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HEARTLESS DAY:
Valentine Day Ronicos
Spurn Old Endearments

To Sub-E(itoi
Speaker Says

SOPRANO SOLOS SUNDAY:
ICr id W\'ill Auditlion for Met Opera

Students Asked To Claim Art Prints
tudei&ts who selected Liit pr nt tucF,~idllnt r_,10Iving trwhite Claim1
last wet-k imay pick them up be- cards a4)long wh~ien they obtain their
tween 8zi U..and noon :and be-Iprits>.
tween 1 and 5 p.m. today through Aboult 40 prints may still be se-
Friday at Rm. 142, Administra- lected at 142 Administration
tion Building. Building. Rerntl fee for each
Mrs. Eloise Wilkinson, in charge print is 50 cents. ID cards must be
of the print collection reminded I shown.

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By BEV BUSSEYI
St. Valentine would flip in his
grave if he could see how Michi-
gan students have corrupted "his
day."
The tender phrases of heart and
flowers were snubbed almost com-
pletely. High on the love list were
the smart cracks of comic valen-
tines; while scores of Michigan
coeds found home-made pranks
from campus Wolves.
IN FACT, Valentine's Day'
looked more like April Fool's Day.
One of the erstwhile freshmen
in the West Quad passed up the
condy stores for the grocery
store. As a result, one gal lov-
ingly opened her package to find
a can of Red Heart (dog food)
--with a small stick-as a token
of his feelings.
And if the fellows in Cooley
House get together for a bridge
session, they'd better count the.
cards. One deck is minus the king
of hearts.
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lace doilies. With a cnild's im-
agination and an architect's
skill, one ingenue saluated the
,object of his affection with an
"icy" heart packed on the front
lawn of her house.
Many grown-ups, however, cele-
brated at a local pub which of-
fered a Valentine's Special-red
beer.
Nakamura Co-op Votes
To Cut Board Rates
With most students jingling lit-
tle more than holes in their pock-
ets, Nakamura Co-op voted a cut
in present board rates and refund-
ed part of last semester's eating
fees.
Claiming that "cooperation was
the key to their prosperity," Bob
Stewart, president announced that
food rates would be cut $4.65 per
week to $4.50.
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Most
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Manuscripis
in Slash-Pile

The best way to get an unsolic-
ited manuscript read is by ad-
dressing it directly to an associate
editor, Carmena Freeman, asso-
ciate editor of Dell Publications,
said yesterday in the first talk of
this semester's journalism lecture
series.
According to Miss Freeman, al-
most all unsolicited manuscripts
are dropped into a "slush pile"
that is largely read by inexperi-
enced editors.
IF THE MANUSCRIPT is sent
directly to an editor, however, she
will eventually recognize the name
and think you are a big name
writer, she said.
Miss Freeman remarked that
two other ways by which a
magazine obtains its stories are
from big name writers and
through literary agents.I
Authors who are able to read
copy and proof often receive pro-
motions faster than the writer
who is untrained in the technical
end of the field.

A Univeisiity gr.dudtc will ap
pear as soloist oil U nAition-wi c
hookup Sunday in the programW.
"Metropolihai Oi)11,. Audi ions ofu
the Air,"
Ros l -'rl rial, ' M .VI , will
sing on the progran, xwhichw xxii
heard loc aly t4:30 o m
station \VlI V.
A ME1MlBElR of the Choral Un-
ion since her freshman year. thel

trot Federation of Musicians.
The following year, she took
top honors in the state when
slh entered a contest sponsored
liv the National Federation of
Studient Musicians.
Miss DerDerian sang the title
role in the production of "Mar-
th a" in 1946 under the direction
of Harry Seitz.
A $2,000 scholarship from the
La Scala Opera Company of Phil-
adelphia was awarded Miss Der-
Derian in her senior year here.
Following her graduation, in Oc-
tober, 1947, she appeared in De-
troit in their production of "Car-
men."

soloist with the Detroit Sym-
phony under the direction of
Walter Poole, first in November,
1947 and again the following
February.. Both programs were
broadcast over WWJ.
After winning the state audi-
tions held by the Associated Con-
cert Bureau, Miss DerDerian rep-
resented the state of Michigan as
soloist in January, 1948 at Car-
negie Hall.
* * *
DURING HER stay at the Uni-
versity, Miss DerDerian was solo-
ist at the First Baptist Church of
Ann Arbor, as well as doing solo
work in small towns throughout
the state and in Detroit.

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ALTHOUGH the trend was
away from sentimentality, it was
a big leap along retrogression lane.
College students flocked to the
dime store to buy up penny heart-
shaped lollipops.
Like kindergarten days, they
cut, pasted, and drew appropri-
ate symbols on red paper and
Final IFC Rushing
Registration Today
Today is the last chance to
register for fraternity rushing
with the IFC holding late registra-
tion from 3 to 5 p.m. in Rm. 3C of
the 'Union.
TMore than 300 men have al-
ready signed up for rushing activi-
ties which began this term with
open houses Sunday afternoon at
the chapter houses.
Informal rushing is being held
this semester for a four-week pe-
riod. A man may be pledged by a
fraternity at any time during the
period.
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(Continued from Page 5
Room, Rackham Bldg. To
debate: "Obscurity in
Poetry."

"AFTER TEN years in New
York," Miss Freeman concluded,
"my ambition is to operate a gen-
5) eral store in some small New Jer-
sey town where I can selldun-
pic for garees and flour."

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Ullr Ski Club: Meeting, 7:30
p.m., Wed., Feb. 16, Rm. 3RS,
Michigan Union. Movies and dis-
cussion of coming trip.
Women Engineers: Meeting of
all women engineers, 5:15 p.m.,
Wed., Feb. 16, 2028 E. Engineering;
Bldg. on Wednesday. Discussion of
coming Engineering Open House.
Women of the University Fac-
ulty: "Anniversary" Tea, 4-6 p.m.,
Feb. 16, club room, Room D, Mich-
igan League.
A.S.M.E.: Meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
Wed., Feb. 16, 348 W. Engineering
Bldg. Everyone is invited, espe-
cially new members. Refresh-
ments.
IZFA: Beginning Study GrOup,
7:45 p.m., Wed., Feb. 16, Hillel
Foundation.
Pre-Medical Society: Meeting,
7:30 p.m., Wed., Feb. 16, Rm. 3-D,
Michigan Union. Movies.
Wallace Progressives: Executive,
meeting, 7:30 p.m., Wed., Feb.,
16, Michigan Union. Full atten-
dance is requested.

Scientific Research
BERKELEY, Calif. - Govern-
ment expenditures for scientific
research passed investments in re-
search by private enterprise for
the first time during World War
II.

ROSE DERDERIAN
...from M to MET.
Detroit soprano was soloist in
numerous str dent productions
here, ranging from the Navy show,
"Anchor's Aweigh" to the per-
formance of Gounod's "Faust," in
which she sang the lead role.
In her sophomore year, Miss
DerDerian took the first place in
a contest sponsored by the De-

What'sUp inthe Dorms

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(EDITOR'S NOTE: Contributors to
What's Up in the Dorms should
eontact Dolores Palanker at The
Daily or 1015 Betsy Barbour.)
The newly elected officers of
Unit 4, new women's dorm, are
Lillian Drazek, president; Dorothy
Webb, vice-president; Tulane It-
koff, secretary; and Abby Frank,
treasurer.
Also chosen at the Thursday
elections were two women to rep-
resent Unit 4 in the Inter-House
Council.
THOSE SELECTED are Sally
Stickney and Jeannette Dujardin.
The Council at present consists of
five members, as only two units
and a floor housing graduate stu-
dents are completed.
In addition to the Inter-house
Council, each unit will have its
own house organization.
The only complaint at the new
dorm seems to be that there are
too many workmen wandering
around at odd times and in odder
places.
HAYDEN .HOUSE, in East
Quad, held its elections Friday
night for house officers during the
spring semester.
Those elected are Dick Jan-
ich, president; Tom McCor-
mack, vice-president; Tony Pa-
parella, secretary-treasurer; Lee

Sunshine, East Quad reltresen-
tative; Rlager 5y khouse, social
chairman; and Norton Salk,
publicity director.
Chosen at an earlier election
were Bob Pierce, athletic chair-
man, and Lew Harmon, scholastic
chairman.

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