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The Speech Department's first
major dramatic production for
1949, "The Tragical History of
Doctor Faustus' will be present-
ed Jan. 12 through 15 in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Written by Christopher Mar-
lowe, the seldom done drama is
based on a theme which has prov-
en its popularity in opera and
theatre and has formed the sub-
ject of Thomas Mann's latest
* * *
ONE OF THE most unusual in-
novations in the production will
be the use of incidental music
now being composed by Edward
Chudacoff of the School of Music.
Chudacoff, a well-known mu-
sician studying composition un-
der Prof. Ross Lee Finney, is
planning the music in a mod-
ernistic motif. It will be execut-
ed by a small orchestra aug-
mented by vocal refrains in
which the voices will be utilized
as in a choir.
In addition, the play will be
given added color by a group of
dances which will be directed by
Prof. Laban of the physical edu-
.THE COMPLETE production
will be under the direction of Dr.
Hugh Norton, of the speech de-
partment, the sets being designed
by Jack Bender.
Tickets will be placed on sale
Jan. 10 in the Lydia Mendelssohn
bpx office but mail orders will be
accepted before that date. Special
student rates will be in effect
on the first two nights of the pro-
Be Held Xmas
The Young Progressives will
hold their National Student Con-
ference December 27 to 29 in De-
troit it was announced by Al
Millstein, student director of the
Michigan YP organization.
Purpose of the convention, ac-
cording to Millstein, is to give
members of the YP an opporunity
to participate in planning for pro-
i'lans for latmchtig natinal1
campaigns to build social, recre-
ational, cultural, athletic and ed-
ucational programs; a fight for
federal aid to all students and to
educational institutions which do
not discriminate; a repeal of the
draft; the abolishments of Jim
Crow in the armed service; and a
fight for academic freedom, will
be topics of the convention.
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the Presiaent, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Satur-
WEDNESDAY. DEC. 15, 1948
VOL. LIX, No. 72
Agenda for Student Legislature
Meeting: 7:30 p.m., Wed., Dec. 15,
Grand Rapids Room, Michigan
1. Term reports are due from
committee chairmen at the first
meeting after vacation.
2. Two Leg. members appointed
to serve on- Elections Committee.
3. New by-laws will be available
at the next meeting.
NSA Conmittee: Report
Social Committee: Report
Campus Action Committee: Re-
Culture & Education Committee:
Public Relations Committee:
Varsity Committee: Report
1. Re-definition of Leg. Commit-
2. Proposal to investigate Wom-
en's Judiciary Committee.
3. Proposal to construct perma-
nent band stand in IM Building.
School of Business Administra-
tion: Faculty meeting Thurs., Dec.
16, 3:30 p.m., Room 146 B.A.
A University regulation requires
that all students leaving Ann Ar-
bor for extended vacations must
return Library books before their
departure. The purpose of this
regulation is to insure the avail-
ability of books for scholars who
wish to use them while the Uni-
versity is not in session.
In accordance with this rule,
students planning to spend Christ-
mas vacation outside Ann Arbor
must return Library books to the
Charging Desk of the General Li-
brary (or the proper Divisional
Library) before leaving the city.
Special permission to charge
books for use outside Ann Arbor
may be given in case of urgent
need. Arrangements must be made
at the Charging Desk for books
from the General Library or with
Librarians in charge of Divisional
Students taking Library books
from Ann Arbor without permis-
sion are liable to a fine of $1.00.
Summer Positions: Representa-
tives of Camp Charlevoix, private
boys camp, will be here Wednes-
day afternoon, Dec. 15, and Thurs-
day morning, Dec. 16, to interview
experienced men counselors for po-
sitions next summer. For appoint-
ment and further information, call
at 201 Mason Hall.
The National Bureau of Stand-
ards announces opportunity for
sophomores and juniors to become
acquainted with scientific re-
search in the Federal Government
through summer positions as Stu-
dent Aide Trainees or as Junior
Scientists. For further informa-
tion and application blanks call at
201 Mason Hall.
Veterans presently enrolled un-
der Public Law 346 who plan to
transfer to another college or uni-
versity at the end of the present
semester should call at the Veter-
ans Service Bureau, Rm. 1514,
Rackham Bldg., at their earliest
convenience to make arrange-
ments to obtain a Supplemental
-Certificate of Eligibility for use at
the new school.
Veterans who do not plan to re-
enroll under Public Law 346 for
the second semester, 1948-49, will
receive subsistence and have their
eligibility time deducted through
the month of February, 1949.
Those wishing to conserve their
eligibility may elect to have both
their subsistence and eligibility
time deduction stop at the end of
the semester. Such veterans should
send the following statement prior
to January 5, 1949, to the Regis-
tration and Research Section,
University of Michigan Unit, Vet-
erans Administration, Guardian1
Building, 500 Griswold Street, De-
troit 32, Michigan:
This is to notify you that I will
interrupt my training at the Uni-
versity of Michigan on February
5, 1949, the end of the Fall semes-
ter. I donot desire subsistence al-
lowance beyond that date. Signa-
ture, 'C' Number."
Approved Christmas caroling
Allen Rumsey, Alpha Tau
Omega, Betsy Barbour, Delta Zeta,
Hayden House, Kappa Alpha
Theta, Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma
Chi, Stockwell, Williams House,
Zeta Tau Alpha
Beta Theta Pi, Helen Newberry,
Intercooperative Council, Luther-
an Student Association, Martha
Cook, Michigan Christian Fellow-
ship, Phi Kappa Tau, Roger Wil-
liams Guild, Trigon
Other authorized parties:
Phi Kappa Psi-open house (af-
American Veterans Committee
The Office of Student Affairs
will move from Room 2 University
Hall to 1010 Administration Build-
ing, Tues., Dec. 14. It will be ap-
preciated if anyone wishing to
transact business with the officeI
will wait until Wed., Dec. 15. 1
University Lectures in Journal-
ism: Robert M, Fuoss, managing
editor of the Saturday Evening
Post and alumnus of the Depart-
ment of Journalism, will speak to
journalism concentrates and oth-
er interested University students,
3 p.m., Wed., Dec. 15, Rm. B, Hav-
en Hall. The program will be an
informal discussion in which Mr.
Fuoss will answer questions of
journalism students and others in
the audience. Informal coffee
Lecture: Professor Jose Monte-
sinos of the University of Cali-
fornia will lecture on the subject
"El arte nuevo de Lope de Vega"
at 8 p.m., Thurs., Dec. 16, Assem-
bly Hall, Rackham Bldg.; auspices
of the Department of Romance
Languages and the Sociedad His-
Botanical Seminar: 4 p.m., Dec.
15, 1139 Natural Science Bldg.
Paper: "Botanical Studies in
Haiti" by Elzada U. Clover. Open
Doctoral Examination for Ralph
Leo Witherspoon, Education; the-
sis: "Tests of Concepts of the
Growth of Children as Wholes
from the Data of the Harvard
Growth Study," Thurs,, Dec. 16,
E. Council Rm, Rackham Bldg.,
310 a.m tChairman, W. C Olson.
Geometry Seminar: 3 p.m., Wed.
Dec. 15, 3001 Angell Hall. Miss M.
Comstock will continue on K.
Menger's Algebra of Geometry.
M. P. 111-The Measuring, Gag-
ing and Inspection class will meet
in front of the E. Engineering
Bldg. at 12:45 p.m., Wed., Dec. 15,
to inspect the laboratories of the
Ford Motor Co., meeting at the
Ford Rotunda at 1:30 p.n.
Physical Chemistry - Seminar:
4:07 p.m., Wed., Dec. 15, Rm. 303,
Chem. Bldg. Mr. M. L. Davis will
review "Thermodynamics of the
Hillig will discuss "Correlation of
Chemical and Magnetic Properties
of Nickel Sulfide Forms "
Sections 1 and 2
Quiz over Neurology and Hear-
ing may be taken either Wednes-
day at 2 p.m. or Friday at 2 p.m.,
at the usual classroom.
Sections 3 and 4 will take the
qjiiz on :Thursday.
Zoology Seminar: 7:30 p.m.,
Thirs., Dec. 16, Rackham Amphi-
theatre. Mr. Earl J. Larrison will
report on "Physiographic and Eco-
logic Features Affecting the Dis-
tribution of the Mammals of the
Mount Pilchuck Region, Wash-
ington." Mr. Edwin L. Cooper will
report on "Rate of Growth of the
Brook Trout in ichigan." Open
Student Recital: Doris Gale, pi-
anist, will present a program in
partial fulfillment of the require-
ments for the degree of Bachelor
of Music at 4:15 p. i., Wed., Dec.
15, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. A
pupil of. Maud Okkelberg, Miss
Gale has chosen works by Mozart,
Beethoven, Brahms, Darius Mil-
haud and Sandro Fuga for her
program. The general public is in-
Student Recital: Lisbeth Hilde-
brandt, pianist, will be heard in a
recital at 8:30 p.m., Wed., Dec. 15,
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that the first col-
lege unions founded in the
United States were the Har-
vard. Union and Houston
Hall at the University of
Pennsylvania. The Michigan
Union was among the earl-
iest in this country, being
founded in 1904.
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TOYS WITH DEATH in
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THRILLS - SONGS
Added - "SLICK HARE" Cartoon
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Dupont Zelan Waterproof
Sizes 10-18 $39.95
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
Any Make Any Model
Small down payment will deliver
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. Univ. 2-9409 111 &. 4th, 2-1213
A select group of regular
VAN BOVEN SHIRTS
Especially chosen for the
Christmas Season. $3.85 )4S
BEAUTIFUL HOME-RAISED conaries,
parakeets and finches. Bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruffins. 562 S, 7th.
$2 SWEATER SALE
Choice of Colors
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
HOLIDAY BOUND DRESSES
10.95 TO 39.95
Crepes, Failles, Satins, Taffetas,
in "After 5" or evening styles
Sizes 9-15, 10-44 and 15%-24%
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street
MAX FACTOR & REVLON
These and other Women's furnishings
W l KEL DRUG CO.
1101 South University )S
FOR YOUNG BROTHER OR SISTER
visit SLATER'S children's
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MERCERIZED COTTON ANKLETS
59c pr. WHITE 3 pr. $1.49
Win a radio in the
Photo Contest. ,
for the rules. .
Watch the Daily
TWO DESPERATE NEW YORKERS
Willing to pay OVER usual expense
for round trip home Xmas. Leaving
after Wed., 3 P.M. Phone Ed. 209
Winchell, W.Q. 2-4401. )6P
MERCURY Convertible, 1941 - Good
cond. Heater, Radio. Ph. cash offers
1937 FORD-Good trans. Many recent
repairs, $150.00. Ph. 2-7153 after 6
1935 PLYMOUTH 2-door - Radio &
heater. Mrs. Miller, Univ. Hosp., ext.
430. ) 4U
PLYMOUTH, 1936-Deluxe 4 door se-
dan, in good condition, new tires,
heater, 43,600 miles, one owner. $250
cash for quick sale. Ph. 7778 daytime,
2-8702 eve. )7U
PHIL HANSON USED CARS
1940 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION - 2-
door sedan. Dandruff grey. Radio
and heater. Good engine. Phil Han-
son was almost killed last week when
the brakes failed-brakes are fixed
now. This car rides and drives very
much like a 1940 Studebaker Cham-
PHIL HANSON USED CARS )2U
3060 Washtenaw Ave. Phone 2-8733
SECRETARY-Stenographer, part time
- permanent - executive office. Dr.
Rector, Maternity Hospital, Phone
WANTED TO RENT
NEED APT. in order to gethmarried be-
tween semnesters. Ph. John C. Craw-
ford, Lawyers Club, 4145. )4J
HELP-Wife will leave me unless I
have apartment by 2nd semester, at
latest. Write Box 163. )53
SINGLE; male; student preferred. Close
to campus. Ph. Robbins, 5750 eve.
after 7. )4R
For Good Accommodations
Bring your overnight or
week-end guests to the
PIERCE TRAN'SIENT HOME
1133 East Ann Phone 8144 )5R
DOUBLE room for men available im-
mediately. Just four short blocks to
campus. Newly furnished and excel-
lent bathroom facilities. Reasonably
priced, Inquire 1319 Hill St. )11R
NEW modern duplex, double construc-
ted, insulated, maple furniture, tile
bath, electric range, refrigerator, util-
ity room, thermostatic control, oil
heati, ane apartment. av ailiabie Jan. 1.
;55 and utilities or $,, with utilities
furnished. Reference and deposit. 11
miles North on U.S. 23 and 5 miles
West on Hwy. 36. Hiawatha Beach.
W. J. Baytes, 6466 Lakeshore Drive,
Ph. Brighton, 7-2862. )6R
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TUXEDO - Good condition. Size 34.LOST-Gray covert Topcoat. L. Bam-
Reasonable. Phone 2-3282. )38 berger, Newark, N.J. label. Call 2-4401
217 Adams Hse. Reward. )13L
Home of Genuine
302 SOUTH MAIN
Happy New Year
120 E. Washington St.
Your Favorite Heavy Ribbed
Turned Down Cuff
306 South State Street )
NOW and THURS.!
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We are sure that we can furnish
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your personal choice
CALKINS-FLETCHER DRUG CO
FINER QUALITY DIAMONDS-RINGS
Celebrated Orange Blossom Rings
yellow gold - platinum - white gold
308 South State Street )135,
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
Balance of our winter coats
COONS BOOK STORE
A magazine subscription makes
an easy and ideal
MAKE HER CHRISTMAS COZY
with a Rayon Quilted or
Wool Flannel Robe from the
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Building )15S
For Christmas, Kayser Hosiery
Steals the Show!
$1.50-$1.95-Exciting New Colors-9-11
THE VAN BUREN SHOP
8 Nickels Arcade. 2-2914 )12S
PENS - DESK SETS
Wallets - Briefcases
All Leading Makes
O. D. MORRILL'S
314 South State Street )14S
CANDY IS A DANDY XMAS GIFT
Gilbert's-Whitman's - Schrafft's
727 North University )10S
A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU!
Douglas H. Harris
1113 South University )5S
"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
'47 KAISER-Heater, seat covers, ex-
cellent tires, orig. owner. 2-1764. )40
SKIS-New, 7% ft., maple, Northland
touring skis. Call 2-1413. )37
LUSCIOUS red velvet evening cape,
satin lined. Twenty dollars. Call M.
Gyr, 2-2607 after six. )29
RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIRS-
Quick, competent service by experts.
Aero Radio, 335 S. Main. Ph. 4997. )4
TUX, SIZE 41 - TAILS, size 40. Both
good condition, reasonably priced. Call
Max Brown, 2-4120 in eve. )36
TUX suit, excellent, size 39 reg. $35
Foresters Cruiser Coat, 16 oz. elastic
new, size 39, $20. Sun-Kraft Ultra
Violet Ray Therapy Lamp, new, $40.
520 N. State, Phone 5043. )35
ELECTRIC Hot-Plate Stove, 2 burner,
3 heats each. Like new. $12. Ph.
DIAMOND Ring, quarter-carat, white
gold, platinum insets, $150. Cost $190.
Phone 2-7861 after 4:00 p.m. )32
LOST (on) WEEKEND-Black lace bo-
lero jacket shed somewhere during
evening. Call 2-3203. )12L
LOST-Brown plastic zipper notebook
with Zool. I textbook inside--ex-
tremely important to owner. Reward.
Call 332 Anderson House, 2-4591. )14L
DESPERATE--Lost wallet vicinity of
Hlil & Forest. Nonentity without
identification. Reward. Hildreth Spen-
cer, 725 Church, Phone 6552. ) 11L
STILL LOST-Raleigh bike 2 mo. ago.
Reward for return. Identification:
extra heavy welded rack. Dynahub,
license 1094, serial no. 35480 AL. Please
contact Dawson 7567. )L
FOUND! Camel tracks between gate of
Arb and Huron River banks. Might
be heading toward Orange Lantern.
Can camels swim? I'm on the trail
and guarantee delivery for the 'En-
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Spruce. All sizes. Ideal trees f
sorority and fraternity houses.
1612 Jackson Ave.
d LEAVING for Ironwood Friday. Call
or Ypsi 21778. ) 16T
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WHIZZER Motor-Bike. Excellent con-
dition. New last summer; very little
use. The motor is mounted on
heavy duty Schwinn frame. Inquire
712 E. Washington, Apt. 4, noon or
4 p.m. to 7 p.m. )39
TYPEWRITERS, one Remington, silent
touch, like new, $80. One Woodstock,
No. 1 cond., $50. Call 3-1511, ext.
2157, Manchester 4024 or see R. C.
Hill, 311 North Hall, 11 - 12:30. )30
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
Balance of our winter coats
ONE TUX suit, new, size 39. $35.00 303
S. State St., upstairs. D. W. Marchese
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY - Taxicab
and franchite for sale by graduating
student. Norman E. Hearn, 216 S. In-
galls, Apt. 10. Phone: 2-3426 )15
1949 GOLF EQUIPMENT
and Bagboy collapsible cadycarts
JOHNNY MALLOY PRO PH. 2-2058
STUDENT and wife wish ride Cleve-
land, on or about Mon., Dec. 20.
Phone 2-6111. )15T
WANTED-Ride to Zanesville, O. Con-
tact J. Ramsey, 1113 Ware Ct., Wil-
low Run, or write Box 164, Mich.
Couple desires ride to Atlanta, Georgia
for Xmas. Share expenses and driv-
ing. Phone 2-9523. David Sheddon.
to Billings, Mont., X-
Usual sharing. Call
STUDENT couple want ride to Rich-
mond or Washington. Will share
driving and expenses. D. Park, 1357
Sudbury, Willow Run. )11T
AKRON, OHIO-5 passengers wanted.
Leaving Fri., 10 a.m. or later. 2-2035.
RIDERS WANTED to share expenses to
Miami, Fla., one-way. Call A. K.
Lahti, 2-1948 or 2-4229. )8T
LEAVING for St. Louis, Missouri, Wed.
the 22nd, after 5 p.m. Room for two
riders. Return Sun. the 26th. Mrs.
Miller, Univ. Hosp., ext. 430. )7T
leaving Michiga n nion for Chicago, December 17,
1948 at 4 P.M. Making connections at
Chicago for all points.
Secure tickets and reservations in advance
at Boersma Travel Service, Nickels Arcade or
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