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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WMDNTSDAY,

juniors May Enroll Now-
In English Honors Course

Seniors in the literary college
next year have a chance now to
enroll in one of the few tutorial
courses in the University-the
English Honors course.-
Initiated a quarter of a century,
ago, the course traditionally pro-!
yides opportunities for gifted stu-,
lents to develop real friendships
with their teachers, while carry-
gg on an intensive study of Eng-
lish literature from the early 16th
century to the present.
THE COURSE is not restricted
to English concentrators; in fact,
some of the best students in it
in the past have been pre-law
and pre-medical students, accord-,
ing to Prof. Karl Litzenberg of the
English department, who is chair-
man of the English Honors com-
mittee.
The work, conducted in week-
ly seminars and tutorial con-
ferences, includes 13 reading
assignments for the year, cover-
ing the major works from Sir
Thomas More to Clifford Odets
and E. E. Cummings.
Discussions in the seminar are
led by specialists in the field being
studied. In the tutorial, the stu-

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NOW

lent confers with his tutor in-
dividually about the work.
* a *
STUDENTS WRITE a short pa-
per on each reading assignment,
and an honors thesis at the end
of the year. They are graded on
oral and written examinations and
the thesis, receiving 10 hours
credit for the year's work.
Applications, which are due Sat-
urday, will be judged on the basis
of academic record and a personal
intervice.
Feature World
Understanding
In Two Events
An open forum on international
understanding and a radio broad-
cast by foreign students will
headline today's observance of In-
ternational Cooperation Week,
May 1-8.
"What We've Learned about the
American Way of Life" will be the
theme of the broadcast at 3:30
p.m. over station WUOM.
FOREIGN STUDENTS will par-
ticipate in the panel discussion
and Robert Klinger, assistant
counselor to foreign students, will
moderate.
The forum will be conducted
by the newly-formed University
UNESCO council at 8 p.m. in.
the Rackham Auditorium. The
meeting will feature four dis-
placed students at the University
as speakers.
Prof. William Haber, of the eco-
nomics department, Manfred C.
Vernon, of the political science de-
partment, and Dean Mary C.
Bromage, associate dean of wom-
en, will also be speakers.
* * *
THE STUDENTS will tell of
their experiences at the University,
Dean Bromage will speak on "Dis-
placed Students at the Univer-
sity."
The forum is the first in a se-
ries which the UNESCO council
will have for the purpose of bet-
ter international understanding.
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motions would create resent-
ment without removing discrim-
ination.
However Marshall Lewis, Men's
Judiciary Council member, ax-
gued that, although he was a
fraternity man, he felt that the
two motions would do affiliated
groups more good than harm.
"Local chapters of fraternities
are in a weak bargaining position
with nationals," he said.
* * *
"BUT WITH Universities op-
posed to discriminatory clauses,
national conventions would have
to act," Lewis said.
Harvey Weisberg, National Stu-
dent Association regional presi-
dent, proposed adoption of the
two motions on the "basis of both
principle and expediency."
He argued that the educa-
tional aims of the University,
and student demand both na-
tionally and locally indicate
that a rule barring future re-
cognition of discriminatory
groups is needed.
* ,~.*
AFTER HEARING all testi-
mony, the SAC went into closed
session and passed the constitu-
tion-filing rule by a unanimous
vote.
SAC is composed of seven stu-
dents and six faculty members.
Student members of the SAC at
yesterday's meeting were: Patricia
Hannagan, Women's Judiciary;
Pat McKenna, The League; Mar-
ian Trapp, Student Legislature;
Harriett Friedman, Michigan
Daily; William Reitzer, Men's Ju-
diciary; Jim Jans, SL president;
Bob Holland, Michigan Union.
Faculty members were Dean
Mary C. Bromage; Dean Walter
C. Emmons, Engineering college;
Prof. Kenneth Jones, botany;
Prof. Dudley Phelps, Business Ad-
ministration; Prof. Irving Ander-
son, education; Prof. Lionel Laing,
political science. Dean of Students
Erich A. Walter is chairman of
the committee without vote. Also
present were Dean Walter Rea
and John A. Gwin of the Office of
Student Affairs.

Prof. Richard C. Boys, of the
English department, yesterday re-
ceived the 1948-49 Henry Russel
Award as the University's assis-
tant professor who shows the
greatest promise for the futnre on
the basic of scholarly achieve-
ment.
Established by an endowmenti
from the late Henry Russel, of
Detroit, the award was given to
Prof. Boys in recognition of his
work in teaching as well as re-
search and writing on 18th cen-
tury English Literature.
* * *
IN ADDITION to his scholarly
Teacher Quits
Overcrowded'
Detroit_ College
DETROIT-(P)--A Wayne.'Uni-
versity professor is quitting be-
cause of "overcrowded conditions"
and "inadequate classrooms."
A University graduate, Dr.- Ern-
est B. Skaggs, 55, former head of
the psychology department, .said
he would take advantage of his re-
tirement pension this summer.
"I'm not trying to reform
things," he asserted. "But we have
to take care of too many students
in badly overcrowded conditions,
as everyone knows. The inade-
quate classrooms are miserable."
Dr. Skaggs said that he will de-
vote his time to private research
and study, "things I haven't been
able to do at Wayne." He is the.
author of numerous books on psy-
chology.
Humorless Nerve
CLEVELAND-Physiologists re-
port that the funny bone is not a
bone, and hitting it is by no means
funny. The funny bone is really a
nerve, and when pressed causes
pain.

Prof. Richard Boys Wins MUSICAL TREAT IN STORE:
'49 Henry Russel Award 'U' Students To Hear

attainments, Prof. Boys has served
as academic counseldr in the lit-
erary college, is past president of
the University chapter of the
American Association of Univer-
sity Professors, chairman of the

Own Compositions'

Music school composers are in
for a rare treat-an opportunity to
hear their own compositions per-
formed-at a composition forum
to be held at 8:30 p.m. today in
Rackham Assembly Hall.
Ross Lee Finney, visiting profes-
sor of composition, and Homer
Keller, instructor in theory and
composition, will direct the pr)-
gram.
THE FORUM will open with
"Five Preludes for Piano" by bon-
ald Scavarda, '51SM. performed by
Miss Barbara Traub, '51SM.
George Cacioppo's 'Three
Songs" and "The Moon West-
ers Low" will he sung by Miss
Charlotte Boehm, '49SM. Miss
Boehn will be accompanied by
Miss Lydia Pekarsky, '49SM.
Donald Price, baritone, will
singd"Chartless" and "Jenny
Kissed Me," also by Cacioppo. He
will be accompanied at the piano
by Miss Pekarsky.
* * *

TASTY BARBEQUE
BAR B.Q. CHICKEN BAR B.Q. SPARE RIBS
Bar B.Q. Beef Sandwiches Bar B.Q. Pork Sandwiches
ITALIAN SPAGHETTI and MEAT BALLS
Phone 9484
122 W. Washington
$3 Minimum Order Delivered Free
Open at 4 P.M.-Closes at 3 A.M.-Closed All Day Tuesday

"ADANTE AND
then be played by
Sidney Milder.

Toccata" will
the composer,

PROF. RICHARD BOYS
* *.*
literary college scholarship com-
mittee and a member of the Art
Cinema board.
He is now co-editor of the Au-
gustan Reprint Society's publi-
cations, a member of the Uni-
versity's Research Club, and is
chairman-elect of the 18th cen-
tury group of the Modern Lan-
guage Association.
Approximately 20 of his liter-
ary commentaries have reached
publication already.
A NATIVE of Kalamazoo, the
youthful Prof. Boys received his
bachelor's degree from Harvard
University in 1935 and a Doctor
of Philosophy degree from John
Hopkins University in 1939.
He joined the University facul-
ty that same year.

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"Six Songs" by Miss Anita
Denniston will be sung by Miss
Grace Hampton, '50SM, soprano,
accompanied at the piano by
Miss Esther Hagen, '49SM.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Contributors to
What's Up in the Dorms should con-
tact Dolores Palanker at The Daily
or 105 Betsy Barbour.)
Now on display at Vaughan
Hoase are photographs taken by
the Vaughan House Camera Club.
Subjects of the pictures include
house members, still life and art
photography.
The exhibit began Sunday and
will continue throughout the week.
The public is invited.

SEATS AVAILABLE
FOR ALL PERFORMANCES
THE ACADEMY AWARD WINNER!
BEST PICTURE OF THE YEARI
BEST ACTOR OF THE YEARI
Yarence Ol2kr
.by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
A Universal-In.rnaionat Releas.
Engagement Ends May 5 T eEaiy
Extra Ma
Eves, and Sui
Phone 5651 All pri

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The program continues with
"Andante for String Trio" by
George Wilson, '51SM; "Passaca-
glia" ±y Frederick Budworth,
'49SM; played by Robert Hender-
son, SM Grad; and "Slow Move-

ment for Piano and String Quar-
tet" by Dean Nuernberger, '50SM.
The concluding number will be
"Rondo" by Delwyn Elliot, '49SM,
played by Alan Squire, '49SM,
clarinet, and Arthur Kennett,
'49SM, piano.

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YED SEATS ONLY
E Sunday. 2:30 and 8:30
tinee Sunday at 5:30
s.: $1.20, $1.50 and $1.80
sn.: $1.20, $1.80 And $.40
ices include taxes.

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ENJOY A WEEK of MEALS,
Pt a 900

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JOHN WAYNE
PEDRO
ARMERDARIZ
CAREY, JR.
G@Y"BRIEE
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FOR
SALE

'33 CHEV. COUPE-Rumble seat,
215 Lloyd, 6:30 to 7:30.

$50.

Also
MUTT IN A RUT
NEWS
- Coming Saturday -
"DOWN TO THE
SEA IN SHIPS"

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STARTS TODAY
Thru Friday
Mat. 'til 5 30c Nights 40c
PLUS

SERVICYCLE - First class condition.
Reasonable. Call Paul 2-6829. )45
BROWN GABARDINE SUIT, two-but-
ton double-breasted, size 38 long. Call
2-9707 after 7:00 p.m. and ask for
Smart. )44
ATTENTION KNITTERS!
Running Short of Yarn?
WOMEN'S EXCHANGE
Nickels Arcade )12
10 PIECE DINING-ROOM SUITE -
kitchen set, davenport bed, washing
machine. Reasonable offer accepted.
Chi Ypsi, 1059-W1. )18
MOTORCYCLE SALE
A very good selection. All priced to sell.
Will accept trade-ins.
A Complete Rebuilding Service.
INDIA MOTORCYCLE SALES
207 W. Liberty St. Phone 2-1748
) 10
3122 Nat. Sc. Bldg. )28
$75.00--32 CHEV.-4-door, radio, heater,
4 new tires. Acting diploma. 330
Thompson, 2-1610. )43
Capture those pleasant events by pic-
tures. We have a magazine cine ko-
dak and case just like new for $150.00.
CALKINS FLETCHER
State St. )
"LIFE WITH MOTHER"
HAS BEEN WONDERFUL!
Remember her with a Lasting Gift.
Scatter Pins - Bracelets - Necklaces
and Earrings - She'll be proud to wear.
Only $1.00 to $7.95
ELIZABETH DILLON
State Street )2
BIRDS FOR MOTHER'S DAY-Beauti-
ful singing canaries and parakeets-
also cages. Mrs. Ruffins, 562 S. Sev-
enth.
MAN'S ENGLISH Coventry Bicycle and
Ladies Raleigh. Both equipped 3
speed gears, handbrakes, locks and
baskets. Excellent condition. Call
2-0279 after 5:30. )31
MAY FESTIVAL TICKETS-Two com-
plete blocks, top balcony, section 15,
row D, whole or in part. Call Carioba.
6 to 9 p.m., 2-1471. )32
1947 CHEK (European Lightweight Mo-
torcycle). Bill Shreve, 2-4481. )33
SUMMER TUX COAT (White)-Size 37.
Ph. 2-4591, 226 Prescott. )34
1947 PLYMOUTH-Maroon 4-door, ra-
dio, heater, spotlight, other extras.
excellent condition, low price. 1463
Univ. Terr., Apt. 1231, Phone 4017. )36
1948 COLONIAL MANOR TRAILER -
29 ft., sleeps six, refrigeration, hot
water heater, awning, like new, cheap.
1300 Hutchins. )37
TWO FESTIVAL tickets, ninth row,
main floor, for individual concerts.
Phone 2-2901. )39
FOR SALE-250 CC Motorcycle 4
speed transmission, only 2900 miles.
Newcondition. Reasonable. 312 S.
Ashley. )40

FOR SALE
MAY FESTIVAL season ticket-Main
floor. Call 2-4561, Rm. 375 )42
ELEVEN acres, half wooded, small
cabin, ten minutes from Ann Arbor,
$245 per acre. Call Centerline
3722-W:., u ) 41
MICHIGAN "T" shirts for the chil-
dren, yellow and blue. $1.75. Sizes
1-3 and 2, 4, 6, 8, white with date,
$1.50, sizes 2, 4, 6, 8. They are made
of dureme cotton.
BEA NICKELS .7 Nichef1 MAcade
TUXEDO, excellent cond., good bar-
gain, size 37. Ph. 2-4551-Marty.. )27
ZEISS SUPER Ikonta "C" Camera.
Leather case. $160. 2-9667 after 5
p.m. )29
FIRST IN QUALITY
TELEVISION
Franchise dealers for RCA, Motorola,
General Electric, and Stewart-War-
ner. Aero Radio Sales & Service.
Phone 4997. )7
GOLF CLUBS and Bag Boy collapsible
caddy carts. Ph. 4044 or 2-2858. John-
ny Malloy, Pro. )30B.
COUSINS
Store on STATE STREET
Imported2Italian Straw Bags
$2.95 Plus Tax )1
THE PERFECT GIFT for Mother's Day
is one from our selection of station-
ery, fountain pens, pencils, and other
gifts. We also have the best of new
novels in fiction.
OVERBECK'S
1116 S. University )6
HOTTEST JEEP in the world. Special
station wagon top, souped up heater.
my first price is $1350. What is your
first price, Joe? See M. F. Read,
FOR BEST BUYS - SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington
Foot Lockers (taxes included) $9.99
U.S. Navy "T" Shirts 49c
Zelan Jackets with Zippers $3.88
Athletic Hose, All Wool 49c )8
LOST
and
FOUND
DID YOU EXCHANGE lady's tan gab-
ardine coat upstairs in League Sat.
p.m., April 23? Ph. Connie 2-1284.
93L
LOST-Gold band onyx ring Friday at
Palmer Field tennis courts or State
Theater. Reward. 2-9587. )39L
LOST-Green and silver lady's Sheaffer
pen, gold point, Friday on Main
St.,Reward. Ph. 5470. 41L
WANTED TO RENT
APT. WANTED for summer only or
longer. Call Jagna Braunthal. 2-0366.
22W
STUDENT and wife want apartment
for summer session only. Local refer-
ences. Dorothy Andrews. 2-4561. )19W

ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS for three boys during summer
school and two for fall school year.
Unusually convenient location, on
Walnut St., off South University.
Phone 5862 nights. )P9R
MAY:.ESTIVAI at .OM S available for
guests in private homes. Call Student
Room Bureau, 2-8827, 11:30-12, 6:30-
7:00. )1R
, TRANSPORTATION
PASSENGERS wanted to Chicago or
Milwaukee week-ends. Call 2-1241.
38T
HELP WANTED
MAN TO WORK evenings, 9-10:30, exc.
Sat. Free Press distrib. $8 per week.
Thru May. See L. H. Legters, 718
Monroe St. today 4-6 p.m.g )31T
BUSINESS
SERVICES
24 HOUR SERVICE by request.
ACE HAND LAUNDRY
1114 S. University.
33B
TYPING DONE. Phone 2-3357. 41B
TYPING SERVICE-Student papers, re-
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done by experienced typists. For in-
formation call 6197. )39B
24-Hour Service by Request
HOME QUALITY SERVICE
215 E. Washington, Ph. 9035 )33B
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE done on all
typewriters. Moseley Typewriter Co.,
214 E. Washington. )23B
EXPERIENCED teacher of piano. U. of
M. graduate has openings. Beginners
and advanced. Ph. 2-3944, 6-8 eve-
nings. )36B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
)3B
FRAYED COLLARS
ARE OUT OF FASHION
Have yours turned for 50c at
TUCKA WAY HOUSE
E. Liberty at MaynardHPhone 9582
Margaret Nickerson Martin )9
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 8161 )5B
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
ations. Prompt service on all altera-
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 E.
Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4B

For good accommodations
bring your overnight or
weekend guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOMJ
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144
BOOKS
For the Best in Bookbinding
at a price you can afford
OLSEN'S BINDERY
325 E. Hoover Phone 2-7976
)37B
PERSONALS 2
M
TO OUR MISSING SALESMAN - Stop
trying to sell ,people Royal Portable
Typwriter in the Arb. There's the
ONE place people aren't interested.
Office Equipment Service Co., 1116
So. University. )1B
BABY SITTERS - Call Kiddie Kare,
2-1903; if no answer call 25-7364. )28B
SENIORS-Phone us nowabout a sub-
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College Rate. Student run Student
Periodical Agency, 2-82-42. 9 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. )24P
CALL 2-3725 Now, for that GIFT OF
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facials, permanents, vapor baths,
shampoo, sets and styles, expert shap-
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ienced operators. First floor location.
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Salon, 1031 E. Ann. )32P
CAMPUS
CORSAGE SERVICE
A Student Service for Students
Thrill your date for the coming
formals by a corsage from us.
We offer discount on N.S.A. cards
Phone 2-7032 )201
COUSINS
Store on STATE STREET
For May-style: Picture straw
hats-$4.95 )1
COTTON SKIRTS - 25 styles from
which to select-plain colors, plaids
and prints. Sizes 9-15, 24-30. Priced
from $1.95' to $7.95.
Randall's, 305 S. State )1P
IALICE-The children are crying again
-the alarm clock keeps them awake.
Please come home and take it to
Jenks & Co. to have it fixed. He's at
221 E. Liberty. Ph. 2-6220. Urgent.
Ben. 40P

Read What Louis Armstrong Says
About Our Concert May 15:
Dear Fans: May 2, 1949
Well, Well, Well look who's coming to town . . . Why folks,
this bunch of musicians are some of the hottest cats that ever picked
up an instrument to blow . . . I personally know, because I've played
with all of these boys . . . And as serious as I am about my horn,
you know I wouldn't be just saying this to be fancy.
There is Art, Wild Bill, Pee Wee, Brad, Ward, Sharbaro. They'll
just about "Gass Ya" no end . . . Take it from 01' Satchmo, Dig'em
Gates, Dig'em
Red beans and ricely yours,
LOUIS ARMSTRONG
SPXIELAND
JAZZ CONCERT
PRESENTED BY
The U. of M. Hot Record Society
featuring
ART HODES ALL-STARS
with
WILD BILL DAVISON, ART HODES, Piano
Trumpet HERB WARD, Bass
PEE WEE RUSSELL, Clarinet TONY SBARBARO, Drums
BRAD GOWANS, Trombone
Plus BROWNIE McGHEE, Folk Ballad Singer
Sunday, May 15, Hill Auditorium, 8 P.M
Tickets $1.50, $1.20, 90c
Advance Sale, May 1.9, General Sale, May 7.15
All Seats Reserved
(Use this convenient order blank for ordering concert tickets)
ADVANCE SALE FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
Make checks payable to
HOT RECORD SOCIETY Mail Orders Not
% Dean Rea Accepted After#
1020 Administration Bldg. Monday, May 9, Midnight
Ann Arbor, Mich. I
Enclosed find a check or money order for $..............
[for tickets to the Dixieland Jazz Concert, Sunday, May 15, at
[ 8 p.m. Number and section as indicated below.

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For those of you who are unable to take
advantage of CLUB 211's eating plan,
meals are being served regularly at stan-
dard cafeteria prices.
CLUB 211'
J. D. MILLER'S CAFETERIAS ...211 S. STATE ST.

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