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SFOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEMBE&R 1, 1947

Phonograph Furnishes Tunes
For Intra-Quad Radio Station
By MARY STEIN someone in another room listen-
East Quad residents are blessed ing to our records."
among campus radio listeners- Mystery Solved
they can tune in on their favorite Mystified, Rolison investigated.
hot licks, secure in the knowledge It seems that the dorm's electrical
that no lathery-voiced announcer circuit, along with its ordinary
is going to slide a soap commer- load, was dutifully piping music
cial in between Kenton and Dor- from their phonograph-radio to
sey. other sets. At least that's the con-
An intra-quad radio "station," sidered scientific opinion of one
consisting of a radio and phono- quad engineer.
graph set in 250 Prescott House, Bilby, Rolison and Cuthbertson
relays pure and unadulterated disc wouldn't be too surprised now if
music to other quad radios. the East Quad light-bulbs started
The control men at the "studio," flashing. on and off in rag-time.
Chuck Bilby and Sam Robson, Jazz fans, hungry for undiluted
Cboth '48E, and Don Cuthbertson, jive, bring in their prize records to
'48, stumbled into radio careers be played over the hook-up. Then
all unwittingly they hurry back to their own
"One day," Rolison said, "Iwas rooms, where they can hear the
walking down the hall and heard sbroadcast" in solid comfort.
_ki n Growingemand
The three tenants of Room 250
N°' reo~ refuse to let the growing demand
D irectory for their disc-jockeying services
(T get out of hand. They maintain
To 'o on Sale they still play records mainly for
their own enjoyment. If anygne
else wants to tune in, that's all
Booths To Be Set Up right with them.
On Ca pus onde It's reported that music from
011 aiflpuS ivioiay the trio's room reaches the far-
thest corners of the quad. After
The orange 1948 Student Direc- going 'round and 'round the cir-
tory will go on sale Monday at a cuit, it comes out on the dial at
Trice of $1, according to Rozann 550 and 1200 kilocycles.
Radliff, Directory editor.
Booths will be set up near the Elections"...
Michigan Union, at the Michigan
League, corner of State St. and N. (
University, Willow Run bus stop, J-Hop committee, 26 for Soph
Galens Booth, Law Quad, Engi- Prom committee, 12 for the publi-
neering Arch and at the architec- cations board with two seniors
ture school. running for class president, five
Directories will also be sold at for vice-president, five for sec-
the business office of the Ensian, retary and two for treasurer.
in the Student . Publications Senior Candidates
Building. Arthur Rebel DerDerian and
The 40-page volume, the larg- Dennis Youngblood are candidates
est ever compiled, is being dis- for the presidency of the senior
tributed one month earlier than class. Vice-President candidates
usual, because off-set lithography are Betty Eaton, Mary Ellen Gray,
sped up printing processes, Miss Pearl (Penny) Klausner, Nancy
Radliff said. Neumann and Jay Singer.
No reprintings of the directory Candidates for secretry a7e
will be made, although only 5,500, Alice Carlson, Margery Hok, Lu-
have been printed, according to cile Kennedy, Joanne Miles and
Miss Radliff. "Kaki" Watson, with Janet Cork
is_ adf _ _and Dick Cortwright running for
Continuous from 1 P.M. treasurer.
Candidates for the Board in
Control of Student Publications
are: Howard Baumgarten, Rich-
ard Billings, George Darrow, E. G.
(Dave) Davis, Max Dean, Walt
LAST DAY Hoffmann, Mary Ruth Levy,
George Linzel, Jack Martin, Paul
Sislin, Bill Wake and Tom Walsh.
For J-Hop Committee
~4j J-Hop candidates are: Sheldon
Bellows, Jean Boos, William Bowl-
PHILLP c ?er, Mary Ann Cabral, Patricia
TERRY Chaffee, Mary Alice Cheney,
tACQUN ENancyCulligan, Betty Driscal,
Cedric Fricke, Virginia Garritson,
S W H IT E .Ann Gestie, Marian Grant, Mur-
ray Grant, Ann Griffin, Patricia
AN RKO-RADIO PICTURE -dBbHarsn
Gurr and Bob Harrison.
Starts Sunday The list continues with Nancy
Hess, Lisbeth Hildebrandt, Bever-
ly Ketcik, Keith Jordan, Jo Kitch-
en, Mary Ellen Lavely, Bruce
Lockwood, Jeep Losch, Robert Mc-
Fee, Nancy Musselman, Robert
Lee Perrin, Camille Porch and
Bobby Jo Ream.
Other J-Hop candidates are
Marjorie Reer, Mollie Rogers,
Gerry Rose, Connie Rowe, Ann
Schoonmaker, Herbert Sillman,
Lzabeth ," Gwen Sperlich, William Tattersall,
sflfTJoyce' Thomas, Richard Thomas,
Dan Treacy, Sanger Westphal, Joe
Burt Wimsatt, Sheridan "Wink" Win-
{(flll (}lkelman, Frederick Woodward,
Jean Lee Van Leeuwen, Carolyn
J. Vincinus and Pat Young.
Soph Prom Candidates

Candidates for the Soph Prom
committee are: Frank Angle,
"rShurly Ash, Jo Bell, Ruth Camp-
bell, Joseph Cobane, Dale Coenen,
h Virginia Correll, Barbara Coxon,
Edward Dworsky, Gerry Gold-
1 'smith, Josephine Henderson, Dor-
othy Hieronymus, Jack Higgens,
Don Hiles and "Sum" Howard.
Others are Dolly Humecke,
Sheila Millman, Jeri Mulson, John
Peachey, Jim Smith, H. Howard'
.. ~ Stephenson, Sallie Stevens, Bob
Also! News - Cartoon Stitt, Marilyn Stone, Jack Waters
and Bertram Zausmer.
FOOTBALL
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
VS.
ILLINOIS
Play - -
by Saturday,
play ,
direct ° November
from 1st
Memorial
Stadium at
with 2:20 EST

Ericourt Will
Present Choral
Union Concert
Program Includes
Debussy Selections
The third concert in the regu-
lar Choral Union Series will be
presented by Daniel Ericourt,
French pianist, at 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day in Hill Auditorium.
Best known for his Debussy
renditions, Ericourt is also a cele-
brated exponent of the works of
Stravinsky, Ravel and others of
his colleagues. Although the mu-
sic of modern France has always
been of special interest to Eri-
court, his repertoire is extensive
and he has been highly commend-
ed for his Chopin, Schumann and
Liszt performances.
Born in Jossigny, France, Eri-
court received his musical educa-
tion at the Paris Conservatoire.
In pre-war Europe, he played
many times in most of the Euro-
pean capitals, appearing under the
batons of Fritz Reiner, Albert
Wolff and others.
Since his American debut in
1937, he has enjoyed success as
soloist with the New York Phil-
harmonic, and the Symphony Or-
chestras of Detroit, Cleveland and
San Francisco.
Ericourt's program Tuesday will
include Sonata in C major, Mo-
zart; Four Songs Without Words,
Mendelssohn; Novelette, Op. 21,
No. 8, Schumann; Sonata No. 3,
Prokofieff.
Following the intermission, the
program continues with three
pieces by Debussy: Mouvement,
La s Terrasse des audiences du
Claire de Lune, and' Feux d'Arti-
fice; Ravel's Ondine; and Spoli-
zio and Mephisto Waltz by Liszt.
Religious, Lay
GroupsMeet
Leaders in Group Evangelism of
all denominations and from cam-
pus associations and lay leaders
from local church and campus
groups will meet at Lane Hall to-
dau for a conference on small
group techniques.
Representatives from Detroit,
East Lansing, Jackson, Albion
College, Adrian College, Philadel-
phia, New York City, Toronto,
Chicago and Ann Arbor will hear
lectures by specialists in interna-
tional fellowship. They will dis-
cuss problems faced by a Fellow-
ship Group in the all-day confer-
ence open to all students.
WSSF Speaker
Malcolm Adiseshiah, associate
general secretary of International
Student Service, will speak at 7
p.m. today at the Congregational-
Disciple Guild House on conditions
in Europe and Asia today and the
need for support of the World Stu-
dent Service Fund.

U'Sponsors
High School
DebateClinic
University faculty members and
varsity debaters will help stage
the First Annual Debate Clinic
for high school debaters at 10 a.m.
today in Kellogg Auditorium.
Approximately 250 students
from 25 schools, members of the
Michigan High School Forensic
Association will be on hand for
the all-day program, according to
Michigan debate Coach Donald
Klechner.
Prof. Karl Brandt, chairman of
the English department in the en-
gineering college, will open the
program directed at defining the
debate question, "That the federal
government should require arbi-
tration of labor disputes in all
basic American industries." He
will speak on "The Use of Evi-
dence."
Prof. G. E. Dennsmore, chair-
man of the speech department,
will speak on "Debate Delivery."
Twelve varsity debaters will
open the afternoon session at 1
p.m. with a panel discussion on
"Analysis of the Problem." They
will be followed by Prof. N. E.
Miller, former debate coach at the
University of Texas, who will dis-
cuss "The Constructive Case in
Debate."

HIGHLIGHTS ON CAMPUS

Football Mixer .. .
The second Union-League foot-
ball mixer of the semester fea-
turing a radio broadcast of the
Michigan-Illinois grid classic and
a record hop will be held from 2
to 5 p.m. today in the Union ball-
room.
Women will be admitted free
while men will be charged an ad-
mission of 10 cents to cover cost
of cokes.
* * *
Swimmers Meet . .
The WAA Swimming Club
will meet at 9 a.m. today at the
Union Pool.
It is important that members
of both groups attend this
meeting, according to Rose-
marie Schoetz. The club is still
open to qualified swimmers.
, * *
Jug' Game Movies .. .
Motion pictures of the Michi-
gan-Minnesota football game will
be shown at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the Union ballroom.
The same pictures will be shown
at 6:45 p.m. tomorrow at West
Lodge in Willow Village.
Every Sunday hereafter, movies
of the Wolverine grid contest
played the week before will be pre-
sented.
WAA Outing .. .
The WAA Outing Club will
sponsor a co-educational bicycle
ride from 1:30 to 5 p.m. today.
All men and women wishing
to attend may assemble in front
of the WAB at the scheduled
time with their bicycles. The bi-
cycle hostel trip to Saline

PRINCESS RECEIVES SEWING MACHINE AS PRESENT-Prin-
cess Elizabeth and Lt. Phillip Mountbatten laugh and smile as they
stand next to a sewing machine in the civic center at Clydebank,
Scotland. Machine was given them as a wedding present by the
people of Clydebank when they arrived for the launching of the
34,000-ton liner Caronia.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLE TIN
(Continued from Page 2)
the subject, "Fascist Mentality,"
at 8 p.m., Sun., Nov. 2, at the Rob-
ert Owen Cooperative House.
Alpha Kappa Psi, Professional
Business Fraternity: Regular busi-
ness meeting, Chapter House, 7:30
p.m. Mon., Nov. 3.
Sigma Delta Chi: Meeting, 7
p.m., Tues., Nov. 4, Rm. 316 Michi-
gan Union. Business meeting will
precede a talk and discussion at
8 p.m.,don "Radio News" by the di-
rector of Radio Station WHRV.
Vulcans: First meeting of the
semester, 6:30 p.m., Sun., Nov. 2,
Michigan Union. All members are
urged to attend.
Denison Annual Invitational
Regatta: Saturday and Sunday,
Nov. 1 and 2, Whitmore Lake.
U of M Hot Record Society:
Meeting, 8 p.m., Sun., Nov. 2,
Michigan League Ballroom. En-
sian picture will be taken. All
members are urged to attend.
Russian Circle: Meeting, 8 p.m.,
Mon., Nov. 3, International Center.
Lecture and Demonstration on the

music of Shostakovich. Everyone
is welcome.
Bowling will be available at a
nominal fee for University women
and their guests at the alleys in
the Women's Athletic Building on
Forest and North University be-
ginning Monday, Nov. 3, 7:30 to
9:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Tennis or bowling shoes must be
worn.
Advanced conversation group of
the Sociedad llispanica: Mon.,
Nov. 3, 3-5 p.m., International
Center.
Churches
First Presbyterian Church:
Morning Worship service, 10:45
a.m. Dr. Lemon's sermon topic
will be "Eyes That See."
Westminster Guild, 5 p.m. Dean
J. B. Edmonson will speak on "Ed-
ucation Looks Ahead." Supper fol-
lows.
First Methodist Church:
Church Service, 10:45 a.m. in
the sanctuary. Dr. James Brett
Kenna's sermon topic will be "The
Faith of a Protestant."
Wesleyan Guild, 5:30 p.m. in
the Lounge. Dr. Edward W.
Blakeman and a Student Panel
will discuss: "The Church and the
Individual."
University Lutheran Chapel:
1511 Washtenaw
Services Sunday, 9:45 and 11
a.m. Rev. Alfred Scheip's sermon
topic will be "Not Innovation, But
Reformation."
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Stu-
dent Club: Sunday supper meet-
ing, 5:30 p.m., Student Center.
Lutheran Student Association:
5:30 p.m., Zion Lutheran Parish
Hall. Program will follow supper
at 7 p.m. The Rev. Everett Jensen
of New York, Assistant Director
of Lutheran World Action, will be
the speaker. Bible Hour, 9:10
a.m. at the Center. Worship serv-
ices, Zion and Trinity Lutheran
Churches, 10:30 a.m.

Roger Williams Guilds:
10 a.m., Bible study. Rev.
Loucks will continue the discus-
sion of I Corinthians, Guild
House.
11 a.m., Church worship. Ser-
mon, "Our Reformation Heritage,"
by Rev. Loucks.
6-8 p.m., Roger Williams Guild,
at the Guild House. Mr. E. J. Ab-
bott of the Physicists Research Co.
will talk on "Industry's Contribu-
tion to Tomorrow."
First Unitarian Church:
1917 Washtenaw Avenue. Ed-
ward H. Redman, Minister.
10 a.m., Adult Study Group.
11 a.m., Service of Worship. Ed-
ward H. Redman's sermon topic
will be "Liberals Dissect Niebuhr,"
a review of Religious Liberals Re-
ply.
6 p.m., Unitarian Student Group.
Vesper Sermon : "Can A Commu-
nist Be a Unitarian?"
Discussion after snack supper
led by Prof. Wesley Maurer, "Isms
at Work."
First Church of Christ, Scientist:
Michigan League Ballroom.
Sunday morning service at 10:30.
Subject, "Everlasting Punish-
ment."
Sunday School at 11:45.
Wednesday evening service at 8
p.m.

DIRECTORY
DIRECTORY
1) IECTOHY
ON SALE!I MONDAY!
$1.00

Ann Arbor Meeting of the Reli-
gious Society of Friends:
Meeting for worship every Sun-
day at 11 a.m. in the Unitarian
Church, corner of Washtenaw and
Berkshire. All Friends and friends-
of-Friends are invited.

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SIX unemployed scat singers want to
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WANTED-Sewing, dress making and
alterations. Miss Livingston, 315 S.
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HELP WANTED
WOMEN-Choose a full-time position
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WANTED: Statistical typist and sten-
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STUDENT for part time work at soda
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Oct. 28, blue sweater, gift. Great-
ly upset. Can't afford another and
live in a cold room. Indeed grateful
to finder if return to University
Drug. )96
LOST: K & E slide rule in Chemistry
Building. 12:30 Thursday. Return to
Chemistry Bldg., Rm. 212. Reward.
)98
LADIES FUR PIECE found Tuesday at
the International Center. Call Ext.
358. ) 94
GIRL who found my identification
bracelet call Seymour, 2-3575 again,
10-11 p.m. Reward. )83
LOST: Pair of harlequin shaped
glasses. Reward. Call Doris Silep.
22591. )52
LOST: Collegiate Sorosis sorority pin.
Saturday. Engraved. Phone Joan
Lochner, 2-3279. )63
LOST-Slide Rule in brown case in
Chem Building. Please call Ypsi
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GRAY Raincoat with red plaid zipper

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BUSINESS SERVICES
WANTED: Sewing, dress making and
alterations. Miss Livingston, 315 S.
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HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A. A. 2-0298. W. O.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
WASHTENAW Country Club offers an
ideal location for fraternity or group
dance parties. Our floor will accom-
modate 150 couples. For reservations
call Ypsilanti 3618. Ask for Fred or
Clara Hunter. )4
ANNOUNCING the opening of our new
shop.After Novemberfirst we will
be located at 10912 East Washington.
Custom clothes, alterations and re-
styling. The Hildegarde Shop. Tele-
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FOR SALE: Ball-pen and mechanical
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ONE MAN'S brown topcoat, removable
lining. Excellent condition. Call Bill
Smith, 26173, between 7-10 p.m. )99
GIRL'S SCHWINN bicycle with wire
basket, $20. Used 3 months. Needs
front tire. Phone 5339. ) 100
TWO Whizzer Motorbikes. Used only
3 months. Call 2-2001 or see at 1108
Prospect. )73
ZENITH Portable. Good condition, $25.
Call Carolyn Vicinus, 7992 between
6 and 9 p.m. )48
TO SELL left-handed golf clubs reg-
istered Jones irons, 1940 model. All-
Weather grips. Call 2-7586, after 5. )62
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