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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LIGHTING ONLY:
illage Power Policy Changc
uled Impossible by FPHA

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s," he said, "but we intend
e Village residents as com-
e as possible in the process."
azard
ge wiring is not heavy
to carry an extra load,

eh News

hie BAPTIST YOUNG MAR-
DS will have a pot-luck supper
:30 p.m. today at the Guild'
se, 502 East Huron.
embers of the ROGER WIL-
MS GUILD will meet at 7:30
today at the Guild House to
o the Intramural Building for
vening of games. f
nten devotions, including
ediction and Stations of the
s, will be held at 7:30 p.m. to-
at ST MARY'S CHAPEL.
* * *
efreshments and music will
w an evening of ice-skating at
Coliseum for members of the
LEYAN GUILD today.
le skaters will leave the lounge
30 p.m. Anyone not interested
Gating may stay at the Guild
se to play games or listen to
rds. .~
ie CANTERBURY CLUB will
an open house from 4 to 6
today at the Student Center.

he said, and an overload on the
line is a definite fire hazard. "We
realize that this policy imposes an
nconvenience on Village resi-
lents," he added, "but certainly
'revention of a disastrous fire is
nore vital."
According to Annala, tighter
┬░ontrols over use of electrical ap-
)liances are necessary because "a
lumber of fires have been caused
n the last three weeks by amateur
viring and excess loading of elec-
rical circuits."
Glassberg revealed that the!
F'PHA has had to replace 15,000
'uses in temporary housing proj-
acts. Fuse boxes at the Village are
kept locked, he said, but they have
been broken open in some cases. A
University law student Was disci-
3lined last week by the Law
School's Administrative Commit-
tee for tampering with a fuse box
at his Willow Village residence.
No Penalies Specified
Glassberg expressed confidence
that it would not be necessary to
use severe measures to enforce the
policy prohibiting the use of elec-
trical appliances. He said that
Willow Village residents must un-
derstand the reasons for the order
and its importance to their own
and. their neighbors' safety.
He refused to specify the penal-
ties which would be imposed upon
residents failing to comply with
regulations. Annala had stated
that in cases of "flagrant viola-
tion' of regulations governing use
of electricity, tenants will be evict-
ed.

CAMPUS
BRIEFS,
Internf(aiortal Tea . .
The regular weekly tea dance
for foreign students and their
friends will be held from 4:30 to 7
p.m. today in the International
Center.
Sunday Supper .. .
A program of violin and piano
selections will follow a supper for
foreign students and friends at
6:30 p.m. Sunday in the Interna-
tional Center.
Reservations for supper should
be made before tomorrow noon
in the International Center of-
fice. The musical program is
open to the public.
Coffee Hour ...
A coffee and conversation hour
for all students studying German
will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. today
in the League Cafeteria.
FESPC Discussion .. .
Rev. Edward H. Redman of
the Unitarian Church, will dis-
cuss the FEPC at the first meet-
ing of Progressive Citizens of
America at 8 p.m. Sunday in
the Union.
The organization was formed
by a merger of the Independent
Citizens Committee of the Arts,
Sciences and Professions and the
National Council Political Ac-
tion Committee at the end of
December.
Skating Frolic.. .
A midwinter ice skating frolic
will be held by public health
school :students and staff at the
Coliseum iMonday night.
Competitive races will be stag-
ed and refreshments wil be serv-
ed.
* *
French Film . ..
"The Baker's Wife," French film
with English titles, and a Laurel
and Hardy short, "Dirty Work,"
will be shown at 8:30 p.m. today
and tomorrow at the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.

WILL SING COUNTESS ROLE
--Rose Derderian, who will sing
the role of the Countess in' Mo-
zart's "The Marriage of Figaro,"
to be presented by the speech de-
partment and the music school
March 11-15.
Mystery Play,
To Bre Given

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Detroit Guild Show
To Star 'U' Graduate
Patricia Winkworth, former 'U'
student, will be starred in the De-
troit Dramatic Guild's presenta-
tion of "The Perfect Alibi' Wed-
nesday and Thursday at Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
Miss Winkworth, after leaving
the University in 1939, studied dra-
matics at Rollins Studio Theatre,
where she was featured in such
plays as "Tovarich," "Our, Town"
and "School For Husbands." She
is now doing professional radio
work in Detroit.
"The Perfect Alibi," a mystery
by A. A. Milne, will mark the first
appearance of the Detroit Drama-
tic Guild in Ann Arbor.
The play will be staged in asso-
ciation with the Smith College
Club of Ann Arbor.
Read and Use
Daily Classified Ads

ART CINEMA LEAGUE
an INTER-CO-OP COUNCIL
Present'
AIM ln The...
English Titles: French Dialogue
Also: LAUREL AND HARDY in "Dirty Work"
Thurs., Fri., Sat., Feb. 27, 28, Mar. 1 - 8:30 P.M.
LYDIA MENDELSSOHNTHEATRE
Box Office Opens 2 P.M. Daily
Admission 42c (Tax inc.) Reservations, Phone 6300
"'The most earthy, human, funny and realistic French
movie seen here in years."--THE NEW YORKER

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Coming Sunday
'SISTER KENNY"

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WHEN THE WEATHER CALLS
FOR DOUBLE-SOLED PROTECTION

FOR SALE
FOR SALE: 1946 Mercury town sedan.
All extras.5Best offer today. Call
4121, Ext. 568 )53
ARGUS SLIDE PROJECTOR (2x2).
carrying case, built-in tray. Phone
6883. )50
PORTABLE record player, 3 months
old, good condition, $25. Call 2-7374
after 6. )66
NEW G.E. DW58 LIGHT METER with
case. Guaranteed perfect, $22. Call
Mr. Mee, 611 Church St., Ph. 9183. )39
PLYMOUTH 140, black 4-door, '46
Dodge Motor, Good Tires, Heater.
$975. Phone 8682, evenings, 5:30 to
7:30.)7
1939 CHEVROLET town sedan. Call
after 3 p.m., 406 Greene House, East
Quad. )49
DIAMOND engagement ring. % carat.
Box 43, Mich. Daily. )61
ONE TICKET Lotte Lehmann concert,
good seat, main floor. Phone 5519.
PERSONAL
ATTENTION: (MUCKET) -USERS. The
Amalgamated Mucket Co. is now
serving Ann Arbor. Complete new
stock available. C. Hooker, Rm. 6,
Winchell House, 2-4401. )15
TAILORING and SEWING
DRESSMAKING and alterations, also
iChgAN
Playing through Saturday
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teacher of sewing. Miss Livingston
315 S. Division, second floor front.
)33
WANTED TO BUY
SLIDE RULE: K & E Log-Log Trig or
Deci-Trig, 10-inch. John Bengtson,.
Dorm 15, Rm. 23, West Lodge, Tel.
9213. )17
TRANSPORTATION
HURRY GANG this is your last chance
to fly to Boston for spring vacation
in a chartered major airlines plane.
For the quickest, cheapest, most
convenient way home. Write Ray
Newhall, Box 722, West Lodge, Ypsi-
lanti, and I'll send you complete in-
formation. Time is SHORT. )56
WANTED
THERE'S A FUTURE for women in the
telephone business. If you're look-
ing for an interesting, well-paying
job that has a future, come to see
us now. We will welcome you and
will answer all your questions
cheerfully. Apply 323 E. Washing-
ton.)5
TWO STUDENTS living at Pittsfield
Village to deliver the Michigan Dai-
ly. Good pay. Apply Student Pub-
lications Bldg. Phone 2-3241. )11
FOR RENT
TYPEWRITERS NOW AVAILABLE for
rent standards or portables - Office
Equipment Service Co., 111 S. Fourth
Ave. )36
TYPEWRITERS now available for rent,
standards or portablese - Office
Equipment Service Co., 11 S. Fourth
Ave. ) 36
DOUBLE GARAGE. Will rent singly or
together. Inquire 915 Green Street.
Diamonds
andO
Wedding
Rings
717 North University Ave. y

Educators Wi
Attend Meeting
In Atlantic City
A delegation of nine faculty
members from the education school B
will attend the first national post- '
war convention of the American t
Association of School Administra- A
tors being held in Atlantic City A
tomorrow through Thursday. p
Representatives from the edu- u
cation school will be: ProfessorsV
Thomas Diamond, Claude Eggert-
sen, Harlan C. Koch, Howard Y.
McClusky, Arthur B. Moehlman,
Raleigh Schorling, Clifford Woody,
Stuart A. Courtis and Dr. George
E. Carrothers~I
Edmonson Paper S
Superintendents of schools, m
high school principals and repre- 3,
sentatives from several colleges,
an anticipated total of 400 from
Michigan alone, will attend. Ten
general sessions and 33 afternoon m
discussion groups are planned.- 13
Dean J. B. Edmonson, of the
education school, who will be un-
able to make the trip at this time, G
will submit a paper on "Eliminat-
ing Bias in Textbooks," to be read W
at one of the sessions.
Convention Exhibit m
The convention exhibit will con- in
sist of a display of the newest in
educational books and equipment. W
Speakers scheduled by Henry -
H. Hill, AASA president, include
Ellis G. Arnall, of Georgia, Assist-
ant Secretary of State William
Benton, who was chief of the
American UNESCO delegation,
President Conant, of Harvard Uni-
versity, Mayor Humphrey, of Min-
neapolis, Secretary of Interior
Krug, Mrs. Eugene Meyer, noted
journalist, Superintendent A. J.
Stoddard, of Philadelphia, and
NEA President Pearl A. Wana-
maker, state superintendent of
public instruction in Washing-
ton.
Hillel Panel
Following services at 7:45 p.m.
today at B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun-
dation, there will be a panel dis-
cussion on "Academic Freedom-
How Far?"
After the discussion, there will
be a socal hour.
RTISINGr
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Glasses in brown case, Tues.,
morning on campus. Uhlemann Op-
tical Co. on lens cloth. Please con-
tact Jane Galantowicz, 3004 Stock-
well, 2-4471. )8
WILL THE PERSON who "borrowed"
ny bicycle Monday return it to 1408
Washtenaw. No questions asked. )65
DOUBLEHeart-shaped Bracelet bear-
ing SAE and Alpha Xi Delta crests _
between Mich. Theatre and Alpha Xi
Delta House Sunday night. Reward.
Call 2-5570. )64
LOST: Wristwatch. Black face, pink
gold case. Name on back: Jean Ath-
ay. If found, please call 5740. )4a
LOST: Mexican Silver Necktie Clip,
Saturday, between Mich. Union and
Washtenaw. Reward. Phone Swords,
8568. )62
LOST: Ladies Tiffany watch. Yellow
Gold with two diamonds. Lost be-
tween State and Packard and Haven
Hall Tuesday night. Reward. Call
4521. Stockwell Hall. )52
FIELD JACKET, gloves, scarf and ur-
gently needed keys mistakenly tak-
en from second floor of Union Feb.
21st. Reward, Write Box 778, West
Lodge, Ypsilanti, Mich. )24
LOST: Green and gold Parker 51 pen.

Initials R. T. V. on cap. Reward, ph.
9785.
LOST: Brown zipper purse, ' vicinity
Holmes Rd. or Ann Arbor Greyhound
bus. Mary Venton, 736 S. State. Tel.
2-6295 or 8646. Reward. )9
HELP WANTED
WANTED: Clothing Salesman that can
put in as much time as possible. Has
to be all day Saturday and would
prefer at least 2 or 3 other full days.
Box 5, Mich. Daily. )35
WANTED: Girl to work for room. Call
mornings. Ph. 4770. )2
COEDUCATIONAL Summer Camp in _
Michigan. Two openings for worpen -
counselors. Specialized craft or dance
instruction. Jewish clientele. Write
J. Carron, 924 Oakland. )10
CUPBOARD
CI CKEN DINNERS
P.. including Sundays.

Publication in The Daily Official b. University Council-Prof. L.
ulletin is constructive notice to all A. White. No report.
nembers of the University. Notices
r the Bulletin should be sent in c. Executive Board of Graduate
ypewritten form to the offfice of the School-Prof. J. M. Cork.
.ssistant to the President, Room 1021
ngell Iliall, by 3:00 pam. on the day d. Senate Advisory Committee
receding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat- on University Affairs-Prof. R. C.
,rdays). Angell.
e. Deans' Conference - Dean
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1947 HaywArd Keniston.
VOL. LVII, No. 101 6. Special order. Course for
freshmen on the Great Books of
Notices the Western World.
7. Announcements.
Faculty, College of Literature,
cience, and the Arts: March . New-business.
eeting, 4:10 p.m., Mon., March
Rm. 125, Agell all.Pudlic Health Nursing Assem-
Rm. 1025, Angell Hall,
Hayward Keniston bly: 3:30 p.m., Tues., March 4. Au-
Agenda ditorium, School of Public Health.
1. Consideration of minutes of Etihe EtitiSigentuDireAssoc -
eeting of February 3, 1947 (pp, atione will seak n "Treds in
323-1326). _ation,_willspeakon"Trendsin
2. Presentation of new members.
3. Memorial for Prof. Moses
omberg.
4. Resolution for Prof. C. P.
Vagner.
5. Consideration of reports sub-
itted with the call to this meet- FO LKI
ag.
a. Executive Committee-Prof.
Villiam Haber. n
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Nursing." Anyone interested
invited. Tea will be served.
Honor Societies: A Direc
Card for each Honor Soc
should be filed with the Offic
Student Affairs at the begini
of each school year, listingc
cers for the current year.
group which is not so regist
for 1946-47 should register be
March 1. A form for this pur
may be secured in Rm. 2, Uni
sity Hall.
Graduate Students expectin
receive degrees at the June C
imencement must have their
ploma applications in the G
uate School office on or be
March 1. Doctoral students
petting degrees this term are
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