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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1950

RCA Seeks
OK of Color,
TV System
CHICAGO-(AP)-An attorney for
Radio Corporation of America ask-
ed a three judge federal court
panel yesterday to allow use of
the RCA color television system-
even if it amounts to offering two
different color systems to the pub-
lico
The proposal was made by at-
torney John Cahill at a hearing
of RCA's suit to block the schedul-
ed start of color television broad-
casts by Nov. 20.
* * *
THE FEDERAL Communications
Commission has approved the Co-
lumbia Broadcasting System's col-
or process. RCA, which has its
own system, is fighting the FCC
ruling.
Cahill contended the public
would have to spend $1,500,000,-
000 to get CBS color into their
homes. He said the CBS system
is the same one .CBS was experi-
menting with 10 years ago.
The FCC, he added, is "attempt-
ing to force this system down the
throats of the public without giv-
ing them the free choice to which
they are entitled. Unless this court
acts come next Monday there will
be foisted on the American public
an inferior television color system
which will turn out to be an ex-
pensive fiasco."
* * *
HE SAID THE public now owns
7,400,000 black and white TV sets.
Simon Rifkind, attorney for
Emerson Radio, Corp., said the
FCC order had hurt sales of
TV black and white sets. He said
Wells Gardner and Co., a Chi-.
cago radio manufacturing firm,
has received cancellation of
$300,000 in orders for TV sets.
He added that Emerson's back-
log of orders has dropped 60 per
cent and RCA's business is off
50 to 75 per cent.
4Brokerage houses, he told the
court, have advised their custom-
ers to sell their stocks in radio
manufacturing industries and in-
vest in CBS.
CBS was represented by Samuel
P. Rosenman, former adviser to
Presidents Roosevelt and Truman,
and onetime New York Supreme
Court judge. He maintained the
only question is whether the FCC
order is justified by the evidence.
Smith To Lecture
Today on Plants
A lecture on "Demons and An-
gels of the Plant World" will be
given by Prof. Alexander H. Smith,
of'the botany department at 8:15
p.m today in the Rackham Am-
phitheatre.
Prof. Smith, who is also a bo-
tanist in the University Herber-
ium, will speak about several spe-
cies of mushroom found in south-
ern Michigan. He will illustrate
hishtalk with kodachrome slides
he has taken of the various spe-
cies.

'Swing Yore Partner'

-Daily-Roger Rehnicke
REAL SQUARE DANCING--Eddie Gilmore, nationally known
dance caller, calls as Howard Leibee, superviser of physical edu-
cation, takes a whirl around the floor with Gilmore's wife, Dru-
silla, at a square dance clinic held at Waterman gymnasium last
night. Harold Hartmann, a member of the Four Square combo,
plays the fiddle. Gilmore is making a nation-wide tour as a caller
and square dance instructor. His wife assist him in teaching.
An employe of the Riverside, Calif., recreation department, he
declared that he has found a tremendous increase in square dan-
ding in all sections of the country. Last night's clinic was spon-
sored by the Department of Physical Education for Men.
Rhumors of SAM Party Plans
BringParental Investigation '
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Fall Concert
To Be Given
By'U'_Choir
The University Choir will pre-
sent its first concert of the 1950-
51 season at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in
Hill Auditorium.
Led by Prof. Maynard Klein of
the School of Music, the 160 voice
group will perform a varied pro-
gram in keeping with its policy
of presenting music representative
of different eras and different
choral forms.
THE PROGRAM will open with
the 16th century French partsong
"Roaming the Wood" by Claudin
De Semisy. The second work will
be the impressionistic composition
by Frederick Delius "To Be Sung
of a Summers Night on the Water."
In this piece emphasis is placed on
soft phonetic sounds in order to
create a picture.
Johannes Brahms' "Liebeslie-
der, Op. 52," which was written
for a quartet, rather than choir,
will be performed by the entire
group accompanied by the piano
duet of George Exon and Patri-
cia Joy.
The final work before the inter-
mission will be the first Ann Ar-
b o r performance of Heinrich
Schutz's motet "Sing to the Lord
a New Song."
FOLLOWING the intermission
the choir will present another Ann
Arbor first with Bah's motet, "The
Spirit Also Helpeth Us."
The concluding work of te
concert will be a sequence of ex-
cerpts from Haydn's Oratorio
"The . Seasons": ."Come . Gentle
Spring," "God of Light," and
"Thus Nature, Ever Kind." Rose
Marie Jun, soprano, Charles
Stephenson, tenor, and Jack
Wilcox, bass, will accompany the'
choir in the final presentation.
The "U" Choir is composed
mainly of students fikm the School
of Music who receive scholastic
credit for participation. Several of
its members, however, are drawn
from other University schools and
participate on a non-credit basis.
Tomorrow night's concert, as
are all "U" Choir performances,
will be open to the public free of
charge.
Plan Course
In Sociology
A sociology department course in
"social stratification" will be given
next semester, according to Prof.
Robert Angell, chairman of the de-
partment.
The course, Sociology 163, will
consider the problems of classes
and class relations in various types
of society. It will be taught by
Gerhard Lenski, a new instructor
in the department this year. Lenski
received his Ph.D. from Yale Uni-
versity in June.
Another new instructor in the
department is Miss Lillian Cohen,
who is teaching elementary courses
in sociological statistics. She re-
ceived her Ph.D. from the Univer-
sity of Chicago.
Prof. Angell1 Joins
Research Council
Prof. Robert Angell, chairman
of the sociology department, has
announced his acceptance of
membership on the Advisory
Council of the Research Center
on World Political Institutions, of
'Princeton University.

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Rumors of a "mixed pajama party's cancelation.'
party"-scheduled for last Sat- C had been described
urday night but called off by the in the request for1
Office of Student Affairs- to be hold the event.
given by the Sigma Alpha Mu fra- d
ternity, brought an investigation DEAN WALTER
by a group of fraternity members' reason for withdrawi
parents. . for the party was fu
Detroit newspapers, radio sta- in The Daily Officia
tions and television stations car- last Saturday. It rea
ried the story of the proposed "pa- "Since the Unive
jama party" Saturday after of- approve plans for
ficial permission to hold the party scheduled at Sigma
had been denied by the Office of fraternity Saturd
Student Affairs.: Nov. 11, the party h.
u
celed."
THE PARENTS of Sigma Alpha "Itasstarted s a
Mu fraternity members came to Italsredsa
Ann Arbor from Detroit to check final costume party,'
on thervalidity of the reports that publi y chairman
were circulating in Detroit. p"WeMhadsplaned t
""" " """""We had planned t
According to The Detroit one come wearing
News, guests to the "fraternity weird type of pajam
sponsored slumber party" were regular clothing," h
supposed to come wearing what The controversy or
they ordinarily wear to break- Jo Ketelhut's colun
fast." The story described the House," whichappec
University as a place which "en- Friday's Daily descri
couraged coeducational activities in detail. "It sounde
but drew the line at mixed pa- party to me so I gav
jama parties." glowing desciiption.
lize that it would res
Erich A. Walter, dean of stu- fuss," Miss Ketelhut
dents, explained that the Office "I think I'll chang
of Student Affairs would make no from 'On the Hous
further comment yesterday on the Doghouse'." she con(

The party-
as informal
permission to
said that the
ng permission
ully explained
al Bulletin of
ad : -.- .--...
rsity cannot
the party
a Alpha Mu
ay evening,
ias been can-
simple orig-
,"Bob Siegle,
of Sigma Al-
o have every-
some sort of
aas over their
e added.
iginated when
mn "On the
eared in last
bed the party
d like a fine
ve it a rather
I didn't rea-
sult in such a
sighed.
e the column
' to 'In the
cluded.

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Publication in The D~aily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of
the Assistant to the President, Room
52 Administration Building, by
300 p.m. on the day preceding pub-
aton (11:00 a.m. Saturdays}.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15, 1950
VOL. LXI, No. 44
Notices
Thanksgiving weekend permis-
sions, Wed., Nov. 22 through Sun.,
Nov. 26, may be obtained from the
House Director.
Faculty, College of Literature, Sci-

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ence, and the Arts: Midsemester
reports are due Fr'i., Nov. 17, for
those students whose standing at
midsemester is "D" or "E".
Report cards have been distri-
buted to all departmental offices.
Green cards are provided for re-
porting freshmen and sophomores
and white cards for juniors and
seniors. The reports for freshmen
and sophomores should be sent
to the Academic Counselors' Of-
fice, 1210 Angell Hall; those for
juniors and seniors to the Board
of Concentration Advisers' Of-
fice, 1006 Angell Hall.
Students not registered in this
College but who elected L.S .&A.
courses should be reported to the
school or college in which they
are registered.
Additional cards may be obtain-
ed in 1210 Angell Hall or 1006 An-
gell Hall.
Open Houses for the Northwest-
ern game are authorized in offi-
cially organized student residences
on Sat., Nov. 18 between 11:30
a.m. and 1:30 p.m. for pre-game
functions and between 5 p.m. and
7 p.m. for post-game functions.
No registration of these functions
is necessary provided they are
confined to the hours indicated.
Housing applications for grad-
uate and undergraduate women
students now registered on cam-
pus and wishing to move for the
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