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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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By KEN LOWE
Whatever the layman may
hink, carillon playing as practiced
top the University's Burton Me-
orial Tower is a strenuous activ-
y that calls for a strong arm and
le agility of a basketball player.
The Charles Baird Carillon, like
milar chiming units, is equipped
ith a keyboard that consists of a
ries of pegs, one for each bell.
i order to pound a particular bell,
Ze corresponding peg must be
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hove it back to Thursday. The
rew Yorkers, faced with a grow-
ig "stop-Dewey" drive naturally
ant to avoid any overnight
:eals."
* * *
Governor Thye of Minnesota,
tassen's floor manager, took
>me rough treatment at a press
)nference yesterday. The con-
enial governor denied all knowl-
Ige of any "deals" for second
lace on the ticket, but was fi-
ally forced to admit that he
asn't sure what might be on
tassen's mind.
Most of the sensational news-
aper stories that have appeared
far are practically pure spec-
ation, much of it resting on
imsy ground. There's not much
ews, but there's plenty of guess-
ig.

struck a full blow with the bottom
of the fist. Carillonneurs often
wear pads to cushion their fists
against the full force of the blows,
but pads are of little help at best.
Quick Action
In addition, it is necessary for
the carillonneur to move quickly
from one end of the large key-
board to the other in covering the
tonal range and to control the foot
pedals at the same time. The re-
sultant picture is one of frenzied
activity that contrasts sharply
with the comparatively calm ac-
tivity of an organist or pianist.
Some idea of what is involved in
an ordinary carillon recital can
be gained from the fact that the
campus bell-tower contains 53
bells, the smallest weighing 12
pounds and the largest-the one
which sounds the hours-more
than 12 tons. Altogether, the bells
weigh almost 63 tons. They cover
four and one-half octaves.
Quick Action
The Charles Baird Carillon,
which cost $70,000 and was pre-
sented to the University in 1935, is
the sixth largest in the world. It
was made in Loughborough, Eng-
land.
Recitals are ordinarily given
on ,Sunday and Thursday after-
noons, usually by Prof. Percival
Price, University carillonneur and
member of the School of Music
faculty. He is the 1934 recipient of
the Pulitzer Prize in music.
'U' Pathologist
To Go Abroad
As Consultant

GERMAN STUDENTS PROTEST RATIONING-Heidelberg University students sit on trolley tracks
in Heidelberg, Germany, as they protest against the recent food and tobacco rationing system. They
massed in the street to prevent trolleys from passing the government building where their leaders
were presenting the case against rationing.

International
Law Forum
Will BeHeld
A forum on current problems in
international law, which will bring
to the campus a number of world
authorities on law, will be held in
July at the University Law School.
"The program has been de-
signed to sharpen awareness and
broaden understanding of public
and private internationas gegal
problems," Dean E. Blythe Stason
of the Law School declared.
The forum will be given in two
sections on successive weeks, July
15-16 and July 22-23.
The first part will deal with "In-
ternational Law and Private
Rights" and will include such
topics as the legal status of the
United Nations in the U. S., inter-
national law and -air transporta-
tion, and the legal status in the
United States of corporations
owned by foreign governments.
The second part of the forum,
on July 22-23, will consider "Inter-
national Law and Public Rights."
Topics to be studied at that
time include the legal problems of
German occupation, international
crimes and their prosecution,
peace treaties of World War II,
and international law and human
rights.

ART STARR STARS:
Casbah Opening Tomorrow
Launches Summer League

Breakfast at

Witham's
corner South University
and Forest Ave.
7:30 AM.

DRUGS
BEER
WINES

S.D.D.
Liquor

for Mich. State
Control Comm.

Dr. A. James French, professor
of pathology in the Medical School
and assistant pathologist in the
University Hospital, will spend a
month in Germany this summer as
a civilian consultant in pathology
in Army hospitals.
Dr. French left Ann Arbor June
22 for Frankfort, and will spend
four weeks in the American oc-
cupation zone in Germany, visit-
ing various Army hospitals in
that area.
A graduate of the University
and the University of Colorado
School of Medicine, his special re-
search interests are in sulfona-
mide drug sensitivity, coronary ar-
tery heart disease, cancer pathol-
ogy, and effects of atomic energy
radiations on humans.
Dr. French served in the army
for five years. His military assign-
ments included work with the
Army Institute of Pathology in
Washington, D.C., with the 19th
Medical General Laboratory in
Georgia, and overseas service in
New Guinea and Manila.
After V-J Day, he was in Japan
for three months, visiting medical
schools as a member of the U. S.
Commission to Investigate Japan-
ese Medical Advances during the
War.

The Women's League will offer
a varied program of activities for
men and women students this
summer, Pat Reed, League Coun-
cil president announced.
The Campus Casbah which
opens Friday will be the scene of
dances from 9 p.m. to midnight
every Friday and Saturday. Art
Starr and his band will furnish
the music and there will be a coke
bar, tables and games for between
the dances fun, Miss Reed said.
Hostesses Needed
Hostesses are needed for the
dances which will be stag or drag
until further announcement. Host-
esses may sign up for dances from
9:30 a.m. until noon and from 1:30
to 5:30 p.m. from Monday to Fri-
day in the Undergraduate Offices
of the League.
John Lekas will conduct begin-
ners' ballroom dancing classes at
7 p.m. starting Tuesday in the
League ballroom. Intermediate
classes will be held at 8 p.m. every
Tuesday. Hostesses are needed to
assist Mr. Lekas, Miss Reed said.
Square Dancing
Old fashioned square dancing
will get a whirl, starting at 7:30
p.m. Monday night. Scott Colburn

will teach the dances and call
them.
Ushering for plays put on by the
Michigan Repertory Players offers
a chance to see plays free, Miss
Reed said. Girls interested in
ushering for individual plays or
for the entire series may sign up
in the Social Director's Office of
the League.
The League Library, located on
the third floor of the League con-
tains many recent books and
magazines as well as reference
books.
Kitrath To Lecture
Prof. Hans Kurath, of the Eng-
lish department, will discuss "De-
limiting the Speech Areas of the
Eastern United States," at 7:30
p.m. today in the Rackham Am-
phitheatre.
Prof. Kurath, who is editor of
The Middle English Dictionary,
opens a series of lectures on lan-
guage and linguistic problems, un-
der the sponsorship of the Uni-
versity Linguistic Institute. The
lectures will be presented each
Tuesday and Thursday.

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MISCELLANEOUS

S'IUDENTS desiring tutoring in
French, Japanese, Latin or Greek-
Please contact Reynold L. Burrows,
215 Prescott House, East Quad. 2-4591.
LOST AND FOUND -
LOST: All white puppy, small male,
vicinity of campus Tuesday. No iden-
tification. Reward. Call 6630. )27
ROYAL No. 2 iron, University Golf
Course. June 16. Reward. Call 2-6292.

ROYAL PORTABLE
TYPEWRITERS
IN STOCK

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RAINEY'S RECLINING
VAPOR BATH, SWED-
ISH MASSAGE AND
BEAUTY SALON

Foreign Language Keyboards
Also Available
GUARANTEED
REPAIR WORK
RENTAL TYPEWRITERS
OFFICE EQUIPMENT
SERVICE CO.
111 So. Fourth Ph. 2-1213

1021 E. Ann St.

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YOUNG WOMAN working for master's
in mathematics desires help from in-
telligent man in mathematics 103s
and 112s. Call Jean, 9764. )30
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS for men students New furni-
ture. Innerspring mattresses 437
Hamilton Pl. Close to campus. Phone
5068.
CLOSE TO CAMPUS, can accommodate
graduate students or teachers for
summer and fall terms. Furnished
suites and part of double room avail-
able now. Plenty of hot water,'show-
er, etc. Reasonable Call 509 S. Divi-
sion St. near Jefferson
APARTMENT available until Septem-
ber 15. Completely furnished, from
automatic toaster to friendly neigh-
bors 924 Lynn Court. Willow Run
Village.
6-ROOM APARTMENT. with private
entrance needs 1 male graduate stu-
dent for summer. 1 block from cam-
pus. Tel. 29130.
HOUSING for trailer family. Inquire
telephone 2-1489. )34
UNUSUALLY lovely double room for a
married couple, two men, or two
women. Close to campus Phone 4546.
)32
DOUBLE ROOM available for summer
and fall. Phone 2-0545. 335 E. Jeffer-
son St. )31

FOR SALE
TYPEWRITERS-12 and 14 inch car-
riage. Good condition Call 2-7490 af
ter. 5:30 p.m. )22
REMINGTON noiseless standard type-
writer. Extra long carriage. Recently
overhauled. Good condition. $40. Ph.
2-2997. )24
ALUMINUMWARE, dishes, rugs, ma-
hogany bedroom -suite, living room
furniture. Phone 2-1512. )25
HYDROPLANE 135 cu. in. New V8-60
engine. Mahogany hull. Will do over
50 miles per hour. 341 Cooley House,
East Quad. Phone 2-4591. )26
MAN'S ENGLISH BIKE: Three speed.
hand brakes. Call 6681. )28
FOAI SALE: Girl's English bicycle-
Almost new. Selling at bargain price.
Inquire of R. O. Smith, Lane Hall.
)29
NEW COLEMAN oil space heater. Cost
$92, sale price $45. Oil drums includ-
ed. Owner moving noon June 25th.
Phone 3574W11, Ypsi. 1577 Spring-
field, Willow Run. )33
TEE OFF with a new set of golf clubs.
Ladies' and men's. Call 2-7053.
BABY BUGGY; maple dressing table
and stool; davenport and chair;
dishes; electric iron; wood clarinet;
tuxedo, topcoat, brown suit, size 36;
ladies' shoes 6%AAAA; Ph. 2-2035.
GAS STOVE! 4-burner, A & B, $40.
Washing machine, Universal, with
many new parts, $65. Walnut-fin-
ished bed, springs and inner-spring
mattress, $15. Combination bottle-gas
and coal and wood table-top model
stove, practically new, $125. Every-
thing in good condition. Call 2-9020.
MAN'S BICYCLE, English made with
hand brakes, basket, kick-up stand,
chain guard and lock. Price $45.00.
Phone 27684 evenings.
CHEVROLET, 1937 master coupe. Radio,
heater. Motor and steering gear re-
cently overhauled. Nearly new bat-
tery, $345. 1359 Rosewood.

FOR SALE
MEN-Ride a Schwinn lightweight
bike. Excellent condition, reasonable.
714 Haven or 2-9580 after 5.
ROLLEICORD camera, -new model, ex-
cellent condition. Leather case. $125.
Call Don Nuechterlein 2-3803.
LEATHER FRATERNITY living room
furniture in fair and good condition.
Cabinets, chairs, tables, couches.
Open to dealers and private parties.
Best offer takes. 715 Hill street after-
noons and evenings. Phone 4187.
HELP WANTED.
S'TUDENT for part-time work at soda
fountain. Swift's Drug Store. 340 S.
State St. Phone 2-0534. )23
WANTED: Coed for counter and foun-
tain work. Morning hours. Phone
5464.
ROOM AND BOARD
BOARDERyS WANTED. Two or three
meals a day. Monday through Friday.
715 Hill Street. Call 4187.
SHOP AND SAVE AT
MARSHALL'S
CUT-RATE DRUG STORE
DRUGS and COSMETICS
featured at
lowest possible prices
BEER - WINES
CHAMPAGNES
S.D.D. for Michigan State
Liquor Control Commission

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IT'S A MICHIGAN TRADITION
TO RELAX AND ENJOY THE FRIENDLY

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