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Music Society
Will Present
Coiteert tIil
Dimitri Mitropoulos
To Conduct Orchestra
Dimitri Mitropoulos will con-
duct the Minneapolis Symphony
Orchestra at 7 p.m. tomorrow at
Hill Auditorium.
A few tickets remain for the
concert, fourth in the University
Musical Society's Extra Concert
Mitropoulos, who will conduct
the orchestra in works of Mozart,
Beethoven, Berlioz and Chausson,
made his reputation in Europe be-
fore he came to this country in
1936. A native of Athens, Greece,
he attended the Conservatory
there, becoming conductor of the
symphony orchestra in 1924.
Althpugh two uncles were
monks and his grandfather a
priest, the young Dimitri early
quit the Greek Orthodox Church.
The church forbade the use of
any musical instruments in their
He was called to Germany to
conduct a series of conecrts by
the Berlin Philharmonic Orches-
tra in 1930, and made his Paris
debut in 1932 with the Orchestra
Serge Koussevitzky, conductor
of the Boston Symphony Orches-
tra, made possible Mitropoulos'
debut in this country, when he
introduced "the promising young
Greek" to his Boston audience.
Critical acclaim for this con-
cert won Mitropoulos his present'
post as permanent conductor of
the Minneapolis Symphony Or-
chestra in 1937.
ryouts for JGP
Must Sign Today

TENDER INTERLUDE-Laurence Olivier, as Henry V, is seen
gazing admiringly at the French Princess Katharine, portrayed
by Renee Asherson, in this scene from "Henry V." The film is
being shown next weekend at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Olivier's 'Henry V' Returns
For Second U' Performance
_________ (T.

The technicolor production of
"Henry V" is returning to cam-
pus February 19, 20 and 21 to be
presented this time with the best
facilities available-those of the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
The return engagement is made
in response to criticism of the
conditions under which the film
was shown in Hill Auditorium last
Laurence Olivier, as Henry V,
is ably supported by a cast of
37 principals and 1,000 extras.
Included in the cast are a num-
ber of distinguished actors and ac-
tresses of the British stage and
screen, including Felix Aylmer,
Leslie Banks, Robert Newton and

Today is the last day to signm
up for tryouts and committees erine.
The film will be shown twice
for J.G.P. daily at 2:30 and 8:30 p.m. with
Women interested in cast parts all seats reserved. Mail orders for
or assistant committee work are tickets are being filled now and
urged to sign up from 9-11:30 tickets may be purchased at the
a.m. in the Undergrad room of
the League, it was stated by Har- If an- actor in a Greek theatre
riet Fenske, publicity chairman. fell below par in his performance,
Committees include ushering, missles were hurled, a fine im-
costumes, stage work, tickets, pro- posed, or even corporal punish-
grams, publicity, properties, scen- ment imposed, to say nothing of
ery, and make-up. what the actor was called.
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VET wanting to be married needs
apartment immediately. Call Stover~
2-6173. )43
WANTED-Men to join boarding club
at 1315 Hill. 3 meals $1.80 per day.
Call Mike 2-2252, noon or evening. )49
WANTED-Dearborn commuters arriv-
ing on campus 9:00 a.m. leaving 4:00
p.m. to ride in 1946 Mercury. De3926.1
William Fulton. )12
DON'T BE LATE-Get "It's a Date!"
weekly guide to events in Ann Ar-
bor. Send name and address with
$1.00 to Jack Trustman, 1037 Olivia,
Ann Arbor. )15
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16 Exposure Roll ...... 70c
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WANTED-Sewing, Dressmaking, Alter-
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PARKER '51'-Gold and black. Lost
near campus, Feb. 12. Call 2-6742.
Bruce Von Zellen. 815 McKinley. )66
LOST-Gruen wrist watch between
Burton tower and music school.
Finder please leave at Music School
office. Reward. )67
WHO TRADED stadium boots during
Wednesday night's rushing? I have
dark brown pair; lost light brown,
Sun Valley Pair. Call 4549, Stockwell.
PARKER Pen and Pencil. Grey. Lost
on campus Wednesday, Jan. 28. Call
Joan Benson, 2-4561. Reward.
LOST - Lusina Watch in Chemistry
Building. Silver spring wrist band.
Reward. 419 Adams House, 2-4401. )52
WILL PERSON who "borrowed" 2 books
(Shakespeare and American Lit.) from
League cloakroom Monday please re-
turn them to Rose Cornish, 2-0379. )50'
PARKER 51 Pen. Brown. Lost between

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box office in the League starting
Proceeds from the presentation
will go to the Student Award
Fund, a fund established to aid
deserving students who are active
in campus affairs.#
VA Requestsj
Vet Insurance
Identif ication
(Special to The Daily)
COLUMBUS, 0., Feb. 13-An
appeal to all veterans of World
War II to submit all possible iden-
tifying information in every G.I.
insurance transaction with the
Veterans Administration was
made today by VA Branch Office
officials her'e.
A daily average of 700 pieces
of unidentified insurance corre-
spondence is received in the
Branch Office here. This total in-
cludes an average of 230 uniden-
tifiable remittances each day
amounting to approximately $3,-
000 in premium payments.
Although the money eventually
is applied to the proper accounts,
VA officials said the failure of
veterans to submit their insur-
ance numbers or other identifi-
cation results in timne consuming
If the insurance number is
unknownl, sufficient identification
such as service serial number,
late of birth, full name and ad-
dress, service lank and organiza-
tion and date of discharge should
be included.
(Continued from Page 1)
see negative results for their
A statement issued by the Uni-
versity's Student Committee
Against UMT lashed out at ADA's
"allegations that our efforts to de-
feat UMT are Communist- inspired
or directed. .. . The fact that
Communists may also oppose the
measure in no way affects our
convictions. Their support has
come unsolicited."
Signers of the statement in-
cluded Keitha Harmon, chair-
man of the SRA, Al Millstein,
chairman of YPCM, and Ed
Shaffer, chairman of MYDA.
Jack Geist, head of AVC's cam-
pus chapter, and a sponsor of the
national lobby, supported the
statement. He declared, "It's dan-
gerous to give in to red baiting.
Each issue must stand or fall on
its merits."
Jack Lucas, member of YPCM's
executive board, said that the sup-
posed Communist stigma would be
lessened if ADA was to go along
with the drive.
"If ADA was sincere in its op-
position to UMT, it would not
quibble about the leadership of
this particular lobby. ADA, if sure
of its views need have no fear of
contamination by such leader-
ship," Lucas said.

Ulir Members
Enjoy Charms
Of Outdoors
Ulb ,(pronounced :yuler) is the
patron saint of skiers-and thel
name of the University's active ski
Already mustering 150 Knights
of the Barrel Staves ranging from
rank beginners to experts in allt
phases of the sport, Ullr is still
growing and is becoming a force
to reckon with in interclub com-
petition. But competition is not
the prime object of the organiza-
Heaven Blessed
Blessed with 20 inches of good
skiing snow at the Caberfae Win-
ter Sports Area near Cadillac,
some 80 members proved from
Feb. 7 to 10 that the club has suc-
cessfully met its objectives.
During that period, the more
proficient "riders" put in four
days of jumping slalom and
downhill skiing, while the begin-
ners took instruction and en-
deavored to apply what they
learned without damaging them-
selves or their equipment. Only
three of the beginners failed nota-
bly in this endeavor.
Invasion Planned
Caberfae is due.to be invaded by
Ullr again this weekend, accord-
ing to Robert Hall, president of
the club. This time the club ex-
perts will leave the recreational
skiing to the beginners and inter-
mediate skiers and devote their
time to competing in the team
contest to be sponsored by the
Caberfae Ski Club. The events
that the club will enter are down-
hill and crosscountry, on Satur-
day, and jumping and slalom on
Sunday. When queried regarding
the team's chances of victory, Hall
would say only: "We are gunning
for the trophy."
Valentine Dance ...
A Valentine Dance, sponsored
by the Wives of Student Veterans
Club, will be held from 9 to 12
p.m. today in the gymnasium at
the University Community Cen-
ter in Willow Village.
* *i *
Religious Talks ...
Prof. John M. Burgess, '30,
chaplain and professor of relig-
ion at Howard University in
Washington, D.C., will speak
twice tomorrow on the theme of
brotherhood at St. Andrews
Episcopal Church.
In keeping with the spirit of
the Student World Day of Pray-
er to be observed tomorrow,
Prof. Burgess will speak on
Christianity and Race Rela-
tions" at 10 a.m. at the Student
Center. At 11 a.m. he will speak
on "Christian Brotherhood" at
the church.
I' * e
French Lecture ...
Daniel Augsburger, teaching
fellow in the French department,
will deliver a French lecture en-
titled "France and Switzerland in
the Summer of 1947," under the
auspices of Le Cerele Francais at
4:10 p.m., Tuesday in Rm. D,
Alumni Memoria 1Hall.
Sawyer To Speak...
With an eye toward the fu-
ture, Dean Ralph A. Sawyer of

the Graduate School will speak
on "Applications of Atomic En-
ergy" at a Sigma Rho Tau, engi-
Wder's stump-speaking society,
at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday in the
Small Ballroom of the Union.
Delta Chi Activities...
Delta Chi fraternity will con-
clude reactivation of Michigan
Delta Chi tonight with an instal-
lation banquet in the Union.
The eleven men initiated last
night will be presented the orig-
inal Michigan Delta Chi charter
which was first issued in 1892.
The chapter will end the week-
end tomorrow with the inaugura-
tion of their Spring rushing pro-



Open Sunday at Four

Survey Reveals Few Delays
III Veterains' Check Mailing

Sixty-nine student vt(erans
have reported delays in receiving
their subsistence checks, in one t
the quietest check stirvey-\s the VA
has ever conducted according to
Leonard S. Gregory, VA training
This fact indica tes that most of
the problems have been solved.
Gregory said.
Of those rei)orting, most of the
delays had been in receiving
checks for January, Gregory said.
Lady Reading
Will Lecture
Student Exchange for
Peace To Be Subject
Lady Reading, prominent Brit-
ish stateswomen, will address stu-
dents, faculty members and the
public on "Promoting World
Peace through International Stu -
dent Exchange" at 4:15 p.m. Mon-
day in the Rackham Building.
Active in such agencies as the
British Broadcasting Commission,
Women's Volunteer Service and
Women's Home Industries Ltd.,
as well as holding offices in sev-
yeral ministries, Lady Reading
was awarded the highest rank in
the Empire, Dame Grand Cross, by
the King in 1944 for her work be-
fore and during the war.
The University is the first of the
three campuses in the United
States that Lady Reading will

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But most, of the i result from the
fact that the veterans have
ch(nged their addresses without
notifying the VA soon enough, he
Two students under Public Law
16. however, have claims going
back as far as September, wpile
two more have received no check
since Oclober. Gregory reported.
Among those under P.L. 346 one or
two clins go back to the Summer
Session and a few date from Sep-
These extreme delays, however
are generally attributable to the
fact that the claims are those of
transfer students whose files have
iot been sent on to the local of-
flee and whose pay cards have not
reached the regional office.
Pa says:
"Cht's/erfelts have a sooth-
iiv.g appeal to my throat.
A nation-wide survey shows
that Chesterfields are TOPS
with College Students from



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