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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRMDAY, SEP WER2.it"

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Discussion Club -4d Manager
To Hold Meeting

TOIL REWARDED:
'U' Reveals Names of 158
All-A Summer Students

The Bull Ring, discussion club
for graduate students and faculty
members will hold its first meet-
ing of the semester from 9 to 12
plm. today at their usual location,
111 West Huron, according to
Harvey Gross, Grad. New mem-
bers will be welcome, he said.

Daily Classifieds
Get Quick Results

Names of one hundred and
fifty-eight students who made
"All-A" records at the close of
the Summer Session were an-
nounced yesterday.
The students with the perfect
records were enrolled in the Col-
leges of Literature, Science and
the Arts, Engineering, Pharmacy
and the Schools of Education,
Forestry, Music, Public Health
and Business Administration. A
list will be issued later by the
Law School.
The names follow:
Gerald David Abrams, Alford E-
Allen, Marjorie Jeanette McLain
Arnade, Russell A. Ash, Mary Ella

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Open Daily 1:15
TODAY at 1:30
3:30-5:30-7:35 -9:40
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PAUL SCHAIBLE
(See Story Page 1)

L f 0An Intimate Theatre
Presenting Cinema Attractions
From All Nations
Ph. 565'1
TODAY -SATURDAY - SUNDAY
* "GIGI caught the
- 4FR J F 3 xr censors in a benign
t1 CA1IAA/ and mirthful mood."
--N.Y. World
Telegram-Sun
"Strictly adult enter-
tainment."
vp ~--Daily New

Bailey, William Andre Bain, John
C. Baker, Jean Audrey Lynn Bar-
nard, Joel J. Baron, Martha
Louise Bazar, Kenneth Louis
Becker, Carl K. Beers.
Terence Raymond Bennett,
Doris Marie Bentley, Alfred
Berend, Robert Blair, Charles V.
Bliven, Donald Gilmore Blomquist,
Wilson Bond, Jr., Jose Bornn,
Vincent E. Bozzer, Gerald Robert
Bray, Donald Frederick MacKenzie
Brown, Lewis Clifford Brown.'
Denise Mary Buffington,j
Charles Howard Buswell, Marion
Lee Campbell, Ruth Reynolds
Campbell, Vernon Lee Cannell,
Patrick Grover Carney, Lyle Al-
bert Carr, Janet Elizabeth Conroy,
Robin Cooley, Mary Elizabeth
Covert, Edward LeRoy Cramer,
Ralph Theodore Dames, Constance
Beth Davies, Donna Irene Doolit-
tle.
Paul Scoville Downie, Patricia
Ann Downing, William LeRoy
Duggan, William Dykstra, Law-
rence L. Elder, Frances Jane
Engel, Harry L. Evans, Charles
John Fillmore, Grace Irene
Fink, Hal L. FitzPatrick, Lloyd
Carol France, Marketa Lily
Freund.
James L. Glidden, Louis A. God-
kin, Audrey Lou Robinson Gomon,
Robert Graham, Ann Louise
Gudith, Ralph Edwin Hamilton,
Richard E. Hanna, Dorothy Kath-
ryne Hall, John Calvin Har, John
Frances Hayes, Robert E. Hayes,
Clara Irene Jones Hiett, Cecil
Northcott Hinman, Jr.
Margaret Alice Hodges, Allan
Stuart Hubacker, Henry Albert
Huber, Thelma Jean Huisenga,
Patricia Catherine Isbell, Mae Lu-
cille Jackson, Laura Kathleen
James, Elbert W. Kaiser, Norman
Wayne Kalenda, Richard Donald
Kane, John Marvin Keeny.

MICII
BUSINESSSERVICES
TYPEWRITERS AND FOUNTAIN PENS
Sales and Service
MORRILL'S - 314 S. State St. )4B
WET WASHES, rough dry or ironing.
Finished work if preferred. Will pick
up and deliver. Ph. 2-9020. )1B
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist, at
308 S. State. Legal, Masters, Doctors
dissertations, etc. Call 2-2615 or 2-
9848. )12B
THE BEST STtDEN-S are the best
informed. TIME, the weekly news-
magazine, keeps you fully informed at
a minimum cost in reading time. The
student rate saves you money as well
as time. $4.75 instead of $6 per year.
Eight months for only $3. Phone
2-82-42 to order. Student Periodical
Agency. _)2
BUSINESS SERVICES
HOOVER sales and service. Phone Tay-
lor, 2-0298 or Goodyears 3-4171. )19B
GOOD RENTAL TYPEWRITERS now
available atOffice Equipment Service
Company, 215 E. Liberty. Guaranteed
repair service on all makes of type-
writers. ) 6B
QUALITY TYPING--Mainuscripts, theses
etc. Call 2-0795 or 2-7460. )17B
EXPERIENCED COOK for fraternity or
sorority.Have references. Phone 3-4844.
- )15B
LEAVE JUNIOR with a reliable baby
sitter while you go out - anytime.
Kiddie Kare,_3-1121. )10B
ROOM and BOARD
WANTED-Male student to work 8'
hours weekly in return for unusually
nice quarters and private bath. Other
privileges in suburban home. Should
hav Mcar but not essential. Phone
2-3844. __)11A______
FOR RENT
DOUBLE FOR RENT. $5.50 apiece. Ph.
8746 after 5:30. )13F
Daily Classifieds
Buy and Sell Through

HELP WANTED
SELL THE very popular TIME-LIFE
student rates for large commissions.
A wide-open field with easy sales.
Phone Don Anderson, 2-82-42, for de-
tails. Student Periodical Agency. )2
GIRL OR student wife to assist mother,
with It. housework and care of small
child 2 hours between 8 and 12. Ph.
3-8454. )1H
STUDENT 'WIFE or coed 't'o wovrk at
Snack Bar. Campus section. Days,
Monday -thru Friday. Phone 5464 or
6087. __ ____ _ ) 21H
YOUNG LADY for full time work at
soda fountain. Swift's Drug Store,
340 S. State St. Ph. 2-0534. )15H
RELIABLE GIRL fond of children for
child care and light ironing, Tuesday
andThursday 1-5. Ph. 2-9496. )18H
WANTED-Part-time shoe clerk. Exper-
ience preferred. Apply in person.
Shoe Department. Madbmoiselle Shop
WANTEItZ.Someoneto paint sign post
ers. Earl Riskey, Intramural Bl
________________ 20H
TYPISTS NEEDED soon Speed import-
ant, Use own typewriter, Call Don
Anderson, Student Periodical Agency,
2-82-42. )2H
GIRLS NEEDED to baby sit during foot-
ball games. Call Kiddie Kare, 3-1121.
)10B.
WANTED-Responsible person to own
and service (spare time) route of U. S.
Stamp Vending Machines. No exper-
ience needed. $450 cash Pnvestment
required. Write Romeo Eaker, General
Delivery, Ann Arbor. Please give street
and telephone number. ) 14H
FULL OR PART TIME HELP-Applyat
Howard Johnson's, Washtenaw and'
Stadium. Tel. 3-8800. H)1H
TRANSPORTATION_
RIDE OR RIDERS WANTED from Dear-
born. Call Tiffany 6-2855 or. write Box
226 Daily. , )12T
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED-One Michigan vs. Army tic-
ket. Call Jackie, 3-8506. )12X
WANTED-Two non-student tickets to
Michigan vs. Michigan State game.
Phone 3-0835 evenings. )lX

FOR SALE
MOTOR BIKE-Good condition, very
reasonable.- Phone Dick, 2-7849. )23
PORTABLE TYPEWRITER-Smith Cor-
ona, like new. Ph. 2-7369. )24
FOR SALE-Non-student season ticket
on 15 to 20 yard-line. Ph. 3-1931 after
six. _ )26
DEXTER-ANN ARBOR~ROAD -Three
bedrooms, large kitchen, living and
dining rooms. Two car garage. 4%
acres, raspberry and fruit trees. $3,500
down, terms. Ph. Dexter 4001. )19.
GIRL'S BICYCLE-Balloon tires. Price
$25.00. Ph._6762. )20
500 YEARS OF TIME for sale. Get your
share now. Read TIME this year at
the special reduced student rate of
only $4.75 a year. Phone 2-82-42 to
order--Student Periodical Agency-
Student-run. )
1949 MERCURY CONVERTIBLE-Radio,
heater, overdrive and white sides. New
top, low mileage. Will trade. Call Bill
Moll_2-3171. )18
WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE
WHZE OO IECompletely Overhauled
See at 711 Church St. )21
ALL COLOR PARAKEETS, Canaries,
Finches, Cocketiels. Bird supplies and
cages. 562 S. 7th. Ph. 5330. )2B
Your White Elephants Have
"GREEN BACKS"
_ ) 17
LATE 1949®HOUSE TRAILER. All mod-
ern. appliances, toilet and shower.
Located on nice lot near bus line.
Price, $2,000 cash. Ph. 3-8955 or ph.
2-6995. )16
ALL WAiHER jackets, $4.99; Water
repellent, zipper front, gray, tan, teal,
bark. Open 'til 6 p.m. Sam's Store,
122 E. Washington.)5
LOST AND FOUND"--
TAN WALLET withcontents of value
to owner. Reward. D. Bratton. Ph.
3-4183. ) 14L
A CONSIDERABLE SUM of money was
found in Barbour Gym during regis-
tration. If you are the sad party,
-contactDr. Bell, Ext. 391. ) 12L
LOST-K&E slde rule. Name on case
is Dudley Newton. Ph. 8257. ) 13L.

ROOMS FOR RENT
TWO ROOM SUITE for three men.
Close to campus. $6per week plus
private phone.. Phone 2-9335. )18R
SUITE TO SHARE with male student.
Twin beds. 304 E. Madison. T. )17R
LARGE attractively furnished double
room. Residential section. Male stu-
dents preferred. Ph. 2-8436. )193
DOUBLE ROOM--Male . students pre-
ferred. Use of refrigerator, Hollywood
st le beds, student landlord. Call Mr.
Wright at 6641 meal times or 6336
evenings. __)24R
ROOMS available for students' guests.
Football week-ends. Private home ac-
commodations. Phone, 2-9850, 12:30 to
1:00 or 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. )14R
WANTED-One male student to 'share
double room on campus. Call 2-2052.
ROOMS FOR OVERNIGHT GUESTS at
518 E. Williams. Ph. 3-8454. )12R
%, 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
PERSONAL
LEARN TO~DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
122 E. Liberty Phone 8161 )1P
FIVE CENTURIES OF LIFE will be sold
this semester. Will you get your
share? Sign up for a year of LIFE
at the student rate of only $5. Saves
you $1.75. Student Periodical Agency.
Phone 2-82-42 to order. .)2
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE-Backto.
serve you. Flowers for all occasions.
Special prices for group orders. "A
Student Service for Students." }13P
CLUB 211_.
TO ALL CLUB 211 MEMBERS:
Your ticket expires only when com-.
pletely punched. Need not be used on
consecutive days-good anytime. Take
advantage of this for delicious meals.
LEARN TO DANCE
Ray Hatch Dance Studio
Class or Private Lessons
209 S. State Ph. A.A. 5083 )4P

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[IGAN DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

An Interesting Collection of Rare
ANTIQUES
Everything Imported
China, glass, silver, pistols, etc. including
old seals and cameos suitable for jewelry mounting.t
R. R. PATTERSON & ASSN.
Open Daily 10 to 6 331 East Huron St.
Sunday Afternoons Ann Arbor, Mich. U
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No. Moin - Opp. Courthouse

TODAY and SATURDAY
Mat. 30C Nights & Sun. 40c

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TODAY

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CARY GRANT - JOHN GARFIELD
"Destination Tokyo"
Also
DENNIS MORGAN
"God Is My Co-Pilot"

Continuous from 1 P.M.
44c until 5 P.M.-
Shows at
1, 3, 5, 7 and 9:05 P.M.

Always
TWO
HITS!

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110 wtry cif Lily 3affes;
the girl from Kansas who
took New York by
storm and really
lived A Life Of
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CANA RAY
TURNER MILAND
TOM EWELL + LOUIS CALNERN
ANN DVORAK BARRY SULLIVAN
..,MRGARET PIrI'
JEAN HAGEM
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Donald Kennedy, James E.
King, Fred Geoffrey Knight,
Bernard Kowalski, Esther La-
den, Francis Edward LaRoche,
Harold E. Lanning, Edward E.
Laufer, Richard Frederick
Leonard, Nicholas Lesko, George
W. Leney, Marvin David Levin,
Paul David Levin, RL.
Ioger M. Lilly, Dean J. Mac-
Gregor, Jean Cutler Martin,
Charles Edward Mays, John
Lacy McKnight, Jessie Elizabeth
Moore, Wallace B. Moorman,
Geraldine Hazel Morse, Cornel
Mulder, Tracy Ellsworth Mulli-
gan, Jr., Wendell Alvin Nelson,
Donald Ray Neuhard.
Offa Swan Nichols, Stanley 01-
szewski, Jack Allen Palmquist,
Donald Daniel Palosky, Esther
Ann Paper, Jacqueline Marie
Penix, Robert Lee Perrin, Manona
Louise Pick, Wanda Lou Pitman,
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1204 South University
serving .
BREAKFASTS, LUNCHEONS and DINNERS
SANDWICHES and SALADS
... from .. .
7:00 AM. to 1:00 P.M. and 5:00 A.M. to 7 P.M.
Closed Sundays

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C-?C r:.t) GOSiC>: >r 0O<=>U
For Those Who Delight
in the Unusual ...0
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.Handmade Linens
and Lingerie Q
AN.N OWENS Tot's and Children's
Dresses and Blouses
Presents ... Haitian Woodcraft
Ties and Ceramics o
500 EAST LIBERTY, Ann Arbor . Telephone 3-8781
Hours 9:30-5:30 Tuesday Evening Until 9:30
1! e~ oc<=. ca>oms<)- t or>os

'Spiel umry0'( 1 -
DELIGHTFUL MENU

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the flower fragrances of romance
RED ROSE
and
MUGUET i

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301 E. Liberty at Fifth Ave.
Glencoc Hills Riding Stables
offers PLEASANT TRAILS
and GOOD HORSES
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specially packaged$dyr
and priced at
I' Imagine-not just one but the two time-honored
floral fragrances of romance, Red Rose and. Muguet.-
so sweetly packaged, all for such a tiny price.
Wear these famous Bouquets by Lenthdric-for sentimental
seasons. True echoes of the appealing flowers
themselves. Use Bouquet Lentheric lavishly,
lovingly. The flower-freshness lingers with an

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Washtenaw Road - Phone 2-8834

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"We don't claim good food, low prices,
instantaneous service-WE PROVE IT!"
HOURS-7:00 A.M. to 1:00 A.M.

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