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"THE MICHIGAN DAILY -f

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1N7

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"WON i 0 11"

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SEEING DOUBLE:
Army Still Mixes Up Twins

(To Establish
Drama Group

m1es44 Le ear E
By HARRIETT FRIEDMAN
Having a double may make 1
every-other-day attendance at;
school a possibility, but in the
Army, it's more likely to result in
KP for going through the chow
line twice.
Twins T-5 William and T-5
Robert Bristor, 20, former Uni-
versity students now stationed
with the Army in Hiyama, Jap-
an, have found double identity
no joy in the service.
Sociologists Elect
Prof. Robert C. Angell, chairman
of the University department of'
sociology, has been elected first
vice-president of the American So-
ciological Society for 1948.
The election was conducted by
mail, and Dr. Angell will assume
the new office in January.

JUL.I 1t i''NNE'l tuUA workshop designed "to give
---- --students opportunity for dramatic
Despite the fact that they have expression" by directing and act-
been with their outfit nearly a ing in plays is being established
year, and one is assigned to the by the Hillel foundation, Bob
hosptal nd he oherto had-Springer, the organization's dra -
hospital and the other to head- matic director, announced recent-
quarters of 5th Cavalry Regiment ly.
at Camp McGill, mistakes con-
tinue. During the school year, the stu-
dent group plans to present a ser-

DOUBLE MYSTERY-Former University students, twins T-5
William and T-5 Robert Bristor, continue to mystify the army
after nearly a year in the same regiment.

Lengthy explanations about such
things as the need for double
uniform alterations aren't as bad
as being asked to do the other
twin's duties, according to the
Bristors. Robert adds:
"Once, when a new officer was
on duty, I had to go find Bill to
prove that there were two of us."
The Bristors, whose home is in
Steubenville, Ohio, plan to return
to the University to complete their
medical training after their tour
of Army duty.
At school having a double has
a few advantages, they figure, but
"it sure isn't any help in the
Army."

ies of three dramatic productions,I
the first of which will consist of
three one-act plays.
An organizational meeting of
all interested persons will be held
at 4 p.m. Wednesday at the foun-
dation building. "Because these
plans are still in the experimental
stige, we need cooperation of all
students interested in dramatics,"
Springer emphasized. Anyone un-
able to attend should contact
Springer by calling 2-4410.
Read and Use
Daily Classifed Ads

to Hill Auditorium Nov. 11

CLASSIFIED ADVE TSING

when

Switzerland
Still Solvent,
Happy, Hearty
Dickey Reports Lan
Has Little Inflation D
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eight Swiss francs ($2.00). But
Swiss portions of meat, potatoes
and vegetables are so hearty that
a foreigner has trouble avoiding
what in these times amounts to a
crime-waste.
One flaw on the landscape is
the spectre of cold. Lumped to-
gether with the rest of Europe in
this respect, Switzerland is faced
with a shortage of fuel. An Amer-
ican student veteran here reports
that his rooming house has hot
water only twice every 15 days.jAp
Blissful Existence
Yet, all things considered, the
Swiss are leading a blissful exist-
ence in contrast to their European in
neighbors.
For the foreign visitor, all ave-
nues in this city lead irresistibly
to the Quai Woodrow Wilson and
on out to the cluster of buildings is
which once housed an organization
known as the League of Nations.
Nowadays the buildings are used
for a variety of conferences on "
matters of limited scope which
rate only scant notice in the
world's press. However, despite the
fallback to relative obscurity, the
place is kept in excellent repair. P
Even the brass fittings on the Wil-
son monument, which stands in
front of the Palais des Nations
Unies, look shiny and new.
Architecture Poor
Aesthetically speaking, the
buildings are not very well done.
Tons of beautiful marble were em-
ployed, but at the outset their de-
sign left much to be desired.
The reason for the choice of
this site as the League's headquar-
ters is obvious. The grounds slope
gently to the crystal-lear waters
of the Lake of Geneva, Mount
Blanc forms a serene backdrop
and the city, quietly industrious,
is a mile away-a splendid setting
for calm deliberation of the
world's problems. a
Unity Despite 'Babble'
Moreover, Switzerland is proof i
that differences of language are
no bar to understanding. The
country is roughly divided into
three linguistic regions-French,
German and Italian-but all this
babble has not prevented the
Swiss from welding together a
harmonious republic.

ramatic Guild announces a special pre-Detroit
showing of Fercnc Molnar's magnificent comedy
'he Play's the lhing." Three performances
only, Nov. 6, 7 and 8 at Pattengill Auditorium,
Ann Arbor I igh School.
pearing in the play that made Molnar famous
will be Ian Keith whose memorable Bolingbroke
Maurice Evans' "Richard the Second" will live
in the history of the theatre. Starred with Keith
Joseph Macaulay, famed for his character-
izations in such original productions as
Life with Father" and Shaw's "Saint Joan." -
Blonde and beautiful Patricia Moore
lays the part of the seductive and alluring Ilona.
Together they combine to give you the same
exciting and uproarious evening that will soon
be enjoyed by Detroit audiences at the
Shubert-Lafayette Theater.
Seats now on sale $1.80 and $1.20, incl. tax,
t Wahr's Book Store and Grinnell's Music Store.
Curtains raising, 8:30.

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4 COLEMAN HAWKINS " BILL HARRIS
0 HOWARD McGHEE * RAY BROWN
FLIP PHILLIPS * JACK MILLS
HANK JONES 0 HELEN HUMES
General Adm. $1.20 Reserved Sec. $1.80
Tickets on sale at U. Hall, League, Union, Record Shops

HIGH ADVENTURE!

Continuous Daily from 1:30 P.M.
NOW thru Tues.!

HIGH ROMANCE!

FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Set of tails. Formal top
coat. Size 38. 823 Brown, or call 5293.
)95
FOR SALE: Ball-pen and mechanical
pencil combination, $1.50. Writes and
looks as fine as those selling for much
more. Extra cartridges, 35c each. Box
27, Daily. )97
ONE MAN'S brown topcoat, removable
lining. Excellent condition. Call Bill
Smith, 26173, between 7-10 p.m. )99
GIRL'S SCHWINN bicycle with wire
basket, $20. Used 3 months. Needs
front tire. Phone 5339. )100
TWO Whizzer Motorbikes. Used only
3 months. Call 2-2001 or see at 1108
Prospect.)73
HOUSE TRAILER 27 foot, 3-room, de-
luxe tandem. Bottle gas, oil heat, easy
chair, studio couch, inner spring bed,
venetian blinds, drapes, 1000 S. Main
Evenings and weekends. )10
CANARIES, certified singers, $10 up.
Parakeets, Finches, bird supplies,
cages. 562 South Seventh. Phone
5330. ) 40
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
TABLECLOTHS, aprons, bridge table
covers, colorful patterns in dirt-proof
plastic. Ideal for gifts. 2-4270, eve-
nings. 138
ESTATE RANGE: gas, right hand oven.
Easy washer, with spin dryer, both
used, good condition. Phone 2-6119.
)90
FIRST TIME in Ann Arbor - Christo-
pher Caudwell's classic study of the
"Sources of Poetry - Illusion and
Reaelity." Imported from England.
New World Book Shop, 210 N. 4th Ave.
)30
REAL ESTATE
3 ACRES and new house. Living room,
kitchen, 3 bedroms and bath on 1st
floor. Full basement, oil heat. Pos-
session at once.
NEW WATER FRONT COTTAGE. Liv-
ing room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, bath.
Water system. Can be easily made
into year-around home. Immediate
possession.
BEAUTIFUL LOCATION for several
homes. 40 acres, including 15 acres
fine woods. 7 miles from University,
paved roads all the way. This is an
unusual opportunity for several fam-
ilies to secure large building sites for
the cost of lots in town. Be sure to
investigate this property. Oril Fer-
guson, 928 Forest Ave., Ann Arbor.
Phone 2-2839. 86

WANTED
SIX unemployed scat singers want to 1
see Stan Kenton. Call "Flip" Connell
2-2926. )71
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: Ladies' watch. Claim by iden-
tifying and paying for this ad. Call
Grace Gendzwill, 2-4471. )58
POOR OLD DUMB ED lost his foun-
tain pen again. Parker 51. Engraved
"Ed Tipper." Phone 2-2712. Reward.
)361
LOST: K & E slide rule in Chemistry
Building. 12:30 Thursday. Return to
Chemistry Bldg., Rm. 212. Reward.
) 98
LADIES FUR PIECE found Tuesday at
the International Center. Call Ext.
358. ) 94
GIRL wh6 found my identification
bracelet call Seymour, 2-3575 again,
10-11 p.m. Reward. )83
LOST-Slide Rule in brown case in
Chem Building. Please call Ypsi
1872J5, collect. )3
GRAY Raincoat with red plaid zipper
lining. Name Arbuckle inside. Re-
ward. Call 2-4401, 415 Lloyd. )53
LOST-Silver Ronson lighter with The-
ta Xi crest, north end of stadium
Saturday. Sentimental value. Reward.
Phone 9194. )18
LOST-Student football ticket, Section
35, Row 58, Seat 11. Please call Don-
ald McDougall, 2-4591, 406 Greene
House. )72

BUSINESS SERVICES
WANTED: Sewing, dress making and
alterations. Miss Livingston, 315 S.
Division. 2 rings. )82
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A. A. 2-0298. W. O.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
WASHTENAW Country Club offers an
ideal location for fraternity or group
dance parties. Our floor will accom-
modate 150 couples. For reservations
call Ypsilanti 3618. Ask for Fred or
Clara Hunter. )4
ANNOUNCING the opening of our new
shop. After November first we will
be located at 1091 East Washington.
Custom clothes, alterations and re-
styling. The Hildegarde Shop. Tele-
phone 2-4669. )5
MEN'S USED CLOTHING bought and
sold at Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington. )50

HELP WANTED
WOMEN-Choose a full-time positon
in the telephone company friendly
employment. Advisors will be glad to
talk it over with you. Apply employ-
ment office, 2nd floor, 321 E. Wash-
ington. )14
STUDENT for part time work at soda
fountain, Swift's Drug Store. 340 S.
State St. Phone 2-0534. )33
FOR RENT

ROOMS for colored students, 144
Hoover. Phone 2-4070.

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STARTS TODAY!

- Wednesday and Thursday ---- - - -
"MOSS ROSE" and "DARK DELUSION"
--- Friday and Saturday ------ --
"GOLDEN BOY" and "JUNGLE FLIGHT"

PRICES!

Weekday Matinees, 25c till 5
Evenings and Sundays, 30c

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TUE DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH presents Play Production
THORNTON WILDER'S INTRIGUING DRAMA

4*0UR TOWN"
Wed. through Sat., Nov. 5, 6, 7, 8 - 3 I.M.
Tickets $1.20 - 90c - 60c (tax incl.)
SPECIAL RATE' for Students Wednesday and Thursday Nights - 48c
Box Office Opens Tomorrow - Hours 10-1, 2-5
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE

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