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Television To
Oust Radio,
Students To
Bannister Speaks,
To Speech Group
Wherever television penetrates
it will replace all or most of radio,
Harry Bannister, manager of sta-
tion WWJ-TV, told the monthly
speech assembly yesterday.
"Thus, our great problem is how
to keep radio healthy as we bring
television up," he said.
RADIO'S WELFARE is impor-
tant, Bannister said, because with-
in a few years every city of 50,-
000 or more will have TV, but 40
per cent of the country will always
be out of TV's range.
He declared that because there
is an increasing amount of sig-
nal interference as new video
stations are added, the Federal
Communications Commission
has ceased granting any new
charters until this problem can
be solved.
Bannister said that eventually
TV stations will have to be spaced
100 to 200 miles apart.
* * *
"TELEVISION WILL contrib-
ute materially in stimulating in-
terest in government," Bannister

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DO R E E, JAGEL TO SING:

Messiah'
Two leading Metropolitan Opera
stars will be among the solo art-
ists taking part in the "Messiah"
concerts at 8:30 p.m. Saturday
and 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Hill Au-
ditorium.
Frederick Jagel, tenor, has
been a leading artist at the Met-
ropolitan for many years and is
renowned for the variety of roles!
ue has mastered in both opera;

Stars Met Artists

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and oratorio.
* * * .
JAGEL HAS been heard in Ann
Arbor at May Festival concerts
several times in the past.
The Brooklyn-born tenor gained
his start in music singing in
church choirs and in the movie
houses up and down Broadway.
One of his first jobs was at
the Rivoli Theatre in New York,
where he sang prologues to thex
feature pietures.
Eventually' Jagel sang his way
through Italy, Holland and Spain.
He finally came back to Broad-
way for a resounding debut at thet
Met.
Successful performances in this
country and South America have
established Jagel's reputation as
one of the most magnificent tenors
of the present day.-
DORIS DOREE, dramatic so-
prano, will make her Ann Arbor
debut singing in the "Messiah"
this week end.
Miss Doree has won outstand-
ing success with the Metropol-
itan Opera Association and on
tour.
During her recent tour of Eng-
Sigma Pi To Meet
For Reactivation
Sigma Pi, national social fra-
ternity, will make plans for reac-
tivation on the University campus
at meetings tomorrow and Sat-
urday in the Union.
Men interested in re-forming a
group heremayrmeet with local
alumni of the fraternity from 4
to 6 p.m. tomorrow in Rm. 3A
and from 10 to 12 a.m. Saturday
in Rm. 3B.
State Drug Co.
State and Packard
ICE CREAM - LUNCHES
DRUGS

Government
JobsBest 13et
For Women
Women can usually go further
in government work than in bus-,
iness or industry, according to D.
T. Jaeger of the U.S. Civil Service.
But he added that the oppor-
tunities are greater for those with
specialized training.
Jaeger, chief of the federal civil
service in the ,Ann Arbor district,
spoke yesterday in the third of a
series of occupational meetings
sponsored by the Bureau of Ap-
pointments and Occupational In-
formation.
Insurance executive T. R Eg-
gleston told senior women that
there are usually openings for
women in office positions but that
they are seldom hired for field l
work.
He added, however, that "many
women become their own agents
and earn more on a commission
basis than some men who work
for companies."
Civil Rights Group
Will FormT oday
A meeting to form a campus
chapter of the National Civil
Rights Congress will be held at
p.m. today in the Union.
Purpose of the organization is
to safeguard individuals and
groups from infringements on
their civil rights, according to or-
ganization spokesmen.
Hy Bershad, chairman pro tem
of the organization, has invited all,
interested persons to attend the
meeting.

Business Supplies
Exhibited Today
Exhibits of business machines
and supplies will be shown today
and tomorrow in the Rackham
Building under sponsorship of the
business administration school.
The show of manufacturers' and
dealers' products will be open to
the public both days from 1 to 5
p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m.
Hitch a Ride
With a Classified
MICHIGAN
HELD OVER!
®® HE'LL TAKE THE WHOLE
0 WORLD...AND YOU

ART CINEMA LEAGUE and
INTER-RACIAL ASSOCIATION
present
JOHN STEINBECK'S
Burgess Meredith Lans Chaney, Jr.
"Poignant and tender" -LIFE
Tough and raw" -TIME
'Hollywood for once displays deep re-
spect for a serious -writer."-NATION
FRIDAY, SATURDAY
7 P.M. and 9 P.M. 50c
Tickets at University Hall at 10 A.MI.
ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM
(Architecture Building)

FREDERICK JAGEL DORIS DOREE
land and the Scandinavian coun- THE OTHER artists taking solo
tries, Miss Doree was hailed as parts in the "Messiah" will be Nan
"one of the greatest international Merriman, American contralto,
artists." and John Gurney, bass.
* Tickets for the "Messiah" may
THE FIRST American operatic be purchased at the University
artist to appear in Scandinavian Musical Society Offices, Burton
countries since the war, Miss Tower.
Doree broadcast with orchestra in
a program beamed all over Eu- Gotta Match?
rope at the start of the season.
NIAGARA FALLS, New York -
The King and Queen of Den- Of more than 430 million acres of
mark heard the broadcast and state-owned and private forest
attended Miss Doree's perform- lands in the United States, only 65
ance in Copenhagen. per cent have some protection
At the close of the opera, uponI against the ravages of fire, ac-
receiving ovation after ovation cording to conservation officials
Miss Doree was presented with here.
a laurel wreath. Only one singer , They also said that 35 per cent
had ever before received this rare of woodlands are vulnerable to
Danish tribute-Enrico Caruso. flames.

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in
"JULIA MISBEHAVES"

There Is No Better CHRISTMAS
GIFT than
A VICTOR
ECORDS
A Few of the Special Christmas
Releases on Victor Records

CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
Any Make Any Model
PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS
Small down payment will deliver
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. Univ. 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-1213
}1S

WANTED TO RENT
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
PERSONAL

WANTED

MIDDAY SNACK
at
Campus Inn
(Greene Cleaners Building)

CHRISTMAS ECONOMY
A select group of regular
VAN BOVEN SHIRTS
Especially chosen for the
Christmas Season. $3.85

FREEI
Win a radio in the
Photo Contest.he
for the rules. . .
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RADIO
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"A real triumph" --- Mich. Daily
SOME GOOD SEATS STILL AVAILABLE
for
The Gilbert & Sullivan Society
production of
Yeomen of the Guard

Thursday --- Dec. 9
Pattengill Auditorium
(Ann Arbor High School)
Tickets $1.20 and 90c, tax incl.

8 P.M.
U. Hall

and at the door before performances

ORPH EUM

Friday - Saturday
Sunday
Continuous from 1:30 P.M. Daily
In French - English Titles

An Intimate Theatre Bring-
ing Cinena Triumphs
From All Nations

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PARIINN TYPICAL GALLIC MANNER"N. post -
ANARTHUR MAYER-JOSEPHBURSTYNRELeASEt
EXCELLENT MINIATURES

LOLLIPOP TREES
Permanent. Tinsel, star, 22 lollipops.
All for $1.69 Children love it!
Entirely new at TUCKAWAY HOUSE
East Liberty at Maynard. )11S
BEAUTIFUL HOMERAISED canaries,
parakeets and finches. Bird supplies
and cages. Mrs Ruffins. 562 S. 7th.
) 2w
REMINGTON SCHICK ELECTRIC
RAZORS
These and other men's furnishings
WIKEL DRUG CO.
1101 South University
SAVE DOLLARS ON GIFTS
and holiday apparel
During Our Pre-Christmas Sale
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street
)18S
Christmas Cards - Gift Stationery
Leather Brief Cases - Newest in Books
Overbeck Bookstore
1216 South University )6S
HAVE YOU SHOPPING WORRIES?
The perfect Christmas gift
A GIFT CERTIFICATE from
Slater's Bookstore
)7S
PRE-CHRISTMAS BLOUSE SALE
Cottons and Rayons - Long and Short
Sleeves-Values to $5.95 NOW $2.95
RANDALL'S
306 South State Street )3S
LOOK! IMPORTED PIPES!
Dunhill, G.B.D., Parker
Fine Humidors and Pipe Racks
Beatty Jet Pipe Lighters
CALKINS-FLETCHER DRUG CO.
)19S
With Each Dram of
LANVIN PERFUMES
A Gold and Black Bottle for
Purse or Dressing Table
CALKINS-FLETCHER DRUG CO.
)16S
WATCHES
For Men and Women
EIBLER'S
308 South State Street 13S
COONS BOOK STORE
The "Old Reliable" Staple Books
Make the Best Gift
Cooking - Etiquette - Homemakers
)8S
SOFT AS A KITTEN'S EAR
Brushed rayon pajamas and nightgowns
Sizes 14-20 Blue and Blossom
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Building. )15S
MAKE HERS A WARM CHRISTMAS
with a rayon satin quilted
BRUNCH COAT
THE VAN BUREN SHOP
8 Nickels Arcade 12S
A WINNER EVERY TIME!
Smith- Corona
PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS
O. D. MORRILLS
314 South State Street
14S

CLIFF HOFF ORCH.
features Dave Hildinger, Will Brask
and Homer Marple Ph. 2-8808
) 3P
FOR. RENT
FURNISHED HOUSE available for
Christmas holiday. Rent free to re-
sponsible student couple who are
separated by housing shortage. Phone
2-2887 )5R
VACANCY for 2 male students In a suite
of rooms. 811,E, Ann, Phone 2-2052.
) 3R
BUSINESS SERVICES
BABY SITTING
References. Ph. 9826
)4B
"NEARLY NEW" QUALITY CLOTHING
Coats, $9-$25 Suits, $7-$25
Dresses, $2-$10 Skirts, $1-$8
Also other miscellaneous apparel
lildegarde Shoppe 109 E. Washington
lB
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
)2B
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
The Answer To Your Radio Problems
STUDENT RADIO SERVICE
Owned and Operated by Students
Economical Service - All Work Guar.
Pick Up and Delivery. Phone 9714
7-9 P.M. and All Day Saturday )8B
TRANSPORTATION
STUDENT desires ride to Wash., D.C.
or Richmond, Va. The 17th or 18th.
Bert Damran-4494. )1T
WANTED-Ride to Albany, Springfield
or Boston,- Dec. 16 or 17. Share ex-
penses, driving. Call Pete 4379. )2T
WANTED 2 rides to Fla. Call Kip Sad-
ler 9371. 820 Hill St. If not there
leave message. )3T
SATURDAY, DEC. 11! ! Couple desire
ride to Grand Rapids. Call 2-9578
after 5. )29T
RIDE WANTED to or near Miami, Flor-
ida Xmas. vacation. Will share driv-
ing and expenses. Don Correll, 442
Michigan House-2-4401 )26T
DRIVING to Lincoln, Nebraska for
Christmas vacation. Room for two
passengers. Phone Buzz, 2-0793.
) 25T
DRIVING to North Carolina Dec. 18.
Will take one or two passengers.
Share expense. Box 162. )24T
COUPLE desires ride to N.Y. Share
driving and expenses. Call Irv 2-8797.
) l0T
FLORIDA, That's where I'm headin'
16th or 17th. Will share expenses,

APARTMENT for engineering student
and wife beginning spring semester.
Call Wayne Swett. Phone 2-0168 )35
BABY BED in good condition. With 30
by 54 mattress. Box 159, Mich. Daily.
) 13T
LOST AND FOUND_
LOST-K & 2 Slide Rule. Left in 177
B. A- Call 2-1349. )2L
LOST-1 brown leather fur-lined glove.
Call Eldridge at 2-3297. )3L
USED CARS
'34 FORD COUPE--Good condition. Re-
built engine. Heater. $215. Call at
1422 Broadway. )1U
PHIL HANSON USED CARS
1941CHEVROLET-Clu coupe. Hope-
chest blue. 4 new tires. Cabinet ra-
dio and tropical heater. Very clean
and well takim care of. Owned by a
little old lady who resembleddWhis-
tler's Mother. When we got this car
it had lace curtains on the back
window. Never driven over 35MPH or
out-of-town. We bought it because
the former owner won't be going
anywhere "from 5 to 15 years with
time off for good behavior." Bullet
hole patched up so you can't find
them anywhere.
PHIL HANSON USED CARS
3060 Washtenaw Ave. Phone 2-8733
)2U
FOR SALE
USED Remington Rand Portable Type-
writer Model No. 5. In excellent
working order. Carrying case includ-
ed. Call, Larry 8806 or leave message.
)18
DISTINCTIVE Tuxedo for sale: Cost
$250. Yours for $45. Like new. Size
38 or 39. Ph. Al Gutchess. 2-3171. )11
USED MEN'S BICYCLE in excellent
mechanical condition. $15.00. Phone
2-0793. )12
SILVER RACCOON COAT. Worn two
seasons. Original price $400. Will sell
for $100. Call 7225 after 7. )13
FOR SALE: '41 Chev. Bus. Coupe. $835.
R & H. Call John Amory. 2-6373. 12-
1 p.m., 6-7 p.m.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.- Taxicab
and franchise for sale by graduating
student. Norman E. Hearn, 216 S. In-
galls, Apt. 10. Phone: 2-3426 )15
1949 GOLF EQUIPMENT
and Bagboy collapsible cadycarts
JOHNNY MALLOY PRO PH. 2-2058 .
)16
TAILS-Size 37-38. Complete. Fine
condition. Phone Bill No. 5806 )17
BARGAIN-'41 Olds 6 Tudor, hydro-
matic. Excellent and economical for
student. Heater and new tires, $825.
Ph. 7805. )87
ANTIQUES for Xmas presents. Also MW
apt. size refrigerator, guaranteed.
1117 Church. Phone 2-2697. )74
ARGOFLEX camera, good condition, ex-
cellent pictures, $50.00. Call Bill-
2-6824. )9
DARK GREEN Tuxedo Coat trimmed
in gray muskrat. Less than 1 year
old. Size 15. $50. Call 25-9548 evenings.
)8
TUX-SIZE 36, good condition, $20.
Call 2-2763, 12-1 or after 5. )7
WASH. MACHINE, wringer type. Good
condition. Call 2-2763 12-1 or after 5.
)99
BLUE FOX FUR jacket like new. Size
18. $50. Lg. Hartman wardrobe trunk,
$20.. Man's bicycle, $15. All in good
condition. Ph. 6807. )97
NEED BAIL money for my brother.

with the

ORMSBYS"
On the Village Square
in Dexter

MENDELSSOHN: Midsummer Night's Dream - Suite
Toscanini and NBC Symphony
SCHIASSI: Christmas Symphony
Fiedler and Sinfonietta
RACHMANINOFF: Rhapsody on a Paganini Theme
Rubinstein, Susskind and Philharmonic Orchestra

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FINE
HOME-COOKED
DINNERS
AT PRICES THAT
YOU ARE HAPPY
TO PAY

MOUSSORGSKY: Pictures at an Exhibition
Vladimir Horowitz, Pianist
MASSENET: "La Reve" from Manon
Tagliavini with Orchestra

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These. are Representative of the varied selections avail-
able in our Classical Record Department. Our "Down-
stairs" Popular and Children's Record Departments
are equally prepared to meet your Christmas shopping
needs.

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Now in Stock at
Music Center.

Open Daily 'til 7:30
Closed Sunday

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RECOMMENDED
By DUNCAN HINES
in
"Adventures in Good Eating"
STEAKS - CHOPS
SEA FOODS
HOME-BAKED

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Music on Records is a Pleasure
As Well as a Business at

NINE OUT OF TEN
COME BACK AGAIN

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PHONE 2-2500

Academy Award Cartoon
"TWEETIE PIE"

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"AMERICA
THE BEAUTIFUL"

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PASTRIES (Just Across from Hill Auditorium)
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FAMILY-STYLE DINNERS s
{ You eat food daily, but how often
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WARM CHRISTMAS DREAMS IN
Flannelette Pajamas and Gowns
$3.95 and up Sizes 35-40

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