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''AGM T!WO

THE MICI[GAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, NO

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WEflNESflAY, NC

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Inter Arts
Union Clears
Artistic Work
To Open Season
With Eliot Classic
By NANCY BYLAN
Inter-Arts Union is the campus
clearing house for all student crea-
ive work.
Representing groups in music,'
architecture, design, dancing, dra-'
matics and composition, IAU at-
tempts to coordinate their activ-
ities and give them a proving
ground for new ideas.
IAU ACTIVITIES are ever-in-
creasing, according to Tom Cram-
er, a member of the group. Open-
ing the 1949-50 program will be
a stage production of T. S. Eliot's
"Murder in the Cathedral," to be
presented Nov. 15, 16 and 17.
IAU will also hold a Mad Arts
costume ball Nov. 25 in the
Union Ballroom. Theme of the
ball will be the lampooning of
all different types of advertis-
ing.
At present the organization is
working on plans for a quarterly
art magazine to represent the work
of all art groups on campus. IAU
is also taking steps toward the
production of a movie on the order
of the film recently completed by
Harvard University.
* * *
BIGGEST PROJECT'of the sea-
son'will be the second annual Stu-
dent Arts Festival, a week-long
display of student creative work,
which will be held in March.
Membership in IAU is based
on participation. Each art group
on campus names two people to
IAU's central committee, which
has the power to appoint or
create any additional groups for
special projects. Members of the
central committee serve for two
semesters.
IAU grew out of the cooperative
effort of the various art groups
to revive the Beaux Arts Ball last
November.
* * *
IN JANUARY a permanent so-
ciety was formed to encompass the
interests of all students in crea-
tive work. Their initial project was
the first Student Arts Festival,
held last May.
Officers of the group are Jim
Kirkemo, president; Ed Chuda-
coff, vice-president; Lora Angel,
secretary; Bill Trousdale, treas-
urer; and Cramer, publicity chair-
man.

Green Room

--Daily-Carlyle Marshall
IN FIELDS OF GREEN-Michigan House's Bob Ney is putting
the agriculture worker in this picture in fields of green-green
wallpaper. With roommates Don Correll and Bob Milner, Ney
recently spent 12 hours papering his West Quad room, using
masking tape.
* * * *
Wallpaper Blossoms Forth
To End West Quad Drabness

Jet Airliner's
Flight Seen
As Milestone
By NORMAN MILLER
A new era in commercial avia-
tion opened last week when the
first commercial jet airliner trav-
eled from London to North Africa,
according to Prof. John W. Luecht
of the aeronautical engineering de-
partment.
"American commercial airlines
cannot afford the cost of develop-
ing the jet airliner and thus the
cooperation and knowledge of the
armed forces is needed," he said.
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"IT IS NOT LIKELY that we
will abandon our past leadership
in aviation and within five years
there should be considerable activ-
ity in the field of commercial jet
aviation," Prof. Luecht added.
Jet powered airplanes are
more practical than those pow-
ered by the usual reciprocating
type engine for any flight over
a great distance. Jet planes will
fly higher, thus avoiding much
air resistance and hence will be
cheaper and faster, he said.
"The further a plane gets from
the earth, the more the possi-
bilities of hitting obstructions or
other planes are reduced."
Other advantages of the jet
plane would be the use of a kero-
sene-like fuel which is cheaper
than gasoline and an instrument
board which is easier to operate
than those in reciprocating pow-
ered aircraft, Prof. Luecht con-
tinued.
* * *
"BECAUSE OF THE high alti-
tude at which jet airliners will
fly, there is a need for using oxy-
gen so that passengers may
breathe comfortably. This can be
solved by pressurized cabins which,
however, require a greatly
strengthened fuselage."
He pointed out that another
problem to be overcome is in-
creasing the take-off speed. Spe-
cial jet assists, which are di's-
carded after the plane takes to the
air, may be the solution.
Dinner Honors
Hinsdale Dorm
At the recognition dinner held
last night to commemorate the
naming of Mary Louise Hinsdale
House, Mildred and Ellen Hinsdale
and Provost and Mrs. James P.
Adams were honored guests.
During an after dinner program
held in-the lounge, Miss Mildred
Hinsdale presented a copy of the
recently published Garfield-Hins-
dale Letters to the dormitory. The
correspondence between President
Garfield and Professor Hinsdale
was edited by Mary Louise Hins-
dale.
MARY MARTIN gave a list of
some of the highlights in the
career of the famous educator and
Joan Glaser, accompanied by Ruth
Lebendiger, sang.

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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_
SPECIAL REDUCED STUDENT RATES
available on LIFE and TIME, Through
Student Periodical Agency, Don An-
derson (Grad) manager. 705 1st
Nat'l Bldg. Phone 2-82-42. )3
BEAUTIFUL new log cabin, modern,
located in Glenbrook subdivision,
Half Moon Lake, partly furnished.
Phone owner, 8320. )98
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Just brought over from Germany.
Guarantee effective, 50 below new
price-or trade for car. 563 Williams
House, 2-4407. )51
'36 FORD STATION WAGON-Excellent
motor. 1486 Lenox W.R.V. Evenings.
) 52
HALLICRAFTER 5x28RADIO - covers
550KC to 43MC. 12 inch speaker in
matching bass-reflexcabinet. $125.
Call Ed Worsham after 5:30 p.m. at
9559. ) 53
NEARLY NEW SMITH-CORONA port-
able typewriter. Paid $80. Sell for $60.
Call Lamb, 8688 or 4156. )44

FOR SALE
PARAKEISo Babies a d ated
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winning so B loth male and fea k,'
parakeets ('ai be tirained to talk.
S. Seventh, near W. Maidison. )z213
ENGLISH MEN'S IK<E -- Never u:;ed1
Gears. $50. Box 208, )49
ASSORTED NECK-TIES
and RIBBON SCARFS
for all girls.
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COUSIN'S
on State Street _ ) 2
CALKIN'S FLEICHER BEAUTY BAR-
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SAVE MONEY
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Sweat-Shirts-- -$1.95. Navy .I"' Shirts
45c; All Wool Sweat Socks--49c
U.S. Navy-Ariny rype Oxords ---$6.88
, Open until 6:30 p.m.
SAM'S STORE, 122 E. Washington )6
1934 PONTIC with new battery, brakes,
1934 two tires. Contact 0tos i. Ph.
5088. ) 50
NEARLY NEW Smith-Corona portable
typewriter. Paid $80. Sell for $60. )44
FOR SALE-New English bicycle. Con-
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WANTED TO RENT
ONE GARAGE-Desperately needed in
Ann Arbor. Call 7595 after 7:30 p.m.
4N
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r, .1

LOST AND FOUND
TAN LOOSELEAF ZIPPER NOTEBOOK
Wednesday. Oct. 26 at Pretze1l Bell.
Rewav:rd bur (1cntnt. No questions
asked. Call Stan, 2-3533. )59L
LOST - Sunday nighlt, small brown
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road between Ferndale and Ann Ar-
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2-6609 or write 1021 Church Street,
Ann Arbor. )66L
LOST-Brown billfold in Angell Hall
Friday. Contained no money, but
with important papers. Please re-
turn. Reward. Theodore Tiss. )65L
LOST-Mechanism of Whitnaur watch.
Between campus an1d stadium. Re-
ward. Call 2-5644. _____ )67L
LOST _Black Sh-; effer Pen in lobby of
New wo'men's 1)DIunSat burday morn-
ung. Reward. Cal Paula llaurington.
2-6531. )64L
LOST-Black leather glove, sheepskin
lining, left hand. Size D. Reward.
Phone 2-6032. )60L
LOST --on radiator inside front door
ol Angell Hall. Glasses in brown case
aid Schaeffer Pen. Marian Bennett.
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Phone 2-6032 )60L
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E. Ann. Phone 8144. )16
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BUSINESS SERVICES
LEARN TO DANCE
Jm"y Hunt Dance Stdio
209 S. state Strett
Phone 8161 )1P
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPFAIR--
Van Doren Clarinet Reeds
Box of 25-$4.50
New and Used Instrumnents
209 E. Washingtoi nt )4B
HAVE YOUR TYPEWRITER REPAIRED
by the Offi ceEquipment Service Co.,
SHIRTS - Nine hour service (by re-
quest), three day service (regular ser-
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)21B
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109 E. Washington
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Custom Clothes
Established Tradition )3B
EFFICIENT, EXPERT-prompt Type-
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Washington. Phone 5888. )5B
WASHINGTON and/or ironing done in
my own home. Free pick-up and de-
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STUDENT TYPING - Expertly done,
Reasonable rates. Will call for and
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Call 2-8026 or 2-6416. )24B
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WATCH FOR the special reduced "Stu-
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and TIME. deal gifts for family and
student friends. Student Periodical
Agency. )3
PHOTOGRAPHER WANTED-for Pan
Hel Ball, Nov. 11. Submit bids to
Betty Bridges. Ph. 5032. )24P
UNSIGHTLY HAIR removed perma-
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By HERBERT CHESTON
Pale green and white wallpaper
has blossomed out in the West
Quad marking the end of an era
of drab walls, at least for the men
in 445 Michigan House.
For two years Bob Milner, Don
Correll and Bob Ney had looked
at theiradull soiled paint in utter
disgust. This year they decided
to do something about it.
PUTTING their heads together
they figured out a method . of
getting around Residence Hall
damage regulations, which defines
pictures, hung on masking tape as
maximum decoration.
They had always wanted walls
splashed with bright colors, set
out in broad bold patterns. Sat-
urday morning the trio pooled
their loose change to start "op-
eration decoration."
Purchasing rolls of wallpaper
and masking tape, they started
work, behind drawn curtains and
locked doors,
Late Sunday afternoon, the
"green room" was opened to the
public.
THE EFFECT of six inch her-
ringbone stripes hung from pale
green borders has raised some
startling comments. One passer-
by walked twenty feet down the
corridor, turned and said "You
guys are nuts."

fabulous, stupendous, but why
did you do it?"
Most curious visitors simply pour
over the seams to look for the
hidden masking tape and disguised
pin heads.
To date no official comment has
been made, but one staff member
commented briefly, "Some im-
provement, anyways."
ALTHOUGH THE men are not
sure whether rit will start a new
fad, Correll commented dismally,
"I can just see some wise guy try-
ing it with paste instead of mask-
ing tape."
Both Ney and Milner feel that
it might provide an incentive to
the residence hall managers to re-
decorate the interior of the West
Quad.
All three thought that the color
would certainly boost their morale,
and provide them with an incen-
tive to stay home and study.
"It better," said Correll, "it
took twelve hours to hang."
Ticket Resale On

Having Guests
Purdue, Indiana,
or Ohio State
Weekends?
CALL THE STUDENT
ROOM BUREAU
2-9850 for reservations
between 12 & 1 and 6 & 7

BREAKFAST, LUNCH
AND DINNERS
prepared by
ANN ARBOR'S WELL KNOWN
CHEF FOR 30 YEARS
VIRGIL LANG
TWO STUDENT SPECIAL
DINNERS DAILY
We do not raise our prices
on football days.
Hours: 7:00 A.M. to 7:30 P.M.
Closed Sundays
MIE.KWFS Cahn.
120 E. Washington St.

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It- doesn't seem possible
but calendars don't lie.
It's time for us
-o say goodbye.
We are now closed for the season.
We thank you for your patronage
and hope to see you here again
next spring.
YPSI-ANN DRIVE IN

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