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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OidBuildings
Will Provide
Extra Space
The University's jammed class-
room situation will be partially
relieved this semester by the reno-
vation of four of the oldest build-
ings on campus.
Fifty-five year old Tappan Hall
is rapidly being groomed to house
the departments of German and
Fine Arts. The badly worn wooden
floors of the building have been
covered with asphalt tile and ac-
coustical ceilings have been in-
stalled in some rooms.
UNIVERSITY Hall, Mason Hall
and South Wing, built in 1873,
1841, and 1849 respectively, were
originally scheduled for demoli-
tion but it will be necessary to
use them until more classroom
and office space is found for the
College of Literature, Science and
the Arts. The University has
sought a state appropriation for
several years to erect an addition
to Angell Hall for this purpose.
To reduce fire hazards in the
three buildings, the entrance
way from University Hall to
Angell Hall has been closed off,
as well as entrance ways from
University Hall to South Wing
and Mason Hail. In addition,
the third and fourth floors of
University Hall, condemned by
fire control officials, have been
sealed off.
Office space remaining in Uni-
versity Hall will be used by the
Survey Research Center while
South Wing will house the Ro-
mance Languages .department, the
mathematics classrooms and of-
fices.

R EMBR ANDT FOR RENT:
Student Loan Prints, Go on Display
A Rembrandt or a dIa Vinci (lent Alexander G. Ruthven and large number of works 1
youfoh only 50dents 1an ot of Students Eric A. Walter, temporary American art
Through the Student Loan Print tit nucleus of the library was pro- Among the most popular
Library students may rent, print's \ W"1 by an ia gift of 400 are a group q local campu
of the works of -all the t radition I o o $ni f1eiet
ofd mters of Eulrtopetadi iell prints from the J. L. Hludson Coin- Paintings of President R~
eprod atins of r asof ta; pany in Detroit. home, Angell Hall, the Un
better known contemporary ar- SINCE TIBAT TIME the collec- Burton Memorial Tower
ists. tion has grown to its present size, ___ded___hiseries
* * 760, through donations from Uni-
BOTH undergraduates and velsity faculty and alumni. In ad- W IJVOM sOund
graduates may sign up for the dition, funds obtained from the
prints, which are currently on (is rental fees have accounted for 125 Call for Stgdei
play in Alumni Memorial hall, of the additional prints.
from 9-5 p.m. today and toiroirow Man of the new reproduc- WUOM, University ra
in the North Gallery on the sice - ions are duplirations of the tion, has sounded a cal
ond floor. minst popular paintings in the students interested in trs
Only University identificathin original collection, including a for roles in the station's
and the 50 cent rental fee are --- ries, "Treasures Off the
necessary to obtain your favorite Appointments for auditi
reproduction. ti dICI.' be arranged by calling ir
The prints will be distributed CREEPER, Va.--Some mature at the WUOM offices on t
next week in room 508 Admin- turtles are six times as heavy as a floor of the Administratio
istration Building. baby elephant at birth, according ing or by telephoning 3-1,
Originally promoted by Presi- to drug store scales. 2697.

by con-
ists.
pictures
is scenes.
uthven's
ion, and
are in-
S
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dio sta-
11 to all
ying out
new se-
Shelf."
ons may
n person
the fifth
n Build-
511, Ext.

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-Daily-Alex Lmanian
CARD COLLECTOR-Mrs. Marilyn Mandeville carefully files
one of the 20,000 student identification cards in the Office of
Student Affairs. 'Ie long "railroad tickets" are filed in various
University offices.
AEPi's Take Over DKE House

University of Michigan Oratorical Association
.LEl~RE C URSE

presents a program of

Members of Alpha Epsilon Pi
fraternity are now renting the
former Delta Kappa Epsilon house,
1912 Geddes, for the current se-
mester.
DKE men were ordered to move
from the house late last spring
after they were found, guilty of
violating the University liquor law.

A relatively new fraternity on
campus, Alpha Epsilon Pi will oc-
cupy their present quarters at least
until the start of the spring se-
mester, Office of Student Affairs
Director John Gwinn declared. It
held installation ceremonies and
an initiation banquet there Satur-
day.

0S
anunshed

CHAMPAGNE Prices Effective Tuesday
BEER and Wednesday
WINE We Reserve the Right to Limit
Quantities

ONE DAY ONLY
POPULAR BRANDS
Cigarettes
$1.69 Carton
Plus Tax
TUES. SEPT. 27th

SPECIAL GIANT
Hershey or Nestles
Chocolate
Bars
2 for35c
Reg. 25c Ea,.

400

lOc

Cleansing
Tissues
AT MARSHALL'S
17c
Barbasol
SHAVE CREAM
Reg. 50c
ow 19c

LUX
LIMIT FOUR BARS
5c
$1.35 Value
BRIGGS
PIPE MIXTURE
1 lb. 98c

UNBREAKABLE
DRINKING
GLASSES
9c

SHOWER
Caps
29c
ALL PLASTIC'

Mary Garden
OCTOBER 5th
Until her retirement in 1934, she was one
of the most famous and colorful stars of
the operatic world. In 1907 she made her
New York debut in Thais, and from 1910
to 1931 she appeared as prima donna with
the Chicago Grand Opera Company.
Subject: MY MEMORIES OF THE OPERA.
Leland Stowe
OCTOBER 26th
A dynamic and analytical speaker, he has
long been a favorite with Ann Arbor audi-
ences. A Pulitzer Prize Winner in Journ-
alism, and the foreign editor for The Re-
porter, he is now in Europe making an in-
tensive study of world conditions.
Subject: WE STILL HAVE TIME TO WIN
PEACE.
Adoiphe Menjou
NOVEMBER 7th
During his thirty years in Hollywood, he has
been one of filmdom's leading stars and
one of its most delightful personalities. He
is also one of its best expositors, for he has
an intimate knowledge of the motion pic-
ture industry.
Subject: STAIRWAY TO STARDOM.

"COSMETIC DEPOT"- Revlon . Max
Factor . Coty . Yardley's . Old Spice
35c $6.00 $1.25 WIMBERLY
Ivory Snow ELECTRIC TRAVEL Absorbine PIPE SALE
rs IRONS Jr. $15so to $5 Value
AT MARSHALL'S Only $3.95 AT MARSHALL'S Only $1.19
Limit 1 49c_-_-_-4
21 c ALL METAL PLASTIC WIS
Wrist Watch
EXTENSION Shoe Trees SOAP with Sweep Hand
CONTAINERS AT MARSHALL'S
CORDS Ladies' or Men s for
49c 39c Only 9c $5.50
6 and 8 feet
$8.50 Value Self Starting Free Developing
SHOWERPOLAR CUB ELECTRIC FOTO-
CLOGS Hair Dryer CLOCK FINISHING
59 With Stand $5.00 Value 6
and up $4.95 $3.49 "Oversize Prints"
"FOR MEN" - Yardley's . Seaforth .
Old Spice . Courtley's

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2 P.M. to A P.M
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