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PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TOP FLIGHT ARTIST:-
V IliitMilstein To0 Play
IConcert fere loday
Nathian Milstein, P,u: iar -b)orn old, Milstein (lid not undertake a
Violinist, will play here at 8:30 career as a "child prodigy." lie
pa.m. Friday in Hill Auditorium, was nineteen whlen hoe made his
first concert tour of .wu:sia, ap-1
ALTHOJUGUHE'I})layed in pub- pearin in recitals with the lead-'
lic when he was o nly ten ytizr: lug or1he5Lru5 ofthe(Colutry.

1.

'U' Professor
To Appear on
TV Program
WJ Holds jPopular
Science Discussion
Prof. 0. W. Boston, chairman of
the Department of Metal Proc-
essing will appear at 5:15 tomor-
row over WWJ TV on the feature
"Television University."
He will be interviewed by Ken
Manuel on the topic "The Age of
Metals and Metal Processing."
Prof. Boston will answer questions
on metallurgy and its interrelated
problems of industry and illustrate
the processes and machinery of
metal making as used by the large
industries producing automobiles,
machine tools and munitions.
ENTERTAINMENT and educa-
tion for persons interested in sci-
entific topics are the purpose of
the program, which~ radio polls
have revealed as most popular
television on WWJ, according to
Boston.
Other University personnel who
have appeared with Manuel on
"Television University" include
Prof. E. W. Conlon and J. W.
Luecht who talked on jet pro-
pulsion. and rockets; and Prof.
Leo Goldberg on the gases of the
sun.

During this period, Milstein
frequently played in recital with
a close friend, destine~d to b~e-
come one of the great pianists
of the generation, Vladimir
Horowitz.
An immeidiate a:jid decisive tri-I
umph came tLO Milstein when he
left Russia in 1925 for Paris to
appear for the first time in the
Western world, Spain was h lis next
stop, and Milstein made extensive
tours through all the musical cen-
ters there.
AFTERt THREE seasons of#
South America and European!
tours, Milstein made his American
debut in 1929 With L)e Phila-
delphia Orchestra under the di-
rection of Leopold Stokowski.
Now, at the age of 42, Mil-
stein is considered at the peaks
of his mastery and stands in
the front row of the world's
great violinists.
Tickets for Milstein's concert
here are on sale at the offices
of the University Musical S~ociety,
Burton Tower.
Zuidema To Talk
For 'U Geol ogI'si
Henry Zuidema, of the Univer-
sity geology department, has been
chosen as the principal speaker
for the spring initiation of Sigma
Gamma Epsilon, national honor-
ary professional fraternity for ge-
ologists, March 9.
He will discuss the "Gros Ventre
River Slide."

[ What's lpoi,11iDni
the "Adam pi Ii>raI tdWId(odi e> i d. X n ih
I CI'Sto th1 !i ' 1)1 Li,?) rrlD n r eo , Pcdii or : Carl Pa::~. a t 11 i l ie: ;iwik
SoeDc odhouse news:; fuuleShoI i hrsreor
Adamis lloi me reidelt i sarer,(, e o umt r iisjk da
ot1e Irnews for the it'I:lp ,I to lionIi Bi t hii or01to0Rm. 1426t;
*:*
[~N IA 4 of thle New Women's Dorn had its first house mt-jugl
Tuesday 'eining. pr'obably the most unique of its kind inr won -'s
(lorn'l i.istory.
'l'he allair was a ('uinbiiiatitrril mevting anLd pajania j~arlvty t
stinoate <tttend.1,('e. Prizes wvere a'wai'ded for oirrtstan11ling cos-
tomes.
Awards for tfo rcsr 1 hieous were w~on byCc,, dgeIan
Doris Smithi, for the funniestby Jeannette r m ithe'mos)t oi fi-
nal by Zulane Tt koff and Sally 'Hechi mn,andrllitee 5ls y 'r~
Lev.1
P'LANS lFOR the E-Que Bll. La>stQuad's mammoth aninal fa
are pi'cgressing rapidly under tie chairmnuship oif Ray Lipt and the
publicity direction ofi Don Kr
Three ballroomrs, plus a fourth for entertaillawnt, will be 11t1l-
izCed for the dance. Each resin Nill have a: diflce tt themeI' asedt
on. a,4eneral integrated idea.
Hamburg, the Quad's mnongrel mascot, has received a special in-
vitation to attend the ball with a companion who will probably be his,
best friend Major, a St. Bernard.
ADAMS HOUSE had its mid-year elections Wednesday for three
positions on the House Council. New officers are Gordon Saxon, presi-
dents; Clifford Voico, social chai'mnan,; and Earl Ebach, athletic chrair-
'I'liursday-eve inrg, Adains electedl floor represenrtaLi V;'s to the
! House Council. They are C)arbel Maier, Tedi Trost, D.«,y Ainiomi,
Fred. Henderson, Herb Kiravitz, Al Weinstein, Tair Schulte and
Herb Niel,
TT~IURSD/IX EVENING' in Lthe ihtydern House Lounge, prof. TIho'-
ley H. Bartlett of I he botay depa,,irtent dedicated a picture of Pr~of.
Joseph Hayden which was : presented to the hou:,e by Mrs. HaydenL.
Ti'ith entniLie Dceveeloi
May Gain i- on1-vie-6t's Freedoml

r

Trudy MarshAlli "

NOW
OPEN SUNDAY
1030-8-30
7+e PRROT (l'etaulwant
j NIM~S andMILLER

STARTS TODAY
M~~NIHT TEDY40t,

FRIEN^DS-Ynseparable buddies, this trio found grounds for
enduring frien dship recently in Lorain, Ohio. Barry 'Wilson found
the dog, Pete-, and the cat, Sandy, destitute on a downtown street.
Feeling rosy in their new home, the pair accepted the rat, later
noamed Al, who happened to crawl in one night.
Armiy O ffers New Careers
Itor LollegeTraiiied Woment

i

MICHIIGAN

Matinees Only Today
at 1:00 and 3:00
Final Feature at 3:30

Ca'ry Grant
to DON HARTMAN'S production
Every Girl Should
BeMrid
_____ ____ ___-SUNDAY
JAMES JOAN
STEART FONTAI NE
iin "You. Gotta Stay Happy"_

National Army headquarters is
trying hard to d:1iprove t'the age-
old supposition that a woman's1
place is in the .home.
A call has been sent; out for fe-
male graduates of U.S. colleges
and universities who desire a ca-
reer in the regular Army, Wo-
men's Medical Specialist Corps.
The only hitch itihe picture is,
the gals must be husbandless or
it's no go.
ACCORDING 'CO A plan form-
ulated by Maj.-Gen. -Raymond W.
Bliss, Army Surgeon General, all
womlen who apply and are accep-
ted will start with professional
graduate training at Brooke Army
Medical Center, Fort Sam IHus-
ton, Tex.
There the lassies must em-
bark on a 2-month basic Medi-
cal Department female officers'
couirse, administered by quali-
fied army instructors.
After getting the nod from the
higher-ups, the women will choose
courses from one of the following
specialized trann fields, each
offered for at,1 iul year:I
Dietetic lnriisiip P'ga
Physica" 'ih(-rajy Tra1ining P1'[.ro-
grain; or Occupational ThewrapE yI
Clinical Affiliation Programn.
THE RLQ UI-F,]1NTS for en1-
trance into this Specialist Coi'ps
The Ann Arbor Bank has an-1
niouncted plans for' the opening of i
its second camp:us branch to be
located on S. University Ave.
Rudolph Reichert said the
branch, which is intended to re-
lieve the congestion in the State
St. branch, will be located at 110 I
S. University in the building for-
merly occupied by thme Mademoi-
selle Shop.
Remodeling, expected to cost
about $12,000, is now under way..

stipulate that a pplicants be at
least 21 and not over 25. She must
be a full-tledged U.S. citizen, un-
married, and pass certain physi-
cal and moral qualifications.
Further, each hopeful must
agree to apply for an accepted
commission of Second Lieuten-
ant in the Organized Reserve
Corps, and to serve a 2-year
term in the Corps.
She'll be obliged to declare, in
writing, her intention to apply for
a commission in the Specialist
Corps upon completing her course
of study.
IN A lDI"fl'ION, she must be a
graduate or a prospective gradu-
ate of a college or university ac-
ceptable to Surgeon General Bliss.
For further information on the
subjiect and for an application
form, all interested women should
contact ROTC Hea dquarters on
campus.

221.1 South State

Metzger's Restaurant
Where Good Food Insures
Your Health and Our Success
Domestic Beers and Wines

CAFETERIA

Truth sermntreatments and lie
detector tests taken by William A.
'adgett have taken tile twit( col-
,;cted murder iel'endanIm' w i cisrto
:reeclotn.
Padgett was sentenced to life
mprisonment in 1935 for the mur'-
der of Ann Ar'bor' policeman Clif-
'ord A. Stang.
DR. GEORGE COOK of the
Ionia State Hlospital saidl yester-'
Jay that celic anditriuth seruin
Treatmenlts inilie a(t Placlgel t's inr-
nocence.

Padgett has c'oiltin ual ly
claimed that lie was in gook,t
Pa., on the day Stan'-, was slain
in an attempted clothinig stor°e
hold-ip in Ann Arbor'.
George Bur'ke, Jr.. Ann Arbor
attor'ney representing Padgett,
*aid that, on theybsisof Ithese
tests and new evide nce support-
lng Padgett's contention that he
was in Yoi'k, Pa., he would ask
theC State Parole Board for either
a commnutationl of the senltn('e or
a full parldonl.

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ALL GIRL ORCHESTRA
Under the Direction
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Box Office Opens Today at 10 ANM
- 1.80 - 2.40 - 3.00 Inc. tax

BOOKS
BARGAINS IN OLD BOOKS
On All Sublectfi -- Good Browsing
on the Mezzainine
OVERBECK BOOKSTORE
1216 South University, 16
PERSONAL
H1JH- Please come back. Can't live
without you. Please!! Ellen. ) iSP
COTTON SLIP by Realcraft, sanforized,
eyelet trim., sires 32-38. $1.79. Ran-
dali's, 306 South State St. })lop
SOCI[AL CHAIRMEN: Tile Mack Fergu-
son Trio is now booking wpring dates.
Leave calls at 2-4183. })13P
FOR SATURDAY BRUNCH AT THE
CORNER HOUSE
Scrambled eggs, toast, coffee, .45
Waffle, syrup, butter, .30
Weekdays, 11 a.m.-l p.m. )lip
ROOMS FOR RENT
DOUBLE ROOM for 2 male students.
Pleasant front room. Phone 2-2052.
)37R

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WE LIKE
DELIVERY GRIPES
--I F ---
YOU aren't getting 7:45
A.M. delivery,
YOUR Daily is not on
your porch
YOUR Daily delivery ser-
vice is in any way un-
satisfactory,
Please
Call 2-3241
CIRCULATION DEPT.
GUARANTEED
DELIVERY SERVICE
HELP WANTED
SALESLADIES. Experienced. Suits,
Coats, and dresses. Full or part time.
Dixie Shops, 224 S. Main. )7H
TYPING
TYPING WANTED, rapid, accurate, at
reasonabi') rates. Phone 2-3357. }1W
FOR RENT
TWO-ROOM par tly tftrtished apart-'
ment, $75 per month. Phone 6415.
FOR goo(d accommtrodat ions, r ur
overnight or week-end guests tor,,the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
113 E. Ann Phone' 8144

LOST AND FOUND
FOUND---One gray topcoat. Cl'~ti243:72.
) 44 L
LOST--Black Schaeffer peni withi silver
top. Please call 2-64613. )47L
LOST--K&E Slide Ru le. Name on case',
P. R. Visset'. Picase plint'.51 Ply-
mtou~th. lRewatrd
LOST: Black leather pcketbook. liii-
als KT, wit little money, but ID
card, license, etc.. of value to me
alone, on 'Thur's. eve., Feb. 24, ini or
around Natural Science Bling. Re-
turn to 1037 NS or 1210 Camtbridge
Ct. appreciate'd.
A DESCRIPTrION of our msigsls
man: He has a portable hat, a port-
able hip flask, and carries a load of
portable typewriters. If you meet
someone that fit~s this description
and is mtuttering, "$9.50 down,." please
call 2-9409. Off ice Equipment Service
Company,11163 So.Univ ersttv..) lB
BUSINESS SERVICES
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUN'r DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 816L )5B
EXCESS HAIR removed permanently by
short wave method. Approved by
Am. Med. Ass'n. Call Marie's Beauty
Shop, 2-6696. )14B
LAUNDRY - Washing and or ironing.
Done in my home. Free pickup and
delivery. Phone 29020. )2B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Prices Reasonable 22020
3B
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
ations. Prompt service on all altera-
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 E,
Washington. Ph~one 2-4669. )4B
DRESS MAKING, Alterations anid cus-
tom made clothes. Call 8350. )1i5B
WE PLAN TO BUILD
several exceptionally ice, 3 bedroom
homes on beautviful 1.axd acre
sites. Only 3 minies drive 1fromn
campus. Somes'vIIl Eitt' 1orsul,,others
tot' rent. For' del:ilIs acdtt'-,s Michii-
gan Daily, Box 180t. i)16B

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5 ]?12 As'rW11 IA \4PHONr 5902
. t it.feo tesfrom ('attiputs,
ThJANTRNGARE
Near Michigan Theatre
Delicious Meals at Reasonable Prices
Chinese and American Cuisine
Closed on Mondays
PHONE 6380 FOR ORDERS TO TAKE OUT
Th HATTE Rh%,BOX
'10014 Pure BEEFBURGER on steamed bun
"THE BEST CHILI"
Always Fresh SI LEX COFFEE
Hill and South State Sts.
DAILY SPECIALS --
Lunch 11 to 1:30 ... Dinner 5to 7:0
Sunday 12 to 2:30 and 5 to 7:00
Thru the Arcade -- 338 Maynard Street

Td ay!

IROOMS for Male Students, near Cam-
pus. Phone 4422. C. E. Perrine. )26R
WEEKEND ROOMS available in private
homes. Call Student Room Bureau,
2-8827, 11:30-12, 6:30-7:00. )IR.
NOTICE GI's-Rooms for rent for sumr-
mer months with or without board.
1108 Hill, 2-8266.
DOUBLE room equipped for students
cornfort. Would consider single oc-
cupant. P1h. 8278. }35R
STUDENT room-mate wanted to share
double room. Twin beds. One block
front Law Club. Contact Bob Meyers
after 5 p. in., 518 Monroe. ) 33R
ARBORETUM at the door, shower, sep-
arate entrance. Room for male stud-
ent to share with graduate. Call
2-3080. )36R
- FOR SALE
LEICA Camera, 1l1ke new. Call 7880 or
:psi 454-J. )51
CLARINET. B Flat Ebonite. Write Box
179, Michigan Daily. )5
TYPEWRITER-Old, but in good run-
ning condition. X15. Call 7110 eve-
nings. ) 57
'36 CHEVROLET Standard Sedan. (jood
mechanical eondit ion. Price asked,
$200.00. Call J ,ohn Slater, 2-9318 or
2-6500. )55
BABY Parakeets and Canaries. BirdI
supplies andI cages. Moderate prices,1
562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )
UNDERWOOD No. 5 upright typewriter,
elite type. Standard keyboard and all
features except touch regulator. $30.
'rele. 9692. )5'3
LUCKY YOU! Short - Medium - Long
When you buy prop~ortionate skirts
in fine worsted wool-n-wool
rayon gabardine at
THE ELIZABETH DILLON, SHOP
309 Sou~th iit-Ae Street
I 21I E-Ha.vnerrzzFre~r ync rmodel. nd-~

THE TOPPER
Open 24 Hours a Dray
FREE DELIVERY
from 8 P.M. 4 A.M.
On Any Order $1 .50 and More

HAMBURGERS
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eak
Viches

THE CAMPUS INN
512 Fi. 1ibi eIt. -In thle Greene's Cleaner Building
THE FARM CUPBOARD
Specializing in FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS
Open Doily I1I A.M. to 9 P.M., Except Monday

5400 Plymouth Rd. (on the way to Detroit)

Phone 9387

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