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THF MICHIGANDAY

T1YESD~Y,

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By JOHN OSMUC1NDSEN
In the summer of 1946, concert goers saw and heard the Woody
Hlerman orchestra play a concert at Carnegie Hall. Everyone went
'tome very surprised and not a little confused, for what they heard
vas not just dance music, swine, jazz, nor even classical music; the
. oncert had the flavor of all these forms-and more. Two of the
compositions played at the concert were Ebony Concerto, written
especially for the Herman aggregation by the contemporary Russian
composer, Igor Stravinsky, and Summer Sequence, written by Ralph
Burns, the Herman arranger, composer, and pianist. Both composi-
tions have been recorded, but the latter has just been released in
Herman's Sequence in Jazz (Columbia album, 177). In this album,
the listener will find Herman doing what Kenton, Raeburn, and Mc-
Kinnley have been working on for the past two years. Perhaps
there are a few occasional rough spots, but nevertheless, Herman has
put in his bid for "how modern can you get?" title.
THlE ALBlUM contains Summer Sequence, which covers tour sides,
and "Lady McGowan's Dream, which fills the other two. Both are
Ralph Burns creations and are more or less a step in the direction
toward discovering the what in the question, "after be-bop, what?"
Jazz is in, what might be termed, a transition period between the
strictly ad lib and the more formal means, of musical expression. These
compositions were originally written for piano and orchestra with a
symphonic touch, but there are a few fine head arranged solos
interspersed throughout both. Neither be-bop nor dissonance is over
emphasized, though both influences, along with outcroppings of
Stravinsky's Rite of Spring, can be recognized occasionally. The music
in this album is qite uncommercial and probably won't be a big
seller, but we believe that Herman and Burns have made some real
contributions to the music world with their new release.
IF YOU COULDI SEE ME NOW is one of the songs that helped
pave Sarah Vaughan's road to fame, but this week we find Miss Peggy
Lee trying her hand at it with the very able assistance of hubby, Rave
Barbour and his orchestra. Peggy does quite well with the number,
and the intimate background provided by the Barbour orchestra makes
it a fine dance number. Something called Blumn-Blum may be found
on rythe other side of this disc-if you want to go that far. It is a
novelty number sung by Peggy and might be her answer to Beatrice
Kay's Hooray-Hooray. Barbour again backs his trim little spouse,
but this time he features his Nicksieland Band. For good dancing
and ,a lot of laughs, the Lee-Barbour combination fills the bill with
this release. (Capitol 15371).

Jobs for 'U'
ng Announced

[IAII'Y OFnCIAI, BI.ljLETIN]

March 8 is the deadline for en-
gineers who wish to apply for job
appointments for work with the
U.S. Burea u of Reclamation in 17
states in the WNest this summer,
according to the Department of
Civil Engineering.
Biggest demand is for civil en-
gineers. Other openings are me-

Pijb l irJ Tl ~il 'Ilielt- 1:11 1 )(ff i.11I
Ill( ers wl'. ( it 11 (fIix t'Ii 'i . _ut *&,:
for the Bililetlln sholid he "smi t ill
typewritfc n form to the Office of till
Assistant. to t hi. President, RoomiIlii A
Angell Hll, 1,\,3 :00 lL ton tI h11:1y
preceding piihuicait (11 *60 a. to l-i
mrdays).
TLIASDAV, AR('I 1. 11)
VOL LIX, No. 103

IEmu'oh nn-t for yb'tit1 ; liese ( 'oorse:.I
sion sl=criee0Office. ,or at.( the first
( lass session. Thedtegin r
t hose of the frtcasmeig
'o'lio[ students Attenlding thle
Michigan Union Opera xill hav e
late per-mission until one-half
hor fter the close of the per-I
I ormnance.

cedureS fol'r col lege graduates from I
June 27 to Auguis t 5.1
Tl etroit (Civil Service Coln-.
mi.ril ;ilann ounces exaina1T11(tio
for sltdii '! l edii sitn
geraCIl sc(1i(C'ce, achitecturalI
chical C.ieectr ica;l,;andl meI-
chanlic,1 nginecrl i1; , Occlupa-
tiojial the rapist, -cniior city plan-
ncr ju>.nior clerk, intermediate
clerk, junior welfare investigator.
junior ,ind se(nior buIilding operat -
ing' engineerT.and scond operatJf''Il-
1 in n nier'ta nie)
F'urthier intormlation about the;
above may be, obtained in the of-
fice at 3528 Admin. Bldg.

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tia "teriulu gy icSeminat': ' 'l .S ct= 10115 7, 8 1 i Ab~b tt1:' 1:.i.S]; ,..1, ti[.il 1 ;tim H w n _a ,
ca Bd. paxr'Rbrt EB. Se ins , 5Brt brol
Lindiberg. Subjec t: Epl ilidilog e xaini Room 23.1 A.1-.
of Hlirt op lassis.".

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En-.. 160: Wed., March 2,. 4-6 p .m.,
1508 F. Enlgineeringr Bldg,. Topic:
Hadaimiarc~s rmethod bfr Kolvine
the «%ave eqluationl. All gaut
:;ll1(lts ni t 11m 1 tned

Political Science 52: Hour' ex-
amiination WNedi. March 2, 10 ajm.
Sc tin2.3 Elde(rsvld) will take
exam inl Room 25A.y
Set 1ons 4 -, 1, tVernon lwill take'J

E'nglsh 2l2g'Pocinrn
American Liter ature) %will not
meet Tuesday, iMarich1,st.
Chemistry ColIo (Iu ium: 4 :13
p.m., 1300 Chemistry Bldg., Wed.,

.Notces'A representative of the East-
man Kodak Company will hold a
Student Tea: President and Mrs. mereting for interested candidates!

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gineering fields. Sophomores, ,jun-I Ruthven will be at home to stu- for senior and graduate chemists'
iors and seniors are eligible for dent from 4 to 6 o'c'lock Wednecs- in 151 Chemistry Bldg.. 11:30
work between 60 and 90 days from day afternoon, MVarchl 2. m~l., March 1. Those that have
June to September. _ 1 m tade arrangements for individual
ITeacher's Certificate Candidates:itevwsednoatn.

University (Community Center,? March' 2. Dr. Mianning will sperak
1045 Midway, Willow Village: on his work with "-The Absorption
Tues., Mar. 1, 8 p.m., Wives' Spectra of Some Di;azonium
Chub. Usha Trivedi will present Salts." All interestedi are invited.
"My India" in native dress.
Wed., Mar. 2, 8 p.m.., Ash Wed- Mathematics (Colloquium: Totes.,
nesday Service. Ceramics. Mar'. 1, 4 p.m., 3201 Angell Hall.

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FOUR IfIUND1RED positions will
be open for work on projects in
flood control, power, navigation,
and recreation.
Base pay salaries start from
$2,974 for seniors. If the
trainee's work is satisfactory, he
will be recommended to a per-
manent position with the Bu-
reau of Reclamation.
APPLICANTS must also take a
short civil service examination.
Deadline for the exam and appli-
cations is also March 8.
.I. E. Warnock, representative
of the Bureau of Reclamation
will discuss 'Reel amation-and
Your Future" at 4:15 p.m., MVon-
day in Rm. 11 West Engineer-}
ing BuildingIlie will interview
interested engineer-ring students
March 8.
Forms for further details and
applications are available in the
office of the civil engineering de-
partment, 304 West Engineering
Building.I

T1he 'Teachler ,'s Oath will be given I Fl-
to all June candidates for the ii1 nvryBtlhm
March 1, in Room 1437 U.S. Thisa Pennsylvania, announces severalI
isarequirement for the t4ce' fellowships and scholarships in
ceiic Civil Engineering. Applications
________are due early in March. For fur-
ther information, call at the Bu-
reauAr of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
As the result of special requests, ministration Building.
the Extension Service is adding
the following noncredit courses to The Continental Oil Company
its list of classes already an-I of Ponca City, Oklahoma, will
nounced. Ceramics: Basic ceramic have a representative here Fri.,
design applied to the potter's March 4, to interview candidates
wheel and simple uses of glares.I for positions in sales and sales
Planned especially for teachci's, administration, accounting, credit
and students of hand caTs.(,n extension and collection, field and
week.', fee $10.00, matei' .;$5.00.! office work in connec tion with
Instructor : Assistant Pr-ol. Grover! the scouting of oil field activities,
Cole, W ednes.day eveings begin- aicqtisitioit of mineral leases, and
nine; March 2, 3 to 10 p~im,, 12;5 title curing, for the land depart-
} Architecture Bildg;.I ment. Students should have eith-
Ornithology: Bird study course, cce a bachelor's or master's dlegree
ilhustrated lct ures and field trips, in accounting, business adm'inis-
Designed for family participation. tration, or economics. Further in-
Eight weeks, fee $4.00. Parents formation and application blanks
~who enroll may bring their chil-I may be obtained in the offices at
dren with no extra fee. Instruc- 3528 Admin. Bldg.
tor Dr. Nelson G. IHairston. Tues-
day evenings beginning Marc~h 15, RIadcliff College announces a
7:30 pam., 35 Angell Fll. I summer course in publishing pro-

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Thursday., Mar. 3, 8 p.m.,
amics. "Water-color class.
Sat., Mar. 5. 9-12 pm., V4
Club SDance.

Cel.-
H ives'

Leetures
Lecture, auspices of the Senior
Engineering Class. "Observations
on Europe," John Airey, Chairman
of the Board, King-Seeley Corpor-
ation, Ann Arbor, 7:30 p.m., Tues.,
Mar. 1, Architecture Auditorium.

Prof. Wilfred Kaplan will speakt
on Qualitative Analysis of DynaIM -
ical Systems.
Philosophy 34, make-uip exam
for the Fall Semester: Fri., March
4, 7:30, to 9:30, 1213 Angell Hall.
Contact the Philosophy Office if
you did not receive your notice.
Physical Chemistry Seminar:}
Thurs., March 3, 4:10 p.m., 1300
Chemistry. Prof. Ernst Katz will
present a demonstration and dis-
cussion of Bragg's Soap Bubble
Film Model of a Metal.

l o rer t
Studcnt Recital: Phyllis; Clark,
pianuist, will present a program at
'8 1)ai.. Wed., Matrch 2,Rackhanli
AssEinbVy1111.all, npartial fulfill
ment of the reqiuirements for the
Masteor of Mlusic degree. It will in-
dludc' comjx,,;itions by Bach,
Beethoven,. Mozart and Prokofieff,
and will b~e open to the public.
Miss Clark is at pup~il of Matrian
Owen.
Exitibitions
museum of art, Recent Acces-
sions, and"'-vgyt" Life Photo-
graph s, t hroug,,h Mariich 6; Five
Ameican Painters;, thiroughl March
22: Alumni Memorial Hall. daily
9-5; Sundays, 2-5. The public is
invited.
'Events Today
Science Research Club: Meet-
ing, Rackhiam Amphitheatre, 7:30
p.m. Program: "The Impact of
(Continued on Page 4)

IEconomic Lecture: Professor
'Theodore W. Schultz, of the Uni-
versity of Chicago. will speak on
"1Land and Food--the Long View"
on Tuesday afternoon, March 1,
at 4 :15 in Rackham. Amphithea-
tre under auspices of the Depart-
ment of Economics. The public is
invited. Professor Schultz is the
.sixth visiting economist to ap-
pear in the special series of lec-
tures and discussions on economic
issues and public policy.
Academic .Notices
Aerodynamics Seminar, Aero.

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Alpha Phi Omega I
Off icers Elected
Newly-elected officers of Alpha
Phi Omega, national service fra-
ternity, are George Meyer, presi-
dent; Richard Schueler, vice-pres-
ident; Dave Shapiro, recording
secretary; David Peterson, treas-
urer; and Dr. Norman H. Willey,
of the German department, chair-
man of the faculty advisory com-
mittee.
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BARGAINS IN OLD BOOKS
On All Subjects -- Good Browsing
5c and up
on the Mezzanine
OVERBECK BOOKSTORE
1216 South University 16
TYPING
TYPING WANTED, rapid, accurate, at
Coats, and dresses. Full or part time.
Dixie Shops, 224 S. Main. )7H
ROOMS FOR RENT
WEEKEND ROOMS available in pri-
vate homes. Call student room bur-
eau, 2-8827, 11::30-12. 6:30-7:00. )lR,
DOUBLE ROOM for 2 male students.
PleAant front room. Phone 2-2052.
) 37R?
NOTICE GI's--Roams for rent for sum-
mer months with or without board.
1108 hill, 2-8266.
DOUBLE room equipped for student's
comfort. Would consider single oc-
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ARBORETUM at the door, shower, sep-
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SALESLADIES. Experienced. Suits.
reasonable rates. Phone 2-3357. )1lW
STUDENT GIRL to do baby sitting in
exchange for private room. Call 2-
3308. )12H
ALTERATION on Ladies' Garments.
Near Stockwell Hall, '110 Observ. St.
Ph. 2-2678. )19B
FOR SALE
SMOOTH!
DANCE MUSIC.
Chuck Downer and orchestra. Ph. 2-
0031 . ) 20P
DODGE '28 and radio. 6 cyl. Originalj
paint. No dents. Call Tom Rich, 2?-
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Complimentary accessories,
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Prices that please,
Conme see TODAY.
The Elizabeth Dillon Shop
309 S. State )2
QUICK SERVICE- GOOD FOOD_
Try our 40c Lunch Specials
BRIEAK FAST '7:30 ON
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Dress Your Suit Up1)With
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TUXEDO--Excellent condition, size 38,
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weekdays 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. )58
TYPEWRITER-Old, but in good run-
ning condition, $15. Call 7110 eve-
nings. ) 57
'36 CHEVROLET Staudard Sedan. Good
mechanical condition. Price asked,
$200.00. Call John Slater, 2-9318 or
2-6500. )55
BABY Parakeets and Canaries. Bird
supplies and cages. Moderate prices,
562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )4
FLUTE-H'aynes French model, hand-
made, sterling silver, open tone holes.'
In excellent condition-used only 6
months. Worth $325 new. Sell for $240.
Pads perfect. Includes tailored lea-
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9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. )54
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F~or ^ ood cl commrodat ions
'I ring ycur overnright orx
Lweekend uests10 1lie
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1133 E. Ann Flhone 8144
BUSINESS SERVICES
LAUNDRY -- Waslung and/or imonirul,'
Done ii may own homne. H,,Nt° ( st'I1k.l-
er' for wool .socks. Fre i kllU) ;and
deli very. Phone 2-91020. 23
LE/A RN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT iDANCE STIJIJ1IOS
209 S. iState St. Pli. 81611 ); B
EXCESS 11AiR renmloveti lei'nanent ly te
shoil v )mn(thod. Approvedt,,b'
Am. Med.a_ s'i.Call Mar'ie'., on Ii vt
Shop, 2-6696})1 1}3
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
T'AILORING
Prices Reasonable 22020
3B
CUSTOM CLOTHiES. Rests ling. Alter-
atiomis. Prompt service on all altera-
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 E.
Washington. Phone 2-4669. ) 4B
DRESS MAKING. Ali iration.> and ens-
tonknmade clothes. Cal il 8350. ) 15B
WE PLAN TO BUILD
several exceptionally ril ce 31 bedroom
homies on beatitifu 1l1' and 1 acre
sites. Only 3 minutes drive from
campus. Some will be for sate, others
for rent. For details address Michi-
gan Daily, Box 180. )16B
Ta iloriIn g
Alterations - Remodeling
AGI NSBURG
Phone 2-3481 for appointments 18B
YOU'LL BE AMAZED if Ansco flash
kits satisfy, 822,49 bulbs included.
PURCHASE RADIO & CAMERA SHOP
Church and South U. Ph. 8696 )2013
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SOCIAL CHAIRMEN: The Mack Fergu-
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Leave calls at 2-4183. ) 13P

SPIKE: Big plans for hot time in old L top. Please call 2-6468. _ )47L
town. Meet you at, midnight behind7
alley at right of left door in back of$ LOST--K&E Slide Rule. Name on case.
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DAILY DEN FEATURE
Bsurger in the Basket
35c
Made front freshly ground full flavored beef
wvith golden French f ried Idaho Potatoes.
Your choice of relish, pickle oi- onion.
The WOLVERINE DEN
South University and Forest
THE IDEAL STUDENT CENTER -- TV

NOW
OPEN SUNDAY
10:30 -8:30
The PARROT (?eiterunft
NIMS and MILLER

The CHATTERBOX
100 , Pure BEEFBURGER on steamed bun
"THE BEST CHILI"
Always Fresh SI LEX COFFEE
Hill and South State Sts.
Ieal laptCayeta
DAILY SPECIALS
Lunch 11 tol1:30 ... Dinner 5to 7:00
Sunday 12 to 2:30 and 5 to 7:00
Thru the Arcade -- 338 Maynard Street

CAFETERIA

"COFFEE SHOP

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211 -South State

North of Liberty

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Where Good Food Insures.
Your Health and Our Success
Domestic Beers and Wines

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203 E. Washington

Phone 9126

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The LANTERN GARDEN
Near Michigan Theatre
Delicious Meals at Reasonable Prices
Chinese and American Cuisine
Closed on Mondays
IaL3FVL922neAR AERMf:R'~C ?~TA TdKFlMIT

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-512 E. Liberty-In the Greene's Cleaner Building
THE FARM CUPBOARD
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