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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Gothic Muslie
To Be Played
By Vielle Trio
A program of Gothic and Ren-
aissance music by the Vielle Trio
will follow a lecture on "Coopera-
tion Between Music Scholars and
Performers in the Preparation of
Programs of Unusual Music" by
Prof. Raymond Kendall of the
musicology department at 8:30
p.m. tomorrow in Rackham Lec-
ture Hall.
The Vielle Trio, organized fif-
teen years ago as the Fiedel Trio,
is the only ensemble in the United
States specializing in the inter-
pretation of the music of the
Middle Ages and Renaissance and
playing some of the instruments of
that period.
Vielles, used until the middle
of the sixteenth century, were the
fore-runners of the modern vio-
lin.
The instruments used by the
trio are modern reproductions
made in Switzerland after old in-
struments, drawings and descrip-
tions.
The program is open to the
public.
Continuous from 1 P.M.
-Last Times Today-
PAULE CROSET,
EsxILE -
-Starts Thursday-

I9AILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for tihe Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Roon
1021 Angell Hall, by 3:00 p m. on
the day preceding publication (11:00
a.m. Saturdays).
Notices
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 194
VOL. LVIII, No. 132

16, whose addresses have changed
since last fall's registration, should
notify the Regional Office of the
Veterans Administration, Detroit,
Michigan, of the change if they
have not already done so. Forms
for this purpose should be obtain-
ed in Room 100A, Rackham Bldg.
Housing for Men-Summer Ses-
sion. Information and applica-
tions are now available in the Of-
fice of Student Affairs, Room 2,
University Hall.
Women Students: supplemen-
tary housing applications are now
being accepted in the Office of the
Dean of Women for the summer
session and fall semester. Con-
8 tracts should be signed as soon as
possible.

dent of Schools of Toledo, Ohio,
will be at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments on Thurs., April 15, 4 p.m.,
205 Mason Hall, for a discussion
meeting with teacher candidates
interested in an assignment to the
Toledo City School System.
Bureau of Appointments and Oc-
cupational Information, 201
Mason Hall.
J. C. Penney & Company will
have a 'representative at the Bu-
reau of Appointments on Thurs.,
April 15, to interview men inter-
ested in a training course for
store manegement.
The Proctor & Gamble Com-
pany will have a representative
here on Thurs., April 15, to inter-
view men interested in sales.
The Firestone Tire and Rubber
Company will have a representa-
tive here on Thursday and Fri-
day. April 15 and 16, to interview

men interested in their sales
training course.
The Prudential Insurance Com-
pany of America, Newark, New
Jersey, will have a representative
here on Fri., April 16, to interview
men for sales.
J. L. Hudson Company will
have a representative here on Fri.,
April 16, to interview both men
and women for their Executive
Training Squad.
The Blaw Knox Corporation,
Pittsburgh, Pa., will have a
representative here on Fri., April
16, to interview chemical, mech-
anical,and electrical engineers--
also civil engineers who are inter-
ested in structural or architectur-
al design. All levels of degrees.
Fairchild Engine and Airplane
Corporation, Oakridge, Tenn., will
have two representatives here on
Thursday and Friday, April 15
and 16, to interview physicists,
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Users of the D.O.B.-Because of A
the inordinate length of the Daily . Approved student sponsored so-
theinodinte engh o th Dalycial events for the coming week-
Official Bulletin the Editor is ob- endg
liged to warn users of the Bul- end:
letin that no notice will be printed April 16K
more than twice and furthermore, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Alpha Tau
that the Editor expects to use his Omega, Chi Omega, Collegiate
own judgment in reducing un- Sorosis, Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa
reasonably long notices to reason- Alpha Theta, Phi Gamma Delta,
rbllesona lgSigma Nu, Sigma Phi Epsilon,

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HANSEL AND GRETEL?-That is what the Berlin 'Imperial Institute calls the mystery-shrouded
figures above. The two apple-cheeked clay figures peer from 19 by 9inch wooden frames hung
on the wall of Tuckaway House on Liberty Street.
* * * * * * * *
WORTHLESS, OR PRICELESS?
Figurine Couple Shrouded in Mystery

If the strange girl and boy fig-
urines gazing at the world from
their portalled windows could
speak, would they unveil the mys-
tery shrouding their past and orig-
in?
If they would, then Mrs. Mar-
garet Nicherson Martin, who
keeps the pair at Tuckaway
House, and professors and mu-
seum curators all over the world
would have the answer to a fifteen
year old riddle.
Mrs. Martin purchased them
from an old friend who said, "I
don't want them, even if they
Do You Like
Good Food,
Plenty of It,
and at
Reasonable Prices?
328 EAST LIBERTY
Is The Place To Go!

are worth a million; they give me ing to find a clue to their creator'sj

the willies!"
He had bought them with a
house-full of furniture, which had
been abandoned in a Detroit'
warehouse by a women known
only as Mrs. Miller. She had never
returned and later investigators
discovered that her name had
been carefully removed from hun-
dreds of books included with the
furniture.
Priceless Junk?
Called everything from "price-:
less" to "junk," the origin of the
art objects has been placed all the
way from England to the Black
Forest of Bavaria.
Prof. Bruno Meinecke of the
latin department reported in 1935
that the script on the book the
boy ponders is "Italian, but it is
impossible to piece together
enough words to make any sense."
He had spent the summer exami-
ning enlarged photographs of the
writing under a microscope hop-

identity.
"It's German writing," the
Smithsonian Institute contradict-
ed. Although finding the words il-
legible, they said the pipe bowl
laying on the book, the cup, spec-
tacles and girl's head cover "pre-
clude a fate prior to the eigh-
teenth century. The costumes
and design are characteristic of
years before 1800.
Smithsonian Verdict
"The finest example of folk art
we have ever seen," the perplexed
Smithsonian curator said after ex-
amining them for a week.
Cold water was splashed on the
mystery surrounding Mrs. Mar-
tin's "babies" by the Detroit Mu-
seum of Arts, which refused to al-
low the "crude things" in the In-
stitute.
The final solution may be tossed
into the laps of local experts. Mrs.
Martin has willed them to the
University.

Frank E. Robbins
Assistant to the President
Group Hospitalization and Sur-
gical Service: During the period
from April 5 through April 15. the
University Business Office, (Room
9, University Hall) will accept new
applications as well as requests
for changes in contracts now in
effect. These new applications and
changes become effective June 5,
with the first payroll deduction on
May 31. After April 15, no new ap-
plications or changes can be ac-
cepted until October, 1948.
All manuscripts entered in the
Hopwood Contests must be in the
English Office, 3221 Angell Hall,
not later than 4:30 p.m. today.
All veterans enrolled under ei-
ther Public Law 346 or Public Lav
Kahn To Talk on
Medical Research
Dr. Reuben L. Kahn, discoverer
of the well-known Kahn test for
syphilis and chief of the serology
laboratory of the University Hos-
pital, will talk at 7:30 p.m. today
on "Medical Research as a Ca-
reer" before the recently re-or-
ganized Pre-Medical Society in
Rms. 318-20 of the Union.
The meeting is open to all pre-
medical and medical students on
campus.

Zeta Tau Alpha.
April 17
Alpha Delta Phi, Beta Theta Pi,
Delta Gamma, Delta Tau Delta,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Kappa
Sigma, Lambda Chi Alpha, Nu
Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Epsilon Phi
Epsilon Kappa, Phi Delta Theta,
Phi Delta Phi, Phi Kappa, Psi, Phi
Kappa Tau, Phi Sigma Kappa,
Phi Rho Sigma, Pi Beta Phi, Pi
Lambda Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon, Sigma Nu, Sigma Phi, Theta
Chi, Theta Delta Chi, Theta Xi,
Winchell House, Zeta Psi.
April 18
Intercollegiate Zionist Federa-
tion oif America (afternoon),
Congregational Disciples Guild,
Intercooperative Council.
Undergraduate Scholarships in
Chemistry. Applications of stu-
dents concentrating in chemistry,
for the Paul F. Bagley and M.
Gomberg ,Scholarships and for
the Nola. Sauer Minnis Prize, will
be received by Mrs. Grant in
Room 212, Chemistry Building,
before May 1.
Summer Jobs: A representative
from Camp Kitanniwa, Morris
Lake, near Hastings, Michigan,
will be at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments on Wed., April 14, 3 p.m. to
interview girls interested in the
following types of camp positions:
unit leaders, handicraft, camp-
craft, sports and games, water-
front. For further information call
at 201 Mason Hall.
Mr. E. L. Bowsher, Superinten-
GAMES
at
MICH IGRAS
A GlF T
Metal
tlStem Just sed
. 10 inside wrappers
HOLIDAY
PIPE MIXTURE
Mailto
Larus & Br. Co., Dept. 200
Richmond,Va.,
~ '~~ ,'with your name and
address
An
.~Adventure
in Good

SECRETARIAL and
BUSINESS TRAINING
Shorthand - Stenotype - Typing - Accounting
Single Subjects or Complete Courses
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FOR SALE
TWO TUXES, vests, size 36, very good
condition, $35, size 44, good condi-
tion, $25. Bill Wynn, 2-6674. )27
FOR SALE: 1935 Pymouth Coupe. Call
2-6918 After 5 p.m. 1463 University
Terrace, Apt. 1220. )29
TWO MEN'S BROWN sport coats. Size
44 long. Phone 2-2995. )31
TUX-Size 37, $27.50. Good condition.
Call Ken Bush. 4183, 733 S. State. )33
EUREKA SWEEPER, with attachments.
Also King cornet. 1019 Church Street>
)34
GOLF EQUIPMENT: Spaulding, Mac-
Gregor, Wilson. Ph. 4044 or 2-2058, J.
Malloy, Pro. )35
CHEAP! 120 pieces of silverware.
Spoons and forks only. Call North-
side 777. )36
TRENCHCOAT-Tweed coat switch. P-;
Bell before vacation. Call 2-4591, 2131
Hinsdale. )25
PARRAKEETS MAKE delightful in- ~
expensive pets. $4 and $6 each. Bird
supplies, Mrs. Ruffins, 562 S. 7th.
TAILS-Size 36. Shirts, studs, beauti-
ful condition. Allen Freiwald. Ph.
20249. )9
A LEAVING INDIAN STUDENT wishes
to sell his car, Frazer 1947, used six
months. Mileage 11,000. Equipped
with radio, heater, air conditioning
unit.. Contact Soparkar, 534 Hill.
Phone 4971. )11
NEW GOLF CLUBS-Sets of 5 irons, 3
woods. Reasonable. Call 27053 or see
them at 1320 North University (near
Forest).
SUIT, men's, Navy blue, all-wool, size
39, almost new, reasonably-priced,
443 S. Div. Apt. 3. )14
BICYCLE, Girl's, large size (Arnold
Schwinn), balloon tired, good con-
dition, $30.00, 443 S. Division, Apt. 3.
) 15
TUXEDO: Size 36 or 37, in excellent
condition. Ask for Harvey Krasner
1003 E. University. Phone 5372. )17
!lOI) TRANSPORTATION: '37 Ford,1
85' Tudor. 24,000 miles on motor.
New wiring, plugs, battery, shock
absorbers, etc. New gas heater. Ex-
cellent mechanically. Box 82 Daily.
) 18
'T'UXEDO: Excellent condition. Onlyj
$15. Size 37 regular, Phone 5938.
TUXEDO like new, originally $65, sac-
rifice $35. Worn twice. Accessories,
size 39, call Paul 2-6824. )22

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LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Green wallet, April 12, near
Goodyear's. Credentials and identifi-
cation urgently needed. Call M. Diz-
on, 9322. )26
LOST: ZBT fraternity pin with green
sweater; call 4315; Reward. )30
WANTED TO RENT
SUBLET your apartment for the
summer? Call Bill, 5989 evenings. )39
COUPLE wants apartment with cook-
ing facilities for summer only. Want
that summer vacation? We'll hold
down your apartment 'til fall. Write
A.F. Hilliard, 432 W. Dutton St..
Kalamazoo. )7
PROFESSOR and family want to rent
house or apartment from June 15
to September 1. Address R. N. Mil-
ler, 930 Bellevue Kalamazoo 46. )8
APT. FOR SUMMER-Vet and wife
desire to rent or sublet furnished
apt. J.R. Browning, 2-2969. )24
FOR RENT
SWAP APARTMENT: In Cambridge,
Mass. For one in or near Ann Ar-
bor. One room apartment with ad-
joining private bathroom and cook-
ing facilities. Suitable for single or
double. Three blocks from Harvard
University. Write Murray Horwitz,
34 Wendell Street, Cambridge, Mass.
)2
GOING TO BOSTON or Cambridge
next year? 3 Room Apt. Furnished,
in Boston, 4 blocks to Cambridge
(MIT), 15 minutes to Harvard, close
to N.E. Conservatory, Boston Univ.,
etc., to trade for equivalent apt. in
Ann Arbor. Can arrange exchange
any time between June and Sept.
Write Kurt Back, 12 Haviland St.,
Boston, Mass.
DOUBLE ROOM for men students,
Call 6059. )13
HELP WANTED
KEY PUNCH OPERATORS: Students
experienced in operating I.B.M.
Numeric Key Punches, who desire
part-time work week-ends and
evenings, are invited to apply. Per-
sonnel Office, 208 University Hall.
METEOROLOGIST: The Univ. of Mich.
has an opening on one of its re-
search projects for a meteorologist
for the period of June 15, to Sept.
15, 1948. Men who have had meteoro-
logical training, experience in the
armed services, and preferably with
some engineering training, are in-
vited to apply. Personnel Office, 208
University Hall.

PERSONAL
Pickalina was skinny!
Her bathing suit was scanty.
Bad Photograph!
Underdeveloped - Overexposed
Not taken at the DAILY DARK ROOM
)20
LESSON IN TOLERANCE
If your date at Assembly Ball refuses
to dance-be tolerant. She just can't
stop looking at her corsage from-
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE
Bill Barish-2-7032 )45
ANYONE KNOWING whereabouts of
Dr. Mary Marcus, write Box 83.
BUSINESS SERVICES
SADDLE HORSES for hire. Student
rates, week days, $1.50 per hour. Also
horses boarded. Stable % mile south
of Ypsi airport, corner of U.S. 23 and
U.S. 112. Phone A. W. Cowan, 22266
or 871W2 Ypsi. )32
ALTERATIONS-RESTYLING-- Cust-
om clothes. Hildegarde Shop, 109 E.
Washington, Telephone 2-4669. )87
TYPING: Theses, term papers, ad-
dresses. Duplicating: notices, form
letters, programs. A2 Typing Serv-
ice, 208 Nickels Arcade, Ph. 9811. )28
WANTED
WANTED - Binoculars 6x30 B&L or
Zeiss preferred. Tommy 2-0168. )37
INFORMATION leading to copy of
flash picture taken of soprano solo-
ist Ruth Campbell in "King David"
at Hill Auditorium, April 1. Please
write box 84, Michigan Daily. )38
WANTED: A 1946, 1947, or 1948 Ford
or Chevrolet by private party. Will
pay over list price for 1948 model.
Box No. 81. )16

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