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THE MICHIIIAN DAILY

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New Course
In Real Estate
To Be Given
Detroit real estate men will
serve as lecturers for a new course
in real estate fundamentals to be
offered by the School of Business
Administration during the spring
semester, according to Dean Rus-
sell A. Stevenson.
The course is in keeping with
the School's efforts to make its
courses practical through the pre-'
seutation of leaders from various
fields of business, Dean Steven-
son said.
The Detroit men who will as-
sist in offering the new course
are Leonard P. Reaume, senior
partner of the firm of Reaume and
Silloway; Harry J. Durbin, De-
troit home builder; William W.
Tanney, real estate. appraiser;
Arthur F. Bassett, director of the
real estate department of the De-
troit Trust Co.; J. Truman Streng,
Michigan representative of the
Massachusetts Mutual Life In-
surance Co.; and H. P. .Holmes,
president of H. P. Holmes, Inc.
The new Course will consist of
a weekly conference led by a De-
troit businessman, and an addi-
tional class meeting to be given
by Charles Irvin of the business
administration school.

Campus Highlights

Falls Writes -on
Disease of Eye

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ASSOCIATED

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Lovering To Speak ...
"New Developments in Prospect-
ing" will be discussed by Prof. T.
S. Lovering of the geology depart-
ment at 4:15 p.m. today in Rm.
2054 of the Natural Science Build-
ing under the auspices of Sigma
Gamma Epsilon.
Prof. Lovering served with the
United States Geological Survey
luring the war, searching for met-
ls and developing new methods
cr finding them. His work was
tarried on in Colorado, Utah, and
Montana.
The talk is open to the public.
Guild Choir Supper .. .
The Congregational-Disciples
Guild Choir will meet at 5 p.m.
today at the Congregational
Church.
The supper discussion group
will meet at 5:30 p.m. at the
Guild House.
Genetics Talk.. .
"Recent Adva.ces in Human
-3enetics" is the title selected by
Xr. J. B. S. Haldane, professor of
Jiometry at University College,
London, for his lecture at 4:15

p.m. today in Rackham Lecture
Hall.
Dr. Haldane's talk, sponsored by
the Laboratory of Vertebrate Biol-
ogy, will deal primarily with his
own research on problems in hu-
man genetics. He is in this coun-
try to attend the Princeton Uni-
versity Conference on Genetics,
Paleontology and Evolution.
Sweeney Lecture . . .
"Henry Moore and Modern
Sculpture" will be the subject of
James J. Sweeney's illustrated
lecture at 4:15 p.m. today in the
Rackham Amphitheatre.
Sweeney is a former Director
of the Museum of Modern Art.
Given under the auspices of the
fine arts department, the talk is
open to the public.
International Tea .,.
Tea will be served to foreign stu-
dents and friends at 4:30 p.m. to-
day in the International Center.
Broadcasting Series .. .
Station WMIQ in Iron Moun-
tain, Michigan, will begin broad-
casting the Medical series of the
University Broadcasting Service
from 7:15 to 7:30 Saturday, Janu-
ary 25.

Retina Tumor
Be Hereditary

PUCTUR E NEW S-om

CHICAGO, Jan. 15 - ()-Dr.
Harold F. Falls, of the University
Hospital's department of ophthal-
mology, asserted today that retino-
blastoma, a tumor of the retina,
could be hereditary and advoeated
sterilization of persons surviving
removal of the eyeball in treatment
of the disease.
In an article in The Jdurnal of
the American Medical Association,
he referred to a case in which both
eyes were affected with ietinoblas-
toma in female identical twins. He
added that the parents refused
either surgery or X-ray treatment
and that a fairly rapid extension
of the tumor within the skull led
to the deaths of both children.
CLEARANCE SALE
of fine
ORI ENTAL
RUGS
Drastic cut on all pieces,
from 20 to 25%. You benefit
from our low overhead.
Many 9x12's and scatter
sizes. Visit our shop.
OPEN EVENINGS
N. L. MANGOUNI
334 South Fourth Avenue
Phone 6878

F O R M E N 0 N L Y - Dorothy Van Nuys wears a bathing
suit in leading a parade of models at a fashion show for men
which was snonsored by a Los Angees concern.

L U R E D P L A Y E R S - Jorge Pasquel (left), Mexican
baseball league president, and his brother, Bernardo, examine mail
from U.S. players in Mexico City on Aprt 6. Their bankroll lured,
26 major leaguers south of the border in 1946.'

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Paola Walking on the Waters by
Liszt.
A limited number of standing
room tickets are available at the
offices of the University Musical
Society, Burton Memorial Tower.
organ Recital: Richard Ross, a
member of the faculty of the Pea-
body Conservatory of Music, will
present an organ recital at 8:30
Wednesday evening, January 22,
in Hill Auditorium. His program
will include compositions by Bach,
Handel, Brahms, Franck, Dupre
and Vierne, and will be open to
the general public.
Exhibitions
The Museum of Art presents
The New Spirit (the art of Le
Corbusier), and Art of the Mid-
dIe Ages, in the galleries of Alum-
ni Memorial Hall, current through
January 26. Week days, except
Monday, 10-12 and 2-5; Wednes-
day evenings 7-9; Sundays, 2-5.
The-public is cordially invited.
Events Today
The Varsity Glee Club: Special
rehearsal, 7:20 p.m., Masonic Tem-
ple.

Prof. T. S. Lovering, Geology,
will speak on the subject, "New De-
velopments in Prospecting," at
4:15 p.m., Rm. 2054, Natural Sci-
ence Building; auspices of Sigma
Gamma Epsilon. Those interested
in geology are cordially invited.
The Regular Thursday Evening
Concert sponsored by the Gradu-
ate School will include Mozart's
Sonatas for Organ and Orchestra,
Brahams' Liebeslieder Waltzes,
Bizet's Symphony in C, Beethov-
an's Sonata in C minor for violin
and piano.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon: last
meeting of semester, 12 noon,
Rm. 3055, Natural Science Bldg.
Election of officers for next semes-
ter. All members are urged to at-
tend.
Epsilon Chapter, Alpha Phi Al-
Pha Fraternity: 7 p.m., Rm. 302,
Union.
Alpha Phi Omega, National
Service Fraternity: 'Ensian picture
will be taken, 7:30 p.m., Union.
Members wear suit coats. Short
business meeting will follow.
La p'tite causette: 3:30 p.m.
Grill Room, Women's League.

Abbot Discusses Radio
Waldo Abbott, director of the
University Broadcasting Service,
spoke at the vocational guidance
meeting of the Plymouth public
schools last night on the subject
"Radio as a Vocation."

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EXTRA! EXTRA!
MAKE -BELIEVE BALLROOM
SATURDAY AFTERNOON
of the
J-HOP WEEKEN D
Spend a gay and hilarious afternoon
with your J-Hop girl .
"UNUSUAL" PROGRAM with
JERRY COMER, Master of Ceremonies
two unfl itve -┬░at te

C R A D I N G A L A S K A.N H I C H W A Y - Canadian Army graders smooth the surface
of the 1,600-mile Alaskan highway near the Donjek River crossing. The highway, now open to re-
stricted civilian traffic, was built in 1943 by U.S. Army engineers at a cost of $125,000,000 and turned
over to Canada April 13, 1946, in accordance with a wartime agreement between the nations.

S W I M M E R .-Cyd Cha-
risse, movie ballerina, tests the
water- before a dip in a Holly-
wood swimming pool.

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V E RS ATI LE- Ann Jef-
freys wore this costume as a
dance hall singer in a film. She
also sang the top role in the
opera La Tosca at the Brooklyn
Academy of Music.

C 0 P T U R N S A R T I S T-Charles M. Murray (right), who quit a Kansas City police career
for one of an artist, shows one of his paintings to Thomas Hart Benton, noted artist who helped
him, and to Officers William Mara (left) and John Weinberg.

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