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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THIIxsnA,

-Daily-Wally Barth
BAIT CASTERS-Dave Jahsman, Charles Rank and Frank Wes-
terwelt (left to right) practice catching imaginary fish on North
Hall lawn for fly and bait casting class. These unusual activities
attract many comments from spectators.
* * * *
Casting Class Captures
Many Curious Glances

Three-Deck
City Carport
Opens Today
To Be First Lot
IMunicipally Run
Hundreds of students, local cit-
izens and both state and out-of-
state city officials are predicted
to be'on hand today at the formal
unveiling of Ann Arbor's new
$290,000 three-deck carport, at
First and Washington Sts.
Starting with an open house at
2 p.m., festivities will run until
shortly before midnight. An elab-
orate program of entertainment
has been drawn up by officials
and local businessmen, featuring
rooftop dancing, speeches and
band music.
UNDER CONSTRUCTION since
last winter the structure, described
as the first such municipally op-
erated building in the United
States, has facilities to handle 240
to 260 cards. Parking service will
begin tomorrow.
Mayor William E. Brown, Jr.,
will open dedication ceremonies
at 7:30 p.m. following a series
of band numbers by the Ann
Arbor High School Band.
Two local orchestras have been
scheduled to provide dance music
for young and old from 9 p.m. till
midnight. Weather permitting, the
carport's top deck will be used for
the dancing.-.
In case of rain, couples will "cut'
their rugs" on the second deck.
He noted that the combined
parking system and the city-oper-
ated parking building are "firsts"
nationally. Both comprise the lat-
est unit in Ann Arbor's $630,000
automobile parking system, he
said.
CHICAGO-The ratio of doctors
and population has changed great-
ly, says The World Book Encyclo-
pedia. In 1850, there was one doc-
tor for every 572 persons. Today,
there is only one doctor for every
764 persons.

By EDWARD LANNING
For those who have been won-
dering about those men fishing on
the North Hall lawn, the answer
has been found: they are members
of the University's fly and bait
casting class.
The course, initiated in 1947, is
given during the last six weeks of
the spring semester, without
credit. Its aim is practical - to
teach better fishing.
The equipment used is owned by
Prof. Karl F. Lagler, of the zool-
ogy department. In past years
Prof. Lagler has taught the course
himself, but this spring it, was di-
rected by John R. Bassett, '49.
* * *
STUDENTS and the instructor
are plagued by such questionsas
"How are they biting?" "Are you
getting your feet wet?" and "Why
are you fishing out here?" One
day, someone in the Dental School
sent a nurse to inquire the num-
ber of the course.
Disappearing plugs have cre-
ated an annoying mystery. The
half-ounce weights used by the
bait casters are easily flicked off
the line. Bassett said, "They are
lying in the tree on the lawn,
out on State Street, or even in
the Dental School labs."
One of the favorites pastimes of
the would-be fishermen is to cast

at women passing by. "That is why
we dons use hooks," said Bassett.
THE COURSE IS a popular one,
even among upper-classmen and
faculty. Among those auditing it
this spring was Prof. Walter J.
Emmons, assistant dean of the en-
gineering college.
In the past the women, too,
have had fly and bait casting
classes. Bassett stated that in gen-
eral they catch on much faster
than the men.
No one managed to fail the
course, Bassett revealed.

Four Campus
Groups Elect
New Officers

FOR SALE
ONE WHEARY WARDROBE TRUNK-
Large size, very clean, costs new over
$150.00. Sacrifice price $50.00. One
Fortnighter bag like new, cost over
$35.00. Take it away for $17.50. No
tax. See Caretaker at 327 E. Williams
St. ) 65
PORTABLE WASHING MACHINE - 7
months old, 1210 Malden Ct. )66
10-in. TELEVISION SET in excellent
condition. Must sellrby end of semes-
ter. $225. Amplifier Included. Call
or see L. F. Berry, 1415 Cambridge be-
tween 7 and 9. )70
DOLLINA 35mm camera, Schneider f2.9
lens, Compur - rapid shutter time
1/500, 3 copy lens, sunshade filters.
Reasonable price. Call Wi. Brewer,
2-4401, 121 Winchell. )69
MODEL A FORD FOR SALE-Next to
the Coliseum on 5th, Apt. 2. )67
1941 BUICK-Excellent condition. $600.
Phone 2-8427.
36 FORD V-New motor. Tires, Heater.
Phone 2-4010. )59
MAPLE-Bedroom, living room, blue
9x12 rug, lamps, tables, easy washer,
small power tools. 2826 Whitewood
Pittsfield Village. )58
BEAUTIFUL 6 cubic foot G.E refrig-
erator. Used only two months. E. W.
Kruger, 1092 Goshen Court, WRV,
after 6 p.m . )57
GIRLS' Raleigh bike. $115. New-half
that now-5750. )56
LEICA III C-Summitar F1:2 lens. Com-
plete with case and special viewer.
Leitz binoculars-7x50. Lightweight
(28 oz.). High light transmission (51).
Case and strap included. Leitz micro-
scope-4 objectives, 3 oculars, regular
and special mechanical stages and
substage condenser. All in new con-
dition and very reasonably priced. 408
Hamilton Place or call 4493. 155
1936 CHRYSLER SEDAN, best offer;
girl's bicycle, 10 volume world his-
tory; antiques;' Bostonrocker, wash-
stand. Call Bob Thomason, 551. )60
Get Your RONSON Lighter
For Graduation
Pocket and Pencil Lighters-Table
Lighters-Combination Lighters
CALKINS-PLETCHER DRUG CO.
)5
ONE REMINGTON portable typewriter.
Almost new. One table-model Olym-
pic radio-phonograph. Call 26305.
) 3
CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER - 1948
model complete with gear shift and
all extras. Used one summer. $195.
Call 7533 or 6252. )99
BABY PARAKEETS which can be easily
trained to talk-$6.00. Talking Cocke-
tie $50 a pr. Canaries, bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruffin's, 562 S. Sev-
enth. )4
BETTER BUYS AT SAM'S STORE
Short sleeved sport shirts - sanfor-
ized, assorted colors $1.69. U.S. Navy
"T" Shirts 49c. Army-type foot lock-
ers $9.99 (all taxes included). Suntan
pants, sanforized $2.66. Sam's Store,
122 E. Washington.
Phil Hanson Used Cars
1947 BUICK-Roadmaster 4 door Metro-
politan black. Radio, heater, green
nylon seat covers, spotlight, fog-lights.
A gorgeous automobile with only 20,-
000 miles. A real buy at $1645.
1947 CHEVROLET-Convertible coupe.
A blond car with brunette top and
red head interior. Radio, heater, white
walls. In excellent shape-a tremen-
dous value at $1575.
1946 BUICK SUPER - 4 door. Raven"
black. Radio, heater, lifeguard tubes
in new tires. Phil Hanson's finest car.
A steal at $1525.
ALL OF THE ABOVE CARS-May be
bought with approx. $500 down, and
PhilHanson gives a discount to vet-
erans.
Phil Hanson Used Cars
3060 WASHTENAW AVE. PHONE 2-7833
)61
Take a MICHIGAN Polo Shirt
toyour Small Fry at home.
White $1.50 - Maize & Blue $1.75
BEE NICKELS SHOP, 7 Nickels Arcade
)11
1949 FORD 6 Business Coupe. Under-
coating, heater, windshield washers,
rear window wiper, other extras. 25-
0106. )54
MERCURY II CAMERA almost new.
Only 5 films taken. Original cost,
with case $85. Now $40. Ph. Hum-
berto at 2-4296, 727 Oakland. )53
GIRL'S BICYCLE -lightweight, excel-
lent condition. $20. Call Evelyn, 2-
0379. )50
'35 FORD-'39 engine, radio, heater, sell
as is $125. 404 N. 5th Ave. after 6:00
p.m. ) 28
GABARDINE SUIT, 31 waist, practical-
ly new, $30. W. C. Meecham, 1632
Darien, Willow Village. )49
$850
24-ft. 1944 model trailer-roomy, well
insulated. Graduating student must
sell immediately. Can be seen any-
time at 2740 Packard; or call 6007
weekdays 9-5:30. Ask for Mr. John-
son. ) 39
BOOKS

FOR SALE
1948 FORD 2 DOOR-Dual carburetors,
radio, heater, back up lights, fog
lights, spot light, low miles. R. H.
Eaton, 1463 University Terrace. )48
SERVICYCLE-Graduating senior must
sell by June 4. Excellent condition.
Make me an offer. Call Paul Hiser,
2-6824. )46
1941 OLDSMOBILE 6 - In shipshape.
Only $650 or nearest offer, Ph. 8156.
)45
6 CYL. 1936 OLDSMOBILE 2 Door Se-
dan, good condition, $190, 1312 Olivia
St., Ph. 2-0665. )40
FINE OLD BRICK HOME at Ann Arbor
limits. Beautifully remodeled, lot 100
feet by 300 feet. House 150 feet back
from the road among the trees. Pine
panneled recreation room with fire
place. Automatic gas, hot water heat.
Call Oril Ferguson, Realtor, 928 For-
est. Phone 2-2839 for detailed descrip-
tion of house. )38
Phil Hanson's Side Lot
LOW OVERHEAD-Get your transporta-
tion from the gas pipe racks at Phil
Hanson's side lot.
PHIL HANSON says, "Phil, how could
you be so stupid? You have-older
good unning cars on your lot crying
for s6meone that needs transporta-
tion at low cost.
1939 FORD--Deluxe Fordor. Printer's
ink black. Really a good car with a
new engine, new brakes, new shocks,
and new tires. A mechanic's car with
tremendous transportation left. Many
extras: A new $100 radio, foglights,
etc. Can be had for $545.
1937 BUICK-4 door. Okey, so I went
overboard on this one-it's still better
than walking-because: New engine,
new front end, 2 new tires. Trade
your car in or pay $395.
1936 CHRYSLER-Sedan, $125. Atten-
tion junk dealers-I have the follow-
ing 1936 Chrysler parts: I Chrysler
motor $50;t31 Chrysler fenders $15;
1 Chrysler steering wheel $5; 1 Chrys-
ler clutch $10; 1 Chrysler body $55;
total, $135. Save $10 by buying it
assembled.
1929 MODEL A-Ford Fordor. Pacific
green. In tip-top shape-runs as only
a good "A" will. Completely rebuilt
since 1939. Will deliver for $235.
Phil Hanson's Side Lot
3060 WASHTENAW AVE. PHONE 2-7833
)62
1948 PLYMOUTH
STAT ION WAGON
Better Than New-Nicely Broken in
$500 OFF LIST PRICE
or Best Offer This Week
1313 S. U. the PX )37
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
South State off North University
YOUR VACATION STATION
Choose your vacation-wear before
you go-you'll be glad you did!
AT $20 REDUCTION, Girl's Eng. bicycle.
Used 1 month. Call 2-6581. Rm. 3008.
)64
FORD 1947 Super Deluxe V-8. Beauti-
ful car $1425. 2-9667 after 5.
FIREPLACE AND SMALL WOOD
Phone 4575 )36
FIRST IN QUALITY
TELEVISION
Franchise dealers for RCA, Motorola,
General Electric, and Stewart-War-
ner. Aero Radio Sales & Service.
Phone 4997. )7
FOR RENT
FURNISHED APT. 2 blocks from cam-
pus. Available June 9 - Sept. 15. Call
Schulkin 9310 after 7 p.m. )42F
2 ROOM and ATH APT. for summer.
$25 per month. W. C. Meecham, 1632
Darien, Willow Village. )41F
APT. TO RENT between June 15 and
Aug. 20. Shower and pvt. entrance.
Call Mel after 7:00 p.m. 74R
WANTED TO RENT
CARETAKER position and apartment
for three years desired by grad stu-
dent,. 31, married. References. Phone
27412 nooons or 6 p.m. )37W
APARTMENT WANTED - Two men
graduate students will sub-lease for
summer. Phone Warren 9798. )36W
A FURNISHED APARTMENT for stu-
dent and bride-to-be for fall semester.
Call Lans Jones, 2-8182. )38W

TRANSPORTATION
WANTED--Ride to Kansas City, Mis-
souri around June 12. Call Woody,
2-5571. )47T
DRIVING TO TEXAS about June 10.
Share expenses and come along. Call
2-6610. )45T
WANTED-Ride to Miami, Ia. Share ex-
penses and driving. Ph. 7043. Bruce
Cleare after 4 p.m. )46T
WANTED--Riders to San Antonio, Tex-
as, soon after June 1. Call 2-1924 for
details. )41T
WANTED-Ride for 2 to Texas, leaving
June 4. Call Porter at 2-5644 )42T
COUPLE urgently need ride to N.Y.
after June 9. Share driving and exp.
L. Allen, 708 E. Kingsley, 2-6808. )44T
WANTED-1 or 2 girls going toward
Pittsburgh. June 6 or before. Free
ride. Call Mrs. Rogers, 8354. )43T
LOST AND FOUND
LOST ON SAT., May 21 - Tan wallet
with all ID. vicinity east Arb. fats.
Call Ted Smith 2-8182. Reward. )80L
LOST-Brown ;jacket, arrow pin in right
lapel, Union, May 18. Call Joe, 314
Anderson, 2-4591. )81L
LOST: Blue gabardine raincoat. Re-
ward. Call room 265 Jordan Hall. )79L
LOST-Pair of tortoise shell rimmed
glasses. Needed badly. 456 Jordan.
)78L
LOST-Brown alligator wallet Friday
at League. Keep money, return wal-
let and contents. Ph. Helen Szilli,
2-7328. $10 reward. )77L
LOST-Jantzen windbreaker, tan, size
44. Phone 2-4591. Ted Harrison. )71L
GOLD HEART locket lost between
League and new Dorm. Ph. 2-6581,
Rmn. 6507. Reward. 4)7L
ROOMS
FOR RENT
SUMMER ONLY-Professional Bus. Ad.
fraternity, 1212 Hill (three blocks from
campus). Phone 2-2202. )3R
HILL ST.-Cool, pleasant location for
summer. Singles and doubles. Men.
Phone 2-3762.
ROOMS FOR BOYS for summer or for
summer and fall. One block from Law
Club, 808 Oakland. )82R
SINGLE, large double for men for sum-
mer, 1430 Cambridge. )18B
FOR WOMEN-Rooms with kitchen for
summer session, near campus. Call
9244,,5:30 - 9:30 p.m. )76R
AMERICAN & Foreign Students (male)
one block from Mich. Union. Rooms,
with or without cooking. Everything
furnished, ph. 2-0482. )75R
FURNISHED ROOMS for men teachers
or graduates for summer and fall.
Close to campus and Union. Hot
water, showers, reasonable. 509 S.
Division St., near Jefferson. )70R
APT TO RENT between June 15 and
Aug. 20. Shower and pvt. entrance.
Call Mel after 7:00 p.m. 2-0301. 74R
COMMENCEMENT Guest Rooms in pri-
vate homes. Call Room Bureau,
2-8827 from 12:30-1:30 and 6:30-7:15.
)1R
DOUBLE, suites and singles-for men
for summer, one block from Law
Club, 802 Oakland. )69R
AVAILABLE for summer-Clean, com-
fortable rooms for men. Close to
campus, 814 Hill Street. 2-1854. )45F
FOR SUMMER-For men or couple, 3
rm. apt. Everything except food in-
cluded, near campus. 5750. )44F
FOR SUMMER-Single and double-
Close to campus. Ph. 5750. )81R
LARGE, FRONT ROOM for man.
Running water in room. Ferdan Road
near Washtenaw. Garage available.
Phone 2-3617, after 6 p.m. )80R
ROOMS for men for summer. Close to
campus. 1206 Cambridge Court. Phone
2-1249. )79R
ROOMS for graduate and business girls.
Call 4410 or 6461. )78R
SINGLE or double for summer for
men. Phone 7-170. )77R
ROOM AND BOARD
SUMMER MEALS-Meals for the 8-week
summer session will be available at
the Theta Xi house, 1345 Washtenaw.
Phone Bill Dean, 2-5644. )5X

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EARN BETWEEN $7.50 and $8.50 deliv-
ering Michigan Dailies this summer,
five days a week. Contact circulation
department. 420 Maynard. )45H
SUMMER WORK
Students interested in pleasant sum-
mer work and top earnings. Contact
or write Mr . Zimmerman. Personnel
Mgr. Realsilk Hosiery Mills. Inc., De-
troit 26, Mich., 411 Park Ave. Bldg.
CA-4264. )4411
PERSONALS
TO OUR FORMERLY MISSING SALES-
MAN-You have been sighted trudg-
ing in Geddes Road wtith a pack of
Royal Portable Typewriters on your
back. It's about time, but better late
than never. Office Equipment Service
Co., 1116 So. University. )1B
SHORTS and peddle-pushers. cord and
denim - $1.95 - $3.95
sz. 9-15. 10-16
RANDAL L'S
309 State St. 10p
COUSINS
STORE on STATE STREET
Wide Selection of Formals
greatly reduced. Real bargains! )1
ZEKE- Clumb up over them thar hills
and have thet goll danged watch fixed
right in Ann Arbor at Jenks & Co.
221 E. Liberty. Phone 2-6220. Clem.
)40P
EXCESS HAIR removed permanently
by SHORT WAVE METHOD. Marie'i
Beauty Shop. Phone 2-0696. )401
SENIORS-Your last chance to get stu-
dent rates on TIME, LIFE. and FOR-
TUNE. Phone us now-Student Per-
iodical Agency, 2-82-42. )24P
BABY SITTERS - Call Kiddie Kare,
2-1903; if no answer call 25-7364. )2813

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Election of new officers has
been announced by four campus
organizations - Galens Honorary
Medical Society, Sociedad Hispan-
ica, University Council for UNES
CO and Gamma Delta at the Uni-
versity Lutheran Church, Missouri
Synod.
Now wielding the Galens gavel
is Douglas Gillum, '50M. Assist-
ing him will be vice-president,
Sanford Perlis, '50M; secretary,
Paul Brown, '50M and treasurer,
Harry Tompkins, '50M. Prof. Rus-
sell T. Woodburne of the anatomy
department was reelected prefect,
* *
NEW OFFICERS of Sociedad
Hispanica are president, Audrey
Finley, '50; vice-president, James
Ekwall, '51; recording secretary,
Rosemary Levin, '50; correspond-
ing secretary, Beverly Gibbs, '51
and treasurer, Phyllis Biggs, '50.
Bill Miller, '49, has been chos-
en president of the campus
UNESCO chapter. Other offi-
cers include vice-president, Ray
Kehoe, Grad.; treasurer, Mike
Chiappetta, Grad.; recording
secretary, Tori Takaki and cor-
responding secretary, Philip
Berry, '52.
Gamma Delta senior council
members for next year are Elva
Vogt, '50SM and Robert Rhode;
junior council members, Joanne
Auch, '51, and David Bailey, '51,
and sophomore members, Cather-
ine Alt, '52; Richard Aster, Guin-
evere Dorn, '52SM and Julia Hen-
nig, '52SM.
Cameron in 'Life'
The current issue of Life mag-
azine contains a three page pic-
ture story of the trip made to Be-
aistun, Iran, last winter by Prof.
George G. Cameron of the near
eastern studies department.

ANN ARBOR DRAMA SEASON
OF 1949
MATINEE TODAY 3:15
LUCILE
WATSON.
in
"NIGHT MUST FALL"
with
DONALD BUKA
Evenings 8:30
Saturday Matinee: 2:30
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SHEAFFER
Pens and Pencils
EXPERT SERVICE
Our Fountain Pen Men
are graduates of the
Sheoffer Training School
0. DMORRILL
314 S. State St.
Phone 7177

MANUSCRIPTS TYPED during Summer
--Will arrange now to type copy for
books or other manuscripts 100 pages
or longer. Further information on
League bulletin board. Write Jean
King, 501 N. Main, City. )42B
HOT WEATHER SPECIAL-With an
easy to manage new permanent wave,
cut and styled especially for you, you
can beat the summer heat. Our regu-
lar $15 permanent waves now $10.
$12.50 now $8.50. Rainey' Beauty
Salon, 1031 E. Ann. Air-conditioned,
Ph.2-3725. Open evenings by ap-
pointment. )32P
GOLF CLUBS AND BAG BOY
Collapsible Carts - Johnny Malloy, Pro.
Ph. 4044 or 2-2058. )30B
24 HOUR SERVICE by request
ACE HAND LAUNDRY
1114 S. University.
33B
TYPING DONE. Phone 2-3357. 41B
TYPING SERVICE-Student papers, re-
ports, theses, dissertations, accurately
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
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-202
LAUNDRY - Washing and/or ironing.
Done in my own home. Free pick-up
and delivery. Phone 2-9020. )2B
FRAYED COLLARS
ARE OUT OF FASHION
Nave yours turned for 5c at
TUCKAWAY HOUSE
Z. Liberty at Maynard Phone 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,
CONTINUOUS FROM 1 P.M.
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