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TlE IACHIGAN DAILY

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Daiches Calls
Modern Books
'Jouritalistie'
The reader of modern fiction
must learn to distinguish between
what is primarily journalistic
writing and what may' be classi-
fied as a novel in its true artistic
form, Prof. David Daiches, of Cor-
nell University, told a Rackham
audience yesterday.'
Speaking on "The Criticism of
Fiction," Prof. Daiches pointed
out, "Whatever one has to say
these days he casts it into that
particular shape." This has re-
sulted in the appearance of a
number of books which, although
published in novel form, are closer
to propaganda than art.
We must be less dogmatic, he
warned, in our definitions of style
and plot. These are so closely as-
sociated, he said, that it is dang-
erous to distinguish between thema;
every instance of what is termed
"style" can be proved an addition
to, or modification of, the plot.
Prof. Daiches came to Michigan
under an arrangement whereby
lecturers are exchanged between
Michigan, Cornell, Western Re-
serve, and Toronto Universities.
He is a noted authority on the
criticism of fiction, although his
published books include several
works on poetry. His most recent
book, "Robert Louis Stevenson,"
was published last year.
MICHIGA

DEPl ORA BE ST ATE:
Garg Demands Investigation
Of (iampuis Poster Vakndls

LECTURE LUXURY-Classrooms in the new business adinistration school on Tappan are de-
signed to provide the maximum in student and faculty comfort. Indirect lighting, new-type black-
boards, padded seats, venetian blinds, and best of all, room for your legs.

Foreign Pupils
Increase at 'U'
While the general enrollment
at the University took a plunge
this semester, the foreign student
body showed an increase - of
exactly one student.
This was revealed in a report
by M. Robert B. Klinger, assistant
counselor to foreign students. The
total enrollment of foreign stu-
dents stands at 606, as against 605
for the Fall semester.
Klinger's report also revealed
that students from 64 countries
are attending the University thi-
semester. 65 countries were repre-
sented last semester.
In terms of individual countries,

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Disabled veterans may continue
educational or on-the-job training
courses longer than the usual four
years if necessary to attain their
vocational objectives, the Veterans
Administration has announced.
The time-extension provision
applies where veterans are so dis-
abled that no course of training
would restore them to employa-
bility in four years. It applies also

Varsity Band
Seeks Players
If you can play a band instru-
mcnt but don't have the time of
proficiency to make the Concert
Band, Mr. Harold Ferguson, As-
sistant Conductor of the Bands,
invites you to sign-up for the
University Varsity Band.
Varsity Band which acts as a
feeder organization, providing ex-
perience and training for would-
be Marching and Concert Bands-
men, is open to all interested stu-
dents.
Prospective members may join
by signing-up at any of the re-
hearsals, held from 4:30 to 5:30
p.m., Mondays and Thursdays in
Ann Arbor High School which is
located on the corner of Huron
and State.

Claiming that the campus de-
corum ha s reached a. bar"baric
state, the editors of Gargoyle de-
manded that the defacing of ad-
vertising posters on campus be in-
vestigated by an entirely prej-
udiced jury.
The posters which proclaim the
sale of the Housecleaning Garg,
Monday, bear evidence of vandal-
ism and a certain amount of nar-
row-mindedness.
The managing editor ordered
his legal staff to prepare a series
of papers demanding that respon-
sible parties be brought to justice.
Just what the Gargoyle might
consider justice was not made
clear but the staff immediately
began to sharpen sticks and build
a large bonfire in front of the
Publications Building,
It is reported however that the
legal staff of Garg, numbered)
among the most incompetent in
the county, was mending his socks
in preparation for a stiff bout of
footsie and completely ignored theI
orders of his superior.
Although none of the 'Ensian
staff were available for a state-
ment when the atrocity was dis-
covered, it is reported that Buck
Dawson, erstwhile editor, had his
YFeb. 19,2o,
and 21
MAIL ORDERS NOW
2 Shows Daily:,
3:15 P.M. - 8:00 P.M
TheTHEATREGUILDpresenti
LAU RENCE
in William Shakespeare's
EIn Technicolor
RELEASED THiRU UNITED ARTISTS
All Seats Reserved
PRICES:
Mat.: 90c, 1.20
Eve.: 1.20, 1.80
LYDIA
MENDELSSOHN
THEATRE

best night's sleep in weeks and
early thii'morning was seen
clea nshav;en iand sobert.
Undaunted by th1is sad turn of
events, Gargoyle will still appear
on camnpus next Monday, February
16, in a sick blue 'cov' and for the
usual twenty-five cents.
Speak at moker
The vital problem, "Applications
of Atomic Energy" will be the
topic of a talk by Dean Ralph A.
Sawyer of the Graduate School at
a smoker for Sigma Rho Tau, en-
gineer sttump-speakin society at
7:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Small
Ballroom of the Union.
The smoker, open to engineer-
ing and other technical students,
is a part of the society's annual
membership drive.
The organization is designed to
remedy the notorious tongue-tied-
ness of engineers by giving them
practice in speaking to a group.
Continuous from 1 P.M.
NOW

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the greatest increase was among to veterans who lose time in their
students from China. courses because of poor health.

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WANTED TO RENT

VET wanting to be married needs
apartment immediately. Call Stover
2-6173. )43
BUSINESS SERVICES
DON'T BE LATE-Get "It's a Date!"
weekly guide to events in Ann Ar-
bor. Send name and address with
$1.00 to Jack Trustman, 1037 Olivia,
Ann Arbor. )15

ROOM AND BOARD
OFFERING meals for girl students. 520
Forest. )55
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED-Dearborn commuters arriv-
ing on campus 9:00 a.m. leaving 4:00
p.m. to ride in 1946 Mercury. De3926.
William Fulton. )12

HELP WANTED

DEVELOPING, AND PRINTING
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12 Exposure Roll.......50c
16 Exposure Roll....... 70c
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WANTED-Sewing, Dressmaking, Alter-
ations or Repairs. Miss Livingston.
315 S. Division. )63
FOR SALE
ONE PAIR size eleven hard toe, pre-
war hockey skates. Used approxi-
mately five times. )38
CHRYSLER-1940 Windsor Convertible
Coupe-Radio, new tires, good con-
dition-$900. Phone 2-5301 after 12
noon. ) 59
BABY Parakeets, African Lovebirds, and
Canaries. Also Bird Supplies. 562
South 7th. Phone 5330. )36
FOR SALE-1931 Chevrolet. Good run-
ning condition. $125. Call Jay Singer.
Ph. 2-1297. )34
BEAUTIFUL Solitaire Diamond Ring.
% carat plus. Yellow gold. Tax-free.
Value can be verified. Call 2-8114. )57
FOR SALE-1940 DeSoto 2-door fully
equipped, good condition. Call 2-2330
after 7:30 p.m. )18
ROYAL Portable Typewriter. Modern,
Magic Margins, etc. $75. Call 4866
evenings. )56
FOR SALE-B & L Microscope, triple
objective, mechanical stage. Good
condition. Call 2-7629 after 5:30. )54
FOR SALE-35mm Camera-like new.
Perfex "55" f2.8 Wollensack Lens.
1 sec. to 1/1200 seC shutter, coupled
rangefinder. flash synchronizer. Guar-
antee by manufacturer. Call in per-
son at 305 West Physics, Monday
morning or telephone Extension 2535
afternoons. W. F. Voglesong, 2432
Packhard Rd. )58
KING Cornet-Gold lacquer. Excellent
condition. Tel. 2-4591, 324 Hinsdale
House. )47
FOR SALE: '36 Chev tudor, radio and
heater. Very good condition. Rea-
sonable. Reply Box 54. )46
USED HALLICRAFTERS S-40, in ex-
cellent condition. Will sell or trade,
419 Adams, West Quad. 2-4401. )44
MICROSCOPE: New Bousch and Lomb.
4 objective, mechanical stage, wide
angle ocular. Call 2-8192. )42

AVON-A national advertised cosmetic
company offers women in Ann Ar-
bor, Willow Run. and Ypsilanti, an
income opportunity. You can earn a
good ncome with us and be inde-
pendent. For information write Avon
Products, Inc., 1127 South Webster,
Jackson, Michigan. (6
QUALIFIED young woman to ' tutor
10th grade girl student. Evening
home work. Mention hourly rate in
detailed reply. Box 53. )45
EXPERIENCED men and women coun-
selors for Jewish co-educational sum-
mer camp in Michigan. General and
specialty counselors. Phone 2-8439,
evenings 5-9 p.m. )20
WANTED: Young white, woman for
counter and fountain work. Student
wife preferred. Campus section. Ph.
5464 after 4:30 p.m. )37
LOST AND FOUND
PARKER Pen and Pencil. Grey. Lost
on campus Wednesday, Jan. 28. Call
Joan Benson, 2-4561. Reward.
PARKER PEN and pencil, gray, lost{
on campus. Jan. 28. Call Joan Ben-
son. 2-4561. Reward. )39
YOU should be in Anthropology 152
but you're probably dying on our
furniture. Lost from J-Hop booth,
one red leather couch. Reward 1 hot
Salami on date bread sandwich. Call
2-8350. )60
LOST - Lusina Watch in Chemistry
Building. Silver spring wrist band.
Reward. 419 Adams House, 2-4401. )52
STRAYED. Brown puppy, distinct black
nose, ancestry questionable, probably
chow-terrier. Left Saturday. 1110 Were
Ct. Contact after 6 p.m. )51
WILL PERSON who "borrowed" 2 books
(Shakespeare and American Lit.) from
League cloakroom Monday please re-
turn them to Rose Cornish, 2-0379. )50
PARKER 51 Pen. Brown. Lost between
Tappan Hall and Bus. Ad. School.
Phone 9766. Reward. )41
APPLICATION
PHOTOS
24-Hour Service
IVORY P1OTO
1030 E. University
Tel. 8413

WANTED
WANTED-Use of piano 6 hours weekly
for each of 2 students. Call 2-3119,
Helaine. )33
WANTEU-Mea to join boarding club
at 1215HIoll. 3 ineals $1.80 per dtay.
Call Mike 2-2252, noon or evening.d)49
FOR RENT
LARUE DOUBLE ROOM for male stu-
dents. Near Field House. Call 2-0873.
)40
ROOM to rent, two boys. Close in.
Phone 4546. )64
ONE BLOCK from Campus, Half of
Double Room available in new resi-
dence building at 413 Forest, $5 a
week. Contact I. J. Nagler at Nag-
ler's Fur Shop. Phone 2-2619. )61
PORTABLE
TYPEWRITERS
IN STOCK
Coronas - Underwoods
Remingtons
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SERVICE CO.
111 South 4th Ave.
SP;RINTING
forO
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Programs - Ticketso
done at
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119 East Liberty 0
o (Across from P-Bell)
Phone 7444
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WORLD NEWS
Coming Sunday -
Abbott & Costello
"WISTFUL WIDOW
OF WAGON GAP"

Send check or money order
with self-addressed stamped
envelope to Box Office, Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.

35c until 5 o'clock

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