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December 01, 1948 - Image 6

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THEE MIChTIGAN DAILY

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Half of New
Dorm T6 Open
Next February,
One-half of the new women's
Residence hal will be ready for
occupancy at the beginning of the
spring semester.
Rooms for 236 studenits will be
ready in February, according to
1Francis C. Shiel, business man-
ager of residence halls. The build-
ing, located adJacent to Mosher-
Jordan. will eventually house 510,
he said.
WOMEN NOW LIVING in
Vaughan House and Willow Run
Village will have top priority for
the rooms, Shiel said. Vaughan
House will again be used for men
students, next semester.
All space available next se-
mnester wvill be assigned to stu-
dents already enrolled in the
University, according to Mrs.
Mary Bromage, Associate Dean
of Women.
Work on the other half of the
dorm is not expected to be com-
pleted in time for occupancy this
spring, Shiel said.
COMPLETION of the new dorm
will boost the capacity of the Ob-
servatory residence hall system to
nearly 1,800. Stockwell, Mosher-
Jordan, and Couzens Halls now
house 1,065 students.
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POLLED SHORTHORN BULL CHAMPION-HIarold Thieman,
son of the owner, stands beside King of the Vanities 50th, after
the Concordia, Mo., bull was named champion of the polled short-
horn breed at the International Livestock show at Chicago.
BOSTON SYMPHONY:
BeK (fssevtsky S Last, Here

WORTHY Of YOUR

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The Boston Symphony orches-
tra, under the direction of Serge
Koussevitsky, will visit Ann Arbor
for a concert at 8:30 p.m. Monday
in Hill Auditorium.
The concert will be a somewhatl
wistful occasion for many admirx
ers of Koussevitsky: for this will
probably be his last appea rance
here with thie Bocitoii Orchestra.
AT THE t': ND of thecturrent
season the (listituislied conduc-
tor will retire after 25 years of
notable service with this famedl
organization.
Koussevitsky will relinquish
his baton next fall to Charles
Muench, now heading the
French National Orchestra.
The Boston Symphony has been.
under Koussevitsky's leadership
Correcion
The name of Roberta "Bobbi"
Reid, SL candidate, was incorrect-
ly spelled in. The DalysedaIy.
Her statement reads:
Thle function of the 8,tudent
Legislature is to represent the stu-
dent. body in academic and social
activities so that campuis affairs
are democratically controlled.
The names of J-Hop Candi-
dates Jim Smith and Dick Hitt
were omitted from the list pub-
lished on this page yesterday. Hitt
and Smith petitioned late but
their names are on the ballot.

since 1924, a tenure far exceeding
that of any of his predecessors.
Now the orchestra's name is al-
most synonymous with his own.
BORN IN RUSSIA, the eminent
conductor founded and directed
the LKous sevitsky Symiphony Or-
clicstria from 1911 t~o 1918, and in
thin capac'ity r013{ideextensive tours
of 1'1ussi x.
After the revolution, he went
to Paris and made a sensation
conducting his own concert
series there. At this point, the
'Trustees of the Boston -Sym-
p~honly induced him to come to
America.
For a quarter of a century,
Koussevitsky has devoted the
greate~r part of his career to his
orchestra, while identifying him-
self with the United States of
_wfieh he is new a citizen.
A limited number of tickets for
the concert is available at the of-
fices of the University Musical So-
ci etyN in Burton Tower.

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'The general meeting of the
United World Federalists will,
be field, as previously sched-
uled, at 7:30 pan. today, Hen-
derson Room, Michigan League.
The meeting has not been can-
celled as reported in the DOB.

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