TWO% THE MICHIGAN DAILY
JACK OF ALL TRADES':
Action Committee Handles SL Projects
Engineering School Presents
Bi-Annual Open House Friday
(Editor's Note: This is the last in
a series of interpretive articles Oe-
signed to acquaint students with the
Student Legislature-to which they
will elect 25 representatives Tuesday
For quick results on any kind of
campus project, the Student Leg-
slature throws the job to its
'Jack of all trades' Campus Ac-
Everything from checking places
for pencil sharpeners to plugging
for a campus cooperative book-
store comes under the catch-all
category of projects undertaken
by Chairman Al Harris, '49, and
his valiant auctioneers.
ON THE bookstore plan, the
group is investigating the possi-
bility of a cooperative, an enlarged
book exchange or even a network
of individual dorm book ex-
On the pencil sharpener front,
new twirlers are being put up in
a host of spots deemed necessary
by the committee.
However number one project is
the Better Business Bureau, which
certifies all vendors in residences
and is compiling a study of com-
parative prices of student neces-
sities in Ann Arbor stores.
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THE ACTION Committee keeps
tabs on quality and quantity of
Union food as compared to out-
side restaurants and Unions at
other colleges. They are also prob-
ing the situation under which
cashing checks in local banks costs'
The committee is also tangling
with such problems as getting
a no parking sign in front of the
new Engineering Building annex
so students won't have to hop
car bumpers to get to class, and
studying the judicial processes
of the Men's and Women's Ju-
Two other projects are education
of the campus to the availability
of University loans and establish-
ing a consolidated file of infor-
mation useful to student groups
which may already be in the hands
of another group.
The heavy spade-work of pre-
senting the "Meet Your Regents"
program was also a job of the
Campus Action Committee.
Twelve departments of the en-
gineering school will collaborate
in a full scale production for the
bi-annual Engineering Open
Of the sections taking part, the
Mechanical Engineering Depart-
ment will have the steam lab and
the auto labs in operation, Bill
Gripman, mechanical chairman,
"IN ADDITION to the dIsplays
of steam, diesel and perpetual mo-
tion machines, this department
will have an exhibit of all the new
cars from Ann Arbor dealers and
several old cars dating back 25
and 30 years. Our biggest drawing
card will be a beer bottle flowing
perpetual beer," Gripman said.
In the Engineering Mechanics
Department, there will be labs
showing the properties of fluids,
and streamlining techniques, ac-
cording to Walt Debler, chair-
man of the Engineering Me-
P rizes Established
The economics department has
announced the establishment of a
scholarship and an award in un-
dergraduate economics valued at
$550 per year.
The Sims Scholarship of $500 is
to be granted to an outstanding
junior econoIics concentra e,
while the $50 Howard Osterweil
Prize is to be awarded to a grad-
uating senior in economics who
has shown a large degree of social
Cast members have been an-
nounced for "La Belle Aventure,
a comedy, which will be given by
Lse Cerele Francais at 8 p.m. Tuies-
day in Lydia Mendelssohn The-
The play portrays a couple who
elope rather than obey the yount
lady's aunt who has other matri-
monial plans for her.
LEADING ROLES will be played
by Barbara Boucher, '50, Leslie
Rose, '51, Richard Buris .'51. De-
lores Lazic h, '49, and Larry Wel-
Others in the east are Harriet
Peebles, Grad., Ilubert Gold-
man, '49, Gerard Adams, '49,
Harriet Krantz, '51, Delphine
Tyberguein, '49, Patricia Sly, '51,
Michel Johnson, '51, Herbert
Rovner, '51, and Francis Crow-
The ploy is under the direction
of Prof. George Koella of the
Romance Language departiuent.
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DURING intermission a trio,
"Suite Prancais," written by Rich-
ard Burns, '51, will be played.
Tickets will be on sale at the
bo'x office from 2 to 5 p.m. today,
and Monday and from 2 to $ p.m.
on Tuesday. All seats are re-
WASHINGTON - A message
written 76 years ago on an Arctic
expedition was recently delivered
to the addressee, Secretary of the
DEAN-EMERITUS HENRY M. BATES-Former dean of the
University Law School, Prof. Bates died of heart disease in Cali-
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INEXPENSIVE way to live comfortably.
Housetrailer, 22 ft. tandem. Parked in
camp. $775. Phone 5849. ) 61
MERCURY 1946 two door, original own-
er, low mileage, excellent condition.
$1090 or best offer. 1502 Hill. Ph. 9559
ask for H. W. Walker. )59
REJUVENATED 33 Ford. Must sell, wife
allergic to high speeds. 555 Packard.
WANTED TO RENT
FURNISHED house or apartment for
summer session. Two women gradu-
ate students, one five year old boy.
References. Write Mrs. Kyle C. Moore,
RR No. 7, Knoxville, Tennessee. )12W
HAWAIIAN couple (law student) needs
apartment Ain June. Can't commute
because home is 5000 miles away;
small, furnished apartment near sch
can't build ourselves a grass shack be-
cause the building code forbids. Would
like a 2 year lease. Prefer small, fur-
nished apartment near school. (Beg-
gars can't be choosers, but we can
dream, can't we?) If you can help,
please call George Fukuoka, 4145,
Lawyers Club. )13W
MAKE your reading hours more pleas-
ant and informative by a book from
our shelves. We have old books from
private libraries, priced from 5c up.
1116 S. University )6
LOST: Left handed Rawlings baseball,
glove, Mort Cooper model, on, Wed.
before Spring vacation. If located
please contact B. Mann, Ph. 2-4591.
LOST-From main library. Gray gab-
ardine topcoat. J. Lindquist, 2-3256.
KEEP my money, keep my gold, even
one picture of my girl, but please re-
turn wallet and cards lost before va-
cation. Bob taidlaw. )15L
LOST-Alpha Omicron P1 sorority pin.
Name on back. Phone Virginia Wer-
tin, 7992. )10L
LOST-Gold Cortbert wrist watch with
broken expansion band. Please return
to E. Jorgensen, 4008 New Women's
BROWN SILK scarf lost vicinity of
Fisher's Drug. If found, please call
Robert Kuhn, ph. 2-4591. )96L
BLUE FABRIC WALLET lost in Burton
Tower on Feb. 28. Contents needed
desperately. Reward. Mary Hammond.
Ph. 2-7328, 1014 Vaughn St. )58L
WANTED TO BUY
IF IT FLOATS
WE'LL BUY IT.
4-man canoe. Call Dale, 4379. )5D
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED-Used Motorcycle, Harley 74
or Indian Chief. Art Meier, 2-3143.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FRESHMAN Med. Student desires room-
mate for fall semester. Write Panzer,
South Hall, Box 207, Bloomington,
LARGE, single room, nicely furnished.
Private home near campus. Phone
Former Dean Helped Bring
Law School to Present Peak
A MESSAGE to our missing salesman:
What will you do all this summer if
the governor closes the race track?
Your subscription to the racing form
expired this morning. Office Equip-
ment Service Co., 1116 S. University.
HUSTLE your bustle. Listen to the
rustle of Commotion in the Ocean,
Saturday, April 30. )34P
YOU'RE RIGHT, HANK: Just ate a
meal at CLUB 211. Terrific! Costs
less than $1.40 a day, too. I'm sold!
SUCCESSFUL SENIORS subscribe to
TIME. Your last chance to save $1.50
by subscribing at the low college
rates. $5.00 for yr. Phone 2-82-42,
Student Periodical Agency. Order
now. Your subscription starts when
you have a permanent address.
BABY SITTERS - Call Kiddie Kare,
2-1903; if no answer, 25-7364. )28B
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE
Phone 2-7032 )25B
COTTON SLIPS. Sanforized. Eyelet
trim, $1.79. Sizes 32-38. 9 to 17.
Randall's Specialty Shop, 306 S. State.
Mrs. Emma E. Rainey of Rainey's Beauty
Salon, 1031 East Ann, has just receiv-
ed a certificate of award for advanced
training in hair shaping, taught by
Mr. John Mueller, Dean of American
Studios of Hair Fashion, Chicago, Illi-
nois. She will shape your hair for
any type of style for $1.00. )32P
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DEAN BATES is survived by his
wife, Clara A. Belfield, and by his
daughter, Helen, the wife of Prof.
Josselyn Van Tyne, University zo-
A PAST PRESIDENT of the
American Association of Law
Schools, Prof. Bates was also a
member of the executive commit-
tee of the American Institute of
Criminal Law, the American Bar
Association, the Chicago Law In-
stitute and the American Judi-
Affiliated with Phi Beta
Kappa, he held honorary de-
grees from Wayne University
and Italamazoo College.
ART CINEMA LEAGUE
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WANTED - Part-time soda-fountain
waitress. Hours 9:30 to 3:30. No
nights or Sundays. S. S. Kresge Co.,
317 S. State. )22H
LUZIER'S, INC., Makers of Fine Cos-
metics, advertised in American Medi-
cal Journal, have an opening for Dis-
trict Manager in Ann Arbor. Car es-
sential. For interview, write H. R.
Giddens, 3450 W. Chicago, Detroit.
1940 FORD Deluxe Convertible Coupe.
Fully Equipped. Call owner, 9050. )45
1941 NASH Sedan, 1948 engine, has only
2500 miles on it. Reasonable. Call
Lowell Russell, 2-7438. )57
GOLF CLUBS and Bag Boy collapsible
caddy carts. Ph. 4044 or 2-2058. John-
ny Malloy, Pro. )30B
GET READY FOR SUMMER
with our "Blue Jean" Shorts.
Sizes 10-18. Priced from $1.95 up.
SPECIAL SELLING! Various good brand
names of colognes will be sold Friday
and Saturday for $1.00.
State St. )
Remove Your Jacket
and Flaunt Your Blouse-
If it's one of our wonderful prints
or delicate pastels, you should.
Sizes 32-46.BOnly $2.95 to $14.95
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )2
Gabardine Sport Shirts ,Assorted Colors
Well Tailored. $3.99.
With zipper front, $4.99.
122 E. Washington )8
FURNISHED home near Pinckney avail-
able in Sept. Phone Ypsi 57 or con-
tact L. Walters, Mack & Mack Furni-
ture, Ypsi. )21F
For good accommodations
bring your overnight or
weekend guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144
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Today and Sunday phone 5651
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE done on all
typewriters. Moseley Typewriter Co.,
214 E. Washington. )23B
SPEED-O-TYPING SERVICE - Clean,
neat, accurate. Phone 2-6441. Reas-
onable rates (free pick-up and de-
EXPERIENCED teacher of piano. U. of
M. graduate has openings. Beginners
and advanced. Ph, 2-3944, 6-8 eve-
2 Day Service on Shirts
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215 E. Washington Tel. 9035 )33B
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
ARE OUT OF FASHION
Have yours turned for 50c at
TUCKA WAY HOUSE
E. Liberty at Maynard Phone 9582
Margaret .Nickerson Martin )9
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Done in my own home. Have stretch-
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CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
ations. Prompt service on all altera-
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Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4B
ci OPEN EASTER SUNDAY
1 :00 to 9:00 P.M.
Full Course Dinners,
4633 Washtenaw - 4 miles East of Ann Arbor
Conn, Double. F-B Flat
Guaranteed perfect condition.
Call Morgan at 2-2565
between 5 & 7 p.m.
Tired of Ann Arbor food prices?I
Stop and Figure Your Food Costs Now!
Can You Eat 3 Square Meals a Day For
All Seats Reserved
BABY PARAKEETS. Delightful, inex-
pensive Easter gifts. Also bird sup-
plies and cages. 562 S. Seventh. Ph.
1946, good running, very good-looking.
Private owner. $1175.00. Tel. 2-4287
after 6 p.m. )38
FIRST IN QUALITY
Franchise dealers for RCA, Motorola,
General Electric, and Stewart-War-
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FOR SALE-Tails, size 38, accessories
and shoes. Call 5054 after 5 p.m.
1940 DUO, 18 ft. Housetrailer. Must
sell. Best offer takes. Ph. 6293, 721 E.
Doors Open 1:15 P.M.
Continuous From 1 P.M.
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- Last Times Today -
- Starts Sunday -
A SHyKIND OF GUY
YOU Will TAKE TO
CLUB 211 gives you better food at lower prices because you
control the price, the quality, and the quantity.
CLUB 211 is located at 211 South State Street.
$9.50 Buys You a F ull Week of Meals:
LATIN - AMERICAN CAMERAMAN AUBERT LAVASTIDA
Presents Realistic Scenes Along
at 3:55 - 7:00 & 10 P.M.
-- Plus -
at 1:45-5:30-8:35 P.M.
Choice of juices or fruits in season; Cereal or eggs; Unlimited
bread; Pat of butter; Choice of toast, sweet rolls, or dough-
Soup or juice; Spaghetti and meat sauce or braised beef;
Whipped potatoes; Glazed onions or peas and carrots; (Salad
may be substituted for dessert); Unlimited bread; One pat of
butter Fruit Jello; Coffee, tea, or milk.
Cream of tomato soup; Beef loaf or baked ham; Baked potato
or glazed sweet potato; Harvard beets or buttered green beans;
Salad; Unlimited bread; One pat of butter; Ice Cream; Coffee,
tea, or milk.
IT'S NO FISH STORY .. .
See dozens of good sized fish hooked every minute:
IT'S NO OLD WIVES TALE ...
19 Meals . ..
(one on Sunday)
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