THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, *FERRUARY 9*, 19l49
JAZZ FANS GET TREAT:
Sarah Vaughan To Star
In Concert Here Friday
Local jazz fans will have a
chance to hear Sarah Vaughan,
the "girl with the miracle voice,"
and Lester Young's five piece
combination at 8:30 p.m. Friday
in the Masonic Temple.
Miss Vaughan started singing'
professionally in 1943 after
copping top honors in an amateur
William Saroyan's "The Time
bf Your Life" will be presented
by the University of Michigan
Student Players at 8 p.m. Satur-
day and at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in
Mac Ferguson, local band leader,
Will play Wesely, the piano player,
in Saroyan's comedy, which was
recently made into a movie. Jim
Reghi, Grad., has the male lead.
Club president and production
director Mike Cetta, '49, wrote au-
thor Saroyan recently to invite
him to the Student Players' per-
formance and to ask for technical
help, but has received no answer
Meanwhile, the thespians are
giving their rehearsals a realistic
amosphere by holding them at a
local tavern, which resembles the
scene in which the comedy is set.
contest at Harlem's Appollo The-
atre. Later she worked as vocalist
with the bands of Billy Eckstine,
John Kirby and Earl Hines.
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JAZZ CRITICS have called her
the freshest, most inspired and
most original sepia singer to come
along since Ella Fitzgerald. The
press has raved over her "ether-
eally pure tone and instrument-
like senseof phrasing."
Lester Young, starring with
Miss Vaughan, comes from the
spiritual home of modern jazz,
Ne,:c Orleans. Young broke into
the music field at the age of
ten, playing drums in his f a-
ther's carnival band.
YOUNG CHANGED to tenor tax
and rose to fame playing with
Count Basie. He was a standout
star of the unique "Jazz at the
Philharmonic" concerts, which
toured the country presenting the
greatest of the contemporary jazz
artists performing the classics by
which they had become famous.
Now, Young heads his own five
piece jazz combination which is
being programmed with Miss
Tickets for the concert can be
purchased at local record shops.
Hits New H1tli
Monday Record Day;
Books Still Available
The IFC Book Exchange sold
more books Monday than any day
in its history, Dick Morrison,
Open through Friday, but only
for those wanting to buy books,
the Exchange lists a large stock
of English 1 and 2 books, begin-
ning Romance language texts,
Political Science 1, History 11 and
elementary chemistry and math
Hours for the exchange, located
in Room 3-C of the Union, are 1
to 5 p.m.
Extra help running the Ex-
change was supplied by women
from the League who were, ac-
cording to Exchange Manager
Morrison, "a big help."
FIDO TAKES A SLIDE-The above picture of a boy and his dog
preparing for a slide to the ground was reproduced for printing
in today's Daily by a newly developed engraving process which
uses a plastic plate instead of the conventional zinc.
Legality of City Liquor Law
Questioned By State Official
City Council attempts -to "keep
the students sober" by limiting(
liquor sales near campus to drugI
stores have hit a snag.
The State Attorney-General, in
a written opinion on a City Char-
ter amendment, has raised the
question of the legality of the
START THE NEW
7:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
A cook's scream put the Michi-
gan State chapter of Alpha Chi
Sigma on social probation.
The scream woke members of
the local chapter in time to catch
one of two pledges of the Spartan
chapter running off with a drawer
full of silver belonging to the
Wolverine chapter. The police
were called, one of the pledges was
caught, and the silver recovered.
That was last Jan. 15, and it
develops the pledges, foiled by the
local chapter's cook, were under
orders from the MSC chapter's
leaders. Informed of the prank by
the police, MSC authorities placed
their chapter on social probation.
en Roth said that the regulation
of liquor sales is the job of the
State Liquor Commission. Gov.
Williams sent his opinion to the
City Council along with, his dis-
approval of the amendment.
The Charter amendment
would have extended the area in
which stores other thani drug
stores could sell liquor to an
area bounded by Packard and
Roth's opinion raised the ques-
tion of whether or not city per-
mission was needed at all by
stores having a state license.
Assistant City Attorney Louis
C. Andrews said he had some
doubt as to the legality of permit-
ting drug stores to sell spirits and
barring others from doing so.
WHEN ASKED why the distinc-
tion between drug stores and oth-
ers was practiced, Council Presi-
dent Cecil Creal said, "I suppose
it's to keep the students sober."
"But," objected a councilman,"
they can go next door to a drug
store and buy it."
The Council finally voted to
put the amendment on the April 4
ballot for the voters to decide.
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice tocall
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9, 1949
VOL. LIX, No. 86
Student Tea: President and
Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to
students from 4 to 6 o'clock Wed-
nesday, Feb. 9.
Users of the Daily Official Bul-
letin: Because of the inordinate
length of the D.O.B. the Editor is
obliged to warn users of the Bul-
letin that no notice will be printed
more than twice and furthermore,
that the Editor expects to use his
own judgment in reducing un-
reasonably long notices to reason-
Frank E. Robbins
Assistant to the President
Users of the Daily Official Bul-
letin: Need of conserving space
makes necessary the following
announcements: (1) Noticed of
meetings of organizations will be
restricted to the name of the or-
ganization concerned, day, time,
and place of meeting, and name
of speaker and subject. (2) No-
tices for the D.O.B. must be type-
written and double-spaced for
F. E. Robbins
Identification pictures: Any
Jean Fagan Yellin, '50, has been
awarded third prize of $100 in
"Seventeen" magazine's annual
short story contest.
Mrs. Yellin, former secretary of
Student Legislature, and former
Daily staff writer, wrote the story
"It Takes a Peacock Dress," for
Prof. Herbert Barrows' English 48
OAK RIDGE, Tenn.-The gov-
ernment has spent more than $2'
billion on atomic fission research,
student who had an identifica-
tion picture taken at registration
may leave a stamped self-ad-
dressed envelope in a special box
set up outside the Office of Stu-
dent Affairs, 1020 Administration
Bldg. in order to have his identi-
fication card mailed to him. En-
velopes should be left before Feb.
Approved Social Events for the
Graduate Education Club
Alpha Kappa Kappa, Beta
Theta Pi, Cong. Disciples Guild,
Cooley House, Delta Tau Delta,
Lambda Chi Alpha, Les Voya-
geurs,, Mich. Christian Fellow-
ship, Phi Alpha Kappa, Phi Rho
Sigma, Victor Vaughan
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
Student Print Loan Collection:
Students interested in obtaining
a picture for the spring semester
may sign for a print at the West
Gallery, Museum of Art, from
Monday through Thursday morn-
ing, Feb. 7-10. Students are re-
quested to bring student identifi-
cation with them. A rental fee of
50 cents will be charged.
The West Gallery is open from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. The prints
will be distributed from 142 Ad-
ministration Building (basement),
the week of February 14.
University Terrace Apartments
and Veterans' Housing Project:
The waiting list for the Uni-
versity Terrace Apartments and
Veterans' Housing Project will be
open on February 16, 17, and 18.
Application forms will be avail-
able in the Office of Student Af-
fairs. In order to apply for the
waiting list a student must have
the following qualifications:
1. Only married veterans of
World War II who are at present
registered in the University may
2. Only Michigan residents may
apply. (The Regents' definition of
a Michigan resident follows: "No
one shall be deemed a resident of
Michigan for the purpose of reg-
istration in the University unless
he or she has resided in this
State six months preceding the
date of proposed enrollment.")
3. Only students who have com-
pleted two terms in this Univer-
sity may apply. (A Summer Ses-
sion is considered as one-half
4. Only full-time students car-
rying 12 hours of work or more, or
teachers, whose total hours of
teaching and class hours elected
amount to an equivalent of 12
hours or more, may apply.
5. Veterans who have incurred
physical disability of a serious na-
ture will be given first consider-
ation. A written statement from
Dr. Forsythe of the University
Health Service concerning such
disability should be included in
6. Length of service, and par-
ticularly overseas service, will be
an important determining factor.
(In considering an applicant's to-
tal length of service, A.S.T.P.,
V-12, 'and similar programs will
7. If both husband and wife
are veterans of World War II and
the husband is a Michigan resi-
dent.and both are enrolled in the
University, their combined appli-
cations will be given special con-
Each applicant must present
with his' application his Military
Record and Report of Separation.
He must also bring a copy of his
Students who are admitted to
these. apartments may in no case
occupy them for a period longer
than two years.
Courses may not be elected for
credit after the end of the second
week. Fri.. Feb. 18, is therefore
the last day on which new elec-
tions may be approved. The will-
ingness of an instructor to admit
a student later will not affect the
operation of this rule.
Katharine Gibbs School an-
nounces two Memorial Scholar-
ships for the year 1949-50 consist-
ing of full tuition, with a special
course for college women, and a
cash award of $300. Applications
are considered on the basis of
academic record. personal qualifi-
cations and fitness to benefit
from secretarial training. Appli-
cations must be filed by April 1,
1949. Further information is
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- Today & Wednesday -
A Woman Branded Him
Savage... Hired Killer!
- Thursday -
120 E. Washington St.
HEP CAT SYMPHONY
- Coming Thursday -
READ THE CLASSIFIEDS
Classifieds solve your problems!
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED: Pair of man s ski boots 8%
or 9D. Call Maggie 2-3225. )1D
CAN YOU Sell? If so, and you have
two hours a day to spare, it will mean
money in your pocket. Apply 117 W.
COUNTER and Fountain Work. Stu-
dent's wife or co-ed. Morning hours
9-1, Mon. thru Fri. Campus section.
Ph. 5464. )3H
THE DIRECTOR of Camp Nahelu will
be in Ann Arbor Friday, Feb. 11, to
interview experienced men and wo-
men counselors for summer employ-
ment. Jewish clientele. For inter-
view appointment, please call 2-2324
between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Ask for
Mrs. Levin. )1H
ARE YOU GOOD AT SELLING?
Whatever your ambition is going to be
in life, you're going to be selling one
way or another. You may have to
sell your ideas, your potentialities, or
some other thing. All you need is
experience. Here is the opportunity
to get that experience.
Students' interests have been aroused
on the excellent students' rates on
Life and Time magazines due to wide-
ly circulated advertising and thou-
siaids of circulars. Statistics in other
colleges sho wthat at least 35% of
the students will order subscriptions.
Only one-tenth that number have
done so at Michigan, so the field is
wide open for big profits. Hundreds
of canvassers are wanted now-to
call students by telephone and to
contact students In person to take
their orders. Out of every ten stu-
dents you contact, you wil lsell four
subscriptions at least. Every student
must be contacted in the next few
You get large commissions plus a bo-
nus plan. You get sales experience
selling a pair of famous magazines
to an interested public. You will
earn from $50 to $125 a month for
spare time work.
Drop in tonight at 8 p.m. for the first
promotion meeting. You will receive
an order book and a schedule of rates
and commissions. You will hear a
valuable talk on how to go about
coutacting students and selling them
subscriptions. You will be assigned
a group of the alphabet in an area
and you will be assigned a telephone
hour. You will be uinder no obliga-
ion if you ecome lown tonight. If
I he idea appeals to you, you can
sign ui immediately.
Meetings are on Monday, Wednesday
,,nd Friday nights at 8. The location
is Room 202. Darling Building, locat-
ed at the corner of East Liberty and
Fifth Avenue. The Student Periodi-
cal Agency, Ph. 2-8242 or 6007. )1Q
LOST AND FOUND
LOST--Glasses-red case, near State
Theatre. Call Pat 2-4514. )6L
LOST-Change purse containing keys,
watch. Reward! Ph. Phyllis 9317. )3L
LOST-In or near U. Hosp. Parker blue
gold band fountain pen. Please re-
turn to Info. Office, Univ. Hosp. )1L
LOST-Man's Wrist Watch on or near
campus. Watch has spring band and
black face. Reward. Ph. 2-9582. )4L
DO YOU want experience in advertis-
ing, sales, lay-out, accounting or
general office procedure? Learn your
work where a mistake doesn't mean
your job, where you have fun whija
you learn. Come to The Michigan
Daily Bldg., 420 Maynard St., Thurs-
day, 4:00 P.M. )4P
SALLY, this is the "Pay-off". If you
don't ask me to Mortar Board's dance,
we're through! Your J-Flop Date.
ROOMS FOR RENT
DOUBLE ROOM on west side for men.
Phone 2-0046. )12R
TO SHARE-Double room for male
student, near campus. 906 Green-
WELL FURNISHED double room for
male student. 1218 Olivia. Call after 6.
SINGLE ROOM for male studevt, one
block from Washtenaw and S. "U".
Clean. quiet. No smoking or drink-
ing. Call 6226 morning or evening.
QUIET, DOUBLE front room for two
male students. Telephone, shower,
two blocks from campus. Phone 6)40
after 6 P.M. )8R
VACANCY for male students. On cam-
pus, 811 East Ann. Ph. 2-2052. )4R
TWO Vacancies-1/ of triple, 1/2 of
double. Call 2-9245. Close to campus.
WORK for grad student in part ex-
change for room near campus. 509 S.
Division. ) 5R
DOUBLE Rooms for men available.
Campus location. Call 2-2690 or
FOR RENT-Pleasant double student
room for men. Convenient to cam-
pus. 326 E. Ann. Phone 2-4696. )7R
ROOMS for two male students at Whit-
more Lake. Kitchen privileges. Trans-
portation furnished if necessary. Call
Bob after six. Whitmore Lake 4092.
BLACK TUXEDO-37 long, almost new,
18 Wenkey House, 2-4401. )11
FOR SALE-Remington Noiseless Port -
able, brand new, never used. Call Ben
Schulkin, 9310 after 7:00 P.M. )12,
BABY Parakeets and Canaries. Bird
supplies and cages. Moderate prices.
562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )4
SHRINK CONTROLLED SWEATERS!!
Short Sleeve - 5.95 - Pastels
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )1
ONE SET of New Britannica Encyclo-
paedia for sale. See after 6 p.m. D. S.
Heron, 432 Maynard, Ph. 2-7286. )10
AFTER INVENTORY CLEARANCE
Group of Dresses $10.00
Were originally to $35.00
Sizes from 9-15, 10-44
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )2
New Joselli Spring Suits
Moderately Priced $29.95 to $49.95
Sizes 9-15, 10-16.
Come in. Make your selection.
Use our convenient Layaway Plan
Randall's Specialty Shop
306 S. State )3
LAUNDRY done in home, experienced
worker. Ph. 2-3036. )9B
LAUNDRY - Washing and /or ironing
done in my home. Free pickup and
delivery. Phone 2-9020. )2B
BOOKCASES, Shelves made to order.
Exceptionally low prices. 611 Church.
Prices Reasonable 2-2020 )3B
ALTERATIONS on women's garments.
Near Stockwell Hall, 410 Observatory.
Ph. 2-2678. )10B
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. Univ., 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-1213
CHUCK DOWNER and3his Orchestra
Ph. 25-0031 )2P
HALF of double room with sleeping
room. Near campus. Ph. 2-1249. )2F
SMALL Furnished Apartment, suitable
for 2 adults, preferably both em-
ployed or in school. In the best resi-
dential area of Plymouth, 17 miles
from Ann Arbor. Oil heat, hot water,
electric range and refrigerator. $60
p6r month and half the utility bills,
Post Office Box 641, Plymouth, Mich
TRY OUR GENUINE
Served Daily and
To Take Out.
* FRENCH FRIES
* PLATE LUNCHES
302 South Main
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A F R IDAY
DOSTOYfEVSKY'S MASTERPI ECE.
Pierre Blonchor as Raskolnikov
Harry Baur as Inspector Porfiry Petrovitch
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Xta t Time
50c (tickets at door)
1I S. State St.
NORTH STAR BOYS CAMP
FE RSONN EL
DO YOU want regular lunch and din-
ner Mon. through Fri. for only $2 per
day at the famous Stage Coach Inn
on State and Huron? If so, call Herb,
8064 anytime. One week trial period
starts Mon., Feb. 14. )6B
FEBRUARY SPECIAL! Portable Type-
writer Service. We will install a new
ribbon, oil your machine, and clean
the type, all for $2. 24-hr service.
Thrasher and Co., 114-116 E. Wash-
ington, Ph. 2-6503. )7B
STILL AVAIL ABLE
University of Michigan Oratorical Association
1948-49 LECTURE COURSE
CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER
MEN and WOMEN
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