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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1.5, 1952

)ICKY CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY:
PartyGiven for Hospitalized Sports Fan

By JOYCE FICKIES
Yesterday was a big day for
Dicky Brink, 10 year old polio pa-
tient at the University Hospital
respiratory center.
The slight, almost completely
paralyzed boy, was swamped with
gifts and good wishes as high spir-
ited warders, nurses, orderlies and
assorted visitors joined to wish
him a happy birthday.
ICE CREAM and birthday cake
were served at the party, which
was arranged by Mrs. S. A. Ojack,
Hospital social worker. She pro-
vides for similar parties when oc-
cupants of the ward celebrate
birthdays.
Dicky had a wonderful time
watching his presents opened.
They included a flashlight, a
lumber truck, an airplane, a no-
velty puzzle and money.
A very special present was a
white slip of paper which the boy
kept close to him. It bore the sig-
nature of Ted Kress, '54E, star
Wolverine halfback, who helped
him celebrate.
Dicky saw Kress when he at-
tended the Homecoming football
game between Michigan and Min-
nesota several weeks ago. He view-
ed the game from the 50 yard
line box seat of Athletic Director
Prof. H. O. (Fritz) Crisler. Dicky
had been in the news the week be-
fore when he was refused admit-
tance to the stadium because of
theedifficulties of handling his
wheelchair during the annual
"Band Day."
Halstead Elected
Prof. William Halstead of the
speech department has been elect-
ed to the Board of Directors of the
American National Theatre and
Academy.
The organization serves as a link
between professional and educa-
tional theatre groups.

Band Plans
Last Tribute
For Smith
Highlighting today's program of
the University Marching Band will
be a tribute to Drum Major Rich-
ard Smith, '53, who will be ap-
pearing for the last time at the
Michigan Stadium.
Smith's final high stepping per-
formance will have a formation
of batons in the background, in
the pre-game ceremonies. He will
be accompanied by the band's
twirlers Floyd Zarbock, '54A, and
Bill Modlin, '55.
DURING THE regular half-time
show the band will march down
the field playing "Skyways" and
"Paper Moon," as it forms a rocket
ship designed for lunar explora-
tion. The ship will shoot down the
field at a 200-step a minute pace,
until it is finally broken up by the
supersonic barrier.
After the pieces from the
rocket ship come together again,
the band will execute a tricky
South American samba to the
tune of "Brazil."

Michigan Singers, Women's
Choir To Present Concert

With Maynard Klein conduct-
ing, the University Women's Choir
and Michigan Singers will give a
combined concert at 8:30 p.m. to-
morrow in Hill Auditorium.
The first half of the program, to
be presented by the 73-voice Wo-
men's Choir, will be highlighted by
Brahms' "The Death of Trenar."
Margaret Milks, '55, will accom-
pany on the harp, and Robert}
Ricks, 55SM, and Neilsen Dalley,
'56A, on the horns.
* * *
OTHER NUMBERS to be sung
by the Women's Choir will be:
"Adoramus te" by Orlandus Las-
sus; "Bois Epais" by Jean Baptiste
DeLully; "Serenade, Op. 135" by
Franz Schubert, featuring Ruth
Orr mezzo-soprano; "The Gard-
ner" by Johannes Brahms; "A
Snow Legend" by Joseph Clokey;
and "Dirge for Two Veterans
(Walt Whitman)" by Harl Mc-
Donald, starring Beatrice Meyer,
'55SM, soprano.
Two compositions by faculty
members of the University
School of Music will be given
their first performance in the
second part of the program
which will be sung by the Mi-
chigan Singers. They are "Pil-
grim Psalm: O God, Be Gra-
cious To Me" by Ross Lee Fin-
ney, professor of composition
and composer in residence, and
Leslie Basset's "The Lamb (from
the poem by William Blake)" to
be sung by the Tudor Singers, a
group specializing in contrapun-
J

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DICKY BRINK AND FOOTBALL PLAYER KRESS
Foreign Students To Attend
Local Thanksgiving Dinners

Foreign students at the Univer-
sity will be able to attend a tradi-
tional Thanksgiving turkey dinner
in the homes of Ann Arbor citi-
zens through a program planned
by the International Center.
In addition to the invitations
from individual citizens, this year
the local civic clubs, women's or-
ganizations and churches are par-
ticipating in the program by en-
couraging their members to ex-
tend invitations to foreign stu-
dents through the International
Center's two-year-old program.
* * *
IN THE PAST these dinners
have been very successful and have
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helped to promote greater interna-
tional understanding between for-
eign students and townspeople, ac-
cording to George Petrossian,
Grad., of the International Cen-
ter.
Invitations to foreign students
may be telephones to Mrs. Kath-
leen Mead at the International
Center.
Ph. 5651

A tribute to the decade's most
startling discovery, the atom bomb,
will be performed when the band
forms a large atom, complete with
electrons and protons. When a
couple of nuclear physicists in the
band set off the bomb, it will ex-
plode into little pieces scattered
over the field.
The traditional formation of
"UM" and a playing of "The Vic-
tors" will conclude the half-time
ceremonies.
W. Somerset Maughom's
Newest Triumph!

tal music of the Renaissance
Period. Basset is an instructor
in theory and composition in the
music school.
Other numbers by the Michigan
Singers represent a comprehensive
coverage of choral music from the
fifteenth century through the sev-
enteenth. They are "Gloria" by
Guillermus Dufay; "Sanctus (from
Missa Papae Marcelli)" by Gio-
vanni Pierluigi Da Palestrina; and
"Cantate Domino'.' by Heinrich
Schutz.
The program will continue with
"Rise Up My Love, My Fair One"
by Healy William; "Arbolucu, to
sequeste (Tree of Sorrow)" by Car-
los Chavez, contemporary Mexi-
can composer; and "Kyrie and
Sanctus (From Mass in G major)"
by Francis Poulenc.
Ending the concert will be
"Songs of Farewell (Walt Whit-
man)" by Frederick Delius.
Teaching jobs
Open Abroad
Opportunities are open for 35
qualified men andwomen to teach
in United States Department
schools in West Germany, T. Lu-
ther Purdom, director of the Uni-
versity's Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Informational
announced.
Twenty-nine teachers are need-
ed to fill elementary positions, and
six are n3eeded as teaching prin-,
cipals, Purdom said. Classroom
teachers' will receive $4,200 and
teaching principals, $4,600 plus
living quarters for both.
Applicants must have degrees,
two years of recent public school
experience, and must be at least
25 years old.
The upper age limit for women
is 45 and for men, 55.
Applications should be submitted
as soon as possible.
Regents Awards
Made Available
Applications for Regent-Alumni
Honor awards and scholarships
have been made available to all
Michigan high schools.
The awards are -given to all
students who prove through inter-
views, tests and faculty evalua-
tions to be eligible. Last year, 722
honor awards were granted and of
these honor award winners, 473
received scholarships.

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1952
VOL. LXIII, No. 47
Notices
Disciplinary actions in cases of stu-
dent misconduct: From Sept. 29, 1952.
to October 27, 1952, 26 students were
heard by the Joint Judiciary Council.
In one case the Council found no viola-
tion, and this was approved by the
Sub-committee on Discipline. In the re-
maining cases the following disciplinary
actions recommended by the Joint Ju-
diciary Council were ordered by the
Sub-Committee on Discipline:
For Use of Other's Identification in
Attempt to Purchase Intoxicants: 1 stu-
dent fined $10 and warned; 1 student
warned after paying Municipal Court
fine of $54.30.
For Drinking in Auto: 1 student
warned after paying Municipal Court
fine of $9.30.
For Drinking by Minors: students
fined $15 and warned; 1 student fined
$10 and warned.
For Drinking by Minor: (who involved
another in purchase of intoxicants): 1
student fined $25 and warned.
For Providing Minor with Intoxi-
cants and Removing Street Signs: 1
student fined $25 and warned.
For Participating in Unauthorized
Party: 1 student fined $20 and warned;
1 student warned; 3 students (women)
placed on social probation for 10 days
and warned; 2 students (women) placed
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