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FRIDAY, JANUARY 9,194R

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ANONYMOUS ROMEO:
Student Develops New Plan'
To Beat Shortage of Women

By J;O ANNE MISNER
A new technique for combating
the lop-sided ratio of men to
women here is getting results.
But the man behid the plan is
unaware of its success.
Hackett To Be
In Song Recital
Le Cercle Francais
To Present Program
Prof. Arthur Hackett, of the
University music school, will pre-
sent % recital of 1 ench songs as
part of Le Cercle 'ancais' series
of lectures in French culture, at
4:10 p.m., Tuesday, in the Assem-
bly Room of the Rackham Bldg.
The recital will consist of works
by Debussy, Ravel, Faure, Szulc,
Hahn, Letorey, and Franc, and
will be sung entirely in French.
Prof. Hackett had appeared
professionally many times before
becoming associated with the Uni-
versity. He has given concerts in
both, America and Europe with
most of the major symphony or-
chestras and with the Lamoureux
Orchestra in Paris. He also sang
with the Paris Grand Opera.
Tiekets for the program may be
obtained from the secretary's of-
fice, in the Romance Language
Bdg. Members of the French Club
will be admitted to the program
free upon showing their member-

It seems that one of our male
students became interested in a
popular young Martha Cook-er,
but his anonymous phone call
asking for a date was given the
"busy signal."
However, the campus Romeo
had persistence and ingenuity. He
began a barrage of "love-letters"
- one of the strangest on record.
The coed in question is being
beseiged with fan mail, ranging
all the way from a circular ad-
vertising personalized toilet soap
to a complete salesman's kit, urg-
ing her to start NOW to sell her
friends beautiful, stylish dresses
at $6.98 each.
Yesterday she received a bulky
set of records and detailed dia-
grams for exercises explaining
how to reduce to music. The set
would be hers for a mere seven-
teen dollars in easy payments.
In addition, she received a bot-
tle of gray hair tint. She says she
is beginning to need it.
By now, the bewildered girl
would even be willing to accept a
date with him, if only to relieve
the over-burdened mailman. But
since the bashful Romeo refuses
to reveal his identity, she guesses
the barrage will continue.
ISA To Give Supper
An "Indian Supper," sponsored
by the International Students As-
sociation and featuring native
dishes as prepared by Indian stu-
dents on campus, will be held at
6:30 p.m. Sunday in the Interna-
tional Center.

'Ensian Picks
Ex-Babies To
JudgeContest
Big babies, little babies-pic-
tures of all-sized tots from two
weeks to five years of age are
pouring into the Michiganensian
offices for the yearbook's baby
contest.
To pick the three most photo-'
genic youngsters, 'Ensian officials
claim to have judges well quali-
fied for the work.
"All judges are former babies,"
Bob Knecht, 'Ensian contest su-
pervisor, claims. "Besides Presi-
dent and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruth-
ven and Dr. Margaret Bell, of the
Health Service, the panel includes
"million-dollar baby" Ann Gestie,
'49, and Bill Pritula, '48, father of
two."
"Getcher kid's mug in the 'En-
sian," the contests slogan advises,
by mailing a portrait or snapshot
before Sunday's deadline. Address:
Michiganensian, Student Publica-
tions Bldg.
Winners will be announced by
the judges Jan. 17, at the West
Lodge Community Center.
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DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021,
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day'
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays).
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Daily-Lipsey.
THE OTHER MAN-Jane Bovan and Ben Dziengielewski will star
as two members of the "triangle" in the Willow Village Little
Theatre production of "They Knew What They Wanted," to be
presented today in the auditorium at West Lodge.
ELIZABETHAN DIALECT:
Pickpocket Ling o Discussed
VAt Modern Language Meeting
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U Combats
Rising Costs
In Expansion
Building Plans Reach
75 Per Cent Mark
(Continued from Page 3)
went into service the week be-'
fore the holiday recess. The East
Engineering addition is largely
occupied now with remaining sec-
tions slated for use by March 1.
Between semesters equipment will
be moved into the engineering ad-
dition and elevators are now be-
ing installed in the unit.
Work has proceeded slowly on
the Chemistry addition because of
the difficulties involved in install-
ing technical equipment and
scarce plumbing. First and sec-
ond floor partitions are in with
work going ahead on third floor
partitions, heating equipment and
elevators. Best estimates place
next fall as the Chemistry build-
ing occupancy date.
Full Speed Ahead
Construction work at the Bus-
iness Administration building has
swung into high gear during the
last few weeks in an effort to
meet a partial occupancy date set
for Feb. 1. The South Wing, con-
taining classrooms, is slated for
occupancy by that date to handle
overloadedwbusiness school en-
rollment. Work is now being ad-
vanced on the most essential sec-
tions of the building with no oc-
cupancy date set for the tower,
auditorium, library and other
parts of the unit.
Some portions of the Food
Service unit have already gone
into operation but no date has
been set for completion of the
building. The new unit will great-
ly enlarge overtaxed food storage
facilities at the University. Cur-
rently food served in the Univer-
sity dining halls is stored at the
hospital.
Windows Added
The Imposing General Service
Building, now at the 60 per cent
mark, is slated for use by late
summer or fall. Currently windows
are being installed in the unit.
Farthest behind schedule is the
new women's dormitory which got
a late start. Completion date for
the unit is hazy yith estimates
ranging from eight to 12 months.
University administrators point-
ed out that the supplementary ap-
propriation, to be requested at
the March legislative session, will
be used to pay construction costs
on the four education units and
the food storage building.
Dormitories are built on a self-
liquidating basis from private
loans. Rents from all University
dorms are pooled to pay operat-
ing expenses plus interest and
principal on the loans.

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Veterans attending the Univer-
sity under Public Law 16 must
file reports of absence for the fall
semester the first day of the final
exam period, Jan. 19, Veterans
Service Bureau announced yester-
day.
Absence reporttcards may be
mailed or submitted to the Vet -i
erans Service Bureau, Rm. 1514,
Rackham Bldg.
Unless veterans file reports,
their records will be considered in-
complete and leave will not be
approved until they obtain state-
ments from the University certi-
fying the number of absences
charged to them.
Veterans Administration urges
student veterans to include a
claim or insurance number when
communicating with the VA.
If veterans are uncertain of
these numbers, sufficient identifi-
cation including service serial
number, date of birth, full name
and address, service rank and
organization and date of dis-
charge, should be given.
VA pointed out that failure of
veterans to properly identify
themselves, makes it difficult for
the Veterans Administration to
give prompt attention to letters.
Deadline for the reinstatement
of lapsed GI insurance has been
postponed to July 31, 1948.
To reinstate prior to that date,
veterans are required to ceritfy
that their health is as good as on
the date the policy lapsed, and to
pay two monthly premiums.

VETERANS'
NOTES

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FRIDAY, JANUARY!
VOL. LVIII, No.

9, 1948
79

Notices

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Today and Saturday
25c til 5 P.M.
SON

Spcial Midnight how Saturday
"SHOCK" and "TERROR BY NIGHT"

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Book Exchange checks are
available at the office of the Dean
of Students. See Mrs. Reynolds.
Veterans: The Veterans Admin-
istration will conduct a subsist-
ence survey on Fri., Jan. 9. All
veterans who have not received
subsistence allowance due them
by that date are asked to report
to their training officer in Rm.
100A, Rackham Bldg.
Veterans: All Public Law 16
veterans who expect to graduate
at the close of the current Fall
Semester must contact, personally,
their respective Training Officers
in Rm. 100A, Rackham Bldg., at
the earliest possible date.
New York State Veterans who
are temporarily absent from the
state, but are otherwise eligible for
the New York StateiBonus should
write for application blanks to
Mr. Leo V. Lanning, State Bonus
Bureau, 1875 Broadway, Albany,
New York.
Veterans attending school un-
der Public Law 16 are reminded
that reports of absence for the
Fall Semester are due the first
day of the final examination pe-
riod, Jan. 19. Absence report cards
may be mailed or brought to the
Veterans Service Bureau, Rm.
1514, Rackham Bldg.
When no report is on file, the
veteran's records are incomplete
and leave cannot be approved un-
til a statement from the institu-
tion is obtained by the student
certifying the amount of absence
charged to him.
Women Students: Regular week-
end rules apply for those who go
on the snow trip sponsored by the
Michigan Union the weekend of
Jan. 10.
Approved student sponsored so-
cial events for the coming week-
end: (afternoon functions are in-
dicated by an asterisk):
January 9
Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Tau
Omega, Phi Sigma Kappa, Sigma
Delta Tau, Theta Xi.
January 10
Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha Kappa
Kappa, Alpha Phi Alpha, Delta
Sigma Delta, Hinsdale House,
Lambda Chi Alpha, Michigan
Christian Fellowship, Phi Delta
(Continued on Page 3)
SERVING HOURS:
11 A.M.-1:30 P.M. 5-7 P.M.
"Known for Good Food"
The TAVERN
CAFETERIA
336 Maynard Street.

Ever consider yourself al
"bridge-score," "pop-up," "pap-
py," "slave" or "fink"?
That's how the nation's pick-
pockets refer to prospective vic-
tims-members of the general,
unsuspecting public.
What he terms "the technical
argot of the pickpocket" was dis-
cussed at the annual meeting of
the Modern Language Association
by Dr. David Maurer, University
Bus Ad Sho Closes
The Office Equipment and Bus-
iness Machine Show, in its final
day today, will feature the show-
ing of two movies starting at 3
p.m. in the Rackham Building Ex-
hibit Rooms.
The movies are "What is an
Office Anyway," and "Hello, Bus-
iness."
The show is sponsored by the
business administration school,
and will be open to the public
from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

of Louisville English department
staff member.
The meeting was held in De-
troit over the vacation period.
The tall, dignified academician
told educators that pickpockets
in their own jargon refer to them-
selves as "claws," "wires" and
"stalls."
Actual theft of the wallet is
done by the "wire," Dr. Maurer
pointed 'out. The victim is ma-
neuvered into position by a
"stall."
Dr. Maurer, a student of pick-
pocket terminology for the past
20 years, pointed out that much
of it has come down from Eliza-
bethan times.
More than 2,000 American and
Canadian scholars attended the
three-day meeting.
Eleven University staff mem-
bers and department heads were
present.
Members of the English depart-
ment who spoke were Professors
Charles C. Fries, Hans Kurath,
Karl Litzenberg, J. L. Davis andl
Dr. Morris Greenhut.

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Wood Conn clarinet. Good
condition. Reasonable price. Call
Mosher 549. )27
SET OF TAILS. Size 37. Good condi-
tion. $30. Original price $55. Call 4183.
)29
MUST SELL size 38 tails. Excellent
condition. $25 takes tails, dress shirt,
vest and collars. Phone Ypsi 3143-Ji
collect. ) 34
FOR SALE-Tux coat, size 37. Excel-
lent condition. Reasonable. Phone
2-0723. )23
DETROLA table-model radio-victrola,
record changer, good condition. Reas-
onable. Call Gilbert Mombach 4315 or
4741. )24
3 FORMALS and velvet cape size 12-14.
Record changer. Call 5227, after 4:30.
)25
1940 FORD COUPE-Radio, heater.
Good tires $825 cash. Hugh Miller, 110
Tyler, East Quad. )7
2 MAIN FLOOR tickets to each of next
three - Choral Union concerts. Also
beautiful small antique rug to be
used on piano bench or table. Bar-
gain. Phone 2-5152. )14
TAME YOUNG parakeets in a large
assortment of beautiful colors. $6. 562
So. 7th. Ph. 5330. )108
MIDNIGHT BLUE TUX. Size 44 reg-
ular. Worn twice. Also stiff front
shirt, size 161-34. $40 takes both.
Call. Peter Critis. 403 Williams House
after 7:30. )17
BUSINESS SERVICES
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A.A. 2-0298. W. O.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
BECAUSE OF AN enlargement In our
personnel, we can now offer prompt
service on your alterations. Tailoring,
dressmaking, formal restyling a spe-
cialty. Hildegarde Sewing Shop. 2-
4669. )30,

FOR RENT

ROOM - Available. Male student
ferred. Call in person, after 5
at 514 Fountain St.

pre-
p.m.
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TUTORING
EFFICIENT tutoring. For list of sub-
jects, call 7759. 1-5 p.m. )28
HELP WANTED
GIRL VOCALIST to work with pop-
ular local jobbing band. Some ex-
perience necessary. Phone 6724. )33
NATIONAL CONCERN needs man to
train as crew manager to handle
small sales force in Ann Arbor. Draw-
ing account, commission and over-
write. Prefer college man. Call Mr.
Jadwin 12-2 p.m. Thursday for ap-
pointment. Phone 2-7412.
WANTED
TWO NEAT young gents desire room
for second semester. Contact Daily
Box 46. )16
WANTED-University student desires
baby sitter, 15 years or older and
will escort home. 1414 Enfield Ct.
Willow Village. )13
DESIRE BLUE OX 140 ft. high for
publicity purposes, Contact Foresters'
Club. )12
AN APARTMENT or suite of rooms for
3 or 4 men students. Willing to pay
well and make incidental repairs. Call
Glenn Carpenter, 2317-2, around 6.
GRADUATE STUDENT, wife and child
desperately need furnished apt. in
or near Ann Arbor. Write Box 47. )9

WANTED TO RENT
$64 QUESTION: Who has room single
or double-for mlale engineering stu-
dent starting spring semester. Call
Kathy Wohl, 2-4561. Room 396. )35
PHYSICIAN desires single room, suite
or Apt. Will share apt. Car. Write
Box 49.2
LOST AND FOUND
PIGSKIN COMB case, with comb and
file. Initials W.K.K. Reward. Call
2-57248. )1
K & E SLIDE RULE, Brown case, name
"Molly" on case. Lost Jan. 5, be-
tween Cushing's and E. E. Bldg.
Finder please notify Box 48, Mich-
igan Daily. )
LOST: Woman's black Sheaffer pen.
Vicinity of E. Williams St. Call 2-8410
Ann Lee. )5
LAST DECEMBER 19 on Oakland a
compact, several necklases and ear-
rings. Phone S. R. 2-0808. )4
LOST: Gold ballpoint pen, room 2231
A.H. Initials R.H.T. and date 7-12-47
engraved. Call 25-8075. )36
LOST TUESDAY afternoon blue print-
ed silk bandana near library or Ro-
mance Language. Please call 2-8266,
ask for Barbara. )30
LOST before vacation gold-top Shaef-
fer pen. Brown barrel engraved with
name. Ph. 2-8266. )31
LOST small brown purse on E. Uni-
versity Jan. 5 containing glasses and
identification which are needed des-
perately. Cali 2-0808. )8
LOST-Black knitting bag (multicolor
trim) containing one sock. Please re-
turn to Rackham Building Check
Desk. Ph. 2-6300. )20

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THE DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH
presents
PLAY PRODUCTION
in
Shakespeare's Pastoral Comedy
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Wed. through Sat. - Jan. 14-17
8:00 P.M.
Tickets $1.20 - 90c - 60c (tax incl.)

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