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TH E MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURbA-, MTARCH 19,

[ichigan...
(Continued from Page 1)

severe: meals were offered at a
cost of $1.50 a week, and the Uni-
versity tuition and residence fees
amounted to only $10.
* * *
WHEN THE University had
happily weathered the financial
storm of its first decade, it was
almost immediately plunged into
a nearly disastrous intramural
fight.
Fraternity life had been
transplanted at an early date
to 'the Michigan campus, and
the local Chi Psi chapter had
established its house in a wood-
ed area some distance from the
campus.
A paternalistic faculty immed-
lately frowned on the system as
being "undemocratic, exclusive,
excessive, and depredatory," and
took measures to end it. When
the students hotly contested such
authority, they were greeted with
a barrage of expulsions.
A CONTINUED struggle finally
won reinstatement of the students
and the fraternity system, but the
antagonisms which had been bred
by the struggle were not easily for-
gotten.
To make matters worse--the
political question of the day,
abolition, had been posed with
all its force on the Michigan
campus.
A strong executive hand was
obviously needed, and in 1850 the
constitutional convention made
the office of president -- vacant
until then - obligatory.
The strong hand needed was
provided by Henry Tappan.
Sunday: President Tappan'a
years.
Continuous from 1:30 P.M.

TO OPEN THURSDAY:
Speech Dej
Give 'Tovar
"Tovarich," a comedy about two
Russian gentlemen, will be pre-
sented in its English version by
the speech department Thursday
through Saturday.
Jacques Deval's play describes
'he humorous experiences of two
Russians of exalted rank who an-
onymously take situations in a
wealthy Paris home.
** *
NOBODY suspects their true
identity until a Soviet Commissar
burns up among the guests and
tecognzes them. He has been re-
ponsible for most of the indig-
ity they suffered before their
light from home.
The play ran for years in
Paris, and then was equally
4uccessfulvin London and New
York. "Tovarich" has been per-
formed in all European capitals
with similar acclaim.
Robert E. Sherwood, eminent
American playwright, translated
and adapted "Tovarich" in Eng-
lish.
* * *
THE LEADING ROLES will be
layed by William Bromfield, as
rince Mikail Alexandrovitch Our-
atieff, Marilyn Begole, as the
Grand Duchess Tatiana, and

Four Wiiers
gartment To Take Prize's
rich' ComedyIn Cse (lob
* * * Four freshmen haw studens
were announced as individuii;
winners in ti.e a inul Case Chlb
competition as the ImJl niinun ot
argument; edr ced.
Rex Eame.. Joseph GAricar,
James Richrirdsoni, andl Milt on
Roth were selected out o1 a field
of sixteen finalists. They won on
the basis of preparation and oral
presentation of practice ases to
a three-judge court.
Elimination contests are spon-
sored by the student-managetl
Case Clubs each yealr f r both
freshman and second-yea °w-
dents to give participants addel
incentive and practical courtrooin
experience.
Southerners..
(Continued from Page 1)
WILLIAM BROMFIELD
.,..to play leading role would have been no different from
* * * - any other on the campus in being
Richard Etlinger as the Commis- open to all students regardless of
sar Gorotchenko. race or creed."
Claribel Baird will direct the But Epstein concluded that "be-
play with settings by Jack Bender. cause there has been so much dis-
Tickets will go on sale Mon- conception of its objectives Miss
day at the box office of Lydia Cotton and I are withdrawing our
Mendelssohn Theatre. Mail orders application for official recognition
will be accepted before then, and abandoning the idea."

DAILY OFFICIAL BLL bETI1N

MICHIGAN

ENDING TODAY
35C I nil P.

Publfifaion In The Daily Official
Bulletin is construetive notice to all
members of the University. Not ices
for the BWlletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office or
the Assistant to the President, Room
25 Administration Building, by 3:00
p.m. on the day preceding publica-
tion (11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
A~ltRDAY, MARCH 19, 1949
VOL. LIX, No. 119
Notices

_._ _ _ _._ -

Intete( d 1)er1so)s ale:, requesIfted
to report to Personnel Office, 3012
Admin istra t ion Build ing between
10 am. to 12 noon and 3-5 p.m.
for preliinmiarv iinterview.
lFraterniity Presiidr'nt,
Addressed postal cards will se
given you at the next LF.C. Presi-
dents' meeting, on which you are
asked to specify. the fraternity
with which you will share a booth
at the JF.C. BALI,. I is impera-
tive that you make your decision

lr~m tiw exciting Saturday Evening Post Serial
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no . . (

Also Cartoon - Oddity - News

Suinday

The General Library will offer
for sale to members of the Univer-
sity ifaculty and stdent:) books
from its duplicate collection on
Sat, March 19, from 1-5 p.m. This
sale will be held in the basement'
co, ridor of the Library, which is
reacled 1trough the door at thei
foot of the main stairway to the
Uasement..'
May Festival Tickets for the
season are on sale, from 9 an.-12
noon and 1-5 p.m. (Saturdays-
morning only); and Monday
morning, March 28, at 9 o'clock
the sale of tickets for the indi-
vidual concerts will begin, at the
offices of the University Musical
Society, Burton Memorial Tower.
Experienced I.B.M. Junior Op-I
-rator, part time, must have thor-
ough knowledge of wiring, about
fifteen hours per week, including!
some evening and Sunday work.
Navy Publications
WASHINGTON - "Rocks and
Shoals," Articles for GovernmentI
of the Navy, was the first printed!
document on the U. S. Navy.

and mail it as soon as possible.
Womew's 1Housing Applications
for the Fall Semester, 1949: Wom-
en students on campus now who
are not living in dormitories but
who would like to apply for dormi-
tory accommodations for the
school year 1949-50 may do so at
the Office of the Dean of Women
on April 1, 1949, beginning at 7:30
a.m. They will be accepted up to
the number of spaces available
for them. Applications Wvill be ac-
cepted from both graduates and
undergraduates.
Women students now on cam-
pus may apply for supplementary
housing for the fall semester. 1949,
at the Office of the Dean of Wom-
en on April 11, 1949. Those from
whom dormitory applications can-
not be accepted and all who prefer
this type of residence may apply
at that time,
Lectures
University Lecture (in French):
"Jean-Paul Sartre et la naissarce
de l'Existent ialisme." Professor
Jean Ehrhard, Director of Foreign
(Continued on Page )

ERROL FLYNN

VIVECA LINDFORS

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"The NEW Adventures of Don Juan"
In Technicolor

C'ontin uous
Daily
from 1 P.M.
LAST TIMES TODAY -

Weekdays
35c to 5 P.M.

j h Jalne Wyatt

CLASSIFIEDS

STARTS SUNDAY
THEY TORE THE WEST APART...

Weekday
Matinees 25c

Evenings
& Sundays 35c

TODAY
"CANON CITY"
3:20 - 6:40 -9:55
Plus!
"GALLANT, LEGION"
1:30 - 5:05 - 8:25
SUNDAY
at
1:40 -5:15
and 8:50 P.M.
COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR
II
STARRING
LINDA DARNELL
CORNEL WILDE
Plus!
FRANKIE CARLE
"VARIETY TIME"
at 4:10 - 7:45 P.M.

FOR SALE
'OR $200 Diamond engagement and
wedding ring set. Cost $480. 1710aW.
Orchard. )86
BARGAIN - Philco radio combination
table model 1405 with L.P. Sale by
private owner. See at Ward's Record
Shop, 1209 S. Univ. )87
IT A VERY moderate price, a standard
10-in, and 12-in. Webster - Chicago
record player with an installed long-
playing attachment. Both in excel-
lent condition. Milton Roth, Lawyers
Club, J-31. Tel. 2-8802. )88
GOLFERS-Complete set of 8 steel-
shafted irons. Excellent condition,
priced to sell. Call Ed at 2-7119. )89
We Carry The FABRIC SAFE Deodorant
"EVER-DRY PLUS" at 75c.
No need for a sponge because the
liquid is more effective.
CALKINS-FLETCHER
324 S. State St. )5
SHURE aad you'll want a touch of
green tfs St. Patrick's Day-A gay
blouse, sweater, or just a touch of
green in your accessories will do the
trick. See what we have for you.
Elizabeth Dillon, 309 S. State.
FULL DRESS, size 38, with accessories.
Phone 2-4959. ) 83
SPECIAL
MARK DOWN SALE
of a group of formals for $15.00 each.
Take your choice of sizes and colors.
Wool, rayon, and corduroy dresses
at only $5.00. Some are short.
COUSINS
on State St. )1
TUCKAWAY SHOP
Gifts-Handmade by the Handicapped.
522 E. Liberty
Margaret Nickelson Martin )9
SALE AT SAMS STORE
122 E. Washington St.
100% Wool Grey Flannel Pants-$5.88
Navy T Shirts-49c
Khaki Drill Pants, Sanf.-$2.88. )8
VIOLIN worth about $100, include case,
bow. In good shape. Phone Don An-
derson, 2-8242, 9 to 5:30.4, )78
3ABY Parakeets and Canaries Bird
supplies and cages. Moderate prices.
5 62 S Seventh Phone 5330 )4

1949 BUICK Super, 2-dr. metallic blue,
still under warranty periodUnder
list. Phone 2-3297 noons or Ypsi
1220-W after 5 p.m.
TELEVISION
RADIOS SERVICE
,ERO RADIO SALES & SERVICE
Phone 4997 )7
TYPING
rYPING WANTED-Rapid, accurate, at
reasonable rates. Phone 2-3357. )1W
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS for male students on Monroe
St. across from Law Club. Ph. 5464.
)45R
NICE DOUBLE room for two male
students. On first floor, with cooking
privileges and bath. Two blocks from
campus. Call 9232, ask for landlady.
) 43R
TRANSPORTATION
COUPLE desires ride to Binghamton,
N.Y. or vicinity evening April 1, or on
April 2. Share expenses and driving.
Call Jean 2-5579 after 8:30 p.m. )8T
WANTED-Ride to N.Y.C. about April.
1st. Share expenses. Cali James
Wright, Ph. 2-9431. ')4T
DRIVING to Boston, Wednesday. Mar.
30. Room for 2 passengers. Call Ray
2-3256. ) 6T
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND - Our missing salesman was
found yesterday in the stock room
and has"promised to stay there three
days. Office Equipment Service Co.
1116 S. University. )1B
LOST-Woman's black zipper billfold.
Contains valuable pictures and iden-
tification. Reward. Call Brooks, 9718.
)81L
LOST-Brown wallet, between Rackham
and West Quad, Tuesday night. Call
Dick Hoheb, 211 Winchell, 2-4401.
Reward. )79L
BLUE FABRIC WALLET lost in Burton
Tower on Feb. 28. Contents needed
desperately. Reward. Mary Hammond.
Ph. 2-7328, 1014 Vaughn St. )58L

FOR SALE

FOR RENT
PLEASANT front room for 2 male stu-
dents on campus. Ph. 2-2052. )14F
DOUBLE room with lavatory for boys,
close to campus, $5.00 per week.
Phone 9014. )15F
For good accommodations
bring your overnight or
weekend guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144
BOOKS
More Bargains in Old Books
on all subjects. New titles added daily.
Good Browsing. You can't afford
to miss them.
OVERBECK BOOK STORE
1216 South University )16
PERSONAL
CORSAGES
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE
Phone 2-7032 )25B
MERRY-GO-ROUND Peter Pan Bras-
sieres. Sizes 32-36 - A.B.C. Cup. Ran-
dalls, 306 S. State. )10P
BUSINESS SERVICES
ALTERATIONS on womoiensiments
Near Stockwell, 410 Observatory. Ph.
2-2678. )26B
FOR A CANDID CAMPUS, consult our
complete photography files. Purchase
Radio and Camera Shop, Church and
South U. Phone 8696. )20B
EXPERT Typewriter Repair Service.
Mosely Typewriter Co, 214 E. Wai-
ington. 2:B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
)3B
LAUNDRY - Washing and/or ironing
Done in my own home. Have stretch-
er for wool soks. Free pickup and
delivery. Phone 2-9020. )2B
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 8161 ) 5F
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Rstyling. Alter
ations. Prompt service on all altera
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 L
Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4B
ORPHEUM
Cinema Triumphs
From all Nations
TODAY and SUNDAV
Continuous fro 1:30 P.M.
"She has
jample
rfpportunity'
to playk$<
the stops
of her
alure"
' ERALD °
TRIBUNE
! EXOTIC Beauty
LoMs JOURDAN
I ATECT I.ARDT.T R OR

No, Main Capp. Counrt House PLUS-
S Mystery! Intrigue'
or~l s4 Wiliam undigan " Jacqueline White

F' fir: .,tz:; Sy y. 'St , qt _,:
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STARTS TODAY
Thru Tuesday
Mat. 30c Nights 40c

'

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Daily

suggestions

foer Di ning

THE BETSY ROSS SHOP

Nickels Arcade

The CHATTERBOX
100% Pure BEEFBURGER on steamed bun
"THE BEST CHILI"
Always Fresh SI LEX COFFEE
Hill and South State Sts.

Saturday 7:3F- 2:30
Open 7:30 - 4:30 Monday thru Friday

CANDIES, Inc.
RESTAURANT and CANDY SHOP
Reasonably Priced
LUNCHEON and DINNER
332 SOUTH STATE STREET
NIMS and MILIER

at Cinem&,eaue
and
ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT MEN
Present
GERMANY'S FIRST POST-WAR FILM-
in the SHADOWS"
THE MOST REVEALING GERMAN FILM
SINCE HEDY LAMARR'S "ECSTACY"
"This is the real thing, not merely in its story
and emotion, but in its craftsmanship."
-N.Y. Star

CAFETERIA

-- COFFEE SHOP

ea/ I(Ot Caete
DAILY SPECIALS -
Breakfast, Monday thru Friday, 7-10 A.M.
Lunch 11 to 1 :30 ... Dinner 5 to 7:00
Sunday 12 to 2:30 and 5 to 7:00
Thru the Arcade -- 338 Maynard Street
THE TOPPER
Open 24 Hours a Day
FREE DELIVERY
from 8 P.M. 4 A.M.
On Any Order $1.50 and More
HAMBURGERS
Tender Knit
CHI 113cA Steak
Sandwiches
THE CAMPUS INN
512 E. Liberty-In the Greene's Cleaner Building

Our Daily Special Saves You Money

211 South State

North of Liberty

Metzger's Restaurant
Where Good Food Insures
Your Health and Our Success
Domestic Beers and Wines
203 E. Washington Phone 9126
COTTAGIE INN
WE SERVE THE BEST FOOD IN TOWN
Specializing in -
FISH AND CHIPS SHORT ORDERS
STEAKS AND CHOPS QUICK SERVICE
512 EAST WILLIAMS PHONE 5902
Just a few steps from campus

HERE IS YOUR GUIDE

To Finer Eating in Ann Arbor
Patronize These Establishments

GA N A D A

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For Lenten Dining
Liberty Fish & Chips
Restaurant
30f1 E.1Liberty

Open Doily

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