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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBERS, 1950

"NOMM .4

OM, SISTER HERE TOO:
Father, Son Will Graduate Together

By CARA CHERNIAK
Many sons follow the family tra-
tion and graduate from "dear old
lad's alma mater," but few fathers
and sons have the distinction of
graduating from the same univer-
sity at the same time.
Oscar W. Agre, '51, and Oscar W.
Agre, Jr., '51, do not find it the
east unusual to be attending school
bogether and graduating at the
same time. They think it is an ex-
cellent idea, and heartily recom-

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mend it.
A daughter-and sister-Vel-
ma Agre, '54,. also joined the
ranks and began attending the
University last September.
Not to be outdone, Mrs. Oscar
Agre, Sr., is taking an extension
course in English from the Univer-
sity.
A VERY interesting past life has
brought the Agre family to Michi-
gan and the University.
"Our home is the U. S. A," said
Oscar Agre, Sr., when asked where
the family originally lived. "During
the past twenty-three years we
have lived in as many as eleven,
cities, rarely remaining in one cityi
for more than a year or so. Our
first real home has been here in
Ann Arbor.",
After serving in the army for
three years, Agre, Sr. was dis-
abled and medically discharged.
It was then necessary for him to
come to Ann Arbor for treat-;
mnents. The treatments, now less1
frequent, are taken between se-;
mesters and during the summer.
His field is social work, and he
hopes to go on for a master's de-
gree.
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AGRE, SR. has also attended a
private theological seminary in
Chicago, graduated from the Har-
vard Chaplain School, and has
worked with the Salvation Army.
In 1949 he received a letter from
President Ruthven commending
him for "the way in which your3
life has been so freely dedicatedi
to the service of others." He wasi
asked to receive an award of $500j
from the University as an expres-s

Plant Blast"
Kills Three
In .England
HARWICH, Eng.-P)--A terrific
explosion ripped an industrial ex-
plosives factory south of Harwich
yesterday, killed three workmen,
injured 25 and rocked 20 miles of
Britain's east coast.
Another workman is missing.
The explosion obliterated one
building of the explosives and
chemical products company and
wrecked two others.
Only a deep crater remained
where one of the buildings stood.
The three men killed were work-
ing in it.
The missing worker, a youth,
was believed to have been pushing
a truck on rails connecting several
of the buildings.
Survivors said a small blast was
followed by a terrific explosion and
from the crater where the missing
building stood a column of white.
smoke rose several thousand feet.
Windows were shattered at Clac-
ton, 12 miles away. Residents of
half a dozen villages nearby said
they were knocked against walls
and that houses trembled.
Some of the 200 persons at work
in the dispersed buildings of the
plant suffered shock. Most of the
injured were struck by debris.
An official of the company saic
the cause of the blast had not been
established.

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5 books & instructions, carrying case.
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every noon, )2P
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You won't have to wait for a salesman
to sign you up for a 1951 Ensian. s5.00
will buy one, today! Michiganensian,
GOOD RENTAL TYPEWRITERS now
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Guaranteed repair service on all
makes of typewriters. )6B
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Offers three great permanents: Helen
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plete with hair styling and creme
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STUDENT RATES on FORTUNE-$7.50
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LOOKING for an engagement or wed-
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Call Lee Anger at 2-3481 between 2:30-
5:00 p.m. )99
"BABY IT'S COLD OUTSIDE" - But
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STUDENTS! Do you have any sales ex-
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ROOMS FOR RENT
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student. On campus. 2-2052. )47R
% OF DOUBLE room for male student.
Near campus. 7330. ,48
TOURIST HOME for Overnight Guests.
Bath, shower, reasonable rates.G518 E.
Williams St. Phone 3-8454. )12R
ROOMS available for students' guests
football week-ends. Private home ac-
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PERSONAL
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infrequent use of your car to get to
Willow Run. Ph. Dave Weiss, 2-0683
6-6:30 or 10:30-11. )36P
PANHEL SPECIALI
Orchids $2.35 Gardenias (2) $1.60
Roses (5) $2.00 Carnations (5) $2.00 '
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE
Ph. 3-1824 between 7-11 P.M. )35P
KIDDIE KARE
Reliable sitters available. Ph. 3-1121.
)10B
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
122 E. Liberty Phone 8161 )1P
STUDENTS MAY subscribe to LIFE at
the special Student Rate of $5.00 a
year (Regularly $6.75). Through Stu-
dent Periodical Agency, phone 2-82-42.
FOR RENT
SUITE for 2 couples and 1 db. rm. for
football weekends. Call 3-8126. )22F
WANTED TO BUY
OHIO STATE GAME-4 tickets. Call
25-0024 Haugh. )27X
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED-Ride to Denver, Colorado or
vicinity Xmas vacation. Phone 2-4638
after 9 p.m. )24T
RIDE WANTED to Albany, New York,
or other points East on Wednesday
or Thursday this week. Phone 7723-
Harry Sutton. )23T
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Black Sheaffer pen November
Martha Hooper; Ph. 2-1904. )601-
LOST-Grey and silver Parker 51 pen.
Reward. Call 2-8809. Mark. )61L
LOST-Men's wallet in or outside of
State Theatre. Please call: Henry
Milczuk, 3-1013. Reward. )63L
WILL THE PERSON who inadvertently
traded navy raincoats with me in the
Union Sunday, November 5, contact
me, Box 73, The Daily. )62L

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-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
STUDENT FAMILY-University student Oscar W. Agre (left),
'51, gives some fatherly advice to son Oscar, Jr., '51, and daughter
Velma, '54. Father and son will attend commencement exercises
together this June. Not to be outdone, the mother is taking an ex-
tension course at the University.
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sion "in some slight degree of the
University's satisfaction in having
such an individual as yourself en-
rolled as a member of its student
body."
Oscar Agre, Jr., is majoring in
physical education, and is affili-
ated with Alpha Tau Omega so-
cial fraternity, and Phi Eta Kap-
pa, professional physical educa-
t i o n fra'ternity. He played
Varsity football for two years,
and was on the freshman track
team.
Velma Agre, .although a fresh-
man at the University, graduated
as a registered nurse at Saginaw
General Hospital in 1948. She is
also a Medical Technologist, and
at present is in the literary col-

lege. She hopes some day to be-
come a pediatrician.
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THE AGRES live on Koch
Street, and they room four other
students. During their spare time,
father and son built a modern
bedroom and bathroom at the back
of the house, and a recreation room
in the basement with a darkroom
for Agre, Sr. They also completely
painted the house.
Television in the front room
is very distracting, the Agres ad-
mit, but it provides an excellent
diversion from studies.
"This has been one of the most
interesting experiences I've ever
had in my life," Mrs. Agre said.
"I'm very proud of them all.

New Parking
Lot Proposed
The erection of a nine-story
parking structure.in Ann Arbor
has been proposed by Mayor Wil-:
liam k. Brown, Jr. to the City
Council.
Brown suggested that the build-
ing, which woulduse a "semi-au-
tomatic" parking system,be con-
structed on they northeast corner
of Main and William.
Designs for the building have
already been drawn up, he said.
He also stated that he had a 60-
day option to buy a lot on the
corner for $42,000.

FOUR YEARS AGO-A DREAM:
NSA Serves as Spokesman
For Nation's Student Body

Though four years ago a nation-
wide student organization was just
an idea, today the National Stu-
dent Association stands as the rep-
resentative body of 800,000 stu-,
dents and the spokesman for the
American college community.
The University is one of 325 col-
leges and universities which are
members of the NSA. Here, the
Student Legislature serves as the
link between the national organi-
zation and the student body.

DURING the school year, the
NSA is administered by officers
elected by the National Student
Congress from among its delegates.
The NSA was formedin 1946,
when 25 students, returning
from the World Student Con-
gress, conceived the idea of or-
ganizing a United States student
association. At that congress
they became aware of the fact
the United States alone was
without a representative student
group.

'U' To Finance
Quad Sewers
The Ann Arbor City Council yes-
terday accepted a University offer
to pay $19,000 for putting in water
mains and sewer lines for the new
men's South Quadrange dormi-
tory.
The University's offer included
$14,000 for construction of a 12-1
inch water main on State from.
Hill to S. University, and $5,000
for a relief sanitary sewer on Cross
and Packard.
Full cost of both projects would
be covered by the University pay-
ments.
Actually, the University-be-
cause it is a tax-exempt state in-
stitution-is not required to make
such payments for water and se-
wer facilities.
Alderman John S. Dobson term-
ed the sewer payment offer a defi-
nite concessiodn.
"It is something desirable since
present sewer lines in the area
might be overloaded if the dormi-
tory was hooked on," he said.
Bromage Booklet
To AppearFriday
Experiences of a freshman city
councilman will be translated into
print Friday with the publication
of "On the City Council" by Prof.
Arthur W. Bromage of the politi-
cal science department.
A specialist in local government,
Prof. Bromage is now serving his
first term as alderman on the lo-
cal city council.
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MILLER'S DAILY FEATURE
COMPLETE DINNER... 59c
MEAT LOAF with Tomato Sauce . . . Potato
Salad or Vegetable
Roll and Butter . . . Beverage
J. D. MILLER'S CAFETERIA
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Mealtime, or after 5:30, 3-4315. )96
HALF PRICE - Columbia L.P. attach-
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Will sell for $7.50. Phone 2-8751 after
5:00. )98
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at this low price. Open till 6 p.m.
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LIBRARY TABLE, large buffet, extra-
large davenport, all in excellent con-
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READ TIME this year at the special
reduced Student Rate. Still only
$4.75 a year (instead of $6.00). Regular
newsdealers do not carry this- rate-
it must be accepted by specially-
authorized collegeagencies. Your
representative is Student Periodical
Agency, Don Anderson, Grad, man-
ager. Address 705 First National Bldg.
To order you need only phone 2-82-42.
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ENGLISH MOTORCYCLE. Used. B.S.A.fI
125 cc. Call 2-7128 after 7 p.m. Ask
for Philip Kline. )88
MISCELLANEOUS
SPECIAL TO STUDENTS-Perm. curls,
25c each. Manicures, facials, tints,
bleaches. Hollaway Bauty Shop. Ph.
7400. ) 3M

Let's Get Aboard!
Bus Going to J. D. Miller's Cafeteria
Leaves Bus. Ad. Bldg.-12:01 P.M.
Leaves Engine Arch-12:05 P.M.
Eat Lunch at J. D. Miller's
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In Sept. 1947 a conference was
called and a constitutional Con-
vention was held at the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin. At that time
students representing over 350 col-
leges established the constitution
and mapped a program for the
newly-formed NSA.
The NSA is financed by dues as-
sessed from the member groups,
on an enrollment size basis. Uni-
versity dues, paid out of the SL
budget, are $150 per year.
National headquarters of the
NSA are located at the University
of Wisconsin in Madison.

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today's count of books
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