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TILE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1949

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SELL HOMECOMING PINS:
Beat Minnesota' Cry To Be Raised at Pep Rally

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

* * *

* * *

Sale of homecoming pins' is
only the beginning of an exten-
sive campaign to prove that stu-
dents are solidly behind th/
football team, according to Al
Hartzmark, of the Wolverine
club.
Climaxing the efforts to show
that school spirit still flourishes
will be the "Beat Minnesota" pep
rally at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at
South Ferry Field, he said.
* * *
A TORCHLIGHT parade of the
University marching band and the
East and West Quad bands will
pick up students from all corners
of the campus, leading them to
the Union where sit will start out
at 7:30 p.m. for Ferry Field.
Following , the pep rally a
sweater and blue jean "Come as
you are dance" will be held at'
the Union. The Vaughn House
Trio will provide intermission en-
tertainment at the dance.
THE Student Affairs Committee
had considered discontinuing pep
rallies because of the mis-directed
enthusiasm of students after the
Army pep rally which resulted in
snake dancing through the wo-
men's dormitories, Hartzmark ex-
plained.
Permission to hold the Min-
nesota rally was granted by the
SAC however, on the condition
that similar mis-conduct would
not occur, he added.
"The Wolverine Club hopes that
unthinkJing pranksters will not
cause the discontinuation of fu-
ture pep rallies," Hartzman said.
THE PEP RALLY will be spon-
sored by the Wolverine Club in
conjunction with the Student
Legislature and the "M" Club.
Sale of homecoming pins
will continue through Friday in
front of the Union, League and
several off-campus locations.
Cost of pins for students will be
15 cents, and 25 cents for non-stu-
dents.
EVENINGS 35c
Matinees 25c
LAST TIMES TODAY!
3:00 - 6:15 - 9:30

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
Phone 23-24-1
HOURS: 1 to 5 P.M.
RATES
LINES 1DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .50 1.02, 1.68
3 .60 1.53 2.52
4 .80 2.04 4.80
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline daily except
Saturday is 3 P.M. Saturdays,
11:30 A.M. for Sunday Issue.
FOR SALE
MOTOR SCOOTER-only $50. See at
1043_Baldwin, afternoons 4-6. )14
5 PASSENGER COUPE - Chev. 1942,
grey, special deluxe, radio, heater,
seat covers. Tires, motor and body
in good condition. 517 E. Wash., Apt.
6. Phone 2-8870 after 5. )16
1937 TERRAPLANE-Tudor, heater. In
pretty good condition. Would like
about $100 cash or terms. 9179 after
5 p.m. )19
1939 NASH 2-dr., excellent condition.
Radio, heater, new tires and driving
lights. Sacrificeat $245. Call Dick
Washam, 2-1241 after 2:00 p.m. )18
ATTENTION VIBRAHARPISTS - Wish
to sell a Deagon, model 35 vibraharp
with carrying cases. Range F to F.
30 octaves. CallClements, 2-1873. )20
FOR SALE OR TRADE-1936 Ford for-
dor, R&H. Univ. Ext. 2565. Mrs.
Opdyke. )15
1936 PLYMOUTH sedan, excellent 1942
Dodge engine. Must sell now. 1415
Packard Rd. 2-4111-7:00-10:30 eve-
nings. )12
TWO STRONG kitchen tables-mov-
able top to make it one. Roll divider,
36 roll at one time. Other items for
sale. 2-3422. )89
BEAUTIFUL new log cabin, modern,
located in Glenbrook subdivision,
Half Moon Lake, partly furnished.
Phone owner, 8320. )98
STOCK REDUCTION SALE
All wool blankets, $3.99; men's briefs,
39c; Navy "T" shirts, 3 for $1.35;
tanker jackets, $6.66; N.1 jackets,
$7.77; 60 per cent wool athletic hose,
39c; men's zipper galoshes, $3.33. Open
'til 6:30 p.m. Sam's Store, 122 Wash-
ington. )6
KISS AND don't make up! Use the
latest in cosmetics, LIP LIFE, an
under base for lipstick. Calkins-
Fletcher, S. State at N. University.)5
TUXEDO-Perfect condition. Size 38to
40-20. H. J. Frogner, 919 Maiden
Lane, Phone 2-4143. )95

FOR SALE
MOTORCYCLISTS
BRITISH POUND DEVALUED
SAVE $195.00
onNew British Motorcycles.
Others Selling for Storage Plus
Repair Bills.
Buy Now! Save Now!
INDIA MOTORCYCLE SALES
207 W. Liberty - Phone 2-1748
Open Evenings Till 9:00
TWO FORMALS-Used once. 1 char-
truese and 1 pink, with slips. Size 12.
$12 each. 2-0328. )92
.45 PT. DIAMOND engagement ring.
Call 7603 )84
BIKE, Schwinn lightweight with extra
large basket._$10.00._Ph. 8618. )23
SPENCER microscope. 10 and 45 power
lenses, with case. Excellent condition.
2-1600. )24
ENGLISH lightweight bicycle. 3-speed,
hand brakes, good condition. Art
Meier, 2-3143. $35. )22
TINY COLORFUL finches, 5.95 a pr.
Canaries, Parakeets, Cocketiels. Java
Ricebirds. 562 S. 7th St. Ph. 5330.
2B
1938 4-door convertible for sale new.
2-9850 after 6 p.m. )11
COUSIN'S
On State Street
Cats pajamas, red flannel trimmed
with simulated leopard. Sanforized
too. Sizes 32-38, $4.95. )2

BUSINESS SERVICES
LEARN TO FLY
Flying Club--Private Courses
and G.I. Courses
GRIDLEY AIRPORT
Phone Ypsi, 9272
)17B
TYPING
Pickup and Delivery Service, 2-1282
)22B
SPECIAL ON BOOKPLATES-
As many or as few as you wish at Sc
each. Your books need an I.D. card
too. Lct Early write them for you.
Hours 10 to 7 Mon. thru. Sat. J. A.
Early, 402 Observatory, Ph. 2-8606.
)8B
SHIRTS-Nine Hour Service (by re-
quest). 3-day service (regular serv-
ice). Ace Laundry, 1116 S. University.
) 211B
EFFICIENT, expert, prompt typewriter
repair service. Mosely's Typewriter
and Supply Company. 214 E. Wash-
ington. Ph. 5888. )513
HAVE YOUR typewriter repaired by
the Office Equipment Service Co., 215
E. Liberty.___) 16B
WASHING and/or ironing, done in my
own home. Free pick-up and delivery.
Ph. 2-9020. ) iB

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LOST AND FOUND

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HILDEGARDE SHOPPE
109 E. Washington
Expert Alterations
Custom Clothes
Established Tradition
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
Van Doren Clarinet Reeds
Box of 25-$4.50
New and Used Instruments
209 E. Washington

)3B

PERSONAL
SIG EP saysheadsupi) Minnesota. }17P
THE STUDENT RATES on TIME and
LIFE are available on the personal
subscriptions of college students only.
Please do not ask us to give them on
subscriptions ordered in name of
non-students. Gifts may be ordered
at the student rates only if the re-
cipient is a student. Student Period-
ical Agency. Phone 2-82-42. )3
USNR SUBMARINERS or others inter-
ested in joining Org. Sub. Div. 9-228
meeting in Detroit on Friday nites
call Fitzpatrick after 7 p.m. Ph. 4665.
)16P
THE SIG EPS SAY - Michigan over
Minnesota. }-15P
TROUBLE SHOOTER IN PENMANSHIP.
Come in any time between 10 and
7, Monday through Saturday for
your two free lessons in writing. Then
decide whether you care to continue
at $1.00 per hour for further in-
struction. J. A. Early, 402 Observatory,
Ph. 2-8606. )8B
LEARN TODANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIO
209 S. State Street. Ph. 8161
)1P
THE
Lord Carleton
SEXTET
Now accepting bookings. Call Ray,
402_Cooley House, East Quad. )14P
27,000,000 people read LIFE each week.
You probably do too. To make it
easier and cheaper for you, special
reduoed student ratesare available.
You subscribe simply by phoning us
at 2-82-42. )3
UNSIGHTLY HAIR removed perma-
nently. Short wave method ap-
proved by Am. Med. Ass'n., 5 Nickels
Arcade. Ph. 2-6696. )12B
FOR RENT
ARE YOU HAPPY where you're living?
See this. 2 vacancies. Student's (men)
Club. Separate living-study room. 217
S. 5th Ave. after 3. )12F
A PIANO STUDIO. New Baldwin organ.
(practice). Rent by week or month.
217 S. 5th Ave. )13F
WHITMORE LAKE-2 apartments foz
rent. One 2-room and private tl(
bath, furnished, $65 per month. O(
3 room and private tile bath, furnish'
ed, $85 per month. Baths and floorl
are new. Oil heat and hot water
Furniture good. Not a cottage, a
good home. Must see to appreciate,
42 E. Shore Drive, Whitmore Lake.
)11P
)ll1

LOST-One man's blue wind breaker
jacket on campus. Pockets contain
Parker 51 pen and cigarette case. Call
2-8813. ) 42L
LOST! Shell rim glasses .in red leather
case. If found please call 2-2828.
) 36L
BLACK LEATHER key case with in-
itials H-k. Return to Stockwell. Rm.
4543. )41L
LOST-Dark rim glasses. Campus vi-
cinity Tuesday. Call 2-4471. Rm. 5019.
)40L
FEMALE ENGLISH SETTER-5 months
old, predominantly white with black
ears and eye markings, black spots
on body and brown on legs. Reward
offered. Notify John Gwin, phone
3-1135 at any time. )3 L
LOST-One brown corday zipper purse
containing Schaeffer pen and coin
purse. Call 2-4471, Room 4541. )13L
LOST-Camera, Leica, and case; serial
number 229831. Also, brown tweed
top coat, Birmingham or Louisville
Table. Substantial reward. Dr. A. B.
Loveman, Neyburn Building, Louis-
ville, Ky. )32L
LOST! Shellrim glasses in red leather
case. If found please call 2-2828. )36L
ROOM AND BOARD
HOME COOKING-Meals for men. 1319
Hill. )7X

)4B
WANTED TO BUY
TWO TICKETS to Minnesota game.
Call 816XJ. 12W
WANTED-Two tickets to both Minne-
sota and Ohio games. Ph. 2-6629._)14W
WANTED-3 tickets OSU game. Call
2-3741. )16W
ONE TICKET to the Michigan-Minne-
sota game. 1315 Hill, 2-7579. )15W
ROOMS FOR RENT
NEWLY FURNISHED single, double,
some with cooking privileges. Tel.
5224. Near campus. )19R
BRING YOUR weekend guests to the
Pierce Transient Home, except for the
Minnesota weekend. 1133 East Ann,
Phone 8144. )16R_
HELP WANTED -
PLEASE HELP U'S sell the student
rates onHTIME and LIFE. You'll earn
$5 an houri n commissions and gain
valuable sales experience. Phone 2-
82-42 for information. )

-Daily-Alex Lmanian
HOMECOMING PINS--It doesn't take much persuasion to convince these students that they can
show their active support of Michigan's team by buying a Minnesota vs. Michigan football pin,
which are being sold by the Wolverine Club this week. Pins will cost students fifteen cents, and
non-students twenty-five cents. They will be sold in front of the League and Union through
Friday.

2000 Students
Register with
Jobs Bureau
Over 2000 students have already
registered with the Bureau of Ap-
nointments, Dr. T. Luther Purdom,
director of the Bureau, announced
yesterday.
Dr. Purdom expects the regis-
tration this year easily to exceed
that of any previous year, partly
because of the large senior class,
and partly because of the tighter
job situation.
* * *
ALTHOUGH jobs are scarcer
this year, Dr. Purdom emphasized
that students who want to work,
and are willing to put more effort
into getting jobs and accept "less
desirable" ones, have a good
chance of finding them.
This year's job hunters are
"the best group I've seen," Dr.
Purdom declared.
He held out hope for them,
mentioning a Detroit reporter
who, posing as a University grad-
uate with no experience, was of-
fered six full-time jobs.
STARTING TODAY
THRU SATURDAY
Mat. 30c Nights & Sun. 40c
pard nthe
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Lane Hall To Sponsor,
Campus Puppet Group

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Life in the miniature will trod
the boards at 8 p.m. today at
Lane Hall as the newly organized
campus puppet group gathers for
the first show of the year.
Mrs. Charlotte Timm, of the
Merchants To
Confer Today
Business Problems
Will Be' Discussed
A merchandising conference
sponsored by the School of Busi-
ness Administration and the Uni-
versity Extension Service will be
held all day today at the Rackham
Building.
Merchants from all over the
state will gather to discuss prob-
lems of the retailing business.
Dean R. A. Stevenson of the
School of Business Administration
will preside at a luncheon to be
given after the morning session
of the conference.
Speakers at the conference will
be E. W. Parmalee, vice-president
of the Michigan Retail Dry Goods
Association; Glen Oren, of The
Glen Oren Store of Mt. Pleasant;
F. M. Seger, of Seger's Depart-
ment Store of Sturgis; Dr. Paul W.
McCracken, of the School of
Business Administration.
Ralph W. Toaz, of the Lansing
Chamber of Commerce; Joseph B.
Whitney, of the Vandervoort
Hardware Company of Lansing;
and I. L. Malcolm, of the J. L.
Hudson Compans of Detroit.
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A Columbia Re-Releale,
1:30 - 4:50 - 8:00
No. Main - Opp. Court House
THERE'S .
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Ann Arbor Puppeteers, will give
two puppet plays to point out the
possibilities for such a creative
arts group, said Jerry Witt who
organized it.
* * *
MRS. TIMM will present "The
Tale of Bella" and "South of the
Rio Grande," drawn from the re-
pertoire of the Ann Arbor Pup-
peteers.
The Puppeteers was organized
a year ago as an outgrowth of
a playground handicraft group,
according to Mrs. Timm.
"The children seemed to enjoy
working with puppets so much
that we decided to develop a pup-
pet organization. We hope the
Puppeteers will be able to work
with the new student group," she
said.'
* * *
THE student puppet group was
organized by Witt as part of the
Creative Arts department of the
Student Religious Association.
Members of the groups will
learn to make puppets, write
skits and help produce shows.
Students from the education
and architecture schools who have
been working with puppets will
form the nucleus of the organiza-
tion, Witt said.
"But we wish anyone who knows
anything about puppets or who
would like to learn will take part,"
he declared.
Scholarships
To BeGiven
Scholarships, valued at 100 dol-
lars each, are being offered to
juniors and seniors of the En-
gineering College.
The scholarships are awarded
by the Society of Engineer's Wives
of Detroit and are open to resi-
dents of metropolitan Detroit only.
"Applicants are judged on a
basis of academic work, campus
citizenship and financial means,"
according to Prof. Henry W.
Miller of the Engineering draw-
ing dept. Applications and infor-
mation on the scholarships may
be obtained at Prof. Miller's office,
412 West Engineering Bldg.

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and up
Come in now to make an unhurried selec-
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Phone 9449

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