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Pajama Clad Phi Dels
Romp Neiear Girls' Dorm
FRANKLIN, Ind. - (AP) - There
were varying versions today as to
how much clothing a group of
Phi Delta Theta fraternity pledges
had on when they cavorted near
a girls' dormitory on the Franklin
College campus one night recently.
The Rev. John Beyer, pastor of
a Baptist Church at Helmsburg,
said the young men were nude, but
the fraternity upper classmen
told college authoritiesrthe pledges
were pajama clad.
PROF. CHARLES Cochran,
Dean of Men, said that "until
other facts are known" the col-
lege authorities were accepting
the story of the Phi Delts.
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The Rev. Mr. Beyer had said
he planned to ask Prosecutor
Robert Lybrook to investigate
and file charges of public inde-
cency against the fraternity
members. Lybrook said he
planned no action at least until
he heard from the pastor.
Prof. Cochran said the Phi Delts
were summoned to a faculty ses-
sion this morning and they denied
there was any indecent exposure.
HE SAID the chapter president
gave this version of the affair:
It was a race in pajamas over a
course which went near the wom-
en's dormitory. The chapter
pledges participated in the race
and active members were stationed
along the course to see that there
was no indecent exposure.
Told that the college men said
the pledges were wearing pajamas,
the pastor said :
"I know something about hu-
man anatomy. They looked nude
Prof. Cochran said he regretted
the pastor had made no report of
the incident to collegenauthorities.
To Be Shown
Eugene O'Neill's surging story of
the sea "The Long Voyage Home"
will be presented by the Art Cin-
ema League and Student World
Federalists at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
tomorrow and Saturday in the
John Wayne, Thomas Mitchell
and Barry Fitzgerald, appear as
three old salts. Dudley Nichols has
deftly combined four of O'Neill's
one-act plays into a full-length
film directed by John Ford.
General admission tickets for
both evenings are now on sale at
the booth in University Hall.
Use Michigan Daily
REUTHER AT CIO CONVENTION-Walter Reuther, UAW-CIO
chief, speaks at National Convention of the CIO at Portland,
Ore. Reuther joined with CIO President Philip Murray in an
assault on minority union groups with demand for loyalty as the
convention's first session erupted in bitter cross charges.
Curzon Will Present Initial
Ann Arbor Recital Saturday
Tickets are still available for Clifford Curzon's performance here
at 8:30,-p.m. Saturday in Hill Auditorium.
Local concert-goers will hear the famed English pianist for the
first time here Saturday, as a part of Curzon's initial concert tour in
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THE TOUR, covering an arduous schedule of 42 appearances ix
four and one-half months, sold out almost as soon as it was announced
Highly acclaimed in his initial appearance in this country, at
Carnegie Hall in 1939, Curzon planned an American concert tour
the following season.
The war came and it was almost nine year before Curzon saw
New York again.
During the long years of the war, like every artist of note in Brit-
ain, the pianist played day and night all over the island under every
kind of condition.
Adopted in 16 States
Broad grants of home-rule
power to cities and counties were
recommended by Prof. Arthur W.
Bromage of the political science
Prof. Bromage expressed this
view in a speech delivered yester-
day in Boston before the annual
conference on government of the
National Municipal League.
"A BROAD GRANT of self-ex-
ecuting home rule power which
need not be implemented by leg-
islative action is effective home
rule." he declared.
Municipal home rule must be
specified by written grants in
state constitutions, because of
the over-representation of rural
areas in many state legislatures,
according to Prof. Bromage.
Sixteen states, including Mich-
igan, have some type of constitu-
tional home-rule for municipali-
FIVE STATES - Califormia,
Maryland, Texas, Ohio, and Mis-
souri-h ave made it possibleto
through the use of home-rule
grants, said Prof. Bromage.
However, in 1948 only a dozen
counties in the nation have op-
erated on the manager plan, in
contrast to 800 council-manager
"Freedom to devise a form of
government and administration at
m county gvltn oaselgov-
rnment," Prof Bromage.declared.
To D~ental ouncil
Dean of the School of Pubc
Health Dr. Henry F. Vaughan has
been appointed to a 12-man ad-
risory council to help develop a
program to prevent gum diseases
and tooth decay.
he council, eoin td Ay oSur,
will advise the recently established
National Institute of Dental Re-
The unexpected turns up more
often than not in the Union cloak-
room-where one of the frequent
surprises of bluebook-weary schol-
ars is the pleasant smile of at-
tendant James Coery.
Coery, the only non-student be-
hind the check-window, finds that
his policy-"You can't have good
neighbors unless you're a good
neighbor yourself"-pays off in
AND THAT'S NOT all. At vari-
ous times the Union cloakroom
has accumlated practically every-
thing from a birdcage to coils of
This is in contrast to the
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League check-room, which isn't
allowed to accept anything but
hats, coats and books-and can
boast of no more than an occa-
sional hag of food undiscovered
for a couple of weeks.
The birdcage, when it appeared
in the Union cloakroom at a re-
cent masquerade, was resplendent
with colored streamers, and was
accompanied by several different
kinds of masks. There weren't any
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BESIDES RARITIES like this
and the coil of rope, which was
left inside a gallon pail, Coery does
a brisk business in bags of apples,
packages of bread and bottles of
ink as well as the more usual hats
Most of the people he sees
respond to Coery's smile with
one of their own, he recalls.
And students frequently stop to
pass the time of day with "Jim,"
as they call him.
New Literary Heights
WILD ROSE, Wisc.-The Amer-
ican reader of literature is now
buried under a mass of reading
matter which includes more than
5,000 magazines published in the
United States, with a total of 240
Union Checker Cheers Weary Students
On the Village Square
AT PRICES THAT
VOU ARE HAPPY
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Open Daily 'til 7:30
North Main - Opp. Courthouse
with ANDY DEVINEv
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IN RECALLING the hundreds of concerts he played during the
blitz, Curzon says the worst time he had was when the BBC moved
moved from London to Bristol. Then it was no uncommon experience
for him to hear a nearby building collapse while he was in the mids
of playing a sonata.
Critics say that the war years have left no mark on the
pianist, save in the deepening of his artistry.
For his concert Saturday, Curzon will play Haydn's Andante and
Variations in F minor; Rondo a Cappricio, Op. 129 by Beethoven; ano
Schumann's Sonata in G minor, Op. 22.
BY DUNCAN HINES
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Added - "ONE NOTE TONY" Cartoon
Nights and-Holidays (All Day) 40c - Weekday Matinees 30c
GRAD. ENG. student desires part1
work. Ph. Bob Galin, 9497.
GIRL to help with housework part-
time for room and board in profes-
sor's home 5 blocks from campus. Ap-
ply 1001 Vaughn St. 7-8 p.m. )1H
BRING YOU MUSIC AT ITS FINEST
Thoughtful preparation and understanding of your
desires have resulted in a record stock of unsurpassed
variety. The following are suggestive of the wealth of
music available for your choice. You will enjoy shop-
ping in our spacious departments.
APARTMENT-SIZE Whirl-Dry Washer,
$30. Gall 2-6092 after 5 p.m. )67
LOST AND FOUND
ALOST-Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity pin.
ARGUS C-3 with flash and accessories. Reward; Ph. 2-6500. T. Mock. )16L
Price $50. Call 2-6200. )61 ____________________
WOMAN'S 3 piece, $150, all wool, powder
blue suit. Size 12. Like new. Very
reasonable. Call 2-8276. )62
MAN'S brown tweed suit, size 40, worn
only a few times, $25. Phone 2-3876
after 4 p.m. or any time Thanksgiving.
WATCH FOR THE NEW "CHRISTMAS
SPECIALS" SECTION OF CLASSI-
FIEDS BEGINNING NEXT WEEK.
GET XMAS VALUES THROUGH
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
A lovely selection of
BENDEL and MATCHABELLI
Perfumes and Colognes
CANARIES, PARAKEETS, javarice birds,
tame baby cocketiels. Bird supplies
and cages. Moderate prices. 562 S.
7th. Ph. 5330. )18
FOR MAGIC SPINNING FORMALS
in sizes 9-15 and 10-40
priced from $22.95 to $49.95 visit
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )1
DIAMOND Engagement and Wedding
Ring (can be matched for man's rng
like new. Was $140, sell for $75. Call
LOST-Grey Parker 51, Nov. 16. Please
return. Call 2-4561, Rm. 306. )15L
LOST-Red wallet, angell vicinity. Re-
ward. Needed desperately, no kidding.
Call 2-3159. )3L
MOTION PICTURE PHOTOGRAPHY
"A great asset to any organization."B
1507 White St. Ph. 8975 )6B
NEARLY NEW" QUALITY CLOTHING
Coats, $9 - $25 Suits, $7 - $25
Dresses, $2 - $10 Skirts, $1 - $8
Also other miscellaneous apparel
Hildegarde Shoppe 109 E. Washington
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Ph. 2-9020. )3B
BOUGHT AND SOLD - Men's used
clothing by Ben the Tailor at Sam's
Store, 122 E. Washington. )5B
Standards - Portables
Sold - Rented- Repaired
We also buy used typewriters
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. Univ., 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-1213
VACANCY for 2 male students in a suite
of rooms. 811 E. Ann, Phone 2-2052.
WEEK-END GUESTS? Rooms available
in private homes. Call student Rm.
Bureau, 2-8827, 6:30-8:30 p.m. )2R
WANTED TO RENT
APARTMENT wanted beginning Febru-
ary for married couple. Call 2-4551,
Win a radio in the 1949 Michiganensian
Photo Contest. . . . Watch the Daily
for the rules. . . . Deadline December
15. ) 5P
CLIFF HOFF ORCH.
features Dave Hildinger, Will Brask
and Homer Marple Ph. 2-8808
RIDE to DatonaiBeach, Florida, wanted
for Xmas. Will drive and share ex-
penses. Call Bruce at 6375. )2T
TWO MEN desire ride to Cleveland
Wednesday, P.M. 24th. Will share ex-
penses, driving. Call Dick Newman.
STUDENT and wife want ride to Grand
Rapids. Thanksgiving, phone 2-6111.
RIDE TO NEW JERSEY wanted, Xmas
vacation. Will share driving and ex-
penses. Bob Dobbins 128 Strauss. Call
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Fri.; Sat. 7 P.M. and 9 P.M.
Monroe and Tappan
Tickets on Sale at
University Hall - 1 P.M.
and at time of showing
Sinfonietta - Fiedler
Music of the 18th Century
Royal Phil. - Beecham
Christmas Concerto - Corelli
London Symphony -
Suite for Strings - Purcell
N.Y. Phil. -- Barbirolli
Sleeping Beauty Ballet
Orchestra - Stokowski
Christmas Hymns and Carols
RCA Chorale-Robert Shaw
of Many Lands
Vienna Choir Boys
A German Requiem-Brahms
RCA Chorale-Robert Shaw
The Messiah - Handel
Choruses and Orch.
Hallelujah Chorus - Handel
Royal Phil. Chourus
Magnificent - J. S. Bach
RCA Chorale-Robert Shaw
5287 after 5 p.m.
We will be glad to file your "Letters to Santa" in case
"he" wonders what recordings you especially want.
RECORDS FOR CHILDREN
(In Our Colorful Children's Section)
Short sleeve $5.95-Cardigan $8.95
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306 South State Street
THIS WEEK ONLY!
Get acquainted offer. We will convert
any student's battery portable radic
with 110-volt AC power supply for
Student Radio Service
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and All Day Saturday )5r
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Peter and the Wolf
Rudolph the Reindeer
Why the Chimes Ring
Listen to "'Symphonc
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San Francisco Symphony
The Night Before Christmas
Pee-Wee the Piccolo
Moments" for additional suggestions
Wednesday - 10:00 P.M.
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