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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

-- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1947

'SMOKE, SMOKE. .':
Coeds Thicken Atmosphere
By Putting 'T-Zones' to Test

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By FRAN ICK ..
What's this three-to-one ratio
doing to our coeds' nerves - local
druggists report that they've tak-
n to chain-smoking in a big
,ay'
Men on campus may be more
numerous thai women, but they
can't hold a candle to them whenl
it comes.to cigarettes, for coeds
buy about half of the 1,500 packs
sold each week by the average
campus drugstore.
Girls who smoke, smoke more
than men, a local druggist said.
"There are more chain-smokers
among women than among men."
In agreement with this, another
druggist declared than when a
woman takes up smoking, she be-
comes: a production-line smoker
- one after another.
Perhaps the coed's view is ob-
scured by the haze, for she tends
to stick to the well-advertised

brand more closely than does the
average man. She buys more king-
size cigarette-holders than the
man.
The coeds are.halso lazy about
their smoking; they buy by the
carton much more than do men.
A ray of light was shed on the
situation by one counter attend-
ant who observed, "Coeds don't
seem to enjoy smoking as much
as fellows. They light a cigarette
and take a couple drags just to
have something to do.."
Taking into consideration the
ratio. of men to coeds, the equal
cigie-butt consumption between
the .s exes indicates that coeds
smoke three times as much per
capita as men students. Add to
this he cigarettes women mooch
or snoke on dates, and the Uni-
versity is in quite a heated condi-
tion.

ICC To Send
25 Delegates
To Conference
Twenty-five delegates from the
University's Inter- Cooperative
Council will be present at the con-
vention of the Midwest Federation
of Campus Co-Ops to be held this
weekend in Chicago.
Jerry Rees, president of the ICC,
stated that the delegates repre-
sent more than 100 students liv-
in in the five ICC houses in Ann
Arbor.
The Michigan delegation will be
one of the largest at the meeting,
which will include representatives
from more than a dozen colleges
and universities.
Dean Attends Meeting
Dean. Russell A. Stevenson, of
the business administration school,
is in Chicago to attend a meeting
of the Committee on Standards of
the American Association of Col-
legiate Schools of Business.

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Guild Open House.. .
Roger Williams Guild Nill have
an open house at 8:33 p.m. tonight
at the Guild House. The program
includes games, dancing, discus-
sion and refreshments. All stu-
dents are welcome.
Astronomy Event ...
Visitors' night at the Angell
Hall observatory on the fifth
floor of Angell Hall will be held
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. today.
Plans call for the observation
of the rmeon, provided the sky
remains clear. In case of cloudy
skies, the Open Night will be
cancelled.
Children must be accompan-
ied by their parents.
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Hillel Even..-
Open House will be held at B'naif
B'rith Hillel following the game
tomorrow. Cider, doughnuts and

apples will be served as refresh-
ments. All members and friends
have been urged to attend with
their guests.
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IC Record Dance . ..
A record dance will be held at
8 p.m. today in the recreation
room of the International Cen-
ter. All those interested may at-
tend.
* * *
'Uplift League' . .
The "Blue Monday Uplift
Lf ague" will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Mon., Oct. 27 at Lane Hall.
This organization was created
and sponsored by the Student Re-
ligious Association and is open to
all students who are interested in
participating in an evening of Hal-
loween festivities. Students at-
tending this event are advised to
wear blue-jeans.

Unless the Oxford University
debaters coming to the campus
Wednesday reveal some nic--
names, formal introductions prom-
ise to be slightly complicated af-
fairs.
Used to meeting Americans
named "Joe" and "Bill," faculty
members and students will have
to be excused a gasp or two when
they hear the visitors' names.
Leading the list is the Hon. An-
thony Neil Wedgwood Benn, whose
cognomen is clearly inferior when
compared with that of his dis-
tinguished father.
Scarcely less impressive is the

name of Sir Edward Charles Gur-
ney Boyle, who is a baronet. The
third member of the team offers a
breather. He answers to plain
David Kenneth Hars.
Two of these men will be picked
to face Michigan's William Starr
and William Flaskamp at 4 p.m.
Wednesday in Rackham Lecture
Hall. Oxford will take the nega-
tive on the proposition, "That the
working of a modern democracy
demands a liberal rather than a
vocational education."
In the only other visit of an
Oxford team to the University,

Campus Highlights

IMPRESSIVE MONICKERS:
Oxford Debaters List Names of Distinction

the Michigan debate team tri-
umphed on the question of pro-
hibition. That was back in 1925.
Oxford's debaters are making a
four-month tour of this country's
universities, debating one of four
given topics selected by each op-
ponent. They will arrive in the
midwest after meeting schools in
the East and Canada. From here,
they will proceed west, then south
along the coast. A trip through
the southern states to the east
coast will terminate their tour
about the middle of January.

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We dare you to see
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WELCOMES ALUMNI'
THE PLACEFORYOUR DINNER
AFTER THE GAME
OPEN 7:30 A.M.- 1:30 P.M.
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"LIVE AS I PLEASE"
(VOGLIO-VIVERE COSI') " ENGUL5H TITLES *
Thurs., Fri., Sat., Oct. 23, 24, 25 - 8:30 P.M.
Box Office opens 2 P.M. Daily

WANTED TO RENT
GETTING MARRIED at Christmas -
will need apartment. Willing to re-
serve or rent now. Near campus if
possible. Call Raymond 12-1, tel.
9177. ) 12
FOR SALE
LADY'S golf clubs and bag, 2 pairs 7
ft. skis, 3 extra large drawing boards,
gooseneck lamp, bedlamp, book case
and books, Encyclopedia set, 3 dic-
tionaries, globe, magazine rack, typ-
ing table. Sturdy old furniture (din-
ing room, beds), library table, good
living room and walnut bedroom
suites. 914 Woodlawn. Phone 5461.
)47
FOR SALE-Size 39 Tuxedo. Practically
new. $30 or trade for size 42. Bob,
2-1528. ) 26
FOR SALE--Girls bicycle. Call 2-2703.
)82
WHITE BROADCLOTH SHIRTS - All
standard sizes. 4 for $9.00. Striped pa-
jamas, 3 for $10,00. Excellent quality.
Sorry, no smaller quantities at these
low prices. Call Arnold. 8768. )92
TAILS-Chesterfield, size 38, perfect
condition, Will sell separately. Call
8995. )8
FOR 'SALE-Tuxedo size 37. Double-
breasted $12.00. Robert Howland, 1117
Church St. Phone 2-2697. )67
REMINGTON PORTABLE typewriter.
Bought new 1942. Little use. Recent-
ly overhauled. 9857 or see at 315 N.
Thayer, Apt. 2. )2
FOR SALE manual style portable phon-
ograph. In fine condition, 13 dollars
to enjoy fine music. 720 Arch. Ph.
2-2038, Jaques. )5
HOUSE TRAILER 27 foot, 3-room, de-
luxe tandem. Bottle gas, oil heat, easyl
chair, studio couch, inner spring bed,
venetian blinds, drapes, 1000 S. Main.
Evenings and weekends. )10
HEREYE! My new model due for de-
livery. Selling present 40 Ford deluxe
coupe, radio, heater. Good tires, new
battery, white walls and all $940 takes
it. Call Doris Hart, 8671. )79
MODEL A 31 Ford sedan. New tires. Ex-
cellent motor, 1366 Erving Court, Wil-
low Village. Call after 6 p.m. and
weekends. )47
UNDERWOOD STANDARD. 1941 type-
writer. Highest bid 3 days. Call Ken
Bernard, c-o Campus Cab, 4545. 8-9
p.m. )45
LATE '45 Cushman motor scooter, side-
kar, windshield; recently overhauled;
economical and fast transportation.
Box 20, Daily. )19
BIKE BARGAINS-Ladies 3-speed tour-
ing. Basket, extra set tires, $45. Man's
lightweight British Racer. Year old,
$45.00. Together $80.00. Denton, 414
Lawrence. )57
CANARIES, certified singers, $10 up.
Parakeets, finches, bird supplies,
cages. 562 South 7th near Madison.
)40,
ACCORDION 120 bass "Moreschi" made
in Italy. 4 shift beautiful tone. Must
sell this week only. $200.00. Call 2-2366
1 to 5 p.m. )53
TABLECLOTHS, aprons, bridge table
covers, colorful patterns in dirt-proof
plastic. Ideal for gifts. 2-4270, eve-
nings. ) 38
BRAND NEW Millen transmitter-ex-
citer with tubes, and National FBXA
short-ware receiver. Sell or trade for
35mmn. camera. Fred Remley, 22
Michigan House. 2-4401. )21
"SILVER KING" TROMBONE with
case. Recently overhauled. Excellent
playing condition. Call Jack, 2-7293,
1037 Olivia. )75
ONE cabinet model radio, one table
model combination, one cabinet mod-
el combination. Call 4489. )15
5 - JONES

LOST AND FOUND
FOUND ONE exposure meter, owner
can claim by calling 326 Tyler, 2-4591
and identifying. )89
LOST-Exposure meter uinbrown leath-
er case. Reward. Return to Emma
Duffett. Call Ypsilanti 9265. )18
LOST-Slide rule. NameaBill Cooper
on cover and rule. Reward. Contact
him at 1389 Hanover Ct. Williow Run.
)73
LOST-One brown billfold containing
football tickets, Sec. 33, row 59, seat
23; Varsity Night ticket; frat. re-
ceipts; Maine license; snapshots; ID
card; Union card. Generous reward.
Contact Lawrence Clement, 244 Hins-
dale, E. Quad. Tel. 2-4591. )55
LOST: Jeweled Kappa Sigma fraternity
pin. Pittsburgh football weekend, in-
itials J.H.M. Reward. Call 8612. )11
LOST: Maroon Parker "51"between
Haven Hall and Alexander's or
drug store. Norma Levy, Helen New-
berry. Phone 2-2591. )69
LOST: Navy scarf bearing name tag.
Great sentimental value. Reward!
Call 2-3839. )3
LOST--Tan leather pocketbook con-
taining green wallet. Substantial re-
ward. Please call 2-2083. )5
LOST-Calculus notes in brown 10x12
envelope. R. B. Lytle, 216 N. State.
)71
LOST-Black Eversharp pen, reward.
2-4591, Bob Kraft, 310 Greene. )42
LOST: Gruen wrist watch (man's), en-
graved with J. S. Bremer. Reward.
?hone 3500W4, Ypsilanti. )81°
WILL PERSON who found my glasses
in their bike basket Sunday after-
noon please return them to Shreve,
548 S. State. )36
HELP WANTED
YOUNG MAN or woman: Do you have
3-4 hours a day to spare? Consider
this opportunity if you are looking
for means to help with school funds.
Represent Avon in Ann Arbor. Cos-
metics, Christmas gifts, men's toilet-
ries nationally advertised. Big de-
mand. Easy to sell. We train you.
Find out for yourself what others
are earning. For details write Box
21. ) 90
CHOOSE a position in the telephone
company friendly employment. Ad-
visors will be glad to talk it over
with you. Apply employment office.
2nd floor, 321 E. Washington. )14
STUDENTS - Sell souvenirs before and
after Miltnesota game. High commis-
sion. Call Bob Tisch. 24410. )7
YOUNG WOMAN wanted for fountain
and counter work at a campus snack
bar. Student's wife preferred. Closed
during vacations. Call 5464, after 4:00
p.m. ) 78
BOY FOR SERVING and dishwashing
in private home in return for 2
meals daily and room with private
bath. Call 7380, after 7 p.m. )62
WANTED: Part or full time stockboy;

BUSINESS SERVICES
SKILLED dressmaker and designer will
make formals or bridal gowns. Time,
will not permit accepting other work.
Your pattern or will supply original
designs at no extra charge. Call
2-6983.)1
DANCE BAND; social chairmen, the
Uptown Six, is now available for
dancing engagements. Call H. Jack-
son. 23189. )76
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
INDIA MOTORCYCLE SALES now do-
ing business in its new location. Serv-
ice on all makes. Reasonable prices.
207 W. Liberty. Phone 2-1748. )6
MEN'S USED CLOTHING bought and
sold at Sam's Store. 122 E. Washing-
ton. )50
WANTED
WANTED: 2 or 4 Minnesota tickets-
High as possible. Call Bassett at 2-3779
after 7 p.m. )91
WANTED two tickets for Minnesota
game. Call 7717. )52
WANTED: Two tickets to Homecoming
Dance. Call Jay Singer, 2-1297. My
fiance and I thank you. Y87
ONE or two tickets to Illinois game.
Call Walt Bauer. 22565, mealtimes or
22462, evenings. )86
4 PASSENGERS to Illinois game via
Chicago. Leave Friday afternoon, re-
turn Sunday. Call 27871. )72
BABY SITTER-Experienced to work
during Minnesota game. Phone 2-6238.
SEVEN TICKETS to homecoming dance
urgently needed. Call Bob Kauffman,
1105 Oakland, 7664. )85
WANTED: 2 tickets for Minnesota
game. Call 2-2521, Ex. 349 or 8095. )7
WANTED URGENTLY-One ticket to
Homecoming Dance. Phone 7280, eve-
nings. George Spence. )83
ONE TICKET Homecoming Dance. Call
Shirley Buritz, 2-7097. )54
NEED 1 ticket for Homecoming Dance.
Call Bill B. 5806.)9
BADLY NEEDED-One or two tickets
to Homecoming Dance. Reasonable
sellers, pricing reasonably may apply.
Phone 2-3815. Bill. )77
WANTED: 3 tickets to Homecoming
Dance. Jack 2-3059. )22
WANTED: One ticket to homecoming
dance. Chuck Lipari. Ph. 27044. )63
WANTED DESPERATELY, one or two
tickets. Homecoming dance. Call 23356
after 4, ask for Sheldon. )74
FOR RENT
ROOMS for colored men student5 near
campus. Phone 24070. )46
ROOM for male student near campus.
Call 9571, after 4:30. )48
ROOM for one or two male students.
Phone 2020W2. )84
Read and Use
Daily Classif ed Ads
Continuous from 1 P.M.
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CONCERTS
CHICAGO SYMPHONY
Sunday, Oct. 26, 7 P.M.
DANIEL ERICOURT, Pianist
Tuesday, Nov. 4
CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA
Sunday, Nov. 9, 7P.M.
SET SVANHOLM, Tenor
Friday, Nov. 14
WESTMINSTER CHOIR
Monday, Nov. 24
DON COSSACK CHORUS
Tuesday, Dec. 2
BOSTON SYMPHONY
Monday, Dec. 8
MESSIAH (Handel)
Swt. & Sun., Dec. 13-14
MYRA HESS, Pianist
Saturday, Jan. 10
PAGANINI QUARTET
Fri. & Sat., Jan. 16-17
MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY
Sunday, Feb. 15, 7 P.M.
DETROIT SYMPHONY
Monday, Feb. 23
GEORGES ENESCO, Violinist
Tuiesday, March 2
BRAILOWSKY, Pianist
Wednesday, March 10
CINCINNATI SYMPHONY
Thursday, March 18
TICKETS at University Musi-
cal Society, Burton Memorial
Tower.

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Friday 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.
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DANCE?
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Fri. and Sat.
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Reservations Phone 6300

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After the Pep Rally
NO NEED TO DRESS U P
Come as you are to
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(in State Cafeteria dining room),
DANCING
to the Music of-
TOM McNALL's
Orchestray
featuring Vocals by JACKIE WARD
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