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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1950

ROWING RULERS' REIGN:t
Gilbert and Sullivan's 'Gondoliers' To Open Tonight

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NT LOST AND FOUND

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By WENDY OWEN
*Twin boatmen will take control
of Venice's watery domain when
the Gilbert and Sullivan Society
presents "Gondoliers" at 8 p.m.
today, tomorrow and Saturday in
Pattengill Auditorium, Ann Arbor
High School.
The twins are heirs to the
Venetian dukedom and also the
best gondoliers on the canals. In
typical Gilbert and Sullivan style,
they aren't aware of their heri-
tage, nor is anyone else.
* * *
THE TWO gondoliers, who are
taken from their singing trade
and forced to be rulers, aren't
particularly pleased with their
new stations. They are forced to
abandon their true loves, twin Ve-
netian beauties, and adopt the
serious demeanor befitting rulers.
Burdened down by affairs of
state, they= work out a compro-
mise so that each one rules on-
ly for half of each day. By this
solution, they have enough free
time to continue wooing their
ladies.
The wooing proves effective
enough to unite the couples by
the end of the second act, and the
gondoliers can return to their
poling.
IN 'TONIGHT'S expose of gon-
doliering techniques and pastimes,
James Fudge, Grad., and Clar-
ence (Dude) Stephenson, '51SM,
will play the ruler boatmen. Fudge
transferred to Michigan from
Westminister College where he
was active in musical organiza-
tions. Stephenson has been seen
in such opera workshop produc-
tions as "La Boheme" and "Cosi
Fan Tutti." Last year he took the
role of the scared sergeant of
the police in "Pirates of Pen-
zance."
Rose Marie Jun, Grad, and
Vivien Milan, '51SM, will be
the two loving ladies whose
hearts are taken by the gallant

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BUSINESS SERVICES
KIDDIE KARE
Reliable sitters available. Ph. 3-1121.
)10B
GOOD RENTAL TYPEWRITERS now
available at Office Equipment Ser-
vice Company, 215 E. Liberty. Guar-
anteed repair service on all makes of
typewriters. )6B
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S. State. Legal, Master, Doctors dis-
sertations, etc. 2-9844 or 2-4228. )12B
TYPING - Accurate worx, reasonable
rates. Phone 3-4040. )3B
WASHING - Finished work and hand
ironing if preferred. Also rough dry
and wet washing. Free pick-up and
delivery. Ph. 2-9020. )1B
TYPEWRITERS AND FOUNTAIN PENS
Sales, Rentals, and Service
Morrill's - 314 S. State St. )4B
Fo4 SALE
BROWN HERRINGBONE, soft wool
sportcoat, size 37. Brand new for
$12.00. Call 3-4487 after 7 p.m. )133
MEN'S RALEIGH sports bike, with
lights, generator, horn and other ac-
cessories. Used 4 months. Call 3-1225
after 8:00 p.m. )132
NOW-NOT LATER
Eventually, you'll want to buy an
Ensian. Why not buy now?
1. Ensian costs $5.00. It will be more
later.
2. The price won't affect your expens-
es as much now as it will after the
holidays.
3. There is no better way to remember
the past college year.
Those are the reasons which should
make you, as a student, buy Michi-
ganensian today?
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
Genuine horsehide A-2 Jacket $19.95;
Muton color gabardine ,jackets, sur-
coat style $14.95; men's rayon robes
$6.88; men's Beacon flannel robes $6.88;
gabardine pants 40% wool, 60% rayon
$7.15. Open till 6 p.m. Sam's Store,
122 E. Washington. )5
DIAMOND engagement and wedding.
rings. Large discount. Lee Anger,
wholesale representative, Ph. 2-3481
2:00-5:00. )121

FOR SALE
LADIES cloth coat, very dressy, lynx
fur collar, teel blue. $45. Ph. 2-9774.
)130
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
Men's rayon robes $6.88. Men's Bea-
con flannel robes $7.50. Men's 100%
wool slipper-sox with leather soles
$2.69. Men's gabardine sport shirts
$2.99. Open till 6 p.m. Sam's store,
122 E. Washington. )5
CANARIES, parakeets, finches, and cock-
atiel. Bird supplies and cages. 562 S.
Seventh at West Madison. )2B
- COUSINS -
on State Street
Heavy Ski Sweaters-assorted
designs - $5.95 up. )3
Crosley Station, '48
Radio and heater. Good tires and
engine. $250.00. Private owner. Call
3-4707 after 6 p.m. )127
1937 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. Just overhauled
$135. Ph. 5603 evenings. )131
CHRISTMAS Gift Rates on TIME and
LIFE now available. Phone Student
Periodical Agency 2-8242 to order. )2
FOR RENT
2 ROOM furnished apartment. Share
bath. 9518 North Main, Whitmore
Lake 3951. 67R
ROOMS FOR RENT
2 ROOM FURNISHED apartment, 906
Greenwood. Call Wright 6336. Male
students preferred. )69R
OF DOUBLE for male, one block
southeast of campus. 7330. )68R
ROOM for male student, 917 E. Huron.
) 65R
ROOMS FOR MEN-Single and double.
Two blocks from Ad. Bldg. Call 2-8787
after 5:30. )63R
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

ROOMS FOR RE
MALE STUDENT wanted toa
room apartment. Call evenin

share two
ngs 2-6348.
)61R

TOURIST HOME for Overnight Guests.
Bath, shower, reasonable rates, 518 E
Williams St. Phone 3-8454. )12R
PERSONAL
A.Y.K. and S.N.R.; plagerism is ground
for law suit. Manager. )49P
It really is silly
Little to gain
Eager to tease
And still show distain
Now you'll be asked
And have to explain. )48P
VULCANS
STUDENT SPECIAL
TICKET SALE STOPS
NEXT TUESDAY
HURRY UP )46P
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Available for parties, dances, etc.
Ph. 2-8315. )2P

LOST-Small gold signet ring "L". Lost
Dec. 8. Call Louis 2-3059. )10L
LOST-Ladies gold wrist watch. Rensie
Alpina, also fine arts 'notebook. Call
Barbara Cohn 2-2591. )12L
LOST-Rhinestone earring in League
Sat., Dec. 9. Phone 5603 evenings. )11L
LOST-Heavy horn-rimmed glasses in
brown leather case. P. Mackenzie.
Ph. 8468. )8L
TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS to California, New York; Bos-
ton: Before leaving, have you bought
your 1951 Ensian? By buying today
you can travel home with a care-free
mind. It only costs $5.00, so why not
buy?
WANTED-Riders to L.A. leaving Dec.
22nd for cities on the Southern route.
'Ph. 2-2283, 7-9. )60T
CLEARWATER, FLA.-Round trip for 2
leave Dec. 22, return Jan. 1. Help
drive and share expense. Phone 7567
Chevy. )59T
GOING TO ATLANTA, Georgia Dec. 22.
Can take two riders. CallDean 3-1850,
Ann Arbor, evenings. )57T
WANTED-Riders from N.Y.C. to Chi-
cago Dec. 27 to catch Rose Bowl
Special. Call Ed Gibbon 2-3046. )56T
RIDERS WANTED-Driving one way to
Miami, Fla. Call Frank 3-0635. )58T

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LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
122 E. Liberty Phone 8161

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GALLIVANTING GONDOLIERS-James Fudge, Grad. (left) and Clarence (Dude) Stephenson,
Grad., twin rulers of Venice, precariously balance their fiancees, Vivien Milan, '51SM, and Rose
Marie Jun, Grad. The foursome will be seen in tonight's opening performance of the Gilbert and
Sullivan Society's "Gondoliers," which portrays the problems that two ex-boatmen must tackle when

MICHIGAN NIGHT at Frank Dailey's
Meadowbrook. Ralph Flanagan and
his orchestra. Call Ed Gibbon. 2-3046
for reservations and information. )40P
WESTERNERS
Travel the Wolverine Club Rose Bowl
Special back to school Jan. 5 from
L. A., Salt Lake City, Omaha, and
intermediate points. Further infor-
mation and tickets at Adm. Bldg.,
8-4:30 daily. )39P
COMING HOLIDAY PARTIES
It costs so little to learn to have fun at'
RAY HATCH DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State Ph. 5083 )4P
WILL GIVE piano lessons. School of
Music senior. Phone 2-8242. )2

they attempt to rule the Venetian kingdom.

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gondoliers. Miss Jun nas been
a radio vocalist for the past
four years, and Miss Milan has
taken principal parts in So-
ciety productions for the past
three years. She also appeared
in a road company tour of "An-
nie Get Your Gun."
Filling out the large principal
cast will be James Ensign, '52,
who has been seen in two Union
Operas; Richard Webber, '52E,j

Depleted Faculty Running
School of Natural Resources

The School of Natural Resources
is proving that it can function
with only half a faculty-for a
week.
With eight of its faculty mem-
bers attending conferences at
Washington, D. C., and Columbus,
Ohio, the School reports that
U' Air ROTC
To Start New
Honor Chapter
The Air Force unit of the Uni-
versity ROTC will be presented a
charter giving the unit member-
ship in the national "Hap" Ar-
nold Honorary Society at 7:30
p.m. today in North Hall.
Named after the late General
H. H. Arnold, who headed the U.S.
Air Force in the last war, the so-
ciety has chapters in 67 leading
universities in the country. It is
'under Air Force sponsorship.
The local organization is to be
called the "Harry C. Carver Chap-
ter" in honor of Prof. Harry C.
Carver of the mathematics de-
partment, who is presently serv-
ing as a training consultant to the
Air Force.
\The chapter will be formed by
25 Michigan Air Force cadets who
stand in the upper half of both
tlieir regular college courses and
the Air Force ROTC training pro-
gram.
Colonel William L. Todd, head
of the University Air Force ROTC,
will present the charter to Capt.
Eugene C. Maxam, faculty advisor
to the chapter.

classes are proceeding smoothly.
In fact, Prof. John Carow went
so far as to say that he "didn't
notice any difference."
* * *
MOST OF THE absent faculty
members, including Dean Samuel
T. Dana, are attending the So-
ciety of American Foresters gold-
en anniversary meeting in Wash-
ington this week while the re-
maining- few afe participating in
the Midwestern Wildlife Confer-
ence at Columbus.
Meanwhile, Natural Resources'
student body is carrying on as
usual under a skeleton staff of
professors aided by student-as-
sistants.
Bolts have been few, with the
majority of the absent professors
assigning research projects and
recruiting visiting lecturers for the
week.
*. * *
BUT A number of students grip-
ed about the bluebooks-most pro-
fessors had scheduled them khis
week-claiming that they were
having them in almost every
course.
Replying to this complaint
Prof. Leigh J. Young, acting
Dean, said, "It may seem hard
to the boys but it is time for
most of these examinations any-
way."
Despite the occasional gripes,
students seemed to be taking the
situation in stride. Attendance was
normal in all classes except for
a few graduate students who are
also attending the conferences.
As one Natural Resources student
said, "It would seem to indicate
that if a school has the right kind
of students, professors aren't nec-
essary-for a week."

past president of the Society and
chorus member for two years; Da-
vid Murray, Jr., '53SM; Russell
Christopher, '52SM; Gloria Gonan,
Grad. and Patricia Ternes, '53SM.
James Ueberhorst, '52L, is dra-
matic director for the production,
while Bill Boyer, Grad., is music
director.
Tickets for the performances
will be on sale from 9 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. in the Administration Bldg.
and from 7 to 8 p.m. at Patten-
gill Auditorium. Tickets for to-
night's show are being sold at the
special student rates -of 60 and
90 cents. Weekend prices are 90
cents and $1.20.
Tickets for the Detroit per-
formance, to be given at 8 p.m.
Monday in Detroit's Rackham
Auditorium, are also on sale in
the Administration Bldg.
Uioraleof 'U'
Students Will,
Be Discussed
Student morale will be the topic
of an all-campus discussion meet-
ing which will take place at 7:30
p.m. today in Lane Hall.
Arranged by the Board of Re-
ligious Counselors of the Univer-
sity, the meeting is aimed at pro-
viding a foundation for hope in
the face of the current interna-
tional crisis. Recent evidences of
increasing student tension prompt-
ed the Board to call the meeting.
Religious leaders of several rep-
resentative campus church groups
will speak for five minutes each,
presenting their solution to the
morale problem in terms of reli-
gious teachings.
Following the speeches, the dis-
cussion will be opened to audience
participation. Prof. Howard Mc-
Clusky of the education school will
be the moderator.
Apel To Speak
On Musicology
Prof. Willi Apel of Indiana Uni-
versity will present the second in
a series of lectures on Musicology
at 4:15 p.m. today in Rackham
Amphitheater.
Author of numerous articles and
texts on musicology, Prof. Apel
will speak on "The Organ Chorale
Prelude Before Bach."

War Scare
Causes, job
Indifference
A check of the two major place-
ment bureaus on campus reveals
that student interest in obtaining
post-graduation employment is de-
clining.
"Indifference is growing," ac-
cording to Prof. Charles L. Jami-
son, director of the business ad-
ministration school's placement
office. "The boys all feel that they
will be in the Army and they don't
seem to care about employment,"
he said.
s s "
"THIS SITUATION exists not
only on the Michigan campus,"
Prof. Jamison said, "but reports to
my office indicate that the atti-
tude is the same at other colleges."
Mildred P. Webber, assistant
to the director of the Bureau of
Appointments, said that some in-
terviewers have been discourag-
ed.at the small number of stu-
dents they have seen, but she
attributed this in part to the
small February graduating class.
She emphasized that despite the
draft, an interview with a large
organization now could pay divi-
dends when the soldier regains his
civilian status and begins job-
hunting.
MISS WEBBER recalled that af-
ter the Second World War, most
veterans who had jobs before go-
ing into the service had little trou-
ble regaining them. Those who
failed to get jobs between gradu-
ation and induction had a harder
time, she said.
The vast majority of the larg-
er companies are anxious to in-
terview students for jobs, accord-
ing to Prof. Jamison. "They
want to put qualified men on the
payroll, if only for a few 'weeks,"
he said, "and the job still holds
when they get out of the ser-
vice."
He added that "it will be a big
help to the boy's morale if he
knows he has a job waiting for
him upon discharge from the ser-
vice."
TYPEWRITERS

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FOR HIS CHRISTMAS-Esquire laung-
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LEAVING Dec. 21 in 1950 studebaker
for San Francisco via 66. Share ex-
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or Miami. Less than air coach fare.
Phone after 5:30, 2-8265, 25-9083. )55T
WANTED-Riders to Los Angeles, on"
southern route, share driving, leaving
Dec. 26th. Ph. 2-0227. )51T
WOLVERINE CLUB
ROSE BOWL SPECIAL
Leave Dec. 28, return in time for
school. Complete club car and dining
car service, leg rest coaches, low cost
pullman, many optional features.
Tickets and information at Adm.
Bldg., 8-4:30. )38T
WANTED TO RENT
STUDENT COUPLE want room with
kitchen privileges to be occupied
Feb. 1. Oall'Stan 6284. )14W
WANTED TO BUY
ONE TICKET for Rose Bowl game. Call
3-4187 after 6 p.m. )36X
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED-Job during Christmas vaca-
tion. 2-4401. Lwrence Riley, 206
Winchell. )5M
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