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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1950

CRAFTSMAN AIDS 'U' PROF.:
Sour Clarinet Sweetened by Inventors

By LEONARD GREENBAUM
Another Michigan first has solv-
ed a problem that has been irking
the musical world for 260 years,
the sour B-flat in the clarinet.
Prof. William H. Stubbins of the
School of Music and Frank L. Kas-
par, one of the leading craftsman
of woodwind instruments, have
provided the solution by adding
an extra hole in the back of the
clarinet.
** *
THIS HOLE, .together with a
mechanical device to open and
close it, is the result of three years
of research and application by
the two inventors.
Oddly enough, Prof. Stubbins
does not hold a degree in mu-
sic. He graduated from the Uni-
versity of Chicago in 1936 with
a bachelor's degree in philoso-
phy and took his master's in the
same subject here at the Uni-
versity.
His musical experience, how-
ever,*has been long and varied.
Starting at an early age he has
been playing the clarinet on a
professional basis. He was staff
clarinetist at radio station WGM,
has played with the Chicago Sym-
phony orchestra, with innumer-
able concert bands and with Jack
Hilton's and Wayne King's or-
chestras.
* * *.
IN THE ACADEMIC field Prof.
Stubbins has taught at the Uni-
versity of Chicago, was band con-
ductor at Belloit College, Wiscon-
sin and has been teaching at the
University since 1938.
An amateur physicist and
acoustician, he has devoted the
majority of his time toward im-
proving the clarinet, which is
now the focal point of his life,
From 1943 to 1946 he served as
a deck officer in the Navy, took
part in the invasion and subse-
quent occupation of Okinawa and
IAU Play Tryouts
To BeginToday
The Inter Arts Union has issued
a call for campus actors and a
costumier for their production of
Jean Cocteau's "The Infernal Ma-
chine."
Tryout meetings are scheduled
for 7:30 p.m. today in Rm. 3D of
the Union, 3:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the Rehearsal room of the League
and 7:30 p.m. tomorrow, in Rm.
.A of the Union.

Navy Offers
Immediate
Commission
Students with technical train-
ing in certain specialized fields
may now apply for an immediate
commission in the Naval Reserve,
regardless of whether or not they
have had any previous military
training, according to Col. William
B. McKean, professor of Naval
Science and Tactics.
Under a new directive just is-
sued by the Office of the Chief of
Naval Operations, students apply-
ing for a commission will not be
called to active duty in time of
peace without their own specific
request for duty, Col. McKean ex-
plained.
* * *
HOWEVER, IN time of war or
national emergency, or when di-
rected by the President, they may
be involuntarily called for active
duty, he said.
Fields in which commissions
are being offered include elec-
tronic specialists, naval archi-
tects, petroleum engineers, sup-
plementary communication ac-
tivities, civil engineering and
supply.
In addition, commissions are
available in a general line and sup-
ply corp program for students de-
siring immediate active duty.
APPLICANTS must be 19 to 26
years old, physically classified as
Al, graduates of an accredited col-
lege, and must have completed a
required number of hours in phy-
sics and engineering courses.
Further information may be ob-
tained at NROTC headquarters at
North Hall.
Phoenix Aims
To BeOutlined
Prof. J. Phillip Wernette, of the
school of business administration,
will outline the history and ob-
jectives of the Phoenix Project at
8 p.m. today in the Rackham Am-
phitheatre for fraternity house
chairmen in the student Phoenix
drive, Bill Brister, head of the fra-
ternity section of the campaign an-
nounced yesterday.

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PROF. STUBBINS DISPLAYS HIS SOURLESS CLARINET
* * ** * *

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flew over Hiroshima following the
atomic bombing.
To Prof. Stubbins his invention
is noteworthy not only as an ad-
vancement in the field of music,
but also as a contrast to much of
current research in atomic war-
fare and mass destruction.
* '* *
EVER SINCE the clarinet was
developed in 1690 and later intro-
duced into the orchestral family
by Mozart, the overtones have
been weak and off key.
The sour notes creep in be-
cause one hole, the register key,
has been used for two purposes
-B flat and the upper register.
A size which is right for the
upper register is too small for the
B flat and vice versa.
Research to find the answer has
been going on for centuries both
here and abroad with no results
previous to Prof. Stubbin's inven-
tion.
The hole which he added, when
opened simultaneously with the
speaker key, produces the proper

B flat. The speaker key can then
be made acoustically correct for
the register.
* * *
THE INVENTION has been pat-
ented as the "S-K mechanism"
after the initials of its two in-
ventors, Prof. Stubbins and Kas-
par, both of whom hold half inter-
est.
Despite a loss of royalty profits
they have not as yet released the
patent. for manufacture. Rather
than make it available solely
through one company they want
to release it generally to all clari-
netists.
The S-K mechanism can be
attached to any good clarinet
now being used. It has already
found wide acceptance among,
several major symphony orches-
tras.
Kaspar plans to retire before the
end of the year and come to Ann
Arbor where he and Prof. Stub-
bins will continue research in ord-
er to improve woodwind instru-
ments.

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members of the University. Notices
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VOL. LXI, No. 32
Notices
Housing applications for grad-
uate and undergraduate women
students now registered on cam-
pus and wishing to move for the
spring semester of 1951 will open
at 12 noon, Wed., Nov. 15, at the
specified window in the lobby of
the Administration Bldg. ONLY
THOSE WITH NO HOUSING
COMMITMENT MAY APPLY. Ap-
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Dormitory and League House ac-
commodations until the number of
available spaces are filled.
Open fellowships for undergrad-
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a year, beginning in February 1951,
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Applications must be made before
Nov. 20 on forms to be obtained
from U.S. Student Program, The
Institute of International Educa-
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York 19. Additional information on
these awards is available at the
office of the Graduate School.
Cinema Guild films will be
sponsored by the following organi-
zations this Fall Semester, 1950:
World Student Service Fund, Dis-
placed Students Committee, Phoe-
nix Project, Inter-Cooperative
Council, Graduate Council, Asso-
ciation of Independent Men, The
Chess Club, United World Feder-
alists, Inter-Arts Union, and Stu-
dent Religious Association.
Organizations granted sponsor-
ships by the SL Cinema Guild
Board will be notified in advance
of film dates.
All organizations which submit-
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the status of their petition by let-
ter, explaining criteria used by SL
Cinema Guild Board in making
sponsorship selections.
Phoenix Project: The names of
all students who sent in question-

naires previously signifying their
desire to work on a Phoenix com-
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