TiIi~ MI~HTGA.N DAILY
F TUESDAY, APRIL 2~, 1959
sterilizes the feat
every particle -o
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Feathers are th4
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
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Get that comforta ble pair of shoes 0pO~ M
converted into golf shoes
atComing Friday \~
.IUM-To Charley, who Is no
ith us. having met an un-
nd late Sunday night. As
te toaasume his soial ob-
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
3 SPEED ENGLISH LIGHTWEIGHTS.
$47.50. PARTS AND ACCESSORIES.
Student Bicycle Agency, 629 E. Univ.
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
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
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
WANT RIDE to Chicago Friday.
9322 or 2-3203.
and DINN ERS
P.M. to 7 P.M.
No. Moam-Opp. Court House
"RIDERS OF THE RANGE"
SERIAL -- CHAPTER 3
2 FIRST RUN HITS
"SOUTH OF RIO"
DON BA RRY
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TODAY and WEDNESDAY
P EC HA L
om 5 to 7 P.M.
oils and Butter
Coffee or Tea
)O value for $4.50
STAU R ANT
N TH E CAMPUS
12 SO. STATE ST.
"THE BIG WHEEL"
epartment of SpeeCh presents
by Guiterman and Lan gner
Admission: $1.20 - 90c - 60c (tax incl.)
jous from 1 P.M.
until 5 P.M.
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