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THE IVI!CHIsGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1949

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HO IS SYLVIA?
Lovely Barmaid Spurs
Suds Sales in Loc tPub

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Will Shakespeare once asked,
"Who is Sylvia?"
F 1e'd be mighty surprised to
,find the answer to his query in a
tavern, but suds-addicted Ann Ar-
;borites have discovered her serv-
ing beer to thirsty patrons in an
~E. Libert St. bar.
,'
SYLVIA's presence has been of-
fered as partial explanation for
the tavern's popularity. Just as
many customers show up to joke
with her as they sip beer, she says.
"Everyone usually ends up in
Organizations
Plan Exhibits
Campus organizations will get a
chance to acquaint students with
their myriad activities in' a dis-
play to be set up from Wednesday,
Feb. 2, to Saturday, Feb. 5, in the
League lobby.
The League and Union, co-
sponsors of the Orientation Week
exhibit, point out that the display
will aid newly-eligible freshmen to
become familiar with the activi-
ties of various groups.
They have especially urged hon-
orary organizations to contribute
to the exhibit.
Organizations interested in par-
ticipating may make reservations
with Miss Ethel McCormick or
Miss Margaret Morgan by Tues-
day, Feb. 1 at the League Under-
graduate Offices.
Examination Error
The political science 2 exami-
nation, omitted from The Daily's
exam schedule, will be held from
2-5 p.m., Mon., Jan. 17. Rooms
will be designated by instructors.

the latter category though," she
declared.
Making hundreds of short trips
to booths daily doesn't give rise
to squawks on her part, she
claims. "But barmaid work has
its ups and downs as well as any
other occupation," she pointed
out.
SYLVIA finds her career en-
ables her to get a good cross-sec-
tion of life. "Every type imagine-
able, from frustrated minors with
false I.D. to hardened guzzlers
pass through a bar's portals," she
reports.
Whenever a squabble arises,
Sylvia usually manages to find
herself in the thick of it, sur-
rounded on all sides by beer-
filled antagonists. She handles
such situations with kid gloves,
wielding her womanly tact, and
by employing "subtlety."
Common vulgarisms are taboo
with her. Sylvia prefers to tell
rowdies what big babies they are,
or to send them home to fight
with their wives.
Generally, it calms things down.
A fitting tribute is due Sylvia,
the unsung heroine in a scorned
but essential role. For, after all,
she quips, "What would parched
throats do without this all-im-
portant liaison which I repre-
sent?"
Sports Equipment
Athletic equipment from T-
shirts to tennis racquets are again
being sold at no profit by AIM to
any independent man on campus.
Men interested in getting ath-
letic equipment may contact Stu
Hertzberg, 328 Michigan House,
phone 2-4401, or come to Rm. 3-C,
Union, between 2 and 3 p.m. Mon-
days and Fridays next semester.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in The Daily Official brary books are due no later than Administration Building, not later ating, leaving school, or changing
Bulletin is constructive notice to all Fri., Jan. 14. than Friday, Jan. 21. address to notify the Bureau of
members of the University. Notices Arrangements for house parties any such changes.
for the Bulletin should be sent in irrngemen or h tesa suh chae
typewritten form to the Office of the College of Engineering Regis- involving women overnight guests Although there are no company
Assistant to the President, Room 1021 tration Material: Students en- in men's residences must be ap- interviews scheduled for the finial
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day rolled in the current term should proved at the Office of the Dean examinations period, the Bureau
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays). call for Spring term registration of Women, 1514 Administration will still receive calls from em-
____ays_. material at 244 W. Engineering Building. Any woman student in- ployers. Students are welcome to
FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, '1949 Bldg., beginning Tues., Jan. 18 vited to be an overnight guest at a come to the office any day after
VOL: LIX, No. 84 through Fri., Jan. 21, and on Mon. house party air a men's residence Mon., Jan. 17, to look through
___.___X N 4and Tues., Jan. 24 and 25. 8:30 is instructed to call in person at these calls.
a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30 to 5 p.m. the Office of the Dean of Women --- -
Notices before the week-end to secure Academic Notices
Applcaton or rans i su- 'written permission slip to present
To all students having Library Application for grants in sup- to her own housemother. This ap- Doctoral Examination for Shin-
books:yport of research projects: Faculty plies only to overnight permission Min Jen, Engineering Mechanics;
. Students having in their prs o h a f o to stay in men's residences. thesis: "Bending of Circular
sessio books borrogwin ed r s-grants from the Research funds to Women students have 4 a.m. per- Plates," 3 p.m., Thurs., Jan. 20,
session books borrowed from the support research projects duringmssn nhemnngofFb41A .EgnergBd.Chr-
General Library or its branches the next fiscal year should file mission on the mornings of Feb- 411A W. Engineering Bldg. Chair-
are notified that such books are their applications in the office of ruary 5 andd. Calling-hours will min, E. L. Eriksen.
due Wed., Jan. 19. the Graduate School by Friday, not be extended.r E--C
2. Students having special need Feb. 4, 1949. Application forms Students, College of Literature, ence Boersma, German; thesis:
for certain books between Jan. 19 will be mailed or can be obtained SientsCong oLerArs:n"Theruatn ean the
and Jan. 28 may retain such books in 1006 Rackham. Bldg., telephone Science, and the Arts: "The Educational Ideal in the
for that period by renewing them 372. Applications for scholarships Major Works of Hermann Hesse,"
far thChargingDyenk nfor the academic year 1949-50 are 9 a.m., Sat., Jan. 29, F. Council
at the Charging Desk. Women students wishing to be now available in 1220 Angell Hall. Room, Rackham Bldg. Chairman,
3. The flames of all students out of their houses over night dur- All applications must be returned F, B. Wahr.
who have not cleared their rec- ing the final examination period to that office by March 1. Appli-
ords at the Library by Fri., Jan. may arrange with their house di- cants must have had at least two Biological Chemistry Seminar:
28 will be sent to the Cashier's Of- rectors. Late permissions, as dis- semesters of residence in this Col- Fri., Jan. 14, 4 p.m., 319 W. Medi-
fice and their credits and grades tinguished from overnight per- lege. cal Bldg. Subject-"Plasma Pro-
will be withheld until such time missions, will be handled by the teins in Relation to Some Bio-
as said records are cleared in Office of the Dean of Women and Approved social events. for the chemical Tests of Clinical Sig-
compliance with the regulations will be granted only under very coming weekend: nificance." All interested are in-
of the Regents. unusual circumstances. Overnight January 14 vited.
guests are not permitted during Congregational Disciples Guild,
All German departmental li- the examination period. Zeta Psi Biological Chemistry 125: Per-
January 15 mission to elect this course, which
.e i E J-Hop Weekend: Student groups Alpha Sigma Phi is given for students in the bio-
Seientifie Exploration wishing to have parties on J-Hop Delta Sigma Delta logical and physical sciences and
BERLIN-The first great min- week-end must file applications in which the emphasis is on gen-
eralogist and geologist was a Ger- for approval for specific events in The Bureau of Appointments eral biochemistry, must be ob-
man physician, Georgius Agricola. the Office of Student Affairs, 1020 wishes to remind students gradu- (Continued on Page 4)
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FOR SALE
TAILS, size 36. Excellent condition, $15.
Phone 3-1511, Ext. 2554 daytime. $27
COMPLETE suit of tails, size 37-38. Like
new. Call Bill, 5806. )20
STUDIO Couch, good condition. Call
7435 evenings. )17
NEW coolerator, family size, bargain;
girl's bicycle, good condition, bar-
gain. Call 4145 (D-15) )16
TUX, size 40 long; tails, size 36. Excel-
lent condition. Ph. 5539. )15
FRATERNITY HOUSE, built for that
purpose. Close to campus. Room for
34 students. Terms. Call2-9245. )21
1947 STUDE. Champ., reg. D'L'X, 4 dr.
Fully equipped. Phone Snider, 8068.
)24
ADMIRAL Record Changer; Firestone
Bicycle. Graduating, must sell. Bob
Leopold, 2-7862. ) 26
RALEIGH Lenton Sports Bicycle, 3-
speed, all accessories. Dave Lull,
6284. )25
COLUMBIA Bike. 2 new tires. Phoebus
gen. light system. No rust. Be pre-
pared now for spring. $20.00. Ph.
2-4382. )28
MUST Sell. Complete tails 37-38, large
desk, fluorescent study light, book
cases, bicycle, ice skates, size 10, Frig-
ideaire, Magic Chef range, other
items. Call 2-6200. )23
FULL dress suit and Chesterfield coat,
size 36 short. Opera hat, size 71,1.
Excellent quality and condition. Ph.
Saline 86R3. )22
MATCHING couch and chair, dresser
and desk in excellent condition at
reasonable prices. Have had tender-
est care. Call 2-8277 or view at Apt.
2, 922 S. State. )18
FOR RUSHING PARTIES
We are now showing our tissue crepe
dresses in dark and bright shades
$19.95 - $29.95
COUSINS ON STATE STREET ) l
PLYMOUTH Coupe, 1933. Good gas
mileage, very low oil consumption.
sealed beam headlights, radio, heater
Motor and tires in good condition,
$150. Call 2-7643 after 5 p.m. )8
BABY Parakeets and Canaries. Bird
supplies and cages. Moderate prices.
562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )5

FOR SALE
SAVE 1 ON DRESSES
Whether you wear size 9-15, 10-44, or
16%-24%, gabardines, crepes and wools
priced $12.95 to $39.95 are going out
at half price.
The Elizabeth Dillon Shop, 309 S. State
MODERN small home - 2 bedrooms,
livingroom, large kitchen and dining
area, gas heat hot water heater, storm
windows. venetian blinds, full screens
140x49 ft. corner lot, fenced in back
yard, full basement, on bus line and
near schools. Phone 2-6392. )13
PORTABLE Royal Typewriter for sale.
422 Hamilton Place. )14
WANTED TO TRADE
N.Y.C. APT. TO EXCHANGE
for 1-2 room furn. apt. In Ann Arbor.
Phone 9497. )2J
WANTED TO RENT
2 GRAD. nurses desire 2-3 room apart-
ment, near hospital or busline. Box
172. )3N
FURNISHED Apartment or rooms in or
around Ann Arbor near bus route.
Before end of month, call Max, tel.
8468. )4N
LOST AND FOUND
SLIDE RULE lost. K&E log log duplex.
5759 after 6 p.m. Reward. )7L

USED CARS
Going West?
Phil Hanson says, "All my cars are fac-
ing west this week andi are ready toI
drive west. I've moved my desk and
phone around so that I can face west
when 1 describe my cars. I even eat
Denver sandwiches for lunch and talk
with a Hollywood Blvd. drawl. Look-
over this list of "Western Cars."'
1947 Chev. Fleetline Aero sedan.. $1795
$619 down
1948 Ford Fordor sedan..........$1645
$566 down-
1946 Ford coupe .................$1195
$408 down;
1941 Chevrolet club coupe ........$950
$3"26 clown
1941 Chevrolet town sedan ...... $925
$319 down
1939 Mercury Fordor.............. $675
$234 clown
Phil Hanson Used Cars
3060 Washtenaw Ave. Phone 2-7833
BUSINESS SERVICES
BABY SITTING
References. Ph. 9826 )4B
TYPING WANTED. Rapid, accurate.
reasonable rates. Phone 2-3357. )8B
MOTION PICTURE PHOTOGRAPHY
"A great asset to any organization"
1507 White St. Ph. 8975 )6B
DRESSMAKING - ALTERATIONS
Formals a Specialty - Prices Reasonable
205 East Ann 2-2020
) 2B
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

ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS for two graduate girls at 518
S. Division. )3X
HALF of Double-Kitchen privileges,
linen 'and maid service. Bus direct to
campus. Phone 2-9318. )2X
FOR RENT
Make Reservations for Your
J-Hop Guests at
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 East Ann Phone 8144 )5R
EMPLOYMENT
TUTORING in French by former teach-
er. Mr. Russell, Ph. 2-9838. )1E
SENIOR Engine student will pay $5.00
for information resulting in part-
time employment. Ypsi 4280J1. )3E
HELP WANTED
Men for Sales Work
CONTACTING PHYSICIANS,
HOSPITALS, ETC.
Long established nationally known
ethical pharmaceutical manufacturer
has limited number of openings for
men interested in contacting physi-
cians to promote and interpret most
recent developments of medical and
pharmaceutical research. Permanen-
cy, security and excellent opportuni-
ties for advancement for successful
men in this organization. Salary and
Expense. Min. of 3 yrs. of college
work with major in biological sci-
ences such as Zool., Comp. Anal.,
Physiology, Bacteriology, Org. Chem.,
etc. Age 23-30.
BUREAU OF APPOINTMENTS
3528 Admin. Bldg. Aft. Mon., Jan. 17
TRANSPORTATION
COUPLE urgently need ride to N.Y.
Can leave Jan. 26. Share driving,
costs. Lou Allen, 708 E. Kingsley. )1T

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wrist watch,
Mich. House,

gold
West
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Friday and Saturday,

Jan. 21 and 22
8:30 P.M.

GLASSES lost Fri. on S. Univ. Please
contact Manvel Coombs. Ph. 8298.
)6L
LOST at Paul Bunyan, Ronson cigar-
ette lighter. Initials G.E.H. Senti-I
mental value. Reward. Call Kenneth
Henry, collect, Ypsi 4202W1.
A REWARD for any information lead-
ing to recovery of any objects taken
from Kappa Sig house on Sat. A.M.
)5L
FOUND--Gold wrist watch in vicinity
of the Mich. Union. Owner may claim
by identification and payment for
this ad. Contact Federspiel, 430 Mich,
Hse. ) 4L

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ORPHEUM
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Bringing
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From All Nations

LOST-Black leather wallet, between
707 Oxford Rd. and Brockman Blvd.
sometime Monday. Name inside with
papers, money. Webb Wilson, 2-3256.
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Custom Clothes - Restyling - Alterations
Prompt Service on all alterations
Hildegarde Shoppe 109 E. Washington
Phone 2-4669 )1B
Any Make Any Model
PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS
Small down payment will deliver
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. Univ., 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-1213
) 6B
Is Your Clothes Closet Cluttered
with Clocks?
Dump them in our lap. We won't fool
with antiques at present, but we will
fix that little monster that gets you
up in the morning. We guarantee
our work and promise you that you
can afford our prices. Rush that
clock to the nearest Veterans Watch
Repair Service Station.

MARRIED couple interested in sharing
expenses with another couple with
transportation on skiing trip between
semesters. Call 2-8370. )2T
GRADUATING STUDENTS!!
Free cstimates and cheerful advice
about your moving problems.
Whether You're Moving
A Few Blocks
A Few Miles
Across Country
Or if you wish to have your things
stored or prepared for overseas ship-
ment, call
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