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PADS TWO

'w7E MICHIGAN DA LY

D.WSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEZ~ 18, 1949

Scholarships
Given to 23
Law Students
Academic Rating
Basis of Award
Scholarship awards to 23 stu-
dents in the University Law School
were announced yesterday by E.
Blythe Stason, dean of the school.
Awarded strictly on the basis of
academic accomplishment, "thet
scholarships were given to stu-
dents who have achieved a very
high standing in the Law School,"
according to Prof. L. Hart Wright,
chairman of the Law School
Scholarship Committee.
* *F
WINNER of the Jerome S. Freud
Memorial Scholarship was Theo-
dore Sachs. He was selected by
trustees of the Memorial fund up-
on recommendation of Law School
officials.
The Class of 1908 Memorial
Award for the top-ranking sen-
ior law student was made to
Paul Anderson. He was also cited
as a University Scholar.
Established by a grant from an
anonymous donor, the Menry M.
Bates Award is annually given to
an outstanding student associated
with the Michigan Law Review.
Donald Davis was the recipient of
this year's award. He was also
named a University Scholar.
ZOLMAN CAVITCH was award-
ed the Samuel J. Platt Scholar-
ship and was cited as a University
Scholar.
Made available through funds
from the University's General
Scholarship Fund, prize awards
as University Scholars a r e
granted to law students on the
basis of outstanding academic
work.
Among this year's winners are
Thomas Waterbury, John D. Mc-
Leod& Melvin Spencer, Janice
Richardson,iRichard Conn, James
Gordy, William Sutter, James De-
Boer, Willis B. Snell, Hugh Muir,
Gordon Hueschen, John Thomas
and Beauford George.
Other University Scholars are
Thomas Hartwell, Robert Frick,
John Gaskell, Joseph Gricar, The-
odore Troff, and Nancy Ringland.
Peake to Address
Graduate Seminar".,
Assistant Dean Charles H. Peake
of the literary college will speak
on "Student-Teacher Relationship
in College" at 7 p.m. today in Rm.
110 of the General Library.
He will address a meeting of at
graduate seminar in education but
all interested are invited to attend.1

LLOYD HOUSE LEGACY:
New Memorial Fund
To Honor Don Brown

By BOB KEITH
Donald Joel Brown will not be
forgotten.
A permanent memorial has been
set up to honor the brilliant 17-
year-old literary college freshman

DONALD JOEL BROWN
. . . deceased student honored
Second Organ
Series Recital
Will Be Given

whose death April 11 shocked the
campus.
BROWN was killed by a freight
train in New York, while hitch-
hiking back to Ann Arbor at the,
end of spring vacation. The all-A
student's career was cut short just
seven months after he entered the
University in September, 1948.
Now, thanks to the generosity
and foresight of his parents, of
close friends, of University offi-
cials, and of the men in Lloyd
House where he lived, Brown's
memory will not be lost.
They have established a growing
fund, already totalling well over
$2,000, which will be used for .a
"living memorial" to Brown's brief
stay here.
* * *
MOST OF THE money has come
from Brown's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer M. Brown, partners in
a New York City law firm. So far
they have contributed $2,000 to the
fund and have definitely promised
another $3,000 by January 1951.
Two Lloyd House commit-
tees, working with University of-
ficials, have decided to use the
money to set up within the house
a scholarship award and a com-
bined library and music room.
The scholarship committee,
headed by Don DuBois, '50E, will
award approximately $100 each
year to an outstanding Lloyd
House man, probably on the basis
of- scholarship, extra-curricular
activities and economic need.
A COMMITTEE directed by Sid
Goldberg, '51, will work on the pro-
posed music room and library,
which will be created through con-
version of the Lloyd House study
hall.
To be known .as the Donald
Joel Brown Memorial, it will
house shelves of books, chairs,
carpets, an electric record player
and a collection of records, some
of which are from Don's per-
sonal collection, Goldberg said.
According to Leon Lublin, '51E,
Fund chairman, the scholarship
will go into effect next year, but
realization of the proposed li-
brary and music room probably
won't come about until 1951, when
less crowded conditions are expect-
ed in the West Quad.
Peter A. Ostafin, resident direc-
tor of the Quad, conceived the idea
of a memorial shortly after
Brown's death. Since that time
contributions have come in from
various parts of the country, en-
abling Lloyd House to give Don's
memory a permanent niche in the
University.

Name Soughit
For Campus
Record Folio
Launchies (2onite
Have you ever felt you were mis-
named?
Don't let this happen to the
1949-50 Michigan album of re-
corded memories of school events,
the Wolverine Club says.
A contest to decide a "catchy"
name for the album will be!
launched tomorrow by the Wolver-
ine Club, which will be the offi-!
cial distributor of the album on
campus.
* * *
THE DEADLINE for handing in
all name suggestions will be Wed-
nesday, Dec. 14. Any University
student is eligible to submit an un-
limited number of entries.
A $25 government savings
bond will go to the student turn-
ing in the winning name. Two
consolation prizes, consisting of
record albums, will be awarded
to runner-up suggestors.
Contest rules are:
Entries should be mailed in let-
ter from to: Wolverine Club, c/o
Dean Rea, 1020 Administration
Building, Ann Arbor.
In case of identical entries, the
earliest postmark will determine
the winner.
All entries should include sug-
gested name for album, name and
address of sender.
All entries become the property
of the Wolverine Club and the
judges' decision will be final.
All entries must be postmarked
before Wednesday, Dec. 14.
THE PLAN of the Michigan al-
bum is similar to the currently
popular "I Can Hear It Now" al-
bum which presents snatches of
outstanding speeches and inci-
dents from world events in the past
decade, recorded at the actual time
of happening.
The Michigan album will in-
clude memorable moments from
this season's football games, pep
rallies, Danny Kaye show, Var-
sity Night, and J-Hop.
A similar album was made at
Northwestern University last year
and its great popularity inspired
the idea of trying it here.
Don Greenfield is in general
charge of the project. Jerry lel-
fenbein is sales manager, and Rog-
er Garfink will furnish the dia-
logues, which tie up the separate
incidents into one story.

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BICYCLE: Firestone Deluxe. Cost $53.00.
Used three weeks, sell for $35.00. May
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of l-tonsuon Pocket, Table and Combin-
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COUSINS
on State Street
ALL COLORlS Baby Parakeets and Ca-
naries. Birdsupplies and cages. 562
t5. Seventh, Ph. 5330. _ __)2B
SAVE MONEY---Gabardine pants, $4.95.
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"Sirts, 45c. All wool sweat socks,
49c. U.S. Navy-Army type oxfords,
$6.88. Open until 6:00 p.m. SAM'S
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BUSINESS SERVICES
ifRTS- Nint hour ervice (by re-
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1YFClENT, EXPERT, PROMPT Type-
writer Repair Service. Mosely's Type-
writer and Supply Company. 214 E.
Washington. Phone_5888. )5B3
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
van-Doren Clarinet Reeds
Box of 25 - $4.50
New and Used Instruments
209 E. Washington )4B
HAVE YOUR TYPEWRITER REPAIRED
by the Office Equipment Service Com-1
pany. 215 E .Liberty. )16B
WASHNG and er ironing done in my
own home. Free pick-up and delivery.
NEARLY NEW ,1i0' ---- Fur or cloth
coats. formal,,, suits, dresses. 109 F' ..
Washington, over Dietzel's. Phone
2-4669. )27B
GREETING CARDS inscribed in colors,
10c each or $1.00 per box. J. A. Early,
402 Observatory, Phone 2-8606. )8B
STUDENT-TYPING-Neat work by ex-
perienced typist. Reasonable rates,
will call for and deliver. 341. )33B
UNWANTED HAIR removed forever.
ISHORT WAVE method, guaranteed
results. Marie's Beauty Shoppe. Phone
2-6696. 5 Nickels Arcade. )12B
PHOTO-ENGRAV I NG
24-hour service at Reasonable Charges
On High Quality Engraving
Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard
Notice the S.L. Candidates'_Posters
FOR RENT
ALF OF DOUBLE ROOM - Three
blocks from campus. Student land-
lord. $6. Vacancy due to illness.
2-8365. )18F

PERSONAL
WFY GlVE HIM TIES for Christmas?
Ginic hin IsME--a gift he can reall
use. First gift only $6; second, $4.75;
subsequent, $4. Lower if one of the
recipients is a student, or if you read
'rIME or LIFE yourself. Beautiful
gift cards supplied. If he subscribes
already, give a renewal. Student Per-
iodical Agency, Phone 2-82-42 to order
PAN HEL PROOFS-Are now on display
at Purchase Radio, Church at)S.
University. ___)29P
SYLVIA STUDIO OF DANCE -- Adult
class for beginners in ballet. Over
Michigan Theater. Phone 8066. )32B
-- -LEARN TO DANCE -
Jimmy Hunt Dance Studio
209 S. State Street
Phone 8161 1P
HELP WANTED
BIG PROFITS for students who would
like to sell the Student & Christmas
rates on TIME & LIFE. Student Per-
iodical Agency, Phone 2-82-42. )3
SALESLADIES - Ready-to-wear, coats
and suits. Experienced. Dixie Shops,
224 South Main. )14H
WANTED TO RENT_
PLACE IN HOME near campus to prac-
tice cello. Ph. Mary Brice, 2-2591._)8N
DEER GUN-Call 3-4213, Mrs. Joann
Lueas between 8 a.m. - 6 pm.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-fled billfold, between 826 Tap-
pan and Bus. Ad. Mon. night. Phone
_2-0018. eward. )79L
LOST--Wallet between West Quad and
* East Med. Bldg. Brown. Contained
identification and papers. I need it
badly. Fred Thompson, 122 Wenley.
Call 2-4401. _ __ )78L
OUND _-One pair of glasses, horn-
rimied, in case in N. S. Bldg. Loser
can recover by paying for this ad.
Ph' 357.

WANTED TO BUY
NEED TWO PAIR -Ohio ;tate ticket-.
Phone 5938_after 7.p.m. )29W
FOUR ADJACENT non-.tudent tickets
for Ohio State game. Phone 5575.
)28W
TWO TICKETS to Ohio State Univer-
sity weekend. Call 2-3915. )30W
RABID FOOTBALL FANS - Possesing;
only desire to see OSU game this Sat-
urday. Want two tickets. Call col-
lect, Lincoln 3-4157 in Ferndale be-
fore 10:00 a.m. Thursday. )32W
ONE OR TWO-Non-student tickets to
Ohio State game. Call 3-1939 after 3
_p.m.)31W
WANTED--2 non-student tickets for
Ohio State game. Cull Dr. Cook, Univ.
Ext. 2344.)25
Two 'TiCKETS l1r Ohio State game.
Call Paul Graftius aftr 4 p.m. 2-6998.
____N_____-____ )_ 26W
2 NON-STUDENT tickets to O.S.U.
game. Benjamin, 541 Williams, W.Q.
2-4401.
ROOMS FOR RENT
BRING YOUR WEEKEND GUESTS to
the Pierce Transient Home except for
Ohio game. 1133 E. Ann. Phone 8144.
)1R
OPPORTUNITY for 2 men to share 4-
room apartment with 2 graduating
seniors. Kitchen facilities, linen ser-
vice, reasonable. Call 2-9318 Frey-
singer, 630 Hiscock.

*

Robert Noehren, University or-
ganist, will present the second in
a series of November organ recit-
als at 4:15 p.m. today in Hill Au-
ditorium.
The concert will open with
Franck's Choral in B Minor, fol-
lowed by three preludes of Bach,
"My Heart Is Filled with Long-
ing," "O God, Thou Faithful God"
and "Blessed Are Ye Faithful
Souls."
* * *
NOEHREN will conclude the,
program with "Prelude and Fugue
on Bach" by Lizst; Sonatina by
Sowerby and "Poems Evangeli-
ques" by Langlais.
Noehren received his musical
training at the Institute of Musi-
cal Art in New York, the Curtis
Institute in Philadelphia and the
University. Prior to coming to the
University this fall, Noehren was
associated with Davidson College,
North Carolina as organist and
instructor in the music depart-
ment.
The concert will be open to the
public without charge.
South Pacific
Judging from the box office re-
ceipts, South Pacific is Broadway's
biggest current success. Last week
the show averaged $7,000 a night
and the total for the year is ex-
pected to be about $3,000,000.

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From All The World
In answer to your
Many Requests
We Present
Friday Saturday - Sunday
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MICHIGAN
Ending Wednesday
BROADSIDE
OF ACTION,
STHRILLS,
SUSPENSE,
with JaneWya
Wayne Morns-" Walter Brennan
Color sequences by TECHNICOLOR
Also
"RAGTIME BEAR"
Color Cartoon
Thursday
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Weekend?
CALL THE STUDENT
ROOM BUREAU
2-9850 for reservations
between 12 & 1 and 6 & 7

featuring
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prepared by
ANN ARBOR'S WELL KNOWN
CHEF FOR 30 YEARS
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DINNERS DAILY
We do not raise our prices
on football days.
Hours: 7:00 A.M. to 7:30 P.M.
Closed Sundays
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HILL AUDITORIUM
ITALO,

WED. NOV. 16. ..8:30
TAJO

METROPOLITAN OPERA BASS
CHORAL UNION - TICKETS $3.00 - $2.40 - $1.80

11th ANNUAL
VARSITY NIGHT
ROBERT Q. LEWIS M.C.
Sponsored by UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BAND

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should besent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
WEDNESDAY,, NOV. 16, 1949
VOL. LX, No. 45
Notires
Users of the Daily Official Bul-
letin: Because of the inordinate
length of the D.O.B. the Editor is
obliged to warm users of the Bul-
letin that no notice concerning
any one event will be printed more
than twice, and, furthermore, that
the Editor expects to use his own
judgment in reducing unreason-
ably long notices to reasonable
length.
Frank E. Robbins
Assistant to the President
Students, College of Engineering:
The final day for REMOVAL OF
INCOMPLETES will be Saturday
noon, Nov. 19. Petitions for ex-
tension of time must be on file in
the Secretary's Office on or before
Saturday noon, Nov. 19.
Martha Graham Concert: Stu-
dents who ordered tickets for the
Martha Graham Concert in Al-
bion on Nov. 19, should pick them
up at the dance studio of Barbour
Gym at 7 p.m. tonight.
The bus will leave for Albion at
6:15 p.m., Sat., Nov. 19, from Hill
Auditorium.
Phi Chi Fraternity:
The Phi Chi Fraternity, having
been charged with holding a par-
ty at which liquor was consumed,
and Messrs. Walter A. Poznanski,

President of the chapter, and
Richard T. Hammel, Social Chair-
man, having appeared before the
Committee and having been heard,
it is apparent to the Committee
that the charge made was sub-
stantially correct. It is, therefore,
ordered that the fraternity pay a
fine of $200 (two hundred dollars)
to the cashier of the University
and that it be placed on probation
for the remainder of the current
semester.
University Sub-Committee
on Discipline
Approved Student sponsored social
events for the coming week-end:
Friday.
Alpha Epsilon Phi
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Matinees 25c - Nights 35c
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Nov. 30, Dec. 1 and 2
PATTENGILL AUDITORIUM
$1.20 and 90c
Tickets at Administration Bldg. Ticket Booth

if
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Matinee 2:30-$1.20, $1.50, $1.80
8 P.M.-$1.20, $1.80, $2.40
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Extra 5 P.M. Matinee Sunday, Nov. 13
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