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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, -OCTOBER 11, 1947

TWO SATURDAY, OCTO~E1~ 1I,~ 1047

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Foreign Fetes
Observed by
Student Clubs
This week marks the celebra-
tion by two foreign student
groups of national holidays of
their native countries.
The Chinese Student Club ob-
served formation of the Chinese
Republic yesterday. Known as
"ten-ten" because it occurs on
the tenth day of the tenth month,
the holiday celebrates the over-
throw of the Manchu Dynasty.
At 8 p.m. tonight in the Inter-
national Center Latin American
students will celebrate El Dia de
la Raza, the day of the race. The
holiday is similar to Columbus
Day and celebrates the discovery
of America.
Musical
Supplies
REEDS - STRINGS
Complete
Musical Repair
MUSICAL REPAIR
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132

Scholarships'
To 3 Students
Total $1,250
Scholarship awards totalling
$1,250 were made yesterday to!
University students Constance
Orr, '48, Conrad Hill '49 and How-
ard Green Haas, '48 Bus.Ad.,rac-
cording to announcements from
Dean Erich A. Walter chairman
of the scholarship committee, and
Dean Russell A. Stevenson at the
business administration school.
Miss Orr and Hill were the first
recipients of the Paul J. Martin
Scholarships, receiving grants of
$125 each. The scholarship to be
awarded annually to outstanding
Canadian students, was estab-
lished by the Ion. Paul J. Martin,
Canadian Minister of National
Health and Welfare, who deliv-
ered the commencement address
here last June.
Haas received the $1,000 N. B.
Goldstein Foundation Scholarship
for the current year. He received
it on the basis of his interest in
management problems in the gar-
ment manufacturing industry.
SERVING HOURS:
11 A.M.-1:30 P.M. 5-7 P.M.
"Known for Good Food"
The TAVERN
CAFETERIA
338 Maynard Street

'Carnet de Bal'
Final Showing
Will Be Today
A final showing of "Carnet de

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MEN SCAISE 'EM:
Coed Urges Won' Dentists for Children

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By JIM MAECHEWKA
The only coed tenrolled in the
freshman class in dental school,
Ruth Marian Doud, claimed yes-

MARIE
French
time at

BALL, PIERRE BLANCHAR-Featured in a cast of eight
stars in "Carnet de Bal" to be shown for the last
8:30 p.m. today in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

Call Meeting Lere To Renew
Drive for Vet Subsistence Hike

Bal," prize-winning French film, terday that more women
will be given at 8:30 p.m. today at take up dentistry as a pr
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre under because children are less a
the sponsorship of the Art Cinema Selecting child dentistry
League. occupational goal, Miss Dc
"Life Dances On," the English that more female denti
billing of the film, features -eight needed in this field becau
stars, including Raimu, Fernandel, dren have a cultivated f
Pierre Blanchar and Harry Baur. male dentists associated wi
Raimu and Fernandel starred in disciplinary experiences in
ther-child relationship.
"The Well-Digger's Daughter" Ms Doud explai t
and "The Baker's Wife."
It tells of a young widow who
decides to look up the men on one
of her old dance programs.
Life Magazine named "Carnet (p ' i
de Bal" the "Movie of the Week,"
the first French film to gain the'r
distinction. It was also awarded
the Brussels Gold Cup as "the
greatest film made in any coun-
try."
Reserved tickets for "Carnet de
Bal" will be sold from 3 to 8:30
p.m. today at the Lydia Mendels-
sohn box office in the League.
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purpose of her mission in this tra-I tice is a difficult field even for a
ditionally masculine pursuit origi- man. Extracting teeth from an
nated with her practical experi- adult is a "man's job," she said.
ence ivlille working as a dental Miss Doud prefers city work and
intends to set up her practice in
laboratory technician and recep- Detroit.
tionist.
"When I worked as a techni-
cian, children used to beg me to Army Plane Rides
fill their teeth but I couldn't be-
cause I wasn't licensed. Since then WASHINGTON, Oct. 10--(P)-
I have resolved to become a li- Free plane rides to the Pacific
censed dentist," she explained. were offered by the Army today
The female invasion of the den- to a limited number of wives, chil-
tal profession hasn't been evident dren and other dependents go-
in allaspects of the field, accord- ing out to join Army air force
ing to Miss Doud. A general prac- personnel.

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g Sutinday, October 12, 5 P.M

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HIGAN

Through Saturday
Continuous from 1 P.M.
35c until 5 o'clock

"Operation subsistence," part
two, the renewed campaign to in-
crease government allotments to
student veterans, will get under l
way at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the
Union, with a preliminary meeting
of delegates from several of Mich-
igan's colleges and universities.
Plans will be completed for a
statewide conference to be held
later in the month, which will seek
to map out a program for the sub-
sistence raise. The program will
be taken to Washington to be
presented before the House and
Senate Veterans Affairs Commit-
tees at the opening of the Con-.
gressional session, according to
George Antonofsky, who will rep-
resent the AVC's campus chapter
at the meeting.
"Earlier this year, we brought
the findings of AVC's cost of liv-
ing survey to Washington," An-
tonofsky pointed out. "It proved
tremendously helpful to many of
the Congressional leaders, and was
largely responsible for the pas-
sage of an increased subsistence
bill in the Senate."
The aim, now, he said, is to pre-
sent to Congress even more ef-
fective evidence of the student

veterans' needs. "We think this
time we'll be able to convince the
House as we did the Senate," he
added.
(In the final week of the last
Congressional session, the Senate
approved a $10 per mont 'i raise
in subsistence for single students,
while married students were to re-
ceive a basic $15 increase, with ex-
tra allowances for children).
Antonofsky indicated that,
though tomorrow's meeting is pri-
marily a caucus, the views of any
interested veterans or veterans'
groups will be entertained.
Police Recover
Missing Wallets
Two of the wallets stolen from
Phi Sigma Delta fraternity house
Wednesday night have been re-
covered by police.
One of the empty wallets was
found near the fraternity house
and the other was discovered on S.
University Ave.
Some $800 in cash and valuables

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At 12 o'clock . .. a lady with a future!
At 12:05 ... a woman with a past!
co-starring

ART CINEMA LEAGUE
presents
Life Dances On
(Un Carnet De Bal)
French dialogue
English Titles
Tonight at 8:30
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN
THEATRE
Box Office opens 2:00 P.M.
Admission sOc (tax inc.)
For Reservations Phone 6300

&i7ATE

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209 South State (just north of State Theater)
Dine and dance in that informal ight club atmosphere
Music by X01 McNALL and his Orchestra
featuring Vocals by Jackie Ward
Every Sunday from 7:00 P.M.
Every Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 P.M.
Serving.in dining room of the Slate Cafeteria
TURKEY, STEAKS, and CHICKEN DINNERS
SPECIAL SNACKS and SANDWICHES
with SODA BAR and TABLE SERVICE

No admission or cover charge

Minimum - 50c per person

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DE N N I S JOHN
O'KEEFE -L ODEF
"li tSouth" * Paramount
Cartoon News

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March
of Time

Coming
Sunday

BING and BARRY in 'WELCOME STRANGER'

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STUDENTS!

Avoid those long lines

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CANDAN'
COTTAGE INNS

Aor ouncA

only one block from campus
312 East William Next to Campus Bike Shop
Sandwiches Served During Noon Hour
Chef's Luncheon Specials for Saturday, Oct. 11
Spaghetti & Meat Balls, Soup, Salad, Vegetable
Hot Rolls, Coffee and Dessert ...............85c
Roast Beef, Soup, Mashed Potatoes, Vegetable,
Hot Rolls, Coffee and Dessert...............90c
Sandwich Plate with Potato Salad .............75c

* Classified J
HELP WANTED
WANTED: For sextet, one each alto
and tenor men. Read and solo. Call
Hugh 2-3189. ) 30
MISCELLANEOUS
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY for student.
39 coin operated radios for sale. Pos-
sible location for 25. 22995. )47
BUSINESS SERVICES
HORSES BOARDED. $30 - $40. The
Hackamore. 3351 N. Maple Rd. Phone
25-8207. )24
BY ESTABLISHED tradition we do all
types of sewing, alterations, formal
restyling. Hildegarde Sewing Shop.
116 E. Huron. Phone 24669. )29
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A. A. 2-0298. W. O.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
PHOTOSTATIC COPYING, discharges,
birth certificates, drawings enlarged
or reduced. Leave your work at Wikel
Drug Co. )21
RADIOS REPAIRED. Careful work
reasonable prices. Open evenings for
convenience of students. Radio Doc-
tors, 512 E. William, 2-0671. )15
ALTE7RATIONS. Formals remodeled.
Men's collars and cuffs mended. Ph.
25-7515. )53

Hours 1 1:30 to 1:30, 5:00 to 8:00

Closed Mondays

was stolen from the fraternity by - -
thieves who entered the place
while the occupants slept.
Advertising + W e are grateful
FOR RENT -for the increasing number of you business people and
WILL SHARE large single room with
tale student. For further informa-
ma est enta Fr fmherin alstudents who are eating with us
tionwh inquire at 319 N. Main or call
2-3942 after 6:00 p.m. )14
VACANCY for male student. Meals for
boys. 1231 Olivia.)5
WANTED TO BUY ou have been grateful
WANTED2 or 4 tickets for Northwest-
ern-Michigan game. Call Dezso Seke-
ly. Phone 5806. )43 -for the excellent variety of food at reasonable prices,
PERSONAL and the clean comfort provided-s evidenced b the
CHINESE OCTUPLETS America bound!
Debut at Sig Ep nursery, Saturday
night. )63 manycompliments we ve received from you.
WANTED
WANTED: All Kappa Kappa Gamma
transfe .s to attend transfer-active
party during Northwestern game, Oct.e
18. Please contact us. Phone 2-5618
)54
FOR SALE -who read and profit by making a daily habit of lunch-
ONE CABINET model radio, one table
model combination, one . cabinet ing and dining here. KEEP IN MIND:
model combination. Call 4489. )15
TAME young parakeets, $6 each. Can-
aries $10 up. Bird Supplies. 562 S.
Seventh. Ph. 5330. )3
FORD-1939 convertible coupe, me-
chanically sound, radio, heater, good
_ires, economical. La0d, 1231 Olivia.
)46 eomaLI13Ov
NEW TWO-BEDROOM HOUSE. Second
floor can be finished. Oil heat. Beau--4 "I" I "
tiful location on 3 acres, good land,
six miles out. $10,500 eligible GI loan. : fi h-
Oril Ferguson, 928 Forest, Phone 2-
2839. ) 36
.27 ENGAGEMENT RING. Will sell for
half price. Phone 2-1518 after 7 p.m.
Ask for Jack. )40
1942 SCHULT HOUSETRAILER, excel-
lent condition. Completely equipped. _______ ______
Priced to sell. See R. H. Copitharn, v
1022 S. Forest, Ann Arbor or A. Sel-
lek, 953 Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti. 4
1940 PACKARD 4-door sedan, model ,,zrii:te rc:":.:4
110, excellent condition throughout.
Radio, heater, priced to sell. R. H.
Copithorn, 1022 S. Forest. )51 qtfheif4
LOST AND FOUND 4
LOST--Beat up tan zipper wallet on
State Street Thursday. Means more
than you know to Anita G. at 2-5184.%4
)26
STUDENT FOOTBALL book. Section 29,h'
Row 62, Seat 31. Reward. Alva Stein,<
1732 Quincy, Willow Run. 18 Open Daily
LOST: A brown covert topcoat size
42, taken fromn the S.A.E. houseFri; -
daOct. 3. Please return. I have Except Su da r.., f
your coat. D. D. Phillips. 1408 Wash-
tenaw. )55
LADIES' LIGHT BLUE SWEATER Tues- LUNCHEON
day evening between campus build-
ing, North Uversity and Rackham 4.*
Building. Finder please call 6038 after
6 p.mii. )60 DINNER
PARKER 51 PEN. Silver and gray.
Broken plunger cap. Reward. Call 5 P.M.-7:30 P.M.
5132. )33
PAIR OF GLASSES lost on or around
campus Tuesday afternoon. Call M.

Continuous Daily from 1 P.M. STARTS TODAY!
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