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PAGE TWO

T HE MICIOGAN DAILY,

SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1948

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COES DOWN HAWKING:
End of Yearbook Sales May
Also See End of Buck Dawson

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By CRAIG WILSON
Buck Dawson, Michiganensian
managing editor, yesterday vig-
orously denied that seven Maichi-
gan beauties are plotting to throw
him off the Union Tower.
Nervously gripping the corners
of his desk, Dawson admitted how-
ever that he did suspect "some
kind of foul-play." Cynical stud-
etts suspect the foul play will
^onsist of trying to sell more 1949
'Ensians.
'Ensian sales staff members in-
timate that "perhaps" Dawson's
picture was "inadvertently" in-
cluded with the pictures he sent
to Rose Bowl officials in Decem-
ber.
Loses To LassieI
"I wasn't out to get a screen
Student Query
On Religion
To Be Aired
Students will pose puzzlers
about religion and their own per-
sonal problems in a new series of
radio programs which will be
broadcast at 2:45 p.m. tomorrow
from the studios of the University
Broadcasting Service.
John W. Craig, program direc-
tor of the Student Religious As-
sociation, will take the role of
counselor in the programs which
will be heard over WKAR, East
.ansing. On the first broadcast,
George Bradley, Grad., will ques-
tion Craig about student religious
organizations and activities.
Student round-table discus-
sions and guest counseling by
various pastors will be featured in
future programs of the series,
which is entitled, "The Student
Questions Religion.",

test for myself," Dawson pro-
tested. "There's no place for me-
Lassie's option has been taken
up."
'Ensian salesmen will be ready
Monday noon with whisk brooms
to sweep up the debris if the wo-
men do drag Dawson up the Un-
ion steps and attempt to toss him
from the Tower.
"Whether or not Dawson comes
down, the curtain comes down.
Monday and Tuesday on campus
sales of the 1948 yearbook," Bill
Zerman, 'Ensian salesman, said.
Booths will be open from 9 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. at the Union, Diag-
onal and engineering arch."
Payment Deadline
The deadline for balance pay-
ments on yearbooks already sub-
scribed for and purchase of 'En
sians for the $5 price has been
set for Thursday, according to
Zerman.
Office hours for purchase and
payments on yearbooks at the
main desk, second floor, Student
Publications Building, are 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. daily.
Redheads.. .
(Continued from Page 1)
It's possible, however, for all
the red-heads in one isolated sec-
tion of the country to vanish
completely, because if the per-
centage of red-hair genes getsj
low enough, there's an excellent
chance that they'll drop right out
of existence, Prof. Shull revealed.
As for what a world without
any red-heads will be like, Prof.
Shull would predict only that "it
will be certainly less colorful."

The INTER-GUILD COUNCIL
will hold its last meeting of the
semester at 2:30 p.m. today at
Lane Hall.
GRACE BIBLE GUILD will
meet at 6:30 p.m. today in Fel-
lowship Hall for cost supper fol-
lowed by the evening service with
the Rev. Harold J. deVries speak-
ing on "What Will You Give Me?".
The CONGREGATIONAL-DIS-
CIPLES GUILD will have its an-
nual New Year's Communion ser-
vice at the Memorial Christian
Church following the regular 6
p.m. supper.
The Rev. John Craig, program,
director at Lane Hall, will speak
to the WESTMINSTER GUILD at
5 p.m. today on "The World Mis-
sion of the Church." Supper dis-
cussion will follow.
The UNITARIAN STUDEN'T
GROUP will meet at 6:30 p.m. to-
day at the I.nternational Center
as guests of the International
Students Association.
"Christianity and Social Ac-
tion" will be the subject of the
address to be given by the Rev. G.
Paul Musselman, director of the
diocesan department of Christian
Social relations, at 5:30 p.m. to-

day at the CANTERBURY CLUB
meeting,
The WESLEYAN GUILD will
neet at 5:30 p.m. today to hear
reports from members who at-
tended conferences during the
holidays. Supper and fellowship
'hour will follow.r

U cci Ial of Fi'ench
Songs To Be Held
Le Cercle Francais will present
Prof, Arthur Hackett, of the mus-
ic school, in a retcital of French
at 4:10 p.m. Tuesday in
the Assembly Room of the Rack-
ham Building.
Prof. Hackett performed with
most of the major symphonies in
professional life before coming to
the University, and at one time
sang with the Paris Grand Opera.
He has g:iven concerts both in the
United States and Europe.

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THE DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH
presents
PLAY PRODUCTION
in
Shakespeare's Pastoral Comedy
V Vo Ifralke+ft"
Wed. through Sat. - Jan. 14-17
8:00 P.M.
Tickets $1.20 - 90c - 60c (tax incl.)

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MOTORIST SERVES HIS SENTENCE: Howard E. Philips (center) of Brooklyn, N.J., stands at
blackboard in a Lakewood High School classroom and writes one hundred times, "I must not
pass a school bus in Lakewood, N.J.," carrying out sentence passed by Justice of the Peace Sidney
Sweden. Philips violated a New Jersey state law by passing a school bus while it was discharging
passengers. Arresting officer, Patrolman William Fitzgerald (right), and school supervisor Oliver
B. Lane (left) see that sentence is carried out.
FACULTY FOR KNOWING:
Revell Began as 'Hobo JusiCian

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Box Office Opens Monday - Hours 10-1 and 2-5
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater

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(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is ano-
ther in the series of articles on fac-
ulty personalities.)
By ALICE B1INKMAN
The man responsible for "the
best band ever -seen in the Rose
Bowl" began his career by push-
ing a tired Model T up mid-west-
ern roads between one-night
stands.
Prof. William D. Revelli spent
his 1919, '20, and '21 vacations
from Chicago Musical College
touring with the Red Path Cha-
tauqua Players, a group of "roam-
ing troubadours." Made up most-
ly of students on vacation, the
group boasted William Jennings
Bryan as one of its members.
Tent Shows
The company of 22 was com-
posed of a band, violin, trumpet
and xylophone soloists and elocu-
tionists. Immediately after the last

note of each performance sound-
ed, the tent in which the group
played was pulled down and the
troupe set out for the next town
in their trusty jalopies.
Prof. Revelli has been a band
builder since 1925 when he was
appointed music supervisor for
Hobart Schools. Three musicians
answered his first call for talent
but by the time he left Hobart for
the University in 1935 its school
band numbered 90 pieces and had
won five national championships.
Woodwind Teacher
During his first years at the
University, Prof. Revelli had
charge of the bands and the
woodwind department as well-he
had to for he was its only fac-
ulty member. Today the depart-
ment has 13 instructors of music
on its staff.
Prof. Revelli has increased en-

rollment in all bands here, and
has induced many music majors
to participate. There were only
nine music majors playing in the
concert band in 1935. but today
there are 87, and Prof. Revelli's
department has gained recogni-
tion as a leading school for de-
veloping high school and college
band conductors.
No Competition
The first of Prof. Revelli's
many musical successes came at
the ripe old age of 11. He woI
a violin solo contest. His folks
were pleased as punch when he
came home and announced thai
he had won first place in a solc
violin contest. They didn't find
out until later that the only other
contestant had become sick anc
didn't show up.

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or near Ann Arbor. Write Box 47. )9
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SODA FOUNTAIN: Help wanted for
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days. Alexander Drug Store. )6
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SET OF TAILS. Size 37. Good condi-
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A BARGAIN: $225 pair of binoculars
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FOR RENT: To quiet young man.
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Private family within walking dis-
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