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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

40 VOICES RAISED: 'Dear Martha' .
De_ tar!hl .. .
cMichigan Singers' To Begin To Be Aired In.
Operations as New Choir Over WHRV
A new concert choir numbering approximately forty voices has Aside from the fact that it of- weird but well-timed style. They
The Radio Workshop Drama fers something a little different in really ran wild on their version
been organized on the Michigan campus. will present "Dear Martha," a the line of musical entertainment, of the overture from "William
Known as the Michigan Singers, the group is directed by Prof. moving love story by Russ Beggs, the Spotlight Revue (10:30 p.m. Tell," featuring Doodles Weaver
Maynard Klein, who has served as choral director at Interlochen at 10:45 p.m. today over station Friday) with Spike Jones and on the lyrics.
Music Camp and is now a faoulty member in Music School. WHRV. Dorothy Shay is just another run
* * * * Produced and acted by students of the mill variety programs. This was offset, however, by a
A VOCAL COUNTERPART of the "little symphony," the choir of the Radio Division of the Friday night's show featured rendit on of Rhapso y in Blu ic
will not only concertize, but will also bring to the attention of its au- Speech Department, the program Gene Kelly as guest star, and it would have made Mayers hwin
diences many choral compositions in smaller forms, is under the direction of Merrill could very easily have gotten along gi ve song w ri forsgood
The following students have been accepted as charter members McClatchey. The cast will include without its guest. Kelly added give up song writing for good.
of the choir: Ruth Campbell, Carol Neilson, Ellen Traxler, Joy Wil- Betsy Jane Holton, Dick Charl-
luams, Marjorie Barrett, Kay Hooper, Marie Roth, and Suzanne Hen- ton, a thews a JhON
Rich, announcer. Today
drian. * x * At noon today the Michigan 12 noon WHRV-Journal of the
Journal of the Air will feature Air.
OTHERS include Betty Wiles, Betty Beller, Doris Catlin, Mary the story of the photographing of 3 p.m. WJR-New York Philhar-
Lou Ewing, Esther Beerands, Frances Hanslovsky, Virginia Hourigan, the invisible wall between man and monic - Symphony with Di-
at Letz, and Phyllis Rasmussen. supersonic speeds. In addition mitri Mitropoulos conducting.
The list continues with Ella May Randall, Elsie Stefan, Eve- there will be an interview with 10:45 p.m. WHRV - Workshop
lyn Wolgemuth, Charlotte Boehm, Frances Buswell, Dorothy Bob Shafer who traveled all the Drama presents "Dear Mar
Duncan, Julia Hamrick, Ruth Kluckhohm, Gil Vickers, Bob Walz, way from Alaska to Argentina by tha."
and Jack Bryden. jeep, and a feature on coeds with Monday
a kiss-proof future. 10 a.m. WWJ-Fred Waring.
Other members are Archie Brown, Hugh Brown, John Thomson, arrors will i8:30 .m. WPJ-FM - aster-
on Price, Robert Elson, Harvey Davis, Malcolm Foster, and Robert Lynch, Bill Wyckoff, Don Frank- works of Music-
ark. man, Al Storey, Tom Sawyer and Tuesday
Concluding the list are Kenneth Nielson, William Perry, Donalv Bob White. The script was writ- 9 p.m. WWJ-Bob Hope.
Van Avery, Roger Appelby, Richard Entenmann, Cowell Garrington, ten by Tom Sawyer and Dave Pol- Wednesday
obert Moore, and Robert Van Ollsburg. lock, directed by Bob Powers. 9:30 p.m. WJR-Harvest of Stars
with James Melton and the
story of Ethan Allen.
10:30 p.m. WWJ-Curtain Time.
Thursday
DOROTHY SHAY 10 p.m. WJR - Hallmark Play-
Only the Finest Quality . .. comedy class house with John Lund in "Ar-
rowsmith."
At Prices that are Fair . . . nothing to the show except a few 10:30 p.m. WWJ - Fred Waring
rather pitiful attempts at humor with a new evening show.
and some sort of a creation resem- Friday
bling a novelty song. 8 p.m. WHRV-The Fat Man with
* *Dashiell Hammett.
MOST OUTSTANDING mem- 9 p.m. WJR-Ford Theatre with
ber of the cast was Dorothy Shay Burt Lancaster and Joan
whose mellow voice did a fine job Bennett in "Double Indemn-
on "Buttons and Bows." Miss ty
Shay's voice blends well with the Saturday
slightly hill-billy character of the 2:55 p.m. WHRV - Michigan-
show. Northwestern.
7:30 p.m. WJR-Vaughn Monroe
Spike's musical madmen were with the Moon Maids.
at their best-if you go for their 9 p.m. WWJ-Hit Parade.
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Outline WSSF
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Torn Students
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cepting assistance," Kitchen
said.
In Europe today, most of
WSSF's work is bing done in tu-
berculosis hospit Is and in inter-
national student rest camps, ac-
cording to Kitchen.
"But during the war, WSSF set
up 'barbed wire universities' for
students in concentration camps,"
he said.
Professors were assembled and
books were gotten in.
A good many students were able
to get credit in American and
British universities for work done
in concentration camps, he said.
* * *
WSSF ASSISTANCE is given on
the basis of need alone with no
thought of political beliefs.
The psychological improve-
ment in these war broken stu-
dents on the other side of the
globe is a by-product of WSSF
activities.
"The end result we are seeking
is the understanding and good will
which are the necessary basis for
any new world," Kitchen said.
* * *
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twelve Michigan and Ohio colleges
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