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3, 1939

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Four Recitals
Planned Today
And Tomorrow
Ernst Krenek, guest professor of
composition in the Music School, will
give a lecture recital of his own com-
positions in the Assembly Room of
the Rackham Building at 4:15 p.m.
today.
He will be assisted by Nellie Bos-
well Hahnel, mezzo-soprano; Helen
Titus, pianist; and a string quartet
composed of Adelbert Purga and
Frances Ayres, violinists, Romine
Hamilton, violist; and Hanns Pick,
violoncellist.
The program is as follows:
Second Piano Sonata, Op. 59 ....
..... .. . Helen Titus
Theme and Variations from the
Fifth String Quartet, Op. 65 . . . .
........... The String Quartet
Twelve Short Piano Pieces (written
in thb twelve-tone technique) Op. 83.
1, Dancing Toys-
2. Peaceful Mood
3. Walking on a Stormy Day
4. The Moon Rises
5. Little Chessmen
6. A Boat, Slowly Sailing
7. Streamliner
. Glass Fi ures
9. The Sailing Boat, Reflected in
'the Pond
10. On the High Mountains
11. Bells in the Fog
12. Indian-Summer Day
The Composer
Four Songs from "Reisebuch aus
den Oesterreichischen Alpen" (Diary
of a journey through the Austrian
Alps) Op. 62.
1. Regentag
2. Rueckblick
3. Heisser Tag am See
4. Kleine Stadt in dem suedlich
en Alpen
Nellie Boswell Hahnel, the Composer.
John McAlister, pianist, of Lex-
ington, Ky., will give a recital in par-
tial fulfillment of the requirements
for the Bachelor of Music degree at
8:15 p.m. today in the School of Mu-
sic Auditorium.
Mr. McAlister has prepared the fol-
lowing program:
Sonata, Op. 31, No. 2 .....Beethoven
Prelude and Fugue in D major .Bach
Humoresque, Op. 20 .....Schumann
Two Preludes ........ Rachmaninoff
Robert Shanklin, pianist, of Wichi-
ta, Kan., will give a recital in partial
fulfillment of the requirements for
the Master of Music degree, at 8:15
p.m. tomorrow, in the School of Music
Auditorium., Mr. Shanklin is a stu-
dent of Professor Mabel Ross Rhead
of the School of Music faoulty.
The general public is invited to lis-
ten to the following program:
Etudes Symphonique .....Schumann
Intermezzo, Op. 119, No 1-
Intermezzo, Op. 119, No. 2-
Intermezzo, Op. 119, No. 3-
Rhapsodie, Op. 119, No. 4-
-Brahms
Prelude and Fugue in D minor .
.. ........Bach-Busoni
Sidney F. Giles, carillonneur, will
present the following program in a
carillon concert at 7:30 p.m. today:
Prelude No. 1 .......Van den Gheyn
Sweet and Low...... ..... .Barnby
The World Is Waiting for the Sun-
rise..................Seitz
Mazurka.... Lefevere
Melody with Variations . Rung-Keller
Sarabande . ... ........Handel
Flemish Dance .....r...van Durme
Minuet in G............Beethoven

Republicans Happy After House Kills Lending Measure

Broad smiles spread over the faces of these three Re publican leaders after the House of Representatives
refused, by a vote of 193-166, to consider the Administration's multi-million dollar lending bill. This move
killed the measure for this session of Congress. Left to right: Rep. Carl Mapes, of Michigan, ranking Repub-
lican member of the House Rules Committee; Rep. Joe Martin, of Massachusetts, minority leader; and Rep.
Jesse Wolcott, of Michigan.
ArtifcialOomph'For The Tall, Thin Girl

Intrigue-Filled
Props Pervade
Rice's Drama
By JUNE CAMPBELL McKEE
"Judgment Day" is potent, power-
ful, punchy. Even to props does its
intrigue pervade.
Seeped in pistols, shattered mir-
rors, passports . . . battleaxes, cruci-
fixes, bevel crimped cartridges . .
foreign newspapers, legal documents,
small notes for swallowing, and even
a blood-stained, bullet-holed shirt,
the set breathes a wild, foreboding
intenseness.
Then, about midstream in the
drama, "The sound of the crashing
of glass, a terrific explosion, the ren-
ding of wood, and a cry of anguish"
suddenly stir you stunned to the toe-
nail tips. Backstage, bated breath, a
horrible hush precedes the explosion.
Finally, it precipitates as first a .38
caliber gun is fired, and fast on its
heels, stones. shot sweeping down a
triple-turned trough. A ladder with
steps lead-pipe laden, counterweight,-
ed, board and hammer heaped, is
crashingly overturned, some light
bulbs and glass bucketed into a bar-
rel, and a rope weightily strung with
large, long boards from another lad-
der.
Carrying on through the .shot,
smoke, and screams are Kenny Wax,
Vincent Jukes, Norma Vint, Maggy
Soenksen and Charlotte Strauss, the
ingenious instigators of this bom-
bastic affair.
Costumed to.keep the impression of
no particuar country, and yet hold
singificance-un-libel suited, "Judg-
ment Day" has its "minister-presi-
dent" shirted in maroon, and its judge
trimmed in impartial green. The
seeve and set ornamentation of sword
and battleaxe strives also to suggest,
yet still steer clear of reality. The
costumers fared most funfully .in
grooming operatic Mme. Crevelli
(Hadley), gaining generous loans to-
ward her spectacular diamond and
fur laden splendor.
also make very attractive date dresses
in the winter. And you will always
feel that, you are at your best in
them, as there is nothing like a full
skirt and pert sleeves to boost your
morale.
Two-piece dresses with a soft light

By MARTY GRAHAM
Whether you're tall,..short, or just.
an in-between, if you're a thin girl,
your clothes problem is close to in-
tolerable.
Probably for years your family and
friends have been warning you to stop
burning your candle at both ends and
settle down to a quiet existence so
that you'll. gain weight. But you've
been living on your nervous energy
for so long that deep in your heart
you probably don't want to put on
weight, and you're doubtless well con-

tent with your figure as it is now.
However, if you insist upon maintain-
ing this laissez-faire policy, you'll
just. have to bear your cross and
scour the shops for clothes that will
fit you-and still not make you re-
semble an over-grown grammar
school child.
One of the most important things
for the thin girl to remember is that
she ,should avoid wearing dresses with
prominent vertical lines. The popu-
lar frocks which are keynoted by a
row of large buttons from the neck-

line to the hem should be left entirely
out of your wardrobe as they will
only accent your slenderness and
make you feel ungainly.
Tightly fitted skirts and blouses
should also be avoided, as although
you maywant to look small there is
such a thing as over doing it, and
you will show yourself off to much
better advantage if you stick to
clothes with soft fullness in both the
blouse and skirt.
White is one of the best colors for
thin girls as it contains the qualities
of irradiation and spread and will
make you look larger than you really
are. And the perfect costume to
hide sharp figure lines is a white
dirndl with plenty of fullness due to
shirred puffed sleeves, a loosely fitted
bodice, and a skirt which is two and
a half yards wide at the hem line, but
neatly tucked in and fitted at the top
to display your small waist measure-
ment.
The practicality of dirndls cannot
be stressed too much, as they can be
worn not only all summer long, but

Aspirant (?) McNutt Shakes With President

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Thursday Evening

President Roosevelt and Paul V. McNutt, Federal Security Adminis-
trator and oft-mentioned as a Presidential candidate, shook hands in
the White House at the conclusion of a ceremony in which flags from
the Philippine people were presented to the President. McNutt recently
retired as High Commissioner to the Philippines.

AIIILYN

SHfOP'

We want to get off on our
VACATIONS

II

But we
because..

can't go until every, last
. MARILYN WILL NOT

stitch of merchandise is sold.
STAND FOR CARRY-OVERS.'

6:00 News
6:15 Musical
6:30 Joe E. Brown
6:45B-
7:00 Clark's Weekly
7:15 "
7:30 String Serenade
7:45 "o
8:00 Major Bowes
8:15 "
8:30 "
8:45 "
9:00 Columbia Work.
9:15 Musical
9:30 Police Field Day
9:45 Exclusive Stories:
10:00 Amos 'n' Andy
10:15 Music
10:30 Sports
10:45 Eddie Duchin
11:00 News
11:15 MorceauxdeSalon
111:30 '
[2:00 Sign off
11:45 Harry Owens

Tyson Review
Bradcast
Midstream
Dinner Music
Rudy Vallee
Dinner Music
Lost Plays
Music Hall
Sports Parade
Vic and Sade
Fred Waring
News
Dance Music
Eastwood
Westwood

Easy Aces
Mr. Keen-Tracer
Green Hornet
James Bourbonnais
It's Up To You
if
Symphony
Yukon Drama
To be announced
Concert Band
Jan Savitt
Tommy Dorsey
Isham Jones
Will Osborn
Sign Of f

I

Prices are now so scandalously LOW that you can't afford to
miss OUR ANNUAL VACATION
CLOSE-OUT SALE
90 Cotton and Beinberg 95
DRESSES
Formerly $4.50 to $7.50

III

Good Burs
for Late Vacationers

zI

95 .40 Street and Afternoon
DRESSES
Formerly $12.95 to $19.75

Bargain in our

You're Sure to find a

11 FORMALS
Sold as high
as $19.75
$5.95

Blouses, Skirts
All that remain are
now marked

,

9 SUITS
Summer Weights
Were up to $15
5.95

11[

HALF PRICE SALE
Final Clearance of all Summer Merchandise.
Thursday and Friday
* All Better Dresses
* Group of Jackets 1, f rice

$j.39,

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