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THlE MCHIGAN I DAILY

~FRIDAY. FEBRtUARY Vi

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i SP,44fJ uf1204 South University Avenue
....serving .. .
BREAKFASTS, LUNCHEONS and [SINNERS
SANDWICHES and SALADS
from
7:00 A.M. to 1 :00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Closed Sundays

FULBRIGHT ACT:
Government. To Foot BillE
Of U.S. Students Abroad

AILY
BUSLLETFIN

up by March 7. Students is nhing graduate women), Betsy Barbour
an extension of time beyond -±this Hou0se (for graduate women only),
date in order to make up this>> eague Houses. Sorority Houses.a
work should file 2 pet it ion atd- V, ork should file a petition ad-
dressed to the wprpiae i- t(''ic no-members as well as
cial in their sho ih11 d members). andl Co operait iveo

The type of res ince desired
should 1be spelcified t the time the
application is mal;de, Accommoda-
excet cooiupe°ra tiv.e lhouses .

SPECIAL!!r
DAILY DE~N FEATURE

Burger in the "Basket
35c
,' ade from , freshly g~round full f lat ored beefwih g l e Dr n h f id I a o Po t es
Your choice of relish, pickle or onion.. (
The W"OLVE INE4"tD EN
South University and Forest1
THE IDEAL STUDENT CEN'TER - TV

American students will soon
get increased opportunities for
study abroad with expenses paid
by the U.S. government.
The next academic year will
see seven countries playing host
to Americans under the Fulbright
Act for educational exchanges. s
THE LAW provides that for-
eign credits acquired by the U.S.1
through sale of surplus war pro-
perty located in foreign countries
can be used to pay expenses of
American students and profes-
sors in those countries.
Only foreign currencies will 1
be available under the act, so
living expenses of foreign stud-
ents in the U.S. cannot be paid.
For U.S. citizens transporta-
tion, tuition, maintenance and
other expenses may be paid to
finance studies, research and in-
struction.
NINE COUNTRIES have sign-
ed agreements with the U.S. to
implement the act :
China, Burma, Philippines,
Greece, Italy, France, Belgium,
Luxembourg, Great Britain and
New Zealand.
Competition for graduate study
in 1949-50 in Belgium, Luxem-1

bourg, the Netherlands and New
Zealand closes March 1.
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS for
Fulbright awards are U.S. citi-
zenship, a college degree and
knowledge of the language of the'
country.j
Grants are for one year, with
the possibility of renewal, and!
they require connection with
an approved educational insti-
tu tion.
The grants will vary in amount.
The cost of living, availability of,

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all.
members of the U 1niversi ty'. Notices
for the Bulletin should he sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Boom 1021
Angell flail, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.nm. Sat-
u rdays).

ministration Building, wheire iti
will be transmitted.j
Women students planning to
attend the 1949 Summer Se Sion
may apply now for housing inl the
Office of the Dean of WVomern.
The following residences \v ill ibel
open : The New Women's Resi-I
dence (for graduate and under-1

VOL. LIX, No. 88
Notices

1949

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Diormiltory News'

Clean

Sweep

Winter Stocks
of former

DOf all,
regardless
prices'

AFTER-INVENTORY
LERAC

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WVAashington's Birthday: The
cnly onp-dav ~yhrliil',xielistediin

other funds, financial status and 4the atcamilcaenda uadpte
professional level of the candi- bny the Regents at their meeting
date will be taken into account. of December 18, 1948 are Thanks-
giving Day. Memorial Darr, and

Houses.

STUDENTS ELIGIBLE for GI
benefits may also apply for a
Fulbright grant, but must comn-
pete with other candidates on the
basis of personal and scholastic
qualifications.
The Institute of Internation-
al Education answers inquiries,
receives applications and makes
preliminary selection of appli-
cants. It is located at 2 West
45th Street, New York City 19.
Dean Ralph A. Sawyer of the
graduate school is adviser for
both students and faculty memh-
bers who are interested in Ful-
bright grants.

Independence1Day.U
Washington's Birthday is not
a holiday.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
College of Literature, Science and
the Arts, Schools of Education,
Forestry, Music and Public
Health:
Students who received marks
of I, X, or 'no report' at the close
of their last semester or summer
session of attendance will receive
a grade of E in the course or
courses unless this work is made

(EDITrOR'S NOTE: Contributors to
What's Up in the D~orms should con-
tact Dolores Palanker at The Da:ily or
105 Betsy Barbour.)
Only Units 3 and 4 of the newv
women's dorm's four dlivisions
are completed. Fifty < r duate
students are living on the sixth
floors of Units 1 and 2. however.
New officers elected Tuesday in
Unit 3 are Barbara Johnson,
president; Courtney Sherbrooke,
vice-president; Winifred Wong,
secretary:; and 'reetah Dondero,;
treasurer.
VICTOR VAUGHN will have
an open house this evening with
nurses from St. Joseph's Hospital
and women from. Mosher-Jordia
Halls as special guests.

BEAUTIFUL DRESSES
Crepes -- Failles -- Gabardines
All Good for Season's of Wear

50 DRESSES
Originally to $19.95
50 DRESSES
Origin ally to $29.95

Now $700

Now $Q

100 DRESSES
(Ihigiitally to $39.95

Now X19

MICHIGAN

Today and
35c until

Saturday
5 P.M.

RiEAD THlE CL1ASSIF IEDS

Personals?

Transportation?

Sales?

Housing?

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------ - -- - __-NEXT SUNDAY ----- - -
I"-"THE THREE MUSKETEERS"
~TONJGlIT! TNI77T
Plenity of Tickets Available tit tihe Door
SAR"Ah 'VAUGHAN
LESTER YOUNG and Orchestra
JAZZ CO9NCERTF6
AASON IC TEMPLE
8:30 -11:00
Tickets on Sate at tihe Door, .M.

BUSINESS SERVICES
SEASONED WOOD
Fireplace or furnace, phone 4575. ) 12B
LITERARY criticism and private tutor-
ing in composition. Remedy inade-
quate expression. Ph. 2-1590 for ap-
pointment. )11B
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
T)RESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Prices Reasonable 2-2020 )3B
RENTAL TYPEWRITERS
Reasonable Rates
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. Univ., 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-1213
)1B
FEBRUARY SPECIAL! Portable Type-j
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
DANCE
music
CHUICK DOWNER and his Orchestra
Ph. 25-0031 )2P
FOR SALE

ROOM AND BOARD
BOARDERS wanted. Reasonable rates.
1429 Hill Street, call 2-8809. )113
FOR RENT
SINGLE Room for male student on So.
Div. Reasonable. Ph. 2-1642. )3F
ROOM for male student, , of double,
3 blocks fram caimpus, :f6 per wveek.
Call 28309. )17R
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Fri., Feb. 4, Blue Parker 51 pen,
silver cap. Call K. Swords, 2-6674.
LOST-Brown plastic rimmed glasses in
Dr. Gaynes case. Call B. Besso. 2-1522.
$1 reward. )8L
LOST--Glasses-red case, near State
'Theatre. Call Pat 2-4514. )6L
LOS'.[-7nor uear'1T..I osp. Parker blue
gold band fountain peni. Plea se re-
tuin to Info. Office, Univ. Hosp. )1L
LOS''--Ladies brow n cloth purse. Feb.
4 on Hill mtpar Wash tenaw. Reward.
Ph. 2-6674. )14L
LOST-Gold Bulova Feb. 9. Senti-
mental value, need desperately. Re-
ward offered. Call Jackie Heyman,
2-4561. )11L
LOST-Glasses in leather case. Jan. 17
about 2:00 in N.S. 13ldg. Name inside
case. Phone 3-1511, ext. 2146. ) 12L

ROOMS FOR RENT
WELL FURNISHED double room for
male student. 1218 Olivia. )IOR
VACANCY for male students. On cam-
pus, 811 East Ann. Ph. 2-2052. )4R
VACANCY in big double room in grad-
uate house for girls. Breakfast privi-
leges. 1101 Church. Ph. 26753. )15R
DOUBLE ROOM available for 2 male
students. Inquire after 4 at 1006
Packard. ) 16R
CLOSE TO Campus. Nice double room
to share with one male student. No
smoking-. Ph. 5372. )14R
HALF OF double room to share with
pre-med student. One block south of
campus. Call 2-71:33. )13R
DOUBLE ROOM on west side for men.
Phone 2-0046. ) 12R
TO SHARE-Double room for male
student, near campus. .906 Green-
wood. })11 R
WEEK-END Rooms available in private
homes. Call Student Room Bureau.
2-8827, 11:30-12, 6:30-7:00. }1R
EXCELLEN'T' double andI single near
campus, for quiet men. Call 2-3061.
after 7 p.m. )18R
SINGLE or double. 964 W. Cross, Ypsi-
lanti. I block west of Tower. Ph1.
8695. )19R
GRADUATE student or teacher, part
of double room with law student
available now for man. Shower, con-
tinuous hot water, comfortable. Near
campus and Union. Rent: reasonable.
509 S. Division, near Jefferson. )20R
TODAY
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
Continuous Daily from 1:30
Admission 501: inc. tax
French Dialogue
English Titles1

HELP WANTED
MAN to work evenings, except Sat. 10
hours per week; $1.00 per hour. Call
L. H. Legters, 8883, 7-8 pirn. }41-
THlE DIRECTOR of~ Camp Nahelu will
be in Ann Arbor Friday. Feb. 11, to
interview experienuced men and wo-
men counselors for suniier employ-
ment. Jewish clientele. F~or interci-
view appointment, pleaise call 2-23i24
between 11 a nm. andi1 .1 m. Ask for
Mrs. Levin. )1H
PERSONAL
FRATERNITY Board table open for 6
men. Call personally between 71 and
9, 1015 East Huron. Ask for Jim
Robarge. )5P
SALLY, this is the "Pay-off". If you
don't ask me to Mortar Board's dance,
we're through! Your J-Hop D~ate.
3P

1t0'( (?Wool
SWEATERS
A speddgroup of wool pull-
oveis-all good colors for spring.
$3.95
SKIRTS
All wool skirts --plaids, checks,
solids - all colors --- originally to
$101.95. Now....................
$5.00
JEWELRY
2 groups of rings and earrings.
originally $1.00 to $3.95 -- 2
groups of pins, originally to
$14.95. Now only........
49c 98c $1 $3.95
10 COATS
Originolly to $125.00.
Sizes 10 to 20 !'.

Cashmere
SWvvEATERS
originally $12.s)', I gr1oup of
cardiga,.ns andpllvr o'i-
nally L to 1.95
$8.95 to $12.95
BLOUSES
White or tolol-.;aill kir.;-
long and 5shor't (sleve - ette
blouies. Originil VAtli ;s to $0.99i,
Nowv............................
$1.95 - $2.95 - 5
GLOVES
Fabric, leather, msuede gloves -
black, brown or white, originally
$1.75 to $6.00. Nowxv . .....
79c to $2.98
Nowto$4995

1 0 SUITSAf
Originally to $69.95.
Sizes 12-40, 18!/2-241/2. o o1
NOW IS THE TIME 'TO SAVE

FIVE Me'n's Suits, like new. Reasonable. LOST-Ruby-Dianmond Ring. Between
39 Ln.Cl -86 1 P. Bell and South Uiniver'sity. Senti-
Long Cal 2-856.mental value. Reward. Call 5032. )13L

BLACK TUXEDO, size 40 long, excellent
condition $25.00. D~r. J. R. Jones, Man-
chester. Mich. Phone 4061. )15
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. Bir'd
supplies and cages. Moderate prices.
562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )
RIGHT FOR RUSHING
That's our smooth-looking crepe
dresses and smartly-tailored suits!!
COUSINS ON STATE STREET ) 1
TYPEWRITER - Corona Portable. 3
months old, perfect condition. Call
Ralph Burton, 2-9111, after 7 p.m. )17
AFTER INVENTORY SALE
Sweaters - Skirts -- Blouses
Greatly Reduced - All Sizes
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )
AT A SACRIFICE - New wool tweed
coat worn four times. Highly fash-I
ioned with quilted lip-in lining.I
Originally $85.00, now $60. Blue cock- l
tail dress from Saks Fifth Avenue,
worn only twice. Originally $40, now
$25. Peacock blue evening gown,
French design, worn twice, perfect
condition. Originally $50, now $30.
Brown Shepherd's-check hand tailor-
ed wool suit, excellent condition.
Originally $65, now $20. Black moire
dinner-dance dress $15. All in sizes
9 & 10. Call 6152 between 5-8 P.M.
)13
New Josellil Spring Suits
MIoderately 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 5. State )

Saturday, Feb. 26
MICHIGAN
Box Office Sale
Starts Wednesday
ISIEI/W PYMY11iN RRMY

An Intimate Theatre Bringing
Cinema Triumphs From
All Nations

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7Ae ia'6eth hikit .1 ho
309 South State Street

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FRANCE'S FAYORT TR!m
~ THE VERY SEXY ARLETTY USES HER CH1ARMS. IN A
,t BOLDER AND MORE SEDUCTIVE MANNER THAN HAS EVER:
LBEEN DONE ON THE SCREEN BEFORE!ft- DAILY NEWS 00
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508 East Williams

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