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THE MICHIG AN DIAILN

TUE SnAgY, MRC 8, 041

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WlqwVets'
Saves Time
(Continued from Page 1)
the student-villageites wanted in
the Ble of merchandise was' one
that would probably be sanction-
edl by any economist interested in
a maximum satisfaction of wants.
They drew up a questionnaire,
asking for favorite brands of ci-
garettes, favorite items of cosmet-
ics and toilet articles, most-read
magazines and miscellaneous fav-
orites. The initial inventory was
b~ased on this survey and subse-
quent additions "on expressed de-
;tires of residents.
"Our stocks keep moving be-
cause we've got what our custom-
ers ask for," Bob Casey said. "And
it moves because we're open at, the
mlost convenient hours vie can de-
vis. e T'he four of us share a 12-
hour daily schedule, with our
wives working in the mornings
and Terry and I in the evenings.
Our stocks have quadrupled in the
last six mo~nths ad we've corni-
pletely outgrown our britches here,
but we've been promised new
space shortly."

Talk on China
To Be Given
language IRef orii
Will iBe Iiscit'so,4
The relation between language(
reform and the nationalist movec-
ment in China will be discu:ssed
by John Ike Fra ci, forme) chit f
of the China Political Sectiojn ini
the' Office of StrategicSevc,
in a lecture at 4:15 p.m. today ini
Rackham Amphitheatre.
The talk, entitled, "The Politi-
cal Controversy Over Language
Reform in China", is being spon-
sored by the Department of Ori-
ental Languages; and Literature~
Francis lived and traveled ini
China, Korea and Japan from
1933 to 1936. At the beginning
of the war he taught classes in
Chinese and Japanese at Colum-
bia and Yale, and then held var-
ious positions with the China Po-
litical ection of OSS. Now en-
gaged in graduate work at Colum -
bia University, Francis formerly
taught summer school classes at
the University.
The U.S. Constitution provides
that Congress controls the local
governmertt in Washington, D.C.
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DAILY OFIALBULLETIN

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Song Wcitvd
"The Way of az Ship," U gVO 3 l
of five .sea chanteys by East-'.
throe -Martin will be fetrdini
a Songri;-',o e esrtelby
-,rol. 4 "henVa e~ren J t
'I he pi'ograi whVlichl v,ill ib-
open1 to the public: will also in-
elude sel ctlions> by Handel, Sgam-
batbyari Seri,~einan n
and isen.
IRA IMeeting,

a o ti 8 pILintoday i thXfist
ptrh~rlm dia>ls'dun forthe
SI '~'cY ici r l w iIi s (l.

An.eftt it'tfg

of its

Inte r-Rial ~f:Association wv;ilhe Tliirc t'(4cL- s by Bnhn'. Faure
hedat1::a P.,11. tod"IV in the 15jos\il be played by
t rflf(,ftMai 1Siob,> f, veinan. xviolinist
tomorowat Ly diat Mendelssohn
The ce's Organization will 'cte
hold an imiportant election and 1Jh am xViii be open t0
policy meeting today at 7 p.m.tiepdic
in thle library of Lane Bll, VOr
President Bill Htydton announce'd Cost lfrt,4Ietl
yesterday.
All members; of' VO are urged s .8E ,,~~~ag of the
espec-ially Lo attend the celection f 'ju ot con ingand
I-I ii don said. $'r= rare t 1.

Pubhlication in The Daily Official
Millet in is constructive notice to all
member,; of the University. Notices',
for the Bulletin should be sent i
t) pcwiIt ten form to t he offfice of the
Assitant to the President, Room 1021
Ang,;ll Will, by :3:00 p,_m. on the day
preceding publicamtion (11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays).
TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1947
VOL. LVII, No. 116
Noices
L S & A Freshman Five-Week
Progress Reports will be given out
in the office of the Academic
Counselors, 148 Mason Hall, in the1
following order:
March 19, Wednesday, P. thlin
March 20, Thursday, K thru Q.
March 21, Friday, D thru J.
March 22. Saturday, A thin C.
Students, College of Literature,
Science and the Arts: Except un-
der extraordinary circumstances,
courses dropped after Saturday,
March 22, by st a dents other than
freshmen will fie recorded wiith
the glade of "E".
College of Engineering : Senior
Johnson To Give

Engineers xviocx~t o r(huater death in 1938. The income from
inl J.unle 1947, ; lfl Ottetht,e beuest is to be awarded an-
bJ'ink for dll; iplm applicaion.innL alyto a junior or senior pr'e-
the ciea '01 c.ni23X. meltdicalstudent in the College of
tEne irleerv' in- at kc. I,;ratutre Science and the Arts
for,. writing the best essay on some,
The1'.orixi Ihalh Srvie opiv eoncrning the Ihistory of
physcianliviu atWillw R nmedicinle. Freshmen in the Medi-
Village is Dr. 1,-. 0. rorwsi al School who are on the Coin-
1626 Monson Cour.xxh cnb bined Curriculum in Letters and

Medicine are eligible to compete
in the contest.
Thet following committee haz:
beens appointed to judge the con-
test: Assistaint Pro-fessor Johr
Arthaos, Chiairmain, Prof. A. A.
Christmnan, aind Assist ant Profes;-
sor F. H. Test.
The committee has announced
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Hcamburgs - Chicken -Btar-B-Q's
Good Coffee
HOURS: 8 P.M. - 1 A.M. DAILY
SUNDAY: 1 P.M. - 1 A.M.

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(I""o frraiy (lub ...
'thediS~l~i~f grup f thIe
(tnrur lb ivil eet at
C'entecr.
'1he dis us: sinis des i ;xttl
dents and tbeir wvs
Holcme Planners .
Prospective homne builders will
be addressed on the topic, "Cho-
osing Your Architect and Con-
tractor," by P.. S. Gerganoff. Yp-
silant~i architect, at a meeting of
the Willow Raun Home Pl.anners
Institute to be' held in theo Vil-
lage Community Building At 7:30
p.m. today.
Palestine Forumt.
A first hand survey of condi-
tions in the Holy Land will he

(ranI lapis acouningfirm,
th.firio~ ii Ins t 12a
a.ntoain te East Lat
.pildingtS .
Tal ll; (r itguty ..
"t~rgna" wiil be d iscussed by
Mari Eoi.a Grci, gadutestu-
dent in pyhlga 8 p.m. to-
day in Rcka Amphitheatre.
The lecture i the first in a ser-
on;LatiniAmeican countries
to b presented under the auspices
c ~~ - ,h.It Aoa, Latin American
fratei It ad tiie International
S, quad~olii .1d Fl~tng"
The 1 ann Arbor chapter of the
Air are' ssciaio will meet
al :0pm tomnorrow at the

Prof. Allan Chester Johns on of
Princeton University, will deliver
the second series of Thomas Spen-
cer Jerome Lectures on ancient
civilizations April 15 to 24.
After a 17 year interruption by
depression and war, the lectures
established by the late Thomas
Spencer Jerome, Detroit lawyer
and scholar, will be continued this
year, Prof. J. G. Winter has an-
nounced. The lectures are joint-
ly sponsored by the University
and the American. Academy in
Rome.
Prof. Johnson is an authority in
the field of papyr-i and ancient
history and has edited the four
volumes of the Princeton Papyri.

reached by Unrsity Il_!ents in
nig n d nigtb cliU p
1,1'i12)ver Sity phys7ic:i.
Customnary lei 1;St'i le tl!
are charged(.
When mical seax iee1 ; a e m'e,-
ed at Wilow V'llage, hefllw-
A, Phic itians;
a. For Un iveri'sity of1 M icigan1
Students only,:i cases of e';1cer-
gency, call Ypsilanti_1;31_3 and ask
to be Connected w ithI the Univer-
sity doctor living on ti1le lprdujct
If he cannot bereche d, cal' the"
HeaLlth ;Servie.An br2-451
Cu_1 tomRI y lHes ~a r i1..fees, g ill
be charged.
b. For the coninwity : The fol-
lowing xwilli make hlouse ctalls at
Willow Run Village_. Custom-a1'ciV
fees xwiii be chari'ed ifor t'ries of
these physic2ians;.
Dr. HaroldD lasugon
1,33 W. ihgn 56W 5-.
Dr. Thoaas ,l.13J , 68A-in-
strong, 2951l-W, 25-1
jDr. Ricdlr 1H. 131lfth, 32 N.
Washington, 450-W, 450-1,.
Dr. U. W. Frost,, 32 N. Washing-
ton. 2784-W. 2784-P,.
Dr. Bradley'M. Harris, 220 Pear-l
Street, 2106-W, 1288-R.
Dr. Donald W. Martin, 11 Sav-
ings Bank Bldg., 981-W, 981-R1.
Dir. Albert F. Milford, 32 N,
Washington. 020-W, 520-P.
Dr. Marcia Potter, 318 W. Cross
Street, 106-W, 106-P.
Dr. George S. Sayre, 220 Pearl
Street, 2106-W, 2106-R.,
Dr-. Reuben I. Seime, 302 W.
Cross Street, 212-M, 121-J.
Dr. H. A. Scovill. 107 Washte-
naxV Avenue. 3352-W, 3352-B.
Dr. C. W. Spears, 23 N. Wash-
ington, 505-W, 505-R.
Dr. Frederick B. Williamson, 319
W. Michigan, 1226-W, 1226-P.
Dr. J. J. Woods, 19 N. Washing-
ton Street, 1346, 168.
Dr. Melissa H. Worth, allergy,
15 N. Adams Street, 494, 2-3815
Ann. Arbor.
Dr. W. J. Wright, 133 W. Mich-
igan, 890-W. 890-P.
(The first number following the
above names is t he office phone,
the second the horne phone.)
B. Ambulantce Ser-vice
a.. For Univer-sity of Michigan
students only: Call Health Ser-
vice, Ann Arbor 2-4531. No ch~arge
is made to students for this ser-
vice in emergency cases; a charge
of $8.40 is made for- non-caner-
gency calls.
b. For the community: Call Wil-
low Village 3120, Extension 15. A
fee is charged for this ambulance
service.
Elizabeth Sargent Lee Medical
istory Prize: Established in 1939
by bequest of Prof. Alfred 0. Lee,

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So, by your request,
is now
INFORMAL

FOR RENT
ROOM FOR RENT-Place for University
male student in triple room. Inq'uire
428 Hamilton Place. 2
WANTED
PERMANENT HOME-Mother and ad tilt
daughter; English -speaking Ilelgiuoft
hmigyrats. arriving soon ini Ann Ar-
bor. Need apartment or rooms - -
praeferably near campus -- will ex-
change housework for living quar-
ters. Excellent references. Financially
secure w\itht permanent, incomne. Phone
2-2)020.)
j BUSINESS, SERVICES
TYPING:- Theses, t( tin paper-setc.
Duplicating;: noties, form leIhM °i,
programrs. A'? Typing Service. :~
Nickels Arcade, pihone 9811 ):13
HIGHLY RESTRICTED--
NEW--Unfurnished 3 room "Greenwich
Village" type, privxate bath, finished
in antique green and soft rose. prime,
highly polished oak floors and inlaid
linolcunm, electric apartment stove,
FIJA (ciing $89,001 perVmonthi.
NEW----Unfur-nished 11..zroom '"Ber-
munda'' type, bachelor sleeping apart-
ment (no cooking),- private bath, fin-
ished in soft rose, prmie, highly pol-
ished oak floors and inlaid linoleum,
FHA ceiling $64.00 per month.
RENTAL-Restriel ed to( veterans, with
no children, no pets. Leased on a
yearly basis, rent payable in advance.
Located in 12s mile circ-le of campus.
References required.
WRITE-Box 60, The Michigan Daily.
TAILORING and SEWING
DRESSMAKING. Dresses, Suits, For-
mals, and Bridal Gowns, Alterations.
For appointmcnits, call Mrs. Ringinen.
2-2604. )52

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-GCJ rn Parker piencil 10:00 a.m.
Mo~ -Haven Hall. Finder please
caIIl.a ockwell 1561. Reward, )50
* Elt I' ie 7i rcen Ring; with gold
band0: n i e wSat urday. Reward for
ret urn. Ph1one 694:.1)
FOUD---ja~.Owner m~ay claim by
dec'ibmw amount,' denominations,
arid eons ,,ine to finder's satisfaction.
Harold Porter, Phone 4145. )56
FUD---On a If Uron Sat. night,
xt on;;nts snlesrand pearl bracelet.
(:,Jl(~It pretty, ask for George,
ni oltask for (Ii or Ken. )18.
1LOS'C: 111 lifold. Kotep 'wallet, pictures,
1"'1n11'11 rte,11extreely nec-
p-'tY~ oct y stricken (-coed., Rose-
mayDot y, 1Ph01oe s93l.
WIL I.1 17E"SON who accidentally picked
11p brOwvn l3otany gabardine topcoat
Satioayt ,e' eciing at Martha Cook
open lota';e please exehange' same at
Marn taCook desk? )15
I .O''--Arveycit , Ite lighter (silver)
S'tindiav afte(rnoon between W. Quad
and Micli Theatre. Contact D. W.
Zeii'(r. 214 Michigan House, W. Quad,
Reward. )66
LOs, P--Tani billfold with adelphia crest
'and name, Betty Christman on the
front, In or- bet ween Kresge's and
Alexander's. Very import ant iden-
tificatioen lpapers. Finder can keep
money. Call 3513 Stockwell. )22
HELP WANTED
A CAREER FOR YOU-The telephone
conmpany offer~i interesting work, com-
fortable quarter-s, cafeteria on prem-
ises, vacations with pay, thrift plans,
advancement. For further informa -
tion call 9985 between 8 and 5. Mich-
igan Bell Telephone Co. )33

MAN'S SUIT-Size 37-38. Grayish Co-
vert, Excellent condition. 2-,2349. )13
TUJXEDO SUIT--Size 36. Complete with
shirt. Like new. Phone 2-3456 after
7 panm. )54
FOR SALE-Royal portable Typewriter.
Excellent condition, $50. Call 2-7117
) 53
FORMAL-Drop shoulder, full skirt.
Lovely for Spring. Call 2-4561,- Rooin
215. )16
A BETTER PRICE paid for Men's used
clothing. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. )14
FOR SALE--New set of formal tails,
slyc 38-40. $65.00. New. Worn three
times, will sell for $50.00 complete.
Phone 2-1487 after 5 p.m. )64
REAR. your children with Electronics.
"~Electronic Baby Sitter"~ will reliably
watch your baby, day or night. Priced
reasonably. Call 2-1371 )24
CAMERA-German Agfa Isolette. 6.3
lens, built-in self timer. 12 or 16
pictures on roll of 120. Beautiful ever-
ready case included. Price $30.00. Call
5158, D. S. Baker, Leave message. )4
GOLF-The greatest names in Golf
Clubs. Hagen, Spalding and Wilson.
Have a good assortment of these,
Municipal Golf Course. Call 9230.
Phone number 2-01 75. ) 17
BLUE and Chrome Breakfast-Set; wine
studio couch; easy chair; wine up-
holstered rocker; cedar chest, table
lamp and table-all like new, 1613
Monson Court, Willow Village-after-
noon and evenings. )12
TROPICAL FRUITS FOR EASTER-
Bushel of fancy citrus fruits, nuts,
and jellies, $4.95. Half' bushel, $2.50.,
Pineapple, oranges, or seedless grape-
fruit, $2.75 bushel. $1.50 half bushel.
Tfree ripened juice oranges, 29c dozen.r
Packed 5 or 10 dozen in basket. Pre-
paid by fast express, Tropical Fruit
Mart, Winter Gar'den, Florida. )8

TAILS-New, Size 37-38' Call 2-4591,
for DeCoster, 207 Prescott.

ask
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FOR SALE

For that
Delicious M~idnight Snack
Try
Miller's Box Lundi
Golden Brown Chicken
or Fried Jumbo Shrimp
Home-maide Rolls and Individual Pies
Call 2-7171
We Deliver Anywhere, Anytime
NOW
LV ICMIIGAN SHOWING
ROARING 'I
DAYS of I
'jA PARAMOUNT PCTURE
GEO QUrJ/ IN
GERGE COULOURIS
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, -._ FRANK FAWLN
GAIN MUIR \
also - aies - . .- 5
"PLUTO'S Matines, - PM 3-5c
HOUSEWARMING" ihs - 0
MUSICAL
DEPRECIATION
REVIEW
CITY SLIC SI
plus
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160 MINUTES. OF
MUSICAL MADNESS
THEY'RE GOING FAST!
Only $1.20 Tickets Left

TWO PERFORMANCES
7:00 -9:45 P. M.
HILL AUDITORIUM
March 21, Friday

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Weekdays until 5 P.M., 25c
Evenings and Sundays, 30c
-- Now Playing -
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Fred Astaire, Joan Caulfield
in Technicolor
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Specializing in FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS
Open 11:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. including Sundays.
5400 Plyinouth Road (on the way to Detroit) Phone 9387
HOME OF 'GOOD FOOD
Lunches 11:30-1:30 -- only 65c
Dinners (family style)-5:00-8:00 P.M.--$1.45 to $1.65
418 E. Washington (one-half block off State) Phone 9717
TH1E MAYFLOWER
BREAKFASTS ... LUNCHEONS ... DINNERS
Waffles our specialty . .. Better Coffee
307 South Main Street
COTTAGEIN
Specializing in Horme Cooked'Food .. . Steaks and Chops
Open Weekdays 11.z00 A.M. - 1:30 P.M., 5:00 - 8:00 P.M.
Sundays 11:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M., 5:00 - 9:00 P.M.
Closed Saturdays 512 East Wililam

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PERSONAL
LAURA-Have made new arrangement
for you anti recorded same. For full1
details see us at the Hill Auditorium"
the night of March 21st. Spike Jones.
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MISCELLANEOUS
AND THE NIGHT shall be filled with
Music." That is, if your radio works
O.K. If not, call 9241 or leave it at
The Tavern Cafeteria for quick repairj
service, )62,
ANNOUNCING an addition in person-
nel. We feel free to offer prompt ser~-
vice. Let us help you plan your spring
and summer wardrobe. Hildegarde
Shop. 116 E. Huron, 2-4669. )19
NEW HOSPITAL'POLICY pays you up
to $10.00 per day for room and board,
lius liberal medical and surgical ben-
efits. Airway Underwriters, 712 Wol-
v'erine 'Bldg~, Phone 2-7521. )21
Read and Use
Daily Classified Ads

Light Lunches
..SOUPS
...SALADS
... SANDWICHES
COKES
8:00 A.M.-10:30 P.M.
Weekdays
8:00 A.M.-12:30 P.M.
Friday-Saturday
Clark's Tea Room
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