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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

|ONTEST CLIMAX
Pulitzer Prize-Winner of 1947
Will Give Hopwood Lecture

Winners of the annual Avery
and Jule Hopwood contest for
creative writing will be announced
following the 1947 Hopwood Lec-
ture by Robert Penn Warren, win-
ner of this year's Pulitzer novel
Army To Hold
lut e
Interviews
Interviews for former amy offi-
cers desiring permanent commis-
sions will be held from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday, in Rm. 302 of the
Union.
Students under 28 who will
graduate on or before July 15, 1947
and who have held army commis-
sions are eligible for regular army
commissions under the War De-
partment's new plan.
This is the first time that the
War Department has sent its
screening board to the applicant.
Previously it was necessary for the
applicant, traveling at his own ex-
pense, to report at one of the
army's premanently stationed of-
ficer screening boards.
Abiunmus Awarded
Freedom Medal
H. 'Earle Russell, who received
his A.B. degree from the University
in 1913 and two years later the
LL.B. degree, was recently given
tie Medal of Freedom for excep-
tional service to his country, Gen.
lMacArthur's headquarters in
Tokyo has announced.
- Russell performed his distin-
guished work while American Con-
sul General in Casablanca, French
l'lorocco, where he had the respon-
sibility of maintaining contact
with a large number of French au-
thorities.
For that
Lelicious Midnight Snack
Try
MILLER'S
Box Lunch
Golden Brown Chicken,
or Fried Jumbo Shrimp
Home-Made Rolls
and Individual Pies
Call 2-7171
We Deliver
Anywhere, Anytime

award, at 4:15 p.m., May 28, in
Rackham Lecture Hall, Prof. Roy
Cowden, director of the Hopwood
Committee, announced today.
The Hopwood Lecture, which
will be open to the public, will cli-
max a contest that has attracted
82 manuscripts in drama, essay,
fiction and poetry from 67 stu-
dents. Thirteen entries in fiction,
seven in drama, four in essay and
twelve in poetry were submitted
in the major contest, open to sen-
iors and graduate students. In the
minor contest, open to properly
qualified undergraduates, 24, man-
uscripts were entered in fiction,
four in drama, eight in essay and
ten in poetry.
Warren, author of the Pulitzer
prize-winning novel, "All the
King's Men," which concerns a
political dictator and parallels the
story of Huey Long, hasralsofre-
ceived the Levinson prize from
Poetry Magazine, the Caroline
Sinkler prize from the Poetry So-
ciety of South Carolina, two Gug-
genheim fellowships and the
Southern Authors award. His sec-
ond novel, "At Heaven's Gate," in
1943, which incorporated the Ser-
geant York story of World War I
and dealt with the background of
the new industrial South, was pre-
ceded in 1936 by "Night Rider,"
which won a $1,000 fellowship from
the publisher.
After joining the Vanderbilt
University Fugitive Group of Poets
in 1923, Warren devoted his time
to writing poetry and short stories.
Besides receiving degrees from
Vanderbilt, the University of Cali-
fornia and Yale, he was awarded
his Bachelor of Letters degree
from Oxford in 1930. Since 1942,
he has been a professor of Eng-
lish at the University of Minne-
sota.
Lin dquist Elected
To Head Glee Club,
David Lindquist, '48E, has been
elected president of the Men's Glee
Club.
Other officers elected are W.
Paul Converso, '48SM, vice-presi-
dent; Joseph Fischer, '48A, secre-
tary, and Stanley Ryckman, '49E,
treasurer.
RUSSIAN CIRCLE
HITS ANEW HIGH IN HILARITY!
^Q'ATKINO ~ '
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Additional Job
Sources Open
To Graduates
Prospective graduates and grad-
uate students who are ready for
scientists or professional career
work should apply immediately for
job openings at the local office of
the Michigan State Employment
Service, 312 E. Huron St., accord-
ing to Lawrence Hamberg, man-
ager.
"Our files are not duplicated by
the University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Informa,-
tion," Hamberg said. "Therefore,
students will find many job open-{
ings listed at our office that the
Bureau does not have."
100 Fields
Openings in more than 100 dif-
ferent fields are now listed at the
employment service office, Ham-
berg said. "Chemists, engineers of
all types, architects, hospital and
social workers, technicians and
teachers are especially in de-
mand."
Positions in both private indus-
try and civil service, many of them
out-of-state, are open, Hamberg
said.
Jobs for Graduates
He noted that most of the job
openings are for "students who
scientific of professionaltcareer
have completed school and are
ready to go to work at the scien-
tific or professional level, although
part-time, clerical and service po-
sitions are .also available."
Placement work of the Michigan
State Employment Service is es-
pecially effective because of its
connection with state and federal
employment services, including
the United States Employment
Service's national clearing house
in Washington, Hamberg said.
Holy Day Masses
The Holy Day, Feast of Ascen-
sion, masses will be held at 7, 8, 9r
a.m., and 12 noon today at St.
Mary's Chapel.

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lr 0 t he Ann Arbor Press, April
4 ttdtst. are requested to watch
ThI ' ~ay for farther announce-
ment conc 12(erninig the date on
wvhich thc year-book will go on
AYiI£~.nme of ex:tra En-
*in 7' e bt'ing' printedi to take
I .2af te iat; minute demand
r t1o' studenvts who vere un-
Hl 01 obain subsrinptons earlier
i. 't g on sale
N Enian C' iN -111 the' Student
Sit ' ' hours which subscrib-
rs ms ,''t their' Ensians, when
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SCHACT CONVICTED BY GERMAN DENAZIFICATION COURT
--Hjalmar Schacht (left), German financial wizard, pays for a
pancake luncheon in temporary courthouse restaurant in Stutt-
gart, Germany, after his conviction as a major Nazi offender by
a German denazification court. fie was sentenced to eight years
imprisonment. Schacht was cleared of war crimes charges by
the International Military Tribunal at Neurnberg seven months
ago. Others unidentified.
Matferni Resigns as Glee Club Director
The annual Michigan Men's was the presentation of the An-
Glee Club Banquet tomorrow night nual Spring concert in Hill Au-
at the Michigan Union has become ditorium last month.
a farewell dinner for Professor
David Mattern of the Music The banquet will be the last of-
School who has resigned as direc- ficial meeting of the club this
tor of the Club after 18 years of year. Keys will be presented to
service, members of the Club who have
Professor Mattern tendered his done outstanding work this year
resignation at a business meeting and will also feature the installa-
of the club several weeks ago. He tion of the newly elected officers
took over the direction of the club of the Club. Max Lindquist will
in 1929 and has worked with it take over the President's duties
ever since. with assistance from Paul Con-
Under his direction the club has verso who will serve as Vice-presi-
grown and maintains a favorable dent. Joe Fischer will assume his
reputation in the music world. The duties as secretary and Stanley
climax of his career with the club Ryckman will handle the treasury.

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

1 Aud., Sat. 8 P.M., May 24

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Selmer Clarinet, excellent
condition. Box 68, Michigan Daily. )30
TUX-about 36, for sale. $125 new,
worn twice, make offer. Breidenbach,
1268 Rutland, Willow Village. )70
FOR SALE - Girl's Bicycle, practically
new. Cali 2-6629 after 9 p.m. for fur-
ther information. )32
MICROSCOPE, monocular Bausch &
Lomb, 1937 Model. 3 objectives, me-
chanical stage and carrying case. Per-
fect condition. $175.00. Call 4004. )67
CANARIES-Rollers and Warblers, $10
up. Finches, Parakeets. Seeds and
cages. 562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )17
FOR SALE-Tux, Size 36 or 37. Room
205 Prescott House, East Quad. Ask
for Carey. )28

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presents
"THE LATE GEORGE APLEY"
J. P. Marquand's Back Bay Satire

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MAY 12-17, 8:30 P.M.

$1.00 (incl. tax).

Ann Arbor High School Auditorium

Tickets may be purchased at the high school box office
1 p.m.-5 30 p.m. or from Junior Chamber of Commerce members

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PUBLIC UECTU RE
Topic:
REI NCARNATION
HAVE WE LIVED BEFORE?

Speaker: Sam H. Wylie
Sponsored by The Theosophical Society in Ann Arbor
Michigan League Thursday, May 15, 8 P.M.
Public Invited
The Department of Speech presents
Play Production in
An original play concerning the life of Moliere,
by ROBERT TRUE,
Thur., iWinner of Hopwood Drama Award, 1946.
Tflur.Fri., Sat. May 22, 23, 24 8:30 P.M.
Tickets 9"c, 72e, 60c (tax ine.)
SPECIAL RATE for students Thursday . . . 42cC
Box Office opens May 19 - Mail orders now
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
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WHITE PALM BEACH SUIT. Size 36.
Worn once. Ideal for summer formals
and eating vanilla ice cream cones.
2-9756, George, )23
CAMERA. 35 mm Balda, f2.9 - f16; Com-
pur shutter speed, 1 sec. to 1/300.
Range .5 meter to infinity. With
case, $60. Write Box 77. )57
SUN GLASSES $3.50. U.S. Surplus-Air
Force-4-base lens with pearloid
sweat bar. Sam's store, 122 E. Wash-
ington. )14
WHY DIVORCE YOUR WIFE? Have
Men's and Ladies' Regular 79.50 bikes
for 65.00. Immediate delivery. Call
2-4591. 260 Prescott House, East
Quad. ,m r )47
TUXEDO ii 38. E-dlent condition.
Call 42,)t'btwM fit) "T-L. Siegal. )4
1946 H d6 ih I E - 2 4'oms, per-
maix t brakes,
$150&j:M5 11eutlCt,.,Wil iw Run. )21
SSA1 3 $Lik-1&0" netvly ov-
i a'i 'M 'iv tse . tI1L1 after
#* ldle7 iCtV A I W 3. )72
MOTORCYCLE 1936-80 newly over-
hauled. Must sell. Call 7691 after
five P. M. Ask for Joe. )44
WANAI, Qo, Ui. lls? Study
in pe -whi1e-'ymur-roommate en-
oys the radio ]h ugh earphones.
5''al1 o 1371. )65
C41W'S*BICYCLE and boy's bicycle for
j.gl Ken Norman at 8806 after
)76
TRANSPORTATION
TWO PASSENGERS to University of
Mexico Summer School. Want 8 mm
movie camera. 211 Greene, 2-4591. )42
STUDENT VETERAN desires ride to
San Francisco or vicinity after last
exam 5 p.m. June 7 on share expense
basis. Will help drive. Mel DeLaun-
ey, West Lodge, Ypsilanti. )43

WANTED TO RENT
STUDENT - VETERAN and bride - to - be
need apartment for occupancy Sept.
or sooner. Tel. 2-7862. )26
DOUBLE ROOM near campus, begin-
ningsummer semester. Box 20, Mich-
igan Daily. )15
UNFURNISHED 3-Room Apartment
wanted by veteran medical student
and school teacher wife. Call 2-2034.
)71
STUDENT VETERAN and wife wish to
rent furnished or unfurnished apart-
ment, beginning fall term, 1947. Please
call Richard Price at 2-2858 anytime
after 7:30 p.m. )25
WANTED - Apt. to rent for summer
session only. Jim( 19 to Aug. 15.
Preferably Willow Run. No children
or pets. References furnished. Har-
lan L. Thomas, 19241 Shoreland Ave.,
Rocky River, Ohio. )46
APAR'IMENT in Grand Rapids. Will ex-
change for one in Ann Arbor. Write,
stating details, 905 Calvin, Grand
Rapids. F. John Wyatt. )74
LOST AND FOUND
WILL THE PERSON who took my coat
at Cupid Bar Thursday afte'rnoon call
2-2565. I have yours.9
LOST--An Alpha Phi pin near Mosher-
Jordan hail. Call 561 Jordan Hall.
Phone 2-4561. )20
WILL PERSON who got light grey
Covert Topcoat at Tiny's last Thurs-
day nite by mistake, please contact
Lofgren, telephone 2-4481. )3
LOST-on University Golf Course, Fri-
day afternoon, Number Seven Hagen
Iron. Call or write, 307 Winchell,
2-4401. Reward. )13
WANTED
CHEVROLET Convertible. 1940 or 1941.
Will pay cash. Phone 6293 after 7. or
see Dick Holbrook, 721 Catherine. )38
REDUCE! Lose pounds and inches
where you want them off. Come in
from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. for an intro-
ductory treatment and be convinced.
Baskin 8 N. Normal St., Ypsilanti. )7
"EX GI to represent a mfgr. of an out-
standing line of "T" shirts, hankies,
leather novelties, decals. and other
'items decorated with your college
seal or emblem. Write giving age
and selling exp. Comm. basis with
an opp. for an exc. income. Arrow-
head Souvenirs. Inc., 406 Sixth Ave-
nue So., Minneapolis, Minnesota". )63

HELP WANTED
COOK, experienced - Cook for 50 in
summer boy's camp. Adequate re-
muneration and assistance, gas range.
modern equipment. Phone 25-9285. )8
MISCELLANEOUS
AL TERATIONS - Ladies' garments,
dresses, suits and evening dresses.
Alta Graves, adjacent to Stockwell
Halt. Ph. 2-2678. )60
GOLFERS-Spalding, MacGregor, Hag-
en, Wilson Clubs, Bags, Balls. Phone
4044 or 2-2058. Johnny Malloy, Pro-
fessional. )69
COMPLETE SERVICE on your furs and
woolen garments. Cold storage, insur-
ance, cleaning, glazing, restyling, and
repairing. Ginsburg Furrier, 607 E.
Liberty )1
BUSINESS SERVICES
ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERS
SALES - JOHN JADWIN - SERVICE
855 Tappan Ave. Phone 2-7412 )10
TYPEWRITERS now available for rent,
standards or portables. Office Equip-
ment Service Co., 111 S. Fourth Ave.
)36
"If your radio moans
When 'Der Bingle' groans
We'll fix its tones
Without any bones"
For expert radio service call 9241 or
bring your set to the Tavern Cafe-
teria. )37
THEME TYPING, outline typing, public
stenography done reasonably and
quickly. 206 Municipal Court Bldg.
Phone 2-8496. )64
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOM for Male Student. Summer term
only. Apply in person after 6 p.m.
402 Observatory. )27
SIX DOUBLE ROOMS close to campus
for Summer term, male students only
Box 65, Mich. Daily. )6
SPACIOUS DOUBLE ROOM for summer
term. 1 min. to Arb.; 2 mini to
Mosier-Jordan; 8 mini. to campus.
Call 2-3422 after 7:00 p.m. Ask for
Chuck or George. )24
PERSONAL
WANTED -- One live one.

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More COMFORT * More CONVENIENCE

- More FUN!

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WANTMD -- To rent by veteran stu-
dent and wife 2 or 3 room furnished
or unfurnished apartment for nin-
imum occupancy of one year. Will
pay in advance. Reply Michigan
Daily Box 91 )62
WANTED TO TRADE
APARTMENT IN DETROIT, in trade for
information leading to the renting of
suitable apartment in Ann Arbor.
Write Box 2, Michigan Daily. )60

North Main Opposite Court House
- Today and Friday -
Freddie Stewart in
"VACATION DAYS"
plus
John Loder in
"A GAME OF DEATH"
-- extra
"Baby Bottleneck" Cartoon

2 PASSENGERS wanted to Mexico.
Greene House, East Quad.

211
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ART CINEMA LEAGUE PRESENTS

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FOR RENT
TWO VETERANS desire to sublet apart-
ment with cooking facilities during
summer session. Ed Harkins 2-4401.
)41
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