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PAE TW THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1

RING UP THE CURTAIN:
Cornelia Otis Skinner To
Return for Performance,

Cornelia Otis Skinner will re-
>urn to Ann Arbor Thursday,
bringing to the stage of Hill Au-
ditorium her dramatic sequence
of the "Wives of Henry VIII."
Miss Skinner is the fourth in a
series of seven speakers sponsored
by the Oratorical Series.
AFTER STARRING in three

The first issue of the Michigan
Technic under its new staff this
semester will hit the engineering
arch and local news stands Mon-
day and Tuesday.
The Technic for February will
feature student and faculty com-
ment on possible faculty evalua-
tion in the College of Engineering
as well as other articles of inter-
est to both engineers and literary
students.
Staff promotions, announced by
Publicity Director John Smith, in-
elude: editor, James M. Chandler,
'W0E; illustrations manager, Wal-
ter Obberreit, '51E; business man-
ager, Robert Giglio, '50BAd; cir-
culation manager, Robert Ford,
'51E; advertising manager, Ray
Ladendorf, '51E.

successful plays with other actors,
Miss Skinner will return this sea-
son to the solo performances that
won her first fame.
The monologue theatrical me-
dium in which she works is not
recitation, but a complete dra-
matic performance. A special
stage set is being constructed
in Hill Auditorium for her per-
formance.
Miss Skinner turned from this
medium five- years ago to work
with her fellow actors because, as
she explains, she wanted a larger
scope for expression.
She found it in the widely di-
vergent leading roles of the Som-
erset Maugham - Guy Bolton
"Theatre," Lillian Hellman's "The
Searching Wind" and Wilde's
"Lady Windermere's Fan."
IN 1943, Miss Skinner went to
Hollywood to assist in the film
production of "Our Hearts Were
Young and Gay," the best seller
she wrote with Emily Kimbrough.
Miss Skinner has been heard
on the "William and Mary"
radio series and "Information
Please."
She is author of "Family Circle,"
the autobiography of her famous
theatrical parents.
Tickets for the "Wives of Henry
VIII will go on sale from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday at Hill Audi-
torium.

To Quiz Vets
On Adequacy
Of Incomes
"Operation Subsistence" will
once more be the watchword of
campus AVC officials.
Throughout this semester, ques-
tionnaires will be distributed to
each of the 10,000-odd University
veterans, seeking opinion on the
practicability of current subsis-
tence rates.
EX-SERVICE MEN will be
quizzed about various phases of
the subsistence plan, mainly on
whether or not present grants are
large enough to provide for basic
student needs.
The questionnaires seek to de-
termine how much money is
spent for individual room rent,
and to what extent the average
vet is dependent upon outside
income.j
As contrasted with AVC efforts
in 1947-48, when increased sub-
sistence campaigns were waged,
AVC Vice-chairman Bob Sloss has
pointed out, "We are not intend-
ing to push legislative measures
for payment hikes. The principal
objective this year is to discover,
through the questionnaire media,
if the average 'U' veteran feels fi-
nancially secure on not."

Bigger Budget Asked for
unning illow ilage
Public Housing Manager Ken- was also made. The housing proj-
neth C. Cavanaugh yesterday ect will provide living quarters
asked the Federal Housing Ad- for students through the fall and
ministration in Chicago for over a winter terms. At present 410 stu-
million dollars for the operation dents live there.
of Willow Village for the fiscal Cavanaugh pointed out that an
year beginning July 1, 1949. item for $2.84 each month is in-
The $1,060,000 budgetary re- eluded in each family's rental for
quest represents an increase of payment to local governments list-
$152,000 over the 1948-49 budget. ed in the allocation.
HALFOF THlE increased Drive Againist
amount will be used for new sid-
ing and other remodeling work on S
flat top dwellings. Rabies Starts
Major items in the new bud- IT
get are for maintenance of Here M onday
building and grounds, public
services and payments to local
governments in lieu of taxes. Even campus canines must have
eligibility cards.
Washtenaw county, Superior Before the pooches can get their
and Ypsilanti townships and the 1949 licenses, a county law makes
Willow Run and Ypsilanti city mandatory a vaccination against
school districts are included in the rabies, according to county Health
allocation. officials.
A separate request for $127,000
for the operation of West' Lodge A CONCERTED drive to elimi-
nate the disease will open Mon-
j _Hop FIIoday, under the joint sponsorship of
a - Othe Washtenaw County Health

MARINES TAKE OVER-An armed Marine military policeman
guards a government bus used to haul Marine Quartermaster
employes to and from work during the transit-taxi strike at
Philadelphia.
Students May Write to Russia

A correspondence project for
American students wishing to ex-
change letters with Russian stu-
dents has been instituted by the
Student Division of the National
Council of American - Soviet
Friendship.

Mail should be addressed to 114

East 32nd St., New York 16, N.Y. Those who failed to get favors
Letters will be forwarded to stu- at the Saturday J-Hop may bring
dents in the Soviet Union. their ticket stubs to exchange for
Once contact has been estab- dance favors at a special booth
lished, writers will be able to in the Administration Building
correspond directly. from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Monday.

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WANTED - Woman student to share
double room. Phone 2-2745. )30R
ROOMMATE left school. Need male
student to share pleasant room.
(HollywNood beds) with use of tile
shower and bath. 31a blocks from
campus. $6 per weep. Call 5750. )26R
DOUBLE room available for 2 male
students. Inquire after 4 at 1006
Packard. )16R
ROOMS for Male Students, near Cam-
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FOR MEN-Near campus. Linen and
maid service. $24 month. 802 Oakland.
Ph. House Manager, 4183. )21R
LIVING QUARTERS for 4 gentlemen
students. Inner springs mattresses.
Excellent location Ph. 5068. )29R
Desirable newly-furnished single room
for male student. Adjacent to camp-
us. Call 6466 after 6 p.m. )28R
FOR SALE
A 14 VOL. Encyclopedia and an 8 vol.
set of children's books. Both are in
excellent condition. Ph. 2-9850. )42
RCA COMBINATION Radio - Victrola
changer. Half off price. Reg John-
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY - Taxicab
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That's our smooth-looking crepe
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COUSINS ON STATE STREET

SINGLE ROOM with shower for male
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ALTERATIONS oi women's garments.
Tel. 2-2678, 410 Observatory. A.
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TEACHERS: Kindergarten, Early Ele-
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Detroit, others. Give phone, photo,
qualifications. Cline Teachers Agcncy,
East Lansing. ) 9H
CARRIERS for The Michigan Daily at
Willow Run Village. Contact Mr.
May, 1209 Springfield Ct., Willow Vil-
lage. ) 5H
FEMALE-Stenographer-Typist or dic-
taphone operator for small office
downtown, Ann Arbor. Please do not
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LOST AND FOUND
FOUND -Men's gloves in 1940 Dodge
going from Flint to Ann Arbor, Feb.
6. Call 515 Mosher. )40L
LOST-Benrus wrist watch, lady's, with
Speidel band. Reward. Phone 2-3839.
) 34L
LOST--Brown pigskin gloves, Mon. in
Meal Mart. 2-1405 - Lillian. )30L
LOST -- Gold identification bracelet
with initials V M L--vicinity of N.
University and Administration Bldg.
Feb. 11. Call 31511 Ex. 354 or 5846. )39L
$10 REWARD for black zipper case
containing music, taken from League
Feb. 15. If only interested in case;
please return the contents Ph. 7015.
) 38L
RETRADE on light gray top-coats. Lost
mine in Physics on Tuesday. Kraft.
Call 2-0549. )35L
LOST-Sun. evening near Dell Ct.,
Willow Village. Black and brown an-
gora tortoise shell cat. Weighs 15 lbs.
Named Spook. $5 reward for appre-
hension and return. 1409 Dell Ct.
) 37L
$50.00 REWARD
FOR INFORMATION leading to recov-
ery of lost tan leather brief case from
back end of taxi on February 3. Con-
tains valuable papers and other arti-
cles necessary to owner. Call Don
Lamm, 2-3144. )32L

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