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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1946

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ZOUNDS!
Anglo-Saxon
'Demons' Set
To Do Battle
The Lnghsh department "Demons"
will play three softball games this
week, James Robertson, manager of
the battling humanists, has an-
nlounced.
First game to be played will be
against the engineering research
faculty, at 6:30 p.m. today at South
Ferry Field. This will be the first
meeting between the veteran "De-
mons" and the athletic scientists.
"We usually play at 5 p.m.," Ro-
bertson said, "but the engineers in-
sist upon eating first.,
A grudge game will be played at
5 p.m. tomorrow when the once-
vanquished literary gentlemen will
take on the Bus. Ad.-Ec. team who
trounced them a week back. Careful
selection of the umpire is being made
beforehand by the English faculty
team.
The chemistry department team
has challenged the 'Demons" to a
return game after the "Demons"
14-6 victory over the physical sci-
entists a week ago Saturday. Despite
inclement weather and a slight in-
feriority complex after their beating
at the hands of the Bus. Ad.-Ec.
team, the "Demons" stepped to the
front with the aid of Pitcher Fogle
who labored on the mound for four
and two-thirds innings when he was
replaced by Pitcher Green.

HOPWOOD WINNERS--Clara M. Laidlaw (left) and Russell M. La Due (center) received major awards in
the fiction division of the Hopwood contest yesterday. John A. Merewether (right) won 5700 in the drama
division. Major award winners not pictured include James Baker, poetry division; Kathleen Thumin, and
Josephine Eckert, fiction division and Shirley Robin, drama division.

Second Annual
WorkShop On
ReligionU Slated
Attendance of eighty persons is ex-
pected at the second annual Work-
shop in Religious and Character Edu-
cation which will be held June 23,
through July 5 at the University.
The Workshop, which is sponsored
by the University Extension Service
and Dr. Edward W. Blakeman, coun-
selor in religious education, will be
directed by Prof. Ernest M. Ligon,
author and research psychologist at
Union College, Schenectady, N.Y.
Workshop members will have sec-
tional meetings each morning, a
demonstration school in the after-
noons and lectures or forums in
the evenings.
Evening lectures will be given by
Rabbi Leon Fram, Temple Israel, De-
troit; Dr. Francis J. Donahue of the
University of Detroit; and Dr. Leon-
ard A. Stridley, Oberlin School of
Theology.
shDr. Blakemansaid that the Work-
shpwill discuss the results of the
junion - Westminister re se ar chl in
character education through the
means of church schools. A compari-
son between church school teaching
methods which help children to think,
associate and behave freely with a
set of Christian attitudes and those
which drill pupils in sacred litera-
ture and facts of history and religion
will be made.
Hold Your Bonds

*R'adi & gece( 7l#te4
Classical jazz fans will want to come in and look over
the new shipment of Blue Note and Commodore record-
ings which feature such old standbys as Sidney Bechet,
J. P. Johnson, Eddie Condon, Chu Berry, Billie Holi-
day, etc. .
In the albums, "The Duke" digs out with "Lazy
Rhapsody" and "Aierry-Go-Round"... "Freddie Slack's
Boogie Woogie" really melts the ivories and "Upswing"
features Goodman, Shaw, Miller, and T. Dorsey
So, we'll see you at the .. .
RADIO AND RECORD SHOP ...
715 North University, Phone 3542
North End of Diagonal

Venezuelan Doctor
Will Visit Ann Arbor
Dr. Pedro Iturbe, president of the
Federation of Associations for the
Prevention of Tuberculosis in Ven-
zuela, will be in Ann Arbor from
Saturday to Monday as part of a
three month tour of this country
at the invitation of the Department
of State.
Dr. Iturbe will confer with Dr.
Malcolm H. Soule, chairman of the
department of bacteriology and Dr.'
John D. Adcock, assistant professor
of internal medicine.

Campus Highlights

Initiation Held . ..
New members initiated into Zeta
Phi Eta, women's national speech
arts fraternity are:
Peg Kohr, Phyllis Barenes, Mar-
ion Revs, Pat Pontius, Barbara E-
der, Marjorie Hetler, Norma Metz,
Naomi Vincent, Sally Smith, Bar-

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LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Silver, leaf-shaped earring
with pearl setting. Along Division,
Madison, Senior Ball night. Call
Pat, 4121, ext. 2145. Reward.
LOST: Black and gold Parker pen.
Initials M.L.M. Reward. Call Mit-
chell, 4701.
LOST: Black Shaeffer fountain pen.
Top with name on band. Call
Betty Bloxsom at 2-2591.
LOST: Ladies' grey Shaeffer pen,
somewhere on campus. Needed .for
finals. Call Jackie, 2-3119.
LOST: Brown pocket picture folder
containing Social Security , I.D.,
pictures and eligibility card. Lost
Sat. night somewhere in Ann Ar-
bor. Desperately needed. Call Ann
Maidanick, 7330.
LOST: Silver identification bracelet.
"Burton A. Kolb" engraved on
plate. Finder please notify Burton
Kolb, 1357 Erving Ct., Willow Run.
Reward.
LOST: "Rainfair" brand tan rpin-
coat at Union. Call Gene at 2-4551.
Reward for return.
LOST: 3-strand pearl bracelet after
Senior Ball. Jefferson near May-
nard. Call 5838. Reward. (16
FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Single room for busi-
ness woman or graduate student
in private home with two other
women. Breakfast privileges. Ph.
3958. (19

FOR SALE
NAVY MEN: Officer's grey (summer)
blouse for sale. Size 36. Worn only
a once. $5. Also grey cap cover (7)
and blue wool overseas cap (7/4).
214 S. Ingalls. 2-7449.
FOR SALE: Suit, 39L, 2 button.
double breasted, light blue covert.
Jack Lawson, Psi U House, 1000
Hill. (18
HELP WANTED
WANTED: Student for ADVERTIS-
ING position. Part time, Mademoi-
selle Shop. Good experience, salary.
Take over my job for summer. B.
Singer, 2-5184.
MEN for part time .work on farm,
preferably with farm background
and experience. Laboratory orch-
ard, 1831 Traver Road. Phone 8023.
(10
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED: Apartment of three or
more rooms at Willow Village or
elsewhere to sublet during sum-
mer. Call 755.
HIGHEST PRICE! Paid for a one or
two bed room furnished apartment.
Lease of two or more years re-
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venience. Best references. Care
given property. Call Kashmiry 2-
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A RECORD! Up to $250 per nonth
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Wanted by a family at earliest
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WANTED
DRIVING to New Orleans June 21.
Two passengers to help drive and
share expenses. Call 2-4431 Rm.
213 after 6 p.m.
PROFESSIONAL couple wish ride to
New York City by June 22. Will
pay all expenses. Write Box 20,
Daily.

HAVE room for three passengers to
Portland, Oregon leaving June 24.
Phone Northville 528. Rev. Lloyd
E. Young.
WANTED: Two passengers to Phila-
delphia leaving early the morning
of June 18. Call 6438.
WANTED: Two English style bi-
cycles; man's, woman's. Three-
speed preferred. Write or come to
1603 Monson Court, Willow Run.
WANTED: Girls to-room in sorority
house for summer session. 722
Forest, 2-2539.
GRADUATE will pay for ride to
Charlevoix or Petoskey, Michigan,
June 21, 22, 23. Call Rabel, 2-
4028. (17
TRANSPORTATION WANTED: To
Washington or Oregon. Will share
expenses. Any time after June 15.
Call Margeson at 2-4603. (20
WANTED: Girl's bicycle with shift,
in good condition. July or sooner.
Call 3185. (3
MISCELLANEOUS
MEN'S Used Clothing Wanted. Best
prices paid. Sam's Store, 122 East
Washington.
TRANSPORTATION
DRIVING TO TEXAS: June 20. Pas-
senger wanted to share expenses
and driving. Phone 6748.
DRIVING TO MILWAUKEE: June
21. Passengers wanted to share ex-
penses. Phone Ypsilanti, 3582-J2.

bara Sisson, Kathleen Watson,
Eras Ellis, Jean Parsons, Lois Ben-
des, Clarice Bercy, Nell Schloet-
zer, Barbara Green, Barbara Weis-
berg, Janice Carter, Mary Jane
Wheeler and May Dix.
Donahue Gets Post-...
Dr. Wilma T. Donahue, director of
the Bureau of Psychological Services,
has just been named president of the
Association of Midwestern Psychia-
trists and Clinical Psychologists.
Film To Be Shown . ..
An Army sound film on the care
and rehabilitation of Percy Jones
amputees will be shown at 4:15
p.m. today in the Rackham Am-
phitheatre.
Guild Open House ...
Roger Williams Guild will have an
Open House at 8:30 p.m. Friday ir.
the Guild House with ping-pong, mu-
sic, dancing and bridge.
Senior Night will be held at 6
p.m. Sunday. Members will go to the
Arboretum for a picnic and there will
be a discussion on "What Guild
Meant to Me."
Tea for Graduates ...
Foreign students who are grad-
uating from the University this
semester will be hoiored at a tea
at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the Inter-
national Center.
* * *
Ice Cream Social .. .
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student
club, ,will have an Ice Cream Social
from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Saturday.
Money will be contributed to the
Gamma Delta Chapel Memorial Fund
which will be used to erect a mem-
orial chapel on the campus of the
University of Alabama in memory
of Gamma Deltans killed in the war.
* *
MCF Discussion ...
Frank Peake will lead the Michi-
gan Christian Fellowship in a dis-
cussion of "The Glorified Saviour"
at 8 p.m. today at Lane Hall.

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