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PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5,1950

Rally, Dance
T0 Be Held
Tomorrow
Hodge-Podge Hop
To Aid Phoenix
The first pep rally of the 1950
season and a free, outdoor dance
-the Hodge Podge Hop, will com-
bine tomorrow night to give stu-
dents a unique pre-game program.
According to Jerry Helfenbein,
'52, president of the Wolverine
Club, students going to the torch-
lit rally will meet at 7:30 p.m. in
front of the Union.

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** *
THE GROUP, led from the Un-
ion by the Chicago House band
and the cheerleaders, will parade
to the campus parking area be-
tween the Natural Science and
Chemistry Buildings. Here, at 8
p.m., the crowd will hear several
prominent speakers and sing songs
and cheers.
Expecting a large turnout at
the rally, Helfenbein empha-
sized that a football team re-
ceives a lift when supported by
an enthusiastic cheering section.
"And nothing stirs a cheering
section or builds school spirit as
well as a good pep rally," he
added.

Predicts Rise
In Canadian
ollarValue
The Canadian action in remov-
ing their controls over the dollar
exchange rate is the result of sub-
stantial economic progress by that
country, according to Prof. W. F.
Stolper of the economics depart-
ment.
Removing the controls will al-
low the market value of the Ca-
nadian dollar to take a natural
course upwards, possibly till it
is on a par with the U.S. dollar,
Prof. Stolper said.
This step could not have been
taken had it not been for a rapid
increase in Canada's gold reserves
in the past couple of years, he
pointed out.
* * *
THE CANADIANS have also
substantially eliminated the im-
port restrictions which had been
placed on American goods. This
will drain some of Canada's dol-
lars away, Prof. Stolper added, but
the increase in the reserves makes
this possible.
Prof. Stolper felt that there
might be some truth in the ru-
mors of a revaluation of the
British pound. This speculation
was precipitated by the sudden
visit to Washington by Britain's
acting Treasury Chief Hugh
Gaitskell.
The United States has a tacit
commitment to provide some fin-
ancial aid for the British rearma-
ment program. A more favorable
exchange rate with the American
dollar would enable them to get
more American goods for the same
amount of British pounds, Prof.
Stolper remarked.
0 MUSIC DRAMA

BUSINESSSERVICES _
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist at
308 S. State. Legal Masters, Doctors
dissertations, etc. Call 2-9848 or 2-
4228. )12B
TYPEWRITERS AND FOUNTAIN PENS
Sales and Service
Morrill's-314 S. State St. )4B
LEAVE JUNIOR with a reliable baby
sitter while you go out - anytime.
Kiddie Kare, 3-1121. )10B
TIME & LIFE at special reduced Stu-
dent Rates. You need only be a studq-
den"tto q'uairy.a Yorichance to ge
something for that tuition you paid
last week. Phone 2-82-42 to order.
Student Periodical Agency. _ d)2
QUALITY TYPING-Manuscripts, theses
etc. Call 2-0795 or 2-7460. )17B
WASHING--Finish work and ironing.
Also rough dry and wet washing. Free
pick up and delivery. )1B
GOOD RENTAL TYPEWRITERS now
available at Office Equipment Ser-
vice Company, 215 E. Liberty.
Guaranteed repairsservice on all
makes of typewriters. )6B
SYLVIA STUDIO OF DANCE, 603 E.
Liberty, over Michigan Theater Lobby.
Call 8066 for information. ) 20B
FORRENT
2 AOOM SUITE for three. Also single.
Call 8746 after 5:30. ___ )13F
HELP WANTED
FEMALE HELP wanted. $2.00 FOR 30
MINUTES of your time for a Graduate
or Senior picture in the 1951 MICHI-
GANENSIAN. Only a few appoint-
ments open. Make yours today! Pub-
lications Building 1-5 p.m._
GIRLS NEEDED to baby sit during foot-
ball games. Call Kiddie Kare, 3-1121.
GIRLS NEEDED to baby sit duringfoot-
ball games. Call Kiddie Kare. 3-1121.
)10B
A BRIGHT, FRIENDLY engineering stu-
dent made over $5 an hour selling the
studentrates on TIME &LIFE last
year. He had no sales experience. If
you would like to do the same, call
2-82-42 right now so that you can get
busy at once. Student Periodical
Agency. )2
SALES HELP WANTED-To solicit for
advertisements. Good pay. Ron Smith,
412 Mich. Hse. West Quad. Ph. 2-4401.
_ )26'
GIRL WANTED-To live in weekends to
help with light housework and care
of children. Call 2-7104. )23H

HELP WANTED
WANTED-Student to wait table in fra-
ternity house on occasion. Call Bill
Plumb at 2-2657 between 5:30 and 7:00.
)25H
WANTED-Ambitious student with car
and some sales experience, to cover
calls by appointments. Above average
pay. For details and interview contact
Bruce McKay, 2933 W. 6th Mi. Rd.,
Detroit, or call UN 4-6700. )24H
EXPERIENCED STORE CLERK for
men's shoes and furmings. Part time.
Good pay. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington.)5
TYPISTS NEEDED soon. Speed import-
ant. Use own typewriter. Call Don
Anderson, Student Periodical Agency,
2-82-42. ) 2H
CO-ED OR student wife to assist
mother with It. housework any two
hours between 8 & 12 a.m. Ph. 3-8454.
____________)1H
TRANSPORTATION
THREE ides to and from Army game.
Can leave Wednesday, after 6 p.m.
Call B. S. Brown, 2-3241. )16T
FOR SALE
TWO COMPLETE GOLF OUTFITS -
Used, in good condition, including
some special model clubs. Reasonable.
Phone 2-4055. )37
ALL COLOR PARAKEETS, canaries,
finches, cocketiels. Bird supplies and
cages. 562 S. th, Ph. 5330. )2B
CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER-Excel-
lent condition. Gear shift. Many ex-
tras, $150. Call 2-2706 between 5 and
7 p.m. ) 36
CONN TENOR SAXOPHONE-Used one
year. Like new. Very reasonable. 314
Catherine, upstairs. )35
HEADQUARTERS FOR LEVIS - SAM'S
STORE-Levis-3.55, your best buy for
work or play. The original cowboy
dungarees. We have Levis for boys,
men and ladies-also Levi jackets.
122 E. Washington. )5
A.K.C. REGISTERED COLLIE - Sable
and white, female, 10 mo. old.rPara-
keets and canaries, 562 S. 7th street at
West Madison. )2B
MEN'S BALLOON TIRE BIKE-Call Bill
Wisner 2-7119. )34
TAILS-Tailor made. 39 long and acces-
sories. Also dark blue dress suit. Very
reasonable. Ph. 8618. ) 33
FOR SALE-1930 Chevrolet Coupe, good
condition, radio and heater. Call Don
Edge, 2-4481. )30

FOR SALE
NEW DRAWING SET and slide rule,
reasonable. A Bridgman, 1022 Forest.
)31
GET TO A PHONE now to order your
Student Rate subscription to TIME or
LIFE. Rates available for eight months
or full year. Dial 2-82-42, Student
Periodical Agency. )2
1947 MODEL REMINGTON noiseless
portable typewriter; in good condi-
tion, $50. Call 2-2602 after 5 p.m. )29
DOUBLE BREASTED brown glen plaid
suit. 38 long. In excellent condition!
Phone Jim Kneussi. 8257. )38
'49 CROSLEY, 2 door sedan. Excellent
condition. 35 MPH. Ph. 2-7521 or 2-
8015. )28
ROOMS FOR RENT
3RD FLOOR STUDIO NEAR CAMPUS-
Prefer two to four art or arch.
men students. Linens, use of dark
room. Student landlord. Ph. 2-8545,
6-7. )23R
SUITE TO SHARE with male student.
Twin beds. 304 E. Madison. T. )17
1 z DOUBLE for upper classman near
campus. Innerspring mattress, show-
ers, cooking privileges, gas heat. 415
Lawrence, shown from 603 Lawrence.
Ph. 2-3673 or Ypsilanti 794J. )11R
ATTRACTIVE STUDENT ROOMS-Cor-
ner of Hill and Washtenaw. $6.00 a
week, furnished. Call 2-6824. )28R
TOURIST HOME for Overnight Guests.
Bath, Shower. Reasonable Rates. 518
E. Williams St. Phone 3-8454.s)12R
TWO double rooms for men students.
524 Hill St. Ph. 3-8126 after 1:00. )29R
ONE meal a day for services. Male stu-
dent-room to share extra, or room
for services. 2-2052. )30R
ROOMS available for students' guests
football week-ends. Private home ac-
commodations. Phone 2-9850, 12:30 to
1:00or7:00 to8:00 pm.___ )114R
LOST AND FOUND
$5 REWARD plus cash in wallet for
return of dark brown wallet and con-
tents. Lost in Ann Arbor or vicinity.
Call Richard Hobert, 2-5553. ) 16L
GREY TOPCOAT, lost last week. Hotel
Syracuse Men's Shop label. Call
George 7248. Reward. )17L

MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSFIEDS

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Black' checkbook; name on
cover. Between Phi Delt and Acacia
House via Walnut St. David C.
Marshall, 305 Hayden, E. Quad. Re-
ward! )18L
PERSONAL
LEARN tO DANCE
Ray Hatch Dance Studio
Class or Private Lessons
209_S. State-Phone A.A. 5083 )4P
CLUB 211
TO ALL CLUB 211 MEMBERS - Your
ticket expires only when completely
punched. Need not be usedon con-
secutive days. Good any time. Take
advantage of this for delicious meals.
)2P
A 20c MAGAZINE FOR LESS THAN 1fc?
It's yours when you order TIME or
LIFE at the Student Rates.. Prone
2-82-42 to order-we'll bill you. Stu-
dent Periodical Agency. Office: 705
NationalBldg. )2
ATTENTION-Seniors and Grads: Hurry
to the Student Publications Building
to make your appointment for your
yearbook picture. Appointment time
is growing shorter each day. Call 2-3241
and make your appointment by phone
if you have not the time to come in
person. Please call between 1 & 51P
-P
MABEL-You don't need formal for
A-Hop. Just come informal. John Arb.
JOHN--Sorry, you called too late for
A-Hop. I am married._Mabel. .)17P
Tasty Home Cooked Food German Style
Prepared to Satisfy Your Appetite
and Suit Your Pocketbook'
THE LIBERTY INN RESTAURANT
112 W. Liberty Street
(%/. block off Main St.)
We Serve from 4 p.m. to 12 p.m. Week-
days and12 to 12 Saturday& Sunday.
Closed'Every Monday
Beer - Wine
Try The "Liberty"-You Won't Be
Disappointed }3P
WANTED
WANTED-OhiO State tickets. Phone
3-4187. )14X

PORTRAIT OF A PROFESSOR-The above painting of Prof.
Roy W. Cowden, done in oil by Gardner Cox, is the end result of a
spontaneous movement on the part of 150 Upiversity graduates to
show their appreciation of his long services to student writers.
* * * * *
English Professor Guides
Efforts o Aspiring Authors

The informal street dance fol-
., lowing the rally will also be held
in the parking lot, Jim Moran, '52,
Union staffman, announced. Music
will be provided by Charlie Man-
ning and his band, playing from
the Chemistry Building steps.
The Hop will be sponsored by
various campus organizations.
Booths advertising the activities
of more than 30 of these groups
will line the north and south ends
of the Mall.
Intermission entertainment for
the dance is being planned by the
Phoenix Project. Phoenix will also
handle the sale of refreshments.
In case of rain or cold weather
the dance will be held in the
League Ballroom.
Job Registrations
To Be Open Soon
Luther T. Purdom, Director of
the Bureau of Appointments, has
announced that job registration
for seniors and graduate students
except those in the school of Edu-
cation, will open about the middle
of this month.
Special registration dates for
seniors in Education will be an-
nounced later.

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Prof. Roy W. Cowden, director of
the Avery Hopwood Awards for
outstanding literary achievement,
has been guiding aspiring authors
for many years in their attempts
to hit the jack-pot in drama, fic-
tion, poetry, and essays.
Such well-known authors as
Betty Smith, "A Tree Grows in
Brooklyn," John Ciardi, "Home-
ward to America," Iola Fuller "The
Loon-Feather," and Mildred Wal-
ker "Fireweed," have been at one
time or another in his counsel.
* * *
AND THOSE writers who have
come in contact with Prof. Cow-
den still return for more advice.
Author Walker returned only last
week for Prof. Cowden's profes-
sional criticism before she passed
on her latest novel to the publish-
ers.
George Reeves, who authored
"Man from South Dakota," came
all the way from the titular state
to seek Prof. Cowden's advice on
his book.
Mary Cooley, '26, assistant to
Prof. Cowden, said of him, "I have
yet to meet a student who has

worked with him who does not
consider him infallible; there have
been several instances where his
judgment has proved more astute
than that of the publishers."
Cowden graduated from the Un-
iversity in 1908, receiving his mas-
ter's degree from Harvard a year
later. He then returned to the
University as instructor in rheto-
ric, later being appointed director
of the Hopwood Awards.
A painting of Prof. Cowden, pre-
sented to him by admirers last
spring now hangs on the wall of
the Hopwood Room in Angell Hall.
'U' Press Club
Annual Parley
OpensToday.
Michigan newspaper editors will
meet in Ann Arbor today through
Saturday for the 33rd annual
meeting of the University Press
Club of Michigan.
The meeting will open tonight
with a dinner meeting at the
Union, and will end with the
Michigan - Dartmouth game on
Saturday afternoon.
President Alexander G. Ruthven
will be the featured speaker at the
dinner tonight. Another dinner
Friday evening will feature Dwight
Young, editor and publisher of the
Dayton Journal Herald and presi-
dent of the American Society of
Newspaper Editors.
An informal party is also
planned to follow the dinner Fri-
day.
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