addressed to the Mili-
tary Editor, Michigan Daily, 420 May-
nard Street.)
Lieutenant (j.g.) RICHARD ORLI-
KOFF, 1943 graduate and an English
Honor Student, returned to Ann Ar-
bor recently after 121/2 months in the
South Pacific.
A communications officer, Lt.
Orlikoff participated in the battles
of Saipan, Tarawa, the Marianas,
the Philippine Islands, Eniwetok
and Iwo Jima. The destroyer on
which he served was badly damaged
in battle.
Lt. Orlikoff has now returned to
the west coast where he is awaiting
orders.
Among airmen recently decorat-
ed for .meritorious action during
bombing attacks on Germany was
First Lieutenant ROBERT A.
PLATT, another University grad-
nate. Lt. Platt was awarded a
third Oak Leaf Cluster to the Air
Medal.
A graduate of the University pre-
medical and medical schools, Dr.
CLARENCE W. REUTER of Bay City,

has been promoted to the rank of
lieutenant colonel in Italy, where heI
has completed a year of his second
tour of duty in the Mediterranean
theatre.1
Lt. Col. Renter is Wing Surgeon
with one of the Fifteenth Air
Force's Liberator Wings and sup-
ervises medical activities, sanitation
and anti-malaria control for a net-
urork of heavy bomber bases.

Italy from December, 1943 to Sep-
tember, 1944, has been assigned to
the AAF Training Command in
Fort Worth, Tex., in the student
section of the personnel division.
Lt. Hillman attended the Univer-
sity in 1940 and 1941. He is a mem-
ber of Phi Delta Theta social fra-
ternity.
Promnotion of WILLIAM ROY HO-

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GAN, JR. to the rank of captain re-
Ensign KENNETH SCHWEITZER cently was announced by Fifteenth
and Ensign RAY MATTSON, both of Air Force headquarters. A bomber
whom were graduated from the Uni- pilot, Capt. Hogan is stationed with
versity in 1943 with a B. S. in Chem- a veteran B-24 squadron in Italy that
istry, met recently somewhere in the has flown more than 200 bombing
South Pacific. flights in the air war against Fortress

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Ens. Mattson is aboard an oiler,
while Ens. Schweitzer is stationed
on a battleship which took part in
the recent Iwo Jima campaign.
Announcement of the promotion of
LELAND D. BALDWIN, historian of
the Twelfth Air Force, to the rank
of lieutenant colonel has been made
from headquarters in Italy.
Lt. Col. Baldwin received his Pli. D.
degree in history and library science
from the University in 1932.
First Lieutenant DOUGLAS W.
HILLMAN, a B129 Liberator pilot
with the Fifteenth Air Force in

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