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Chen Annex
E ases Offiee
Room Jams
Two New Floors
Reduce Night Work
Opening of the first two floors
of the newi wing of the chemistry
building this semester has ended
the accelerated laboratory work in
organic chemistry.
Some fifty students, however,
will continue to work on Tuesday
and Thursday evenings.
COMPLETION of the new wing
will relieve drastic overcrowding in
offices and class rooms by doub-
ling the capacity of the old build-
ing.
A new feature of the building
will be forced-ventilation hoods,
now widely in use at other uni-
versities. They will replace the
old-type hoods, ventilated by
natural draft through chimney
flues. g
Steel furniture and composi-
tion stone tops for laboratory
desks have been selected because
of relative cost and availability as
compared to wood. Most of the
furniture in the old section is
wooden.
New, adequate lighting hps been
installed.
TWO SPECIAL experimental
rooms equipped with insulation
and thermostats for constant
temperature control are being
constructed in the basement.
Other expermental labora-
tories in the basement will in-
clude a room in which the air
will be kept free of dust, and a
stone laboratory table, specially
grounded independent of the
building to avoid vibrations
from the rest of the building. a
"The addition to the chemistry
building will put this university's
chemistry facilities on a par withi
those of other colleges," accordinga
to Dr. Anderson of the depart-
ment.
The remainder of the new wing
will be ready for use next semes-
ter, it is hoped.'
Alumni Men Plan
Meeting Here
Directors of the Michigan
Alumni Association from 25 dis-
tricts covering the entire country
will convene for a Boarrd meeting
in AnnA Arbor this Friday.
Luncwheon' at. the Michigan Un-
ion will gather the directors. Com-
mittee meetings in the afternoon
will be followed by dinner and
then the business session.t

Daily-Bill Ohlinger.
MUSICAL POLITICIANS-The Three Sharps, University students (left to right) Bill Brehm, Don
Srull, and Stan Challis, have entered 1948 politics the harmonious way. They are shown sere-
nading the crowds as members of Preston Slosssn's campaign entourage. The trio sang on campus
last year under the title of "The Vaughan House Trio."
Three Sharps Supply PoliiealHariiionv

Harmony may be something new
in politics but University students,
Bill Brehm, Don Srull, and Stan
Challis are supplying just that in
Prof. Preston Slosson's campaign
for Congress.
Billing themselves as the Three
Sharps, the trio are the Demo-
cratic Party's answer to Progres-
sive Party's guitar-playing candi-
date Glen Taylor.
S, * * *
They ARE members of the
French Movie
To Be Shown
By LArt Cinemnc
A new French "whounit" film, a
treatment of show business, com-
plete with scantily-clad women, is
in store for those who view "Jen-
ny Lamour," latest offering of the
Art Cinema League.
Co-sponsored by the Association
of Independent Men, the picture
stars Louis Jouvet, and a new dis-
covery, Suzy Delair, who, accord-
ing to Time, "Suggests a Mae West
who really means it."
The comedy-mystery-drama has
caused not a little excitement in
the East, drawing a "one of the
three best French pictures of the
year" from the New York Times.
Today and Wednesday leaflets
will be distributed throughout
campus describing the French
epic. "Jenny" will be shown at
8:30 p.m., Oct. 15 and 16 at Hill
Auditorium. The box office will
open at 2:00 p.m. Thursday.

off-campus group known as the
Students for Slosson.
But the trio are far from ama-
teur singers. They are the for-
mer Vaughan House Trio which
changed its name to Three
Sharps with the exiling of males
from Vaughan.

They have
local radio
commercially
affairs.

made recordings on
stations and sang
last year at campus

Campus
Calendar
Michigan Dames - Meeting;
fashion show, fall fashions for
the young married; 8 p.m.,
Rackham Assembly Hall.
A.D.A. - Meeting; Organiza-
tional meeting for fall term;
7:30 p.m., Rm. 16, A.H.
A.I.Ch.E. -Opening meeting;
Prof. H. W. Hobbs, noted ge-
ologist, guest speaker; 7:30
p.m. Rm. 348 W.E.
United World Federalists-
Meeting; Debate on degree of
power a world federation should
have at its beginning; 7:30 p.m.,
Hussey Room of the League.
American Society of Civil En-
gineers-Meeting; Talk by H. L.
Conrad, president of the Christ-
mas Company; 6:15 p.m., Rm.
3S, Union.
Polonia Club - Meeting;
short parliamentary procedure
lecture by Don Binkowsky and
singing of Polish songs; 7:30
p nm.. Int. Center.

IN THEIR FIRST appearance
in the Slosson Caravan, Friday
night, the trio found themselves
providing half-time entertain-
ment for the Manchester high
school's Home-coming footbaal
game.
The Caravan reaches three
towns each Friday and Satur-
day night.
Customary procedure is for the
trio to serenade the crowd with
several numbers, such as their
comical "Old MacDonald7 ands
then Slosson gives a short talk.
Following that the trio sings
again, climbs back into the sound
truck and moves on to the next
town.
IN ADDITION to the trio there
are at least fifty members in the
Students for Slosson group, who
precede the candidate and his trio
into each town by two days, dis-
tributing brochures and handbills
announcing the coming program.
'U Choir Concert
To Be Broadcast
The University Choir, directed
by Prof. Maynard Klein, of the
School of Music, will be present-
ed over station WUOM, Wednes-
day at 5:45 p.m.
The University's FM station will
present the 15 minute program di-
rect from Haven Hall. In the fu-
ture WUOM will feature the Mich-
igan Singers, a select division of
the Choir. also under the direc-
tion of Prof. Klein.
Prof. Klein, a new addition of
the school was a director at In-
terlochen, National Music Camp.
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Can You Hum,
itistle, sing?
scrdnrui faculty mEmra-
bers too-may auidtiGn for
"Varsity Night" at 730 p m. to-
day in Harris Hall
The Varsity Night committee
urges all vocal soloists, quartets,
instrumentalists, comedians and
variety act performers to try
out.
"Varsity Night," long a cam-
pus tradition, will be presented
by the University Band on Oct.
29 at Hill Auditorium.
Atom Energy
Position Given
U' Graduate
High posts in the Chicago Op-
erations Office, Atomic Energy
Commission will be filled by John
J. Flaherty, graduate of the Uni-
versity, and Dr. Selby M. Skin-
ner, technical research expert in
Washington.
Duties as assistant to the man-
ager of Chicago Operations, A.
Tammaro, will be performed by
Flaherty, '36, a former reporter on
the Enquirer and News, Battle
Creek, Michigan.
HE HAS BEEN active in public
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Following the war, Flaherty
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work in the capacity of Director
of Organization and Personnel.
The position or Director of the
Research Division will be held by
Dr. Skinner.
DR. SKINNER graduated from
the University of Washington
with a B.S. degree in 1928 and re-
ceived his Ph.D. degree in Physics
from the California Institute of
Technology in 1933.
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