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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5; 1950

Plans Given
For Secial
T o Pasadena
Reservations on an all-student
streamline train to the Rose Bowl
game at reduced rates can now be
made with the Wolverine Club, ac-
cording to George Benisek, club
publicity chairman.
"We've cancelled all plane or bus
reservations, and have arange
who wants either a round-trip or
one - way reservation," Benisek
said.
* * *
The streamliner will leave Chi-
cago on Dec. 28, arriving in Los
Angeles on Dec. 30. On the west-
ward trip, a southern route will
be taken, Benisek said.
For the eastward journey a
central route will be used. The
streamliner will leave Los An-
geles on Jan. 5, arriving at the
Ann Arbor station on Jan. 7.
Students can eihe byarud
major stops that will be made all
along the route. As a bonus, stu-

THE FINAL TOUCHES-The University's Stanley Quartet, composed of faculty members from
the School of Music, rehearse in Rackham Lecture Hall for tonight's concert of contemporary
American music. Left to right are Prof. Gilbert Ross, Emil Rabb, Prof. Oliver Edel and Paul Doktor.

Stanly QurtetTo Pay
Program of Native Works

dents buying tickets now will be fTwo contemporary American Composer in Residence at the
given passes for a grandstand seat;cmoiin omsine yteUiest.
to the parade of roses, Benisek Icmoiincmmsoedbth Uivrty
continued. "Uifacuty membehrd wcomprise The Stanley Quartet, an all-fac-
* * * .the second chamber music con- ulty group from the School of Mu-
ROUND-TRIP coach fare is cert of the year by the Stanley sic, was founded in the fall of 1948
$99.50, Pullman round-trip rates Q reta8:0pmtdyinand officially recognized by the
are $130, or a saving of about $40 Qarteta tur 8:3 pl. toa nUniversity the following semester.
i eitherce, he said The trai The two commissioned works, * * *
cars, a baggage room, and all the 'Quintet"' by Alvin Etler and IT IS comprised of violist Paul
equipment found on the crack "Quartet No. 8" by Quincy Porter, Doktor, cellist Prof. Oliver Edel
streamliners to California. were written expressly for the and violinists Emil Rabb and Prof.
While in California, students can Stanley Quartet and received their Gilbert Ross. Prof. Benning Dex-
attend a beach party at which an grou's summrcncetseries.h the Etlerefr "Qite pato

Peace Petitio
Circulated in
HoseGroups
Sponsors of the eace ptition
which was launched at a Saturday
night showing of a pacifist film,
last night were circulating copies
of the document in several dormi-
tories and cooperative houses.
The petition, which urges Presi-
dent Truman to initiate Big Five
ta'Iks and to refrain from using
the atom bomb, is sponsored by
seven individuals.
They are: C. T. Olmsted, staff
assistant at Lane Hall; Joseph
Porter, Director of the Wesley
Foundation; Al Hunting, Grad.;
Art Buchbinder, '51; Janet Watts,
'51; and Monica David, '52.
Only one specific group, the
executive council of the Univer-
sity's Council of Arts, Sciences and
Professions, has endorsed the peti-
tion thus far.
According to Buchbinder, the
sponsors are trying to get other
groups to endorse the petition.
They are also planning to intro-
duce the petition into fraternity
houses, he added.

Destroy TB
Everywhere
Expert Says
"We will not eradicate tubercu-
losis anywhere unless we eradicate
it everywhere," according to Dr.
James Perkins, managing director
of the National Tuberculosis Asso-
elation.
Speaking yesterday before the
pblic h ealth school, Dr. Perkins
World Health Organization.
* * *
ON THE national scene, Dr.
Perkins decried the lack of per-
sonnel and facilities for the treat-
ment of the disease. He declared
there is a shortage of 5,000 public
health nurses, whom he termed,
"the most important workers in
the whole fight."
He then called for federal aid
to alleviate the shortages of hos-
pItal beds and hospital person-
nel. 67,000 more beds are now
needed, he said.
A better vaccine for tuberculosis
immunization was also termed a
"necessity" by Dr. Perkins. BCG
the vacclne that is currently being
used, has too many limitations, he
said.
He prophesied that, "If a sat-
isfactory vaccIne were dlsc'over-
ed, mass immunization would
take top-billing on the public
health front."
He also stressed the need for
research In all aspects of the di-
sease. He noted that this year the
annual Christmas seal drive, which
his organization sponsors, will con-
tribute an additional 1% of its
earnings to research.
* * .
AS TO LOCAl. activity in fight-
ing tuberculosis, Dr. Perkins cited
the expanded use of the chest X-
ray. Although the goal of the field
workers is one X-ray per year for
every adult, Dr. Perkins claimed
that at present circumstances only
permit one X-ray every fIve years.
This is the situation despite the
help of the United States Public
Health Service, state and local
public health authorities, he add-
ed. -

chance to get late permission Sun-
day but only to play bridge.
The occasion is the Union's an-
nual all-campus bridge tourna-
ment.
Contestants must register for the
tournament from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
at the Union student of fices ac-
cording to Union Councilman
Larry Ravick, '52. Registration will

SEMI-ANNUAL
ACT NOW! Take your Pick fromn our

Union Calls Bridge Players

Bank Conference
To Be Held Here

close on Friday, he added. The en-

trance fee is $1. Banking problems and policies
Trophies will be awarded to both will be discussed by more than 200
members of the winning-ad run- Michigan bankers in a an u dy
ner-up teams, he added. The prizes Cnference t beheld Thrsda
lr obbydipay. teUno The conference will hear speech-
lobby. 'es by state banking officials, Uni-
The tournament will be played in versity financial experts andi repre-
two sessions: from 2 p.m. -to 5 sentatives of business and banking
p.m. and from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. .groups.

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orcnestra will play, andi participaie
in other Michigan get-togethers as
part of the reservation. In addi-
tion, special hotel rates are now
being made available for interest-
ed students.
All arrangements can be made
from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday
through Friday at the Student Af-
fairs window in the lobby of the
Administration building, Benisek
formation sould t ph n E Gb
bon, 234,he sai246d.

* * *
ETLER, WHO HAS twice won
Guggenheim fellowships, is profes-
sor of music at Smith. Porter,
whose orchestral works have been
performed by major symphony or-
chestras, is professor of music at
Yale University.
SThe third work on the pro-
gram, "Quartet in A minor," was
written in Ann Arbor during the
summer of 1947 by Prof. Ross
Lee Finney of the School of Mu-
sic. Prof. Finney, formerly a fac-
ulty member of Smith College, is

concert. , , ,
Tonight's all modern program is
part of the quartet's promotion of
contemporary music. In a state-
ment of policy issued by the quar-
tet, its members asserted thiat
"succeeding generations can not
live forever on the artistic trea-
sures of ther past or of other areas,
encouraged by active performance
and -listener response . ..,,
Tonight's concert will be open
to the public free of charge.

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Speaker: Prof. Vincent. "Marine
Diesel Applications."
Flying Club: Meeting, 7:30 p.-
m. Come to north door of interns,'
$ quarters behind University Hospi-
Exhibition Dance Group: No
meeting this week.
J.G.P. Properties Committee:
Meeting, 5 p.m., League.
Gilbert and Sullivan Properties
Crew: Meeting, 7 p.m., League.
~ Gilbert and Sullivan: Full chor-
us rehearsal,. 8 p.m., Union.
Corning Events
Wesley Foundation: Do-Drop-

In, Wed., Dec. 6, 4 p.m. Special
weekly announcements will be
made at 5 p.m.
Westminster Guild: Tea and
Talk, 4-6 p.m,, Wed., Dec. 6, third
floor parlor, First Presbyterian
Church.
Sound Movies of Boeing Air-
plane Company activities, Room
348, W. Engineering Bldg., 7 p.m.,
Wed., Dec. 6. All persons interest-'
ed in employment with Boeing
are urged to attend.
Bridge Tournament: Wed., Dec.
6, 7:30 p.m., Union.

Meeting, Dec. 6, 7 p.m., first floor,
Student Publications Bldg. New
members and literary contribu-
tions welcome.
W.A;A. Square and Folk Dance
Club: Meeting, W.A.B. 7:30-9:45
p.m., Wed., Dec. 6.
Ullr Ski Club: Meeting to dis-
cuss weekend ski trip. Movies.
Wed., Dec. 6, 7:3G p.m., Room 229,
Angell Hall.
Wednesday Lague Dance Clas
week only.
Michigan Arts Chorale: Regular

rehearsal, Wed., Dec. 6, 7
Lane Hall.

p.m.,

Marching Band Members: Meet-
Ing, Wed., Dec. 6, 7:30 p.m., Har-
ris Hall. Every member urged to
attend.

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