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HIIE MICH IAN DAILY

ITrESDAY,

NOVEMBER 29, 1949

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NOVEMER 2,,194

WOMAN TROUBLE:
Philandering Pirates Will
Out in Bout with Police

Galens' Craft Shop

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

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By PAUL BRENTLINGER
Two over-eager pirates tangled;
with the police in the center of the
diagonal yesterday.
The pirates were engaged in
chasing two pantaloon-clad young
ladies up and down campus side-
walks when a pair of London bob-
bies interrupted their pursuits.
SCREAMS of the -women had
Taet Sotn kbt l
For Campus
VarietyShow
Tryouts for this year's Gulantics
Review will be held at 1 p.m. Sat-
urday in Room 3G of the Union.
The Gulantics Review was origi-
na'ted last year by the Men's Glee
Club, the Union and the League to
provide the campus with a variety
show comprised wholly of local'
people.
The first, second and third
place winners of the show, which
will be held the last weekend in
February, will receive prizes of
$100, $75, and $25 respectively.
Tryouts Saturday afternoon will
be the only ones held this year. If
there are any interested parties
who cannot be at the Union at the
specified time they may send a
card to the Men's Glee Club, 1020
Administration Building, accord-
ing to Vice-President Ed Steding.
The card should contain name, ad-
dress, phone number, and the type
of act performed by the group or
individual, he added.
'Family Portrait'
To Run 4 Days
The speech department's pro-
duction of "Family Portrait" will
open its four day run at 8 p.m.
tomorrow in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
The play, written by Lenore
Coffee and William Joyce Cowen,
pictures the family of Jesus as an
everyday group of people and
shows the effect that His apparent
success has upon them..
Tickets for the play are on sale
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily at the
Lydia Mendelssohn box office.
Mail orders may be sent to Play
Production, Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
-k.
SAVE
regularly
every pay day

attracted the bobbies, besides dis-
rupting several economics classes.
In the ensuing battle between
the bobbies and the buccaneers,
virtue failed to triumph. The
police were repulsed, and wound
up reposing in a very wet snow-
bank while the pirates continued
to romp after the women.
All of this colorful activity serv-
ed to announce the production of
"Pirates of Penzance" by the Uni-
versity Gilbert and Sullivan So-
ciety, at 8 p.m. tomorrow, Thurs-
day and Friday in Pattengill Audi-
torium.
* * *
A SPECIAL performance will be
given at.8 p.m. Saturday in De-
troit's Rackham Auditorium.
Yesterday's diagonal perform-
ance was a capsule sized sneak
preview of what will happen
during the course of "Pirates."
It tells the tale of a crew of
tough-but-oh-so-gentle p i r a t e s
who fall in love with the thirty
adopted daughters of a British
major-general. Their romantic ef-
forts are interrupted by a brawl
with a flock of frightened British
policemen.
LONG A FAVORITE among
Gilbert and Sullivan fans; "Pi-
rates" offers sharp lyrics and
tuneful songs turned out by the
famous English pair at their best.
Tickets for "Pirates of Pen-
zance" are on sale daily in the
lobby of the Administration Build-
ing at 90 cents and $1.20 for the
Ann Arbor performances, and at
$1.20 and $1.80 for those in De-
troit.

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FOR RENT
BRING YOUR WEEKEND GUESTS to
the Pierce Transit Home, 1133 E. Ann.
Phone 8144. )1R
DOUBLE ROOM between State and
Main for boys at 518 S. Division. )32R

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FOR SALE
XMAS STORY of Year! "The Indissol-
uble Tear." Out Dec. 1, 35c. Campus
lBook Stores. )89
Unpainted Furniture
Complete stock of 4 drawer and 5
drawer chests, night stands and
tables, chairs, coffee tables, desks,
breakfast tables, bookcases and utility
racks. All made from smooth, bright
1umber. Save money-paint it your-
self-.
GILL LUMBER CO.
524 So. Main St. Phone 2-4555
Where the Greater Number
Get Their Lumber )88
Cousin's
on State Street
Big selection of 100%
Wool Mittens
Prices start at $1.00 _)2
FOR SALT-Set of formal tails. Size
36. For $35. Call 2-1284. __)86
GIVE A LIVE BIRD for CHRISTMAS.
Tame baby Parakeets, Canaries, and
bird supplies and cages. 562 S. Sev-
enth near W. Madison. )2B
COUSINS
on State Street
Big selection of wool knit mittens
and gloves
Prices start at $1.00_ )2
RUBBER FOOTWEAR SPECIALS - Toe
rubbers, $1.49; 4 buckle dress galosh-
es, $3.75; low zipper galoshes, $3.49;
high zipper galoshes.r$4.25. Open un-
til 6 p.m. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington.)6
PHOTOGRAPHERS -- We now have the
new FR "One Shelf Dark Room" de-
veloping kits at $7.95 and $13.55. Cal-
kins-Fletcher Drug Co. South State
at North University._)5
FORMALS - Exquisite Dresses from
fashion model's wardrobe. Milgrim,
sizes 10, 12. Worn once. $15 each. 26240.
)87
TUXEDO - SIZE 36. $15. 640 Oxford.
Call 8600._Ask for Cart. )93
FOR SALE
Solid Oak Refectory Table. Seats 10-16.
Call Ypsilanti 2020--W2 )91
WHITE FOX JACKET- size 12-like
new. $65.00. Ph. Whitmore Lake 3081.
_______________ ________) 92
LOSTAND FOUND
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA fraternity pin.
Vicinity Union. St. Mary's chapel.
Engraved Sigma 523. Cali 3-1077. Re-
ward. ) 89L
Proper ironing can mean the
difference between smart and
dowdy-looking cottons.
Light-colored cottons should be
ironed right side out; dark colors
should be ironed on the wrong side
to prevent a shine. Smooth sheer
cottons should be ironed while
quite damp. The best ironing tem-
perature for cottons is usually be-
tween 350 and 400 degrees.

BUSINESS SERVICES
PHOTO-ENGRAVING
24-hour service at Reasonable Charges
On High Quality Engraving
Michigan Daily. 420 Maynard
Notice the S.L. Candidates' Posters
SYLVIA STUDIO OF DANCE .
Ballroom - Tap - Acrobatic - Mallet
Over Michigan Theatre - Phone 8066
E)32B
NEARLY NEW SHOP. Fur and cloth
coats; formals, suits, dresses. 10912 E.
Washington, over Dietzel's. Phone
24669. )27B
WASHING ANDIOR IRONING done in
my own home. Free pick-up and de-
livery. Phone 21020. )lB
SHIPIS -Nine hour service by re-
(uest). Three day service (regular
service). Ace Laundry, 116 S. Uni-
vrsity. )21B
GREETING CARDS inscribed in colors.
I (Ic e li or 1.00 per box. T. A. Early,
402 Observatory. Phone 2-8106. )8B
EFIC NT, EXPERT, PROMPT, Type-
writer repair service. Mosely's Type-
writer and Supply Company. 214F E.
Washington. Phone 5-888. )5SB
S nYOUR TYPEWRITER REPAIRED
by the Office Equipment Service Com-
pany, 215 E. Liberty. )16B
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
Van Doren Clarinet Reeds
Box of 25 -- $4.50
New and Used Instruments
209 E. Washington )4B
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED -- Ride to Quebec, Canada or
vicinity. Christmas. Call 22218. )16T
RIDE WANTED TO NEW YORK anid
back for married student couple
Xmas holiday. Share expenses. Can
drive. Call Ypsi 3033 evenings. )17T

PERSONAL
FLOWERS-Everyone uses them. Wy
not get the best at the lowest prices?
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE-3-1824.
Special rates for group orders. )31P
COMPLETE DINNERS (6:00 p.m.) $90.
Men or womeir students. 1354 Geddes.
)35P
RUBY -
Did I leave my shoes under your
bed last night?
RUDOLPH
HANDSOME BLOND ex-football player
has nothing to do week-ends whole-
some type date desired. Phone Dutch,
34707. )32P
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
209 S. State
Phone 8161 )1P
FLY FOR $3.00 PER HOUR. Gridley Air-
port. Phone Ypsi 9272. )28P
MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS are ideal
gifts - they go on giving all year
round. Inexpensive, easy to order.
Put LIFE and TIME on your Christ-
mas list at the new low rates. Phone
2-82-42 now. Student - run Student
PeriodicalAgency. - __ )3__
HELP WANTED
BUS BOY during noon hour. Good
wages and meals. "Roundtable." 111 W.
Huron, ___)18H
SALESLADY-Experienced in ready-to-
wear. Full time. References from pre-
vious empoyer required. .pply in
person. Randall's, 306 . State. )16H
WANTED-Couple wanted for house-
work in exchange for board and
room. Call mornings or evenings.
7979. )15Hi
PART TIME soda fountain help. Alex-
ander Drug. 17H

MODEL MENAGERIE-A young sculptor is shown fashioning
pint-sized clay animals in the Galens shop located on the ninth
floor of University hospital. The masks in the background were
also made in the shop by children who have been University hos-
pital patients.
* * * *
Ill Children Receive Benefit
From Galens' Holiday Drive
1 e 10 ,

MAT. 25c

NIGHTS 35c

Funds raised by the Galens' an-
nual Christmas drive, scheduled
for Friday and Saturday of this
week, will provide year around
benefits as well as Christmas cheer

BIASED JOURNALISM:
U. S. Newspaper Monopolies
Cause Distrust Says Alleran

Sheer size, and monopolistic
tendencies of newspapers have
caused the American people to
distrust news reporting, Gene Alle-
man, secretary-manager of the
Michigan Press Association told
journalism students here yester-
day.
"President Truman and otheir
top officials have loosed blistering
attacks against the authenticity of
our dailies," Alleman stated.
* *' *
"TO REASSURE the public that
they are, getting a full and fair
report of the news as it occurs,"
Alleman said, "newsmen must sep-
arate their primary responsibility
-their customarily accurate news
reporting - from their secondary
job-interpretive comment and
editorial work."
"After all," asserted Alleman,
"the news reported on the front
page of most dailies is impartial
and fairly stated, and still de-
termines, to a large extent, pub-
lic opinion.

"A great deal or criticism also is
aimed at "sensationalism in news-
papers," Alleman stated.

Accounts insured to
$5,000. Current rate,

GENE ALLEMAN

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

for children who are University
hospital patients.
Year around benefits come in
the form of complete arts and
crafts shop for children, located
on the hospital's ninth floor.
COMPLETELY supported by
Galens funds, this shop offers a
variety of educational and diver-
sional facilities to children, along
with instruction in arts and crafts
work.
Besides furnishing a pleasant
means of passing the long hours
spent in the hospital, the shop
often teaches children skills they
can use after leaving the hospi-
tal.
Jig saws, looms, a pottery kiln
and artists' supplies enable the
children to work with wood, tex-
tiles, ceramics and various other
artistic and craft media.
One of the most popular fea-
tures of the shop is its beehive.
SOME 3,000 bees buzz merrily
around a small glass-enclosed hive
which hangs in one window of the
shop. The children are fascinated
by the antics of the honey-making
insects, according to Mrs. Mary
Ann House, teacher in the Gal-
ens' shop.
During the summer, when
honey production is highest, the
honey is taken from the hive
and served to the children in
their wards, she said.
Another favorite among the
children who frequent the shop is
Rainbow, a coal-black rabbit who
enjoys complete freedom there.
RAINBOW was given to the shop
by a child about a year aga, and
scored an immediate hit. He now
hops through the shop, carefully
inspecting the progress of each
project.
A group of tiny glazed animals
serves as an exhibit of the work
turned out by children interest-
ed in clay modeling.
The exhibit contains everything
from donkeys to sea monsters. This
week it appears in the ,window of
a local book store to publicize the
Galens' drive.
GALENS, an honorary medical
society, depends entirely upon its
annual Christmas tag days to fi-
nance the operation of this chil-
dren's shop.
This year, 30,000 Galens tags
will be sold on Friday and Satur-
day at convenient places ifi
campus and in downtown Ann
Arbor. As usual, Galens Society
members will give up going to
their classes for two days in or-
der to man the buckets for the
drive.
By doing this, expenses for the
tag day can be cut to a minimum
so that about 99% of the funds
collected can be used to brighten
the lives of the University hospital
children.
MEN WHO KNOW DEMAND
HEINE'S BLEND
THE SMOKING TOBACCO WITH AN
M.D. DEGREE!
*Mild? Definitely!

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Thurs.: INGRID BERGMAN in "UNDER CAPRICORN"
WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 30, 1949
THE SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY
will start a class in Scientific Socialism
at Ypsilanti, Michigan
What causes constant labor strife?
Why is there poverty in the midst of plenty?
Why are the peace desires of the millions of
all nations unable to prevent wars?
Is there a solution?
See Wednesday's paper for place of meeting.
SPONSORED BY THE SECTION WASHTENAW COUNTY
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Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent 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).
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1949
VOL. LX, No. 55
Notices
Freshman - Sophomore Forestry
Conference. Rm. 2039 N.S. Bldg.,
7:30 p.m., Nov. 29. Speakers: Prof.
S. A. Graham, School of Forestry
and Conservation, and Prof. W. C.

116 North Fourth Ave.
Opposite Court House
Phone 2-2549
Assets Over $12,000,000

NOW IN STOCK
MICHIGAN SONG BOOKS
$2.75
Also all-wool Michigan Blankets $10.00 and up
Ulrich's Book Store

Steere, Department of Botany.
Attendance required for Fresh-
men; Sophomores urged to attend.
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces an exam-
ination for Agriculturist. Salary
$3,727 to $10,305, depending on
the various options.
The Michigan State Civil Serv-
ice Commission announces an ex-
amination for Conservation Offi-
cer. The closing date for appli-
cations is December 14.
The Detroit Civil Service Com-
mission announces an examination
for Principal Governmental Ana-
lyst. Last day for filing applica-
tions is December 2.
Additional information may be
obtained at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg.
University Community Center,
Willow Village.
Wed., Nov. 30, 8 p.m. Style Show
at West Lodge.
Thurs., Dec. .1, 8 p.m. Wives'
Club Refreshment Committee, Cer-
amics, Choir, Water-color. ,
Fri., Dec. 2, 8 p.m. Dance Decor-
ations Committee.
Lectures
University Lecture: Dr. W.
Wayne Meinke, Radiation Labora-
(Continued on Page 4)

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