TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1948
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Students To Enjoy Long
Vacation This Summer
More than 100 days of vacation
are in the offing for University
students, or at least for those who
aren't planning to attend the
The calendar of University ac-
A throng of nearly 100 students
and townspeople witnessed the
University's first television drama
on the screen of a local music
The audience viewed the pres-
entation of "Mr. Plummerton
Finds the Truth" seated on the
floor, on chairs, or standing. C. H.
Dick, proprietor of the Music
Center, said spectators liked the
Reception from Detroit station
WWJ-TV was exceptionally clear
and many persons in the crowd
friends and relatives in the stu-
j Dick spent a few anxious mo-
inents before the show wassched-
uled to start at 3:30 p.m., when
the station suddenly blanked out
completely. But difficulties were
overcome in time for "Mr Plum-
merton" to appear without a
The subsistence survey conduct-
ed by the local Veterans Adminis-
tration last week registered 110
students who had not received
their monthly checks.
VA officials considered the
number relatively small and re-;
port no additional complaints.
Many of those who registered a
complaint called in later to say
that they had received their
Claims have been processed and
veterans should receive either a
letter from the finance office or a
check -within seven days, the VA
Fresh Air Frolic
Tickets will be on sale on the
Diagonal tomorrow for the Inter-
Racial Association's Fresh Air
The Frolic will be held from
1-4 p.m. Friday at the University
Fresh Air Camp. Entertainment
will include baseball, dancing and
swimming, and transportation
and refreshments will be fur-
Busses leave from Hill Audi-
torium at 1 p.m. Friday. Tickets
will be on sale after tomorrow in
Continuous from 1 P.M.
tivities for next year shows that
freshmen and transfer students
will arrive about Sept. 13 for a
week's orientation to the campus,
but returning students will trickle
slowly into Ann Arbor during the
four day registration period from
Actual classes will begin on
Mon., Sept. 20, and run until Sat.,
Jan. 15, with a 16-day pause for
Christmas vacation from Dec. 19
to Jan. 3.
The three-week lapse of classes
from Jan. 17 to Feb. 7 is re-
grettable but unavoidable under
the present examination policy,
Dr. Frank J. Robbins, chairman
of the Calendar Committee de-
"In making up the exam sched-
ule we have to allot one examina-
tion period for eight different
hours of class on both Monday
and Tuesday, which means eight
days of exams before assigning
any of the special periods," Dr.
Most of the faculty believe there
should be no more than two
exams a day, he indicated, but
added that the present eleven day
examination period for both se-
mesters, from Jan. 17-28 and May
28-June 9, is highly unsatisfactory
to both students and faculty.
According to Dr. Robbins, an-
other cause of the three-week
break in classes between semes-
ters is the fact that the records
of final marks. have to be brought
up to date before the student can
From Jan. 28 to Feb. 2, nothing
can be scheduled, Dr. Robbins de-
clared, because the final marks
have not all been recorded.
Registration' for the second se-
mester lasts from Feb. 2-5 and
classes start up again on Feb. 7.
-Like this year, spring vacation is
scheduled, for the end of the
eighth week, from April 2-11. May
27 will be the last day of classes
for the semester.
Young Republicans - Mrs.
Lois Cossitt will discuss the
Stassen campaign; Rm. 304,
AVC - Election of fall offi-
cers; 7:30 p.m., Union.
Art Museum -Prof. Andreas
Lindblom, will discuss "The
Skansen Open Air Museum in
Stockholm; 4:15 p.m., Rack-
Inter-Racial Association -
Meeting; 7:30 p.m., Union.
Model UN Council - Mr. N.
Efimenco, of the political sci-
ence department will discuss
the United Nations, open meet-
ing; 7:30 p.m. International
State-The Iron Curtain; 1,
3, 5, 7, 9.
Michigan - Gentleman's
Agreement; 1, 3, 5:10, 7:15,
Business Administration stu-
dents will have their own home
next fall if construction work on}
the building continues according,
to present schedules.
Currently 67% completed, the
fate of the new building, as well
as the rest of the University con-
struction program, will be decided
Thursday by the State Legislature.
The University has asked for,
$3,969,500 to complete its current l
building program, with $1,090,000r
needed for the completion of the
Business Administration project.
At the coming legislature meet-
ing a last attemptwill be made to DON MITCHELL
have a supplementary appropria- . . . 'Peter Standish'
tion passed to provide the needed
funds before a formal motion for 'B aer kley Squar
adjournment is approved.
Tickets are now on sale for
Union Officer Selected John Balderson's play "Berkeley
Robert Laidlaw has been selected Square" to be presented at 8 p.m.
Union vice-president by the Men's Wednesday through Saturday in1
Judiciary Council, Paul Harrison, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
chairman of the Council an- Marilyn Scheel will star asz
nounced yesterday. Helen Pettigrew with Don Mit-,
The council selected Laidlaw to chell playing opposite her as Peter'
settle a tie resulting from the re- Standish.
cent all-campus elections. The set has been designed by'
The University's campus groups
are ahead of most other schools in
oiganization and planning, ac-
cording to a report by campus del-
egates at the recent National In-
dependent Students Association1
Delegates Norris Domangue,
president of the Association of
Independent Men, and Al Maslin,
vice-president, reported that cam-
pus teamwork was outstanding in
creating cooperation among in-
MARILYN SCHEEL dependent students, working for
.MHelen Pettigrew the welfare of all student groups
'Heln I~ttigew' and creating active faculty inter-
est in studentaorganizations.
Domangue and Maslin repre-
sented both AIM and Assembly,
the campus women's independent
Jack E. Bender, and the scenery organization, at the convention,
will be aided by costumes of the which was held this month at Iowa
18th century period rented from a State College.
New York concern. Prof. Lionel Laing, of the politi-
Stuaents will receive special cal science department and fac-
rates for the Wednesday and ulty advisor of AIM, also attended
Thursday performances. The tick- the conference, which included
ets are on sale at the Lydia Men- representatives from over 50 col-
delssohn Theatre box office. Mail leges and universities' throughout
orders are still being taken. the country.
The Michigan Region of the
NSA met Sunday at Acquinas Col-
lege to begin work on topics to be
discussed at the Nationil Con-
gress this August.
Five of the ten workshops
planned for the Congress were
taken up by panels at the meet-
Included in the report from the
panel considering other educa-
tional problems was a plea for,
greater student political freedom,
and a complete report on faculty3
grading will be presented at the
The panels on student govern-+
ment recommended that campus'
problems be channeled through a
representative legislative body. +
A motion was passed by the en-
NA TION AL CONGR SS:
Michigan NSA Group Begins
Work on Conference Topics
tire assembly to ask the Michigan
State College delegation to pre-
pare a report on the Zarichny case
now before the State Legislature.
A committee headed by Regional
President Harvey Weisberg, Uni-
versity of Michigan, and Joe
Hansknecht, vice president,
Aquinas College, also was asked to
present a report on the alleged vi-
olation of academic freedom.
Members of the Michigan dele-
gation who attended the meeting V
included newly chosen delegates
and alternates to the National
Congress. These were Arlynn t
Rosen, Blair Moody, Dick Hooker,
Marvin Failer, Roma Lipsky, Eliot
Charlip, and Dorianne Zipper-
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LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
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Washington, Telephone 2-4669. )87
TYPING: Theses, term papers, ad-
dresses. Duplicating: notices, form
letters, programs. A2 Typing Serv-
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Bold - Rented - Repaired
Free pickup and delivery.
Office Equipment Service
111 S. Fourth - Ph. 2-1213 )66
BLUE JEAN PEDDLE PUSHERS $2.95
Blue Jean Shorts, $2.50, Sizes 10-20
Colors: Red, White, Faded Blue & Navy
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
COAT AND SUIT CLEARANCE
$25 and $35
Values to $65. Short, long or % coats
in regular and half sizes. Pastels, white
black or navy. Worsted suits in regu-
lar, penion and half sizes.
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street
COMFORTABLY furnished 2-bedroom
apartment, Pittsfield Village, from
June 14th to Sept. 11th. Recently re-
decorated. Spare bedroom furnished,
including desk. Basement with wash-
ing machine. Call 25-9468, Monday
thru Friday. )4g
NEAR CAMPUS. Rooms for veteran
students for summer and fall sem-
esters. No Smoking. Ph. 2-1777. )57
FURNISHED 3 Rm. Apt. for summer
months located in Student section
of Willow Village, Write Box 111,
Mich. Daily. )9e
PLEASANT rooms, 1 block south of
campus for 4 men students, summer
only, $5. Call 2-7133 or 1021 Hill St.
THREE BEDROOMS, living room, kit-
chen and bath attractively furnished.
Located at Willow Village. New re-
frigerator and washing machine. Will
sublet to responsible student veteran
and family for summer session. Write
Box 110. )44
SINGLE and double rooms for men.
near campus, for summer and fall
terms. Call 2-2580 after 6 p.m. )46
JEWELRY, Watches, clocks, diamonds.
Assorted Greeting Cards. A. Spring,
Jeweler, 221 S. 4th Ave. Ph. 4834. )4
Cotton and rayon pajamas. Shorties
and full length styles. Prints and
THE SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theater Building
HAVE YOU seen the little Bronze Man?
write Box 101 if you have informa-
tion regarding his whereabouts Re-
THE MICHI ANENSIAN goes up to
$6.50 midnight today. Buy now for
WILL the joker putting florescein in
the fountain kindly take a break
. . . roommate wants to try his blue.
NAIVE senior B.Ad. student needs date.
No reason to be particular. Drop a
card to Arch MCardell. 904 Oak-
land. Give name, age, specifications.
LOST AND FOUND
ONE TAN English Gabardine Top
coat with Littler, Seattle label at P-
Bell night of .May 10th. Reward and
another coat upon return. Call 4141.
LOST: Glasses and fountain pen in
green glass case, near library. Call
2-4561. Room 487 )9g
LOST: Brown, hard-covered Spiral
notebook. Econ. 122. Finder call
George 27956. )8F
WOULD person who borrowed Scheaffer
browvn pencil initialed "A.C.S." at Sat.
track meet return it to A. C. Stod-
dard, 914 S. State, ph. 2-7948. )21
LOST: One roommate. 6 feet 3 inches.
160 lb., brown eyes, sax expression,
ex-gyrewe: Disappeared Saturday 8
p.m. Answers to name of Howard Ro-
odvoets Finder please contact Char-
lotte, room 357, Jordan Hall. )25
LOST: Brown leather wallet on Bear
Mt. last Friday. Keep the $70, return
the papers and ID. Ph. 2-3256. )37
REWARD offered for return of Black
Girl's Bicycle, License No 131, with
nmetal basket. Bring to Michigan
Daily, Maynard St.
LOST: Tan raincoat Friday afternoon
hitchhiking Detroit in '48 Pontiac
convertible.2Please call Tom at 210
Lloyd, Ph. 2-4401. )40
BROWN silk umbrella, decorated band,
plastic handle. Left at League Mon-
day, 10. $5 reward. Lumby, 7958. )45
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We carry VAN DORN REEDS
209 E. Washington P. 8132
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500 Fifth Ave., N.Y. 18, N.Y.
WANTED TO RENT
VETERAN and wife need apartment,
starting next fall semester. Call 8470
and ask for Bill L. if you have the
Impossible available. )9a
COUPLE: Both Teaching Fellows ad
giadua tes, doing intensive research
and study, need 2-3 room apartment
near campus- about $50 a month. 2-
year occepancy. Phone 20779. )6f
PHYSICIAN and wife desire 2 bed-
room house or apartment for one
year. Preferably furnished. Will pay
up to 100 dollars. No children or
pets. Call Mrs. Taylor, 2-3548. )2c
WANTED: Ride to F~lorida about June
5. Share driving, expenses and a
cheerful disposition. Call Jack Glas-
ser. 118 Hayden, 2-4591. )3f
FLORIDA student needs ride Tampa
area June 3-4. Share expenses. Call
Dave Wright. 2-3256. )20l
WOULD like ride to NYC on June 9.
Share driving and expenses. Lou Fish-
er, 2-0968. )22
RIDE to Alaska, '48 light truck leaving
June 8 or after. Share expenses. Call
Fritz Slonan 6726 after 7 p.m. )36
CANARIES beautiful singers and fe-
males and mated pairs. Bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruffins. 562 S. 7th.
CAMPUS SHOP SPECIALS THIS WEEK
All wool spring suits 1/3 off. 1/3 off
on all pigskin and leather gloves. All
colors and sizes.
305 South State Street *
GOLF EQUIPT.: Spaulding, MacGreg-
or, Wilson. Ph. 4044 or 2-2058, J.
'37 BUICK COUPE: See at 228 Packard
or call Ken evenings 2-5269. )3c
E-Flat Alto saxophone. Buescher, with
case, Like new, silver plate. $135. M.F.
Richards. Ph. 25-8513 )5f
BABY BUGGY: Grey collapsible, half-
price, $18; maroon davenport and
matching chair $50; portable radio,
$30. Ph. 2-2035. )2f
WHIZZER, recently overhauled, new
coil. If you need a dependable, eco-
nomical bike, see this one. Call 2-
7862 or 940 Greenwood. )23
TAPPAN deluxe gas range (natr'l or
bott'i) 11 months,+$165, electric roast-
er with hot plate $20, 3596J1 Ypsi. )26
FORD convertible sedan 1936. nice. 201
Greene House, East Quad. 2-4591. )28
FINE antiques - china and glass.
The Homestead. 1117 Church St. )24
MAN'S bicycle. Large basket $10 and
it's yours. Call or see Hugh Starks,
616 S. Division. Ph. 2-0282 after 7 p.
WHIZZER motorbike, mechanically per-
feet $45 in new accessories. Must sell,
$100. Call Lee Bartholonew, 2-3189. )32
WHITE dinner jacket. 37R. Tux trous-
ers, 30 waist. H. J. Jobse, 2-1372. )33
MOHAIR davenport and chair $25; 5-
pc. maple dining set $25: desk $7.50.
Good condition. Call 5839. )34
FOR SALE: Tuxedo, size 36. Like new.
Includes vest, suspenders, shirt and
tic. $25. Phone 7519 between 5-7 pnm.
TEE OFF with a new set of golf cubs.
Ladies' and Men's. Call 2-7053. )39
WHIZZER for sale $65. Good conditioni
Call 2-4591, 330 Prescott. )41
SPEED Queen washer. automatic pump
used one year. available May 27. Ypsi
the MI ily(lassifieds
SERVICE station attendant Hickey's
Service. Main and Catherine. )6g
YOUNG LADY to work at Soda foun-
tain. No evenings or Sundays. Swift's
Drug Store, 340 S. State. Phone 20534.
WANTED, a good school secretary. Ap-
plicant must be able to type well.
take shorthand, and supervise office.
Steady work. Please contact M. B.
Ropers, Superintendent of Schools.
Willow Run Village. Office phone,
Ypsilanti 423. Resident phone, Ypsi-
lanti 3258-J. )1d
BEAUTY OPERATOR, part time. Ph.
Ypsi 2123 between 9 A.M.-6 P.M. )2d
COED needs tutoring in Geology II.
Write Box 112, Michigan Daily. )8g
FOUR EXPERIENCED counselors for
girls' camp in northern Michigan.
Archery, canoeing, crafts and pioneer-
ing. For information phone 7033 eve-
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OLD. badly worn wool blankets.
Today & Wednesday
She says :
"I smoke Chesterfields because
they always are solidly packed,
mild and completely satisfying."
Chesterfield-year after year-first
choice of college men and women.
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SPECIAL RATE FOR STUDENTS - Wednesday and Thursday 48e
Tickets $1.20, 90c, 60c (tax incl.)
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