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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

F MAY, SEPTEMBER 29,1950'

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BULLDOZER BATTLE:
Building Starts Monday

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ROTC To Teach Electronics

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"Diag" contractors will be
treated to, a double show next
week as the razing of Haven Hall
and South Wing threatens to over-
Ikp with the raising of the Angell
Hall addition.
The construction - destruction
tangle appears inevitable as the.
TT'To Sponsor
Films on Africa
Three .films on Africa will be
shown at .7:30 p.m. today in Kel-
logg .Auditorium.
Sponsored by the University Mu-
soUms as part of a program on
the primitive peoples of America
and Africa, the films are "African
Tribers," "Africa, Land of Con-
trasts," and "Giant People: the
Watussi."
Displays of artifacts, costumes
and skeletons of American primi-
tive people are open to the public*
on the second and fourth floors
of the Museum building from 7 to
9 p.m..

wrecking company does not expect
to be finished until the middle of
the week and the construction cor-
poration is scheduled to begin the
sub-structure Monday.
ACTUALLY the construction
would already be underway except
for a steel shortage, according to
L. A. Perry, project manager for
the contractors.
Excavation for the substruc-
ture will begin at the south end
of the area where the eight
story office and seminar build-
ing will be erected.
Meanwhile a warning to all stu-
dents to stay behind the fence and
avoid the possibility of serious
injury during the construction
work was issued by Perry.
* * *
CURIOUS STUDENTS wander-
ing in the way of workmen have
already prompted the construction
of the fence.
At the- same time the wrecking
company issued a virtual all-clear
in the Haven Hall area.

The University Air Force ROTC Todd added, seniors and grad stu-
has been one of 30 University dnswowr eeasadhv
ROTCunits selected to provide nts who were veterans and have
intensive communications and had no previous ROTC training
electronics training for cadets, Lt. can still enroll in the curtailed
Col. William Todd, of the Air two-semester training program.
Force ROTC has announced. This course will provide a reserve
Under a new regulation of the commission in the Air Force upon
Department of Air Force, ColI completion.
"Welcome New Students"
Foi The Best Entertainment
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Sunday Noon-7 P.M.
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TICKETS NOW ON SALE
BURTON MEMORIAL TOWER
SEASON TICKETS - BOTH SERIES
and
TICKETS FOR SINGLE CONCERTS

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72nd ANNUAL CHORAL UNION SERIES

For Your Favorite
Arrow White Shirts

HELEN TRAUBEL, Soprano

. . . . . Thursday, October

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BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,
Charles Munch, Conductor . .

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CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA,
George Szell, Conducto
SOLOMON, Pianist . .

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. . Sunday, October 22
. Sunday, November 5

POLYTECH CHORUS OF FINLAND .
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA,
Sir Thomas Beecham, Conductor
ERICA MORINI, Violinist . . . .
HOROWITZ, Pianist . . . . . . . . . .
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,

Monday, November 20
Tuesday, November 28
Sunday, December 3

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tailored right. In campus-approved styles
including the "Dart" (non-wilt collar),
the widespread "Par" and the button-down
Gordon oxford. On every campus the
country over . .. and at your favorite
Arrow dealer's now.

Thursday, January
Friday, January

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KERCHIEFS . SPORTS SHIRTS

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grand new selection of Arrow whites to show
you. Every shirt Sanforized-labeled (shrink-
age less than 1%), and Mitoga cut for better
fit. Several collar styles to choose from ...
come in for your Arrows now.
FOR ARROW UNiVERSITY STYLES

Raphael

HEIFETZ, Violinist

Wednesday, March

Kubelik, Conductor . . . . . . Sunday, March 4

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Combination of Powerglide automatic
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SEASON TICKETS: Block A, $16.80; Block B, $14.40; Block C, $12.00.
SINGLE CONCERTS: $3.00 - $2.40 - $1.80
FIFTH ANNUAL EXTRA CONCERT SERIES

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LAURITZ MELCH IOR, Tenor

Tuesday, October

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BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,

Charles

Munch, Conductor.

Wednesday, October 25

MYRA HESS, Pianist

Tuesday, November
. Monday, January

DON COSSACK

CHORUS

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Serge Jaroff, Conductor
CINCINNATI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,
Thor Johnson, Conductor . . . Tuesday, February 20
SEASON TICKETS: Block A, $8.40; Block B, $7.20; Block C, $6.00.
SINGLE CONCERTS: $3.00 - $2.40 - $1.80
ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CONCERTS

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December 9 and

10 1950

NANCY CARR, soprano, EUNICE ALBERTS, contralto;
DAVID LLOYD, tenor; OSCAR NATZKA, bass;
CHORAL UNION and ORCHESTRA;
LESTER McCOY, Conductor
TICKETS: 70c and 50c. On sale beginning October 16.

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