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Vets Counseling Center
Renders Useful Service

Drive To Aid
I1ayden Fiiit d
(>tilis Force





The Veterans' Counseling Cen-
ter at the Armory in Ann Arbor is
not satisfied with answering a few
questions for veterans.
Veterans' Counselor Karl Kar-
sian said that the Center no
only tries to "make some mean
ing out of the maze of federal and
state legislation," but also tries
"eliminate the run-around and
provide services."
Established in 1945
The Center was established in
1945 by the City and County Board I
of Sup6rvisors.j
During a three-month periot
ending February, 1947, 1,407 vet-
erans visited the office-about te
per cent of them University stu-
"All campus veterans are wel-
Band Program
To Accent New
A program featuring new coin-
positions and arrangements wit
be presentedby the Michigan Con-
cet Band under the direction o'
Prof. William D. Revelli at 8:3C
p.m. today in Hill Auditorium.
"Ritual and Fire Dance" by De-
Falla and "Huckleberry Finn" b
Ferde Grofe have been especially
arranged for the band by two ol
its former members. George Road-
and Don Chown. Chown is head
of the script writing department
of a Detroit radio station.
Russell Howland, Universit
wind instrument instructor, will
appear as guest conductor to direct
his own arrangement of selectionw
from the opera "Parsifal" by Wag-
Vernon Malone's arrangement
of "Symphony in D Minor" b
Cesar Franck will be performed
for the first time by a university
band at tonight's concert. Th(
program will also include his ar-
rangement of "Grape Festival,"
the third movement of Gallois'
"Italian Sketches."
The Trumpet Trio, Dorothy and
Margaret Bosscawen and Mary
Kelly, will play "Triplets of th
Finest" by Henneberg. The thre
music school sophomores have
performed in several programs on
campus and on tour with the band.
Union Benefactor
Dies After Illness
Mrs. Minnie 1Mae Root, long
time benefactor of Michigan mu-
sic, died at 2 a.m. yesterday after
a long illness.
Owner of the copyright on most
University songs, and holder o
special privileges at the Union be-
cause of her contribution to the
building fund, Mrs. Root was
working on "A History of Michi-
gan Music" at the time of her
(Continued from Pag 4)

-ome to visit us, of course," Kar- AL
' an said. I l a psLte
During the past three months The fund-raising campaign to
larsian has found the predomi- aid the University of the Philip-
ating needs of veterans to be de- pines gained momentum today as
rable jobs, housing, finances. letters expaining details of the
edical attention, insurance and drive were mailed to all eampus
cational training. residences and organ zations.
)eadline Extended fo Establish Memorial
"In regard to insurance, it Officially slated to bgin April
ould be known that the deadline 14, the drive is designed to help
r reinstatement of government establish the Hayden Menmrial
surance has been extended from Libraiy at the Philippine Umicr-
anuary 31 to August 1,' he said. :ity. The memorial library is
We hope veterans will take this lamed in honor of the late Joseph
pportunity to reinstate lapsed iayden, long time member of the
isurance." Jnivrsity of Michiean Political
Another bit of late news, Kar- ciene department who devoted
ian said, is that certification i is life to the advancement of the
o longer necessary before a vet hilippine nation.
'an can secure surplus product The explanatory letter,. mailed
:om theWar Assets Administra- o all campus organizations.
:.on. All he needs to do is to tak oints out the pressing need for
is discharge paper to the prope irary facilities in the Philip-
lace of sale and apply in person Ines. Almost all eucational m-
or whatever he needs. stitutions suffered extensive bomb
Karsian said the Center ha amage durng the battle for theI
Kberation of the islands. according
ad a lot of help from the City o Russ Mullen, chairman of the.
inn Abor lawyers, bankers and ubsriptioni division of the foth-
usinessmen have helped vets with i.
pecial problems. The American ommngdrive.
4egion auxiliary has made avail- Work in Conjunction
ble funds for emergency relief The Beard of Regents, President
several community groups uthven and the faculty members
:ave donated funds for special are all working in close conjunc-
quipment in cars ordered for am- :ion with the student committee
>utees and paraplegics. n planning the campaign which
Vork in Conjunction as assumed nationwide propor-
:ons, according to the letter
The Center works in cooperation nailed today. Thetstudent cor-
vith the Veterans' Service Bureau nittee will plan the campus drive,
n campus antd with the Vetera. xhile faculty members handle the
city starntCenter atUniver* iationwide appeal among alumni
;ity Hospital, where a number om of the University.
'ets needing psychiatric attentior
lave been referred for treatment The campus portion of the fund-
aising drive is tentatively sched-
The Center also investigate uled to include a dance, April 19,
ubsistence and on-the- Job non- m student talent show at Hill
>ayment through the VA in De- Auditoriium April 20, and a week of
,roit and will help veterans fil sledge subscriptions.
>ut bonus application forms when e u rions.
hey arrive.
"We still don't know definitely panish
,hen the bonus application forms , ./
,vill arrive," Karian said, "but It j B
will probably be another week be- BG Ve
ore they get here."
When the rush starts for the Carlos Soares Will
'orms, vets may get ther at the
krmory, 223 East Ann Street, and Play L e ing Role
also at the county clerk's office. s
:anks and veterans' organizations, "Los Interess Creaos," a Span
Kanrsansd. eerish play by Nobel prize winner Ja-
Karsian said. .into Benavente. will be presented
by La Sociedad Hispanica at 8:30
N ttional SD a .m. April 1 and 2, in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
rl" Caris Soares, as Crispin, will
To O rganize play the leading iole. Soaes is
a veteran of two other Spanish
The first organizational con- plays here. Richard Defendni
erence of Students for Democratic and Angela Pons, as Leandro and
Action, national non-partisan lib- Silvia, play the romantic leads.
oral organization, will be held Fri- Anthony Pasquariello of the
lay through Sunday in Washing- Romance Languages Department
on. D. C., to set up SDA on a for- is directing the production.
'rna basis as the student division Tickets will go o sale at 2 p.m.
>f Americans for Democratic Ac- Friday at the theatre box office.
Lion. All seats will be reserved.
Helaine lBlutman, secretary of
hle newly-formed campus chap-S b t c
er of ADA, will act as its delegate
to the conference.f/7
The national student group grew ChecksYcks Cp ld
,ut of the United States Student
Assembly, and chapters have also Government checks are being
been formed in California, Mis- held by the Ann Arbor Main Post
;ouri and Minnesota. Among the Office for the following veterans:
tpeakers at the conference will be Beaufait, Daniel L., Jr.; Brown,
Wilson Wyatt, co-chairman of Cecil Quintis; Donaldson, Knneth
ADA, and Mrs. Franklin D. Roose- C.; Gardner, Robert D.: Harrison.
velt. Robert E.; Jameson, Samuel E.;
Kentosh, Michael J.; Kiel, Donald
F.; Leisten, David; Velonis, James.
RaImRe turnsI These checks will be returnd
to Columbus March 31.
SNew French Film Cheks for the folwngveer
ans will be returned to Columbus
"The Wel-Digger's Daughter," April 3.
First-run French film with Eng- Harry Calcutt, Benjamin Wayne
lish titles, will be presented at Drompp, Jack Edward Harbin.
8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Frederick Nichols, Charles R.
Hill Auditorium by the campus Saght, Jack P. Thomas.
AVC and the Art Cinema League.
Seats will not be reserved. Tick- ' Srry Professor
;ts may be purchased from 2 to 6P f
o~m. today and tomorrow and from To L elure iii lorida

2 to 8:30 p.m. Friday and Satur-
day at the box office in Hill Au- |IDr. Reed M. Nesbit, professor
ditorium. of surgery at the Medical School,
will speak on "Tonus of the Blad-
The cast of "The Well-Digger's der During Spinal Shock," at the
Daughter" includes Raimu and annual convention of the south-
many of the supporting players eastern section of the America'i
who appeared in "The . Baker's Urological Association today in
Wife," which was shown here re- Palm Beach, Fla.
Although the University of No-
Wauwatosa, noted hs a health tre Dame is a Roman Catholic in-
resort and for its insane asylum, stitution, many Protestants and
is a suburb of Milwaukee. Jews are members of the faculty.


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D A F F O D I L C I R L S-Louette Knowles, Carolyn Kirkpatrick and May Van Olstine, (left to
right) Washington state "farnmerettes." wander through an early field of acre upon acre of daffodils
on the Van Zonneveld bulb farm near Orting.

C E RA M I C H TCAKES-They look sonething like
flapjacks, but it's molten clay this workman is pouring into forms
for pliwtters in a pottery at Medicine Hat, Alberta.,

S W I M M E R-Comedienne
Martha Raye displays a two-
piece swimming suit on the edge
of a Florida pool.

P A S U V E R W I N E--Preparing for Passover, commemo-
rating the release of the Israelite slaves from .Egyptian bondage,
Rabbi L. Kohane tests contents of a giant vat of sacramental
wine in the Manischewitz winery, Brooklyn.

Training will be shown at Rack-
ham Amphitheatre on Thurs..
March 27, 3:15 p.m.; sponsorship
of the Department of Visual Edu-
cation and the ROTC.
Inter Co-operative Counif:
Forum led by Prof. J. F. Shepard,
Psychology Department, with
Turkish, Greek and American stu-
dents offering both sides of the
question, "Is Intervention in
Greece and Turkey Necessary foi
World Peace?" 8 p.m., Fri., March
28, Robert Owen Co-op, 1017
Oakland. The public is invited to
participate during the discussion
period. Refreshments and danc-
ing will follow.
International C e n t e r : The
weekly, informal Thursday after-
noon Tea is open to all Foreign
Students, their friends, and all
interested persons. Tea starts
promptly at 4:30 p.m. in the In-
ternational Center.
-MYDA: 7:30 p.m., Thurs.,
March 27, Union. Open discussion
on Veteran's Subsistence. Bring
eligibility cards. All interested
persons are invited.-
International Center: The In-
ternational Center presents in its
current series of Sunday Evening
Programs, a concert by Women's
Glee Clubs of the University of
Michigan under the direction of
Prof. Marguerite V. Hood on
March 30, 8 p.m., Michigan Union
Ballroom. Reservations for the
Sinnm rnino- unnr are avail

M I N I A IbU R E R A S E S-A Sweet Fairy bouquet, minia-
ture hybrid of the American rose but pink in color, is held by
Dorothy Kirsten, Metropolitan Opera soprano, The Sweet Fairy,
'about the size of a dime in the bud, was developed in Holland
and exhibited at a New York flower show.

the Budd plant in

C A R-visitors inspect the new "vista-dome" railroad car, being built in
Philadelphia, with a raised observation dome seating 24 passengers.!


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