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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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'U'Grad. Vies
For Prize in
'Architecture
A February graduate of the Ar-
chitecture College has qualified
for the finals of the Lloyd Warren
Competition which offers one of
the most hotly contested for stu-
dent prizes in the country.
Peter Frantz, now living in Sag-
inaw, has successfully passed the
first two stages in the architec-
tural contest being conducted
from New York.
The final prize, for which he
will compete with eight others,
will be two years study at the
Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris.
It is commonly known as the Paris
Prize.
Professor Ralph W. Hammett
of the Architecture College has
been chosen by Frantz as his
sponsor. Prof. Hammett will re-
ceive an architectural problem
from New York which Frantz
must solve during the week of
May 9 to 16.
A few days ago the final prob-
lem was to design buildings for
the United Nations.

Guild Director Manages Two Groups

* * *

*

A man with a double barrelled
responsibility-that's the Rev. H.
L. Pickerill.
Mr. Pickerill directs student ac-
tivities for two church groups at
the Congregational-Disciples Guild
House on Maynard Street.
* * .*
THE DIRECTOR was sent to
Ann Arbor in 1934 by the national
church board of the Disciples
Church to watch over church af-
filiated students. During the war
the Congregational group merged
with the Disciples.'
"We've been going strong ever
since. And the two churches are
closely related in doctrine so
there seems no advantage in
splitting up the two groups,"
Mr. Pickerill said.
The strong spirit of cooperation
which characterizes the guild has
left its mark on the campus.
* * .*
"DURING THE depression we
helped students in need of finan-
cial aid by providing them with
sleeping quarters in the guild
house where they did their own
cooking," Mr. Pickerill related.
This small beginning in coop-
erative living culminated in

-Daily-Hank Tyson
LEADS A DOUBLE LIFE-The Rev. H. L. Pickerill has a double
job in directing the combined activities of both the Congregational
and Disciples student religious groups.
* * * *

I

SUNDAY
CHICKEN DINNER
at
C LUB 211
Menu:
FRUIT JUICE or SOUP
FRIED CHICKEN
WHIPPED POTATOES
PEAS and CARROTS or BUTTERED CORN
CHOICE OF SALAD
BREAD and BUTTER
PIE or ICE CREAM BEVERAGE
1j25 CLUB .211 Serving
1:00 - 3:00
J. D. MILLER'S CAFETERIA ... 211 S. STATE ST.

Rochdale House setting the pat-
tern for all present coop houses
except Michigan House which
had been established previously,
according to the director.
Mr. Pickerill, who has watched
the devlopment of cooperative liv-
ing on campus, is a quiet voiced,
white haired man always ready
with a joke. He is known to stu-
dents and fellow chaplains as
'Pick".
BORN IN DECATUR, Ohio, Mr.
Pickerill took his professional
training at the University of Chi-
cago and Columbia University.
For a time he was national
director of youth work for the
Disciples of Christ Church. Be-

fore coming to Ann Arbor he
taught courses in religion at
Texas Christian University.
"Pick" manages to utilize every
square inch of floor space at the
crowded guild house. The top pro-
vides quarters for Mr. and Mrs.
Pickerill and two women students
who assist in managing the house.
* * *
THE BASEMENT floor provides
student offices, a work room and
a small chapel. And even the gar-
age has been converted into an
office.
"But we manage to pack in all
the students who participate in
the guild activities each week, in-
cluding almost 100 on Tuesday for
the tea. Some make it their home
on campus," he declared.

Pharmacy
Post Given
To Stocking
Dr. Charles H. Stocking, '09, was
appointed dean of the pharmacy
college effective immediately by
the Board ofRegents, at their
regular monthly meeting yester-
day.
Dr. Stocking has been acting
director since July 1, 1947.
BEFORE JOINING the Univer-
sity faculty in 1920, Dean Stock-
ing was dean of the Kansas City
College of Pharmacy from 1910
to 1911 and of the University of
Oklahoma College of Pharmacy
from 1912 to 1917.
Two other faculty appoint-
ments, both for the 1949-50 ac-
ademic year, were approved by
the Regents.
Dr. Wolfgang F. Stopler, on the
Swarthmore College faculty since
1941, was named an associate pro-
fessor of economics in the literary
college.
JOHN WESLEY REED was
named an associate professor of
law in the Law School. Prof. Reed
is now on leave from the Univer-
sity of Oklahoma Law School on a
graduate teaching fellowship at
Columbia University Law School.
The Regents also accepted gifts
amounting to $30,644.66. The larg-
est was one of $5,000 from the
Kroehler Foundation, Naperville,
Ill., for research in wood tech-
nology.
'Kitten' To Star
In Radio Play
"The Discontented Kitten," third
in a series of children's dramas
will be presented by the radio di-
vision of the speech department
at 6:45 p.m. today over WPAG.
The story concerns a kitten who
wanted to learn how to fly and all
his troubles.
Included in the cast are: Mar-
ilyn Scheel, Barbara Conner, Ed
Johnston, Norman Rappaport,
Barbara Cress, Pat McKenna,
Mary C. McCarty, Marian Gold-
stein and Al Samborn. The pro-
gram was written by Richard Sha-
fer and directed by Jim Lynch.
Hmmnm!
ROMF-The Book of Esther is
the only book in the Bible that
does not mention the name of God.

Thursday, May 5, 8:30
EUGENE ORMANDY, Conductor
Soloist:
SET SVANHOLM, Tenor
Compositions of Richard Wagner
Prelude to "Parsifal"
"Infernem Land" from "Lohengrin"
Rome Narrative from "Tannhauser"
Set Svanholm
*Alberich's Invocation from
"Das Rheingold"
*Entrance of the Gods from
"Das Rheingold"
Intermission
*Siegfried's Funeral Music from
"Gotterdammerung"
Siegmund's Monologue from
"Die Walkure"
"wintersturme" from
"Die Walkure"
*Forging Song from "Siegfried"
Mr. Svanholm
.Excerpts from "Die Mistersinger:"
Prelude to Act III
Dance of the Apprentices
Entrance of the Masters
Saturday, May 7, 8:30
EUGENE ORMAN DY, Conductor
Soloist:
GLADYS SWARTHOUT
Mezzo-Soprano
Program
Theme and variations,
Op. 43b................Schonberg
"Ah, Spietato" from
"Amadigi"..............Handel
"Art thou troubled" from
"Rodelinda" .... ......Handel
"Per lui ehe adoro" from
"L'Italiana in Algert" .... Rossini
Gladys Swarthout
Symphony, "Mathis der
Maler"..............Hindemith
Intermission
E se un giorno tornasse ... Respighi
Bailero
Melvious qu'o uno fenno
Brezairola
. ......Canteloube
E Vito..............Obradors
Miss Swarthout
tWaltzes from "Der
Rosenkavalier" ........... Strauss

Friday, May 6, 8:30
THOR JOHNSON, Conductor
UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
Soloists:
SHIRLEY RUSSELL, Soprano
MARTIAL SINGHER, Baritone
BENNO MOISEIWITSCH, Pianist
Program
Requiem. .............Brahms
Blesed Are They That Mourn
Behold, All Flesh Is as the Grass
How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place
Ye That Are Sorrowful
Here on Earth We Have No
Continuing Place
Choral Union and Soloists
Intermission
Concerto No. 3 for Piano and
Orchestra..........Beethoven
Allegro con brio
Largo
Allegro
Benno Moiseiwitsch
Sunday, May 8, 2:30
THOR JOHNSON, Conductor
UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
Soloists:
SHIRLEY RUSSELL, Soprano
TANN WILLIAMS, Contralto
HAROLD HAUGH, Tenor
MARTIAL SINGHER, Baritone
GREGOR PIATIGORSKY,
Violoncellist
Program
Overture to
"Prometheus" ......... Beethoven
Concerto in B minor for Violon-
cello and Orchestra ....... Dvorak
Allegro
Adagio ma non troppo
Finale: allegro moderato
Gregor Piatigorsky
Intermission
Choros No. 10, "Rasga O
Coracao" ............. Villa-Lobos
Choral Union
Gloria in Excelsis (world
premiere)s.......(Llywelyn Gomer
Choral Union and Soloists
Mary McCall Stubbins, Organist

Program

Overture to "The Bartered
Bride................... Smetana
Lieder Cycle-Orchestrated by
Dorothy James
Youth Chorus
Symphony No. 40
in G minor .............. Mozart
Allegro moderato
Andante
Menuetto; Trio
Finale: Allegro assal

_ . _ .

Intermission

Concerto in D minor for violin
and Orchestra.........Wieniawski
Allegro moderato
Romanze
Allegro moderato (a la
zingara )
Erica Morini
Sunday, May 8, 8:30
EUGENE ORMANDY, Conductor
Soloist:
PIA TASSINARI, Soprano
Program
Adagio for Strings...........Barber
"Deh vient" from "Nozze di
Figaro"................... Mozart
"O del mio dolce ardor" from
"Paride ed Elena"..........Gluck
"Stizzoso mio stizzoso" from
"La Serva Padrona" .... Pergolesi
Pia Tassinari

MAY

FESTIVAL

Philadelphia Orchestra in All Concerts

Saturday, May 7, 2:30
ALEXANDER HILSBERG and
MARGUERITE HOOD, Conductors
FESTIVAL YOUTH CHORUS
Soloist:
ERICA MORINI, Violinist

Progressives Elect Shepard

Intermission

Prof. John Shepard of the psy-
chology department has been
elected co-chairman, with Bret
Miller, Sr., of the Washtenaw
County Progressive Party.
Miller had been the chairman
previously. Mrs. Xenia Meador was
chosen secretary; Mrs. Rhea Kish,
treasurer; John Sloss, chairman
of the publicity committee; and
Mrs. Addi Geist, chairman of the
membership committee. Election

took place at a meeting Thursday
night.
It was announced at the meet-
ing that several thousand leaflets
giving Progressive views on the
Atlantic Pact will be distributed
in Washtenaw county.
Quiet Pets
DAKAR-The giraffe has no
voice box and cannot utter any
sound even in extreme danger or
injury.

"L'ara notte" from
"Mefistofele"............... Boito
"lo son l'umile ancella" from
"Adriana"................Cilea
Miss Tassinari
*Symphony No. 4 in
F minor............. Tchaikovsky

TICKETS FOR SINGLE CONCERT: $3.00, $2.40, $1.80
at University Musical Society, Burton Tower

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