PACT fi S
THE MiTTTCAN DAIIN
'Campus Quarter' To Feature
'Discov ered' Student Talent
"Campus Quarter," the League-Union radio show heard at
3:45 a.m. every Saturday over station WPAO, will go on a "Talent
Hunt" this week.
Produced by Al Nadau, the pro ra nwill fea tre a variety show
composed of talented students who have been "discovered" in the
Union's talent search.
UNDER~ THE DIRECTION of 'Bob Perrin, '40F&C, Union enter-
tainment committee chairman. "TalentIlHunt" has been rapidly
organizing a list of students with all different types of talent.
Tentative plans call for a huge variety show at IHill Audito-
rium to be put on by this group this Spring.
Tomorrow's program, arranged by Barbara Barnes, will include1
numbers by a West Quad dance combo, vocalist, Bobbie Ackerman,
and the Zete Quartet.
DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT
STAG or DRAG
BEAT THE BAND
REDUCED RATES: To the Ladies prior to 9:00
"MEET ME AT THE TEMPLE"
DON'T MYTH IT!-Sophomorc women take their places for a fin
tomorrow in Lydia Mendelssohn as part of the annual Soph Caba
child, played by Harriet Stober, while Jupiter, Doris Buser, Ven
ances will be given at 8:30 and 10 p.m. on, both nights. See story o
TUIIERCULOSIS CASES DECREA SE:
ShowRecord Drop> in 194
A significant decrease in the closed by Dr. Warren E. Forsythe,
niumber of tuberculosis cases director of Health service.
found in students entering the '"Six thousand new students
University this fall has been dis- were X-rayed this fall, and only
____________________________ two cases of active tuberculosis
were found in men and none mn
RORwomen tdent," r. Forsythe
WIG AND ROBE BALL * * *
(RECORDS kept during the 13-
can be seen by contacting year period during which X-rays
Bud Rauner or Ray Okonski of new students have been taken
show that an average of two out
of every 1,000 students were found
to have tuberculosis. Fourteen
cases were detected in the fall of
1947, 12 in men and two in wom-
"This year's record shows a
marked drop below the aver-
-ge" Dr. Forsythe declared.
Whether it is a chance varia-
tion or is due to the decline of the
and earn disease in society we caunot say"
THlE CHEST X-RAY is a part
of the complete physical exam-
ination ivnto all students en-
CUrrent rate on insUredi active case of tuberculosis is dis-
covered, the student is sent home
savsgs r. aFmrs.the also revealed
T ir' Adventures
8 Students who participated in
NSA's tri-nation tour of Europe
last summer xvill get a chance to
air their experiences Dec. 19, on
* WJR, Detroit.
Harvey Weisberg, '50L, regional
NSA president asked that all stu-
116 North Fourth Ave. dents who went on the tour get
Opposite Court House in touch with him at 2-0438. Stu-
Phone 2-2549 dents will probably participate on
WJR's "In Our Opinion."
Assets Over $12,000,000 Weisberg said that NSA was
preparing a booklet on foreign
tours for students for next summer
which will be ready in January.
Petitions for a non-credit music literature course comparable
Music Literature 41 are einf, circulated this weck by members
the Student Legislature.
al rehearsal of "A Date with Jupiter," to be presented tonight and
ret. Coed babysitter Paulin Zimmerman reads ancient myths to
us, Nancy Stenbuck, and satyrs cavort in the background. Perform-
n page 5.
SL Seeking Music Lit Course
Open to Entire 'U' Comrmunity
Subject to University approval and available facilities, the course
would be- open to all members of th e University community and would
be designed for those unable to take the accredited course because
of inadequate facilities and non-student status.
THlE PROJECT HAS BEEN UNDERTAKEN by James P. Jans,
'49, and Marvin L. Falier, '50BAd, who report that it has met with
the approval of Erich A. Walter, dean of students, and other faculty
It is believed the course will be particularly beneficial in providing
an opportunity for student wives to take part in a popular University
LETS GO!... to the
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More than 300 wildlife experts
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Midwest Wildlife Conference,
which will continue through Sat-
Sponsors of the meeting are the
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BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNER - SNACKS
Sunday 5:00 P.M. to Saturday 2:30 P.M.
Sunday Breakfast 8:00 A.M. to 1 :00 P.M.
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When downtown stop at the White Spot - 328 ScAth Main
that injections against influ-
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000 students, student wives, fac-
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HARD TO FIND
AS A NEEDLE IN A
But we, saved 35 new
Royal Portable Typewrit-
ers for Christmas presents
We will let you buy
Enchanting wool dolls on soft velvet ... a boy
for one foot, a girl for the other.
Fire Engine Red Flannelette
Modern adaptation of the old-fashioned slit side
night shirt Grandnon wore .. . cozy warm and
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