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THE MCMGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEBRrARY 21, 1958

THE MTCHTGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1958

Literary College Approves
Summer Session Courses

CHICAGO SYMPHONY:
Fritz Reiner To Conduct
Choral Union Program

Organization Notices

The causes and rise of the Rus-
sian revolutionary movement will
be included in the new course.
The history department will also
offer another summer session
course, "The Antislavery Move-
ment." Based on 20 years of re-
search, the course will stress the
fight against slavery and race dis-
crimination from colonial times to
the present.
Primarily for students of medi-
cal technology, the Human Genet-
ics department is planning the
"Theory and Techniques of Blood
Typing" as an addition to their
course of studies.
The new course will stress the
principles and techniques of blood
typing.
"Workshop on Library Service
for Teen-Agers," a course to be
presented by the library science
department, is designed for sec-
ondary school librarians and youth
librarians in public libraries.
Paying particular attention to
the Hebrew prophets' concepts of
religion, society and ethics, the
"Social and Religious Thought of
the Hebrew Prophets" will study
the Old Testament in its own his-
torical and social context.
The course will be sponsored by
the Near Eastern Studies Depart-
ment.
Ottoman tEmpire Subject
"The History of the Ottoman
Empire," also sponsored by the
Near Eastern Studies Department,
will concentrate on the origins,
growth, decline and institutions of
the Ottoman Empire to the begin-
ning of the nineteenth century.
Only offered at the University
Biological Station during the sum-
mer session, "Introduction to Para-
sites" and "Helminthology" were
requested by the departmenit of
zoology.
An advanced study, "Helmin-
thology" will concentrate on the
classification, morphology, and life
history of parasitic worms.
The parasitic worm's host rela-
tions and ecological significance
will also be considered in the new
course.
County Cancer
Units Merge
Ann Arbor and Washtenaw
County units of the Michigan Divi-
sion of the American Cancer Soci-
ety have merged into one new unit,
Arthur Crampton, executive direc-
tor of the Michigan Division, an-
nounced Tuesday.
The new unit, which began op-
erations Tuesday, is known as the
Washtenaw County Unit,. Michi-
gan Division, of the American
Cancer Society. It includes mem-
bers of both the old units.

-Daily-IDarold Gassenheimer
SWEET AUNT MARY-Enthusiastic supporters decorate the east
lobby of South Quad with a sign reading "Happy Aunt Mary Day."
Not so enthusiastic candidate James Schmalzrie4t, whose cam-
paign was conducted under the Aunt Mary aegis, refused to
throw a victory party whether he won or not.
.Dark Horse'Aunt Mary'
Loses in Quad Election

Fritz Reiner will conduct the
Chicago Symphony Orchestra at
8:30 p.m. Sunday in Hill Audi-
torium.
The 105-member orchestra will
play four pieces: "Symphony No.
36 ('Linz')," by Mozart; "Spanish
Rhapsody," by Ravel; "Symphony
No. 5, Op. 100," by Prokofieff; and
"Overture to 'Beatrice and Bene-
dict," by Berlioz.
The performance is one of the
year-round Choral Union Concert
series. Tickets are available
through the University Musical
Society.
Founded in 1891 by Theodore
Thomas, the Chicago Symponhy
Orchestra has toured widely
through the East and Midwest

since its beginnings. It was one
of the first orchestras to make
recordings.
For many years the group par-
ticipated in the Ann Arbor May
Festival.
Reiner became musical director
of the orchestra in 1953. He spent
his early career in Budapest and
Dresden, where he worked closely
with Richard Strauss.
His first American position was
as conductor of the Cincinnatti
Symphony. He has also been asso-
ciated with the Curtis Institute in
Philadelphia, the Pittsburgh Sym-
phony, and the Metropolitan
Opera, where he won acclaim for
his performances of Verdi, Wag-
ner, Mozart and Strauss.

(Use of this column for announce-
ments if meetings is available to offi-
cially recognized and registered student
organizations only.)
* * *
Wesleyan Guild, Ice skating party,
Feb. 21, 7:30 p.m., meet in Wesley
Lounge.
Unitarian Student Group, skating
party, Feb. 21, 8 p.m., Burns Park.
Transportation at 7:45 p.m., from
Union, Lane Hall, Martha Cook, Stock-
well.
Lutheran Student Assoc, skating
party,'Feb. 21, Burns Park. Meet at
the Lutheran Student Center at 7:30
P .m.
* * s
Hillel, Sabbath services, Feb. 21, 7:45
p.m., Hillel Foundation. Speaker: Will

Herberg, "Socialism, Zionism, and the
Messianic.Passion.
* . .4
Baha'i Student Group, public meet-
ing, Feb. 21, 8:30 p.m. Open Discussion.
Speaker: Kioumars Solelnani.
Make your
outlook brighter
with a
tailored hair style by
715 North University

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By THOMAS TURNER
James Schmalzriedt, '60, was
not elected South Quadrangle
council representative yesterday
by his fellow residents of Huber
House.
This is not in itself interesting,
as in every election a candidate is
elected and another defeated, but
Schmalzriedt wasn't aware of his
candidacy until Wednesday eve-
ning.
Arriving back in the quad Sun-
day after a weekend sperft at his
home of Romeo, Mich., he dis-
covered posters on the Huber
House walls. The slogans included
"Shmelterstreem plus Huber equals
Chaos" and "Vote for Sweet Old
Aunt Mary Schmelterstreem." He
dismissed these, however, as a
joke.
There was some basis Sunday
for Schmalzriedt's belief the pos-
ters represented a joke. He re-
ceived the name "Schmelter-
streem" from a WCBN disc jockey
to whom he had loaned some rec-
ords, and who had thanked him
over the air.
Petition Circulated
WhatSchmalzriedt did not real-
ize, according to other residents of
Huber's 7700 corridor; was that a

petitions bearing both his name
and the "Aunt Mary" epiphet had
been officially circulated and
handed into the election com-
mittee. He was officially a candi-
date.
As the week wore on, the inten-
sity of Huber's campaigning step-
ped up, and "Aunt Mary's" prom-
ises grew more elaborate. "Tired
of Crowding in the elevators?
Tired of long lunch lines?" one
asked. "Move Gomberg House to
East Quad. Vote for Schmelter-
streem."
Speaks 'In Absentia'
By Wednesday's election meet-
ing the seriousness of the cam-
paign became evident. Though the-
reluctant candidate, according to
his roommate, was out bowling, a
speech was presented on his be-
half.-
"It has been rumored," the
speech said, "that Sweet Old Aunt
Mary isn't sweet. It has been
rumored she isn't even a woman.
It has been rumored Gomberg
won't be moved to East Quad,
"To this I say, so-what?"
Yesterday was election day for
Huber House and Schmalzriedt
was defeated for South Quad rep-
resentative, 73-60. Dietrich Berg-
mann, '60, incumbent, was elected.

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