T'HE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, MAY 27,
COME SEVEN-These ancien
University's Karanis collection
Museum of Archeology. Acco
curator of Egyptian Antiquities
The Egyptians played a three
players rolling the dice in thei
down, between them. Before c
correctly the numbers indicate
played the game, adding the e
money. But the Romans didn'
loading the dice by inserting a
MAT. - 30c NIGHTS - 40c
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NEWS and SERIAL
t Egyptian dice are part of the
and are now on exhibit at the
)rding to Dr. Enoch E. Peterson,
these dice are over 1500 years old.
-man game of craps, two of the
r hands while the third knelt, face
hanging position, he had to guess
d on the dice. The Romans, too,
ver-popular feature of playing for
t always trust fate, and soon began
a, ball of wax or lead.
To Appear on
Featured on today's Michigan
Journal of the Air at 2:30 p.m. over
stations WUOM and WKAR will
be an interview with Lucille Wat-.
son and Donald Buka by Journal
Reporter John Rich.
® Miss Watson and Buka are cur-
rently appearing in the Drama
Festival productions, "Night Must
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OTHER HEADLINES on the
Journal will be: "Keep Cool," "Po-
litics-Junior Size," and "More
Fun This Summer." James Reiss
will direct, and the cast includes
Hayes Schumacher, Don Roth, Ed
Potts, Frank Bowsma, Shirley
Dancey, Ted Cramer and Doug
The children's drama series,
Tales of the Four Winds, will
present "Dick Whittington and
His Cat" as adapted for radio
by Alfred Slote at 6:15 Sunday,
These two programs conclude
the activities of the radio divi-
sion of the speech department for
the current year.
The University's student chap-
ter of the American Society of
Civil Engineers will hold a coffee
hour from 4 to 6 p.m., Saturday,
June 4 in the Terrace Room of the
Seniors graduating this semester
with degrees in Civil Engineering
will be honored.
The campus chapter of Sigma
Delta Chi, professional journalism
fraternity, has announced winners
in its annual competitions for
work on The Daily and The Michi-
wan Journalist, publication of thez
Daily winner in newswriting wasI
Dick Maloy, city editor; with hon-
orable mentions to Mary Stein and
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DAILY EDITORIAL went to
Buddy Aronson, assistant night7
editor; with honorable mentions_
for Naomi Stern, Malcolm Ra-
phael and Phil Dawson (together),
and Harriett Friedmann.'
Daily features winner was Jo
Misner, fall associate editor ap-
pointee, with honorable men-
tions to Robert C. White, CraigE
Wilson and George Walker.
Daily sportwriting winner was
Pres Holmes, fall sports co-editor
appointee, with honorable men-
tion to Bud Weidenthal.
newswriting winner was Gerd
Padel, with honorable mention to
Terence James, Robert Lenski and
award went to Don Thomas,
with honorable mention.to John
Cook and Hal McMurrough..
Journalist editorial writing win-
ner was Hal McMurrough, with
honorable mention to Robert Dil-
worth, Irving Kalin and Russel
Shows Daily from 1:15 P.M.
Matinees 25c Nights 35c
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eview Tonight 9 P.M.
ONE WHEARY WARDROBE TRUNK
Large size, very clean, costs new oa
$150.00. Sacrifice price $50.00. O
Fortnighter bag like new, cost o
$35.00. Take it away for $17.50.1
tax. See Caretaker at 327 E. Willia
PORTABLE WASHING MACHINE -
months old, 1210 Maiden Ct. )
DOLLINA 35mm camera, Schneider E
lens, Compur - rapid shutter ti
1/500, 3 copy lens, sunshade filte
Reasonable price. Call Wm. Brew
2-4401, 121 Winchell.)
MODEL A FORD FOR SALE-Next
the Coliseum on 5th, Apt. 2. )
1941 BUICK-Excellent condition. $6
'36 FORD V8-New motor. Tires, Heal
MAPLE--Bedroom, living room, b
9x12rug, lamps, tables, easy wast
small power tools. 2826 Whitewo
BEAUTIFUL 6 cubic foot GE refr
rator. Used only two months. E.
Kruger, 1092 Goshen Court, W
after 6 p.m .)
GIRLS' Raleigh bike. $115. New-h
1936 CHRYSLER SEDAN, best of
girl's bicycle, 10 volume world h
tory; antiques; Boston rocker, wa
stand. Call Bob Thomason, 5851.)
Get Your RONSON Lighter
Pocket and Pencil Lighters-Tabl
CALKINS-FLETCHER DRUG CO
ONE REMINGTON portable typewri
Almost new. One table-model Oly
pic radio-phonograph. Call 26305.
CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER - 1
model complete with gear shifta
all extras. Used one summer. $
Call 7533 or 6252.
BABY PARAKEETS which can be ea
trained to talk-$6.00. Talking Coc
tie $50 a pr. Canaries, bird supp
and cages. Mrs. Ruffin's, 562 S. S
BETTER BUYS AT SAM'S STOR
Short sleeved sport shirts - san
ized, assorted colors $1.69. U.S. N
"T" Shirts 49c. Army-type foot lo
ers $9.99 (all taxes included). Sun
pants, sanforized $2.66. Sam's St
122 E. Washington.
Phil Hanson Used Ca
1947 BUICK-Roadmaster 4 door Me
politan black. Radio, heater, gr
nylon seat covers, spotlight, fog-lig
A gorgeous automobile with only
000 miles. A real buy at $1645.
A blond car with brunette topv
red head interior. Radio, heater, w
walls. In excellent shape-a tremr
dous value at $1575.
1946 BUICK SUPER - 4 door. Ra
black. Radio, heater, lifeguard tu
in new tires. Phil Hanson's finest
A steal at $1525.
ALL OF THE ABOVE CARS-May
bought with approx. $500 down,
Phil Hanson gives a discount to
Phil Hanson Used Ca
3060 WASHTENAW AVE. PHONE 2-
Take a MICHIGAN Polo Shirt
to your Small Fry at home.
White $1.50 - Maize & Blue S1.
BEE NICKELS SHOP, 7 Nickels Ar
'35 FORD-'39 engine, radio, heater,
as is $125. 404 N. 5th Ave. after
24-ft. 1944 model trailer-roomy,o
insulatede Graduating student m
sell immediately. Can be seena
time at 2740 Packard; or callf
weekdays 9-5:30. Ask for Mr. Jl
1948 FORD 2 DOOR-Dual carbure
radio, heater, back up lights,
lights, spot light, low miles. R
Eaton, 1463 University Terrace.
6 CYL. 1936 OLDSMOBILE 2 Door
dan, good condition, $190, 1312 O
St., Ph. 2-0665.
FINE OLD BRICK HOME at Ann A
limits. Beautifully remodeled, lot
feet by 300 feet. House 150 feet 1
from the road among the trees.F
paneled recreation room with
place. Automatic gas, hot water h
Call Oril Ferguson, Realtor, 928
est. Phone 2-2839 for detailed des
tion of house.
Phil Hanson's Side L
LOW OVERHEAD-Get your transp
tion from the gas pipe racks at
Hanson's side lot.
PHIL HANSON says, "Phil, how c
you be so stupid? You have-
good running cars on your lot cr
for someone that needs transp
tion at low cost.
1939 FORD--Deluxe Fordor. Prin
ink black. Really a good car wi
new engine, new brakes, new sh
and new tires. A mechanic's car
tremendous transportation left. M
extras: A new $100 radio, fogli
etc. Can be had for $545.
1937 BUICK-4 door. Okey, so Iv
overboard on this one-it's still b
than walking-because: New en
new front end, 2 new tires. T
your car in or pay $395.
1936 CHRYSLER-Sedan, $125. A'
tion junk dealers-I have the fo
ing 1936 Chrysler parts: I Chr
motor $50; 3% Chrysler fenders
1 Chrysler steering wheel $5; 1 Cb
ler clutch $10; 1 Chrysler body
total, $135. Save $10 by buyin
1929 MODEL A-Ford Fordor. Pa
green. In tip-top shape-runs as
a good "A" will. Completely re
since 1939. Will deliver for $235.
Phil Hanson's Side L
3060 WASHTENAW AVE. PHONE 2
RUG PATTERNS - NEEDLEPOI
All Kinds of Sport and Dress
10 Nickels Arcade Phone 2-0
Store on STATE STREET
A few quick movements changeo
cotton skirts into stunning S
Last of the Trio of
Frank Capra Masterpieces
TAT ION WAGON
tter Than New-Nicely Broken in
$500 OFF LIST PRICE
or Best Offer This Week
1313 S. U. the PX )3
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
outh State off North University
YOUR VACATION STATION
hoose your vacation-wear before
you go-you'll be glad you did!
FIREPLACE AND SMALL WOOD
:IRST IN QUALITY
anchise dealers for RCA, Motorola,
3eneral Electric, and Stewart-War-
er. Aero Radio Sales & Service.
'hone 4997. )7
FORD convertible, black. R & H.
'riginal owner. Phone 2-7776. )71
?R SALE--Used closet and 2 burner
at plate. 612 E. Madison, Apt. 6. )72
DIAN-1942-45. Good shape. Sacri-
ice at $195. 815 Lawrence 7632 or
rade for car. )73
CKARD '40. Doctor's car. Original
wner. Engine rebuilt. Burns no oil.
17 miles per gallon. New tires and
attery. Excellent radio and heater.
Upholstery. Good paint. Cheap. Ph.
8 WHIZZER motor bike-$50. Re-
ently overhauled. 1948 Harley David-
on. 125 motorcycle. Excellent shape.
ANUSCRIPTS TYPED during Summer
-Will arrange now to type copy for
ooks or other manuscripts 100 pages
r longer. Further information on
League bulletin board. Write Jean
King, 501 N. Main, City. )42B
T WEATHER SPECIAL-With an
asy to manage new permanent wave,
ut and styled especially for you, you
an beat the summer heat. Our regu-
ar $15 permanent waves now $10.
12.50 now $8.50. Rainey'3 Beauty
Salon, 1031 E. Ann. Air-conditioned.
Ph. 2-3725. Open evenings by ap-
pointment. ) 32P
GOLF CLUBS AND BAG BOY
Alapsible Carts - Johnny Malloy, Pro.
Ph. 4044 or 2-2058. )30B
24 HOUR SERVICE by request.
ACE HAND LAUNDRY
1114 S. University.
TYPING DONE. Phone 2-3357. 41B
APING SERVICE-Student papers, re-
ports, theses, dissertations, accurately
done by experienced typists. For in-
'ormation call 6197. )39B
24-Hour Service by Request
HOME QUALITY SERVICE
215 E. Washington, Ph. 9035 )33B
SPERT REPAIR SERVICE done on all
typewriters. Moseley Typewriter Co.,
214 E. Washington. )23B
WILL SUBLET 2-rm. Apt. Private bath.
Near campus. Business or graduate
girl preferred. Ph. 2-2470. )51F
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APARTMENT for Summer. Comfortably
furnished. 1287 Rutland, Willow Vil-
lage. Phone 4830-J-2. )4
2-ROOM APT. for summer. Near cam-
pus. Call Tom 2-3546. )47F
PLEASANT sitting room and bedroom,
share bath. Kitchen. Child accepted.
Summer onl~y. Phone 24378. )48F
FURNISHED apartment for summer.
Conveniently located. Reasonable
rent. Call 2-5269, after 5:30. )49F
LARGE FRONT double room in pri-
vote home for graduate women.
Summer Session. Laundry privileges.
Summer Session. Corner Washtenaw
and S. Univ. Ph. 9815. )50F
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Green journalism notebook -
Call Bill Brenton, Fletcher Hall. Need
LOST-Friday (May 20) on campus a
raincoat (tan, roiled lapel and but-
tonless). Please return either to Tony
Bancyk, 208 Wenley, W.Q. or lost and
fcund-Administration Bldg. )83L
LOST: Blue wool coat in Angell Hall.
Anne Stuart label. Desperately need-
ed. Ph. 2-6581, rm. 4031. )84L
LOST-Brown leather jacket; left at
Ferry Field, Monday. Call Jury Win-
geart 2-0249. )85L
LOST ON SAT., May 21 - Tan wallet
with all I.D. vicinity east Arb. flats.
Call Ted Smith 2-8182. Reward. )80L
LOST: Blue gabardine raincoat. Re-
ward. Call room 265 Jordan Hall. )79L
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,
Rm. 6507. Reward. 4)7L
Some Good Fountain Pens at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Blue Books and Scratch Pads
1216 South University )6
For the Best in Bookbinding
at a price you can afford
325 E. Hoover Phone 2-7976
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
easonable Rates 2-2021
AUNDRY - Washing and/or ironing.
Done in my own home. Free pick-up
and delivery. Phone 2-9020. )2B
SHORTS and peddle-pushers, cord and
denim - $1.95 - $3.95
sz. 9-15, 10-16
309 State St. 10P
ZEKE- Clumb up over them thar hills
rand have thet goll danged watch fixed
right in Ann Arbor at Jenks & Co.
221 E. Liberty. Phone 2-6220. Clem.
EXCESS HAIR removed permanently
by SHORT WAVE METHOD. Marie's
Beauty Shop. Phone 2-6696. )40B
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. )28B
DISTRIBUTION ON SATURDAY
STARTING AT 8 A.M. BRING YOUR
RECEIPT TO THE PUBLICATIONS
BUILDING, 2ND FLOOR
TO ALL OF YOU--Best of luck on your
exams and a happy summer for you
all. Signed, The Missing Salesman of
the Office Equipment Service Co.,
1116 So. University. )1B
I CAN'T REMEMBER whom I loaned
these books to: Mead's Mind, Self,
and Society; Kardiner's Psycholog-
ical Frontiers; Guiford's Psychometric
Methods; and Williams Intergroup
Tensions. If your copy has my name
in it, please return it.
Sandy Charters. )47P
SUMMER ONLY--Professional Bus. Ad.
fraternity, 1212 Hill (three blocks from
campus). Phone 2-2202. )83R
HILL ST.-Cool, pleasant location for
summer. Singles and doubles. Men.
ROOMS FOR BOYS, for summer or for
summer and fall. One block from Law
Club, 808 Oakland. ) 82B
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.
AVAILABLE for summer-Clean, com-
fortable rooms for men. Close to
campus, 814 Hill Street. 2-1854. )45F
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
SINGLE or double for summer for
men. Phone 7-170. )77R
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED -Apartment for 2 graduate
girls fur suIf!mer or longer; please
cali 2-6581 ext. 6510 before noon. Mimi
CARETAKER position and apartment
for three years desired by grad stu-
dent, 31, maied. References. Phone
27412 nooons or G p.n. )37W
APARTMENT WAN'ED - Two men
graduate students will sub-lease for
summer. Phone Warren 9798. )36W
A FURNISIIED APARTMENT for stu-
dent and bride-to-be for fall semester.
Call Lans Jones, 2-8182. )38W
EARN BETWEEN $7.50 and $8.50 deliv-
cring Micluian Dailies this summer,
five days a week. Contact circulation
department. 420 Maynard. )45H
STADF YSUMMER employment in Ann
Arbor at handyman type of wrok.
$1 per hour. 40 hour week average.
COMPLETE'I1 application including
previous w'ork expericitcs to P. 0.
Box 373. ) 461
S UMMER 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.
WANTED-Ride to Kansas City, Mis-
souri. around June 12. Call Woody,
WANTED-Riders to San Antonio, Tex-
as, soon after June 1. Call 2-1924 for
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
DO YOU WANT a free ride to San
Francisco in a new car on June 8?
If you are over 21, please call 132
Greene House, East Quad. )48T
WANTED-Riders to Los Angeles. Share
driving and expenses. Leave about
June 6. Phone 21512. )49T
RIDERS WANTED to Dallas, Tex. Leav-
ing evenig, June 2. Call Caplinger,
106 Allen-Rtuisey 2-4401, )50T-
ROOMS for summer. 3 doubles for
men. 518 S. Division. )85R
ARE OUT OF FASHION
Have yours turned for 50c a
Liberty at Maynard Phone 9582
Margaret Nickerson Martin )9
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JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 8161 )5B
USTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
ations. Prompt service on all altera-
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 E
Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4B
ROOM AND BOARD
UMMER 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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