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TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THU'RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1941

ZAGE TWO 1

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HANDY ADLEY:
Room Bureau Rescues
Stranded Weekenders

By PHYLLIS KULICK
If you are one of the flock scrounging around town for weekend
guest accommodations, take note.
An Ivy League grad is your man. For a nominal charge Vincent
P. Adley, '50L, will find a room for your football or prom guests in A
private home.
Adley's Student Room Bureau is going into its second year
at Michigan after servicing Yale men well these many years.
* * * *
ACCORDING TO ADLEY, "the inadequacy of Ann Arbor's hotel
facilities and the tremendous number of out of town spectators
attending this season's games will make the service invaluable to
students."
In addition, he feels that a more effective and thorough job
of locating rooms can be done by an organized service than by
individuals in a haphazard search for them.
Rates will be comparable to local hotel prices, and Adley expects
the service to be available on any weekend and possibly during the
week.
ARRANGEMENTS are made by telephone and the rooms are all
Adley-approved.
"The only complaint I ever received was from some clients
who were placed over a fishmarket," he said.
"I don't house anyone there anymore."
PsychSociety Picks Officers
The newly founded Undergrad- Gikas, secretary; and Pat Neu-

Art Cinema
To Present
'Panic' ere
"Panic," a French motion pic-
ture of intrigue and suspense, will
be presented Friday and Saturday
at 7:30 p.m. in Hill Auditorium.
The picture is the second offer-
ing of the season by the Art Cin-
ema League, and features Michel
Simon and Viviane Romance. Miss
Romance is remembered chiefly
for her role in "Carmen," shown
here last spring.
* * *
THE LEAGUE will bring eight
other foreign films to campus this
term, some of which are, The
Idiot," "Jenny Lamour," "Farra-
bique," and "Volpone. All pictures,
of course, have English subtitles.
"Foreign films are more mature
than the average American pic-
ture," according to Norman Rap-
paport, '49, manager of the
League.
"The producers of foreign pic-
tures are not interested in myths
and hero-worship, but in realism,"
he said.

TRYING TO OUTDO GIRLS?
Campus Males Take To 'Bold Look'

Campus men have decided to do
the gals one better and come out
with the "Bold Look."
The girls aren't far behind,
though, for they're now deserting
slacks in favor of stoles and ruf-
fles.
* * *
WITH THE NEW look here to

stay, men's clothing stores are
dealing out the male counterpart
-wide collars made wider, vio-
lent ties a little more violent and
an all over color scheme designed
to steal the show from the girl
with the dragging hemline.
Several local merchants
doubt that the Bold Look will

Russian Department Initiates
Streamlined Reading Course
A new course has been added to the Russian department of the
University.
Starting this semester, a streamlined course in Russian will be
available to juniors, seniors and graduate students who are primarily
interested in reading Russian.
The course is so organized that the first semester will consist
largely of work in vocabulary and grammar, while the second semester
will be devoted to reading. An interesting feature of the course is that
the reading will be arranged to suit the students' special field of in-
terest.
Called Russian 23 and 24, it will offer four hours of credit each se-
mester and will count toward the language requirement. However,
both semesters havetobetaken to count toward graduation.

last, for most male students fa-
vor moderation. The only sure
change in campus toggery is
the passing of single-breasted
dinner coats.
This fall also marks the decline
of girl's slacks. With a happy
gleam in his eye, one store owner
said, "Women don't ask for slacks
anymore; split-skirts are taking
their place."
STATE SREET salespeople have
also found the reason that coeds
are happy to push yards of ma-
terial in front of them on jaunts
along the Diag-they want to look
more feminine.
"The skirts aren't likely to get
much - longer," one store owner
said.. "Women aren't that crazy."

<Porkers' Go
Communistic
In Yugoslavia
BELGRADE - (iP) - The
Yugoslav government commu-
slav government communized the
nized the pork chop today.
This was disclosed by the Com-
munist newspaper Borba, which
said the government is going into
the business of raising, fattening
and selling pigs.
Government squads rounded up
most of the porker population
from peasants' farms. The farm-
ers were paid about one tenth of
the prevailing market price.
The government said this was
necessary in order to insure an
adequate supply of food for the
country's industrial workers.

OIL EXECUTIVE DETAINED
IN HUNGARY - Paul Ruede-
mann, (above) of Hartsdale, N.
Y., chairman of the Hungarian-
American Oil Industry Com-
pany, Ltd. is being held by po-
litical police, Hungary's Inter-
ior Ministry said in Budapest.
The company is a Standard Oil
Co. of New Jersey affiliate.

f Classified Advertising +

0DOME of GOOD FOOD
418 East Washington
Phone 9717
serving
SsFAMILY-STYLE DINNERS ,
Lunch 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.
O ~alsoa
High Class SMORGASBORD
(Come and eat all you want)
Daily, except Friday, 11:30 to 1:30 and 5:00 to 8:00 P.M.
Sunday, 12 Noon to 6:00 P.M.
Catering to Wedding Breakfast and Bridge Clubs
Vo~ctco o o~~co oo <c^a.

uate Psychological Society is go-
ing ahead with program plans for
the semester while undergoing or-
ganizational arrangements, it was
announced at the first fall meet-
ing of the club.
Newly elected officers of the
club are Grant Pendill, president;
Ed Ambrose, vice-president; Paul

berg, treasurer.
Dr. Theodore Newcomb of the
Sociology and Psychology Depart-
ments will speak at 7:30 p.m.
Monday at Kellogg Auditorium
under the auspices of the Society.

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

An open meeting
psychology majors
next Monday also.'

for interested
will be held

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Continuous
from IP.M.

COOL

STARTS TODAY
(3 Days Only)

V ALTEi

Also
"CAMPTOWN RACES"

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- WORLD NEWS

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COMPLETE HOSIERY LINES
newest shades - every size
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Building
)15
DORM TOWELS BY CANNON
75c
MATCHING WASH CLOTHS
loc
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
)6
FOR RENT
For good accommodations
bring your weekend guests to
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 East Ann Ph. 8144
)13R
FOR RENT - Football weekend guest
Rooms available. Call Student Room
Bureau, 2-8827; 11-12 a.m., 6:30-8 p.m.
)2R
STOP LOOKING. Home for two. Park-
ed tandem trailer. For sale or rent.
A bargain. Phone 5849. .)1F
GRADUATE WOMEN - Comfortable
rooms in modern home at Whitmore
Lake. On bus line. Call 5343 Ann
Arbor mornings or evenings. )1R
HELP WANTED
MALE - Part-time student help at
hour. Counter work. Inquire atGeod
night 10 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. $1 an hour.
Counter work. Inquire at eGorge's
Place, 1104 S University, between 2
& 4 p.m, )9H
MALE Part-time help wa tedl. Campus
Inn. 512 E. Liberty. )10H
MALE: Part time. 6 days. Evenings and
days. Apply SPUDNUT SHOPPE, 622
E. Liberty after 4 p.m. )5H
MALE STUDENT table waiting 11:30-
1:30, every day. Jennings Restaurant,
1015 E. Ann. )4H
GIRL TO DO housework in small
apartment part time. Phone 8768. )3H
COUNTER girl for snack bar, part-time
work. Student's wife preferred. Cam-
pus section. Phone 5464. )2H
FULL and part-time help at soda
fountain. Swift's Drug Store, 340 S.
State Street, phone 2-0534. )1H
GIRL for Travel Bureau. Transporta-
tion experience a help, not necessary.
Must be able to type. ull time. Write
Box 133. )8H
SALESLADY-Full time and part time.
Experienced. Salary depends on abil-
ity. Apply in person, 611 E. Liberty.
THE BUDGET SHOP )7H
READERS WANTED for 6-10 hours a
week at 85 cents an hour. Should be
psychology or sociology students,
senior or graduate standing. Contact
M. Wagman at 108 Hayden House,
East Quad. Phone 2-4591. )6H

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Cowig:.
SUNDAY!

WALT DISN EY'S
"MELODY TIME"

1937 FORD, 2-door. Radio and heater.
Good transportation. $225. Washte-
naw Motor Sales. Stadium at Pack-
ard. Ph. 8864 )29
TYPEWRITER-Factory rebuilt. Guar-
anteed 1 year. Also language type
machines $50 and up. Portables. Aero
Radio. 335 So. Main. )28
MICROSCOPE- Field and laboratory
folding model 900X. Oil immersion,
mechanical stage, carrying case, ex-
cellent condition. $175.00. Call 25-7885
)27
1939 MERCURY Rebuilt motor. New
transmission, new tires. Lou Allen.
708 E. Kingsley. )26
1946 FORD V-8 super deluxe, two-door
sedan. Clean, excellent condition, Ph.
25-9545. )25
MOTORCYCLE-1937 Indian 30-50. In
good condition. 419 Adams House.
W.Q. )24
SCHWINN men's lightweight. Slightly
used, excellent condition. $65. 8956.
)23
BIKE-Man's, fine condition, new tires,
tubes. $l8. 9179. )22
LADIES' balloon-tire bicycle. Call
2-3851. )16
1935 CHEVROLET 2-Door Deluxe. Very
good condition, heater. Call Elkins,
2-3481 evenings. Make an offer. )20
MAN'S BIKE - Schwinn Lightweight.
1464 University Terrace, Apartment
224. )21
WEBSTER RECORD CHANGER. Good
condition, $40.00. Call Phebe 2-0946
after 5:30 or University Extension
436. )13
BABY PARAKEETS-Beautiful singing
canaries. Bird supplies and cages.
Ruffins Melody Bird Shop, 562 S. 7th.
)18=
PHILCO - Combination radio-auto-
matic changer in good condition. Ph.
8883. )1
SEALY HOLLYWOOD bed (full size);
maple twin bed and dresser. All prac-
tically new. J. W. Stone. 1450 Uni-
versity Terrace Phone 5695'. )2
MICROSCOPE and typewriter - Call
4058-David Sun evenings. Excellent
condition. )3
FOR SALE-Girl's Bicycle, lamps, desk
and bric-a-brac. Call 2-7215 after 3
or 401%,12 Pauline Blvd. from 3 to 6
Wed., Thurs., Fri. )19
FOR SALE--Cushman motor scooter-
Transmission. Buddy seat. Excellent
condition. 1323 Geddes Ave. Apt. 1-
evenings. )4
YES, those same corduroys by Koret
you saw in Mademoiselle you'll see
at the ELIZABETH DILLONĀ° SHOP.
)8
FOR SALE-Slide rules, leather cases,
one K & E Log Log Duplex, one
Dietzgen poly phase. Call Jack,
2-7816, after 6 p.m. )11
- Now Showing-

TRANSPORTATION
COMMUTE to Detroit daily, taken rid-
ers or alternate driving, call 109, Al-
len Rumsey House. )2T
EXCHANGE DRIVING Detroit, Outer
Drive, Six Mile Section and Ann Ar-
bor. Ph. 3-1511, Ext. 2591, Mr. Staple-
ton. )1iT
BUSINESS SERVICES
ALTERATIONS - Restyling- Custom
clothes, Hildegarde Shoppe, 109 E.
Washington, Telephone 2-4669. )1B
L]RESSMAKING-Custom-mode suits,
Tailoring and Alterations. Specializ-
ing in Tailor-made buttonholes. Ph.
2-6583. )2B
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Ph. 2-9020. )3B
SELF-SERVICE BEAUTY SHOPPE
GIRLS, for the small sum of 50 cents
you may come intothis shoppe, have
your hair washed, you set it, dry it,
and comb it out.
Place: HOLLAWAY BEAUTY SHOPPE
Address: 209 S. State, over State Cafe
Time: To suit you.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Prescription Ray-Ban sun-
glasses on Det. bus 2 a.m. Mon. Re-
ward. Call Oliver 2-3343. )13L
PARKER '51-Found on campus. Ph.
8956. )12L
HITCHHIKERS left blanket in stu-
dent's car, Sun., Whitmore Lk. Call
Ev. 2-8300. )1L
LOST-Parker "51" Pen. Brown, gold
top. Between Econ. and E. Engine.
Ph. 2-9791. )6L
MR. X: We swapped raincoats in Union
Tuesday morning. Call 2-7809 for ex-
change. )1lOL
MAN'S Silver Service Watch, Rodana,
lost Tuesday morning around cam-
pus. Reward. Call Jack Zerull, 2-4401.
Rec. Rm., Winchell Hse. )4L
LOST--Man's Suitcase (reddish-brown)
with zipper, in Union parking lot last
Saturday. Reward. Call collect Grand
Rapids, Glendale 4-2591. )8L
LOST-Gold Wrist watch, "Lady Elgin,"
two diamonds, black cord bracelet.
Lost near corner State and Liberty.
Reward. Call 8967. )9L
LOST--A. O. Frat. pin Sept. 21 in Mich.
Union or along Diag. Initials B.O.F.
on back. Please call Bernie, 8177.
Reward. )11L
LOST 1947 Class ring in Men's Union
Lounge. Sentimental value. Please
return. Reward. Initials Inside, J S.
Cassis. Ph. 2-0575 )3L

WANTED TO RENT
WILL SWAP Apartment on campus for
one in Grand Rapids. Contact Box
134, Michigan Daily by Thursday
noon. )1M
MISCELLANEOUS
DO YOU like to hear yourself talk?
Everyone else does. Rent a wire re-
corder for parties, rushing, speech
improvement or what have you. Im-
mediate playback. Reasonable hourly
rate. Phone 2-6611 after five. )1M
WANTED
WANTED-One football season ticket
desperately! Marcia Halpert, Victor
Vaughn House. Ph. 2-5553 )6W
WANT Tickets to M.S.C.-Mich. game.
Have ride for four persons. Phone
258-285 after 6. )7W
COUPLE leaving Willow Village. Call
Whilmore Lake, 2021. )3W
PERSONAL laundry for girls. Sorority
houses preferred. Phone Whitmore
Lake 4804. )4W
SERIOUS Young Graduate Student and
wife desire to exchange expert house-
hold assistance forroom and board.
Cabrera. Phone 8144. )5W
EMPLOYMENT
STUDENT'S WIFE, University graduate,
desires reading to blind students in
Spanish, English or French; baby sit-
ting; typing. Have car. Call 2-3223
between 6:00-7:00 p.m. ) lE
PERSONAL
SENIORS!
If you want your picture, degree,
hometown in the 1949 Mchiganen-
sian make an appointment any after-
noon this week at Ensian Business
office. )1P
ANYONE interested in The Equality of
Rights Movement (in New York)
based on Rudolph Steiner's thoughts
on social living, given in his "Three-
fold Commonwealth," please contact
Edward R. Stone. Telephone 2-3236.
)3P
NEARLY 95% of the 1948 graduating
class had their picture in the Mich-
Miganensian. SENIORS - make your
appointment now for the 1949 'Ensian
at the Student Publications Office-
2nd floor-any time this week. )1P
Did You Know This About
RANDALL'S?
We are now featuring the
Ship "N" Shore
long sleeved plaid shirt, $3.95

"EASY MONEY"
No Fuss --- No Bother

Art Cinema League and
Inter-Cooperative Council present

Sell your old books thru the Daily
Classified section "Books for Sale"
or
Make your needs known in "Books Wanted"
EACH AD CAN INCLUDE:
Name of Book
Author
Address or phone to contact
Price (if desired)
All this for 25c
,per day
No phone calls
CLASSIFIED AD DEPARTMENT
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FRI., SAT., SEPT. 24, 25

8:30 P.M.

.STAGE COACH
INN
AA STEAKS - SEA FOODS
FRIED CHICKEN
PARTIES - BANQUETS
RECEPTIONS
For Reservations Call 6004
503 East Huron St.

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Admission 50c

Box Office opens Thurs. 2 P.M.

is
for

now available
Parties

HILL AUDITORIUM

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LECTURE COURSE

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Luncheons
Dances
Weddings
Clubs
or any social event.
FULL COURSE
DINNERS
a la carte
Recorded Music
or Bands
furnished
"
Make Your
Arrangements Now!
for OPEN DATES
and RATES
PHONE 9448
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