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ETTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

S'UN AY, MAY 211 v

VOCALIST'S VERSATILITY:
Young Concert Tenor Enjoys King Cole

The
City Beat

By LUJAS WAGNER
The Parrot is hardly the place
to drink in serious music, but
The Daily discovered Friday af-
ternoon that even concert singers
enjoy imbibing King Cole and
Nellie Lutcher, too.
David Lloyd, personable young
American tenor who will sing
Rachmaninoff's "The Bells," this
afternoon with the Choral Union,
said between sips of a chocolate
milk shake that the Parrot is "the
first place I've been since I got

here that has King Cole's record-
ing of 'Nature Boy.'"
Enjoying Life
Lloyd, who is himself excellent
proof that all singers aren't el-
derly, austere and highbrow, en-
joys life generally and relaxes. Al-
though it might appear that he'd
make a pretty good college man,
Lloyd is glad to be through school.
He spent several years going to'
college before entering service,
went to school all during his Navy
sojourn, and came back to more,
of the same at Curtis School of

THE UNIVERSITY OF MIClIIGAN
MEN'S GLEE CLUB
presen/ sits
ANNUAL SPRING CONCERT

Music. "I'm ready to get out of The usual crop of bite cases'
school!" he shuddered. plagued Ann Arbor residents Fri-
Not so with blond and hand- day.
some James Pease, baritone solo- An ungrateful squirrel bit the
ist with the chorus this afternoon. hand that fed it and sent Mrs.
He resembles a football player Katherine Michael, 709 E. Ann
more than an opera star, and as a St. to the hospital for anti-rabies
matter of fact, started out to be treatment.
a lawyer. "I'm a perpetual under- Postman Ernest Kranich, 424
graduate," he commented, "Col- 8th St., was bitten in the left leg
lege is the greatest life of all- by a dog while delivering mail to
I love it!" 503 Kinsley.
Getting the Breaks Another dog-bite victim was
Lloyd got his break by winning William Reynolds, Jr., 6725 Cher-1
the Voice of Tomorrow Contest. ry Hill Rd., Ypsilanti, who was!
For Pease, it was good luck all bitten by a nine-month-old pup-
along. He went from law school py when he fell off a tricycle
to a. local scholarship and sang onto the dog.
often at the Boston Symphony
Berkshire festivals. Two Detroit boys, 13 and 14,1
Recalling one harrowing experi- told Ann Arbor police that "they
ence in his career, Pease grinned., couldn't find their way home
"I was singing the part of a well- from school Thursday." So they
padded Falstaff. In the middle of hitched a ride with a truck.
an aria, my suspenders broke. Local officers picked them up'
Backing up and still singing, I on Washtenaw Ave. at 12:30 a.m.'
gestured with one hand and held The boys' fathers came out in
myself together with the other the morning and showed them thej
while somebody backstage stood short way home from school.
behind and pinned 'me up."
Both are typical of the new crop Mr. and Mrs. Ross E. Ackley,
of young singers who are all typ- 308 Packard St., were treated
ically American guys in every re- for head injuries in St. Joseph's
spect save one: they happened to hospital yesterday after their
be endowed with fine voices which oided wthra vhcerir-
were well-trained. car collided with a vehicle driv-
en by James P. Craig, 25, of
Dearborn, at 1 a.m., Saturday,
The Caspian Sea, which lies be- onUS-12.
tween Europe and Asia, is the Ackley, 22, told sheriff's offi-
world's largest inland sea, accord- cers that he dozed and side-
ing to the World Book Encyclo- swiped the other car.
pedia. Bordered on 3 sides by
Soviet territory, and on its south- $104,225 worth of newly install-
ern shore by Persia, the Caspian ed equipment will make possible
sea covers nearly 170,000 square service to 635 more telephone us-
miles, an area larger than that of ers in Ann Arbor by June 1, Bell
Illinois, officials announced yesterday.

UNITED NATIONS APPEAL:
Millions of Starving Children
Look to U.S. for Food Rehief
By ALICE BRINKMAN united appeal to you as a world
Forty million tattered, starving' mcitizen.
childien in Europe, twenty-nine "If you could have seen, as I
million in China, millions more in did, young children digging for
food in the garbage pails to piece
the rest of the world are looking out their subsistence, you would
longingly to us for ? aid. not hesitate to give generously to
Campaign for Funds this drive." George A. Burke, lo-
The American Overseas Aid_ cal attorney and former Nuren-
United Nation Appeal for Child- berg war crimes trial judge, stated.
"On the selfish side, we know
that unless we give this tragic
generation abroad some sense of
security in the world, there never
will be any security for ourselves
or our children. True peace and
security cannot be built by a
generation bred on starvation and
disease," Judge Burke emphasized.
Begins Wednesday
"On Wednesday, an extensive
campaign for funds to aid the
UNAC will begin," Prof. Ivan Wal-
ton, solicitations chairman for
the campus drive said.
"The goal is 'as much as we can
tcibly ctt' hr larn~

Ben Conson's

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COMING...

'N"UESTRA NATACHA
A Play of Keen, Psychological Understanding
and Tender Human Sympathy!

... By ALEJANDRO CASONA
Spain's Ousl/anding Con/cmporary Dra

38 Voices

5 Soloists

3 Quartets

PHILIP A. Dr.Y, Conduc/ing
8:15 P.M., Saturday, May 8
HILL AUDITORIUM
Admission Complimentary

possioiy get ecause the need is
very great," he stated.
Union Positions Open
Qualifying statements for posi-
tions as Union vice-presidents
must be turned into the Union
Student Offices from 3-5 p.m.
Monday.
Any student eligible for extra-
curricular activities may petition
for nomination,

TUES., MAY 4-WED., MAY 5

Curtain at 8:30 P.M.
LYDIA MENDELSSOIH N 'I- I E ATR E

Box Office Open 2:00 p.m. Monday, May 3

Telephone 6300

STARVING CHILDREN
. . . await U.S. Aid

ALL SEATS RESERVED......... 75c and 60c (tax included)

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ren is campaigning now for funds
to save these children. Twenty-
six American and international
agencies comprising relief, health,
religious, labor, farm, and other
youth groups are making a truly

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featuring vocals by JACKIE WARD
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HELP WANTED
THE UNIVERSITY BROADCASTING
SERVICE will add two control engi-
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Applicants must be qualified to han-
dle the remote pickup, cut transcrip-
tions, and should have some knowl-
edge of music. Also, should be able
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Personnel Office, 208 University Hall.
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WANTED TO RENT
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by June. Two years occupancy. Call
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LOST AND FOUND
'LOST-Grey Parker "51," name en-
graved. Call James Lynch. 2-2004. )43
LOST-Harvel Watch, brown leather
strap, near south part of campus.
Reward. Ph. 2-4129. )48
FOUND-Law Quad, Thursday, Pair of
plastic rim glasses. L. Kenyon, 608 E.
Madison, Ph. 8600. )68
TWO FOUNTAIN PENS believed lost
near Univ. Terrace. Green Parker
Vacumatic, gold tipped Eversharp.
Finder please call Mrs. Darnell, 2-6511.
)69
IS IT POSSIBLE that the man who
took $32 from wallet in Angell Hall
Friday could have a change of heart?
Veteran, expectant father, sorely
needs the money. Please return to
Box 93, Mich. Daily. )66

TRANSPORTATION
TO CALIFORNIA-May 28- Two pas-
sengers, to share expenses, help drive.
Ph. 5539.
WANTED
GOOD Used Camera Wanted. Can pay
$20-$35. Phone Phil Bedein, 7234. )50
USED TYPEWRITER-If you have one,
write Box 92, Daily. )46
BUSINESS SERVICES
WANTED sewing, dressmaking, altera-
tions, or repairs. Miss Livingston. 315
S. Division. )57
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Phone 25-7708. )43
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
TYPEWRITERS
Sold - Rented - Repaired
Free pickup and delivery.
Office Equipment Service
111 S. Fourth - Ph. 2-1213 )66
SADDLE HORSES for hire. Student
rates, week days, $1.50 per hour. Al-
so horses boarded. Stable 1% mile
south of Ypsi airport, corner of U.S.
23 and U.S. 112. Phone A. W,- Cg-
wan, 2-2266 or 871W11 Ypsi )21
PERSONAL
PHONE 4422
Corsage Service )14
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
White Dresses in pique, madras
or sharkskin, $10.95 to $21.95 )1
'CORSAGES.
Corsage Service
PHONE 4422 )10
MOTHER'S Day Cards. Excellent selec-
tion of appropriate gifts. A- Spring,
Jeweler, 221 S. 4th Ave., Ph. 4834.
)65
ANYONE wishing to trade two IFC
Ball Tickets for new Buick Convert-
ible call 2-4431. Hurry! I'm desperate.
Mabel Sorority says I must take her
to the Ball. )59
ATTENTION FRATERNITY MEN
Having a formal?_
Need flowers at lowest prices?
We have the answer to your problem?
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE
Caai Bill Barish. 2-7032 )99
THE CORRECT NUMBER
PHONE 4422
Corsage Service )13
FRESH LOOKING ACCESSORIES
for Mothers young and old. Gloves,
handbags, hosiery, slips, scarfs, and
jewelry galore. Budget priced $1 to $15
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )2
SANFORIZED Peasant Blouses by
SHIP and SHORE. White with eye-
let trim. Sizes 32 to 38, $2.95. THE
BUDGET SHOP, 611 East Liberty
Street. )36
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
Yellow or white daisies for your hair,
59c to $1.00 a bunch.
18-inch Daisy Chain
with 22 two-inch blossoms )3

FOR RENT
ROOMS for Graduate or business wo-
men for summer term. Call 4410 or
2-6468. )47
ONE BLOCK from campus. One single
and several double rooms for boys.
Summer and fall. 412 Camden Ct.,
Ph. 2-4756.)(0
VACANCY for 10 men students, sum-
mer and fall semesters. For Infor-
mation call 2-0646. Ask for Mrs.
Field before 5 p.m. )84_
FOR SALE
UNDERWOOD Portable. $25. Write
Sims, 1329 South Univ. )63
WHITE DINNER JACKET. Size 39. Ph.
2-4936, Gene Parrot. )49
GOLF EQUIPT.: Spaulding, MacGregor,
Wilson. Ph. 4044 or 2-2058,J, Malloy.
1941 FORD sedan coupe, new tires, low
mileage. Call 8123 evenings, 6-8. )87
CORSAGE SERVICE
PHONE 4422 )11
SEAT COVERS, practically new, 1940
Pontiac Tudor. Call 2-1407 after 5.
)70
MOVIE CAMERA-16mm., 3-speed Mag-
azine loading. Sae Edmonds, VEH No.
26, (near Coliseum.)) )67
TYPEWRITER-Standard Underwood.
Good condition. $55.00. Contact Ca-
pocchi. 615 Monroe, Tel, 9191. )54
REMEMBER THE NUMBER
PHONE 4422
Corsage Service )12
GOOD ai new Wilcox-Gay Recordio Jr.
Radio -Phonograph - Recorder, semi-
portable. Don Hartman, Ph. 4187. )44
GOLF CLUBS, complete set, (8) Hagen
irons, (4) Sarazen woods, used, in
good condition. Phone 5559. )60
MAN'S fully equipped 3-speed English
bicycle. $75. Tarbell 820 E. Wash-
ington,5989 )56
TAPE RECORDER--Brush soundmirror,
good condition, with Rose Bowl Re-
cordings. Ph. 2-4401, 202 Michigan
House. )62
ONE SET of Bobby Jones registered
men's irons, set of Lawson Little
woods. Hagen putter and one golf
pack bag. Call 5622 after 6 p.m. )61
IT'S top down time again. '41 Ford
convertible. 6,000 miles on engine.
Radio, heater, good tires and top.
$1100. rh. 2-6750. )32
E. ANN ARBOR-Modern 4 room house
and bath. Full basement. Landscaped.
Convenient to school, business dis-
trict. Phone 25-8582. )64
HOUSECOATS: Seersucker, sateen, pi-
que, chintz and dotted swiss. Florals
and plain. Smartest Hosiery Shoppe.
Michigan Theatre Building. )7
YOUNG LOVEBIRDS, parakeets, cocke-
tiel, and canaries. Bird supplies and
cages. 562 South 7th. Ph. 5330. )19
S. S. DOLLY, No. 120 camera, coupled
f:2.8 Xenar, $97.50. 2%4x34 outfit;
f: 4.5 Xenar, flash, holders, case, etc.
$72.50. Also Leica IIIc. Phil, 247
Hinsdale, 2-4591. )65
We have a lovely selection of summer
cottons in ji1nior and regular sizes.
$10.95 and up. We have just receiv-
ed a new shipment of cashmeres.
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305 South State Street . )98

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"Just Good Food" at lower prices!
SANDWICHES . MALTEDS . SODAS . SUNDAYS

Also serving Chicken, Chops, and Steaks

Come in and relax at the DEN-
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