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'Most Beautiful Baby' Contest 1 To Art Exhibit
Deadline Is Five Days Away
P oeiy 1)ise'lssiOn . ..
Poet John Ciardi, major Hop-!
wood winner at the University in
1939, will read from his poems and
discuss moden poetry at 4:15
mtod at the Rackham Am-c
i"d "o' his poetry award1
ji ith "Homeward to America,"t
later published by Henry Holt.
Since that lime he has written
numerous poems for several na-
tional magazines. His latest book
is, "Other Skies." based on war-
-- eepeine in the Air Corp.,
1209 S. University
Iill~ff~iti' Lectuire . . .
Ii oh. George E. Carrothers,
director of the University Bur-
can of Cooperation with Edu-
S "onal Iastitutions, will give
a lecture on junior college de-
vel(Jpments at. 7 p.m. today in
Rm. 110, General Library.
The lecture is the last in a
series in a graduate course on
the problems in higher educa-
tion. The meeting is open to
faculty nembers and graduate
Organ Recital ...
Betty Louise Lumby, a student
organist from Detroit studying
under Marshall Bidwell, will pre-
eni a recital of organ works by
Bah. Franek, Gigout, Sowerby,
Duve, and Karp -Elert at 8:30
p.m. today in Hill Auditorium.
The recital, presented in partial
fulfillment of the bachelor's de-
gree, is open to the public.
German Movie . .
Deutscher Verein will present
"Orphan Boy of Vienna," a Ger-
man language film, at 8 p.m. to-
morrow in Kellogg Auditorium.
There will be no charge for ad-
Willow Village parents have five
days to enter the Michiganensian
"Most Beautiful Baby" Contest.
"The rules are simple: mail a
picture of your fair-haired pride-I
and-Joy to Ensian. Student Pub-
lications Building, Ann Arbor, be-
fore Jan. 10," Buck Dawson, 'En-
sian managing editor, said.
Judging of the contest will be
done by President and Mrs. Alex-
Radio to Play
Ui' (T b Prograin
By MARY STEIN1
If those German phrases you
picked up overseas are getting a
little rusty, a new weekly program,
first of a series to begin today at
4 p.m. over WPAG, may help you
shine up that small talk.
The program, sponsored by the
German Club through Broadcast-
ing Service facilities, will feature
informal German conversation, as
well as popular music and Bava-
rian dance recordings. Prof. Otto
G. Graf of the German depart-
ment will be in charge of the pro-
gram and Walter Rieckoff of Ann
Arbor will be the announcer.
On the first programs, Prof.
Graf and Rieckoff will translate
their German expression into
English. Then, as the veterans and
persons of German descent in
Washtenaw county who originally
requested the program brush up
on their accent, members of the
club plan to broadcast the entire
program in the foreign tongue.
The club also plans to present
dramatic skits in German on fu-
ander G. Ruthven, Dr. Margaret
Bell, Ann Gestie, '49 and Bill
Pritula, '48. The three most pho-
to"enic cfi the tots. whose ages
i from Iwoweeks to feyears,
will ~ ( bawxcdafree copy ofcisthe
1948 'Eiuqan whchI will inude
their pictures in the Willow Vil-
Frustrated in the original plans
for a Beauty Queen contest, the
'Ensian staff compromised with a
baby contest. Plans were then
complicated by the dangers of
spreading colds and diseases if the
toddlers were brought under one
"Photography was the only an-
swer," Dawson explained. " 'En-
sian cameramen will be available
to take pictures of be-diapered
coltesiants if no snap-shots or
portraits of the youngster are
available. Phone 2-3241."
Prizes will be awarded to the
winners Jan. 17, at the West
Lodge community center.
Iniate Stump Speakers
New members of Sigma Rho
Tau, engineering speech society,
will be initiated at noon today
when they speak to passersby
from the stump near West Engi-
The last in the series of classes
for expectant mothers sponsored
by the School of Public Health
will be held at 2:30 p.m. and. 7:30
p.m. tomorrow at the ChildnHealth
Works of Matiss, F O R UNIQUE
Picasso Loaiied to U' UN O
To the exhibit of Matisse and AND ATTRACTIVE
Picasso prints which opens to the I
public today in the Museum of A RT G
Art in Alumni Memoarial H a ll. A t G \A J L S
"*something newv has been added,"
according to Prof. Jean Paul Sibs-
ser, Director of the Museum of
Art. V IS IT TH E
Fifty Latin American prints,
loaned to the University by the
International Business Machines
Company and not previously
scheduled by the Museum, will be
the outstanding part of the ex-
hibit, according to Prof. Slusser.
In addition to the prints, there
will be 53 European railroad post-
ers, which come to the University
through the efforts of Dr. Paul
M. LaPorte of the art department
of Olivet Vollege.
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U. of M. Flying Club: Open
meeting, Wed., an. 7, Rm. 1042 E.
Engineering Bldg., 7:30 p.m. Nom-
ination of next Semester's offi-
Michigan Union Opera Commit-
tee: Meet at 4:30 p.m., Wed., Jan.
7, Rm. 319, Michigan Union. All
students interested in the revival
of the opera are urged to attend
this open meeting.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Meet-
ing, Wed., 12 noon, Rm. 3056 Nat-
ural Science Bldg.
Square Dancing Class, spon-
sored by the Graduate Outing
Club. Women's Athletic Bldg.
Lounge, Wed., Jan. 7, 8 p.m. Small
fee. Everyone welcome.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation,
Pre-Cram Jam: Thurs., Jan. 8,
3 to 5 p.m. Dancing and refresh-
ments. All welcome.
Waffle Fried Potatoes
Hot Rolls Salad
4 P.M. until 2 A\M. Daily
12 noon until 11 P.M. Sunday
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