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February 07, 1955 - Image 27

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Monday, February 7, 1955

T HE MI CH IGA N D A ILY

Page Seventeen

Monday, February 7, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Paae Seventeen

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NOTED ARCTIC BASSO:
Eyezik Wail To Howl With Gong Today
By IGLEHORN GORP ;..:.... >,,',,.
Eyezik Wail, noted Arctic basso
ill appear in the 13%!2 Coal Onion
Series concert at 6:01 a.m. today in
Slope Auditorium.
He will be as isted by J. Arty Rank
on the Chinese gong.
Wail's early musical training
took place in Wales in the pit.
Here, his way wa lighted for
brighter things ahead. Coming up
from the bottom, he made his
first appearance at Le Conserva- ......
toire de La Comique Commode in
Cologne.
After 40 years of being splashed
ith fragrant plaudits, Wail felt
the need for fresh waters. He then
started on the unique career of
singing for tone-deaf people while
they bathed.
On one such occasion, he was
signed with a ball-point pen to an
underwater contract by the noted
Impresario Sam Purlok. Engage-
ments followed in all of Europe's
Lea ding music centers including EYEZIK WAIL, basso
Mount Etna, Burgendorfstein and.. limbering up exercises
Bath.
Wail made his United States de- guest spots on "The Voice of Brim- "Les Fillets de Cadaver" from the
but Feb. 30 of the same year at stone" and "Humility and His opera "Scuza Me" by U. Hurt;
the Waterlog Lighthouse in Ches- Friends." Last January, he gave a and the Rowing Song from "Wa-
apeake Bay. Drenched with offers, benefit performance at the Fulton ter Music" by Handle.
he accepted a starring role in the Fishbowl, the memory of which Tickets priced at two cents and
movie "The Big Wind" in which remained for days. $19.55 are available at the offices
he sang the hit song "I'll Be Sea- Included on his program today of the Pump and Drainage Club at
jng You." will be "She Sells Seashells By the bottom of the women's swim-
He has made many appearances The Seashore," by H. E. Diggs; ming pool. The audience is re-
on television programs, including "A-quad for you," by A. Bucket; quested to omit flowers.

SL To Study
Dorm call Girl
Situation Soon
Student Legislature voted last
night to establish a Committee to
Investigate the Call Girl Situation
at the Men's Residence Halls.
Steve Jelke, '55, SL president,
said the Call Girl Situation at the
residence'halls was at a "new low."
Jack Strap, '58, was appointed as
committee chairman.
Appropriations
In other SL business, the SL
voted a $3,162.18 appropriation to
send a delegate to the National
Student Association convention in
East Lansing next week. The dele-
gate, Inez Pilk, '55/, was instruct-
ed to vote "no" on everything.
Charles Bixalve, noted brachi-
opod, will speak at the next SL
meeting on the "Harey System of
Voting-Why?" It was suggested
by an anonymous student that SL
find out more about the Harey
System of voting so that the next
all-campus vote will not take more
than three weeks to tabulate.
It was also suggested that a
course in the Harey System be re-
quired of all undergraduate fresh-
men over 13 years old. A commit-
tee to investigate this possibility
was appointed, with Jack Rabbitt,
'53, as chairman. He was instruct-
ed to vote "yes" on everything.
Next SL meeting will be held
Sunday evening in the Druids
Cave at the Michigan Union.

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are better able to meet future demands that may be placed on you.
A new training class for both business and editorial staffs will be conducted this
semester at the Student Publications Building, 420 Maynard Street.
No prior experience is necessary. For further information attend ONE of these in-
troductory meetings:
BUSINESS STAFF:
Tuesday, Feb. 8th ... 7:15 P.M.
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Wednesday, Feb. 9th . .. 4:15 P.M.
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Tiwe Mt' ujan all~

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