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nUAI1AY, MAY Z5, 1047

LLLEUE ROUND-UP:
AYD Problem Is Present
On Illinois Campus, Too

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Cam pus Highlights

Dancing Pickets
COLUMBIA. ,O, May 24-A')-
The state's only prancing picket
line is panicking pedestrians in
Columbus.
A group of discharged instruc-
tors of the dance from the local

Arthur Murray studio-engaged in
fighting what they term "a lock-
out"-are turning loose with side-
walk sambas these spring eve-
nings.
It may be in the good old tra-
dition of getting publicity, but the

light-footed lassies who made up
the show form a mighty attractive
advertising attempt.
"Columbus girls can teach the
rhumba as well as scabs from New
York City' asserted Edward Cor-
bett., unon official.

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Other colleges in the country
are having trouble with the AYD,
too'
A bill to banish the AYD chap-
ter at the University of Illinois is
now before the state legislature.
The bill has not been acted on
as yet.
Last week at Illinois a new
president, George D. Stoddard, was
officially installed. He took office
at a colorful ceremany attended
by the state's governor, Dwight
Green.
The new president said he advo-
cates less specialization in studies
and great understanding of relat-
ed subjects. He said that crowding
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a curriculum w i t h specialties
guarantees that other areas will
be negelected.
At Columbia University, Henry
A. Wallace faced a group of one
hundred college newspapermen in
his New Republic magazine of-
fices in a precedent-making col-
legiate press interview sponsored
by the Columbia Spectator. Repre-
sentatives of more than sixty East-
ern colleges attend the confer-
ence.
The conference was held just be-
fore Wallace began his tour of col-
lege campuses this month.
Class elections were held by the
students at Ohio State University
last week. An entire OSPA slate
(non-independent) was elected in
what was termed "the lighest vote
in years."
Thirty-four students chosen
from more than 200' applicants by
a faculty committee at the Uni-
versity of Minnesota, will study
this summer in four European
countries, England, France, Swe-
den and Spain. The seminar group
will work under the supervision of
faculty members and will seek in-
formation on current European
problems relating to their fields
of study.
At Bloomington, Indiana, a
three-day Race Relations Institute
was conducted last week, featuring
Norman Thomas, five time candi-
date of the Socialist Party for
President of the United States.
The Institute was sponsored byI
the campus AVC and other groups1
at the University of Indiana.

Local church groups will meet
for suppers and discussions today.
WESTMINSTER GUILD will
meet at 5 p.m. today for a panel
discussion on "Why One World,"
led by Robert Hutchinson, Patri-
cia Brenneman, Geraldine Wolfe,
James Poppy and John Riegel.
Supper and a fellowship hour
will follow.
Movies of the Holiday House
Conference will be shown at the
meeting of the CANTERBURY
CLUB at 6 p.m. today.
The Scola Cantorum will give its
final performance of the semester
in an all musical service at 8 p.m.
in St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.
GRACE BIBLE GUILD will
meet at 6:30 p.m. today at the
(Grace Bible Church.

BISHOP LESLIE MARSTON
MCF To HearI
Bishop Speak
Religious Leader TO
Address Gathering
"An Examination of. the Christ-
ian Experience" will be the sub-
ject of a talk by Bishop Leslie
Marston, widely-known religious
leader, at the meeting of the
Michigan Christian Fellowship at
4:30 p.m. today in Lane Hall.
Bishop Marston is president of
the Commission on Christian Ed-
ucation of the Free Methodist
Church, and also served for two
years as president of the Nation-
al Association of Evangelicals.
A graduate of Greenville Col-
lege, his early career was in the
fields of science and higher edu-
cation. He is an authority on
child psychology and has written
several books on that subject.
The safest person in the United
States is a little girl between 5
and 14 years old who lives in
Rhode Island, according to Na-
tional Safety Council statistics.

C ercle Fruncais . .
The east of "Le Malade Im-
aginaire" will be guests of
honor at the final meeting of
Cercle Francais i be held at
8 p.m. tomnoirrw in the Terrace
Room of the Union.
Nelle Hocutt, meizo-soprano.
will present a recital at 8:30 p.m.
tomorrow in Rackham Assembly
Hall.
Her program w.i.i i;_dt' .selcc-
tions fzom Handel, Brahms, Scar-
latti and Rachmaninoff.
AVIDleeting . .
The American Youth fur
Democratic Action will hold a
regular business mting which
will feature the elxectin 1f ofim-
cers at S p.. ,tomor(;P1ow, io the
Union. ffiers
hers to attend.

Negro Choir . ..
"Wings Over Jordan," noted
Negro choir, will sing at 8 p.m.
Wednesday in Pattengill Audi-
torium of the Ann Arbor High
school.
Carilon Recital . .
Percival Price, University caril-
loneur, will present a recital at 3
p.m. today.
His program will include por-
tions of Tschaikowsgi's4Nutcrack-
er Suite; Intermezzo, from Ca-
valleria Rusticana, by Mascagni;
A Little Fantasy and Fugue fo~
Carillon, by Harty; a group of
Chorales; and Sonata mi majere,
by Searlatti.
1 Medical Lecture
Dr. Elton S. Osborne Jr.,
mcdical officer in charge of the
Nutrition Unit with the United
States Public Health Service in
Michigan, will present a report
on the current activities -of the
survey team at 4 p.m. Tuesday
in the public health school audi-
torium;
Dr. Osborne is a graduate of
the University of Georgia School
of Medicine.
'he lecture is open to profes-
sional persons only.
Atomic Science .. .
The Association of University of
Michigan Scientists will hold its
last meeting of the semester at 8
p.m. tomorrow in the East Con-
ference Room of the Rackham
Building.
The discussion will cented on
atomic energy and a national sci-
I ence foundation.
The meeting is open to the pub-
lic.

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TODAY!
(4 Days Only)
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Continuous Daily from 1 P.M.

Organ Program . .
John L. Wheeler, organist
present a recital of compos
by Bach, Reue and Dup
8:30 p.m. today in [ill A
rium.

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Village ( ffe9 Iloiii *.
,1l West Lodge social coml-
mittee will put on the last cof-
fee hour of the semester from 5
to 7 p.m. today.
The affair is open to All village
residents.
, , ~
Weinvice Concert ...
Carl Weinrich, organist of
Princeton University, and faculty
member of Columbia University,
will appear in thefinal program of
a series of guest organ recitals at
4:15 p.m. Thursday, Hill Audito-
rium.

'ray aw eQ' naie
QUICK DELIVERY
Hamburgers ... Milk ... Soft Drinks
Phone 2-6606 - - - 9 P.M. to 1 A.M.

CLASSIFIED ADVEITISING

FOR RENT
TYPEWRITERS now available for rent,
standards or portables. Office Equip-
ment Service Co., 111 S. Fourth Ave.
)36
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS AVAILABLE - Summer thru
fall-Male students only. Close to
campus. Box 21, Mich. Daily. )60
MEN ONLY-Can take four for summer
session and two for fall term - near
Washtenaw and S. University. Box
103 Mich. Daily. )44
MISCELLANEOUS

FOR SALE

TRANSPORTATION

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P.B.L.'s (Pretzel Bell lycanthropists),
Men who know the best, it's cheese corn 2 to 1.
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REWARD OFFERED to person or per-
sons assisting elderly lady into car
at scene of accident on Sept. 29,
1947 at Manausa Gas Station cross-
walk, Church at S. U. Contact Mich.
Daily, Box No. 5.1. )72
TENNIS FANS! Racquets restrung.
One day service. Pickup delivery
anywhere in Ann Arbor.pNew rac-
quets, balls in stock. Nylon a spe-
cialty. Call FRED ZIEMANN, 2-1088
after 5 or inquire at Varsity Tennis
Courts. )2
WANTED TO RENT
STUDENT veteran and wife wish to
rent or sublet furnished apartment
for summer term - only. Excellent
care guaranteed. Write Box 26, Daily
Office. )84
WANTED-3 or 4-Room Apt. by resi-
dent. Phone 5461 after 6 p.m. Ask
for Fitzgerald. )83
UNFURNISHED 3-Room Apartment
wanted by veteran medical student
and school teacher wife. Call 2-2034.
)71
BY STUDENT AND WIFE, furnished or
unfurnished apartment, beginning
June, for two years or longer. Reply
Michigan Daily, Box 7. )30
WANTED - To rent by veteran stu-
dent and wife 2 or 3 room furnished
or unfurnished apartment for mn-
imum occupancy of one year. Will
pay in advance. Reply Michigan
Daily Box 91. )62
MARRIED VETERAN, with two more
years of school, desires to rent fur-
nished or unfurnished apartment be-
ginning in August or before fall sem-
ester. Phone 2-4401, Allen-Rumsey
House, Room 108, or write Box 21,
Michigan Daily. )50
STUDENT VETERAN and wife want
furnished apartment beginning June
1., or there about, until Sept. 1. Nol
children. Phone 4145, R. T. Swen-
gel, ) 43

FOR SALE-Tux, Size 36 or 37. Room
205 Prescott House, East Quad. Ask
for Carey. )28 i
SUN GLASSES $3.50. U.S. Surplus-Air,
Force-4-base lens with pearloid
sweat bar. Sam's store, 122 E. Wash-
ington. )14
SALE MOTORCYCLE 193G-80 newly ov-
erhauled Must sell. Call 7691 after
very little. Call Hal at 9232. )721
BROWN TWEED Single breasted suit.
38 long. Practically new. Call 2-7849.
ask for Bob. )94
A CHOICE building site for country
home, 40 acres, ideally located. 4' 2
miles west Ann Arbor, restricted. $400
per acre. Private owner. Write Box
97, Michigan Daily. )67
MAN'S BIKE -- Good condition, $20.
Phone 24279. Ask for Don or leave
message. )93
MICROSCOPE - Winkle-Zeiss direct
from Germany. Excellent condition.
Three objective. Sensational buy at
$145.00. Call .2-8192. )91
2 "BIKES" like new. One boys, one
girls. Call after 5 p.m., 1410 Enfield.
Willow Village. )40
MAN'S BICYCLE - Baloon tired -
front wheel brakes. $22.00. Electric!
record player $5.75. Phone 24844. )45
ALMOST NEW electric roaster and
9x9 kitchen linoleum. Call 20600
from 5-7. )32

STUDENT veteran desires ride to cent-
ral Florida anytime after 5 p.m. June
9. -Will help drive, share expenses.
Phone 2-7409, W. (Rocky) Puls. )85
2 STUDENT VETERANS will help drive
and share expenses to Phoenix, Ari-
zona after 5 p.m. Mon., June 9. West
Lodge Dorm 11, Room 63, 9212. )38
DRIVING TO New York City June 8th.
Room for three passengers. Call Mr.
White, Univ. Ex. 386. )89
VETERAN STUDENT and wife desire
ride Omaha or Soo City, June 9.
Share expenses and driving, 1135
Southwick, Willow Run. )83
WANTED
GIRL WITH nursing experience to as-
sist with care of year old child in
beautiful home.2Room, board and
salary. Phone 22670. ) 95
HELP WANTED
DOCTOR and two registered nurses for
coeducational summer camp in Mich-
igan. Jewish clientele. Phone 2-8439.
)73
LADY ATTENDANTS - For evening
work at the new Launderette Store.
Call 24241. )88
STUDENTS TO ASSIST in serving the
parents and alumni during the Com-
mencement Reunion period, June 12,
13 and 14. Please make application
at the Managers Office, Michigan Un-
ion. )46

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TAILS AND white coat. Size 38. Ex-
cellent condition. Call 2-7472. )39
EXPOSURE METER, Weston photronic,
$11. 1930 Norway road. Telephone
20425 after 6 p.m. )15
475 JAZZ RECORDS-old--rare. Send
card to 1930 Norway for list or phone
20425 after six. )16
BUSINESS SERVICES
RENT A TRAILER-Sturdy new steel
trailers for any purpose. 'Lowest rates
in the county. Patronize a student
enterprise and save. E. Ann Arbor
Trailer Co., 3304 Platt Rd. )23
TYPING: Theses term papers, etc. Du-
plicating: Notices, form letters pro-
grams. A-2 Typing Service, 232 Nick-
els Arcade, phone 9811. )65

PART-TIME work available for exper-
ienced auto mechanics at Cushing
Motor Sales. Open evenings until
12, Saturdays until 6 P. M. See Mr.
Burd. )53
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Parker 51-gold top, dark blue
body. Somewhere around the Is-
land. Ransom money gladly paid by
Bob Cohen, phone 2-7849. )82
WHO found my all-red umbrella with
no handle? Finder call Ray at 2-3241,
Ext. 02, for kiss on the pate.
LOST-Universal Geneva stop watch.
Possibly on Municipal Golf Course.
Reward. Call 23616. )6
REWARD FOR BIKE - Girl's blue and
cream Schwinn. Missing from Uni-
versity Library bicycle rack. Initials
S. G. on fender. Call Stockwell 4041.

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FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
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WINSTON CHURCHILL
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delivered their now-famous speeches.
H EAR EXCERPTS FROM ROOSEVELT'S:
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" "Dagger in the Back" speech
" "Four Freedoms" speech
" "Prayer for D-Day" speech
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SENIORS - LANDLORDS. Help us
find a furnished apartment in Ann
Arbor beginning summer term or
sooner. Occupancy 2% years. Engi-
neering student and nurse wife ur-
gently need apartment. Otherwise
must live apart. $25.00 offered to per-
son aiding us. Call 6041. )52
MALE VETERAN, quiet, neat, non-
smoker, desires single room for sum-
mer, fall and spring. Box 6. )5
TWO GRADUATE students (gals)
would like very much to sublet apart-
ment for summer. Box 5. )22

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"It don't mean a thing,"
If your set won't sing. SUN GLASSES lost hitchiking in En-
Just give us a ring; gine student's Ford on Twentieth.
We'llfix the thing. Please contact Baker, 241 Hinsdale,
For expert radio repair service call 9241 24591. )92
or bring your set to tihe Tavern Cafe-
teria. 0)861 FOUND - Parker "51." Call Rappa-
port 7211 and identify. )48
PAPERS TYPED - by student wife. 15
cents per page double spaced spelling LOST - Barrel of green Eversharp pen.
corrected. Call 7598. Mrs. Swift. Tin- Please call 2-3256, ask for Stan. Need
mediate service. )35 very badly. )49
ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERS PERSONAL
SALES - JOHN JADWIN - SERVICE
855 Tappan Ave. Phone 2-7412 )10 REDUCE! Lose pounds and inches

CHILD CARE in
graduate. 8-5.
Phone 2-7355.

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