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MHE MICRIG-iAN DAILY

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"HE MICHIGAN STORY.:

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engineering college claimed that i
the welfare of its students would
be "jeopardized. '
'Ine nku&Kcring continued witlh
little decisive action taken either
for or against the scheme, and
President little grew. progress-
ively more and more irritated by
what he seemed to regard as de-
liberate obstructions tactics.
It became apparent that if the
plan was adopted at all, it would
be only in highly modified form.
IN SPITE of the generally dis-
appointing aspect of the Little
years, several notable reforms were
accomplished. The President in-
stituted a "FPreshman Week" at
the beginning of each term during
which incoming students were
given an opportunity to acquaintl

themselves with the University. A
success from the start, the pro-
;ram has survived to the present
time-although it is currently felt
that the period is unnecessarily
long.
Meanwhile, the students -Mre-
flecting the generally "fast" way
of living in the later Twenties -
were roaring about the country-
side in increasingly powerful cars.
like the popular Stutz Bearcat.
The inevitable cost of such lax-
ity was a tragic toll of deaths and
injuries. President Burton h ad
tried in vain to throw the respon-
sibility for the situation on the
parents, and President Lpittle, find-
ing conditions absolutely intoler-
able, took decisive action.
AT FIRST the University sim-
ply denied driving privileges to un-
derclassmen.

When this dlid not result in a
noticeably decrease in the num-
ber of~ accidents, the present
joverall ban was instituted on
lJune 17, 1927.
Although students at first vig-
orously attacked the decision,
sense soon replaced temper and all
concerned agreed that the move
was well-advised.
PRESIDENT LITTLE became
keenly interested in a series of
interdenominational services con-
ducted Sunday mornings in Hill
Auditorium by a group of students
impatient with the more formal
city church worship. For some
weeks the project was highly suc-
cessful, and numerous nationally
prominent clergymen were brought
to Ann Arbor. Eventually, how-
ever, apathy replaced enthusiasm
and the project failed.

The Little adminisktrationws
not devoid of other iiiat
innovations; the piet-ihly1-
useful Bureau ofApon e t
and Occiiptional liit'orniatio
- had its kbeginning h 1ill;
President Litt!(e w; as lo re-
sponsible for a sr W t nvr
sity athletic and pi> al e} (duca-
tion facilities. The, rteaily' appar-
ent inadequacies of t1ih int en-
couraged a bond iss.,,e, which made
possible the construction of Michi-
gan Stadium-first used inth
trfall of 1927, thie Intramnural Build-
ing, and the Women":;.fAthflet ic
Field and Building.
A SIGNIFICANT academic de-
velopment was the founding of theI
School of Forestry and Conserva-
tion in 1927 on existing literary1
college foundations; the Depart-
ment of Library Science lica :me°

fi hofth vtes n hel -~n
an official part of the University ANGRY AN) d~ihsoe.D.I(Sill.htnt:i ~trhlnn
in 1926. TLift1( tlePnv'1L> ig~ u
Education by rad-~' v:41t5 al O ,Jan, ' 1, 12.Adi ieo u i~ietI~~r
introduced during the- Little :kd- ~ (i~P~i1dl ~~> hu.IItepu tsI>hned
ministration.1 ahedthRee t.uum I1) ' u heutoi l
But in oftt~ h r\stn ex fli,'p.i Oi 1 'h' \i~i ~\ 1
the IUniversity a oeass ])Pv.1,I(i ttllre1; Wh11lki iy ud *uvt' ' iulh1heroen
yet ready to accept Presidentii.I, t -I "1 is i:I"11 deal ol edtik.l1 "un ' l'iivt IFoi e rox nn.':1! u slig ht
tle's greatest plan -the Unlix'.rsitv s adrsth1;, ittVt.h> OL jjjj,.y o r I'('tIllii I 1, ;ltl
College. Today's general 1 ivo I St'",-11t' })lls i l 015 iI',.ti ikiit i,' li iIiyt S totfl)i, t id
of undergraduate s1tudy, recserving 'Cflli ';~,t'.1cl sincety Iax
the junior and sno etsfor the seve.rit t,ll. ing of relationships i A l(Y A l tisI 1the la:t
Concentration, Cdemon~istr'al Cs iw heartfelt loss to 1 ' isall 'ti o oshtgxea"ope
Uiversity's; eventualasiiino
prog ran.S t ftYea-rte, ""s A~
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COUPLE with baby desires a ride to
or near Ottawa, Illinois. Prefer to
leave April 2. Phone 2-9337. George
Dyer, 1468 University Terrace. 117.
1i6T
MALE STUDENT wants round trip to
vicinity of Dallas, Texas during spring
vacation. Will share expenses and
help drive. Call Foster, Univ. Exten-
sion 102, between 1 and 4 p.m.. )18T
WANTED-3 riders to Evansville, Ind.
Leaving Wed. morning, March 30. Call
7005. ')17T
DRIVING to Kansas City, Mo., spring
vacation. Room for 3 or 4 passengers.
Phone 2-7150 after 6:30. Larry.) 13T
COUPLE desires ride to N.Y. April 1st.
Share driving, expenses. Call Irv.,
2-8797. )7T
4 OR 5 Passengers to Buffalo, Roches-
ter, Watertown, N.Y. or Toronto, Ont.,
April 1-Returning Apr. 10. Phone
2-5180. )15T
,r PERSONALS
A MESSAGE to our missing salesman'
We don't sell convertibles. The new
Royal Portables have a convertible
carrying case. Office Equipment Ser-
vice Company, 1116 S. University. )1B
.,ANTED-To rent one pair handcuffs
for Saturday night. A strong leash
will do. Call Marilyn, Rm. 591, Jordan
H1all. ) 25P
..1ARPER'S Magazine ; Special intro-
dluctory offer. $3 yr. (reg. $5 yr.)
Just phone 2-8242. Student Periodi-
cal Agency. We'll bill you. Student-
run. ) 24P
Attention Golfers
Let me help you. select your golfing
needs. Complete, supply of Spaulding,
Wilson, MacGregor, Hagen clubs, balls,
paxs and bags. Bag Boy, collapsible
caddy carts now available. Phone
2-2058. Johnny Malloy, golf profes-
sional. (Class A) )30B
J3ABY SITTERS - Call Kiddie Kare,
2-1903; if no answer, 25-7364. )28B
SPRING Suits, $27.00. Former values to
$49.95. Sizes 9-15 or 10-16. Randall's
Specialty Shop, 306 S. State. )1lop
CORSAGES
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE )5

BOOKS
More Bargains in Old Books
on all subjects. New ttles added daily.
Good Browsing. You can't afford
to miss them.
OVERBECK BOOK STORE
1216 South University )16
HELP WANTED
STUDENTS who would like to handle
good household product door-to-door.
Your own boss. Phone 2-6358-Bob.
19H
WILLOW village student for part-time
sales work. See Mr. Paige, Sears, Roe-
buck and Co. Phone for appoint-
ment, 2-5501. )8
SECRETARY-Permanent and better-
than-average fob requiring ability and
initiative. Educational but not Uni-
versity work. 35 hour week. Two
weeks vacation with pay. Box 183,
Mich. Daily. ) 17H
j~ LOST
and
FOUND
BROWN SILK scarf lost vicinity of
Fisher's Drug. If found, please call
Robert Kuhn, ph. 2-4591, )96L
LOST-Parker Pen. Finder ph. Jack
Straley, 2.4401, 319 Lloyd. )88L
LOST-Beta Theta .Pi fraternity pin.
Sentimental value. Finder please ca1l
Don Porter, 2-314:3. )9514
LOST-Bulova wrist watch, engraved.
If found call Jerold Wingeuot 2-0249.
91L
1,OST -- Royce 17 jewel wrist watch.
From Balf our's along South Univer.,
Washtenaw and behind Phi Kappa
Psi to 1502 Hill. Reward. Glach, 9559.
) 89L
LOST-Brown Glenn plaid suit Jacket
with full back. Needed badly. Call
Doris Kays, ph. 9532. ).
BLUE FABRIC WALLET lost in Burton
Tower on Feb. 28. Contents needed
desperately. Reward. Mary Hammond.
Ph. 2-7328, 1014 Vaughn St. )58L

TYPING
TYPING WANTED-Rapid, accurate, at
reasonable rates. Phone 2-3357. )1W
~ ROOMS
FOR RENT

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SINGLE and ',.? of double roomI, iplea
camnpus. Ph. 5224. } t11LZ
PLEASANT front room for 2 male stu-
dents on campus. Ph. 2-2052. }14V~
For good accommodations
bring your overnight or
weekend guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144

Cincma Triumphs
From All Nations

Today and Sunday
Gripping Interesting Drama
-Cue
*/ * ~ -N.Y.Daily News

HALF double room, close to campus,
$5.00 per week. Ph. 2-7438. )48R
GRADUATE Girls across from Hill Audi.
on So. Thayer, 1st floor double room.
Continuous hot water and laundry
facilities. Ph. 2-0482. )47R
BUSINESS
SERVICES
ATTENTION ALL TYPISTS! The Stu-
dent Legislature Better Business Bu-
reau is compiling a typing service
directory. This is good advertising!
Call Barbara Little, 2-3203.
EXPERT repair service done on all
typewriters. Mosely Typewriter Co.,
214 E. Washington. )23B
DANCE MUSIC
Chuck Downer and his orchestra
Ph. 25-0031 ) 27B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS'
TAILORING
Orders Ta ken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
) 3B
f LADIES'
TAI LORI NG
Alterations -- Remodeling
A. GINSBURG
Phone 2-3481 for Appointments
) 18B
LAUNDRY - Washing and/or ironing.
Done in my own home. Have stretch-
er for wool socks. Free pick~up and
delivery. Phone 2-9020. )2B
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMI'IE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 08161 )5B
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
ations. Prompt service on all altera-
tions. Hildegarde Sh~oppe. 109 E.
Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4B

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FOR
SALE

1947 Chevrolet conv'ertible. Exception-
ally good cond. Call 2-2521, Ext. 331
or Ext. 480 after 5. )98j
SACRIFICE SALE-Blue 1940 Packard
convertible, $450. Call Nick Raduleceu,
134 Greene House, 2-4591 after 5 p.m.
________________) 99
NASDl 600 194t8 tt(door, G.000 ie.
Radio, heater, (defrosta'.set over1s,
back-up lights. extra- milrror. Caill
5928, 6-8 p.m. )19
STUDEBAKER 1947} Regal Deluxe 2-
door sedan. Heater and acclunatizer.
Original owner. Perfect condition.
Call Ypsi. 3514-54. )20
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MAN'S RALEIGH bicycle with Dvnohub
attachment. and hand bralcas. ,Excel-
lent condition. Calt 2-378t6. )21
IT'S A CRIME--I've outgrown _ni beau-
tiful $60 spring suit. Light tan her-
ringbone we ave. 37 long, 2-piece.
Come take it away for $35. Phone
2-6605. )22
1941 PLYMOUTH sedan, new i niii i
4147, new paint job i 1414s. Price
r ,r ,oiatilf,' .:eet It 1Bu t ( iir . =11396,.
)23
We have ti supply of RONS3ON LIGHT-
ERS for sale, all models and all nxum-
bers at regular prices.
CALKINS5-FLETCHEf?
State St;.)
MEN'S Schwinn buit 1)011, t ire bike.
New last Sept C'alt A. iCIn p. 5660 a ft i'
6 p~ln. )18
BEGUILING 1BONNETIS, I3EFLO WI' :R ED,
BERIBBONED. Every Size. Every Shape.
Modestly Priced $i3 .75-$1 4.95.
THE ELIZABETH 1!)iILON SHOP
:309 S. State Sirret )
CANARIES. Pa rrakeets, Finoches, Taite
Young Cocketiel. Birch suiplies and
cages. 562 S. Seventh, phone 5330. )4
WILLING to sacrifice an 8 mm. dual-
purpose movie camera. Yours at a
bargain price. If interested, catl
2-6040. )17
TUCKAWAY HOUSE
Sweater-Mates-Make themi Yourself.
Matching Skirt and Sweater
See display 522 E. Liberty, Ph. 9582.
Margaret Nickelson Martin )9
FOR SALE-Tails, size 38, accessories
and shoes. Coll 5054 ;after 5 p.
MARCH SALE: A'.' Am'!,STORE
122 E. Waisl wngmwon
10%Wo gb (,Part wool Cavalry Twill Pants $4.88
Army and Navy Oxfords: $6.88
RADIO SERVICE, any make, Franchise
dealers for RC.A., Motorola, Ge-nerail
Electric antd S wit-are.Aero
Radio Sales & Setr'ie.Phone 4997 )'
NEW Phillips CGirl''BIicycle, 3speed
gears. Also slightly used girl's light-
weight Schwinn. Call 2-6581, Roorn
3008, 12:30-1, (:30 p.m. on. )96
Plastic Wat erpr'oof Headscarves
for $1.00 in white only.
COUS INS
on State St. }

} ~The french Answer to'O3PENV CITY
~'THE MAQUIS STRIKE AGAIN! -t-z.
iniatues-
Says ''WHIS TILE-INTF-Il-NIGH]I
tNin french (ENGLISH TITLES) Specialty
A1 A HOFFBERG Prod. Release "FINA'S AV"
I"INi ERPOLATIVE MUSIC"

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THE BETSY ROSS SHOP
Nickels Arcade
Saturday 7:30 - 2:30
Open 7:30- 4:30 Monday thru Friday

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

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MICHIGAN. MARRY MY DAUGHTER
-OR GET YOUR
PRESSED
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)?~c4 c~'fCANDIES, Inc.
RESTAURANT and CAND'YSHOP
Reasonfabl y Priced
LUNCH EON and DINNER
332 SOUTH. STATE STlRY T
NIMS and MILLER

1K eat itapt C'a fdep
DAILY SPECIALS :--
Br okfast, Monday thru Fridtay, 7-1 0 A.M.
Lunch 11 to 1 :3 ... Dinner 5 to 7:00
Sunday 12 to 2:30 and 53 to 7:00
Thru the Arcade -- 338 Maynard Street

CAFETERIA

..- COFFEE SHOP

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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211 South State

North of Liberty

THERE SHOULDB111A
:SPECIAL AWARDf
FOR MAKING
PEOPLE LAUGH:. #
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Where Good Food Insures
Your Health and Our Success
Domestic Beers and Wines

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Continuous Doily from 1:30 P .M.
Weekday Evenings 5
Matinees 25c & Sundays35
-TDY!At 3:20 - 6:4Q & 9:55 P.M.
I'U IACEFS WST,

203 E. Washington

Phone 9126

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COTTAGE IINN
WE SERVE TILE BEST FOOD IN TOWN
Specializing in -
FISH AND CHIPS SNORT ORDERS
STEAKS AND CH[OPS QUICK SERVICE
512 EAST WILLIAMS PIioNE 5902
Just a few steps from campus

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512 E. Lilbrty-In the Greene's Cleaner Building*
HERE IS YOUR GUIDE
ToFiner Eating in Ann Arbor
Patronize These Establishments

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UNRELENTING SUSPENSE!,,*
JAMES STEWART
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GRkAIN A DA C AFE
Open Doiliy
7 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. I

For Lenten Dining
Liber-ty Fish & Chips
Restaurant

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Hlours 11 A.M. -- 12 P.M. 'til 1 A.M. Fri. & Sat.

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