THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1949-
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
r AGE SEVEN
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1949 PAGE SEVEN
LADY LABOR LEADER:
Margaret Cole To Talk
On British Welfare Plan
Mrs. Margaret Cole, eminent
British author, lecturer and hon-
orary secretary of the Fabian So-
ciety, will speak on Britain's
Plan for" Health and Sociel Wel-
fare" at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in
the Rackham Lecture Hall.
Mrs. Cole enlisted as a staff
member of a labor research bu-
reau in 1916 after teaching
classics at Girton College for two
IN 1918 she married G. D. H.
Cole, guild socialist and econo-
mist. She has assisted him in
compiling many of his works on
the problems of labor and econo-
Mrs. Cole has published in-
dependent studies on social
problems, including Local Gov-
ernment for Beginners, The
New Economic Revolution, Ed-
ucation for Democracy, The
First Year of the British Labor
Government and her Autobiog-
With her husband Mrs. Cole
has also written more than thirty
detective stories that have a wide
reading audience throughout
* * *
MRS. COLE HAS lectured in
the Tutorial classes of the Uni-
versities of London and Cam-
bridge, and has served on the
Education Committee of the Lon-
don County Council.-,
Sir Stafford Cripps, Chancel-
lor of the Exchequer, has
termed Mrs. Cole "one of the
best authorities in England on
the history of the Labor party
and the Fabian Society."
The program is sponsored by
the sociology and economics de-
Nine additional positions on the
Engineering Council will be open
to interested engineering students,
Bob Preston, secretary of the jun-
ior class, announced.
The Council was formerly made
up of class officers of the engi-
neering college. . *
"MEMBERS will be chosen to
represent as many departments of
the Engineering College as possi-
ble," said Bob Preston, '51E.
Petitions are due Friday, Nov. 4,
and may be placed in the Engi-
neering Council Box on the second
floor of the West Engineering
High school debaters of the Lan-
sing area will participate in a
practice debate tournament at
Lansing Eastern High today un-
der sponsorship of the Michigan
High School Forensic Association.
The Forensic Association, which
has headquarters at the Univer-
sity cf Michigan, annually spon-
sors statewide contests in debate
and other speech activities. About
100 schools have enrolled for this
year's debate season.
THE QUESTION ror aenate this
year is "Resolved, That the Presi-
dent of the United States should
be elected by direct vote of the
Varsity debaters from the Uni-
versity will take part in a dem-
onstration debate in connection
with the Lansing tournament.
Victor Gladstone and Robert
Ernstein will uphold the af-
firmative, while John Madden
and Leonard Wittlinger will
speak for the negative.
Two more practice tournaments
will be held on Nov. 5, at Western
Michigan College of Education, in
Kalamazoo, and at Flint Central
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Cam puis Precedlent
Broken by Gargoyle's
Revealing Candid Photos
£.o Governor Williams
t.' Harry Allis
as well as ..
koO Al Wistert
tom Jake Jacobson
t/ Donna DeHarde
BARBER SHOP QUARTET-The Four Hoarsemen, Bill Wilcox, Ed Mead, Bert Staffen, and Bill
Lucht are pictured at a rehearsal for the "Journal of the Air" broadcast tomorrow. As they will
be interviewed by Ray Daniels (left). The Hoarsemen are the winners of a contest held by the
Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Singing in America.
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'THE FOUR HOARSEMEN':
Local Quartet Wins SongHootrs
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AT A REHEARSAL for their ap-
pearance on the "Journal of the
Air" broadcast tomorrow, the
hoarsemen confided that their
singing title all started as a bad
"Somehow the name stuck,"
Ed Mead, spokesman for the
group said, clearing his throat.
The quartet got together at
Michigan Normal in Ypsilanti last
year. They managed to build up a
repertoire of 35 songs which shot
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entertaining in upper Michigan.
"WE'RE STILL singing for the
fun of it," said Bill Lucht, who
transfered to the University busi-
ness administration school this
"The Hoarsemen" were among
A former Daily business mana-
ger has won a top position on the
Inland Daily Press Association.
Named to a three-year term as
member of the Association's board
of directors was Byron C. Vedder,
general manager of the Cham-
paign-Urbana, Ill., Courier.
Vedder was graduated from the
University in 1933, where he
served four years on the Daily
Stason To Speak
Dean Blythe Stason, of the Law
School, will speak on entrance re-
quirements for Law School at 7:30
today in the Architecture Audito-
18 finalists in the SPEBSQA
contest to' determine the top
songsters in this barber shop
The winning renditions of their
"Rollin' Rollin'" theme song and
"Goodbye My Coney Island Baby"
will be heard on the Journal of
the Air broadcast at 2:30 tomor-
row over stations WKAR and
WUOM when they will be inter-
viewed by Ray Daniels.
THE JOURNAL, a documentary
and news program written and
produced by radio students of the
speech department occasionally
presents such feature interviews.
Last week the manager of the
Pretzel Bell appeared to present
his views on homecoming celebrat-
The Hoarseman quartet inter-
view, like many other features
was recorded on tape in advance
and will be dubbed in at Broad-
cast time. Direction and engi-
neering is handled by students
at the Angell Hall radio
This week's Journal of the Air
will also present a documentary
drama on the giant 200 inch tele-
scope on Mr. Palomar. Directed by
Vic Hurwitz, the cast includes
Will Swisher, Robert Mulford, Wil-
liam McKenzie Charles Tucker,
and Phyllis Zeve.
Paul Rider has been elected
chairman of the Business Admin-
istration Council. Also elected were
Jack Edmon, vice-chairman;
Doren Russler, treasurer; and
John MacCarthy, secretary.
Charles W. Lewis, officer of the
United States Foreign Service, an
alumnus and former instructor of
the University, has been trans-
fered to the Department of State.
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