TIE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, DECEMrER 13, 1949
University Choir To Give
Winter Concert Today
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The University Choir, under the
direction of Prof. Maynard Klein,
of the music school, will give its
annual winter concert at 8:30 p.m.
today in Hill Auditorium.
The group, consisting of 205
T're String Quartet Class, under
the direction f Prof. Oliver Edel
and Paul Doktor, of the music
school, will play a program of
three Beethoven quartets at 3:30
p.m. today in Rackham Assembly
THE QUARTET in F Major will
be played by Edward Troupin, and
Donald Miller, violin; Theodore
Powell, viola; and Harriett Risk,
cello. Larry Owen and Lois Ut-
singer, violin; David Ireland, vi-
ola; and David Baumgartner, cello
will perform the E minor quartet.
After intermission, the Quartet
in C Major will be- played by Gene-
vieve Shanklin and Andrew Lisko,
violin; Donald Sandford, viola,
and Joan Lewis, cello.
Admitted to Bar
Five 1949 graduates of the Uni-
versity's law school were admitted
to the bar yesterday, following
presentation at Washtenaw Coun-
They are Roscoe Bonisteel, Jr.,
Gordon Gable, Rodney Hutchin-
son, William Ager and John Laird.
Two of the men's fathers-Uni-
versity Regent Roscoe Bonilsteel,
Sr., and City Attorney William
Laird-made the presentations.
mixed voices, will sing eight chor-
al works, mostly without accom-
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BEING PRESENTED here for
the first time by the Choir are
"In Ecclesiis," by Gabrieli; "Sing
Ye to the Lord," by P. S. Bach;
and "Benedicite," by Ralph
"Sing Ye to the Lord," to be
sung in double choir, is based
on the 149th and 150th Psalms.
"In Ecclesiis," which is also the
opening work in the program,
will feature Rosemarie Jun as
soprano soloist and Robert Pear-
son as solo tenor.
Carol Nielson will sing the solo
soprano part in "Benedicite."
THE MICHIGAN SINGERS, a
concert choir of 50 mixed voices,
will also participate in the pro-
gram, repeating last year's per-
formance of Benjamin Britten's
"A Ceremony of Carols" by popu-
lar request. Their performance
will feature Norma Heyde and
Priscilla Eitel, of the music school,
as soprano and har'pist soloists.
Accompanied by the Univer-
sity Repertory Orchestra, the
Choir will also sing "O Magnum
Mysterium" by de Victoria, "The
Morning Star" by Praetorius,"
and "Hodie Christus Natus Est"
After intermission, the group
will sing "Glory Be to God" by
Law Class Elects
William Delanty was elected
president of the Law School sen-
ior class in recent elections.
Other officers are: Robert Shep-
ler, vice-president; Joseph Man-
sour, secretary, and Janice Rich-
By ROMA LIPSKY
Students headed for the New
York area during vacation will be
faced with the problem of what
to drink instead of water, reports
from that area indicate.
With reservoirs down to only
one-third their normal supply,
the city has begun an extensive
campaign to cut down waste and
* * *
LESS THAN average rainfall,
and heavy use by city dwellers has
caused officials to declare that the
water shortage has reached the
"state of emergency."
In an effort to conserve the
existing supplies, automobile
washing has been banned, and
the flooding ice-skating rinks
Landlords who have not re-
paired leaking faucets are being
hauled into court to answer to the
law with possible $5 fines for vi-
izens have been organized into
"water warden" units to canvass
households requesting each family
to take measures toward eliminat-
lng water waste and to cut down
But city authorities have declar-
ed that water usage must go down
another 125,000,000 gallons each
day before the housewife will be
able to do a week's washing with
an easy conscience.
Happy New Year
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WFFA ON THE AIR-From the fourth floor of Adams Mouse, W
Lee Payne broadcast classical and popular records while four in
attentively. WFFA presents two hours of music daily, uninterrupted
ductions. Broadcasts are heard through the electrical circuit of A
est Quad Radio Station
Inundates 462 Adwus
Vest Quad, Stanley Millman and
terested house members watch
by commercials or long intro-
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Little did Lee Payne, '53, realize
his room, 426 Adams House, West
Quad, would turn into a radio sta-
tion when he entered theUniver-
-ity this semester.
Playing his wireless phonograph
one day, a group of Adams House
members reported hearing his rec-
crds on their third floor radios.
Because these students enjoyed
this music, Payne now lives in a
room crowded with radio equip-
rnent, records and people.
STATION WFFA (Fourth Floor
Adams House) was established on
the assumption "that students de-
sire long periods of uninterrupted
music during study hours instead
of programs interrupted by com-
mercials and long introductions,"
Members of Adams House
agreed with this idea and pur-
chased a microphone and ampli-
fier for the station. Students
loaned their collection of rec-
ords to the rapidly growing sta-
The small station's facilities
were increased when Payne pur-
chased a transmitter from a sim-
ilar, but extinct station in Allen
Anglo Saxon Greeting
Wassail comes from the Anglo
Saxon meaning "be well."
WITH A VOLrN'TlEER taff of
announ ,ers, W F F A broacasts
through the electrical circuit of
Adams Hcuse. The station is on
the air from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30
p.m. with program of classical and
Critic sheets are posted on
each floor in order that stu-
dents might request programs.
"In the future we hope to ac-
quire a Frequency Modulation
Tuner and presnt the program",
of the Unitvc cIy I : < Wcs ting
Service as well as other FM sta
tions which can not be hear i'di
standard equipment," Payne said.
"There is only cne trouble with
the continued expansion of station
WFFA," he remarked, "the more
we expand, the smaller my bed-
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