THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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New Sculpture, Paintings
In University Art Museum
By DELORES PALANKER
Several additions to the collec-
tions of the University of Mich-
igan's Museum of Art have been
announced by Prof. Jean Paul
Slusser, the director.
The two most notable are a
All Red Cross
The University Red Cross Drive
is still underway inasmuch as re-
ports from numerous groups are
still outstanding, according to
Prof. Dwight C. Long, chairman
of the University campaign.
"I would like all reports turned
in to the history department of-
fices by the end of the week so
as to conclude the campaign and
put us over the top," Prof. Long
said, and he added that reports
from approximately 10 groups are
Collections to date from the
faculty total $4,942, which is 94
per cent of their quota, while hos-
pital contributions total $1,320, 88
per cent of their goal and stu-
dent contributions amount to
$1,532, 44 per cent of their quota.
bronze sculpture, "Happiness," 19
inches high, done by the con-
temporary French sculptor Jac-
ques Lipchitz in 1947, and a large
oil painting, "Begin the Be-
guine," by the exiled German
Expressionist painter Max Beck-
man in 1946.
A water color by the young Bos-
ton artist, Lawrence Kupferman,
"Protozoan Community," and a
life-sized Freco-Buddhist stucco
head of the Fifth century A.D.
have also been acquired recently.
Lipchitz, one of the topflight
sculptors of our time, made his
reputation in Paris following
World War I with work of an ab-
stract or semi-abstract nature.
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 thePresident, Room
1021 Angell Hall, by 3:00 pm. on
the day preceding publication (11:00
FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1948
VOL. LVIII, No. 134
Men Who Have Appointments
with Firestone Tire & Rubber
Company for Friday:
Mr. Carson has been called back
to Akron and will not be here for
his Friday appointments. He is
returning on Tues., April 20, and
men who had Friday appoint-
ments should call the Bureau of
Appointments, ext. 371, for ap-
pointments on Tuesday.
Applicants for Combined Curri-
cula: Applications for admission to
a combined curriculum must be
made before April 20 of the final
preprofessional year. Application
forms may be obtained at 1220 An-
gell Hall and should be filed with
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steps," from office of Dean Wal-
ter B. Rea, 2:30 p.m., WKAR.
Chemical Engineering Banquet
---Union. 6:30 p.m.
Detroit Entomological Society
-Meeting, contact Floyd Preston
at 2-4008 or David Shappirio at
Spring Parley Committee-4:151
p.m., Km. 316, Union.
State Theatre -- "I Love Trou-I
ble," 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9.
Mic'higan Theatre-"Cass Tim-
berlane," 1 ,3, 5, 7 and 9.
The chemical engineers will
hold a banquet at 6:30 p.m. to-
day in the Union.
W. L. Badger, consulting engi-
neer, will deliver an after-dinner
speech on a tour of Europe he
made this summer. Badger will
illustrate his talk with films he
took while on the Continent.
At one time chairman of the
chemical engineering department
of the University, Badger now
resides in Ann Arbor. He is the
co-author with McCabe of "Ele-
ments of Chemical Engineering,"
a widely used textbook.
Tank To Be Run,
Ordnance ROTC students will
be at the controls of an M24 light
tank as it maneuvers over the
driving range located behind Uni-
versity Hospital between 1:30 and
4:30 p.m. today and tomorrow.
I ill Discuss FIors igl
Servic e Quzalificati oni
Authoritative information on
the Foreign Service will be pre-
sented to students at 4:15 p.m.
today in Rm. B. Haven Hall, by
Joseph C. Satterthwaite, deputy
director of the State Department
Office of Near Eastern and Af-
Satterthwaite. an alumnus of
the University, will speak on the
subject, "What the United States
IForeign Sei'vice Is and Does."
Satterthwaite will discuss the
qualifications of Foreign Service
candidates and the activities of
diplomatic and consular officers.
The talk, sponsored by thc po-
litical science department, is open
to the public.
1111latr-ent Par y
will hold a Talent Party at 9 p.m.
today at the Memorial Christian
Church. Students are asked to
bring musical instruments and
wear old clothes.
The Guild will sponsor a work
holiday all day tomorrow at the
Guild House. At 7:30 p.m., a Fire-
side meeting with a report on the
Washington Conference and the
UN will be held.
Ooi i* '_ o rnam e
Men wishing to enter the Un-
ion pool and ping-pong tourna-
ment must register in the bil-
liard room before noon tomor-
CALLING ALL SPORTSMEN!
You are invited to
ANN ARBOR'S SECOND ANNUAL
to be held at the
TODAY and Saturday!
624 South Main Street
: F Avo .
"Where There's Life"
with BOB HOPE
Playing Through Saturday
M ICHIG35c until 5 p.m.
All They Had in Common Was LOVE and a Set of PRINCIPLES!
' UITS - COATS - DRESSES
for now - for later at
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street
TWO GMLS bathing, flimsy enclosure
Along came a wind, double exposure.
This can't happen at
THE DAILY DARKROOM
Mary: Don't sell any more Ensians
until May 15. Can make more money
then with the price increase. -Buck.
Buck: The way Ensians are selling
we won't have any to sell May 1.
-Mary ) 50
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
HAYRIDES AVAILABLE ANYTIME.
Call 257293, after 9:00 p.m. Roy
P. A. SYSTEM for rent. Idea for dances
or parties. Two mikes, phono player,
amplifier, and two speakers. Reason-
able rates. Call or drop a card to
H. A. Tweed, 248 Hinsdale. East
Quadrangle (24591). )55
LAUNDRY --Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Phone 25-7708. )43
om clothes. Hildegarde Shop, 109 E.
Washington, Telephone 2-4669. )87
WANTED - Binoculars 6x30 B&L or
Zeiss preferred. Tommy 2-0168. )37
WANTED: A 1946, 1947, or 1948 Ford
or Chevrolet by private party. Will
pay over list price for 1948 model.
Box No. 81. )16
COMPLETELY furnished and electri-
cally equipped 4-room house, 1 block
from Whitmore Lake. More desirable
than renting in Ann Arbor, $4,500.
Whitmore Lake 4332 or visit Rm. 4060
FOR SALE-Baby grand piano. Fair
condition, $150. Ph. 8600. )61
WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE with Bendix
generator and other extras. Good
condition. Price reasonable. Call 4315
and ask for Sandy Weiss. )57
TUXEDO, size 36$ reg. fine quality
and almost new. $25. Rod Jacobi, 620
2 P.M. to
SEE the Shakespeare feather-light glass rods.
1948 Spinning Reels as described in national magazines.
1948 types of car trailers.
SEE the new all-metal 12 foot Canoe. The lightest and cheapest of all
So. State. 2-0805.
canoes. Weighs only 55 lbs.
Coming Sunday- "VOICE OF THE TURTLE"
GRANADA is the place to go,
For a coke or after a show
tween 7:30 u.mr.-m idnigh-t
is the time,
Come in! Try it!
It's "TH E" place tc dine!
GR A iN A DA rCAV
313 South State
Open 7:30 A.M. - 12 Midnight
Theses, term papers, ad-
Duplicating: notices, form
programs. A2 Typing Serv-
Nickels Arcade, Ph. 9811. )28
SADDLE HORSES for hire. Student
rates, week days. $1.50 per hour. Also
'oses boarded. Stable a "mile south
of Ypsi airport, corner of U.S. 23 and
U.S. 112. Phone A. W. Cowan, 222661
or 871W2 Ypsi. )32
WANTED TO RENT j
SUJIlET your apartment for the
summer? Call Bill, 5989 evenings. )39
PROFESSOR and family want to rent
house or apartment fromn June 15
to September -1. Address R. N. Mil-
ler, 930 Bellevue Kalamazoo 46. )8
DOtYBLE ROOM. Male grads. Must be
near campus. Call 2-1925, 9-10 a.m.
ROOM for two men available now.
Cooking"privileges. 1307 . State. )41
WANTED TO RENT--Apartment for
sunmmer and post-stummer sessions.
Call Al Shap'iro 2-4607, 3-5 p.m. )46
SWAP Apartments--My 6-room apart-
ment for yours in Ann Arbor. Avail-
able Sept. 1. Write Howard De Haan,
1640 Paris Ave. S.E., Grand Rapids.
WANTED: 5 young men to work in
modern camp kitchen. 8 weeks.
Board and room. $20 a week. Ph.
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.
LOST AND FOUND
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 Hil.
Phone 4971. )53
REMINGTON threesome electric shav-
er. Used 12 times. Phone 2-4401. 313
Adams. West Quad. )52
PORTABLE typewriter, excellent con-
dition, $60. Call 2-4591. 404 Hayden
House. ) 51
TWO MEN'S BROWN sport coats. Size
44 long. Phone 2-2995. )31
TICKET-May Festival Series. First
balcony. $10.80. Call Brown, 2-1869. )40
EUREKA SWEEPER, with attachments.
Also King cornet. 1019 Church Street.
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
GOLF EQUIPMENT: SPaulding, Mac-
Gregor, Wilson. Ph. 4044 or 2-2058, J.
Malloy, Pro. )35
PARRAKEETS MAKE delightful in-
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supplies, Mrs. Rulfins, 562 S. 7th.
TAILS-Size 36. Shirts, studs, beauti-
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Continuous From 1 P.M.
-Today and Saturday-
eye with bow and arrow. See the
garments. Famous lines, Soo Wool,
man, Merrill and others.
Learn How To Tie a Fly
Bill Hiser, fly expert, will show a complete collection and show how to make
a fly for trout, for bass or other fish. Your fishing will give you much greater
satisfaction, if your catch is made with a fly you made yourself.
COMPLETE EXHIBITS of tents, camping, hunting and fishing equip-
SEE the famous Hot Can Food. Delicious drinks and food can be made
SEE the latest in Men's and Women's Rainproof and Windproof Sports
SEE the exhibition of archery. Find out how easy it is to make a bull's
SEE the displays of Higgins and Century Boats.
SEE the latest in outboard motors, the Evinrude 3.3 H .P.
ment, stoves and cooking utensils. Coleman
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YOU MAY BE
The Lucky 253rd person
to cross the Michigan Seal
on the Diagonal after 2:30
and all types of footwear.
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