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Student Actors To Arise
Against 'U' Liquor Ban
Beer, wine and whiskey will be flowing on campus come Decem-
ber, and neither city ordinance nor University liquor ban will prevent
it.
That's when the new University of Michigan Student Players plan
to produce their first play, William Saroyan's Pulitzer Prize winning
"Time of Your Life." The liquor will be used for props.
THE NEWLY formed group, directed by Michael Cetta, will hold
its first tryout meeting at 8 p.m. today in the game room of the League.
A philosophical tippler, sexy women, an Arab harmonica
player-these and many other character parts are open to any
University student.
Other special talents needed are a newsboy who can sing, a frus-
trated comedian who can tap dance, and a Negro who can play a mean
and melancholy boogie-woogie piano.

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THE STUDENT Players are the former Little Theatre of Willow
Village which kept the villagers in stitches last year with such hits as
"Ten Nights in a Barroom" and "They Knew What They Wanted.
Cetta plans to mix comedy and more serious plays this year.
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Engineer's
Fraternity
Established
A University chapter, Pi Rho,
of the National Honorary Me-
chanical Engineering Fraternity,
Pi Tau Sigma, has been installed
on campus.
Burgess H. Jennings, national
president of Pi Tau Sigma was
present to inaugurate the new
chapter, assisted by David S.
Clark, national secretary-treasur-
er.
* * *
OFFICERS of the new chapter
are President, Folke Lundgard;
Vice Pres., William C. Krause;
Corresponding Secretary, Richard
S. Frankel; Recording Secretary,
Alan Astrove; and Treasurer,
Stuart M. Frey.
Dean Ivan C. Crawford and
Prof. R. S. Hawley of Engineer-
ing School were initiated as hon-
orary members.
Active initiates are P. J. Adams,
R. A. Brunner, J. M. Chandler, H.
R. Corey, F. P. Crotser, J. B. Dresz-
ler, J. Elsnau, J. H. Fries, J. Gresla,
L. E. Hayes, C. W, Jatho, S. Kali-
koff, R. B. Kirkpatrick, E. W. Kru-
ger Jr., G. T. Moore, and W. A.
Morgan.
* * *
L. F. PETERSON, M. A. Price,
B. A. Rabbers, J. T. Sakai, S. H.
Saulson, W. H. Selzer, N. Slagter,
R. G. Slayman, H. E. Smith, W.
R. Smith, J. B. Starnes, J. D.
Stinchecombe, T. E. Upham, P.
Van Domelen, and R. R. Wood-
man.
LHillel Dance Today
The Hillel Foundation will hold
a membership dance at 3 p.m. to-
day in the League.

BOARDER-Patrick J. Fleming,
23, was booked in San Francisco,
Calif., on a petty theft charge
after living thirty days in the
attic of a bar. Eggs, sandwiches,
liquor and money had all been
disappearing mysteriously and
the presence of Fleming was
not suspected until an over-
turned bottle caused a leak in
the ceiling.
Blanks Ready
For Law Test
Application blanks for the newly
required "Law School Admission
Test" may be obtained either at
the Law School or at the Bureau
of Psychological Services, 110
Rackham.
The test, given by the College
Entrance Examination Board of
Princeton, New Jersey, determines
legal aptitude and intelligence.
The Law School advises those
students interested in applying for
admission in 1949 to take the test
when it is given on Nov. 13, and
to make application to the Educa-
tional Testing Service by Nov. 6.

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Contributors to
What's Up in the Dorms should con-
tact Dolores Palanker at The Daily
or 105 Betsy Barbour.)
West Quadrangle's Executive
Council held their elections for
this semester Oct. 25. The Council
is composed of the 16 past and
present presidents of the various
houses in the Quad; only one of
the formertis eligible to become
president while any of the present
house leaders may hold the other
offices.
THE FOLLOWING men were
elected: Raymond Okonski of Chi-
cago House, president; George
Roumell, Michigan House, vice-
president; Bill Peckover, Allen-
Rumsey, secretary; and Joe Stone,
Williams House, treasurer.
Plans for a new Constitution
were discussed and a committee
headed by George Roumell was
appointed. Bill Wilke, Wenley
House, was unanimously elected
council social chairman for his
previous record handling Quad
social events.
The council urges all West Quad
members who have suggestions,
complaints, etc., to submit them to
any officer in written form so the
council can consider them.
The council passed a resolution
thanking past president Chuck
West, Winchell House for his fine
work.
DR. LIONEL LAING of the po-
litical science department will be
a dinner guest at Allen-Rumsey
this evening where he'll speak on
the Student Legislature.
AS PART of their educational
program Wenley House will hear
a speaker this evening from the
United World Federalists.
* * *
AMASSING a team total of 51
points, the Lloyd House cross-
country squad swept aside intra-
mural competition to take first

place in last
country.

Tuesday's IM cross-

Seven Lloyd legsters ran the
two and a quarter mile course to
finish among the leaders in the

hat's Up in the Dorms

field of 75 entries. Norman
enbos took top honors for
when he finished in third

Door-
Lloyd
place.

314 South State St.
G. I. Requisitions Accepted

OSU Alums
Out of Luck
For Game
Some 1,500 Ohio State alumni
who planned to attend the OSU-
Michigan game Nov. 20 will be
out in the cold-and they're pretty
burned up about it.
The student body is crowding
them right out of the stadium.
Seems that the State ticket de-
partment-"red with red embar-
rassment"-just found out that the
14,000 students they first planned
for have swelled to 18,000.
The ticket department sent a
letter to the disappointed alums,
which read in part:
"Dear Unlucky One:
"It has been necessary for us
to cancel the last 1,500 orders ac-
cepted for the Michigan game. We
trust that you will understand that
we must give first preference al-
ways to students.
"Our faces are red with red em-
barrassment-we are apologetic-
but there is just nothing else we
can do about this."
New Dime Store
Construction of a new three-
story Woolworth's, at an estimated
cost of $500,000 will start in the
near future.
The building will be located on
the site of the 90-year-old Mack
and Co. Building at 214-218 S.
Main St. Razing of the Mack
building is scheduled to begin in
two weeks.

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Good Food at Reasonable Prices

Open 7:00 A.M. to 1 :00 A.M.

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FOR SALE
FRIGIDAIRE-Apt. size, good condition.
$125. 807 S. State, 2-3210. )73
FIREPLACE Wood. Oak and hickory.
Ph. 4575. )61
1946 FORD V-8 super deluxe 2-door
sedan, clean, good cond. Ph. 25-9545.
)71
COLORFUL WINTER CLASSICS
to mix and match as you please
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP )1
1937 CHEV., R. & H. Good trans. for
$225.00 or best offer. Call John Nas-
lund 8238, 918 S. State. )80
1948 Crosley stationwagon, cream-gray,
heater, defrosters, low mileage, reas-
onable price. Ph. 2-3664. )77
A BLACK Winter Coat. Double lining,
medium size. Phone 7907 before 10
a.m. ) 74
DRESS SUIT-Worn only 4 times. Beau-
tifully tailored. Size 39-40. $40. Call
Mich. Union, 331, after 4:30. )67
SHORT SLEEVE PULLOVERS
$3.95 and $4.95. Sizes 34-40.
Your Choice of Colors
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )2
KODAK Monitor Camera, Supermatic
Shutter and all accessories. R. C.
Phillips, 518 Monroe. Call 2-4733 after
6 p.m. )78
USED Man's Bicycle. Schwinn light-
weight. Generator, lights, good con-
dition. $20. Call Len Holmboe, 8552,
after 8 p.m. )76
Watch the Daily for the
BIG MICHIGANENSIAN CONTEST!
)60
111, ACRES LAND, 200 foot frontage on
Little Bass Lake, 7 miles from Inter-
lochen National Music Camp. Wm. H.
DeLorme. Box 24, Karlin, Mich. )72
CROSLEY, beautiful, green sedan, late
1947, motor just completely over-
hauled, radio, heater, defroster and
other extras. $625. Will trade. 3060
Washtenaw, 2-7833. )70
2 Single Breasted Men's Suits, overcoat,
Topcoat. Complete Tux and Tails.
All size 36-38, and in excellent con-
dition. Ph. 4489. )65

FOR SALE
DEENA 8 GORE SLIPS
the fine rayon slip that
WON'T RIDE UP
new longer lengths-white only
$2.95 to $5.95. Sizes 32-36
RANDALL'S
306 South State Street )3
BABY PARAKEETS for training to
talk $6 each. Canaries, bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruff ins, 562 South 7th.
)18
CROSLEY early 1948 with heater. Orig-
inal owner. 4,000 miles. Excellent con-
dition, $785. Phone 2-2605. )83
1937 DODGE
See it to appreciate it. $300.00. Ph.
29130. )84
1941 PLYMOUTH coupe. Good me.chan-
ical condition, new paint. See at 1431
Golden, or call 2-7757. )85
OVERCOAT-Man's gray overcoat in
good condition. $15. Size 38. Call
2-3246. )86
PROFITABLE vending machine opera-
tion. Must sell. Graduating Feb-
ruary. Call 25-9468, )87
WHY WALK when you can ride?
Whizzer in good condition. $85 or best
offer. Gevarter. Ph. 6284. )88
TOPCOAT, Gabardine. Size 42, like new.
John Rennie. 2-3144. )82
'37 FORD TUDOR, excellent mechanical
condition, gas heater, seat covers,
runs fine,dependable. Price $350. Call
2-8242, after 12. )89
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Parker set at Ferry Field. Re-
ward. Ph. Val Johnson. 2-4591. )5L
LOST-Last week, glasses with pink
plastic rims in brown leather case.
Finder please call 6665. Reward. )9L
LOST-Persian cat,smoked grey, small
adult. Phone 9682. P. S. Jastram. )4L
FOUND-Student Tickets, Sec. 31, in
Colonnade Coffee Shop. Please call
between 3 and 5. See Bruce. )3L
LOST-Last Fri. or Sat. on campus,
Eastman Kodak Bantam in brown
leather case. Reward. E. J. Soop, 107
Haven Hall, Ph. 3-1511, Ext. 354. )2L

WANTED TO RENT
MUST RENT house or apartment fairly
near campus. Applicant reliable, seri-
ous student. Best references. Call
20557-Michel. )2N
HELP WANTED
WANTED STUDENT'S wife or coed for
counter and fountain work. 12:30 to
4:30. Campus town. Ph. 5464. Call
af ternoons. )2H
YOUNG LADY to work at soda fountain
full time, no evenings or Sundays.
Swift's Drug Store, 340 S. State, Ph.
2-0534. )6H
SODA FOUNTAIN Help, Tues. mornings
and noon hours. Call personally. Alex-
ander Drug, 727 N. Univ. )4H'
FOR RENT
TWO LARGE adjoining rooms. 3 miles
from campus. For male students with
own transportation. Call 7571 eve-
nings. ) 6R
FOR RENT - Football weekend guest
Rooms available. Call Student Room
Bureau, 2-8827; 11-12 a.m., 6:30-8 p.m.
) 2R
BUSINESS SERVICES
Hildegarde "NEARLY NEW"' Shoppe
Have you clothing that is too short,
tight or of which you have grown
tired? Due to popular demand we
are opening our Nearly New Depart-
ment to turn your used clothing into
ready cash. 109 E. Washington, 2-4669.
)1B

ROOMS FOR RENT
FACULTY member or student (male)
to share large pleasant room with
faculty member. Phone 2-6240. )5R
PART of double room for male student.
Bus to campus, community kitchen.
Phone 2-9318. )4R
MISCELLANEOUS
LADIES, make this Christmas season a
profitable one. Make $300 to $600 for
yourself during the next few weeks
selling Avon handsome gift line. Na-
tionally advertised. Box 151. )2M
PERSONAL
FOR SALE!
90 dollar suit of tails. Size 38. 50
bucks. It's a misprint but call Alex
at 2-0549 and haggle. )2P
MUSIC MUSIC
for Pledge Formals and Xmas Parties
by the Cliff Hoff Orch. Ph. 2-8808
)3P
GETTING A DEGREE?
If you are getting a degree of any kind
this Feb., June or August, your pic-
ture should go in the '49 Ensian. You
have about 5 more days to make an
appointment at the Student Publica-
tions Office, 8:30-5 p.m.. Call 2-6482
for information. )5P
WANTED

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Sunday!

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