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r1AGCRl YOER,'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1947

............ ., ._. .T aad. amIC a.H riGAN DAILY.SAT. .Y .ULY 26...94

SUMMER SYMPHONY:
Wayne Dunlap Will Conduct
Orchestra in Annual Concert

The University Symphony Or-
chestra, under the direction of;
Wayne Dunlap, will present its
annual summer concert at 8:30
p.m. Wednesday in Hill Auditor-
ium.
The orchestra, composed of 94
Regents... "
(Continued from Page 1)
health, and Dr. Kenneth N.
Campbell, instructor to assistant
professor of surgery, Dr. Chesteri
F. Heady, Jr., instructor to assis-i
tant professor of politicaltscience;
and Dr. Robert H. Super, lecturer
to assistant professor of English.
The Regents granted leave of
absence from July 2, 1947 throug
August 20 to Dr. Reuben L. Kahn
to attend a conference in Copen-
hagen, Denmark. Dr. Frank N.
Wilson was granted leave from
August 25 through Sept. 27 to at-;
tend an international conferencei
of physicians in London, England.F
Sabbatical leaves for the second
semester of 1947-48 were granted
to Professors Howard Y. McClus-
ky and Laurie E. Campbell, and
Prof. Elmer D. Mitchell was
granted sabbatical leave from
May 15 to Sept. 15 of next year.i
Approval was also given by the
Regents for establishment of an
Extension Service center at Es-
canaba.
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Hermit .."
(Continued from Page 1) )
One of the first things I had to
learn was to sweat it out and get
it done without asking for super-
fluous directions," she declared.
In order to know how to con-
struct a play, the writer must
steep himself in the best plays.
Fundamentally, he needs to have
adsolid foundation in English, she
added.
"You have got to have the in-
gredients within yourself but you
can't mix them unless you know
how. This 'know-how' is native
ability, plus imagination and the
desire to write. It's necessary in
any profession, whether you are
going to build an automobile or
a'story."
Midshipmen Take
Caribbean Cruise
Twenty-six midshipmen from
the Naval Reserve Officers Train-
ing, Corps at the University of
Michigan are participating in an
eight week practice cruise in the
Caribbean area aboard the heavy
cruiser Albany.
They are: John R. Adrianse,
Jack H. Anderson, Robert E. Bar-
ney, Gordon F. Belgium, Henry V.
Barry, James E. Butler, Richard E.
Campbell, Robert C. Carmichael,
Stamford Crapo, Frank S. Dennis,
'James S. Ely.
The list continues with Gerald
Fauth, William B.EFlanaganKen-
neth Fox, Keith E. Fredund, Al-
vin R. Garchow, David A. Glenn,
Arthur S. Grenell, William S.
Gripman, Richard A. Hall, George
E. Hass.
Clyde V. House, Henry A. Hub-
er,. Robert L. Issacson, James B.
Johnston, and Addison H. Ker-
math.
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stuaents, will open the program
with Beethoven's "Prometheus
Overture," followed by Mozart's
Piano Concerto No. 27, James
Wolfe as soloist.
Wolfe, a student of John Kol-
len, received his B.A. in music in
1942, before serving in Navy In-
telligence. While doing his un-
dergraduate work, he played wtih
the University Symphony and the
Little Symphony. He has ap-
peared with symphonies in Wash-
ington, Denver, and Honolulu.
Howard Kellog, a student of
Prof. Arthtir Hackett, will sing
the tenor solo part in Faure's
"Suite from the Stage Music to
Haraucourt's Comedy."
Kellog, a former student at
Julliard School of Music, sang
for CBS in solos and ensembles.
He is director of the voice depart-
ment in the Bradley University
music school, Peoria, Ill.
Prof. Dunlap, conductor of the
symphony, joined the music school
faculty in 1946 after service in the
armed forces. During his war
service, he taught music at the
Shrivenham American University
in England and the Biarritz
American University in France.
He received his M.A. in music
from the Eastman School of Music
in 1942.
Price To Give Recital
Percival Price, University caril-
lonneur, will present a recital at
3 p.m. Sunday.
The program will include works
by Haydn, Pleyel, Chorales, and
Nees.

Concert Will
Be Presented
By U'_Chorus
The annual concert of the Uni-
versity Summer Session Chorus
will be preseinted at 4:15 p.m. Aug.
3 in Hill Auditorium.
A group of sacred numbers in-
cluding works by Mozart and Ark-
angelsky weill be a part of the con-
cert progr a:m. The chorus will al-
so present Brahm's "Love Songs"
with Elizabeth Green as violinist,
and Celia, Chao and Elizabeth
Powell as .pianists.
Howard Hatton, baritone, ac-
companied by the String Quartet,
will sing Samuel Barber's "Dover
Beach, Op.. 3." Vaugh William's
"Serenade to Music" will be sung
by the Vocal Quartet.
Mary Maldowney, conductor of
the chorus, is director of choral
music of the State Teachers Col-
lege in In( iana, Penn. During
the war she worked with the music
program of tYlie U.S.O., and inaug-
urated the Music Prolgram for the
Wacs and W aves.
French Film Will
End at Hill Today
"Children o~f Paradise," French
film with English sub-titles, will
be given its final showing at 8:30
p.m. today at Hill Auditorium un-
der the sponsorship of the Art
Cinema League and the AVC
Campus Chapter.
The picture, tells the story of
the strange love of a French mime
and a Parisian actress in the day
of King Louis Philippe.
Tickets may be purchased at
the Hill Auditorium box-office.

(Continued, from Page 2)
Regular Casbah H o s t e s s e s
please report to Social Director's
Office at 8:30. Saturday night,
July 26, before the dance.
Churches
First Church of Christ, Scientist
409 South Division Street
10:30 a.m. Sunday Lesson Ser-
mon, Subject: Truth.
11:45 a.m. Sunday School.
8:00 p.m. Wednesday evening
Testimonial meeting.
This church maintains a free
Reading soom at 706 Wolverine
Building, Washington at 4th,
which is open daily except Sun-
days and holidays from 11:30 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. Here the Bible and
Civil Service Will
Conduct Exams
Examinations for filling Engi-
neer and Accountant and Auditor
positions have been announced by
the U.S. Civil Service Commission.
The engineering positions, lo-
cated in the Army Air Forces, War
Department, at Dayton and Wilm-
ington, Ohio, range in salary from
$3,397 to $9,975 a year.
Applicants must have complet-
ed a professional engineering
course in a college or university,
and must have had one to four
years of experience or equivalent
graduate study in engineering.
Further information may be ob-
tained from the Ann Arbor Post
Office, or from local and national
Civil Service Headquarters.

DAILY OFFICIALBULLETIN_

Christian Science literature in-
cluding all the works of Mary
Baker Eddy may be read, bor-
rowed, or purchased.
Sunday:
First Church of Christ Scientist,
409 S. Division.

Sundaybmorning service
10:30. Subject: Truth.
Sunday School at 11:45.
Wednesday evening service
8 p.m.

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ation will meet Sunday a175:30 in'
Zion Lutheran Parish Hall, 309 E.
Washington Street. After a so-
cial half hour supper will be
served at 6:00 and the program
will follow. The Rev. Robert A.
Boettger, Assistant Student Pas-
tor and pastor of Christ Lutheran
Chapel, Willow Run, will be the
speaker. Bible Class-9:15 at the
Center, 1304 Hill St. Church wor-
ship services in both Zion and
Trinity Lutheran Churches at
10:30 a.m.
Sunday:
10 - Church School. Student
Class studies The Book of Jonah
in the Guild House.
11-The Church at Worship.
Service Broadcast over Station
W.P.A.G. Sermon-"The Twelfth
Chapter of Romans." Small child-
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and
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Rings
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ren cared for in the Kindergarten.
6--Student Guild. Cost supper
and fellowship in the garden. Prof.
Lionel Crocker of Denison Univer-
sity will speak.
First Congregational Church
10:45 a.m.-Public Worship. Dr.
Parr's subject is "The Greatest:
Discovery of Modern Education."
3:00 p.m.---Student Guild will
meet with the Wesleyan Guild at
the Methodist Church for an aft-
ernoon and evening program with
supper at 5:30 p.m.
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Sunday
10:45 a.m. - Morning Worship
and Communion Service. Sermon
by Dr. Lemon "Unfair-To Our-
selves."
5:00 p.m. Summer Pr'ogram for
Students. Prof. Bennett Weaver
will speak in the Social Hall on
"As the World Looks to a Man
of Letters." Supper will be served
at the Council Ring following the
meeting, at six o'clock. Every-
one welcome.
The Lutheran Student Associ-

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