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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1948

BRICKS TO RICHES:
'U' Student Achieves Fame
As Movie Star in Germany

Men May Still
Enter ROTC
There is still room in the
R.O.T.C.'s program for ten to fif-
teen veterans with a year's armed
service or more, reports Colonel

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New Set of Flash Cards Take
Shellacking; Ready for Debut
New, super flash cards, displayed in end zone sections at all home
football games, will once again lend moral support to Michigan's
champion Wolverines.
Dark blue on one side and canary yellow on the other, the cards

New Course'
in Child Health
To Be Offered
Healthier babies and children in
Michigan is the aim of special
post-graduate course offered at
University Hospital for practicing

Forensic Group Sponsors Debate

The Michigan High' School For-
ensic Association will sponsor a
debate contest for Michigan high
school students again this fall.
Debating the issues of a pro-
posed federal world government,

awards presented by the Univer-
sity and a $2,500 college scholar-
ship offered by the Detroit Free
Press.
The Association will also spon-
sor hig school competition in dec-
lamation, oratory and extempore

By ITLIAS WAGNER
From bricklayer to European
movie star is the story of William
Sinnigen, University student now
in Germany.,
Ordinarily, he'd be finishing his
last semester here in February.
Through a stroke of luck, however,
the Hawthorne, N.J. Phi Bete is
Varsity Band
Will March at
MSC Game
The strains of "The Victors"
will again be heard when the
University of Michigan Marching
Band makes its first appearance
of the season tomorrow afternoon
at East Lansing.
Between halves of the Michi-
gan-Michigan State football game
the band will assist in the dedi-
cation of MSC's new stadium and
will honor Benny Oosterbaan,
Michigan's new coach.
Before the game begins, the one
hundred twenty members of the
band, led by Drum Major Fred
Breidenbach, will salute Michigan
with "The Victors" and then,
forming the letters HELLO, will
present "Michigan State Fight
Song."
At half-time the members of the
band will form , the letters MSC
and march to the formation
MACKLIN, in honor of the new
stadium. Another formation will
be presented to the tune of "I'm
Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover."

acting in a German movie and
studying at the University of Mu-
nich as well.
LAST JUNE, Sinnigen, 20, em-
barked on a two-month adventure.
He'd contracted to help rebuild
the University of Munich with
several other college students,
with an Austrian-Swiss tour
thrown in.-
Came their farewell party in
late August-and a Bavarian
movie producer saw his chance
to find some American students
for one of his films. He spotted
Sinnigen, a tall, broad-shoul-
dered blond, and put the finger
on him immediately.
From then on, life for the ex-
West Quad resident sounded like
a rags-to-riches success story. Up
to that point, his dramatic experi-
ence was limited to a lead in his
high schoolseniordplay and a
summer of radio drama at Na-
tional Music Camp, Interlochen.
* * *
NOW, PLAYING the part of El-
liot Parker in the film, he is re-
ceiving a copious salary, allow-
ance,, luxurious quarters, and is
studying at the University. Fur-
thermore, the film company has
promised to send him home in
time for Christmas.
Sinnigen is majoring in history
and is a member of Phi Beta
Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi and Phi
Eta Sigma honorary scholastic
fraternities. He has been studying
here as a Rackham undergraduate
scholar and expects to return in
February to complete his senior
year.

Karl E. Henion, Professor of Mili- i have been waterproofed with two coats of shellac.

tary Science and Tactics.
So far this year, the military de-

* * *

THE WOLVERINE Club, sponsor of this activity, revealed that new doctors.

partment on campus has enrolled I cards will replace those used last year.

715 applicants, and expects to
boast a total registration of nearly
750 before the approaching dead-
line. As compared to the figures a
year ago, the number of R.O.T.C.
men exceeds the 1947 total by 527,
as only 188 students took advan-
tage of the 9-unit training pro-
gram last September.
The number this year has been
greatly influenced, of course, by
the present draft legislation, and
exceeds the normal University ex-
pectation by two years, it has boen
estimated.

Each student in the designated sections will find a card and
attached instruction sheet at his seat.
Sophomores, aided by some freshmen will flash the cards.
Cheerleaders will direct students in manipulating their cards.
AN ATTEPMT to procure more vari-colored cards to make pos-
sible displays rivalling those of USC and other West Coast schools is
planned by the Wolverine Club.
The Wolverine Club, an organization concerned with fostering
school spirit, especially toward athletics, sponsors pep rallies, team
sendoffs, receptions for student trains, and the distribution of bas-
ketball tickets.

One course, set for Oct. 27-30,
will reveal recent advances in the
prevention and treatment of
communicable diseases. The
course will be given especially for
specialists in pediatrics.
In addition, a special class in
pediatrics for general practioners
will be offered at the Hospital
during the first two weeks of each
month.
The latter course is co-spon-
sored by the Michigan Depart-
ment of Health and the Michigan
State Medical Society.

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Chap.UNo. 7
"TEX GRANGER" '
Coming "SILVER RIVER" and
SUNDAY "SAINTED SISTERS"

PRICE
POLICY

WEEKDAY MATINEES
Evenings and Sundays

25c
35c

ENDS
SATURDAY!

MICHIGAN

EMPLOYMENT
STUDENT'S WIFE, University graduate,
desiresreading to blind studentsin
Spanish, English or French; baby sit-
ting; typing. Have car. Call 2-3223
between 6:00-7:00 p.m. )1E
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
HELP WANTED
SALESLADIES
FULL TIME OR PART TIME
Hrs. 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Daily Rest Periods
Vacation with Pay
Discount on Merchandis Purchases
S. S. KRESGE DOLLAR STORE
200 South Main )11H
MALE Part-time help wanted. Campus
Inn. 512 E. Liberty. )10H
MALE: Part tIne. 6 days. Evenings and
days. Apply SPUDNUT SHOPPE, 622
E. Liberty after 4 p.m. )5H
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
FOR SALE
1937 FORD, 2-door. Radio and heater.
Good transportation, $225. Washte-
naw Motor Sales. Stadium at Pack-
ard. Ph. 8864 )29
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
SCHWINN men's lightweight. Slightly
used, excellent condition. $65. 8956.
) 23
BIKE-Man's, fine condition, new tires,
tubes. $18. 9179. )22
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
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.)
MICROSCOPE and typewriter - Call
4058-David Sun evenings. Excellent
condition. )3
YES, those same corduroys by Koret
you saw in Mademoiselle you'll see
at the ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP.
)8

STUDENTS taking Hist. Chem. Zool.
etc. You too can have good grades
and not work hard to get them, with
an easy to learn memory system.
Write for complete details to Miles
Service, 5412 E. Washington St. In-
dianapolis, Ind. )3P
A. SPRING
Jewelry Gifts
221 S. 4th Ave Ph. 4834
)4P
SENIORS!
If you want your picture, degree.
hometown in the 1949 Michiganen-
sian make an appointment any after-
noon this week at Ensian Business
office. )1P
Did You Know This About
RANDALL'S?
We are now featuring the
Ship "N" Shore
long sleeved plaid shirt, $3.95
) 2P
FOR SALE
GENUINE CORDE OR FAILLE
CLUTCH BAGS FOR SCHOOL
$2.95 -$3.95 - $4.95
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )2
SCHOLARLY BUDGET STRETCHERS
Our Smart College Fashions. Every-
thing you'll need for your whole
school career at
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP ) 8
RUG FOR SALE: 9x12 brown broad-
loom $45. Call 2-8365 )30
GIRL'S LIGHTWEIGHT BIKE with
brakes. Call 9601 )31
SEASON CHORAL UNION TICKETS
Ph. 2-4309 )32
PHILIPS BIKE: Three speed gears.
Good condition. $65. Meier 2-3143 )39
OIL BURNER UNIT adapts to Village
coal stoves. Saves time, labor, clean-
ing bills. 935 E. Heath Ct. Willow Vil-
lage. ) 34
RADIO PHONO., lamps, Zenith porta-
ble radio and other items to be dis-
posed of in moving from Apt. to
trailer. Call 2-7215 after 3 or 4011
Pauline from 3-6 Friday )35
SLIDE RULE-K & E, Leather Case,
marvelously personality. First $5
takes it. Bob Brown, 1243 Wash.
2-7237 )36
COMPLETE HOSIERY LINES
newest shades - every size
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Building
)15
DORM TOWELS BY CANNON
75c
MATCHING WASH CLOTHS
10c
COUSINS ON STATE STREET

PERSONAL

WANTED
GIRL VOCALIST for established or-
chestra with or without experience.
Ph. 2-8808 7W
WANTED-One football season ticket
desperately! Marcia Halpert, Victor
Vaughn House. Ph. 2-5553 )6W
COUPLE leaving Willow Village. Call
Whilmore Lake, 2021. )3W
SERIOUS Young Graduate Student and
wife desire to exchange expert house-
hold assistance for room and board.
Cabrera. Phone 8144. )5W
BUSINESS SERVICES
INFANT CARE in my home for foot-
ball games. Ph. 7894. )5B
ALTERATIONS - Restyling -Custom
clothes, Hildegarde Shoppe, 109 E.
Washington, Telephone 2-4669. )lB
VRESSMAKING-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 into this 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.

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LOST AND FOUND

Tonite and Saturday Nite

FOUND-Jacket and books on Cam-
pus. See custodian Waterman Gym
before 3:30 p.m. ri. )14L
REWARD for brown Waterman pen.
1226 Maldlen Court, Willow Village.
15L
LOST- P :rescription Ray-Ban sun-
glasses on Det. bus 2 am. Mon. Re-
ward. Call Oliver 2-3343. ) 13L
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. )10L
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

9 to
Midnight

at the DEN

9 to'
Midnight

WANTED Ride for two to Mich. State
game Sat. Call 5054 12-1 or after 4:30.
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. )1T
FOR RENT
7-ROOM Unfurnished Brick House, 4
bedrooms, 2 car garage in Plymouth.
Phone Plymouth 108xJ or 1184W )2F
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

TRANSPORTATION

Cliff Hoff and his All-Campus Band featuring vocals by Pat DuPont
GOOD FOOD and DANCING
ALWAYS at the DEN - So. U. and So. Forest

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"NO CHILDREN ALLOWED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY ANOTHER CHILD"

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illicit love.., a masterpiece of
psychological terror!" -Cue Magazine
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