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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY' OCTOBER U, 1950

PAGE SiX THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1950
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To Present Candidates

To Present Candidates
At Ann Arbor High Tonight

COPS CARRY ASPIRIN:
Football Presents 'Traffic Headache

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Local voters will have a chance
to see and hear the candidates
running for office this fall at 8
p.m. tonight, when the Ann Arbor
League of Women Voters pre-
sentsua "MeefIYour Candidate"
forum in the Ann Arbor High
School auditorium.
Candidates for county, state
legislative, and Congressional po-
sitions will be presented at the
rally. Highlight of the evening
will be talks by Prof. John P. Daw-
son and George Meader, Demo-
cratic and Republican nominees

Unpopular!

for Congress from this district.
They will speak on United States
foreign policy.
Meanwhile, election fever
mounted through the area as can-
didates stepped up their cam-
paigning approaching Nov. 7 vot-
ing day in mind.
Prof. Dawson and Meader re-
port that their speaking schedules
are averaging six or seven talks a
day throughout this, the Second
Congressional district.
They are each running for the
Congressional post vacated by Earl
A. Michener, who has served as
House member from this district
for 20 years.
Varsity Night
Talent Tryout
Call Issued
The call is out for top notch
campus talent to participate in
the twelfth annual Varsity Night
set' for Nov. 17th.
Capable variety acts of any na-
ture-from trained monkeys to re-
citors of Elizabeth Barrett Brown-
ing-are needed for the gala Hill
Auditorium show.
Appointments f o r auditions,
which will be held in Harris Hall
today through Tuesday, Oct. 31,
may be made by calling 31511, ex-
tension 2114.
Sponsored by the University
Bands, Varsity Night has been the
biggest and most popular variety
show on campus. Last year's pro-
duction, emceed by radio-comedian
Robert Q. Lewis, was sold out
through advance sales.

Adolf won the world's unpopularity
contest. But anybody can be just plain
unpopular, who lets bad breath offend.
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"Keep a fresh breath in your pocket."
Get BREATH-O-LATOR, at all good
drug counters. (A Bing Crosby Re-
search Foundation project.)

-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
FOOTBALL DUTY-Patrolman Robert Schmidt tickets a football
spectator's car parked in a restricted area. Contrary to popular
opinion, tickets are given out on football Saturdays even though
the. police force is busier than ever.
English City Planner Deplores
CrowdedMetropolitan Areas

"We are purchasing metropoli-
tan civilization at too high aE
price," Frederick James Osborn,C
famous English city planner, said
in his lecture at Rackham yester-
day afternoon.
"The crowded conditions exist-

By VERNON EMERSON
Equipped with 45 squad cars,
146 men, 400 special "no parking
signs" assorted whistles and a
large sized bottle of aspirin, the
Ann Arbor police are set to face
all problems on a football week-
end.
But the aspirin bottle is little
used, according to Capt. Rolland
Gainsley, head of the traffic bur-
eau.
"Because of growing cooperation
and sportsmanship on the part of
the spectators making the trip
to Ann Arbor, our problems are
far less than in previous years,'
Capt. Gainsley said.
TRAFFIC still heads the list as
the biggest problem the force
faces. With between 30,000 and
35,000 cars jamming into the city
each football Saturday, police are
busy keeping traffic moving, see-
ing that restricted parking areas
are kept clear and keeping drivers
from plowing into the car ahead.
It's an all day job for Ann
Arbor police.' During the busi-
est hours before and after the'
game the full force is on duty.
Even men on the night shift,
who would ordinarily be sleep-
ing, are hauled back on the cor-
ners.
In addition to regular officers,
county sheriff deputies and State
Police troopers are called in to
provide a sufficient staff.
Work on Saturday's traffic
snarl begins Friday night, with
a briefing session for troopers who
have never faced the onslaught of
autos before. At the same time
patrolmen are tacking up some
400 temporary "no parking" signs
on strategic thoroughfares.
SATURDAY 146 officers are on
their corners, highway intersec-
tions or cruising the stadium area
in scout cars. During the game
56 men are stationed in the sta-
dium on the field and at the head
of each aisle. After the game they
rush for their corners again to
direct the last of the cars out of
the city sometime around 6:30
p~m.
"All in all, we get by wonder-
fully," Capt. Gainsley said.
He hailed the cooperation of
Ann Arbor residents in keeping
their cars off the roadscduring
rush periods. "This has cut ac-
cidents down to a minimum."
Capt. Gainsley pointed out that
many drivers who have been ar-
riving early on football days to
look around the campus and do
some shopping aid in cutting down
the jam. He also noted so far this
year police have not been bothered
with drunken drivers to any great
extent.
"If the University could furnishj
parking space for about 15,000
cars it would be nice. And it
wouldn't be bad if maps of park-
ing areas be sent along with tic-
kets."
Altogether, with its maps and
organizational charts, the traffic
bureau can look at forthcoming
football weekends without much
fear.

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ing in the large cities of the Unit-t
ed States and Great Britain," he
continued, "are not only extreMely
damaging to the inhabitants' phy-
sical health but also to their men-
tal wellbeing.
Multi-storied apartment build-
ings, one way streets, or mass
movements toward suburbs will
not solve this problem.
"Some type of control over in-
creasing population is necessary.",
In his lecture, sponsored by the
College of Architecture and De-,
sign, Osborn went on to explain
how Great Britain was lessening
the congested conditions in her
large cities. Under the govern-
ment's New Town's Act and similar
legislation, plans are being made
to reduce London's population by
one and a quarter million.
City planners are trying to in-
duce the excess population to move
to smaller cities such as the fam-
ous "garden city" of Welwyn which
Osborn founded in 1920.
Shakes perian Play
To Open Season
Shakespeare's musical f a r c e,
"Midsummer Night's Dream," will
open the speech department dra-
ma season next Thursday in Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
Set to music by Mendelssohn the
play will be presented in conjunc-
tion with the School of Music and
.the women's physical education
department.
Dancers for the dream sequences
and the accompaniment of the
Little Symphony orchestra will re-
sult from this collaboration. The
Little Symphony will be directed
by Prof. Wayne Dunlop of the
music school who will also direct
the chorus.
The dancing chorus will be di-
rected by Esther E. Pease, newly
appointed dance director and as-
sociate supervisor of women's phy-
sical education at the University.
Tickets for the production are
on sale at the Lydia Mendelssohn
box-office.

MOZART REQUIEM
Vienna Hofmusikkapelle with Joseph Krips
BACH : Brandenburg Concerti No. 1 & No. 5
Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra with Munchinger
SIBELIVS: Symphony No. 2 in D major
Stockholm Konzertvereins Orchestra with Mann.
ROUSSEL: Symphony No. 4 & Suite in F
Lamoureux Orchestra with Tzipine
MOZART: Quartets No. 14 and No. 18
Calvet Quartet
SCHUMANN: Quintet in E-flat.
Rubinstein, piano and Paganini Quartet
RACHMAN I NOFF: Concerto No. 2
William Kapell, Piano_
Robin Hood Dell Orchestra with Steinberg
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