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THE MiC.HLAN W HX

SINGING ON TOUR:
Westminster Choral Group
Will Present Series Concert

Making its first transcontinent-
al tour since the war, the West-
minster Choir, noted American
-choral group, will present the
fifth in the current Choral Un-
Radio Show
To Depict 'U'
Song Histories
Skits tracing the origin and the
rise to popularity of Michigan's
renowned fight songs, "Varsity"
and "The Victors" will be high-
lighted by "Campus Quarter," a
15-minute radio program to be
presented from 9:45 to 10 a.m.
tomorrow over Station WPAG.
News of impending campus so-
cial and cultural events will also
be featured during the broadcast.
Sponsored weekly by the Union
and League, "Campus Quarter"
is written, produced and present-
ed entirely by University students.
Students who will participate in
the program tomorrow are Bev
Dunn, Ed ,Micliff, Phil McLean,
Frank Robinson, Mac Barnum,
Geraldine Wolfe, Elinor Horowitz,
Dick Charlton, Al Warner, Gail
Shoup, Doug Sinn, Fred Thomp-
son and Bob Kelley.
"Campus Quarter" is produced
by a committee headed by Bill
Tattersall and Lucile Kennedy and
directed by Jim Schiavone.
Program scripts are prepared
under the direction of Leah Mar-
lin and Marjorie Zaller. Research
for the productions is conducted
by a group working under the su-
pervision of Slam Sargent and
Nancy Culligan. Frank Swartout
and Nancy Musselman handle
publicity.

ion concert series at 8:30 p.m.
Monday in Hill Auditorium.
The choir, celebrating its 25th
anniversary this year, has a rep-
ertoire which includes the works
of contemporary composers, spir-
ituals, Indian and American folk
songs, and the masterpieces of
Bach, Beethoven and Brahms, as
'vell as traditional church music.
Voluntary Choir
Originally organized to serve
as the voluntary choir of the
Westminster Presbyterian Church
of Dayton, Ohio, it has retained
its original name, but is now the
professional touring unit of West-
minster Choir College, a non-
sectarian musical college located
in Princeton, N.J.
The choir was founded by its
director, Dr. John Finley William-
son, who was also responsible for
founding the New Jersey college.
Abandoning his vocal career after
a throat operation, he turned to
choral directing. Under his guid-
ance the small church choir in
Ohio whose original members were
business men and women and
housewives, developed into the
professional group that it is to-
day.
Initial Tour
Since its initial tour in 1921,
the Westminster Choir has made'
appearances throughout the Uni-
ted States and Canada and in
England, Scotland, Austria, Nor-
,way and other European countries.
The program Monday will in-
clude compositions by Bach, Han-
del, Brahms, Sibelius and Liszt,
as well as groups of English and
American folk songs.
A limited number of tickets at
all prices are available at the of-
fice of the University Musical So-
ciety in Burton Tower.

ICC Council
To HrofudcasI
Co-op History
The University's Inter Coopera-
tive Council takes to the air at 4:30
p.m. Sunday on Station WPAG.
Culminating the ICC's celebra-
tion/of cooperatives' 15th anniver-
sary on campus, the broadcast will
deal both with the co-op move-
ment throughout the country as
well as with the advances made at
the University.
According to Norm Rappaport,
co-op producer of the program, the
broadcast will open with an origi-
nal dramatic sketch, an allegory
which will iliistrate the reasons
for the cooperative movements
conception and its growth.
The remainder of the broadcast
will be devoted to a student discus-
sion of co-op living at the Univer-
sity, moderated by Art Friedman.
Relating the movement to their
own experiences, the participants
will aim to show what they have
gotten out of living according to
the Rochdale principles, the
co-ops' guiding light.

Union Opera ...I
An important meeting of t he
Union Opera Committee will be
held from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. to-
day in the Union, Bill Newton.
publicity director has announced.
The Wesleyan Guild will hold
an open house at 8 p.m. in the
Student Lounge of the Meth-
odist Church,
* * *
Figure Skating...
The Ann Arbor Figure Skating
Club will open its winter season
from 9:30 a.m .to 12:30 pnm., sun-
day at the University Rink at
Division and Hill.
Student membership fees of $10
may be paid to Elva Minuse, sen-!
ior club treasurer at the opening
session.
Dancing Class....
Foreign students will have an
opportunity to learn American

ballroom I: 1 i~ t c"scon-
ducted by inset'uctcrs trom the
League at 7 :30k p.m. today in
the ilnte natiunal (enter.
Classes in falk dancing which
have been conducted oi Friday
ni2:ht at the 'cter are i(w !e-
ing held at thI' -in't MethodLst
t i i n l r l f e1 . tl _ i ap ]n
Visitors' Nighit at the Angell
Hall Observatory wili be held from
7:3 to 9:30 pu. tod, fcaturing
the b5er'VZ iln (A ia' Muon.
No oen nht, will be ld if
the skies arc lOuiY.
Chiken ia ust b a comp8ii
by paen s.
* , '
The Roger Williams Guild will
hold an Open House from 8:30
p.m. to 12 midnight today at the
Guild House.
All interested students have
been cordially imted.

Campus Higbligbts

By CRAIG WILSON
The campus huckster is here to
stay.
He is the carefree individual
who cracks jkes and manufac-
tures quips as he sells his Oar-
joyles or directories.
For hours he stands on freez"in
feet and rubs chilled ears while
Teelme Wi
Publish Soon
The Michigan Technic, campus
ngineering publieation, will go on
Tale 'uesday in the Engineering
Arclh.
"'he magazine is designed to
c'atchthe eye of all students on
eampus," Editor Phil Stemmerl
says.
Featured articles in this month's
publication are: "Day Lighting of
Interiors" by Dr. Robert A. Boyd,
University research physicist, and
Dr. Harvard B. Vincent of the
Owens-Illinois Glass Co., "Camp
by Leroy R. Weinstein,
'49E and "Atoms in a Cubic Inch of
Air" by C. J. Dyer.

AERMANE jNT F I 1,t4E:
N(.4 i-iigm St 11ltgeFinpa

handing out. a line like: "-Engi-
neers, you may not read, but you
can look at the pictures."
His success is spreading. Tra-
ditionally the salesman for the
Gargoyle, he re('ently switched his
activities to the Student Directory
and sold 5,500 copies in t«o days.
Dick Coleman, who plays left
vocal cord for the Garg team, re-
cently shouted his lines in Chi-
nese. The fun came when two
Oriental gentlemen strolled by. No
sale.
"'Fold it double--goes nicely un-
der the short leg of your desk,"
one salesman declared.
Impromptu vaudeville shows on
the steps of the Main Library fre-
quently climax the day's in the life
of our campus hucksters.
We print 'em all,
No job too large or small.
Programs -- Tickets
Stationery -- Announcements
ROACH PRINTING
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132
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FR hAY, NOVE74BER 21, 1947
FOR RTHEBEST IN
BOOKS
140wv and Buy
at
FOLLEI'S
State St. at North Univ.
PERSONALIZED
p CHRISTMAS
CARDS
50 for $1.00 and up
RAMSEY-CANFIELD
INC.
Printers, Engravers, Statloners
119 E. Liberty
P (across from P-Bell)
Phone 7900

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WANTED TO RENT
GTTING MARRIED at Christmas -
need apartment. Will reserve or rent
now. Telephone Charles, 2-4401, Rm.
410. ) 11
FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Single room in faculty
home. Man preferred. Box 33. )44
ROOM FOR THREE male students. 803
E. Kingsley. Tel. 2-3356. )6
DOUBLE ROOM for married couple.
One block from campus. $13 week.
714 E. University. )75

WANTED

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FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
ANN ARBOR, MICHICJAN
Announces
NEW LOCATION FOR CHURCH SERVICES
MICHIGAN LEAGUE BALLROOM
2nd floor
Church 10:30 A.M. Sunday - 8:00 P.M. Wednesday
Sunday School 11:45 A.M.
The members and congregation of this church are looking
toward the building of a new church on their lot on Washtenaw
Ave. and are using temporary quarters until that time.
NEW LOCATION OF READING ROOM
211 E. WASHINGTON
Hours 11:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (except Sundays and Holidays)

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FULLEST MEASURE
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BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON,
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AFTER-THEATRE SNACKS
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WANTED: Ticket for Panhellenic BalI.
Phone 2-4980. )89
DESPERATE DAN needs car. Will pay
up to $75.00. Call 2-7032. )81
RIDE WANTED to Boston, Mass., or
vicinity for Christmas vacation. Will
share expenses. Phone 2-4401, 404
Williams. Kenny Munson. )104
ONE OR MORE girls want ride to
and from Texas or Oklahoma for
Christmas holidays. Call or write
Betty Johnston. West lodge Ypsi-
lanti. Phone Ypsi 9265. Share ex-
penses. )80
RIDE WANTED to Columbia, S.C. or
vicinity and return for Christmas
holidays. Share expenses. Phone
2-1907. Ask for Jack )36
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED: Ride to Chicago after 3 p.m.
Wednesday before Thanksgiving and
back on Sunday. Gloria, 2-5180. )18
WANTED PASSENGERS: Driving to vi-
cinity of Wash. D.C. Wednesday noon.
Return Sunday. Call Bill Crocker,
2-0604. )0
WANTED: Three people seek ride to
NYC for Christmas vacation. Call
2-4607, 5-6 p.m. )33
RIDE WANTED to NYC area Thanks-
giving for two students. Can leave
Wednesday. Will share expenses. Lyle
Stewart. 7381. )16I
TWO MEN willing to share driving and
expenses on trip toward Madison.
Wis., over Thanksgiving. Call Red
or Lou, 6282. )15
RIDE WANTED from Ann Arbor to
Indianapolis or any place between-
Chicago, Fort Wayne, South Bend.
Will share driving and expenses. Must
leave Friday Nov. 14 after 6 p.m. or
early Saturday morning. Call Dick:
2-2610. )46
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Ladies gold Bulova wrist watch
with extension bracelet on 8:10 De-
troit bus Wednesday night. Call Mrs.
Gaylord. 2-4527. Reward. )26
FOUND: Sum of money, Monday, Nov.
17. Call. 2-6616. )25
LOST AND FOUND: I have your top-
coat, you have mine. Brown her-
ringbone. Were switched during rush
week at Pi Lambda Phi fraternity
house. 332 Anderson House, E. Quad.
Phone 24591. )84
LOST: Elgin women's watch Thurs-
daoy, S.A.M. on the back. If found,
notify Sally Mitts, 9194. )1
LOST: Oct. 14 between the Union and
Haven St. small black calfskin purse,
red lining, containing complete iden-
tification. Reward. Call 2-6419. )53
LOST: Dark brown leather briefcase
Thursday afternoon. Left on bump-
er of car in front of Angell Hall.
Call 2-8113. Reward. )40
LOST: 8 Ohio State tickets. Section
22; row 6; seats 9-12; Section 13;
row 38; seats 13-16. Please contact
Jim Atchison, 2-1214. Reward. )2
LOST: Green leather billfold contain-
ing identification papers and licenses
which are hard to replace. Lost
Monday afternoon at or near WAB.
If found, contact Pat Braybrooks,
1412 Cambridge. Phone 2-3839 for re-
ward, or mail it. Please help. )4
LOST: Parker pencil. Saturday morn-
ing in Economics Library or way to
Economics Bldg. Seeber, 2-1147. )8
WHOEVER TOOK the Alpha Chi Omega
letters from our front door, please
return them. They mean nothing to
you and a great deal to us. )82
LOST-BROWN LEATHER billfold con-
taining money and identifying pa-
pers in vicinity of Nickels Arcade.
Nov. 17. Reward. Phone 21872 after
5 p.m. )90
LOST-Theta Xi fraternity pin, vicinity
of the Union. G.R. Jr. engraved on
back. Phone 6923. Reward. )01
ART CINEMA LEAGUE
Maria
Redina;
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BUSINESS SERVICES
MEN'S USED ciotiin' bought and
sold. Sams Stole, 122 E. Washingt>n.
)50
WANTED: Swndes aigand
alterations. M ~isLiviTgston, 315 S.
Division. 2 rings, )82
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A. A. 2=0298. W. O.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
BECAUSE OF AN enlargement in our
personnel, we can now offer prompt
service on your alterations. Tailoring,
dressmaking, formal restyling a spe-
cialty. Hildegarde Sewing Shop.
2-4669 )30
PERSONAL
DEAR SOUV2NI- ( olh (OC Pleas
bring back thI Greek Deta Gamma
which has strfed from tu door of
1205 Hill. Of °ei m. ental value only.
Reward much inure useful to you.
)13
ATTENTION: Philanthropist: Chicken
Al needs more than cigarettes. Con-
tinue philanthropic movement. )38
JACK, The Wolverines get wreathed
Saturday night at I-M Building.
Gotta go. Joe. )77,
HELP WANTED
CARRIERS W.NTED to deliver The
Daily. ood pay. Contact Circula-
tion Department at Student Pili-
cations Bldg., 2-3241. )73
STUDENTi for pat t.im work at soda
fountain. S fvil , )rc tore. Phone
2-0534. 340 S. Sta S. )17
FOR SALE
ALL COLORS, canaries and parakeets,
finches, bird supplies and cages. Mrs.
Ruffins, 562 S. Seventh. )108
1946 FORD tudor deluxe. Top condi-
tion. All accessories. Beautiful fin-
ish, $1,785. Call 2-1436, evenings. )24
COCKER SPANIEL puppies, AKC reg-
istered, G weeks old. Reds, blacks,
1638 Tully Cout, will(w village. )7
ARGYLE BAB3Y booties and socks,
handmade to order. Sizes infant to
three years. Ypsi 3-59654. )9
FOR SALE--Trombone. King model.
liberty 2-B. Excellent ondtion. Write
or see R. Ehirick 1377 Hanover Ct.,
Willow Village. )12
TAILS, practically new, 39L, including
vest and full dress shirt. Phone 2-2720,
2120 Brockman Blvd. )106
EUREKA vacuum cleaner with at-
tachments. Rebuilt motor. $20. 301 N.
Seventh St. )105
PERFECT CAMERA for amateur. No
guesswork involved. Altiflex (4.5)
brought from Austria. Call Marcus.
2-4591. 220 Greene House. )102
BRAND NEW HAMILTON wrist watch
Never been used or removed from
its case. A $10.00 reduction from
retail price. )45
1939 PLYMOUTH 4 door. Radio and
heater included. New engine, tires,
and battery. Excellent overall condi-
tion. Phone 2-4969, after 5 p.m. )3
FOR SALE: 1936 Dodge, 4 door sedan.
New seat covers, battery and tires.
Set for -20°F. Clean. Priced right.
Contact H. Snyder, 319 E. William af-
ter 5 p.m. )5

Continuous from 1:30 P.M.
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Chaeck List of
CHAMBE MUSIC
The serious record collector will be delighted with the
return of many items long unavailable. The Budapest,
Roth and Stuyvesant Quartets, the Pasquier Trio, the
Busch Chamber Players-these a re but a few of the great
chambrn-" i c groups on Colunbia records.
BACH: Brandenburg Concertos.
BEETHOVEN: Quartets No. 1, 4, 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16;
Trios No. 2, 4; Violin Sonata No. 8; Cello Sonatas in
A major, D major.
BLOCH: Quartet No. 1.
BRAHMS: Trio Op. 87; Violin Sonata No. 3; Clarinet
Sonata No. 2.
DEBUSSY: Quartet; Sonata No. 2 for Flute, Viola, and
Harp; Violin Sonata No. 3.
DOHNANYI: Quartet.
DVORAK: Quartet No. 3.
FAURE: Piano Quartet.
FRANCK: Piano Quintet.
HA YDN: Quartets Op. 20 No. 5, Op. 74 No. 3, Op. 76 No.
3, Op. 76 No. 5.
MOZART: Divertimenti No. 15, 17, E flat; Quintets in
D major, C major, Clarinet; Quartet for Oboe and
Strings, Quartets No. 14, 15, 16, 18; Sonatas for Violin
and Harpsichord.
PROKOFIEV: Quartet Op. 50; Violin Sonata in D
major.
SCHUBERT: Quintet in C major; Sonatina for Violin
and Piano.
SCHUMANN: Quintet for Piano and Strings; Quartet
in A minor.
SHOSTAKOVICH: Quintet for Piano and Strings;
Quartet Op. 49.
SMETANA: Quartet (Aus Meinem Leben).
TSCHAIKOVSKY: Quartet in D major.
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