T CII HEA DfAI LY
,Tfl~iSDAY, DECEMBER~ 2, x.948
Raab Chosen as Violin
.Soloist for Winter Tour
A member in long standing of
the University Symphony Orches-
tra will take his place as violin
soloist when the orchestra begins
its tour this month.
Emil Raab, a graduate student,
has been attending the University,
since1945. During that time he
as been concert-master of the
niversity Symphony and a mem-
er ofthe Faculty String Quartet.
jDormitory News I
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Contributors to
What's Up in the Dorms should con-
tact Dolores Palanker at The Daily or
105 Betsy Barbour).
Assembly, independent women's
organization, is accepting pledges
this week toward the complete
maintenance of one displaced stu-
dent which the association will
Although not a campus-wide
drive, Assembly is providing the
opportunity for non - affiliated
women to contribute to the fund-
raising campaign, the goal of
which is $1,000.
IDORM PRESIDENTS are in
charge of :their individual houses
.aid may turn contributions into
the Assembly office in the League
foin 4-5 p.m. tomorrow. Individ-
ual contributions will be accepted
from 3-5 p.m. today and tomorrow
in the Assembly office.
ROLAND PURDY and Tom
Roach of Michigan House, West.
Quad, will take part in a forum
with Nettle Fletcher and Rol-
inue Jackson of Jordan Fal
today at Jordan.
The subject of the debate will
be "Is the exposition of Commu-
nists and the removal of Commu-
nists from government and non-
government positions an infringe-
mnent on our Civil Rights?" Sam-
uel J. Eldersveld of the political
science department will act as
* * * -
AN ELIMINATION tourna-
ment in debating is now taking
place at West Quad, the win-
ning house of which will receive
a trophy donated by Green's
Cleaners during the week of
Jan. 10. Barry Driggers of Win-
chell House is in charge.
The Michigan style of debating
used, with each house in the
d having one team composed
four men-two defending the
positive point of view, two the
-he subject of the debate is
hall World Federalism be estab-
RAAB BEGAN his study
violin at the age of eight, and in
addition took lessons in piano and
theory. After completing high
school he became a member of the
National Orchestra Association
and filled professional engage-
ments. He made his debut as a
recitalist in 1940 in New York
During the war Raab spent
two years with the army in the
European Theatre, where he was
member of the Army Band.
There he met Heifetz, the fa-
Later Raab attended the Ameri-
can University at Schrivenham,
England, where he was concert-
master of the orchestra, whose di-
rector was Thor Johnson, guest
conductor of the May Festivals.
* * *
SINCE HIS arrival in Ann Ar-
bor, Raab has studied under Gil-
bert Ross and has given a num-
ber of recitals. He appeared as
soloist with the University Sym-
phony in May, 1946, and will be its
soloist during the tour this win-
Last June he received the Albert
A. Stanley Award for his achieve-
ments in the field of music.
Will Feature Section
On 'U' Globe-Trotters
You may be just the person for
whom the 1949 Michiganensian is
The 'Ensian is planning a spe-
cial section which will feature
photographs taken of University
students who were in Europe last
summer, for any reason whatso-
The feature, however. will ap-
pear in the 'Ensian only if globe-
trotting students will provide some
pictures which may be used as
part of it.
If you took any pictures while
you were abroad last summer, or
if you had pictures taken of
yourself while touring far-away
lands, the 'Ensian requests that
you bring them to its office in the
Student Publications Building by
Both prints and negatives will
be required, according to Virginia
Beabes, features editor of the
yearbook. Miss Beabes promises'
that any prints and negatives re-
ceived will be treated with the ut-
Play for WWJ
Students in the speech depart-
ment's Radio Division will present
the first original television drama
of the current season at 8:30 p.m.,
Sunday, Dec. 12, in cooperation
with station WWJ-TV in Detroit.
The play, "Dementia Wilcox,"
by James Schiavone, is the first
in a series of four television shows
to be produced by the speech de-
partment, in cooperation with
WWJ-TV this year. Three similar
shows were produced last year.
THE PLAY, written here last
year in a radio writing class, is a
farce about a Hollywood publicity
department and the troubles it
has selling its talent. It repre-
sents a trend in video productions
toward the use of scripts written
especially to be televised.
The plan, which was arranged
by Prof. Garnet Garrison in
cooperation with Thomas Riley,
senior televisionist of Station
WWJ-TV, is designed to give
students experience in a profes-
sional television show.
Although the play was cast and
is being rehearsed here on. campus,
camera rehearsals will be held in
Detroit before the actual produc-
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the PresIdent, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Satur-
THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1948
VOL. LIX, No. 61
Teacher's Oath: Any February
candidates for the Teacher's Cer-
tificate who have not already
takenthe Teacher's Oath should
do so on Friday, Dec. 3, in Rm.
1437 University Elementary
School. This is a requirement for
the Teacher's Certificate.
Students intending to apply for
admission for the Spring Semester
to the College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts on transfer
from any other school on campus
must have their applications and
all necessary transcripts on file in
the Office of Admissions with Ad-
vanced Standing, 1209 Angell Hall,
on or before Jan. 1, 1949.
Mr. G. M. Chute, of the General
Electrical Company, will talk to
engineers and physicists on Thurs-
day, Dec. 2, 5 p.m., 348 W. Engi-
neering Building, on "Technical
Graduates with General Electric
Company." This talk, which cov-
ers descriptions of the various
kinds of work with the company,
will be of interest to physicists
and to all types of engineers who
are candidates for the bachelor's
or master's degree.
The Bureau of Appointments
announces the following inter-
views far February graduates:
Monday, Dec. 6-The American
Viscosg Corp. will have a repre-
sentAive here to interview men
for positions as chemists, account-
ants, and chemical, mechanical
and industrial engineers.
Tuesay, Dec. 7-The Detroit
Civil'elrvice Commission will have
a representative here to interview
men. and women for business ad-
ministration positions, and men
only for engineering, general psy-
chology chemistry, and medical
science positions. The residence
requirement is waived. Men and
women may also apply for the po-
sition of play leader for now,
February, and next summer. Resi-
dence is required except for vet-
erans. The position of social
worker is open to men and women,
for which there is no residence re-
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
quirement. Appointments a n d
further information may be ob-
tained at 201 Mason Hall or by
calling Ext. 371.
The William W. Cook Lectures
on American Institutions. Fifth
series, "Characteristically Ameri-
can." Fourth lecture, "Religion in
America." Dr. Ralph Barton Perry,
Harvard University. 8 p.m., Thurs.,
Dec. 2, Rackham Amphitheatre.
Doctoral Examination for E. Lu-
cille Stickel, Zoology; thesis:
"Populations and Home Range
Relationships of the Box Turtle,
Terrapene Carolina (Linnaeus),"
1 9 a.m., Thurs., Dec. 2, Rm. 3089
Natural Science Bldg. Chairman,
Applied Mathematics Seminar:
4 p.m., Thurs., Dec. 2, Rm. 247 W.
Engineering Bldg. Prof. N. Coburn
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FEATURES START AT
12:15 - 3:10
6:07 - 9:10 P.M.
ENROUTE TO WASHINGTON-Madame Chiang Kai-Shek ( first
lady of China, accompanied by Raymond Muir, assistant chief of
protocol for the state department (left) and Rear Adm. John R.
Redman, deputy commander of Western Sea Frontier (center),
drives away from her plane after her arrival here from China.
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A select group of regular
VAN BOVEN SHIRTS
Especially chosen for the
Christmas Season. $3.85 )4S
DOUGLAS H. HARRIS, Jeweler
Has an excellent selection of
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Permanent. Tinsel, star, 22 lollipops.
All for $1.69 Children love it!
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FOR HER CHRISTMAS
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Come in and see our lovely
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308 South State Street
A "MUST" ON YOUR SHOPPING LIST
Christmas cards and
Christmas wrappings from
O. D. MORRILL'S
314 South State Street )14S
TO PLEASE HER ON CHRISTMAS
Why not buy her favorite
brand of hosiery at the
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Building
DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
Complete stocks at our stores
Come in and look.
CALKINS FLETCHER DRUG COMPANY
BEAUTIFUL HOMERAISED canaries,
parakeets and finches. Bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruffins. 562 S. 7th.
DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH presents
A PLAY FOR CHILDREN
The Emperor's New Clothes
By Charlotte Chorpenning
A large stock of Christmas
GREETING CARDS and NOTE PAPER
Can be found at the
OVERBECK BOOKSTORE )6S
SLATERS HAS BOOKS
For that young brother or sister.1
The Perfect Gift for Christmas.
Visit Our Children's Book Dept. Now!
SLATER'S BOOKSTORE )7S
COONS BOOK STORE
"For all Books, see us
First, Last and Always!"
14 NICKELS ARCADE
THE GIFT THAT ALWAYS PLEASES
...CANDY-in a special Christmas
WIKEL DRUG COMPANY
1101 South University )9S
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFER!
1-3 OFF on all MASTERCRAFT PIPES
Pipes priced $3.50-7.50. Reduced 33 1-3%
ALEXANDER DRUG STORE
727 North University )10S
Anything She Desires at the
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED-Recent model portable type-
writer in good condition. Call 6578 at
FIVE Room House for rent. Inquire'
9370 Rickett Rd., Brighton, Phone
WEEK-END GUESTS? Rooms available
in private homes. Call Student Rm.
Bureau, 2-8827, 6:30-8:30 p.m. )2R
VACANCY for 2 male students in a suite
of rooms. 811 E. Ann, Phone 2-2052.
WANTED TO RENT
APARTMENT wanted for married couple
beginning February. Call 2-4551, Stitt.
WOULD like to rent or share room start-
ing Feb. semester. Will place month's
deposit. Contact Harry R. Smith, 411
E. Gaines, Lawrenceburg, Tenn. )2J
BOYS Bike, excellent condition. Phone
7703 after 5. )72
'41 PONTIAC, 2 dr. sedan. Excellent
cond., radio, heater. Call 2-8764. )83
BLUE Overcoat, size 38-40, good condi-
tion. Ph. 2-7751. )82
FOR SALE-Tux, 37 Long, usual good
shape, etc., etc. Call 2-2202, Jay, after
8 p.m. )81
'35 CHEVROLET. Heater. Excellent mo-
tor, good tires. New Paint. Call 2-7972.
ANTIQUES for Xmas presents. Also MW
apt. size refrigerator, guaranteed.
1117 Church. Phone 2-2697. )74
ROYAL Portable Typewriter with carry-
ing case. Good condition, $40. Ph.
2-9481 afternoons and evenings. )78
PLYMOUTH 1937 Coupe. Body and tires
good. Good running condition. Heat-
er. $300. Call 7154. )73
PLYMOUTH Cpe. 42. R. & H. 3000 mi.
motor guarantee. Good tires, uphol-
stery and paint. $980. 25-7369 after
8 p.m. )71
BICYCLE-Schwinn Lightweight, excel-
lent condition, three speed, generator.
Phone 2-3632. )69
COMPLETE wardrobe-size 11-12. Suits,
coats, dresses, skirts, sweaters, hats,
etc. Tues., Wed., Thurs. evenings
only. 417 So. Div., Ph. 6417. )76
RCA Victor Phonograph in perfect con-
dition. Purchased late last summer
for $30.00 Used only few times. Will
sell for $19.50. Call 2-4383 after 5 p.m.
SPORTS - FEATURES
FRATERNITIES - SORORITIES
Be wise-buy your copy for five dollars
-avoid the price increase. Buy now
at the Student Publications Building
from 2-5. )6
TWO Boston Symphony concert tickets.
Telephone 4870. )4W
PAIR of Boston Symphony Tickets. Call
Jack Ullmann, Tel. No. 5515. )3W
MALE students to help in fraternity
dining room and kitchen. Call 7651
and ask for steward. )1H
HARLEY STEVEN KOHNER
ARRIVED IN TOWN LAST'SUNDAY
Win a radio in the 1949 Michiganensian
Photo Contest. . . . Watch the Daily
for the rules. . . . Deadline December
15. ) 5P
CLIFF HOFF ORCH.
features Dave Hildinger, Will Brask
and oIomer Marple Ph. 2-8808
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Mido Wrist Watch, leather and
steel band. Ph. 2-6134. Reward )6L
LOST near Rackham, green pendant ear
ring. Phone 4782. )8L
LOST-Red-brown envelope containing
index cards. I've worked 50 hours on
these! Reward. Call Wilma, 9895. )3L
LOST-Parker 51, grey, between E. Med.
and Union Tues. eve. Call Mike,
LOST-Brown collie puppy, white tail,
paws, and chest. Answers to Duncan.
If found, please call Jane, 3513 Stock-
LOST-Old brown leather zipper note-
book. H. S. Aud., Monday, 29 Nov.
11 a.m. Parker 51 pen inside. Gradua-
tion depends on those notes. Reward.
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TYPING neatly and accurately done.
B. Permoda, 310 S. Division, Ph. 2-2755.
MOTION PICTURE PHOTOGRAPHY
"A great asset to any organization."
1507 White St. Ph. 8975 )6B
DRESSMAKING - ALTERATIONS
Formals a Specialty - Prices Reasonable
205 East Ann 2-2020
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Ph. 2-9020. )3B
BOUGHT AND SOLD - Men's used
clothing by Ben the Tailor at Sam's
Store, 122 E. Washington. )5B
"NEARLY NEW" QUALITY CLOTHING
Coats, $9 - $25 Suits, $7 - $25
Dresses, $2 - $10 Skirts, $1 - $8
Also other miscellaneous apparel
Hildegarde Shoppe 109 E. Washington
but what a picture.
- N.Y. Times
Art Cinema League and
Hillel Foundation present
"Those who go to it willfind it deeply ab-
sorbinzg, inoving, satisf ying and chastening."
Sold by pint or quart
(Greene Cleaners Bldg.)
Fri., 3:40 P.M.
Sat., 1:30 and 3:30 P.M.
Tickets: Children 30c - Adults 60c (tax incl.)
Box Office opens tomorrow 10 P.M.
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
RIDE wanted to Miami, Fla., Xmas.
Share driving, expenses. Bob 2-0113.
WANTED-Ride to Los Angeles or as
close as possible. Share driving, ex-
penses. Call 2-8764. )7T
STUDENT desires ride to Rock Island or
Galesburg, Ill., or vicinity on Dec. 17
or 18. Will share expenses and driv-
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E. Q. )2T
WANT 2 men to share expenses, driving
to Los Angeles. Leaving Dec. 17. Write
Box 158, letting me know how to con-
tact you. Not later than this Sat. )9T
STUDENT couple desire ride to or near
St. Paul, Minnesota for Christmas
holidays. Share driving and expenses.
References. Call 2-9643 after6. )8T
RIDE wanted to or near Philadelphia
Xmas vacation. Will share driving and
expenses. Bill Neil, 442 Michigan
STUDENT would like ride to and from
vicinity Plainfield, N.J. or, NYC for
Xmas vacation. Will share driving
and expenses. Cali Cal Leedy, 418
Cooley, 2-4591. )3T
STUDENT wants part-time work till
June. Monday thru Thursday nites
or mornings. Call Cole, 2-4551 from
11-1 or after 10 P.M. ) lE
-- DEC.4, 5
50C 8:30 P.M
Box Office Open Friday at 2 P.M.
GOOD SEATS STILL AVAILABLE
The Gilbert & Sullivan Society
NINE OUT OF TEN
COME BACK AGAIN
On the Village Square
35c until 5 P.M.
ni of the Guard
- Dec. 7, 8, 9
nn Arbor High School)
20 - 90c, Tax Incl.
- U. Hall
An Intimate Theatre
Bringing Cinematic Triump hs
From All Nations
First Ann Arbor Showing
Friday - Saturday - Sunday
Containing the thrilling new
trend of cinema-symphony
AT PRICES THAT
YOU ARE HAPPY
Open Daily 'til 7:30
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F FAMILY-STYLE DINNERS '
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