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AGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCII 19, 1947

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OLD-TIME MELODRAMA:
'Ten Nights in a Barroom'
Called 'Shocking' by Villager

By PERRY LOGAN
"It's shocking, positively shock-
ing! I wouldn't let any son of
mine see such a scandalous thing,"
Voracious P. Hidebound, manager
of the Willow Delicatessen, ex-
claimed yesterday. "I would sort
of like to see if myself, though,"
he added wistfully.
Hidebound's stealthy whispers
referred to "Ten Nights in a Bar-
room," the forbidden classic to
Spanish Play
To Be Given
Here In April
"Los Interes Creados", the
Spanish play by Jacinto Bena-
vente, Nobel prize winner, will be
presented by La Sociedad Hispan-
ica April 1 and 2 in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
Centering around bonds uniting
rich and poor, the action is set
in a seventeenth century back-
ground. Crispin, the leading role
will be played by Carlos Soares,
while Leandro and Sylva, the ro-
mantic leads will be played by
Richard Defendini and Angela
Pons.
Directed by Mr. Anthony Pas-
quariello of the Romance Lang-
uage department, the cast will in-
clude Achilles Kacavakis, John
Falconieri, Roger Busseuil, Jeanne
North, Andee Sugar, Nardo Gu-
tierrez, Morris Bornstein, Gerald
Dykstra, Freda Pered, Esther Del-
gado, Allegra Pasqualetti, Shelby
Baylis, Sherman Poteet, Emil Hur-
tik and B. Clark King.
Mrs. Ruthven Will
Fete Faculty Club
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven,
president of the faculty Women's
Club, will entertain the club at
a tea from 3:30 to 5:30 today.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Alex-
afider M. Valerio, Mrs. John W.
Hyde, Mrs. Edward Ham, Mrs. Jo-
seph Lincoln, Mrs. Woolsey W.
Aunt, and' Mrs. Kenneth McMur-
ry. Those who will pour are Mrs.
C. S. Yoakum, Mrs. Samuel Dana,
Mrs. Marvin L. Niehuss, Mrs.
James B. Edmonson, Mrs. Robert
P. Briggs, and Mrs. Hayward Ken-
iston.
TYPEWRITERS
Bought, Sold, Rented Repaired
STUDENT & OFFICE SUPPLIES
O. D. MORRILL
314 S. State St. Phone 7177
RAZOR'S EDGE STARTS
1:25 - 4:00
6:35 - 9:20 P.M.

be presented at 8 p.m. Friday. Sat-
urday and Sunday at West Lodge,
Willow Village by the Willow Vil-
lage Little Theatre group. The
name "Willow Village" is a euphe-
mism from the book of the same
name by John Dos Passos. I
"If there were less drinking byI
Ann Arbor students we would all
be better off," Laird Schmidt, who
plays the contemptible villain,
pointed out. "It would leave more
for the mud-bound students in
Wistful Vista." The phrase "Wist-
ful Vista" is quoted from "Euphe-
mism" by John Doe Passos.
"Temperance in Our Time" is
the fervent plea presented by this
tear-swelling drama, a product of
the 1850's. "They had their Red
scares in those days, too " politic-
ian Stalingrad J. Pinsk observed.
"It was during the popular up-
risings of 1848," he went on, "that
Herr und Frau Marx became un-
duly agitated over the birth of
their only son Karl, who was a
very red baby."
Natural instinct plays a major
part in this drama of the bottle.
Although all students and towns-
people have been invited to attend
this showing of what Nature's can
do spelled forwards, prospective
customers are warned that unless
all children under 12 are muzzled,
there will not be enough beer to
go around.
Tickets for this venture into the
back room are on sale at Wahr's
bookstore and the Willow Village
PX. University officials, fearful
lest coeds discover the type of
woman that is allowed to stay up
after 10:30 are hoping that they
can find something better to do
this week end.

UNION NOTES]
The Union's weekly faculty-
student Coffee Hour will be held
from 4:15 to 5:30 p.m. today in
the Terrace Room. with faculty
members from the forestry de-
partment as special guests.
Both men and women students
are welcome at these informal
gatherings, whose main purpose
is to give faculty members and
students an opportunity to become
acquainted. Coffee and other re-
freshments will be provided.
The annual Sweater-Weather
Hop, sponsored by the Union ex-
ecutive council, will be presented
from 9 to 12 p.m. Saturday in the
ballroom.
Every guest must wear a sweat-
er, and sweaters will be awarded
as door prizes to the holders of
lucky ticket numbers.
Frank Tinker and his band will
supply the music, and the Wash-
tenaw quartet, a student group,
will provide intermission enter-
tainment.
Students who have the qualifi-
cations and the time to tutor may
still offer their services to the
Union Tutorial Service. Tutors
must have earned an A in the
subject they wish to teach, or B
if it is in their field of concentra-
tion.
Tutors and tutorees will be
brought together by the Tutorial
Service, but fees will be paid di-
rectly to the tutors.
Army Plane Rescues
Shipwrecked Virginians
TAMPA, Fla., March 18-(IP)-
A last chance flare today at-
tracted an Army plane which res-
cued two exposure-blackened Vir-
ginians who had been adrift .11
days in the stormy Gulf of Mex-
ico.

FOREIGN STUDY:
New Institute Ready to Help
U.S. Students Goini. to France

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Amierican students who wish to
study at schools in France may
receive aid in choosing a school
and course of study through the
facilities of the newly-organized
American Institute of France.
Although the Institute does not
offer scholarships or financial as-
sistance, it is able to provide ex-
perienced counselling and person-
al introductions, in the case of es-

der the auspices of the Institute Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
may receive financial assistance members of the University.Notices
under the terms of the G.I. Bill of for the Bulletin should be sent in
Rights. typewritten form to the offfice of the
Although the Institute is not Assistant to the President, Room 1021
primarily concerned with housing Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
students. it will assist American preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
studnts itwil assst mercan urdays).
students in securing accommoda. -
tions at the American House at WEDNESDAY MARCH 19, 1947
University City in Paris, and will
offer assistance in obtaining living VOL. LVII, No. 117

for Chemists., Physicists, and Engi-,
neers, with the Office of Naval Re-
search. For further information,
call Mr. Jones. Bureau of Appoint-,
ments. extension 371.

pecially qualified students, to the quarters.
leading experts in France in their Formed by a group of American
particular field of study. and French citizens resident in
Veterans studying in France un- this country during the war years,
the Institute has already assisted
SAmerican students in enteringI
Anti-Nazi Film French universities during the
current school year.

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Notices
L S & A Freshman Five-Week
Progress Reports will be given out
in the office of the Academic
Counselors, 108 Mason Hall, in the
following order:
March 19, Wednesday, R thru
Z.

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By Fritz Lang,
To Be Shown
"The Last Will of Dr. Mabuse,"
German anti-Nazi film with Eng-
lish titles, will be presented by the
Art Cinema League at 8:30 p.m.
tomorrow, Friday and Saturday
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Fritz Lang, who produced the
picture in 1933 in the midst of the
Nazis' rise to power, fled Germany
shortly after the picture was re-
leased.
Lang came to the U.S. in 1934.
He has directed such films as
"Fury," "Man-Hunt," and "The
Woman in the Window."
Also on the program will be the
short subject, "Out of Darkness,"
a Belgiar, picture dealing with the
activities of an underground news-
paper during the German occu-
pation.
rickets may be purchase(' from
2 to 8:30 p.m. today through Sat-
urday at the Theatre box office.

Although arivatelv financed and'
managed, the Institute has been
granted official recognition by the
French government which will col-
laborate closely in placing Ameri-
can students in French schools.
Established for the promotion of4
closer cultural relations betweent
the United States and France, the+
Institute plans to put into oper-T
ation a system of properly credit-k
ing scholastic work done by Amer-t
icans abroad.c
Applications and requests for
information should be made to
the Secretary, American Instijute
of France, Inc.. 25 East 64th St.,;
New York 21.c
Truman Leaves Florida{
KEY WEST, Fla., March 18-(JP)
-President Truman chatted with
Navy enlisted men and walked
through galleys (kitchens) of the(
Navy submarine base here todayi
as a farewell gesture to the hun-
dreds of men who have kept thingsj
shipshape during his week long
vacation.t

The Cooperative School forr
Teachers in New York City is of-
fering scholarships for the regu-
lar program of teacher training for
the academic year of 1947-48. For
further information, call Mr. Jones
at the Bureau of Appointments.
extension 371.
The University of Buffalo, New
York, is offering teaching fellow-
ships in Economics and Business.
Seniors in Economics and Business
Administration who are interested
should call Mr. Jones at the Bu-
reau of Appointments, extension
371, for further information.
We have an opening for a dieti-
tian or home economics major for
employment in the Ann Arbor
area. A veteran's wife who is g~oing
to be hereior a year or more would
be especially desirable. For further
information, call at the Bureau of
Appointments, 201 Mason Hall,
ext. 374.

University Community Center,
1045 Midway, Willow Run Village,
Thurs., March 20, 8 p.m., Art-
Craft Workshop; 8 p.m., Exten-
sion Class in Psychology.
Fri., March 21, 8 p.m., Dupli-
cate Bridge, Party Bridge. Dan-
cing.
West Lodge:
Wed., March 19, 7 p.m., Dupli-
cate Bridge Tournament; 6:30-
10 p.m., Basketball Tournament.
Thurs., March 20, 7-8:30 p.m.,
Volley Ball; 8:30-10 p.m., Badmin-
ton.
Fri., March 21, The Little The-
atre will present "Ten Nights in
a Barroom," Auditorium.
Sat., March 22. "Ten Nights in a
Barroom," Little Theatre Group.
Lectures
The Thomas M. Cooley Lectures:
Professor Henry Rottschaefer, of
the University of Minneosta, will
deliver the first series of Thomas
M. Cooley Lectures, under the aus-
pices of the Law School and the
W. W. Cook Endowment for Legal
Research, on the general subject,
"The Constitution and Socio-Eco-
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March
March
March

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21, Friday, D thru J.
22. Saturday, A thru C.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Five-week grades for all Fresh-
man Engineers are due in Dean
Crawford's Office on Saturday,
March 22. Report blanks will
be furnished through department
secretaries, or by campus mail
direct to instructors.
Students, College of Literature,
Science and the Arts: Except un-
der extraordinary circumstances,
courses dropped after Saturday,
March 22, by students other than
freshmen will be recorded with
the grade of "E~
The Alumnae Council requests
women students having an aca-
demic average of 2.6 or better and
interested in cooperative living to
call at the Office of the Dean of
Women if they wish to apply for
residence in Henderson House in
the fall semester.
Assembly Ball Pictures: Assem-
bly Ball pictures will continue on
display at the Student Book Ex-
change in the Women's League
through Friday, Mar. 21, 12:30-
5:30 p.m.
Summer Camp Counselling:
Those interested in camp counsel-
ling positions in Michigan and the
Midwest are asked to see Mrs.
Mantle in Rm. 306, Mason Hall,
Weil., Mar. 19, 9-12 a.m. and 2-4
p.m. A later announcement will
be made for those interested in
summer camp counselling in other
sections of the country. This does
not refer to any summer work ex-
cept camp counselling. The Uni-
vewity Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information.
Mr. E. B. Breithaupt of the
YMCA will be at the Bureau of
Appointments, 201 Mason Hall, on
Wednesday, Mar. 19, to interview
men who are interested in posi-
tions with the YMCA. Call exten-
sion 371 for an appointment.
The U.S. Civil Service Commis-
sion has announced examinations

EEN REPAIRING
Since March 19th 1922...
We have been repairing fountain pens for
.University of Michigan students. We are
trained "Pen Makers" with a lifetime of foun-
tain pen experience. We learned our trade
under J. G. Rider, pen inventor and manu-
facturer.

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RIDER'S
115 W. Liberty St.

H. Kenneth Rider
T. Bruce Rider
THE PEN HOSPITAL

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FOR SALE
TAILS-New, Size 37-38. Call 2-4591, ask
for DeCoster, 207 Prescott. )3
SALE-Tuxedo and vest. Size 36. $25.
Call 2-3672. )71
SALE-Ping pong table, $19.00. Man's
bicycle, $20.00. Call 8670. )70
MAN'S SUIT-Size 37-38. Grayish Co-
vert, Excellent condition. 2-2349. )13
FOR SALE-Ford, Model A, 1928. 200 N.
State St. Apt. 301. Ph. 2-6837. )75
TUXEDO SUIT-Size 36. Complete with
shirt. Like new. Phone 2-3456 after
7 p.m. )541
ICEBOX-100 lb. capacity. Good condi-
tion. 1215 So. Univ., Apt. 1. 7 - 9
p.m. ) 76
A BETTER PRICE paid for Men's used
clothing. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. )14
FOR SALE-RCA Radio-Victrola Com-
bination. Sensational buy for $50.00.
2-8192 after 5:00 P.M. )50
SALE-Schwinn Bike. Speedometer.
Good condition. Only 1 yr. old. Call
5068 between 4 and 8. )73

FOR SALE-New set of formal tails,
size 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
FOR SALE-New, unused $25 Webster
International Dictionary, stand-size,
for only $1850. Contact Ivan Barris,
Calkins-Fletcher fountain, 324 S.
State. 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. )72
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 2-0175. )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

ASSEMBLY BALL PICTURES
To be continued on display at
STUDENT BOOK EXCHANGE

WOMEN PLOT<
AGAINST EACH .
OTHER FOR HIS

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in the Women's League

Through Fri., Mar. 21

12:30 5:30 P.M.

Phone 2-7840
SAN-LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHERS

FOR SALE-Outstanding offer-North-
ern muskrat full-length coat. Size
10-12. Bought December. Owner leav-
ing for California. For quick sale-
first offer over $240.00 Original value
$400.00. Phone Ypsilanti 2870-J. )78
TROPICAL FRUITS FOR EASTER-
Bushel of fancy citrus fruits, nuts,
and jellies, $4.95. Half bushel, $2.50.
Pineapple, oranges, or seedlbss grape-
fruit, $2.75 bushel. $1.50 half bushel.
Tree ripened juice oranges, 29c dozen.
Packed 5 or 10 dozen in basket. Pre-
paid by fast express. Tropical Fruit
Mart, Winter Garden, Florida. )8
TRANSPORTATION
TRANSPORTATION-Driving to Miami,
Florida, April 4, return 14th. Room
for 3. Phone M. Gilbert, 8470. )6
BUSINESS SERVICES
ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERS
Sales-John Jadwin-service. 855 Tap-
pan Ave., phone 2-7412. )10
TYPEWRITERS now available for rent,
standards or portables. Office Equip-
ment Service Co., 111 S. Fourth Ave.
) 36
TYPING: Theses, term papers, etc.
Duplicating: notices, form letters,
programs. A2 Typing Service, 232
Nickels Arcade, phone 9811. )55
HIGHLY RESTRICTED-
NEW-Unfurnished 3 room "Greenwich
Village" type, private bath, finished
in antique green and soft rose, prime.
highly polished oak floors anq inlaid
linoleum, electric apartment stove,
FHA ceiling $89.00 per month.
NEW-Unfurnished 1% room "Ber-
muda" type, bachelor sleeping apart-
ment (no cooking), private bath, fin-
ished in soft rose, prime, highly pol-
ished oak floors and inlaid linoleum,
FHA ceiling $64.00 per month.
RENTAL-Restricted to veterans, with
no children, no pets. Leased on a
yearly basis, rent payable in advance.
Located in ? mile circle of campus.
References required.
WRITE-Box 60, The Michigan Daily.
HELP WANTED
WORK for your board at Phi Sigma
Delta and enjoy the best home cooked
meals in Ann Arbor. Call 4211 this
evening after six and ask for thel
steward. )771
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AMBITIOUS Mothers who need to earn
but can only work part time. Avon
Products, Inc., offers opportunity to
earn $1.00 and more per hour. Hours
at own convenience. Write Box 80,
Michigan Daily. )16
A CAREER FOR YOU-The telephone
company offers interesting work, com-
fortable quarters, 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
WANTED
REWARD-For information leading toI
the renting of apartment in fail-
Jack Krewson. 4183. )24
PERMANENT HOME-Mother and adult
daughter; English-speaking Belgium
immigrants, arriving soon in Ann Ar-
bor. Need apartment or rooms -
preferably near campus -- will ex-
change housework for living quar-
ters. Excellent references. Financially
secuic with permanent income. Phone
2-2020. )9

FOUND-Gold key chain. Corner S.
University and Washtenaw. Saturday
night. Call Brady, 2-5644. )27
BROWN WALLET-Lost on N. State.
Important papers. Contact Joan F.
Blane, Box 47, Mich. Daily. )11
PARKER "51"-Found Monday, March
10. Call Ypsilanti 9263 and ask for
Tom Ashley, Room 69. )20
LOST--At Union Fri. eve. White scarf
with sequins. Sentimental value. Re-
ward. Call 2-3781. Ask for Jinni. )80
FOUND-Cash. Owner may claim by
describing amount, denominations,
and container to finder's satisfaction.
Harold Porter, Phone 4145. )56
LOST-Chi Phi fraternity pin No. 15053,
Sunday on Washtenaw or North Uni-
versity. Finder please call 317 Adams,
West Quadrangle, 2-4401. )53
FOUND-On East Huron Sat. night,
woman's single-strand pearl bracelet.
jCall 6588. If pretty, ask for George,
if not ask for Gil or Ken. )18
LOST: Billfold. Keep wallet, pictures,
please return money, extremely nec-
essary, poverty stricken coed. Rose-
mary Doty, Phone 8598.
WILL PERSON who accidentally picked
up brown Botany gabardine topcoat
Saturday evening at Martha Cook
open house please exchange same at
Martha Cook desk? )15
LOST-Acacia fraternity pin. Black and
Gold right triangle studded with
pearls and rubies. "M" guard at-
tached. Call Fred Malsom, 2-6674,
1923 Geddes. Reward. )74
LOST-Arvey cigarette lighter (silver)
Sunday afternoon between W. Quad
and Mich. Theatre. Contact D. W.
Zeigler, 214 Michigan House, W. Quad.
Reward. )66
WILL PERSON who accidentally took
the wrong brown overcoat from
George's Cafe on Monday morning
please call 2-0744 after 7 p.m. to ar-
range for an exchange. Ask for Bob.
)22
PERSONAL
THE ARCHIBALD' S. HOLEBROKE SO-
CIETY, LIMITED, permits women
guests at its meetings only in accord-
ance with the provisions of its con-
stitution. )79
MISCELLANEOUS

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Art Cinema League presents
"A super-thriller with psychopathic elements added
for extra zingo ... a masterpiece!" --Wnsten. N. Y. POST
IN FRENCHil
with ENGLISH TITLES
In GERMAN
'with English Titles
"Excellent - one of FRANZ LANG'S best"
COOK, World Telegraph
Also: "Out of Darkness,"
a film short subject on Belgian underground newspaper
Thurs., Fri., Sat., March 20, 21, 22 - 8:30 P.M.
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
Box Office Opens 2 P.M. Daily
Admission 42c (tax incl.) Resetvations Phone 6300

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I know it's a little LATE,
But, if you give me ca date,'675
I will compensate;
WE'LL GO THIS SATURDAY
to the
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HERBERT MARSHAL
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"MIGHTY McGURK

'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 repair
service. )62
NEW HOSPITAL POLICY pays you up
to $10.00 per day for room and board,
plus liberal medical and surgical ben-
efits. Airway Underwriters, 712 Wol-
verine Bldg,, Phone 2-7521. )21
TAILORING and SEWING
DRESSMAKING. Dresses Suits, For-
mals, and Bridal Gowns. Alterations.
For appointments, call Mrs. Ringinen.
2-2604. )52
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

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"PLUTO'S
HOUSEWARMING"

Matinees, 2-4 P.M. - 35c
Nights, 7-9 P.M. -50c

DON'T BE MODET°
DON'T HESITATE
Just put on a SWEATER
and come to the
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