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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Campus Calendar

SRA Meeting-7:30 p.m., Union.
Lecture-Prof. Brand Blanchard, "Changing Patterns
ican Thought," 4 p.m., Rackham Amphitheatre.
Hillel Foundation-Friday evening Services, 7:45.
Architecture Lectures-"Mechanism of Magic," 4:15
School Auditorium; "The Real and Ideal, Subjective and
in American Life," 4:15 p.m., Rackham Amphitheatre.
Radio-2:30 WKAR, "On Campus Doorsteps," from
Academic Counselors.

in Amer-
p.m., Art
Objective
Office of

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Roger Williams Guild-Guild House, 7:15 p.m., for Sports Night.
Read The Daily Classified Advertisements

Speakers Vie
In Semi-Final
Nine Students Will
Compete for Honors
Nine students will compete for
top honors in the preliminaries of
the University Oratorical Contest
at 5 p.m. today in Rm. 4203 An-
gell Hall.I
Speaking are IrvingeDubrinsky,
Robert Hawkins, Jane Hoffman,
Peter Kleinpell, Frank Nelson, Sid
Pollick, Deborah Rabinowitz, Jer-
ry Ryan, and James Ueberhorst.
All are members of the three up-
per classes and will present ora-
tions of approximately 1800 words.
Winners of today's contest will
participate in the finals March 26.
The final winner will represent
the University in the Northern
Oratorical League. contest May 6
at the University of Wisconsin.
Iowa, Minnesota, Northwestern
and Western Reserve Universities
will send representatives to this
contest.

The Department of Speech and the School of Music
present
A DOUBLE BILL OF OPERA
DIDO and AEN EAS
by HENRY PURCELL
and
THE TELEPHONE
by Gian Carlo Menotti

Wednesday through Saturday
March 10-13

8 P.M.

Prices $1.50 - $1.20 - 90c (tax incl.)
SPECIAL RATE FOR STUDENTS
Wednesday and Thursday -72c
Box Office Opens Monday - Mail Orders Now
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATER

Art Cinema League and
INTER CO-OP COUNCIL present

Blind veterans who have been
issu ed equipment by the Veterans
Administration to assist them in
overcoming their handicap, are
now eligible to have minor repair
work done on the equipment
without prior approval.
By presenting the new VA pros-
thetic service cards they are en-
titled to, they will receive, with-
out delay, repair work up to a
limit of $20 in' any repair shop.
The cards, to be issued by the
Prosthetic Appliances Unit in each
regional office, allow repairs on
the following items; typewriters,
radios (excluding batteries),
Braille writers, recording equip-
ment, electric razors and Braille
watches.
The Veterans Administration
urges all veterans to keep ap-
pointments for medical and dental
care which have been authorized
in their respective cases.
Veterans are also urged to make
every effort to obtain prescribed
examination or treatment within
the time limit allowed.

Groups Plan
Opera Double
Header Here
The speech department and
music school will collaborate in
the presentation of a double bill
of opera at 8 p.m. Wednesday
through Saturday next week in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre,
with a special matinee scheduled
for 2:30 p.m. Saturday.
Operas to be presented are
Henry Purcell's "Dido and Ae-
neas" and "The Telephone" by
Gian-Carlo Menotti.
Great Living Composer
While Purcell is recognized as
one of the greatest 17th century
English writers of opera, Menotti
is, by contrast, one of the greatest
living composers. The latter has
been widely acclaimed for his
modern musical motifs and ar-
rangements.
"The Telephone," which shared
the bill with another Menotti
opera last season on Broadway,
has received almost unanimous
critical acclaim. The opera was
just recently released for amateur
production, and Ann Arbor audi-
ences will be among the first to
see it as such.
First True English Opera
"Dido and Aeneas" was written
in 1689 and is recognized as the
ifrst true English opera. A by-
product of the Restoration, it was
written for production by pupils
of Josias Priest's School for Girls
in Chelsea, where singing, dancing
and acting were an important
part of the curriculum.
Tickets for the double bill will
be placed on sale in the Mendels-
sohn box office Monday, with a
special student rate prevailing for
the Wednesday and Thursday per-
formances.
Mock UN Meeting
To Be Held Here
A mock UN Assembly on Wed-
nesday, April 21, will highlight
International Week this spring.
Students from foreign countries
will represent their home lands,
supplemented by various campus
organizations. Consular officials
will come from Detroit as guests
to sit with their "delegations."
The program will feature a guest
speaker from the UN.
Coordinator of the program is
Bill Miller, vice-president of the
Student Legislature.

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* Bronson-Thomas Annual Ger-
Notices man Language Award open to jun-
fiors and seniors now taking
courses in German. The contest
FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1948 will be held from 2-5 p.m. Wed.,
VOL. LVIII, No. 107 March 31, in Rm. 204, University
Hall. The award, interest on $1000,
1948 Parking Permit Plates: Will will be presented to the student

all those entitled to parking per-
mit plates who have not yet ap-
plied for them please call at the
Information Desk, Rm. 1, Univer-
sity Hall. Many drivers are using
the 1947 permits on 1948 license
plates. This is confusing and the
University Committee on Parking
requests your cooperation.
UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE
ON PARKING
Herbert G. Watkins,
for the Committee
NROTC Students, including those
who have completed 24 hours NS,
will report to North Hall for physi-
cal examination 6, 8, or 9 March.
University Oratorical Contest:
Preliminaries for this contest will
be held today at 5 p.m., Rm. 4003,
Angell Hall.
Womtn students attending the
Soph Prom have 1:30 permission.
Calling hours will not be extended.
Doctoral Students: Doctoral dis-
sertations of students expecting
to receive degrees in June must be
filed with the Recorder of the
Graduate School by April 19. Stu-
dents who submit their disserta-
tions after this date cannot be as-
sured that they will receive the
degree at the end of this semester.
Approved student sponsored so-
cial events for the coming weekend
(afternoon events are indicated by
an asterisk).
Adams House, Couzens Hall,
Westminster Guild, Women's
Physical Education Club.
March 6
Acacia, Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha
Kappa Kappa, Alpha Rho Chi, Chi
Phi, Cooley House, Delta Tau Del-
ta, Kappa Phi, Lambda Chi Alpha,
Lloyd House, Michigan House, Phi

writing the best essay dealing with
some phase of the development of
German literature from 1750 to
1900. Students wishing to compete
should get application blanks and
further information immediately
in Rm. 300 S.W.
Bureau of Appointments & Occu-
pational Information, 201 Ma-
son Hall
The National Advisory Commit-
tee for Aeronautics will have three
men here on Monday and Tues-
day, March 8 and 9, to interview
mechanical, electrical, chemical,
metallurgical and aeronautical en-
gineers. They also wish to talk to
chemists, physicists, and mathe-
maticians. Job descriptions and
applications are on file at the Bu-
reau.
The Employers Mutual Liability
Insurance Company of Wisconsin
will interview here on Tues.,
March 9, for both men and women.
Positions are open in claims and
underwriting.
The Atlantic Refining Com-
pany, Dallas, Texas, will be here
on Wednesday and Thursday,
March 10 and 11, to interview
chemical, civil, and mechanical
engineers, chemists, geologists,
and physicists.
Merck & Company will be here
on Thurs., March 11, to interview
pharmacists and chemists.
Call the Bureau of Appoint-
ments for complete information.
The U. S. Weather Bureau has
openings for juniors in meteorol-
ogy for summer jobs with the
Weather Bureau followed by P-1
appointments after graduation,
provided degree includes 20 se-
mester hours or more of specified
meteorology courses. Closing date,
March 9. Call at the Bureau of
Appointments for complete infor-
mation.
Lectures
University Lecture: Mr. Edgar P.
Richardson, director of the De-
troit Institute of Arts, will lecture
on the subject, "The Real and
Ideal, Subjective and Objective in
American Painting," Fri., March 5,
4:15 p.m., Rackham Amphithea-
tre; auspices of the Department of
Fine Arts.
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LOST - Pair brown fur-lined gloves.
Personal value, reward. Call 2-4607,
Alfred Shapiro. )88
LOST-Saturday, Feb. 23 on Washte-
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BLUE Loose-Leaf after Physics 25 blue-
book Wednesday. I have R. Notter's.
Contact Liddicoat, 2-4591, 101 Strauss
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LOST-Phi Sigma honorary society key.
Lost two weeks ago on campus or
Willow Run bus. Name engraved.
Reward. Box 66, Michigan Daily. )93
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WANTED-Two, three or four-drawer
filing cabinet. Call Donald Pelz days.
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WANTED: High School student or
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