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'AGE T~WO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TAXI PLEASE!
Buck Rogers Cab System
HelpsHarassedStudents

By JACK BARENSE
Students desperately calling
every cab stand in town to get
a taxi in a hurry are an insti-
tution of the past in Ann Arbor.
It's no super-speed fleet of
taxis that is responsible for the
new order, but radio "controliza-
tion" of most of Ann Arbor's 62
cabs, according to Miss Edna
Rhead, radio dispatcher for a lo-
cal 27-car fleet.
MISS RHEAD receives tele-
phoned cab orders from Mrs. Val-
enda Hebard, then relays them by
short wave to the taxis. They esti-
mate that the use of the radios
makes the fleet 40 per cent more
efficient.
"My biggest troubles," said
Miss Rhead, "is remembering
where all of the cabs are. This

must be known if radio dis-
patching is to function effi-
ciently."
She estimated that over 1,000
persons are carried in an average
day by the cabs directed from her
small office. From 40 to 50 per
cent of these are believed to be
students.
One difficulty connected with
the use of radios is that all the
cab companies in the country op-
erate on two frequencies.
** *
THEY NOW have a signal sys-
tem between the other companies'
so that each knows when the
other is on the air and they don't
interfere with each other.
"The weather was too nice this
winter," said the dispatcher, "but
I guess only people in the cab
business would think so."
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Short Opera
Bi*lTo Begin
Tomorrow
The Department of Speech in
conjunction with the School of
Music will present another of the
popular opera programs which
have become an annual spring
event.
"Gianni Schicc" and "Sister
Angelica," two of Puccini's short
operas, will be presented at 8 p.m.
tomorrow and run through Satur-
day at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
"Gianni Schicchi" is a clever
comedy in one act in which the
music reflects the irony of the
story. The cast includes:
Gianni Schicchi, Malcolm Fos-
ter; Lauretta, Carol Neilson; Zita,
Sally Hediger; Rizuccio, Richard
Miller; Gherardo, Robert Pearson;
Nella, Doris Kays; Gherardino,
Ruth Campbell; Betto, Bertram
Gable; Simone, Jack Wilcox;
Marco, Dale Thompson; La Cies-
ca, Lennis Swift; Master Spinel-
loccio, Howard Street; Amantio di
Nicolao, Robert Elson; Pinellino,
Donald Price; Guccio, Albert
Johnson.
"Sister Angelica" is a romantic
opera in one act with settings in
Italy at the end of the fifteenth
century. In the cast are:
The Lay Sisters, Jean Lyman,
Evelyn Wohlgemuth; Sister An-
gelica, Maryjane Albright; The
Abbess, Elsie Bell; The Mistress
of the Novices, Charlotte Boehm;
The Novices, Dawn Baldauf, Mary
Hammond, Jane Williams; The
Monitor, Joyce Edgar; Sister Lu-
cilla, Ruth Campbell; Sister Os-
mina, Ruth Kluckhohn; Sister
Genevieve, Norma Heyde; Sister
Dolcina, Mary Lou Ewing; The
Nursing Sister, Anne Siegel; The
Touriers, Suzanne Hendrian, Marie
Roth; The Princess, Gloria Gon-
an; The Virgin, Kay Hooper; The
Child, Patricia Herman.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten for to the Ofice or
the Assistant to the President, Room
2552 Administration Building, by 3:04
p.m. on the day preceding publica-
tion (11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1949
VOL. LIX, No. 109
Notices

The Continental Oil Company
of Ponca City, Oklahoma, will
have a representative here on
Wed.. and Thurs,. March 9 and 10,
to interi chemists and chemi-
cal engineers, BS and MS level,
and organic chemists or the Ph.D.
level. For application blanks and
further information, call at the
office of the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3528 Administration Bldg.
Bell Aircraft Corporation will
interview graduate students from
Engineering Mechanics Dept. and
from the Math., Physics, Aero.,
Mech.. and Electrical Engineering!
Departments on Wed., March 9,.
for work in Servomechanisms De-I
velopment and Advanced Develop-
ment work on Missile Programs.
Interviews in Rm. 1079 E. E.
Application blanks available in

the Chemo-Therapy Division,
American Cyanamide Company,
will speak on "Metabolite Antago-
nists" at 4:15 p.m., Wed., March
9, 1400 New Chemistry Bldg.
Education Lecture Series: "The
Aims hnd Program of the Univer-
sity High School," John M. Tryt-
ten, Assistant Professor of Com-
mercial Education and Principal
of the University High School, 7
p.m., Wed., March 9, University
High School Auditcrium. Public is
invited without charge.
A cademic Notices
Physical Chemistry Seminar:
4:10. p.m., Thurs., March 10. 1300
Chemistry, Prof. E. F. Barker will
discuss "The Vibration Spectra of
Ethane, Ethylene, and Diborane."
Concerts
Faculty Recital: Josef Schnel-
ker, Instructor in Organ in the
School of Music, will present a
program. 4:15 p.m. Wed., March 9,
Hill Auditorium. It will include the
first performance in Ann Arbor of
Fantasy and Fugue by Homer
Keller, also a faculty member of
the University of Michigan: Con-
certo Sel Sig. Torelli and Two
Cholral Preludes by Johann Wal-
ther: Chorale Prelude and Prel-
ude and Fugue in E minor by Bux-
tehude; Two Chorale Preludes and
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Passacaglia and Fugue by Bach,
and Sonate ITby Hindemith. The
program will be open to the pub-
lic without charge.
Exhibitions
Museum of Art: Five American
Painters, through March 22;
Alumni Memorial Hall. daily 9-5;
Sundays, 2-5. The public is invit-
ed.
Events Today
Committee on Student Affairs:
Meeting, 3 p.m., Tues.. March 8,
1011 Angell Hall (formerly the Re-
gents' Room).
Senior Society will not meet to-
day as scheduled.
Wolverine Club and the Flash
tContluued on Page 4)
IMICHIGAN
Honored With 51
Awards Including
"BEST PICTURE
OF YEAR
-Hi-Jinx - CBS
"BEST ACTRESS
OF YEAR"
--N.Y. Film Critics Award

Today, Wednesday & Thursday
Matinee 25c, Eve. 35c
3 - Shows Daily -- 3
Shows at 1:30-4:45-8:003P.M.
Feature 1:50-5:05-8:20 P.M.

A,~ ~ i cade"'y /

Note
Unusual
Time
Schedule
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"The BEST Years
of Our Lives
Uncut! 3 hours! Exactly as millions paid
Uncut! prices to see it!

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4 udent Tea: President and AlMIvir. ,m1079.
Rutlven will be at home to stu- Sign schedule on Aero bulletin
dents from 4 to G o'clock Wed., board.
March 9.b
Will all members of the faculty Lectures
and staff who are entitled to park University Lecture: "The Poet
in the restricted areas on the cam- in Any World," Dean Edward Dav-
pus please call at the Information son, Washington and Jefferson
Desk, Second Floor Lobby, Ad- College; auspices of the Depart-
ministration Building, and apply ment of English Language and
for 1949 parking permit plates to Literature. 4:15 p.m., Tues., March
correspond to 1949 automobile li- 8, Rackhlam Amphitheatre.
YOUNG SKATER -"Ricky" cense plates. Hereafter all cars
Cassada, 23',, months old, of must carry permit plates on both American Chemical Society Lee-
Itichmond, Va., strikes out on the front and rear; cars bearing ture: Dr. R. O. Roblin. Director of
his new skates after a learning but one permit plate will be con- -
period that produced more sidered as being illegally parked
downs than ups. and will be treated accordingly.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary 1948-49 LECT
I ll n Jo1)s Senior dues for the literary and I
architecture colleges, music and
1 orestry schools will be collected
To LBe iveii
from 2 to 4:30 p.m. through Fri-
day at a booth in the Administra- 1
Police work for women and op- tion Building.
portunities in social work will be Ann Arbor Exiension Course:
discussed at 4:10 p.m. tomorrow The May Festival section of the
in Rm. 231 Angell Hall. TeMyFsia eto fte
Extension course, "Appreciation
Mrs. Marian G. Hunter, Direc- of Music," given by Professor,
tor, Women's Division, Detroit Po~ Glenn D. McGeoch, will begin
lice Department, who received her Wed., March 16, 7 p.m. Non-credit zL
master's degree in social work course, 8 weeks, fee $7. 206 Burtonk
from the University, will speak on Memorial Tower. The course will
jobs for women in the police de- be devoted to the study of the
partment. 11949 May Festival program. En-
Gertrude Bogart and Jeanne rollment for this course may be
Godfrey, Personnel and Recruit- made at the Extension Service Of- T
ment Committee, American So- fice, 4524 Administration Bldg., or
ciety of Social Workers, will dis- at the first class session.
cuss the openings for men and --
women in social work. #Anyone desiringsphotographiic
There will be a question period prints of the Faust production
following the talks. presented Feb. 26 will please call .HILL AU
The Bureau of Appointments in- at the German Department of-
vites all interested students to at- __ce,_204_University Hall.
tend. -

Presents
"ENGSLAN D
TODAY"
by
HERBERT AGAR
.Brilliant Political and IIistoricaL
Connnentator
Aierican Diplomat in England
Thursday, 8:30 P.M.
ickets $1 50-$1.20-90c (tax inc.)
Box Office Opens Tomorrow
10 A.M.

U R E COURSE

Added! "Bowling Tricks"

DISNEY CARTOON
"SLEEPYTIME DONALD"

A DOUBLE BIi
"SISTER
ANGELICA"
in con
Ticket
BOX OFFICE OPENS DAILY
Lydia Mendels

OPEN TOMORR
THE DEPARTMI
pres
LL OF OPERA
TOMORROW
through
SATURDAY
junction with the School of h
s $1.50, $1.20, 90c (tax inc
10 A.M. - PHONE 6300
ssohn Theatre

OW -8:00P.M.
ENT OF SPEECH
sents
BY PUCCINI
Oc
"GIANNI
SCHICCHI"
Music
luded)

DITORIUM

a - - - -Extra
Donald Duck
"Donald's Happy Birthday"

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Art Cinema League
and
Inter Coop Council
present
'MOVIE OF THE WEEK!~

Daily

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Nickels Arcade
Saturday 7:30 - 2:30
Open 7:30 - 4:30 Monday thru Friday
CANDIES, Inc.
RESTAURANT and CANDY SHOP
Reasonably Priced
LUNCHEON and DINNER
332 SoUTH S'AL STREEr

THE FARM CUPBOARD
Specializing in FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS
Open Daily 11 A.M. o 9 P.M., Except Monday

5400 Plymouth Rd. (on the way to Detroit)

Phone 9387

unless you want to work hard, et no pay, have lots of fun!
U. of M. STUDENT PLAYERS
will hold open tryouts for all parts in BOY MEETS GIRL
"A remarkably hilarious comedy" -BROOKS ATKINSON, New York Tim"es
TONIGHT ... 7:30 ... MICHIGAN LEAGUE
LEADS
C. F. ........ Hollywood producer, extraordinary
SUSI E ........ Cute, dumb, and lovable
LARRY TOMS . Handsome movie cowboy hero
MISS CREWS . .Young career woman
BENSON ..... Happy-Go-Lucky
LAW ........ Sharp as they come

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100% Pure BEEFBURGER on steamed bun
"THE BEST CHILI"
Always Fresh SILEX COFFEE
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break fast, Monday thru Friday, 7-10 AM.
Our Daily Special S.' c YQU Money Lunch 11 to 1 :30... Dinner S to 7:00
211 South State North of Liberty Sunday 12 to 2:30 and 5 to 7:00
Thru the Arcade - 338 Maynard Street

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Where Good Food Insures
Your Health and Our Success
Domestic Beers and Wines
203 E. Washington Phone 9126

THE TOPPER

Open 24 Hours a Day
FREE DELIVERY
from 8 P.M. 4 A.M.
On Any Order $1.50 and More

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Delidous Meals at Reasonable Prices
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10:30 -8:30

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