Senior, Fr osh
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13, 1939
from the same school are: Louise
Higbee, Olga Gruhzit, Betty Jane Bar-
nett, Harriet Pratt, Patricia Stelle,
Virginia Morse, Barbara - DeFries,
Rosamund Meyer and Gloria Donen.
Jerry Klein, a special student, is be-
ing included on both engineering and
literary school ballots.
Business School Candidates
Business school election for the
senior class officers will be from 10
a.m. to 12 noon. Candidates for
president are: Richard Sievers and
Howard Teitlebaum. For secretary,
the candidates are: Fritz Lietchy and
Phyllis Bennett. Treasurer's position
will be contested by Arthur Bar-
tholomew and Douglas Hayes and for
the Dosition of vice-president, Julius
Mellema and Jack MacLeod. The
business school election will allow
one vote for each position, while the
dance elections only permit one vote
B!lections in the architectural
school, the School of Education and
"Miss Michigan," selected by the
Union Opera as the most typical co-
ed, was, in greater demand this last
weekend than any queen who ever
ruled a Hop or Prom.
"Miss Michigan" is the central fig-
ure of the illustrations for this year's
revival Opera. Her features were
designed in accordance with the old
campus adage, "Four out of five
girls are beautiful; and the fifth one
1comes to Michigan." She has a bo-
vine figure; she cannot close her
mouth because her buck teeth get in
the way; and her hair is as wild as a
Yet she is popular. When Union
officers announced last week that
the Opera would be, named "Four
Out of Five," they added that any
men who desired a copy of the por-
trait of Miss Michigan, which was
displayed throughout the campus,
should call at the Union Student
The response was enough to in-
flate any co-ed's ego. The parade
of devotees soon exhausted the
Union's supply of pictures and more
had to be ordered. The Union gives
assurance, however, that pictures will
be available sooner or later to all
men who wish to forget Michigan
women, to keep mice out of their
rooms or to increase anticipation for
the girls back home.
For Michigan Wolverine
Christmas vacation will not see a
scene of peace and quiet around the
Michigan Wolverine, as the coopera.
tive restaurant is going to be com-
pletely redecorated over the holidays,
according to. John Scheibe, '42M,
president of the organization.
Other renovations will include a
soundproofing of the ceiling that wil
absorb 58 per cent of the noise.
Scheibe said. j
Is Debate Topie
Next Semester Varsity
May Be Cut To Ten
An isolation policy for the United
States will be the topic of next sem-
ester's varsity debates, Arthur Se-
cord, coach of men debaters, an-
Men will start to work on the
question on returning from vaca-
tion, the coach said, and at the
start of the second semester the squad
will probably be cut down to ten men
for concentration on the various con-
tests to be scheduled.
The question in full is, "Resolved,
That the Federal Government Should
Adopt a Policy of Strict Military and
Economic Isolation Toward All Na-
tions Not in the Western Hemisphere
Which Are Involved in Armed Inter-
national or Civil Conflict."
The only debate scheduled for next
semester is with Rutgers here March
13. The topic for this contest has
not been chosen yet.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13, 1939
VOL. L. No. 69
Student Tea: President and Mrs.
Ruthven will be at home to students
this afternoon from 4 to 6 p.m.
Juniors and Seniors, College of Lit-
erature, Science, and the Arts, who
expect to qualify for the Teacher's
Certificate, but have not yet regis-
tered with the Teacher's Certificate
Committee should do so immediately.
Those concentrating in Group I (Lan-
guages and Literature) should see
Prof. C. D. Thorpe, 2214 Angell Hall,
MWF, 11-12,. TuTh 2-3; in Group II
(Science), Prof. Paul S. Welch, 4089
Natural Science Building, WF 11-12;
and in Group III (Social Studies),
Prof. B. W. Wheeler, 316 Haven Hall,
Library Hours: During the vacation
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Griffin Says Distribution Costs Up
New and more efficient production
methods have made distribution pro-
blems and costsrisedconsiderably in
the last half-century, according to'
Dr. Claire E. Griffin, dean of the
business administration school who
addressed Sigma Rho Tau, honorary
engineering society last night in the
Union. Dean Griffin, who is a recog-
nized authority on distribution costs,
said that while the consumer of today
pays less for his products than his
predecessor of fifty years ago, more
of the money he pays for goods is
spent in :distribution. The shift of
workers from productive to distribu-
tive occupations has made the cost
of distribution rise, he said. Dean
Griffin concluded oy saying that due
to more efficient methods of pro-
duction, the increased distribution
costs are not too high.
Dean Griffin made use of his
years of experience as instructor at
Dartmouth and Johns Hopkins and
as an expert of the U.S. Shipping
Board and the Central Board of
Planning and Statistics in present-
ing his talk.
EXTRA TRAIN SERVICE
DECEMBER 15, 1939
To Chicago - GrandRapds
And Intermediate Points
Leaves Ann Arbor 1:00 P.M.
Section Train No. 44 (all points East) leaves 3:45 P.M.
Section Train No. 8 (all points East) leaves 6:30 P.M,
in the music school will be from
p.m. to 5 p.m.
We will remain open dur-
ing the Christmas Holidays.
Meet Me at
or Reguldr Sandwiches
ph. 9288-6339 601 E. Liberty
Next to Michigan Theatre
... . .
a complete line of
SHIRTS and TIES I
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Effective as of February 14, 1939
12c per reading line (on basis of
five average words to line) for one
or two insertions.
10c per reading line for three or
Minimum of 3 lines per inser-
These low rates are on the basis
o cash payment before the ad is
inserted. If it is inconvenient for
you to call at our offices to make
payment, a messenger will be sent
to pick up your ad at a slight extra
charge of 10c.
For further information call
23-24-1, or stop at 420 Maynard
ARTICLES FOR SALE--3
FOR SALE-Kerry Blue Terrier
Pups. Ideal Christmas present.
Intelligent companions and play-
mates. Never shed. Ph. 8293. 134
SEVEN ROOM Country House-20
minutes ride from campus. Attrac-
tively furnished. Electric stove.
Completely modern-$35. Also two
rooms to rent in farm home. Box
159, Ann Arbor. 128
WASHED SAND AND) GRAVEL -
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company. Phone
I - F" - -1
STRAYED, LOST, FOUND -- 1
LOST-Turquoise Indian dinner
ring. Valuable keepsake. Lost a
week ago. Reward. Phone 2-1968.
LOST-Black wallet Saturday night.
Driver's license name Robert Cole.
Please keep money. Call Milton
Pederman, 2-4409. 130
LOST-Bluish green topcoat in
Business Ad. School. No questions
asked. Call 4442. George R. Bow-
den. $5 reward. 132
LOST-Gold locket, album style.
Locket worthless-contents (three
males) valuable. Reward. Phone
LOST-Pair of eye glasses, brown
case, Monday in Main University
Library or en route to 417 E. Huron.
Reward. Phone 7781. 135
LOST-Black and green Shaeffer
pen. Name on pen-E. Haymans.
Reward. Call 477 Jordan Hall. 136
TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen,
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or
TYPING-Miss L. M. Heywood, 414
Maynard St. Phone 5689. 43
TYPING SERVICE-Dorothy Testa,
M.A. 625 E. Liberty (at State St.)
2-1835. Reports, thesis, disserta-
Low Fares to All Points
PROMPTLY at 7 o'clock every
night, reduced rates go into
effect for long distance tele-
phone calls to most points. The
same reduced rates also are in
effect all day Sundays, and on
Christmas and New Year's days.
Below are shown rates for calls
to many points. For rates to
other places, see page 5 in the
telephone directory, or dial' 'O"
and ask "Long Distance."
RATES #6R 3-MINUTE
(Nights after 7
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AUCTION off your die hard Arrows
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We'll admit Arrow shirts last too
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what can you expect? We're in the
groove so to speak, and turn out a
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Each one comes up gleaming with
that inimitable Arrow collar, anchored
buttons, Mitoga fit, beautiful pat-
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shrunk (shrinkage less than 1%), and
the price to you gentlemen is only
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See your dealer today - he's got
the new ones in.
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look neat today. 1114 S. Univer-
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IMPROVE your standing as a first-
class Santa Claus this year. Chances
are you can check off a large part of your,
Christmas list with the money you save
at Greyhound's reduced fares for your
trip home. Super-Coaches are warm andi
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Eastern Michigan Bus Depot
Sample RoundTrip Fares
KANSAS CITY .... 20.10
MILWAUKEE ... 9.00
NEW YORK ....... 22.70
INDIANAPOLIS .... 10.30
' CINCINNATI ....9.65
BUFFALO ......... 11.65
. .. .... .35
larbor . . .50
x ... .... .65
X. .. . .55
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... ..........-. -30
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on . . .35
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ARRo w has its ear to the
ground . . . catches
every new quirk in shirt-
styling here and abroad.
That's why we sell Arrow
fancy shirts - and that's
why you should hurry on
down and get yourself
some choice ones. $2, up.
State Street on the Campus
Shop For Men's Gifts at Wagner's
More than just practical
are definitely pleasing for
any man's Christmas. New
Datterns arriving weekly.
Sault Ste. Marie . . .. .80
Traverse City .60
On a call for which the charge
is 50 cents or more, a fed-
eral tax applies