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Tlt MICHIGA DAILY

SATUJRDAY, MAY! 20, 1950~

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EARLY ITALIAN THEATRE:
Drama, Opera Highlights To Be Given

Highlights of opera and drama "L'Amfiparnasso" by Vecchi. It is
will be the theme of a combined essentially the performance pf a
departmental program at 8:30 p.- loosely knit dramatic plot in a
m. tomorrow in the main concourse style comparable to the presenta-
of Alumni Memorial Hall. tion of an oratorio.
Illustrations #from the early A predecessor to the opera,
years of opera and comedy-drama "L'Amfiparnasso" developed by
of 16th century Italy will be pre- combining a series of madrigals,
sented by the Collegium Musicum, the secular music of 16th cen-
the department of speech and the tury Italy. Through a mixture
Museum of At. of comical and sentimental
pieces a dual love story is un-
FIRST work of the eve- folded.
ning will be the pre-opera piece, Th
Te second number, scenes from
Goldoni's "The Servant of Two
A lum Sc ool Masters," though of a later period
S l I than "L'Amfiparnasso," is typical
of the pantomine performed dur-
illFeatyre ing the singing of the Vecchi
work.
CtT* * *
Currentop1s STANLEY CHALLIS and Betty
Lou Robinson, '50, will enact the
Featuring a comprehensive ser- pantomine in costume in true
es of lectures on important cur- Commedia del Arte style.
rent topics and contemporary The final work of the eve-
trends in literature, science and ning will consist of excerpts
the arts, the 12th Alumni Univer- from Monteverdi's "L'Orfeo"
sity will be held here June 12 to which marked the introduction
15. into opera of the full resources
The purpose of the program is to of the musical idiom.
bring people up to date and keep Using a classical plot, typical of
them up to date, according to the early operatic librettos, "L'Or-
Everett J. Soop, director of the feo" was a notable advance in
University Extension S e r v i c e, dramatic characterization a n d
which is sponsoring the Alumni musical force.
University. * * *
A change in the time of program BOTH MUSICAL works on the
has been made to enable a larger program will be sung by the Tu-
attendance. Previously it was held dor Singers, a specialized group
the week after commencement. chosen from the University Choir.
This year, however, in hopes of en- The evening's program is under
couraging more people-especially the direction of Prof. Jean Paul
the parents of graduating seniors Slusser, Prof. Charles Baird, Prof.
-to attend, it will be held during .__............ _
commencement week.
The eight topics to be discussed DIYi h or
dapor-eranForeign Policy; Adding LifeIL Y
to Your Years; The Symphony;
The United States in the Twen-
tieth Century; Our Economic Publication in The Daily Official
System; . Contemporary . P h i 1 o - Bulletin is consructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
sophy; and Modern Nuclear Phy- for the Bulletin should be sent in
sics. typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant t the President, Room 2552
Classes are arranged so that a Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
participant can choose each day o: the day preceding publication
any four of the eight available (1100 a.m. Saturdas).
courses which he would like to at- SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1950
tend. The lecturers for the classes SAT .X, M . 150
will be University faculty mem- VOL. LX, No. 159
bers
Notices
Library Hours for the Examina-
tion Period: The General Library
s E will be open until 10 p.m. tonight,
May 27 and June 4 to allow op-
TONIGHT portunity for study before exam-
inations.
JOHN WAYNEWomen Students who returned
home late from the IFC Ball last
Fri., May 12, need not make up
A REPUBLIC the time as it has been satisfac-
PICTBURE torily established that the inade-
quate checking facilities caused
Plus , the delay in leaving .the dance.
FUN and EXCITEMENTI American Indian Scholarships:
Five scholarships are available to
-American Indians of either sex
who are enrolled at, or are eligible
for admission to, the University in
any field of study. The awards
consist of a cash scholarship al-
lowance equivalent to semester
fees in that division of the Uni-
versity in which the recipient en-
r -
LAST TIMES TODAY
Sunday and Monday "DAKOTA LIL"
WITH
eROD CAMERON
AND-
in Paramount's "BLONDE DYNAMITE"
gay musical story of
youth -lnovel ;F

.--,, SUN. & MON. e
f, ..SHOWN AT
1:30-4:10 - 6:55 - 9:40
An 5S(THER
Carmen MIRANDA
° y 0 Jane POWELL
va9IBarry SULLIVAN
t i
" Miss Julie July"{ d
'Wond rin' When"
A Paramount Picture
starring
MAKE IFNFEtI N4
PEWOLFf tIATGHER
OtMIP QU0ZFPATOC gKOVW[E19

Louise Cuyler and Prof. Maynard
Klein. It will have a repeat per-
formance at 8:30 p.m. Monday in
the Rackham Educational Memor-
ial Building, Detroit.
Honoraries
Hold Initiation.
Two campus honorary societies,
Pi Sigma Alpha and Rho Chi, have
initiated new members at their an-
nual banquets.
Florence Baron, '50, received the
first annual Pi Sigma Alpha hon-
or award at the honorary political
science society's initiation dinner.
The award is granted to the jun-
ior or senior student who has made
the most outstanding contribution
in undergraduate political science
and activities.
Fourteen new members were in-
itiated at the dinner, and the fol-
lowing officers were elcted: Fran-
ces Doty, '50, president; Sidney
Belanoff, Grad., vice-president;
and Joan Willens, '51, secretary-
treasurer.
New members of Rho Chi, na-
tional honorary pharmaceutical
society, are Allan Beattie, Emery
Busch, Charles Butler, Robert Dil-
le, Reginald Ernst, Floyd Grolle,
Bert Lum, Phillip Maboll, Jerome
M a n c e w i c z, Gasper Minardi,
George Phillips, William Saners,
William Sayles, Lester Spencer,
Lawrence Stross, Wallace Tom,
Donald Wyss and Clarence Yee.

.Plea Made
For Green
U' Campus
Pointing out that an expensive
program to keep the grass green
has been started, S. H. Wylie,
Plant Service grounds foreman,
yesterday issued a tirade against
those students who walk on the l
grass.
r "We are spending $5,000 this
spring," Wylie said, "but unless we
receive more cooperation from the
students, all our efforts will b'e
wasted."
Wylie declared that "Students
are the first to- complain when
the campus becomes a sea of mud
every time it rains; yet they are
the ones who kill the grass that
would prevent the mud from ap-
pearing."
Referring in particular to the
barren ground in front of the
East Quadrangle, Wylie said that
it seems to be a waste of money
to attempt to landscape the 'Cam-
pus.
"We spent a large amount of
money landscaping the Quad, but
if the students don't have any
more concern for the appearance
of the grass, we certainly are not
going to continue our efforts," he
said.
Commenting on the recent hon-
orary fraternity initiations, Wylie
declared that "they have left the
Diagonal looking like a back alley
in the slums of Detroit."

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11:30 A.M. for Sunday Issue.
BUSINESS SERVICES
MOVING MAY 20. Watch for new ad-
dress. NEARLY NEW CLOTHING
SHOP, 3-0166. )8B
SHIRTS - Nine hour service (by re-
quest), three day service (regular ser-
vice). Ace Laundry, 1116 S. Univer-
sity. ) 7B
VIOLA STEIN-EXPERIENCED TYPIST
-Master's and Doctor's manuscripts
and legal work. Phone 2-9848 after
noon. ) 30B
YPEWRITEra sAND FOUNTAIN PENS
Sales and Service
MORRILL'S-314 S. State St. )11B
SYLVIA STUDIO OF DANCE - Ball-
room, Tap, Acrobatic, Ballet. Over
MichiganaTheater. Ph. 8066. )9B
DELICIOUS hardy picnic lunches for
groups numbering from 25 to 1,000
persons. Let us take care of all the
details. We deliver. J. D. Miller Ca-
tering service. 2-8315 phone. )13B
HILDEGARDE SHOPPA
109 E. Washington
Expert Alterations
Custom Clothes
by Established Tradition )3B
WASHING, ironing done in my own
home. Also rough dry and wet wash-
Ing.2Free pick up and delivery. Ph.
2-9020. )1B
RAVE YOUR typewriter repaired by the
Office Equipment Service Company,
215 E. Liberty. )4
VACATION DAYS will soon be here.
Mother and Dads-enjoy yourselves.
Responsible sitters for the children.
Call Kiddie Kare 3-1121. )l0B.
EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITI ES
MEDICAL PERSONNEL
for medical and dental field.
408 Park Ave. Bldg. WO 3-5789
DETROIT, MICHIGAN )lE
YOUNG MEN-20-25 yrs. wishing to im-
prove their spare time at good pay
learning Heating business. Excellent
preparation for meeting people and
gaining experience. See usafirst before
making summer vacation plans. Call
Holland Furnace Co., 311 S. Ashley,
Ph. 8686. )2E
FOR SALE
GOLF SET-Ralph Guldahl autograph-
ed matched clubs. 4 irons, 2 woods,
brand new, never used. Price $26.45.
Ph. 2-8692. 1711

FOR SALE
MOTORCYCLISTS!
If you are interested in a motorcycle,
you should see these before you buy.
They are priced right. India M/C
Sales, 207 W. Liberty. Ph. 2-1748.
Open evenings. )170
TO STUDENT GOING TO EUROPE-
European motorcycle 1949 "Kaptein."
Most efficient, inexpensive way to
see Europe. 80 miles per gallon. Parts
universally available abroad. Almost
new. Used only two months by two
students who saw Europe on $50
apiece. See countryside, camp out,
hob-nob with the peasants. Buy
here, save money, avoid European
licensing red-tape. $300. Call 3-4145,
Rm. J-21. )169
1938 PACKARD SEDAN-Radio, heater,
newstires, battery, muffler, and
shocks. 2-2080. ) 168
MOTORCYCLE-1940 Indian 74, good
condition. Bill Rude, Coachville Gar-
dens Trailer Camp, lot 76, on US-23
_south. )167
PAASCHE air gun compressor. Excellent
condition. Right price. Ph. 2-7862. )152
Cousins on State Street
Fiesta Blouses, white eyelet with elas-
ticized neckline, $3.95. Matching Skirt,
_$3.95. )3
BEST BUY IN TOWN-First offer of
$1695 takes my gorgeous '49 ivory
Chevrolet convertible. Every acces-
sory in the book but fog lights. Per-
fect condition. A real steal at that
price. Call Rbt. Shulman at "U" ext.
439 during day, 3-1852 evenings. )154
FOR SALE a two button Hickey Free-
man brown tweed sport coa#, 40,
long, and a three piece natural co-
vert suit, 40, long. Call 2-6375. )172
MUST SELL-'37 Chrysler Imperiai.
Clean, sound and solid throughout.
Good tires, htr., overdrive. Lots of
room for that trip home. $130.00. Call
2-4591, 304 Prescott. )173
GOLF CLUBS - 5 registered irons, 2
matched woods. Inlaid wood faces.
Never used. $26.50. Ph. 3-8755. )156
ALL COLOR PARAKEETS, Canaries,
Finches, Cocketiels. Bird supplies and
cages. 562 S. 7th. Ph. 5330. 12B
1949 ENGLISH FORD FORDOR - A-1
condition new last August, low mile-
age. Priced for quick sale. See any
evening at 615% W. Huron or Satur-
day and Sunday. Phone 2-8770. )148
WOMAN'S riding boots size 8%.Ex-
cellent condition. Phone 8539 after
5:00. ) 80
CUSHMAN SCOOTER 1950. Auto trans-
mission. Used three weeks. Wind-
shield, speedometer. Priced to suit.
Call 3-4592. )126
DIAMONDengagement and wedding
rings. Large discount. Jay Angle,
wholesale representative. Ph. 2-4481.
3 SPEED English Lightweights $47.50.
Student Bicycle Agency, 629 E. Univ.
77
TRANSPORTATION
FLYING TO CALIFORNIA June 8.
Have 2 seats, $75 each. McElroy Fly-
ing Service, 9335. )27T
ALASKA TRIP in 1950 Chevrolet Su-
burban carryall. Want 2 or 3 passen-
gers, references. Leave about May 20.
For information, call Detroit T080376
about 6 p.m. )26T

PERSONAL

HEY DORIS B.-Have you heard-The
New 1950 ENSIAN can be picked up
from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday and from
9:0 am.a.-12:30 p.m. Saturday-Now
isn't that great!! Your frustrated
friend, Tiger. )11P
STUDENT RATES on TIME and LIFE
still available. Only $4.75 a yr. Through
Student Periodical Agency. Phone
2-82-42.
NOW IS THE TIME!
Get your room for this summer or
next fall now!! You will get very
satisfactory results from a cheap,
efficient DAILY CLASSIFIED AD.
2-3241. )2P
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
209 S. State
Phone 8161 )IP
SENIOQRS-Your last chance to take
advantage of the Student rates on
TIME and LIFE. Only $4.75 a yr.
Prlong Student Periodical Agency,
2-82442.
. LOST FOUND
LOST - Small gold cigarette lighter
with blue rhinestones. Call New
Dorm, Room 6547. )101L
LOST-Bunch ofkeys near Groomwell
Beauty Shop or vicinity of State St.
Ph..5896 or 5126. )98L
FOUND-Good fountain pen at corner
Vledher and N. Univ. Ph. 3-1389. )96L
LOST-Black and pink rim glasses. Ap-
ril 25th, campus. Ph. 3-1561-4506
Palmer Hse. )85L
LOSX.-4Racine wristwatch with metal
band._Call 250611.' )64L
LOST' at I.F.C. Black velvet purse,
rhinestone clasp. Contains initialed
compact. Reward. 'Call 2-6419. )103L
WANTED TO RENT
NEWLY MARRIED COUPLE wants room
with bath for rest of semester. Phone
9817. )31N
THREE ROOM FURNISHED APT, by
graduate student and working wife.
Must have private b =th. Will be in
Ann Arbor at least 3 years. Write T.
D. Kowalski, 9205 A St., Apt.)11,
Hayward Calif. )30N
EXCHANGE - for summer session!
Charming home four blocks from Lake
Michigan. Dishwasher, Bendix, play
yard, sailboat, yacht club privileges.
James Braden, Niles Ave., St. Joseph,
Mich. )29N
WANTED TO RENT-Furnished kit-
chenette apartment for the Summer
Session. Graduate student and wife.
R. C. Davis, University of Akron,
Mathematics Department, Akron,)O
) 15N
WANTED-TO-SUB-LET: Wife and hus-
band, both teachers, desire to sub-
let apartment for summer school
session. Write Mrs. June D. Kelly,
Box 181,_Galien,_Mich. )11N
MARRIED student desires reasonable
apartment. Two years occupancy,
beginning June 20. No children, no
parties. Box 220, Michigan Daily. )33N
WANTED TO TRADE
IF OUR TASTES AGREE, let's swan
classical record albums. 2-7981. )17T

FOR RENT
APARTMENT AVAILABLE for summer.
Two ron s,4west side. Car necessary.
Phone 2-8242. )31F
FOR RENT--June 16 to Sept. 1-Small
apartment near campus. Reasonable
rent. 2-5269 after 4. )32N
MEN'S ROOMS-Summer and fall. Low
OPA prices. Smoking, etc. allowed.
Student landlord. Call Mary. Lou,
2-7862. )28F
DOUBLE ROOMS, SUITES.--Available
for men, summer session. Near cam-
pus and Union. Shower, continuous
hot water. $5.25. 509 S. Division near
Jefferson. )29F
TO SUBLET from June 15 to Sept. 1,
apartment. 3 blocks from campus.,
Call 2-1975 after 5:30. )32
FURNISHED four room apartment
from June 8th to Sept. 1st. Near.,
campus. $60 per month. Call 2-9606
after 6:00. )33F
FOR SUMMER SESSION-One double,
three singles. Automatic hot water,
use of refrigerator and electric stove.
On E. Jefferson across from W. Quad.
Ph. 5532 after 7:00 p.m. )21F'y

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HELP
WANTED

SALES HELP WANTED next fail. Mag-
azine subscriptions at student rates.
Please apply now to: Student Periodi-
cal Agency. Phone 2'-8242. ) 24H
WANTED-Part time secretary-steno-
grapher for executive office. Hours to
be arranged. Dr. Rector. Phone 2-0978.
) 23H
BOOKKEEPER WANTED - Permanent
position for bookkeeper to handle full
set of books, good salary, interesting
work. Interviews on 2nd floor Pol-.
lett's Bookstore, 322 S. State: )18H
DO YOU need any help? If so, you will
get good results from a DAILY HELP
WANTED ad. Try it and _see. }7P

)FFICIAL BULLETIN

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ROOMS
FOR RENT

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rolls. Applications should be made
to the Scholarship Division, Office
of Student Affairs, 1059 Adminis-
tration Building.
Reed's Furniture Company of
Flint, Michigan is interested in re-
ceiving applications from June
graduates interested in furniture
sales in Flint.
For further information call the
Bureau of Appointments, Ext. 371.
Academic Notices
Mathematics Orientation Semi-
nar: Mon., May 22, 3 p.m., 3001
A.H. Mr. Schnuck will talk on
"Thomsen Geometry."
Doctoral Examination for Don-
old John Lewis, Mathematics;
thesis: "Cubic Homogeneous Poly-
nomials Over a Padic Number
Field," Sat., May 20, 3003 Angell
Hall, 9:30 a.m. Chairman, R. Brau-
er.
Doctoral Examination for Rich-
ar'd Allen Carroll, English Lang.
and Lit.; thesis: "Johnson's 'Lives
of the Poets' and Currents of Eng-
lish Criticism, 1750-1779," Sat.,
May 20, East Council Room, Rack-
ham Bldg., 2 p.m. Chairman, L. I.
Bredvold.
Doctoral Examination for Fay
Merwin Hemphill, Epidemiologic
Science; thesis: "Prediction Meth-
ods for Poliomyelitis Epidemic
Peridds and Total Cases," Mon.,
May 22, 1006 School of Public
Health, 9 a.m. Chairman, Thomas
Francis.
Doctoral Examination for Mar-
shall Rudolph Colberg, Economics;
thesis: "Federal Control of Con-
struction Following World War II,"
Mon., May 22, 105 Economics
Bldg., 3 p.m. Chairman, C. Peter-
son.
Honors in the Liberal Arts: De-
gree Program for Sophomores in-
tending entering the program next
fall should consult with Professor
Dodge, 17 Angell Hall, before June
1.
Concerts
Student Recital: Fred Thomp-
Ending Today
^:h%:ii %4 ;%:iN}v':r,'i.;:'t: X
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son, Organist, will present a pro-
gram in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the Bachelor of
Music degree at 4:15 p.M., Sun.,
May 21, Hill Auditorium. A pupil
of Marilyn Mason, Mr. Thompson
will play works by Walther, Buxte-
hude, Bach, Liszt, Messiaen and
Dupre. The public is invited.
Events Today
Student Council of the Music
Student Council of the Music
School Assembly: 1:15 p.m., 406
Tower. Agenda: calendaY for next
fall. All school of music' students
invited.
Saturday Luncheon Discussion
Group: 12:15 p.m., Lane Hall. Dr.
Harold Nash Geistweit will be the
guest speaker.
U. of M. Hostel Club: Square
dancing every Saturday night from
8:15-11 p.m., Jones School. Ad-
mission charge.
Sports Night: IM Building, 7:30-
10 p.m. All faculty members,
teaching fellows, wives, children
and guests invited. Swimming,
squash, badminton, volleyball, and
tennis. For further information,
phone Mrs. Sylvia Eiteman, 5474.
Picnic with the Chinese Student
Group. Meet at Lane Hall, at 2
p.m. to go to Riverside Park. Con-
gregational - Disciple - Evangeli-
cal & Reformed Guild.
Coming Events
U. of M. Hot Record Society:
Live jam session, Sun., 8 p.m.,
League Ballroom. No admission
charge.
Beacon Association: P i c n i c,
Sun., May 21, at the home of Prof.
Percival P r~ i c e. Transportation
leaves University Bus stop (Wash-
tenaw and N. University) at 2:15
p.m.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation:
U.J.A. Carnival has been postponed
until Sun., May 28, 7:00- 10:30 p.m.
Phi Iota Alpha. Movies and
roundtable discussion .onBrazil,
Sun., 2 p.m., Rm. 3R, .Union. Ev-
erybody invited. -
Grad Outing Club: Meeting,
Sun., 2:15 p.m., Rackham Bldg.
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MEN-Inexpensive rooms for summer.
Some with bath. Call 2-2202.s }8m R
FURNISHED apartment for summer
with all conveniences for two grad
student girls. $50 each. Mrs. Slade,
1223 Hill St. )78R
ONE SINGLE room. Man preferred.
2-4239. 836 Brookwood Place. )79R
PLEASANT singles & doubles for men.
Campus. Summer rates $5. Ph. 6876
evenings. ) 77R
SUITE-Private bath. Private entrance.
Suitable for three men. 603 Lawrence.
)76R~
MEN'S DOUBLES and SINGLES--Sum-
mer, good location, reasonable, 927
Forest. Ph. 2-6146. )75R
MEN'S ROOMS, summer and fall, sin-.'
gles and doubles. 1346 Geddes, 2-7044.
)70R '
ATTENTION MEN STUDENTS.-Speclial
summer rates. Some fall reservations
available. Twin-bed rooms, air-con-
ditioned, showers, continuous hot
water. Unusually attractive accom-
modations, just three blocks off cam-
pus. Call 7632. )30F

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ART CINEMA LEAGUE
and SOCIEDAD HISPANICA
present
IMPERIO ARGENTINA
in the only Spanish Production of Carmen
Carmen De La Triana"
with English Subtitles
TONIGHT
7:30 and 9:30 P.M.
Architecture Auditorium
Advance Sale: Wed. thru Sat.
League 1 to 6 P.M.

STARTS
SUNDAY!
RENEGADES AND
A REDHEAD!'
Lawless men and a
flaming beauty
on an
Indian-
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trail..
where every
day holds
new terror
and every
night might
be their last I
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Next Week at Hill

NOW AT
REGULAR PRICES
All Seats 50c

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"RED SHOES"
will Positively Play at
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