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Writing of 'Victors,'Varsity'
To Be Described over WPAG
Music devotees who wonder how
their favorite songs were composed
may satisfy their curiosity at 9:45
a.m. today when "Campus Quar-
ter," 15-minute radio program,
presents skits describing the origin
Dr. Ruth Isabel Seabury, recog-
nized as one of America's foremost
Protestant leaders, will be in Ann
Arbor today and tomorrow..
Last year Dr. Seabury was the
only American to travel with an
International Seminar on World
Christianity designed to evaluate
the strength of world-wide Pro-
testantism. She is now Education-
al Secretary of the American
Board of Foreign Missions of'the
Congregational Christian Church
and on the advisory board of the
Dr. Seabury, who was ordained
in the Congregational Christian
Church, will deliver the sermon
Sunday morning in the Congre-
gational Church. She will speak
to the Congregational-Disciples
Guild at 6 p.m. tomorrow on "The
Fellowship of the Mystery."
Students who wish to speak to
Dr. Seabury tomorrow afternoon
may make appointments by cail-
ing Jean Garee at the Congrega-
tional-Disciples Guild House.
35c to 5 P.M.
Continuous from 1 P.M.
Last Times Today
of Michigan's renowned fight
songs, "Varsity" and "The Vic-
tors" over Station WPAG.
Listeners will discover that
"Varsity" developed out of the
casual meeting of two University
students on a street in Detroit
many years ago. During the con-
versation that ensued, Fred Law-
ton and Earl Moore decided to
write a song in collaboration.
By the time they arrived at
Lawton's home a short time later,
they had written the last four
lines of "Varsity." It was com-
pleted there within a few hours.
"Campus Quarter" will also dra-
matize the circumstances leading
to the composition of "The Vic-
tors." It was written by Louis El-
bell after a football game between
the University of Chicago and
Michigan in the Windy City
Impressed by the demonstration
which followed the startling upset
of the powerful Chicago team by
an underdog Wolv Ine eleven in
that contest, Elbell omposed "The
Victors" which has since served as
a stirring tribute to victorious
Michigan teams. It was introduced
to Michigan students by John
Phillip Sousa at University Hall.
Sponsored weekly by the Union
and League, "Campus Quarter"
will feature a news resume of im-
-pending campus social and cul-
tural events in addition to these
Because of the Thanksgiving
holiday, the program will not be
broadcast next Saturday.
REEDS - STRINGS
We carry VAN DORN REEDS
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132
Against Atomic War
By The Associated Press
High up in a mid-Manhattan
skyscraper, blueprints are being
drawn for the country's first un-
derground factories which, it is
hoped, will be deep enough to
withstand any possible atomic or
Part of Broad Study
The preparatory work is part of
a broad study being done for the
Munitions Board and the Army
Corps of Engineers to determine
the problems involved in placing
units of strategic American indus-
tries under enough earth and rock
so they can continue to operate
if bombs start falling on our home
A $400,000 planning contract
has been placed in the hands of
a New York engineering firm
headed by Guy B. Panero, who is
accustomed to helping erect tall
buildings above ground. The gray-
ing, dapper engineer had a hand
in the construction of Rockefeller
Center, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel and
the Metropolitan Life Building,
among other structures.
Panero is studying construction
and geological problems as well as
the special requirements of work-
ing conditions underground. In
addition, he and his more than
score of engineers are planning
two specific types of installations
to determine the feasibility of
placing such units underground.
One is a manufacturing or as-
sembly unit, the other a "chem-
ical process" plant.
Each of the nether-region fac-
tories, Panero said, would be about
three or four times the size of
a square city block and would be
two or two and a half stories deep.
He .classed them as "medium-
By J. M. ROBERTS, JR.
All Foreign Affairs Analyst
Aside from all the clashes of
material interests between Russia
and the democracies, there is a
definite difference in thinking -
in morals, if you will-which may
be even more deep and prove more
difficult to reconcile than all of
the matters which nations cus-
tomarily settle by horse trading
Since the war there has been a
notable upsurge in the Western
World of the belief that interna-I
Western Guild will have their
last hamburger fry of the season
immediately following the game
today at the Methodist Church.
There Nill be an Open House
at the Congregational Disciples
Guild IHouse following the game]
today. All students are welcome.
' ' '
The fireside discussion group
will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at
the Guild House to hear Dr. Ruth
Isabel Seabury, Educational Sec-
retary of the American Board of
Missions, speak on Christianity
and the program of the Church at
home and abroad.
* '* '~
Westminster Guild will meet
after the game today at the Pres-
byterian Church for a wiener
roast. All students are welcome.
Winslow To Speak
Dr. C. E. Winslow, emeritus pro-
fessor of public health at Yale
University, will speak to Univer-
sity of Michigan public health
students on "Social and Economic
Factors in Disease" at 4:00 p.m.
Monday in the School of Public
Wide Moral .Gi
Film Sholuvng tOperationi Atoiie ision
alf Separates EiNds Toni o-lt At Better-hforeI Citiz
cr'a tic 1Thou
I iueer'i Fea t'il'i r i 1lti4iati r Columbia Unmversit.
"Operation Atomie Vision" is
tional moralty contains the only 'Swan Lake' Ballet being launche d this week to create m a of the associat
yssome better-informed citizens of tee on curriculum
. "Russian Ballerina," new Soviet the atomic age. development, started
Interestingly Active ballet film, will have a final show- It is a plan to begin, in high 15 n isweir. hes
The moral rearmament move- ing at 3:30 p.m. today at Lydia schools, a study course on the po- by David Lilienthal,
ment has become increasingly ac- Mendelssohn Theatre. tential peacetime uses of atomi
tive, holding great weeks-long The film stars Maria Redian and energy, and its possible economifo the Atomic Energy
meetings both in Europe and features Galina Ulanova, who ap- i social and political effecs 'fr greater public'
America. They have been attend- pears with the Leningrad Theatre Sponsoring it is the National of l t ah reles yan
ed by high political leaders, labor ballet in Tchaikovsky's "'Swan Association of Secondary School
union officials, industrialists and Lake." Principals, whose 12,000 members method for ih scm
others from every part of the A modernized performance of represent schools attended by 80 to help, and duhbed
world and every walk of life. The the "Sleeping Beauty" ballet is per cent of this country's high eation "atom d
moral suasicn exerted was credit- also highlighted. school students. operation"atomicV
ed with a major role in ending the Dialog for the film is in Russian, Dr. Paul Elicker of Washing-
British coal strike last summer. with English subtitles provided. A ton, D.C., association exeecntixve SERViNG><
But there seems to be absolhte- short feature will be included in secretary, is writing this w eek to 1 A.M.-1:30 P.M.
ly no bridge between such move- the program. members asking their cooperation A i " I forGo,
ments and Communism. The Bol- Reserved tickets for "Russian in the studies scheduled to start The TAV
shevists hold to he had almost Ballerina, are on sale from to nex spring. a
everything that the Western 3:30 p.m. at the Lydia M ndels- Dr. Will French, professor of .
World has learned to consider sohm Theatre box office. education at Teachers Cullege,. ~Iaynard
Y, and chair-
d the idea. It
said, to pleas
mittee saw a
j the program
. 5-7 P.M.
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PERSONAL-To whoever .stole my bi-
cycle. I stole it back from in front
of Wikel's yesterday. Let's stop this
THE ACCOUNTING FIRM of Leve and
Fridstein announces the dismissal of
Bertram Tamarkin for incompetence.
embezzlement, and fudging of fig-
DEAR SOUVENIR Collector, Please
bring back the Greek Delta Gamma
which has strayed from the door of
1205 Hill. Of sentimental value only.
Reward much more useful to you.
JACK, The Wolverines get wreathed,
Saturday night at I-M Building.j
Gotta go. Joe. e )771
MOVING something west? Will ex-
change use of large trailer for holi-
day rides to Western Iowa. 25-9931.
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,
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. )16
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:
HALLICRAFTER'S S-38-a steal for
$28. Also Emerson table model. Excel-
lent quality and wide range-$20.
422 E. Washington, between 5:30 and
7:30. Ken Bissell. )104
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. Call2-1436, evenings. )24
COCKER SPANIEL puppies, AKC reg-.
istered, 6 weeks old. Reds, blacks,
1638 Tully Court, Willow Village. )7
ARGYLE BABY booties and socks,
handmade to order. Sizes infant to
three years. Ypsi 3-59654. )9
FOR SALE-Trombone. King model.
liberty 2-B. Excellent condtiion. Write
or see R. Ehrick 1377 Hanover Ct..
Willow Village. )12
ABSOLUTELY first class work by de-
pendable experienced men. Call now
for pre-holiday decorating. Phone S.
L. Jackson, 7647. )90
HAYRIDES to make reservations. Dill
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.
WANTED: Wives of veterans with prev-
ious experience to work full time
during December selling men's and
boy's wear. Melloncamp's, Ypsilanti.
STUDENT for part; time work at soda
fountain. Swift's Drug Store. Phone
2-0534. 340 S. State St. )17
POSITIONS ARE AVAILABLE in long-
distance operating for which we will
train you. Good starting rate with
steady advancement. Pleasant fellow
operators and many other advan-
tages are yours. Apply at 321 East
WANTED TO RENT
GETTING MARRIED at Christmas -
need apartment. Will reserve or rent
now. Telephone Charles 2-4401, Rtr.
DOUBLE ROOM for male students. 6
blocks from campus. 1105 Church St.
Ph. 2-7715. )81
FOR RENT: Single room in faculty
home. Man preferred. Box 33. )44
ROOM FOR THREE male students. 803
E. Kingsley. Tel. 2-3356. )6
RIDE WANTED to Columbia, S.C. or
vicinity and return for Christmas
holidays. Share expenses. Phone
2-1907. Ask for Jack. )36
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Eversharp pencil, brown striped.
Thurs. noon in TCB or Washtenaw
Ave. Dan Tinkham. 2-7019. )73
SLIDE RULE lost Wednesday. Name on
case. If found call Mclihenny, 8257.
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: 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-
good. There is a vast difference
between the Marxian tenet that
religion is the opiate of the masses
and the Communist execution of
the theory in trying to wipe out
principles which we have come to
consider a part of humanity.
The current Soviet advice to its
school teachers that they must in-
still in their pupils a "flaming
hate" for the country's enemies is
a mild example. A better one was
published in Estonia recently, ac-
cording to the Baltic Review, of
Stockholm, by t le So iet iniiser'
"It has to be regr'etfully ack-
nowledged," he is quoted as writ-
in, "that some Soviet Estonian
educational establishments have
neglected education in the Marx-
ian-Leninist spirit. The result is
that many pupils go to Church, at-
tend confirmation classes, etc."
Referring to educational systems
in capitalist countries, the min-
istei' adds :
"This class character mainly ex-
presses itself therein that the pu-
pils and students are imbued with
idealism, religion, the spirit of
reconciliation between the classes.
A terrible thing!
Is it possible, in any way, to
bridge the gulf between western
civiliation and people who think
Paris . .
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and a little cheese bought with
ration tickets. Coffee after dinner,
yes, but "National coffee" which is
only reminiscent of Brazil.
This for the greater mass of
Frenchmen. For the rich there is
plenty. In the butcher shops hang
whole beefs and on the counters
are lambs, decorated in the French
style with frills of paper, like little
dolls. But meat is very expensive.
The pastry shops are gay with
meringue marvels, ingenuously
contrived with only a trace of flour.
There are bonbons from Switzer-
land and America, and huge Can-
ada apples. Hershey bars can be
had for the equivalent of 50 cents.
And real coffee, too, at a price.
Benedictine and Pernod are hard
to find because they are ali go-
ing for export to the States.
It is a bloated economy. The
change-boxes in the stores have
new numbers marked in chalk. A
cup of coffee in a medim-class
restaurant, three francs last sum-
mer, is six now. Eggs, in June, were
ten fancs (about seven cents)
apiece; now they are 22.
The Frenchman's testimonial of
the sky-rocketing inflation is the
small bale of paper in his wallet.
ART CINEMA LEAGUE
ussa's retst Balerna
In TCHAIKOVSKY'S 'SWAN LAKE
---- English Titles
Box Office Opens 2:60 P.M. Daily
- THE -HANKSGIVIN> G
UST as it is tradition to have turkey for Thanks-
giving, so it is outr custom to serve these festive
holiday dinners to you each year. Come and let our
coiirttcous service save you ti tilt and trouble. Our
expert chefs have planned a ineno to satisfy the
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Tickets on Sale at the Door
-8:30 to 12:00
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Sorry, we have no roast duck
or venison steaks; but if
you're looking for something
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10th
wi be your last chance to pull
the shrewdest financial deal of
your collegiate career.
After that date the price of your
yearbook, the Michiganensian,