THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 149
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By ROMA LIPSKY
She's been in lit school, art
school, and is getting her degree
in music, but Arlynn Rosen main-
tains that her field of concentra-
tion is really NSA.
And while others spend hours
with their books, the secretary of
the Michigan Region of the Na-
tional Students Association finds
that a typewriter is her constant
ARLYNN IS ALSO becoming
proficient in the art of telephone
dictation, and is seen so often at
The Daily phones that she is called
an ex-officio staff member.
Her NSA activities began about
two years ago, and a few months
later, she was-elected to Student
Legislature. During her second
semester on SL she served as
chairman of the NSA commit-
Last summer, 'she was a dele-
gate to the national NSA conven-
"IT'S A HORRIBLE rumor that
the more activities you're in, the
better your grades are," she says,
"I DON'T have enough time!"
Besides her NSA activities,
Arlynn finds that being Senior
Class vice-president is a full-time
"The biggest thrill of my life
was going through the front door
cf the Union on the night of the
Senior Class elections," Arlynn de-
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ALTHOUGH the official Uni-
versity records list her name as
Arlynn Rosen, she answers to
"Toni," a name acquired in high
school because of her resemblance
dormitory dinner tables. Arlynn,
one of Newberry's waitresses ex-
cellente, says that her pet peeve is
"people who order soup at lunch
and don't finish it." But even
worse than this are people who
place special orders for tea.
HER FAVORITE story is Alice
in Wonderland, "because it is so
whimsical," and favorite composer
Arlynn has spent the last five
summers at Interlocken, nation-
al music camp run by the Uni-
versity, where she studies piano,
voice, and flute.
During the school year she con-1
tinues the flute lessons, and sings
in Choral Union and the Univer-
sity Choir. She was also in the
cast of the Gilbert and Sullivan
Society's production "The Mikado"
presented last spring.
She is a member of Senior Soci-
ety, honorary woman's association.
SHE CLAIMS to be "just mad"
for sailing and flying. "I took fly-
ing lessons a few years ago, but
stopped after skinning the tops of
every telephone pole and tree in
the vicinity of the airport," she
Arlynn is planning to go toj
France after graduation this June,
where she will study political sci-
ence at the University of Paris.
NEW HAVEN - The 189-foot
wing span on the Navy's 190 pas-
senger plane, Constitution, is
longer than an LCI (Landing
Let's study to music!
Having lugged a portable of in-
det erminable weight 'from the
wooly wilds of New Hampshire, I
found that until recently my prize
music box, on which I manage
with difficulty to locate three sta-
tions, was being used by well-
meaning friends for a foot-stool.
THEREFORE, the new plan,
"study to music." On Sundays,
while you ponder over the intraca-
cies of international law or eco-
nomics, why not tune in to the
New York Philharmonic Orches-
tra? (3 p.m. WJR). Today, Bruno
Walter will continue a Beethoven
Cycle and distinguished violin vir-
tuoso, Erica Morini, will be soloist
in the Concerto in D Major. Later
on, (5:30 p.m. WWJ), Robert Mer-
rill and the Boston Pops offer
their balm to tortured brains.
On Monday evenings, WWJ
airs two musical shows that
have long been favorites of radio
listeners. At 8:30 p.m., Voice of
Firestone features Christopher
Lynch, tenor, and the Firestone
Orchestra under the direction
of Howard Barlow. Following
this program the Telephone
Hour which has long been fam-
ed for bringing to its "mike"
some of the world's greatest op-
eratic stars, can be heard at 9
p.m., this week featuring the
Italian tenor, Ferruceio Taglia-
Wedlnday nights find Janes
Melton, singing on the Int erna-
tional Harvest of Stars (9:30 p.m.
WJR) while the Philadelphia Or-
chestra offers a full hour of musi-
cal pleasure at 10 p.m. over the
SATURDAY, Arturo Toscanini
directs the NBC Symphony (6:30
p.m. WWJ), a program which
shares the musical spotlight on
Saturdays with the Metropolitan
Opera which is broadcast at 2 p.m.
over station WHRV.
For night hawks, WJR pre-
sents Starlight Symphony, a
program of uninterrupted mu-
sic, at 1 a.m. and other stations
also offer late musical shows to
ease the embryology - weary
minds of students.
All of these aforementioned
programs largely feature the clas-
sics. But for the listener who
prefers the modern torch song or
sentimental love ballad, there are
a host of good programs, among
them the Jane Pickens Show, Sun-
days at 5 p.m. over WWJ.
OTHER HEADLINERS include
Dorothy Lamour who has shed her
sarong in favor of a career as a
chanteuse. Miss Lamour also man-
ages to carry on some frequently
insipid but occasionally amusing
banter with guest Hollywood ac-
tors, all of whom succumb to Miss
Lamour's abundant charms.
(Thurs.. 9:30 p. m. WWJ).
Add to these, all time favorites,
Bob Crosby whose Club 15 also
features the tuneful harmci i iz1 g
of the Andrews Sisters as well as
Margaret Whiting (Mon. - ]Fri.,
7:30 p.m. WJR), Perry Como and
Jo Stafford sharing vocal honors
on the Supper Club Mon.-Fri., 7
p.m. WWJ) and Al Jolson who is
still down on one knee singing
Mammy (Thurs. 9 p.m. WWJ) .
and you're ready for hours of fine
listening . . . and better studying
with I-iK8 !'OVNER
Kaiser-Fraser will reopen its
assembly lines Monday and ap-
TilS WEEK'S LISTENING: proximately 7.000 production
workers will return to their Jobs
e , lit Adtio Ofhe according to Associated Press re-
P ohis we ek, Pist;nets will learn ports.
which IO of the seven fialist, K-' officials said that. first in
among whom is Rose Dert)erian, the production line would be two
7' Grad, will receive contracts new models. the Traveler and the
Vagabond, both designed as new
~~ihthe ei. Sun, 4:0 p~.tow priced utility cars.
ABC); "With Trembling Hands" I Both will combinethe appear-
lThis drama-document will bring lance of conventional sedans wit.li
to light th' lives of America's most the cargo carrying utility of sta-
neglected children, those afflicted tion wagons or light trucks.
with cerebral palsy.) <Sun., 4:35 Production will also be resumed
p.m. NBC: Who Said That? (A on the conventional models and
really fascinating quiz program on a new hard top "coertibl
on which the expr,'t.; must identi-
fy famous onlations from today's .rrii
news. This veek's panel inclues
Faye Emerson, husband Elliott
Roosevelt and Paul Muni.) <Sun.,
10:30 p.m. NBC); Screen Guild
Players +Joani Crawford returns to
the. radio after an absence of ten
years in an adaptation of the radio
classic "Dark Victory".) (Thurs.,
10 p.m. NBCi. The times are all
Frida, - Salurd y-,Shiday
S21 1 South State
+' r Rsrvations Call 2-315
A 'MinAi' 0c N~lIS 0
CAUGHT UNAWARE-ArIynn Rosen was busy typing a letter to
the national president of NSA and preparing to attend a Senior
Class officer's meeting when a Daily photographer sneaked up
behind her and snapped this.
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No p PLUS
?LIIEDRU, _ELIZABETH RISDON
;n TUCOLR ~PHILIP REED
LONA MANSLY ADRIAN BOOT
iaDLD SE 'it JI LA I ESTPAT HE NEWS
to a girl in a magazine story,4
"Toby," (supplied by college
friend who decided Toni didn't
suit her), and "Spud" (origin ob-
Arlynn's home is in Detroit,
but on campus she lives in "Bo-
hemian Heaven" - the fourth
floor of Helen Newberry, and is
described as the only one on the
floor who doesn't have a psycho-
She has vegetarian tendencies,
which make her very popular at
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SUNDAY, MARCH 13
at 8 P.M.
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University Rink, Ulrich's,
Slater's, Wahr's, Michigan Union
ROOMS FOR RENT
SINGLE ROOM-Man, 300 ft. from the
Engineering arch. Ph. 2-3201 days.
WEEKEND rooms available in private
homes. Call Student Room Bureau,
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"Springtime is Playtime"
Use the CLASSIFIEDS
to sell or buy
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED: Furnished apartment for
couple. June '49 through Spring '50.
Call Scholten, 9191, leave message.
FEMALE graduate student has apart-
ment close to campus to share with
girl graduate student. )12F
For good accommodations
bring your overnight or
weekend guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144
SELECT your cotton dresses now. Sizes
10-18 and 9-15. Use our convenient
lay-away plan. $7.95 up. Randall's,
306 S. State. )10P
A REMINDER to our missing salesman:
Don't try to sell Royal typewriters to
coeds at Mosher-Jordan entrance at
10:29 P.M. The lights flash off at
10:30 and you might get short chang-
ed. Offifcfe Equipment Service Com-
pany, 1116 S. University. )1B
SKIS-Have them reconditioned, block-
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Call 2-7608, after 5 p.m. )24B
PHILCO TELEVISION SET -- Like New
A Table Model Bargain at $125
PURCHASE RADIO and CAMERA SHOP
Church and South U. Phone 8696
Electric Shaver Parts and Service
MOSLEY TYPEWRITER CO.
214 E. Washington )23B
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
LAUNDRY - Washing and/or ironing.
Done in my own home. Have stretch-
er for wool socks. Free pickup and
delivery. Phone 2-9020. )2B
Alterations - Remodeling
Phone 2-3481 for appointments 18B
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 8161 )5B
'USTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
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tions. Hildegarde Shoppe 109 E.
T hinpt'n Phone 2-4669 )4B
Continuous From 1:30 P.M.
SMALL "Cinderella" washer, new, used
only a few times, Reasonably priced.
Call 2-4085. )79
RADIO-Record Player equipped with
LP, 1949 Philco table model 1405. Sale
by private owner. See at Ward's Rec-
ord Shop, 1209 S. Univ. )8()
If you are looking for a nice gift item,
we have just the thing - Mary Dun-
hill personalized lipstick, complete
with two initials. It has been reduced
from $2.00 to $1.25.
CALKINS-FLETCHER DRUG CO.
S. State St. )5
VIOLIN worth about $100, include case,
bow. In good shape. Phone Don An-,
derson, 2-8242, 9 to 5:30. )78
COMPLIMENTS THROUGH JEWELRY
tiny scatter pins to highlight your cos-
tumes, every size, shape, color you could
ask for - only $1.00 to $4.00 at the
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 S. State St. )2
1948 PLYMOUTH Conv, like new. Extra
car, must sell, big reduction. Phone
2-3297 noons or Ypsi 1220-W after
5 p.m. )5
SPECIAL AT SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington
Navy T Shirts 49c
Army Officers "Pink" Shirts $6.75
Pink Trousers 100% Wool $14.95 )8
KELVINATOR refrigerator. Call after 5
p.m., 527 Church St., Apt. 6. )74
GENUINE PIGSKIN BILLFOLDS with
zipper on three sides, five windows
for identification papers, etc.,. a zip-
pered coin purse, a secret compart-
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in one for only $2.00.
COUSIN'S ON STATE ST. )1
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Phone 4997 )7
BABY Parakeets and Canaries. Bird
supplies and cages. Moderate prices,
562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )4
MORE BARGAINS IN OLD BOOKS on
all subjects. New titles added daily.
Good browsing. You can't afford to
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WANTED TO BUY
ELDERLY AUTO, not too expensive.
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LOST AND POUND
LOST - Man's blue cashmere jersey,
probably in parking lot by University
Hall. Reward, Dial 5986. 75L,
LOST-One of a pair of black, fur-lined
gloves on March 5, between Goldmains
on State and Campus Post Office.
Call 2-4200. Irv Hellenga. )74L
LOST-Black leather wallet, monogram
HRV. Keep money but platise return
other contents. Hermine Vogel, 1305
Washtenaw, ph. 9383. )70fa
BLUE FABRIC WALLET lost in Burton
Tower on Feb. 28. Contents needed
desperately. Reward. Mary Hammond.
Ph. 2-7328, 1014 Vaughn St. )58L
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