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THE MICGN DAILY

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VarietyShow
IssusFinal
Call. for Talent
Today is the Ja t c(hdn ecto com-
pete for appearance in the spring
all-campus Variety Show spon-
sored by the Union, League and
the Glee Clubs-,.
Ini urging students to try out
at the final auditions to be held
from 1 to 3 p.m. today in Rim 3A
of the Union, contest judge Phil
Morris said that there is still
plenty of room for all types of
competition.
Although mouch 'talent has al-
ready been rounded up for the
show, .the spring variety event re-
mains 'nameless while the 'Union
continues its title-choosing con-
test among students through mid-
night tomorrow.- The lucky win-
ner will receive three practical
prizes: a year's subscription to the
Daily, the Gargoyle and the 'En-
sian.
The talent auditions will be-
come the starting point for a new
Union-League cooperative plan--
the Talent File. The purpose of
this file will be to give on and off-
campus groups with talent an op-
portunity for professional appear-
ances. At the same time it will
contain a source of available en-
tertainment for parties and other
events on campus and in neigh-
boring towns.

fCURIE INrER.V IEW:
Lect urer C laiirts Slurs
Ont Frenich.Press False

By PT*YLUIS KULICKi
Calling sus upon the French
press "false propagandw" 'Eve
Curie defended her profesAin in
an interview with The X~aily ye s-
terday.
Miss Curie, co-publisher of the
"Paris Presse,"~ which has the sec-
ond largest circulation in. France,
criticized the American notion
that French newspapers are no-
torious for slanting news and re-
porting unobjectively.
"ALTHIOUGH nD French news-
papers measure ulp to American
papers like the New 'York Times or
Herald Tribune, the French press
operates under much more diffi-
cult conditions," she said.
"The largest daily in France

is limited to four pages by the
government, because of the
dollar shortage." shc said. "This
calls for judicious and difficult
editing.
"But since the newspaper game
is a commercial enterprise, and
especially risky in France, im-
port ant news often has to be sac-
rificed to mnake room for sports
and feature stories which are good
circulation builders," she pointed
out.
"Another reason why French
n.ewspapers have a reputation for
slanting the news is the great
previalency of party organs,," she
;paid. However, these are more like
fparty pamphlets than independent
papers and don't pretend to be
anything else," she continued.

Reveal New.
Adan ,1ces lin
M d alFNotable advances in med ic ise
were disclosed in the meeting here
yesterday of the regional Amer-
ican Federation for Clinical Rr-
search.
A new methlod of adluinistelsing;
penicillin, abolishing discomfort to
the patient while its effectiveness
lasted three times as long, was re-
ported to the conference.
The process consists of injecting
penicillin suspended in peanut oil
and other chemicals, every three
or four days, with no residual
lumps left on the patient's skin.
The report of Dr. Charles F.
Wilkinson, Jr., of the Medical,
School, partially denied the cur,-
rent theory that emotional fac-j
tors or allergies were solely re-
sponsible for all migraine head-
aches.

JONY 4UK>

STARTS TODAYr
MA ! J" l. I y
KIHerii MORGAN
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'I~t o y

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNION OPERA
presents
FROG(GY BOTTO00M
Michigan Theater 8:30 P.M. March 23, 24, 25
($1,80 Seats for Friday sold out.)
Serid me ................ticketis at $2.40 $1.801$1.20
( irrle one)

for

! enclose ca

the March 23, 24, 25 performanice.
(eircle one)
check, money order for $.....,...........
i(clrcle onc)

F!

Payable to the Michigan Union
Name............................
Address...........................
Please enclose self addressed stamped envelope. .

adIt... Use Daily Classified C iillits

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Sugestionis

for

Dining

IREAD J Jjj CLASSIFIEDS

Personals'?

Sales? Housing?

Classifieds solve yur pro blems!~

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RESTAURANT and CANDY SHOP
Rc.asonabl ) lliccJ
LUNCHEON and DINNER
33'2 SOUTH iSTAE,Situ i
NIM S actI IL AJHU

T"he CHATTERBOX
100",' Pure BEEFBURGER on steanmed bun
"THE BEST CHILI"
Always Fresh SILEX COFFEE
Hill and South State Sts.

Names ..0.

(Continued from Page 1)

H. Poindexter, Gladys N. Quale,
Richard M. Rappley, William J.
Reid, Kenneth Riebe, Frak
Rizk, Jack Rose, James M. Ross.
James C. Simpson, James C.
Sisson, Bernard J. Sivak, Seibert
S. Sproull, Albe rt R. Stage, James
E. Sullivan,, Donald A. 'Taylor,
Wallace J. Tornasin, Jobn B. Tre-
zise.
'Mary E. Watkins, Jeraldine L.
Weiss, Richard 0. Whipple, John
P. White, Sarah A. Wilcox, Frank
0. Williams, John M. Wilson, Jack
K. Wirth, Russell J. Zentz.
Continuous, From 1:30 P.M.
25c 'til 5 P.M. . Nights 35c
------TODAY
At 3:15-630-9:45P.M.
OIVI3IE 1
Plus?
iAt 150-5:05--8:20 PM
IJoan Leslie - James Craig
"NORTHWEST STAMPEDE"
SUNDAY

PERSONAL.
A SUGGES8I'ION to our missing s-ae--
man: Stop sending people ir) for
free ink refills. And furthermore,
the down payment oni a Royal port-
able is only $9.50. Office Equipment
Service Com pany, 1116 So. University.
)1B
SPIKE-Strike at .the Union at 1:00
p.m. today for hot time. Must
smugigle in .6 bombs, 4 pistols. 2
knives, and a Japranrese peashooter,
besides the gasoline and fse.Meet;,
me in front at 12:55 and don't, forget
the matches. Smoky. )19P
S O T!DANCE MUSIC
Chuck Downer & Orch. Ph. 25-0031
SOCIAL CHAIR EN: The Mack Fergu-
son Trio is nowt booking spring dates.
Leave calls at 2-4183. ) 13P
MERRY-Go-Roain .Peter Pan Bras-
sieres. Sizes 32-:3 ABC Cuip. Randall's
306 S. State. )lop
LATIN American t~tudent dcsires tu-
toring in English r(onversati0i) . Con-
tact Alvaro Pardii. Rai. 5, Cooley
House, East Quad,1 Ph. 2-4591. 21P'
LOST AND- FOUND
LOST--Black wallet, hlage su11)WWof
money, papers. In'1U-Hall. Friday
morning. Call Wayrw~ Lamerson at
Downtown Postoffice 'or Ph. 6934. Re-
ward. )t62L
LOST-Clg~rette lighter. Call 2-4401,E
317 Adams. Ask for Ken:~ Reward. )61L
LOST-Blue Schealt'fc:r pen with slilver
top between N.S. Aud,. and Parrot.
Call 3529 Stockwell. Reward. )9
LOST-Blue billfold. InitEialed 13M1, ini
Michigag. Theatre Sunday. Cali Bar-
bara Mac Isaac, ' 2-2443.. ) 60L
LOS'-I-D 'bracelet, last Friday between
Angell HalL and Union. "E. N. Rottei-
berg". Call 2-8281. Reward. )54x1
LQ5T--Blue ;sill coin lpurse. (Con fta ined
'tharp 'plate fromt I-udsorts and vcar
key. Call 2-6248 after :. Reward.)5L
LOST-Parker "51" black with silver
top. Name enscribed. Call 2-6248 aIftci'
5, Reward. })56L ,
LOST-Gold I.D. bracelet on Mar. 1 or
2; initials B.M.B. engraved. Senti-
mental value. Ph. 2-4471, Rm. 5559.
) 57L
BLUE FABRIC WALLET' teost in Burtoni
'rower on Feb.'> 28. Contents needed
desperately., eard. Mary Hammond.
Ph. 2-7328. 1014 Vaughn. St. )581.
LOST - Ladies gold Hamilton watch,
black elastic',band, engraived - Mary
Lou Scanlon 6/21/47. Call 2-3839. 52L

BOOKS
BARGAINS IN OLD BOOKS
On All Subjects - Good Browsing
5c and utp
on the Mezzanine
OVERBECK BOOKSTORE
1216 South University 16
REAL ESTATE
:BUY NOW--One. acre ormoraie. Terms if
wlanted, good safe investment. A dlew
sirable scenic spot to build your fu-
ture home. Information, owner, 25-
0656. ) IM
ROOMS FORRENT
ST7UDENT'S roommate wanted, twin
beds. innerspring mattress, also sin-
gale room, near campus. Cooking priv-
Silege. Call 5224, 507 E. Liberty. ) 40R
.LEASANT front room for two male
students oni campus. Phone 2-2052.
)37R
QI1ET well furnished large double
room for male students. Ph. 8746,
)38R
SINGLE ROOM-Man. 300 It. from the
U iigiwecring arch. Ph. 2-3201 days.
) 39R
BUSINESS SERVICES
Electric Shaver Parts and Service
MOSLEY TYPEWRITER CO.
214 F. Washington ) 23B
PIANO INSTRUCTION -- Popular and
classical. Mrs. Hazel Wolfe Brass, 813
Hillcrest Drive, A.A., Phone 2-6227.
) 22B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
'TAILORING
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
)3B
LAUNDRY --- Washing and/or ironing.
Done in my own home. Have stretch-
er for wool socks. Free pickup and
delivery. Phone 2-9020. )2B
LEARN TO DANCE
IMMI1E HUNTr DANCE STUmDIOS
209 1S. State St. Ph. 8161 )5B
EXCESS HAIR removed permanently by
short wave method. Approved by
!Am. Med. Ass'n. Call Marie's Beauty
Shop, 2-6696. ) 14B
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter~.
ations. Prompt service on all altera.-
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 E.
Washington. Phone 2-4669. ) 4B
WE PLAN TO BUILD
several exceptionally nice 3 bedroom
homes on beautiful ? and 1 acre
sites. Only 3 minutes drive from
campus. Sonic will be for sale, others
for rent. For details address Michi-
gan Daily, Box 180. )16B

HELP WANTED _
SHOE SALESMAN -- Experienced, for
part time and Saturday selling. Call
2-6326. J1311
FOR RENT
BACHELOR APT. for 2 an ii. Private
bath, entrance. Garage. 2-78,36. )91"
For good accommodations
bring your overnight of~
weekend guests to tho
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOMErr'
1133 E. Ann Phonl e o8141
_ _ _ TYPING _
TYPING WANTED-Rapid, aceeiifrto. a t
reasonable rates. Phone 2-3 A. w~
TYPING, aceurately, prompz 1tlyexprtly
done by student, ~eea' ie lbss
term paper, ,lt:x pr, ;1,1cm.'~, o'gal
briefs,, lHolwood i an oe Is. stei I ;,
etc- Feepick-up anddeiry b
2-4155,.V
-FOR SALE
UNDERWOOD portable tyl ew ritl.witLh
case $25. Also set of ceng ineetr's i'sw, -
lng instruments $12. Call 2-59i ter5.)6
MATCHED tails and tu xedo, sjze. 391.,
Excellent quality and coidition: 'Dickl
Schultz, 2-3256. )t55
Juiluardi Washable Cordluroy Sits!!
In Twelve Shades Of Sprimmg
Skirt $8.95 Jac'ket $16.95
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )l
IT'S CO'TTON PICKING 'TIME
Every Style, Color, and Fab-rie
you could wish or'. Delightfuly
Tubbable. ConsidetrateClylpriced.$8.95 -.""$25'
THE ELIZABET; H DILLON 81HO1
3 0 9 S o u t h S t a t e S t r ( ,1eet.. P O J E T ,
$32.50 Model made 1)yVO KAR
White They Last-;,7.95
Ab~out 40 In Stock
CALKINS 'IrLETCHER DRUG CO. )9
ENGLIS,Tj three speed bikce, fully equip-,
ped. P£-honec 2-2902. )63
SPECI4L AT SAM'S MSTORE -_
12'2 E. G'w~fihintwi
Navty '7'Shirts, 49c
Army Officers "Pink" Shirts $6.75
Pink Trousers 100% Wool $14.95 )l;
You'll be amazed if Ansco flash kits
satisfy. $22.49 bulbs included.
PURCHASE RADIO and CAMERA SHOP
Church and South U. Phone 8696
_ ) 20B
MODEL A FORD 1931, new differential,
seat covers, new battery and tines.
$150. Call 8859. 1052 Baldwin. )60
TELEVISION
RADIOS SERVICE
-AERO RADIO SALES & SERVICE
Phone 4997 )
'36 !DVEVLROLET Standard Sedan. Good
lrechanical couditio. Price asked.
$200.00. Call John Slater, 2-9318 oer
2-6500.)J
BABY Parakeets and Canaries. Bird
supplies and cages. Moderate prices.
562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )

CAFETER*I

Oiur Doiily Special :Saves Yol u MonIey

to.. COA7 fFEE' SHIOP

211 South State

North of Liberty

I/teal apt C teia
-DAILY SPECIALS .--
Breakfast, Monday thru Friday, 7-10 A.M.
Lunch 1 1 to 1 :30,.., DinnerS5 to 7:00
Sunday 12 to 2:30 and 5 to 7:00
Thru the Arcade - 338 Maynard Street
TignHE TP PE R
Open 24 Hours a Day
FREE DLIVERY
from 8 P.M. 4A.M.
On Any Order $1 .50 and More

Metzger's estaurant
'WhceGood P00( Iiisnres
Your- Heat/h and Our Suwccss
Domestic Beers and Wines

203 E. Washington

Phone 912 6

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HAMBURGERS

WE'J SLJ{VITH' BE3J'T1FOO) IN' 'OWN
Specializing InI

H-OME MADE
'OIiLI

1l3cI

Tender Knit
Steak
Sandwiches

S'J'EAJKS A NT) CHO(PS

IH R i'RIi

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J~tt ; i afe.Nv 'I ,'li from

The LANTERN GARDEN
INe.ir A~l f g~vy '1heatre
Delicious Meals at Reasonable Prices
Chinese and American Cuisine
Closed on :Mondays
PHONE 6380 FOR ORDERS TO TAKE OUT

THE CAMIOUS INN
, q 2 E. Libelty-In the Greene's Clea ns i 3uildin
THE FARM CUPBOARD
',a ~cializing in FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS
Open Daily 11 A.M. to 9 P.M., Except Monday

5400 Pl[ymouth Rd. (on the way to Detroit)

Phone 9387

II

THE BETSY ROSS SHOP
Nickels Arcade
Saturdacy 7:30 - 2:30
OJc 'r 7 :30 - -4:30 Monaday thru Fiday

'HERE IS YOUR GUIDE
To Finer Eating in Ann Arbor
Patronize These Establishments

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Cafeteria Upstairs ... 211 S. State St.

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