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4MILY DOCTOR:
Medical Conference Speaker
Warns of Declining Prestige

The family doctor of the past
who was worshipped by his pa-
tients "probably has no counter-
part today" Dr. Walter A. Bloe-
dorn, of the George Washington
University School of Medicine,
said yesterday.
Speaking at the conference on
graduate and postgraduate medi-
cal education, Dr. Bloedorn sug-
gested that medical schools should
"dignify" the practice of general
medicine.
Dr. Bloedorn also said that med-
ical schools, internships and resi-
dencies in hospitals all tend to
train doctors toward special fields
and that postgraduate training
Opera Concert
To Be Given
Program To Include
Worksho p,Orchestra
A program of arias and en-
sembles from several well-known
operas will be presented by the
Opera Workshop Course class at
8:30 p.m. tomorrow in Hill Audi-
torium.
The concert, under the direction
of Wayne Dunlap, will be given in
conjunction with the University
Orchestra and members of the
Orchestral Conducting class.
The program will include selec-
tions from Mozart's Magic Flute,
and Don Giovanni; Verdi's Rigo-
letto, La Traviata, and Aida; Puc-
cinin's La Boheme, and Madam
Butterfly; Saint-Saens' Samson et
Delila; Gounod's Faust; Gluck's
Orpheus; Ponchielli's La Giocon-
da; Flotow's Martha; Carmen, by
Bizet, and Jeanne d'Arc, by Tsch-
aikowsky.
Continuous from 1 P.M.
"NOW

programs almost always are de-
signed for specialists.
The need for general practi-
tioners in the field of preventive
medicine was voiced by Dr. Ward
Darley of the University of Color-
ado School of Medicine. "Special-
ists turn all their attention to
the sick individual and place too
much emphasis on the abnormal
patient," he said.
He declared that "this business
of patients referring themselves
to specialists is a vicious one" and
that patients almost always should
be referred to specialists by a
"family physician." "The type of
general practitioner who is a spec-
ialist in everything is past," he
added.
Dr. William A. O'Brien of the
University of Minnesota Medical
School, who spoke on the same
subject, cautioned the doctors that
medical schools should not train
persons in the field of general,
medicine unless such persons can
go into the community and be o'i
a "par" with specialists.
Union Wjil Accept
Dance Photo Bidts
The Union will accept bids un-
til May 29 from individuals in-
terested in handling picture as-
signments at Union sponsored
dances during 1947-48.
Applications will be accepted at
the Union student offices from 3
to 5 p.m. daily.
Photographers applying should
present samples of their work and
discuss their price. The photog-
rapher accepted must provide a,
display place of his own for photo-I
graphs.
and
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SLID Chapter
Sees Possible
Ban of Group
Possibility that the Student
League for Industrial Democracy
may be the second organization
banned from state campuses was
seen by Wayne University dele-
gates to the state-wide SLID meet-
ing held Sunday at the Union.
The Wayne Committee on Re-
cognition has investigated SLID
activities and will reveal its find-
ings today.
The investigation is a test case.
resulting from SLID protests
against the Wayne policy estab-
lished in the MYDA banning.
SLID charged that MYDA was
no more communistic than SLID
was socialistic and that on this
basis SLID should also be banned.
The Wayne Committee has
checked on SLID's record as far
back as 1926 when it was known
as the Inter-Collegiate Socialists.
A chapter of the organization
received recognition at Michigan
during Vfay and took part in the
protests against MYDA's banning.

Ensunm Trlyoas
The Michigaiensian business
staff tryout meeting for the Lfll
term will be held at 4 p.m. today
in the Student Publications Bldg.
The meeting is open to all eli-
gible second-semester freshmen
and upperclassmen. Plans for tOw
fall term will be discussed.
Studlent Cogg duc for *a*.*a

Campus Highlights

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11* 1,1 (sent~tive of the FI
| ill be at theIi Bure:u f Al -
p iniltmnents ani"d ()vcxr«jatioiial
111orI'lnatiOn tnday, tomuonrrow,
and Thursday to interview ap-
plicants for positions as speci:al
agent, special enployvf agct-
translator, stenographer and
clerk.
Any person interested in bein"
interiewed n- ine o tile ; 'h
positions should 51101110col 1, j
Bur(eau, Ext. 371, for ;i t1-
j)ointmllenlt.
* * *
Beverly Solorow, pianist, will
piresent a recital at 8:30 pim. to-
day in Racklham Assembly I,all.
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~New A ircraft
ToBeExhibited
It iiillow Run,
Latest types of aircraft will be
on public display at 3 p.m. May
29 at Willow Run Airport, now
tiniversity property, when the
field will be dedicated to peace-
time and educational use ih a
formal ceremony.
Prof. Emerson W. Conlon, chair-
man of the University's Depart-
ment of Aeronautical Engineering
and head of the dedication plan-
n ing committee, said that the sev-
en major airlines now using the
airport will put on the exhibit to
demonstrate all types of air trans-
portation.
A probable list of the crafts to
be included is: a Martin 2-0-2, a
Constellation, a DC-6, a DC-4, a
DC-3, several cargo ships with
loading facilities in operation, and
a ielicopter. The event will be
part of Michigan Aviation Week
festivities, Prof. Conlon said.
The University was given the
I 916-acre airport by the War As-
sets Administration Feb. 7 on the
basis that, it be maintained for
i public and educational use.

Tryouts for the student
ductorship of the Women's
Club will be held at 7:30
today in Burton Tower,
Miss Marguerite bood and
officers in charge,
Case Club . ..

COI1-
(Glee
p.m.
with
club

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Students of composition, under
the direction of Prof. Wayne Dun-- i /s. Ad. Diier
lap, will present a recital of Tlhe business administration
their own compositions at 4:15 school will give an Honors Dinner
p.m. today in Rackham Assembly for newly elected members of Bet a
Hall. Gamma Sigma, na tionl al honorary
Prof. Homer Keller is instructor commerce faterrni- yat 6:30 pin.
of the composition class. today in theU Uion.

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S. Barkalow, "A Game Inventory
of Alabama" and Mr. Harry Wil-
cox, "The Adaptive Modification
in the Pelvic Musculature of the
Loon (Gavia immer)."
Graduate Students who took the
Graduate Record Examination in'
October, 1946 or March, 1947 may
pick up the results of this exami-
nation at the information desk of
the Graduate School.
Directed Teaching, Qualifying
Examination: All students expect-
ing to do directed teaching in the
fall are required to pass a quali-
fying examination in the sub-
ject in which they expect to teach.
This examination will be held on
Sat., May 24, 8:30 a.m. Students
will meet in the auditorium of the
University High School. The ex-
amination will consume about four
hours' time; promptness is there-
fore essential.
Concerts
Original Compositions by stu-
dents in the School of Music will
be presented by the class under
Homer Keller, Instructor in Com-
position, at 4:15 p.m., Tues., May
20, Rackham Assembly Hall.
The Little Symphony, Wayne
Dunlap, Conductor, will assist in
the performance of compositions
by Keith Lusted, Noah Ryder, Jean
Farquharson, William Taylor, Nina
Goehring,' Norma Wendelberg,
Dean Nuernberger, Marilyn Ma-
son, Wilbur Perry and James
Wolfe. The public is cordially in-
vited.
Program of Operatic Arias and
Ensembles, under the direction of
Wayne Dunlap, will be given by
members of the Opera Workshop
Course in the School of Music, in
conjunction with the University
Symphony Orchestra and the Or-
chestral Conducting Class, at 8:30
p.m., Wed., May 21, Hill Audito-
rium. Among the composers repre-
sented are Mozart, Verdi, Saint-
Saens, Puccini, Guonod, Gluck,
Ponchielli, Flotow, Bizet a n d
Tschaikowsky. The general pub-
lic is invited.
Student Recital: Beverly Solo-
row, Pianist, will present a recital
in partial fulfillment of the re-
quirements for the degree of Mas-
ter of Music at 8:30 p.m., Tues.,
May 20, Rackham Assembly Hall.
A pupil of Joseph Brinkman, Miss
Solorow has planned a program of

compositions by Scarlatti, Schu-
bert, Poulenc, Liszt, Granados. and
Prokofieff. The general public is
invited.
Student Recital: Edwin C.
Kruth, student of clarinet under
William Stubbins, will play a pro-
gram in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the degree of
Master of Music in Music Educa-
tion, at 8:30 p.m., Thurs., May 22,
Rackham Assembly Hall. He will
be assisted by Beatrice Gaal,
pianist, and Nelson Hauenstein,I
flutist, The general public is in-
vited.
Exhibition
Exhibit of floral forms photo-
graphed by Dr. Edwin B. Mains,
Director of the University HeIr-
barium, May 16-30, Architecturej
Bldg.
Events Today
University Radio Programs:
5:45 p.m., WPAG, Education
for Unity, Mr. Robert C. Angell.
"Literature and the Arts as
Agents Of International Under-
standing," Mr. Frank Huntley.
5:55 p.m., WPAG, Asia Supple-
ment-John Frederick Muehl, In-
structor in English and author ofl
'The American Sahib."
Graduate a n d Postgraduate
Medical Education Conference:
May 20 and 21. Two sessions daily,
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and 2-5 p.m.
East Conference Room, Rackham
Building; auspices of the Univer-
sity of Michigan and the W. K.
Kellogg Foundation.
Square Dancing Class. Sponsor-
ed by the Graduate Outing Club,
7:45 p.m., Lounge Women's Ath
letic Bldg. Everyone welcome.
Small fee charged.
La P'tite Causette. 3:30 p.m..
Grill Room, Michigan League.
P o l o n i a Club, Internationall
Center, 7:30 p.m. Financial re-I
port of Sunday's program. Discuss
farewell party. Refreshments
and entertainment.
Christian Science Organization
7:30 p.m., Upper Room, Lane Hall.
Intercollegiate Zionist Federa-
tion of America. Last meeting of
semester at the Hillel Foundation.
Discussion of policy and candi-
dacy for the national convention.
MICHIGAN
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"Freron's Reputation," Dr. Fran-
Cis Gravit.

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Iftesearch Club: Final meeting
8 p.m, Wed., May 21, Rackmain English Journal Club. May 21, 8
Amphitlheatre. Prol. w. . Wil- 1tm., West Conference Room,
cox, ".Why did tihe BlIiih1 lose the '1ackldni Bldg. Mr. George Mc-
American levol tion ' Prof. Liars Bwen will speak on "A Definition
Tioassen, "'Cl romium Uxide 'nid lf Tlpressionistic Criticism." Re-
Nickel Oxid(e -- I w iTh ernpera- I
l 1ore Pitl crclive ('oaf n1T":'' Offi- { Delta ig iprofessional
crs will be eleed for 1947 48.. 'A israt iona
Metint open l members an'i u isAdminstration fratern-
~ty will sponsor a speech by Mr.
i '2 John R. Wilt, Vice-President of
'The Manufacturers' N a t i o n a l
Mic higuan Chapter AAUP will Bank of Detroit, entitled "A Look
hold its annial me lueing in tiIIw at Banking," at 8 p.m., Wed., May
inchroon of the Va(ulty Club 21, Rm. 308, Union. The public
ThUrSday evening, May 22. Join 1s invited to hear this survey, of
cafeteria line at 6:15. Business opportunities for young men in
meeting and"Report on Gel- the banking profession. Business
many," by James K. Pollock. I meeting for active members of
____ fraternity following speech. Pledg-
The Ordnance Department o. es meet 7 p.m., Rm. 308.
} ROTC will present Professor J. A.
Bolt of the University of Michigan U. of M. Radio Club. Final meet-
on 22 May, Rm. 303, W. Engineer- ing of semester, Thurs., May 22,
ing Annex at 7:30 p.m. The sub- 7:30 p.m., Rm. 229, W. Engineer-
ject: "Basic Theory of Carbure- ing Bldg.
tion and Problems in Mass Pro-
duction of Carburetors." Mr. Bolt Scabbard and Blade: 8:30 p.m.,
was in charge of Aircraft Carbure- Wed., May 21, Rm. 304, Michigan
for Research at Bendix Aircraft Union. Election of officers.
during the war. The meeting is
open 10 all those interested. Sociedad Hispanica. Election of
officers for the coming year on
Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Dyr. W. Wed., May 21, 4:15 p.m., Rm. 108
igma Gamma hEpslon: Depr. W Romance Languages Bldg. All
Pl. Hobbs of the geology dlepart- members urged to attend.
ment will speak on "The Champ- -m__g _ tn
ion explorer of Fiction," at 4 p.m. "Four Hearts," Russian film
Thurs., May 22, Rm. 2054, Natural comedyEnglish subties will b
Scine B d.Allntepresentesd at 8 p.m. Saturday, Hill
sons are invited. Auditorium under auspices of
Russky Kruzhok, Russian Circle.
Romance Language Journal
Club. Last meeting of year, Wed.,
May 21, 4:15 p.m., West Confer-
ence Room. Rackham Bldg. Paper,W IW " WIN

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