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TWO

THE RMICHIGCAN DAILY

FA IIflSOTPhOCLES.:

Intighlrihsfthe

fey

It' a aseof :a stundettminister-
ing to studenc ts ati, the St. Nicholas
Greek Orthodox Church
Fa te oho sM."Sophlocles,
who has been the cOrthoidox pari;h
priest for the parst five years,
~hopes to i, zi, his Ph.D. in history
this .June.
THlE FATHER was sent to Ann
Arbor in 1.944 to minister to the
dents te ot-Mantreet
chrhadhehdhshal li!1. ] C11;1 7adfull
Ier sce1(.
The Orthodoax Students Fel-
lowship is in or-1anization of
n..-- ..s lvwho meet at
St. Ncoa c eiiusocial
and eiatoatproem o
their docket iI the p ilan. for the
three floor studen~tt facility build-
~ing next door tofth chu rch. With
parish bckngUw tuets hope
!Athe buildiw may he compileted in
five years.
oWiTH (A:ING f ,r his parish
rof 2,000 peole and attending Uni-
x versity cla sses, Fa ther 1Sophocles
finds him s,,elfextrceey busy.
'~"Bt tis tisth i e I love and
Sthat's wa ons"he said.
Torn in Cyrs27 years-ago, the
' Father was eucated at an English
e: Academy there. Hle received his
I S.D. degree at "Holy Cross ".
SHE RECEIVED his master's de-
Sgree a few years ago and is now
Sworking on his doctorate. His doe-
Storate dissertation is the life of a
Spatriot pirest, Father Miguel Hi-
Sdalgo, of Mexico, which he hopes
Sto publish ini book form.
l it his re as a church leader
Father phce is intensely
interestled in the religious atti-
tude on campus~w and throughout
the world.
4He feels that "there isn't enough

iii ., . i r is jI i ontr. Ever ywhlere

nid i , i.iraPP
''drop in the bucke i ir, 8
naned Allen -Bom I111 e a
the depre-ssio n yers nd te-
inainder of C i('peet Xc,
Quadraugh 'i rtat-;.e
any ioshn'-, a t.i,.frti
owter, te Hakh
tion-hepre nIv.U
Kellogg ntsr hna'
another bn '-~ soe i
thepren ethcrie.n
addition, te nonaii
Studcne Puiate tuhin
were 1financEdb iatsore.
and-far from b. '):l!',_'
University wsatnidel ml
thy, both i t1,t1 idi pi~P.Ai
in that Year 1 er :,; n i2L: r.
ate celebration o w114t~tif.
100th lBirthiday i i r;5of
banquets and orlirii.Bl ;u
this scene of stidotiii.
another foundatii- hkngIr-iti
was approaching.
IT BEGAN with a s:rgeCo radi-
cal opinion, not only at ',ichigan.

'1 c

I a t-r :1?Idmiistration
v~~~ aidd iolating the
~e peehburt there
~lW)lic i m e extant that
1.1o~j~jybe tolerated.
h 're Lere".eislature in-
.1ii (: a legedl sibver-
V;l>,am t c(ilcampu5s

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overcrowded dorms. Enroihunt hr xi nthrvs eisof
sky-rocketed to 18,000. ,h>lCSPPX reetta
THE UNIVERSITY also piu' l AfB2( p wr X d e' ris
of its research facilities att i L-, m11811.1xena 'lipae
posal of the governmen, adh iecmpl hdasmdovr
wartime achievement of 7Mirh..a?'ngtu ati tex r hr a
scientists-notably in the atomi1.c equa<lly qui1 k arid fudE.amental
energy field-is unforgettabhle. cn rint ettedmnso
The extent of Michigan's con- a nwtyeof nulzta- seots t'l
tribution to the successful con- dentbey
duct of the war can never ber
fully realized-whether one ucin- 11'.~l )tV enteenid of,
siders the all-out effort on tie L"X .4'dtel1CSftdy h
campus, or the part playe b ]1ri<e Mrht hedsa
her sons, more than 23E"." fa as the, present sies isCo
strong, in every theatre of 1;ati- crli n h tr egswt
tle. 10~
Nearly 500 Michigan alumni ''lie is ti en year,, asfar1"as1
gave their lives. xt: c ,nsurvy t0110W. have
zWhen the war finally ended, en midrai ch anesto

i~c , - a he 0 F Alr te "mili-
.. 11> 11 ; -ln i:-;oltiotiists,
11> 1 - 1. . in i' ,ulll sts-
P .1; .1 P 08211by IL' enel'al
W adl~u~or ofcourse, put a
r: ~ ~ 1 ti dtalschpetty Meitk-
.. 1'r1 n theUiversity im-
ika lyfel nOwh war effort
Xi~ ~~t dl IeI'tuthe nation.
4 Lances n the capus came
tie- ad ecsiel:the four
P'rnjsear as bgujn, spring va-
111epedwli;~saeand ex-
'ill. fnni mtvcd in --but. with
111) >1811ifatht inefficiency as
1 18 plauetIPresident Hutchins.
ii'I icr itv cooperated in ev-
cr 'rpr1 aria the Army did not
rhalli;?,;the dministration's au-!
l 'hriL. Te etire Judlge Advo-
t 1 i r, 's chol moved from
XY sia dir)t Ann Arbor, and was
I oi~l('dbs intin'br of other
In mi .sp'ciazed cols. Room*
f(r"e, nLet e mass of Stu-
d:i asmd in the Union, in
I imnemlyi'ussand in already

Daily-tarth
STUDENT PRIEST-Fathier Sophocles M. Sophocles prepares to
carry out the service ritual of St. Nicholas Orthodox Church.
Besides serving the pafish of 2,000 worshipers, Father Sophoeles
attends Univers. ity classes, lie hopes to get his Ph.D. in JTune.

DELIGHTFUL COMEDY
BY QUINTERxO BROTHERS

religion on the campus. Religion
in Life Week wvas a good indica-
tion of what churches can do when
they work together."
i* * *I~
THE FATHERl regrets the atti-
tude of the Russian Orthodox
church toward Catholic and Pro-
testant churches in Russian-held
territory.
"The Russian church is obvious-

ly a tool of the Communist gov-
ernment. The underground church
is the sole hope for liberty in
Russia."

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Ending Today
--New York Daily News
"Rivals Open City " --Time

WANTED TO RENT I
ROOM WANTED--Very near University
Terrace for British war-bride's mo-
tiher on 2 month's visit, starting April
19. Call 2-6221.

.TYPING
TYPING WANTED-Rapid, accurate, at
reasonable rates. Phone 2137 )lW

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FOR RENT

LOST
and
FOUND

ROOMS
FOR RENT
hAx l duult'isornjjjlcauseto campus,
Sj ~ ~ h I) e ''e.e.2-74318, )48R
W5841.X It rnsav,)ila Sic in private
1 Lna ! al :3len ti 1 Iwom Bureau,
ll 27 1::'o-12, 6:30-7:00. )lR

..for a ffleasanily silly c venrny Ihrat has sit/ff/i uni'ow-
mon011sense under its skin "I'!M"/i V'( Ml.N IA VI 'LTHIIRI
WAY' has its oun n nai' in the' Iheatre."
-Wtoi s :A r!N .> N, Xr' CI York. ''Ii~'eS.
"It is light as a fea/he' and ; c/ has uwicil. . ...omething
that stay s after Ihe cmr/din fals.;
- ic iLt P. 811, N'eu, York Ife; aid 'Tribunen.

SINGLE and ), of double room, near
campus, Ph .52'21. )lIR
For good accommodations
bring your overnight or
weekend guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIEN'T HOME
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144

Sentini entl 1 .1W .1 Ind,(1 < e 'a
L.OST -' - ]3,'la ''1,1 Ii L'P1i1t0
Ikon 1Port c- iS 4.)1.
BLUE FABRIC WALLET tos~t. i Tlrtnn
Tower on Feb. 281 ,itffis %i !t'LI
desperately. Rew rrd. MivHm~rIl
Ph. 2-73223, 1014 Vumn t

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HELP WANTED

Miniatures
sa"DONALDUS DILEMNA"
Disney Whimsey
in French (ENGLISH TITLES) "!WFEI LE IN THFINll-IT"
Ailk HOFFBERG Prod. ReleaseG CAE

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FOR
SALE

t' 1t '':-V wXl0111lk(,to lbnadl
-''S i;.11e'[IL1( preil , o (loor-t 0-door.
N ot ('V1, oss.Piieie 6358., Bob.
-- -- _______) 198

- STARTS TODAY-

k.,
440

SACRIFICE SALE--Blue 1940 Packarcl
convertible, $450. (Call Nick Radulescu.
134 Greene House, 2-4591 after 5 pin-
) 99
NASHF 600 19-43 4-door, 6,01)0 nries.
:Iidjo, heate'r, defroster, seat covers.
baclk-up lights, extra mirrors. Call1
5928, 6-8 pzi. )19
MANS RALEIGH bicycle with Dyiiohub
a ttaciniment and hand brake!). Eeel -
10111 coliition. C'all 2-3786. )21I
IT'S A CRIME_ I've outgro0wn my bean-
tiful $60 sprint; suit Light1 tan her-
ring-bone weave, 37 long, 2-piece.
Collie take it a Wvas lorw$35. Pone
2-6605. ) 22
1941 PLYMOUTH sedian, new. engine iin
1947, new paint job hi 911 Picc
reasonable. Calilioub t U' 4896.
)231
'STUDEBAKER 1947 Regal Deluxe 2-
door Sedan. Heater and aecliniatizer.
Original owner. Perfect condition.
Call Ypsi 3514-J4. )20
1937 CADILLAC Fleetwood.. . Excel-
lent condition. Factory rebuilt mo-
tor. New battery, fuel pump, coil,
mufflers. Good iiiileat e. tires. Clean.
Heat and music. Priced for quick
sale. 1004 Oakland. 2-0793. )2- 1
We have aIt pply of RONSON LIGHTi-
ERS for sale, all models and all nuin-
hers at regular prices.
CALK INS-FLETCHER
Stte St. )
MEN'S Schwinn built baloon tiro bike.
New last Sept-.(Call A. King, 566110 after
6 p1m. )118
BEG UILING(3BON NETS, EEI"LOWE}IET,
BERIBBONED. Every Size. Every Shape.
Modestly Priced $3.75-$1495.
THlE ELIZABE'TH DILLON SH-OP
309 S. State Street )
CANARIES. P-.rratkeet-;, lFir chet ic
Young Cocketiel. Bird supplie, and
cages. 562 S. Seventhi, phone 53:-O. )4
TUCKAWAY HOUSE
Sweater-Mates-Make them Yourself.
Matching Skirt and Sweater
See disp~lay 522 E:. Liberty, Ph. 9582.
Margaret Nickelson Martin )9
FOR SALE-Tails, sire 38, accessories
and shoes. Call 5054 after 5 p.m.
MARCH SALE AT' SAM'S STORE
122 E. Warshingtoon
100'~ Wool "gab" pants $9,95
Part wool Cavalry Twill Pants $488
Army and Navy Oxfords $6.883
RADIO SERVICE, any make. Franchise
dealers for R.C.A., Motorola, General
Electric and Stewart-Warner. Aero
Radio Sales & Senrvice. Phone 49997 )7

SERVICES
EXCESS HAl ITrP .,7d
by Short Wt LV:' Mom hoMod.- Ap
MarInie's lDea1 y ,Sbp 6(

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C'all hail ll-a l i!,0.r cor
EX'PEPL, 1V11 i>0'l LII'LLViL' (lL 8
type'wrIi tcl>. ll S' ,I -Il'I _ : i-il (, ' .
214 E, . Wa 1i:!:'.] ll -
DANCE MUSI C
Chuc~k Down'ler and lig orchest ra
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
)IB
LAUNDRY - Was-hin~g and/or lronin- '
Done in minn iihoeC. Iia;'e stretch-
er for wool soW:>l:. Y'ri-e pickup atil
delivery. Phone 2-9020.)2
LEARN TO DHANCE
JIMMITV.I ItNT DANCE? S1UDIOIn
209 S. State St. )'11.8]Ji 51,
CUSTOM CLOTHES,. 1ec'l? -Alc-
ationls. P',ompt.service 011 Al altlri-
tins. IileTLd S':fC.19V"
Washington. Phone 21)9 41B
- TRANSPORTATIOtI
DIZ1VI O toA i.n O i. A m'il 1.Y(
W jmA 1 iC 1 14. ' l 1 I i- >
Call San11111 4.1 . S .. ocn[
('0tJ14"" 1)Vwil' by ; i, ;, a rid,' 1''
Or t e ar0X -. iiio , ''i- L
D o i z. 1 01'
4"1in 1?01} 3 : i IILle PII . 1 S I
WANED riemsto A"xi.tiL-n I. e
Phc ne<;-7) 3t Si ( 6':1:30.1).}13i-' .
COUPLE desires ride to NX1, April 1 st.
slin-, drih l ,uge, L-i.-o Cul(11 .
2-8737, 7S

in, 'l 13-iwbI o wvold l ike to handle
rIL'own' btoi<w. Plhine'2-6:38--B3ob.
1911
~iLtI OW ',villagc student for part-Itime
Til; wr-h. See Mr. Paige, Scars, Roe-
c - 0 I o. Phione for appoint-
'1.ri!"!1 '11llAki' t'maneiit and bet ter-
1111 l-N i 8wL'jIli rkequiring ability and
IL~~1(h: 1011:11 . olc tlln but not I~iii-
i ;rl. 5 1101Wweek. Two
NLi0 cation w.ith pay. Box 183,
his I. Ileli -}17H
PERSONALS
W'~'f1ED-At-aci; ',intelligent ideal-
ist;'yc'ngwomn.bored with super'-
;i;ili;:e Con:Lact Box 184. )26P
A~~~t Mrur 1 .0'missing salesman:
inS ip--18 >Ilpe'ople' in f'or high ten-
s reli ic one.I i -The ne'Royal port-
i-un'ifhormi)highi spring ten-
s:> L - 1(iiire Euipment Service
ICL'> ,L Liv - l116S. UILivLrsity. ) lB
A aVID lo rc I t.ie .Pair handcuffs
1. rso 1' (IN iiglt -A strong leash
N'-il (3oi MLILlVn, Rca. 591, Jor'dan
I 1:, 11)25P
LI:I1~L N Lit -,'3 y. I ee. $5 yr.)
.1 L u- I I~_LLILL m1,2 : t lzdent:l'ePCI'iodl
.1 P~ 111. ~i-i il(11 o. Student-
( Lr.:. ) 24P
Attendion Golfers
- i-t ILL 1.,1 L-I s(IocLt, ,'our1 golfing
ILL. ~. *1 I LiL'sL'51 )ly of tL Spauldinig,
'Au' L~ 5: ~-(LIeu, ILL'Cn ('lubs, balls.
II~c-: :: lii 1 '.-' 130' Bo, collapsible
L-~i'iyu~II.5HiXVIct'iltbe.Phone
", u') J: tl, 1Ala Il y ,glf ~L'pr'oles-
lIXO' E] 1 l~S -(all Kiddic' harpe,
I r- 1:1.II 11 1IL.X L',25-7c364-. )!81
11 Ni 1--s,ii s . r1 (11. Fo~rmer i'values to
I: 93.Sc,,>9-IS orLI10-16. Randall',,
E-JL'S: lV nlI, m:306; S. StaIcte. )topk2'
CORSAGES
' CAMPUS ('0R5'XCE SERVICE
2-7032)25B
BOOKS
Moe ~a';> nsin Old Books
oin ,:l< - Ni-.l, Netitles added daily.
CoLI h~v.sinX.You can't afford
OE 0% 1: iioOOK iSTORE
1::16 b1i i h Uiversity )16

It-'s 412 to I

} r PAWrS
_ r s RE SS e ,
Sl"OMEWHEJ
stoplaugIng
THERE SHOULD' E
SPECIAL AWARD
FOR MAKING
PEOPLE LAU Gr
TOE LOUDESTr

Plastic Waterproof Headscarves
for $1.00 in white only.
COUSINS
on State St.

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