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rRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1.947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY,

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1947 PAGI

Galens Begin
Bucket Drive,
Seek $5,000
Collectors Scattered
In StrategicSpots
(Continued from Page 1)
as hand tools are at the children's
disposal. Some o4 the materials
which may be worked with are
plastics, wood, leather, clay, yarn,
beads, and even soap. At the pres-
ent time, the children prefer to
work with plastics, probably be-
cause of its eye appeal as well as
the ease with which it may be
handled.
In addition to books on crafts
and vocational subjects, the Galen
Library contains story and picture
editions, a stereoscopic viewer
with a large selection of views,
and automatic portable record
players with which to play the
various records in the- ccllection.
A console model radio and record
player are available for use in the
Galen Shop, where the children
frequently request music while
they work.
The Fun Fund provides for buy-
ing individual gifts for the chil-
dren at Christmas, forhparties,
and for fun for the thousands of
children going to the hospital
every year.
Foreign Students
To Air Opinions
Attitudes of foreign students to-
ward the University and Amer-
ican students will be revealed on
"Campus Quarter" a 15-minute
radio program to be presented
from 9:45 to 10 a.m. tomorrow
over Station WPAG.
Students from South America,
Europe and the Far East will be
interviewed by Jim Schiavone in
a round-table discussion during
the broadcast.

BARE TOES AND BLUES:
Southern Belle Interprets Mountain Ballads

Campus Highlights

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By PAT JAMES
"From Natchez to Mobile, from
Memphis to St. Joe," women will
always sing the blues, but Adele
Hager, a transplanted mountain-
eer from West Virginia, can give
them that real hillbilly treatment:
With a dead-pan expression,
flat-toned drawl, and an occasion-
al twanging of ukelele strings,
Adele, a literary college sopho-
more, turns out mighty effective
interpretations of those mournful
mountain ballads.
Throated Yodel#
Many of her numbers are her
own compositions, which she con-
cludes with a full throated yodel.
Sitting on the stage with her
bare toes curled around the rungs
of a straight-backed chair is
Adele's favorite setting for a per-
formance. "I usually sing better'
when I'm barefooted," she ex-
plained. "I hate shoes and never
wear them at home in the sum-
mertime."
'Home" for Adele is Hunting-
ton, West Virginia, which she de-
scribes as "the second cow pas-
ture to your left." Last year she
attended the University of Mis-
souri, but likes Ann Arbor much
better.
Adele found studies at Missouri
to be just an occasional intrusion
on one's social life, and she prof-
ers 'the more serious attitude
which she claims to have noticed
at Michigan.
All in Bare Feet
Last year at Missouri Adele was
a much sought-after entertainer
and appeared in several student
variety programs-all in her bare
feet. Here on campus she is one
of the featured performers in
Soph Cabaret to be given at the
League today and tomorrow.
Being the only untalented mem-
ber of a very musical family was
what drove Adele to take up uke-
lele playing. She can also play the
banjo, but she feels more at ease
with a ukelele. As for her sing-
ing, that just sort of developed
as an accompaniment to her
strumming.
Can't Read a Note
"I can't read a note, don't know
a thingabout music, I just open
my mouth and hit the chords now
and then," is what Adele has to
say about her talents.

Decorating Party . . .
Wesleyan Guilders will have a
decorating party at the Methodist
Church at 7:30 p.m. today in prep-
aration for the Mexican Fiesta
taking place there tomorrow night.
* * *
Hillel Services .. .
The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun-
dation presents its weekly Fri-
day Evening Services at 7:45
p.m. today.
Following the services Rabbi
Herchel Lymon will discuss
"Palestine Partition."
* * *
Square Dance ...
An old-fashioned square dance
will be held from 8:30 to 11:30
p.m. today in the gym at West
Lodge.
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Jam Session R.. c r
The University's Hot Record
Society will sponsor a live jam
session at 8 p.m. Sunday at the
League.
The event is open to musicians
and the general public.
* * *
Church Carnival . ..
The Congregational - Disciples
Guild will sponsor a carnival from
9 to 12 p.m. today at the Dis-
ciples Church for the benefit of
CARE boxes, relief packages for
Europe.
Arthur L. Brandon, University
information services director, and
Cleland B. Wyllie, University
news service editor, are attending
a meeting of the American Col-
lege Public Relations Association.

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
ANN ARBOR~ MICHIGAN
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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of clothes for women
and children is
BIG BUSINESS DONE BY
SMALL UNITS
It is big business in national economic importance -"
big business in total sales volume - big business in
its number of establishments and employees. But it is
made up of numerous comparatively small units.
In these circumstances, the progress of each manufac-
turer depends on his ability to anticipate fashion and
business trends and to gear his operations so as to take
advantage of these trends.,

Daily-Lipsey,
SINGS THE BLUES-Adele Hager, pictured with her ukelele and
in her favorite dress, gives her songs real Hillbilly treatment.
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Often Adele makes up songs!
as she goes along, but having no
technical knowledge of music she

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COME ON OVER!

THE FRIENDLY CORNER
(THE ART POLYGON)
NOW OPEN!
" Phonograph Records you'll want
" Distinctive quality Christmas
Cards by Treasure Masters
" Original oil paintings and water-
colors by Michigan artists
* Everyone is browsing through our
books or sipping coffee (or what
will you have) at the friendly
snack bar.
WAITING FOR YOU!
HURRY OVER!

has never tried to write down
her impromptu compositions.
Adele's preference among her
blues repertoire remains with an
old favorite; it's the ballad "Seven
Berrs with the Wrong Kind of
Man."
VETS CHECKS
Checks are being held at the
Ann Arbor Post Office for the fol-
lowing veterans:
Adams, Archie: Allison, Harvey
C.; Bosch, John M.; Carlson, Bar-
ber C.; Chase, Phillip; Davis, Don-
ald D.; Davis, Paul George; Davi-
son, Harvey L.; Dean, Orie E.;
Dobson, Richard; Flood, George
C,; Fox, Delmar Joseph.
Greenless, Russell J.; Haller,
Mark N. Jr.; Hamnlin, Leslie D.;
Hanlon, Elsworth K. Jr.: Hatrick,
James G.; Harit, Harold; Har-
rington, James; Hochlowski, Wal-
ter J.; Hough, Jerome F.
Johnson, Robert E.; Johnson,
Richard E.; Klug, Albert S.; Lah-
ti, Edwin; Levleit, Donald F.;
Lewis, Charles O.; Lovelace, Rich-
ard H.; McCulloch, George M.;
McKinnon, Donald; Newberg,
Victo.r; Pelowitz, Joseph; Robin-
son, Manford Jr.; Russ, Patrick
Clyde; Russell, Beecher F.; Toma,
John W.; Wohl, Albert B.; Weit-
zel, William T.; Wood, John M.
Veterans listed above should
pick up their checks by Dec. 13
when they will be returned to Co-
lumbus, Ohio.
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