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THE I CHIG A N D A ILY

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DAlY OFFICIAL BULLEttTIN

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(Conuilhiedtfromu Pligt' 4)
Emrployment" by Professor Evsey
Domar, Carnegie Institute of
Technology. Graduate students
and staff of Economics and Busiy-
ness Administration as well as
other interested persons are in-
vited.
Graduating Outing Club: Bicy-
cle hike, 2:30 p.m., Sun., April 20,
Northwest Entrance, Rackham
Bldg. Outdoor supper. Sign up
before noon on- Saturday at the
check desk in the Rackham Bldg.
"' ) 7C Mfi)!
Diamondsc
and
Wedding
';" longs
717 North University Ave. v

All Veteran women Interestedl hi
Bowling--m-rect at Michigan Rec -
r'eation on Liberty between 2 :30
and 3 pin., Sunday.
Ph1i Sigma: Dr. William Hovan-
itz will speak on "The Nature of
Genes and Chromosomes," Tues.,
April 22, Rackham Amphitheatre;
business meeting at 7:30 p.m., pub-
lic invited at 8 p.m.
International (,enter: Latin
American dinner featuring "arroz
con polo" (chicken and rice) on
Sun., April 20 at 7 p.m. Wait Dis-
ney's movie "*South of the Border"
follow~s in Rm. 316, Michigan Un-
ion, with group: singing afterwards
in the lounge of the Center. Tick-
ets available at th3e Internaitional
Center Office.
slan (Croup: Saturday, 12:15 p.m.,
Lane Halrl. Philip Conrad of the
American Friends Service Commit-
tee will be the speaker. Reserva-
tions for the lunch may be made

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Public Affairs Comumittee: 8
p.m., Saturday. Philip Conant of
the American Friends Service
Committee will speak .to an open
meeting of the Public Affairs
Committee in Lane Hall.
Le Cerele Francais: Social meet-
ing, 8 p.m. Mon., April 21, Rim. 3015,
Michigan Union. Songs and
games.
Le Cerele Frarneais presents some
short French films on 'Thiurs. April
24, 4:10 p.m., Rm. D, Alumni Me-
morial Hall.
II. of M. Chlapter of Intereo4leTgi-
ate Zionist Fedet- tion of America:
Norman Kielli,Mationa) fifa field
worker, will speak at the rneetim,
on Tuies., April 22,' 8 p.m. at, the
Hillel Foundation. Thie booklet.
"Zionism Explained" will also be
discussed.
Michel Relates
Jewish Plight
The Jewish people in Europe
were disillusioned at the end of
the war in May, 1945, when they
were put in displaced person.s
camps instead of being allowed to
go home, according to Ernest W.
Michel, who spoke yesterday at
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
in behalf of the United Jewish Ap-
peal for Refugees, Overseas Needs
and Palestine.
Michel, who is now working on
a Port Huron newspaper, was aI
prisoner of the Germans for six
years. He was the youngest corres-
pondent at the Nurenberg War
Crimes" Trials, and while he was
there a movie was shown of con-
centration camps in which hie saw
himself as a prisoner.
Michel said that he does not
want to go on remembering his
friends and family on their way
to certain death because the six
million who were killed can never
return, but he would rather speak
of the plight of the million surviv-
ors.
After his escape from Buchen-
wald in 1945, Michel served as in-
terpreter for the Allied Military
Government.
$ 100 Scholarship Given
Senior Bus. Ad. Student
Richard E. Brown, senior in the
buginess administration school,
has been awarded a $100 schol-
arship by the School of Business
Administration, Dean Russell A.
Stevenson announced.

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er. 'Il ire l''bru"t 1yis>ueof thIe
;%V: BOA Journ iiii Ii>ted Ithe nature
andtpt~os. of LI h(1)Conven tionl,
w hicih incluide st imutlating inter-
est in the study of band and or-
chestra rind encouraging the inus-
ical growvth of sh idents -iand I (ak-h-
('I'S.I
Ati elidarice atlithis year's eventI
wildl be record -breaking. 550) appli-
c'at ions WOere exi)'cted for today's
*iudirs, but, 950 were received,
Paul Cy. Liddicoat, graduate man-
ager of the University bands.
pointed out. The unexpected
number of participants necessit at-
ed much extr3 planning and pl'ob-
lemn-solving.
N'lt'tnberls .f1 lte local ch aplter 6sf
Kappa K~appia Psi, national lion.-
ovary band fraternity, will act as
;i Ohss rant oriiide,; for Ithe visiting
ito zS Ifci.3ic;.
Be Fea~turted

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Chaplin Films
To Be Shown
Too il.old wv'(6-ih iak p
VIII "( 1tlw (h pl.t[11111,
WiIJ IIWill Cot inLIC' at1,8:30 pIn.
today augid toilorirv[it the Lydia
Mene lssohn Q1t1Theatre.
"Thie Cure," "Easy Street," "The
Immnigranlt" and "The Adventur-
er" matke up the program, pre-
sented by the Art Cinema League.
Tickets may be purchased from
2 to 8:30 p.m. today and tomorrow
at the theatre box office.
Daily Classified Ads

SCHOOL Of LAW
NEW YORKi
Tlliem- eai Day Cus

ARTHUR N. MOE
..rvS11OA President

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R-ev (4h Aided
11(1114 Coii tests
Development
Prof. William D. Revelli, Direc-
tor of the University Bands, has
played a major role in developing
band and orchestra con tests in
Michigan high schools.
He inaugurated a solo and en-1
semble festival in Ann Arbor in
1935 in which 400 students par-
ticipated.
Two Years later bands and or-
chestras were added to the compe-
titioni.
As the contests have grown since
that time in student participation,
Dr. Revelli has encouraged compe-
tition against a standard set by
impartial juidges rather than com-
petition with each other.
Ratings for this year's festival,
in which more than 5,000 top-
ranking high school musicians will
participate, are first division, su-
perior; second division, excellent;
third division, good; fourth divi-
sion, fair; and fifth division, be-
low average.
IHillel Will Hold Panel
A panel on aid to Greece and
Turkey will be held at 8:30 p.m.
today at the L'nai B'rith 1-lillel
Foundation.
Discussion and refreshments will
follow the panel.
Water 100 feet below the s'ir-
face of the Great Lakes tends to
remain at a temperature of 39 de-
grees Fahrenheit.

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('0-E~aDU1CAT1IONALu
Meniber Assn.,cif Ariican Lew .1 nooui'
Accredited college Degree Requiredt
for Admission
Veterans of World War 11 who have
completed two years of college work
toward accredited degree maye mattrie-
ulate within one year of honorable
dis;charge.
Fu'tll transcript of r~eord required
in every case.
FIRST YEAR CLASS BIIINS
September 29, 19417
For further Information aiddre.s
Registrar
Fordhiam University School of Law
302 Broadway, New York 7, N. Y.

Soloists and ensembles
both Junior and Senior
schools all over the state will

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Music Leader
(;ireets Guests
Arthur' N. Moe released the fol-
lowing statement today: As presi-
dent of the Michigan School Band
and Orchestra Association, I
would like to welcome all the stua0
dents and directors who are par-
ticipatiA~ in this Instrunetntal
Music Festival. I sincerely hope
that your experience here will
prove educational and that you
will enjoy your visit to Ann Arbor.
On behalf of the Association, I
would like to take this opportun-
ity to thank the administrators
and music faculties of the Uni-
versity of Michigan and the Ann
Arbor Public Schools for the fa-
cilities offered and assistance
given, in sponsoring this Festival.
TYPEWRITERS
Bought, Sold, Rented Repaired
STUDENT & OFFICE SUPPLIES
0. D. MORRILL
314 S. State St. Phone 7177

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light the opening day of the Mich-
igan State Band and Orchestra
Ast~ociat ion festival here today andc
tom~or'row. 'foday 's prog rain fol -
lows:
lli Auditorium-- 8 am. to noon and
1 to 4 pain.-Senior and Junior High
string solos and ensembles.
Siauson Auditorium--8 a.m. to noon--
Senior High piano solos.
Siauson Auditorium--i to 5 p.m.-
Senior High piano solos and duets.

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NATIONAL BABY WEEK
look at our display
The loving touch of tih' designer is shown in every article and
fully appreciated by the mother. Expertly fashioned matched
dresses and slips in BATISTE, DOTTED SWISS, FINE LAWN,
as wellI as M ADEIR A. I and-kn-trtedl baby sets, bonnets, bootees;
pullovers, cardigans in 1 00'+/ wool and genuine non-shedding
angora. Other sizes available.
Keppel's hauderaft mart
802 South State Phone 4720

School of Music-
junior High hiano.
School of Music--
High harp.
Michigan Le(ague--
Junior 3Id Sc nor
aind enenlYbl(s.
mlvItchpall Lteaprl -
high [lutes.

-1 to 3:30 p.m.-
-3:40 pji..-Jilor
_g~ .711. to 110011--
fligh lte 'solos
1 (,o 5 pi -- Senior

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Michigan Unioni---83a.m. 1to noon-
Senior High alto saxaphones.
Michigan Union-I to 4:30 p.m.-Jun-
ior and Senior High saxaphone solos
and ensembles.
Michigan Union-8 am. to noon-
Other senior High woodwinds.
Michigan Union-i to 4:30 p.m-Oth-
er Junior and Senior High woodwinds.
Hill Auditorium-8 am, to noon-
Junior High clarinets.
Hil11 Auditorium-1 Lo 5 p.m-Junior
High clarinet solos and ensembles.
Michigan League-8 am, to noon---
Senior High clarinets.
Michigan" League-1 to 5 p.m.----Sen-
ior High clarinets, oboes and bassons.
Mich L :, , ! -1.1 a~im,-to 1n0oon
and 1 to 5 p.m --Senior High clarinet
qluarte-ts.
Ann Arbor High School- 8 am. to
noon _-.1t lr T11gh corlnts a3nd truza-
pet.s.
Ann Arbor High School -- 11.0o 6 pin< --
Senior :and Junior i0 1gh F33 and131
French horn!,.
urto)n rower3-.8 am. to noon3 -Sen-
Ior High colnet and trumpet..
Burton lower -- to 6 p.m.- Senior
High cornett and trumipet..
Ann Arbor- High School-8 antn. to
33oo1s-- .Junilor aLnd Senior High bari-
tone.
Ann Arbor High School---l to 6 p.31.--
Junior and Senior 1-igh bsfxritool2, bass,
Frencl(h hor~n.
Ann Arbor High Sehool--8 to 10 a-.113
-Junior High trombliones.
Ann Arbor~ High School-lO a.m. to
nloon and 1 to 2:30 il).n.-Senior Hi1gh
branss :extet.
Anni A-bor High Sehool.---2:45 to 6
pin. --Junior and Sen~ior High French
horn1.
Bar31ton Tower-- -8 ai i. to noon and I
to0 2 p.m.- Senior High trombone.
Durton ''Tower.-2 to 6 p.m.-Junilor
and Senior high brass ensembles.
Harris; 113311--8lam. to nooni---Junior3
and Senior High druvm.
Ha~rris Hall-I to 3 :30 p.m.-Junior
and Senior High percussion.
South Ferry Field---10 am. to noon-
Senior High twirling.
South Ferry Field-1 to 3:30 p.m.-
Junior, and Senior High twirling.

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The manufawing of
women'Is and ehiden s
wear Is a
CW~~EC'fOXNOF
AMERICAX LIFE:
TIIE IFARMAER
cultivates from land or livestock the raw ma-
terials of cotton and wool
THE CHEMIST
synthetizes such materials as puip wood and coal
and air into fibrous yarn.
THlE TEXTILE WORKER
spins raw commodities into yarn, weaves the yarn
into fabrics.
THlE DESIGNER
creates artistically an original model for the fin-
ished garment.
THIE GARMENT MAKER
fashions the textiles into the clothes that make
the women of this country the best dressed in the
world.
THE RETAILER
purchases and distributes the product, keeping
always in rhythm with the pulse of the public.
And all these are means to a livelihood for hun-
dreds of thousand of Americans, supplying
THE CONSUMER
who wears the clothes and who, of course, corn-

Thru an arrangement with Mother Nature
CAMPUS BIKE is happy to announce that , ,

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Bicycle out to virgin country ..
See the buds bursting with your own eyes.
Plenty of buds and bicycles for everyone .
Special bud bursting rates!

A choice of
easy-pedalling
bikes
Baskets for
picnickers

yy ..1tYr^
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35c an hr.
all day 'fill six
$1.5 0

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vacation -- going to business

looking ahead to a happy
eac hday? Well, it really

makes no difference for this two-piecer goes wherever
you wish -- never shows what a busy day it's had. It's
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