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THE MIICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDlAY, NOVE~MBERI 7, 197

'NEW LOOK' IN UNIFORMS:
Girl Gridders Battle Today

By DON McNEIL
Males with weak hearts would do
best if they stayed away from
Ferry Field today, lest the shock
of seeing the "weaker sex" hard
at work at the traditional "rough
and tough" game of football be
too much for them.
Delta Delta Delta and Pi Beta
Phi sororities will clash on the
gridiron at 4 p.m. today for the
championship of the Powder Puff
Bowl, with no holds barred.
Scouts who have braved the
rival training camps, where the
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girls have been hard at work all
week, report two developments:
that Pi Phi has solved the hidden
ball play so well that they can't
find the football, and that an un-
known two-foot hole in the Tri-
Delt's lawn has already decom-
missioned two tackles.
At this late date, no programs
have been planned for the game,
so you won't be able to tell a Pi
Phi from a Tri-Delt. Most of the
coeds are in favor of remaining
incognito anyway, so that Fri-
day night dates won't be aware
of the prowess or toughness of
their ladies.
Team uniforms, however, will
consist of Michigan shirts for the
Tri-Delts and red plaid for the
Pi Phi team. The "New Look" will
be featured by just-below-the-
knee blue jeans

S~TRANGE:
STARTLING!
MIWAZING!

IU'To Accept
Fellowship
Applications
Grants by Pepsi-Cola,
Rosenwald Available
Senior and graduate students
may now apply for 1948 Pepsi-
Cola and Julius Rosenwald Fel-
lowships at the Scholarship Of-
fice, Rm. 205, University Hall, Ivan
W. Parker, scholarship chairman,-
announced yesterday.
The Pepsi-Cola Graduate Fel-
lowships are open only to students
who will receive their bachelor's
degree during the school year 1947-
48. Each fellowship pays full
tuiy on and $750 a year for three
years. They may be used in any
field of study at any accredited
graduate school in the United-
States or Canada.
Regional Basis
The fellowships will be awarded
on a regional basis, with six fel-
lowhips to students attending
college in each of four regions. Af
national committee of educators1
will select the winners from recom-1
mendations made by regional se-"
lection committees. Winners will1
be chosen on the basis of promise
of outstanding achievement in lat-
er life, with consideration of un-
dergraduate records, and recoin-
mendations as to character, per-
sonality and qualities of leader-
ship. The fellowships are limited
to those with financial need.
December 12 Deadline
Students must return their ap-
plications for t'e Pepsi-Cola Fel-
lowships to the Scholarship Of-
fice before Dec. 12.
The Julius Rosenwald Fund Fel-
lowships will be offered for the
last time in 1948. Limited to Ne-
groes, and to white southerners
who wish to work on some problem
distinctive to the South, the fel-
lowships are awarded for a term
of one year.

Co-ops To Fete
15th Year at U'
On Wednesday
"Co-op Day," planned to cele-
brate the fifteenth year of student
cooperatives on campus Wednes-
day, was given the final stamp of
approval by the Inter-Cooperative
Council yesterday.
Commemorating the founding of
Michigan Co-op House in 1932,
the celebration will feature a din-
ner for members and guests at
Lane Hall.
The dinner will be followed by
movies and folk dances by mem-
bers of the houses. The annual
business meeting will be held at
this time.
Open houses will be held at the
five houses operating under the
Inter-Cooperative Council on the
Friday evening following Co-op
1Day.
Themes of the celebration will
be the successful completion of the
"experimental stage" in coopera-
tive living, and recognition of the
fact that Michigan co-ops were the
first in the present nation-wide
student cooperative movement.
Hold Those Bonds!

Civic Lectures
Women interested in participat- 25c till 5, 30c after 5
ing in civic affairs may apply for - TODAY-SAT.!
the Community Service Series FROM THE GREAT LOVE DRA
training course, being offered by
the Volunteer Bureau of the Ann iI_
Arbor Council of Social Agencies,
The series of five lectures will
begin with a talk on "Post-War
Ann Arbor" by Russell West. as-
sistant superintendent of public - Plus! Air Action over
schools, to be given at 10 a.m. a Green Hell!
Tuesday in the Henderson Room
of the League.
The Council especially requests
student and faculty wives to regis-
6551. Registration is limited to
75. Robert Lowery
SAnn Savage
FLASH PHO0TOS ro~Ln>.
SIMPLIFIED --Coming SUNDAY!
Everybody's taking WE CARL O
flash shots this new JEAN P I E RRE
easy way. Try the N
popular Argus C3 ~M N
camera with built-in SRIAN
synchronizer. 36 ex-BRIAN
posures on 35 mm. DO NLEV Y
film, fast "Cintar"in Universa
f:3.5 lens, shutter
speeds to 1 /300.-aII
this, plus a coupled
range finder for (uL
easy focusing.
"" Plus "LOVE AND LEARN"
PURCHASE RADIO Attend Our Special
AND CAMERA SHOP MIDNIGHT SHOW
AND CAMERA SHOPh Every Saturday Night
Ph. 8696 605 Church All Seats 30c

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"OPEN CITY"-Carla Revere appears in the prize-winning Italian
film to be presented at Hill Auditorium at 8:30 p.m. today and
tomorrow. All proceeds will go to the Community Chest campaign.
'Lowey Depths' Scheduled
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"The Lower Depths," French
film based on Maxim Gorkey's
play, will be presented by IRA and
Art Cinema League at 8:30 p.m.
Sunday and Monday at Kellogg
Auditorium.
Starring Jean Gabin and Louis

Jouvet, the film depicts a story of
social outcasts in 19th century
Moscow.
Tickets for "The Lower Depths"
will go on sale from 10 a.m. to
12 noon and 1 to 2 p.m. today
through Friday in University Hall.

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

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REAL ESTATE
3 ACRES and new house. Living room,
kitchen 2 bedrooms 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.AOril Fer-
guson, 928 Forest Ave., Ann Arbor.
Phone 2-2839. ) 86

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Two awards were made last year
for study at the University. Prof.
Blyden Jackson, of the English de-
partment, Fisk University, Nash-
ville, Tenn., is now here for ad-
vanced study in literature, and Dr.
Alonzo Smith Yerby for graduate
study in the public health school.
Exceptional Ability
The Fund was established to
provide opportunities for special
experience or advanced study to
individuals who have already giv-
en evidence of exceptional ability
and who wish to prepare them-
selves further. Candidates must
be at least 24 years old and not
older than 35 years, though the
Committee will waive the age lim-
its for special cases.
Awards will be determined in
each case on the basis of the ex-
pected expenses involved. The av-
erage net for a year's work is $2,-
000.
Ex-Hopwood Winner's
New Novel Published
"About Lyddy Thomas," a novel
by Maritta Wolff, author of "Night
Shift," who won a major Hopwood
fiction award in 1940 for "Whistle
Stop," was released in bookstores
this week.
SERVING HOURS:
11 A.M.-1:30 P.M. 5-7 P.M.
"Known for Good Food"
The TAVERN
CAFETERIA
338 Maynard Street
For that dslicious
lunch that satisfies
try
MILLER'S
BOX LUNCH
SERVICE
4 P.M. until 2 A.M. Daily
12 Noon unti 11 P.M.
Sunday
WE DELIVER
Phone 2-7171

WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE. New! Best
offer in 3 days! Must sell! Call 2-
8250. Come 1113 Packard. )12
CHEVROLET, 1936, 4-door. New tires.
Just completed 2700 mile trip with-
out any repairs needed. $300. Bill
Tamminga. 1010 East Ann St. 2-4200.
BEAUTIFUL BLACK ALL SILK crepe
floor-length dinner or evening dress.
High sophisticated style. Size 16.
Telephone 2-2334. )7
WHITE BROADCLOTH SHIRTS: four
for $9.00. Pajamas: three for $10.00.
Best buy in town. Phone Arnold,
8768. )33
SUPER OLDS TRUMPET in good con-
dition. All leather case. Mel, phone
8177. )58
BEST-LOOKING super deluxe 1946 Ford
tudor sedan. Complete accessories,
mechanically perfect, $1895. Phone 2-
8301 evenings. )106
BUICK SUPER SEDAN. Excellent con-
dition. Recently overhauled. Phone
2-7265, evenings. )57
ALL COLORS canaries and parakeets,
finches. Bird supplies and cages. 562
South Seventh. Call 5330. )40
ROADMASTER BICYCLE: Practically
new. Call 6856 mornings or come to
1009 Packard. )103
WEBSTER WIRE RECORDER, phone
Carl Brownell, 4141 betwee'n 6 and 7
p.m. ) 81
SIZE 6' lady's riding boots and rub-
ber boots. Also classical records. Ph.
2-7497. )24
MAN'S OVERCOAT, size 42 long, med-
ium blue. Worn 2 months, like new.
A bargain at $25. See Fred San-
quist, 933 Forest, phone 2-0168. )72
1946 PLYMOUTH TUDOR. Excellent
condition. Phone 25-8086 between 5
and 7. )97
NEW LIGHT COLORED MOUTON fur
coat. Never worn. Best possible grade
from highly reputable furrier. Call
Richards, 7595 evenings. )99
1941 CHEV. CLUB COUPE: Less than
40,000 miles, radio, heater. Paint and
engine in excellent condition. W. H.
Wood, Law Club. )100
WANTED TO SELL: Pair of Ohio State
football tickets, 40-yard line. Box
28. )92
FOR SALE: Set of tails. Formal top
coat. Size 38. 823 Brown, or call 5293.
) 95
TABLECLOTHS, aprons, bridge table
covers, colorful patterns in dirt-proof
plastic. Ideal for gifts. 2-4270, eve-
nings. 138
MEN'S SCHWINN CONTINENTAL bike.
Call Bob Zinn, 2-2565 meal times or
evenings. ) 26
TWO FORMALS, size 14. Practically
new. Reasonable. Call 4058 after 6.
)87
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FOR SALE

WANTED TO RENT
LIKE MUSIC? If you have a spare
room in vicinity of Stockwell, we'll
serenade you daily. Must have room
in which to practice. Call Joyce at
2-4471, 4529. )90
WANTED: Apartment or light house-
keeping rooms or sleeping room for
January - furnished or unfurnished.
Married veteran, wife, both second
year students at U. of M. 18514 Whit-
comb Ave., Det. 19, Mich. Call VE-
64736 collect. )108
FOR RENT
ROOMS for colored students, 144 East
Hoover. Phone 2-4070. )75
TO RENT-?/-Double room for male
student. Call at 1120 S. Forest or
Phone 2-0157. )105
ROOM FOR RENT. Male student. 5
blocks from campus. 813 E. Kingsley.
)88
ATTRACTIVE ROOM for male or female
student. 110 Fairview, near Dexter
Road. Take fairgrounds bus. . )8
BUSINESS SERVICES
MEN'S USED CLOTHINGbought and
sold at Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington. )50
SEWING: Alterations and repairs. Miss
Livingston, 315 South Division. )53
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE: Typewrit-
er and fountain pen repair. Thrash-
er and Company (formerly BalI and
Thrasher) of Ann Arbor and Ypsi-
lanti. Phone Ann Arbor 2-6503 and
Ypsilanti 849. )10
TYPING: Theses, term papers, addres-
ses, etc. Duplicating: notices, form
letters, programs. A2 Typing Serv-
ice, 208 Nickels Arcade, 9811. )30
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
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
WANTED
WIFE OF STUDENT living at Willow
Village would like full or part time
work related to dietetics. Graduate
dietician. Box 29, Michigan Daily. )38
S.O.S. Must rent or buy good micro-
scope. Will trade Mercury II camera,
3.5 lens, or will buy for cash. Call
Fred Nichols, 319 Winchell,:W. Quad.
Phone 2-4401. )84
WANTED-Ride to Wisconsin game for
one or two. Call Joe Marble, 2-6824.
URGENTLY NEEDED: 4 tickets to, In-
diana game. Together or split up.
John Barnes, phone 2-1522. )14
WANTED: Two or more tickets to
Wisconsin game at Madison. Phone
2-5281 after 7 p.m. )101
3 INDIANA football tickets available in
exchange for 3 to Ohio State game.
Phone 2-1228. )4

HELP WANTED
STEADY EMPLOYMENT: The tele-
phone company extends you a cordial
invitation to investigate the oppor-
tunities offered in telephone operat-
ing for women. We will train you at
a regular starting wage followed by
frequent increases. Apply 321 E.
Washington St. )77
STOCK AND COUNTER MAN: Steady
work must be dependable and reliable.
A job with a future, automotive parts
and accessories. A-L Battery Electric
Service, 529 So. Main St. Ph. 2-2517)45
AGENTS WANTED - Lucrative oppor-
tunity. Liberal commission selling
collegiate items. Average $5.00 per
hour. 2-7265. Evenings. )50
SALESLADY - Experienced or willing
to learn ready to wear. Full time.
Apply the Budget Shop, 611 East
Liberty St., Mrs. Randall. )83
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: On Illinois student train one
Cortland wrist watch. Finder please
return to Richard Allen, 806 Hill St.
Phone 8612. Reward. )36
WILL THE PERSON who picked up my
K&E slide rule last week call 2-
4382. Very liberal reward. Lawrence
Larson. )79,
MY WALLET MISSING. Wallet con-
taining pertinent ID and football
tickets, Section 24, row 60, seat 27.
Call George Whitehorne, 2-2565. Re-
ward. ) 46
LOST: Elgin wrist watch without band,
gold front,. silver back in East En-
gineering room 3072. Finder call Dan-
ny at 9602. )74
LOST: Glasses, brown leather case.
Vicinity S. Division and William. Re-
ward. Please call Lillian 20-482 or
4121 Ext. 381. )
FOUND: One star-shaped. earring set
with rhinestones in Union. Owner
may have for price of ad. Call Gary
4295. (73
LOST: Wallet. Brown pigskin, I.D.
card, discharge papers. Walt Poz-
nanski, 2-3169. Reward. )25
LOST: Demuth gold dot pipe and
pouch. Personal value. Reward. Nor-
man Kroll, 209 Vaughan House, 2-
5553. )89
REWARD: Information leading to re-
covery maroon-white Whizzer bike-
heavy frame, hand-grip controls, lost
at Union Tuesday. Important notes
in saddlebags, license no. Mich. 2-
4130. Call 2-0098. )2
LOST: WeekendBand Grey gabardine
topcoat at P-Bell Saturday night.
Please call Bob Williams, 2-4481. )94
LOST: Black corde purse left in taxi.
Contains green Schaeffer pen, lip-
stick, comb and a note. Reward -
Call 352 Jordan, telephone 2-4561.)104
LOST: K & E slide rule in Chemistry
Building. 12:30 Thursday. Return to
Chemistry Bldg., Rm. 212. Reward.
)98
LOST-Silver Ronson lighter with The-
ta Xi crest, north end of stadium
Saturday. Sentimental value. Reward.
Phone 9194. )18

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The
BARGE-KEEPER'S
DAUGHTER
is coming to
MICHIGAN

FULLEST MEASURE
OF DINING PLEASURE
BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON
and DINNER
AFTER-THEATRE SNACKS
Ui OPEN 7:30 A.M.- 1:30 P.M.
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: .
THE AUTHORITY
OF ITS HEALING MISSION
by Harry B. MacRae, C.S.B.,
* * *
of Dallas, Texas
Member of ,the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church,
The first Church of Christ, Scientist,
in Boston, Massachusetts
. .. in ...
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
MICHIGAN LEAGUE BUILDING
Sunday,.November 9, at 3:30 P.M.
Under the auspices of
First Church of Christ; Scientist, Ann Arbor, Michigan
You and your riends arC cordially invited.

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Give Now-To Your Community Fund

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American Veterans Committee Presents
RED FEATHER BENEFIT SHOWING

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OPENING FRIDAY, NOV. 7
j6dohnk Temple
The Music Men of Mars
DANCING - SOFT DRINKS - FINE FOOD

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THE LITTLE THEATRE OF WILLOW VILLAGE
presents
"MURDERED ALIVE"'
A spine-tingling comedy-thriller

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