100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 25, 1950 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1950-04-25

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.



TiIi~ MI~HTGA.N DAILY

F TUESDAY, APRIL 2~, 1959

r

P0011 PETEJ
There
**.and that
sterilizes the feat
every particle -o
downy curl is re
Feathers are th4
Kyr
1215 S. Unive

Will BLA T~ 'cCA THYI M':Cites N eed
[n Davis W arns of DangerFoHusg
ervice Of G uilt by A ssociation America's housing needs can be_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
is of the na- met only by 1,000,000 houses per
gan students American freedom is endangered son accused of being a Commu- year over a period of 15 years,
to be heard by Sen. Mccarthy's guilt by as- nist is convicted of being one no C.E.A. Winslow, professor emeri- ~ 'BUSI NESS IN MEMOB
pol ofcam- sociation campaign more than is mter wha he says or can tus of public health, Yale Uni- SERVICES longer w
the Univer- realized, Elmer Davis, Washing- prove," he asserted. versity, stated yesterday. tharey's
id counseling ton news commentator warned the Davis noted tht Budenz may be Prof. Winslow, who is also edi- EXELN A NREY Po e bedeigh
final meeting of the midwest poli- trying to smear the government in tor of the American Journal of 27810. EN)A USR-P n ligations.
[ents will be tical scientists' conference Sun- his testimony. "But then that is Public Health, spoke before the SPRING ITEMS Now IN--Nearly NwDue tc
views during day. what Sen. McCarthy is doing, so School of Public Health on the Cloth~ing Shop, 311 E. Huron. Ph. Commnen
spr of a ."Louis Budenz's testimony, if maybe that makes him a Coin- subject "Housing and Health.,, - pn 53,St 05 a reopen T
7 a class in accepted as the form to follow in munist too. I know, however, that Stating that more than one qst), theday service (regular ser- Le
ods. these cases, ends all hope of de- Joe McCarthy is out for no one third of the population can not Vice). Ace Laundry, 1116 5. Unlver- Card
of names will fense by standing on one's record," but Joe McCarthy." pay for decent housing, Prof. Win- styYLI )TD7BFDAC 100 Fe:
bion from a Davis said. * * *slow emphasized the need for a Ballroom, tap, acrobatic, ballet. Over All schoo
;tudent body, * * * RALPH E. ITIMSTEAD, general positive approach to the problems -MichiganTheater._Phone 8066. __)9B
ter accuracy IT IS GETTING to be that even secretary of the American Asso- of sanitary housing conditions. -Master's and Doctor's anuscript T[RE
11 oll. he f yu idnt dmi tobea Cm-ciation of University Professors, Existing problems can be im- and legal work. Phone 2-9848 after or "BEt
niain anony- munist or are not proclaimed one tol teasame meeting that a proved, Prof. Winslow said, by rYPEWRITERS AND FOUNTAIN PEN HaD. Mu
school that ismeel dcoeroes not alow its fa- changing the 2200 building codes Sales and Service Entree, p
by the sPrty acitis, erea oer culty freedom of thought and ex- in various states for performance -MORRILL'S-314 S. State St. )11B ter nd b
up fo set activies the WrIfore pessionds utnot deserve the title codes, under control of state hous- rYPrNG-Reasonabe. rates. AccuratB ittdy
_____ m__ ioo thecOffied ofWr.fr fa nttto of hgher learn- ing authorities. HILDEGARDE SHOPPE L ET'S
maindclrd ng. Subsidized housing is an essen- 109 E. washingtonLryS
esuay "A sort of psuedo-intellectual _____rt___thepnsfr__mpovedExpert Alterations Larry, Sf
________ support is given by what Budenztilprofhelasormrvd Custom Clothes btof.
_________ has said to the idea that a per- UJTA housin:"gcondtionsamon lower wALH"NGEstablished Tadition 3 GIR WA e
___________________________________ t-U Il L)I1VC icomegroup, whihhis"the nlysASHIN, ughoing yonend mye wn Thddeu
___________________________________help to save oui cities," Prof. Win- Ing. Free pick up and delivery. Ph. L
* lwdcrd.2-9020. )1B Jli
_________________E AVE YOUR typewriter repaired by the
Start Tod y slo decaiedOffice Equipment Service Company. OM
1110 here Satire D E. Liberty. kep4o fo
Spencer Irwin, associate editor Q fDO JUNIOR kpyu rmgoingIOM
THlE of the "Cleveland Plain Dealer" die Kare, 3-r1121.bl B)y lter B et gier
will be the featured speaker at T o pe g WA NTED TO TRADE ' for only ~
ISITY OF MICHIGAN United Jewish Appeal drive -kick- IFORTSE GEltssa
Kello Auditclassical record albums. 2-7981. )17T
Kelg uiorium. WANTED-
FLYING CLUBHeld under the sponsorship of _____aailable
the Hillel Foundation, the pur- Under the auspices of the speech PERSONAL
Wif6 'yX 1 affildi/Spose of the meeting, open to the department, a veteran cast will I
~vzts yU t at enditspublic, is to give students interest- enact Moliere's comedy "School
ed in the drive a chance to sign For Husbands," opening at 8 p.m.
UAL OPEN HOUSE up as solicitors, according to Carol tomorrow in Lydia Mendelssohn HI, INTELLIGNT!-Mbership in the
Gross, assistant director. There Theatre. 10,00y0iu opens y-llms-d LST-Han
edatAnAbraprtwill be no solicit~tion at the meet- The satire, concerns the tyranny ____________________ State.R
hel atAnnArbr arpot ig, she emphasized. of a narow-minded, foolish old _____sT--__________
miles south on State Street guardian toward his ward. Ph. Alice
* * * Vote Wednesuay LOST-Rac
T__E____E_______CENT____U__ band. Ca
guardian, Sganarelle, will be play- -_______________
itur a A u 29ed by Nafe Katter, Grad, with
it day Ap il2 Attend1 Pa l v Margaret Fell, '50, playing the
9 A.M.-4 P.rley part of Isabelle, his ward. Jim * ~ , P i
A delegation of Michigan UinValere, eIsael' suitrdwl ly
student officers wlll leave today EalMthw, ra, il
for a four-day confeirence of the pla ristes, gnaeawlle' odi124SuhUie
a meeting Wednesday Evening April 26 National Association of College brothe andte libeal' minded 24SuhU ie
in Room 1042 East Engineering for all Unions in Swampscott, Massachu- guardian of Leonor, with whom _________serving -
y interested in flying. You will receive Attnigfo h nvriy paysed byll Doloe Raehnid, '1BRA FS ,LUN HE S
ticket guaranteeing a free ride on Sat- willtten Union resident Willia The comedy lles daicted 'byRE KATLU C O
Wise, '5OBAd, and councilmen Hal Claribel Baird with dances created SAN DW I CH ES and S~
Sperlich, '51E, Jerry Mehlman, '51, and directed by Dr. Juana da La-
Bob Waldon, '51 BAd, Larry Stein, ban. __________from____
-'51, Ned Stirton, '51, Bill Bristor, Tcesfrtefuevnnpe-700AM to100P .ad5:0
'51 BAd, Dale Coenan, '50, andl formances beginningrat 8n 7p0m.A..o-o Close.d Snday:s0
William Race, '51A. moriow may be obtained- from 10Cosd udys
More than 100 institutions of a m. until 5 p m. at the Lydia Men- ____________________
higher learning will be repiresented delssohn box office or reserved by -_______________
IR PILLOW - Who Never Gets a Bath? at the conference, calling 6300.
DA0 FIIA U~ TNTELEVISION NiHTLY
- ---Stop Here for
Bul lcti sconstructive notice to all L. Miller, Nick MhbhWalter H * ~ *
members of the University. Notices Oberreit, Mary Jo Pfotenhauer, LU . TU
fo tetBltin rtsould e sen't Iit Michael F. Polovitz, Peter D. Ran-
-Assistant to the President, Room 2553 dolf, Robert Rasmussen, Frances Genuine Italian
AIIGON THE LINE cannot even Aministration Building, by 3:00 pam H. Reitz, Robert W. Santway, W. SPAGH ETTI * S
purify the outside of a pillow - can (11:00 a.m. Saturdays). C Shdr, igna cmdwith
do nothing towards cleansing the main Jean Schutt, Jerome Shapiro, Mil- Salad, Rolls, and Coffee 75c 0
source of impurity, the inside. TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1950 dred Shapiro, Joan M. Sheppard, "Give your taste a treat" 0
'saSR a oCenPlosVOL. LX, No. 138 Courtney Sherbrooke, Priscilla at 0
's aSUR Wayto leanPilowsStockwell, Jay Volkers, Earl Will- fr'
Is by the Sterillow process that scientifically hoft, William W. Wilkinson, Betty
hers in live steam at 315 degrees. This dse oic wlmBbwlm.LA CASA -
fdirt, germs and perspiration. Each feather's Choral Union Ushers: Pick up First Balcony Ushers: Carol Al- 302 S. Main - Ph. 8916 e
stored to renew pillows with fluffy buoyancy. your tickets today and Wednesday, chin Jean Paula Assiran, Eilen C. W
_nbonitosprtl wsd ckn.April 25 and 26, Hill Auditorium Axon, Elvera M. Bamber, Florence ___________ _9
~n lon nt spaatlywahe tckng Pbox office, between 5 and 6 p.m. Bai'on, Jane Birke, Eleanor A. Do- g
Main Floor: Harriett Adams, ersam, Glee Dudgeon, Carol Eagle, Continuous from 1:30 P.M. 0 R
James K. Anderson, Neil W. Gretchen Fielstra, Lily Fox, Rene
10E ch Pillow BecMag1tN.BlotM rinlDa .H itn
Richard Bender, Daniel Boucher, Lillian Hanjian, Bruce D. Herrigel, I
Dale Danenberg, Donald W. Dick- Clyde U. House, Susan Kadian,.

ason, Victor Dunaitis, N. Edalat- Norma Kaplan, Marilyn Keck, g
pour, George L. Erb, Doloris Es- Janet Klein, William Lanxner, --LAST TIMES TODAY---
senburg, Fi'ank Essenburg, Eliza- James M. LeBlanc, Paul A. Mar- CLARK LORETTA
0 0 aun fubeth M. Gellatly, William R. Frit- tek, June E. Moore, Irene Ossian, GABLE YOUNG 0 5
ze, Victor Garwood, Donald P. Joseph Palmer, Jr:, Elizabeth pug- "KEY TO T HE CITY"
PM oe l LaundryHallisey, Dorothea Hinderer, Ruth lisi, John S. Schlee, Martin Shar- PLUS
Phne3- 15Hoffman, John D. Leadbetter, da, Rachel Solomon, Evelyn P. ,
rsity 814 South State Herbei't M. Leiman, Barbara Lit- Tyner, D. A. Tyner, Harvey Van "GIRL'S SCHOOL"
tie, William G.McKechnie, Wi-Dyke, Nancy L.Ward, Eugenia JOYCE REYNOLDS
hiam J. Mahier, Ruth Mast, David Wells, Martin K. Wyngaarden.
- --- -- - --- ~Second Balcony Ushers: Doro- W ED. & T H URS. R
thy Aronson, Marguerite Aruzuian,
Beverly E. Bailey, Helen P. Baker, FD JOA0
Lois Bamborough, Barbara E. Bell, JjWM33
Robert B. Bentley, Margaret
Corin, Jeanne C. Davin, Rosemary f
Frakes, June Freitag, Maxine G. Sto n
Frelich, Allan C. Goodman, Su- Oaude lorman, ir.
zanne Guimaraes, Gr a ce H. ~
Hampton, Anne Helliar, Gertrude At 1:3 - 4: - 7:00 - :45
Tee ff R ghtHimeihoch, Rhode Joy Horwitz, - PLUS -
ee Of R gnNan .Hubach, Mary H. Karno, Do- "ARCTIC MANH UNT"
ris Kirschmann, Valerie Lemper,
Madeline Levy, Gail Locken, Mar- -- - --. _ _____
lay on comfortable shoes, r M a1,ar uchsn,
L Helen Mary, Naomi Melhiman, M. Today
fl nonedt uy nwones. J. Murray, Doris R. Podewils',otn
Mary Margaret Poole, Judith C.
Raub, Harriet Risk, Marylyn Ruff , LHEA 44c
Stanley H. Saulson, Edward Sil- 'HPYG-UK V
(Continued on Page 3) HPY64GYM
7,'ea't 4Cup Jee ..
Get that comforta ble pair of shoes 0pO~ M
converted into golf shoes
atComing Friday \~

,/1

PERSONAL
.IUM-To Charley, who Is no
ith us. having met an un-
nd late Sunday night. As
te toaasume his soial ob-
G.A.
Popular Demand
cement Announcement Sales
uesday for last day in lobby
tr Bookets- 65c
[board Booklets - 35c
rsonalize Crds -$2.00
is but Law, Med. and Dent.
)57P
S D E L C E UX
5T MEALS ON -CAMPUS"'
teried~a ter39c luncheon a
otato, vegetable, bread, but-
everage, all for only 39c. Try
BE ET H ICAL!.
d, Dave; there isn't room for
us. The 417 Lloyd Hse. Club.
) 62P
Adams, W,2-4401r. )R

LOST AND FOUND
LOST--Green wallet In Arcade between
Betsy Ross & Travel Service. Finder
notify Pat Korbeln, 2-3155 or 3-0428.
)67L
FOR SALE
GOL CLUBS-Ralph Guldahl auto-
graphed matched set. 4 irons, 2
woos $6.4. Chas. White 0-21 Law
HAVE OUTGROWN 2 suits, sIze 36, dark
brown double breasted worsted and
Cll eveings 7913N hay*er.* Ask
for Jim. 97
Bdynahub lightn.lMrs.g gBarbr3-4277.
)100
ATTENTION: Navy R.O.T.C.-U.S. Navy
shit 45c Navy Blc ahs 3c p.;
White shorts 59c. Open 'til 6 p.m
Sams Store, 122 E. Washington. )5
EVERGREENS. Home Grown. $1 to 5.00.
See Michael Lee 2245 Chem. Bldg.
Mondays an Tuesdays orsUniversit
pines, arbor vitae, etc. )97

~FOR SALE
3 SPEED ENGLISH LIGHTWEIGHTS.
$47.50. PARTS AND ACCESSORIES.
Student Bicycle Agency, 629 E. Univ.
A7
HELP WANTED
DO YOU need any help? If so, you wil
get good results fromn a DAILY HELP~
ROOMS FOR RENT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE room in new
Cal after 5. Ph. 2-1820. an6r 1Ru
NEED PRIVATE HOME ACCOMMODA-
mencement all e29850 Studen
Room Bureau. 12 noon-i p.m., 6-
STUDENT LANDLORD. % large double
Rackham. 120 N. ngals Ph. 2-66ar
EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES___
MEDICAL PERSONNEL
for medical and dental field.
408 Park Ave. Bldg. WO 3-5789
DETROIT, MICHIGAN )iE
WANTED TO RENT
MEDICAL STUDENT and wife (nurse)
furnished apartment, four year occu-
pancy starting smmer or fall. Call
8723 after 7 p~m. )1ON
DOCTOR, wife and 2 children are look- "
ing for an apt. or house to rent for
1 yr. They are moving to Ann Arbor
in June -Forfurther details, cl
WANTED-Fraternity ane for schoo
quarters for 20-25 students, prefer-
ably located in the area south of
campus. Call 3-4183. )6N
INSTRUCTOR wife and child, seek Uni-
vsity Terrae Apt for summer ses
FOR R ENT

EARN TO DANCE
Lo Hunt Dance Studio
209 5. State
Phone 8161

)iP

Motocycylie Sales
10 days only-many to choose from.
India M/C Sales, 207 W. Liberty. Ph.
2-1748. Open evenings.)7

ALS FOR $4.99
"STREAMLINER" meal tick-
;4.99 at Club 211, 211 5. State.
ined. iRegeular meal tk
till available. )2P
Girls, girls for the Interna-
al M-any Ehandsome mn
-LOST & FOUND
ailtn wrst atch, leather
eward. Ph. YP 4327J2. )65L
ck and white wool purse in
Friday a.m. Has ID card.
Gill, 2-0310. )66L
mne wristwatch with metal
11 250611. )64L

DIAMOND engagement and wedding
wholesale representative. Ph. 2-4481.
CANARIES, Beautiful singers and fe-
males. Parakeets and Finches. Bird
supplies. Birds boarded. Ruff ins,
Melody Bird Shop. 562 5. Seventh. )2B
22 FT. Royal house trailer with 10x10
take*car in trade Phoe 3-18. 9
BOY AND girls balloon tire bicycle.
ninGod condition. Phone 2-1892 eve-
WOMAN'S riding boots size 8%. Ex-
cellent condition. Phone 8539 after
1950 ENGLISH mnotorcycles $280 up.
India M/C Sales, 207 W. Liberty.
Phone 2-1748. Open evenings. )83

ANEfo a faternty Suyrooms
Ensgineering Arch Telephon 2-4346
TRANSPORTATION

WANT RIDE to Chicago Friday.
9322 or 2-3203.

Phone
)22T

"""""""""

city
and DINN ERS
ALADS
P.M. to 7 P.M.

No. Moam-Opp. Court House
ENDS TONIGHT
RODDY McDOWALL
"KILLER SHARK"
PLUS
TIM HOLT
"RIDERS OF THE RANGE"
SERIAL -- CHAPTER 3

Starts Wednesday
THRU FRIDAY
2 FIRST RUN HITS
MONTE HALE
"SOUTH OF RIO"
PLUS
DON BA RRY
"TOUGH ASSIGNMENT"
ALSO CARTOON

A.

1!

~fl ~ U

44c to
5 P.M.

4

TODAY and WEDNESDAY

ODAY'S
P EC HA L
Special
om 5 to 7 P.M.
Ravoli
hipped Potatoes
CoeSaw
oils and Butter
Coffee or Tea
k Special
MEAL TICKETS
)O value for $4.50
STAU R ANT
N TH E CAMPUS
12 SO. STATE ST.

Also
DISNEY'S
"COUNTRY

LATEST
COUSIN"

WORLD
N EWS

4
A
A
6

Comning
Thursday.F

MICKEY ROONEY
"THE BIG WHEEL"

epartment of SpeeCh presents
Moliere's Comedy
hILarIOUS (ldaJptation
by Guiterman and Lan gner
8 P.M.
Admission: $1.20 - 90c - 60c (tax incl.)

4
4

p
bu

and Wednesday
jous from 1 P.M.
until 5 P.M.

a

1~
4

F~A .~ ~ I I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan