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SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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E CHAMPS APPEAR:
Cadets To Hear Moore
Discuss Billiard Tactics

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The puzzling path of a billiard
,ll will be discussed before a
oup of army and navy cadets
morrow at Annapolis, Md. by a
niversity professor.
Prof. A.. D. Moore of the engi-
ering college, long a student of
e mechanics of the three-cush-
ned game, will be participating
a billiard exhibition with such
tables of the ivory ball world
Willie Hoppe and Charlie Pe-
rson.
ymphony To
wive Concert

omorrow,

Chicago Orchestra
Third Oldest in U.S.
America's third oldest orchestra,
the Chicago Symphony, will per-
form at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in
Hill Auditorium as part of its 60th
season.
Founded in 1891, the Orchestra
has been directed by such men as
Frederick Stock who conducted
the group from 1905 to 1942 and
Desire Defauw who led the Or-
chestra from 1943 to 1947.
THE PRESENT conductor, Ra-
fael Kubelik, succeeded Artur
Rodzinski who directed the group
during the 1947-48 season.
The Orchestra's affairs are
guided by 60 citizens who make
up the Orchestral Association.
A committee of 300 women is
active in promoting support for
the Chicago group which comes
from over 1,500 contributions
made by sustaining members
and the sale of subscription
tickets.
This kind of promoting and
interest is not new to the Chicago
Symphony Orchestra. In 1904 con-
tributions made it possible for the
group to own its own home, Or-
chestra Hall, located on Michigan
Ave. in the heart of Chicago.
UNIQUE IN AMERICA is the
training school for orchestral
players conducted by the Chicago
Symphony-the Civic Orchestra
of Chicago. It was established in
1919 and from its ranks have
gone scores of men and women to
orchestras throughout the coun-
try.
About half of the Chicago Sym-
phony Orchestra members came
from the Civic Orchestra, Includ-
ing seven who occupy first chairs.
Tickets for tomorrow's concert
are still available at the Univer-
sity Musical Society offices in
Burton Tower. They will also be
on sale at~ the Hill Auditorium box
office one hour prior to the per-
formance.
Raps Censorship
DTER---Frank J. Star-
zel, general manager of the Asso-
ciated Press, said yesterday that
censorship is threatening the pub-
lic's right to free circulation of
news.
Strazel, en route to New York
headquarters after a visit to the
coast, said in an interview:
"The censorspip in Korea may
be necessary for military reasons
and I'm willing to go along with
it on that basis. But I don't like
It",s

THE PROGRAM will be pre-
sented at the United States Naval
Academy. Naval midshipmen will
play host to cadets from West
Point.
Besides his discourse on what
happens to the ball after it
leaves the end of a cue, Prof.
Moore will also give an analysis
of the stroke used by Hoppe. ,
Interest in the technical side of
the game began some years ago
for Prof. Moore when he studied
a series of repetitive flash pho-
tographs made of Hoppe's shots
by Life magazine photographer
Gion Mili.
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PROF. MOORE'S interest re-
sulted in the presentation of a
paper during the war entitled
"The Mechanics of Billiards and
an Analysis of Willie Hoppe's
StrQke" before the University Sci-
ence Research Club. Hoppe and
Peterson attended the meeting
and took part in the discussion.
Following the war, arrange-
ments were completed for a repeat
performance on the subject, with
Hoppe actually demonstrating tie
shots. On January 7, 1947, a new
billiard table was installed in
Rackham Amphitheatre, and trick
shots were exhibited by Peterson
and Hoppe. The event attracted
nation-wide interest.
Foy Predicts
Seaway To Aid
Steel Industry
WASHINGTON - (P)- The St.
Lawrence seaway, Congress was
told yesterday, would help the
nation's expanding steel industry
get iron ore from "every source
possible."
Norman W. Foy, general sales
manager of the Republic Steel
Corporation, said the seaway-by
making readily available open pit
ores of Labrador and Quebec-
would let the steel industry exer-
cise "great elasticity" in melting
military and peacetime needs.
Foy, testifying before the House
Public Works Committee in sup-
port of legislation to authorize the
corntroversial waterway, said out-
put of open pit ores can be quick-
ly and easily increased.
Immediately prior to and in
the early years of World War Two,
Foy said, the output from the op-
en pit mines of the Lake Superior
Mesabi region was boosted 60 per
cent, while underground mine
production rose only 18 per cent.
Shartel To Go
To Germany
Prof. Burke Shartel of the Law
School will leave for Germany
Wednesday to serve for four
months as a specialist in Ameri-
can law.
Prof. Shartel who was appoint-
ed by the State Department, will
lecture to German lawyers and
law students at several universi-
ties. His talks will deal with the
federal constitution, the Ameri-
can court system, the protection
of free speech in the United
States, the safeguards enjoyed by
a person accused of crime and
other features of American law.

UP FRONT-General Douglas
MacArthur tosses down a cham-
pagne toast from an ordinary
water tumbler during a visit to
the Wonju area of the central
Korean front.
Warm March
Weather Seen
WASHINGTON - (P) - The
weather bureau expects March to
be warmer than usual for this
time in that part of the country
east of the Rockies.
It expects colder weather than
usual in the far west.
It issued this announcement
yesterday:
"The weather bureau's 30-day
outlook for March calls for tem-1
peratures averaging warmer than
the seasonal normal east of the
continenftal divide and cooler than
normal to the west.
"Precipitation is expected to ex-
ceed normal amounts over most
of the country eccept in the
southeast. The forecast indicates
mild weather with frequent show-
ers in the east, but prevailing
cool, wet weather over far west."

Garg Girl
Quest Ends
With the Gargoyle's photo sur-
vey officially closed, the staff is
now faced with the perplexing
problem of selecting a new Garg
Girl from the bevy of 28 lovely
candidates.
Editor Bob Uchitelle, '51, says
that the staff is well satisfied with
both the quality and quantity of
pictures submitted and is consid-
ering making such a survey an
annual affair.
The Garg Girl, who will be fea-
tured in a full page spread in the
next issue of the humor magazine,
will be selected by staff members
Monday. This will allow ample
time for entries mailed yesterday
to reach the staff. "It's really
going to be a rough decision," one
concerned staff member said.
The first girl to be featured in
the Gargoyle won west coast fame
when the University of Washing-
ton humor magazine selected her
picture from those sent in by vari-
ous schools to feature in their
roundup of college beauty.
Officials iiasPraise
Phoenix Edition
A special Phoenix Project sup-
plement issue of The Daily has
aided the Michigan Memorial
Phoenix Project in collecting
nearly $30,000, drive officials have
announced.
The supplement which was
mailed to all alumni of the Uni-
versity described the activities
and progress of the Phoenix Drive.
The edition was edited by Wendy
Owen, '51.
Phoenix officials were enthusi-
astic over the more than 400 in-
dividual gifts received averaging
approximately $65.

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE-One full dress suit (tails),
practically new. Phone Ypsilanti,
2-937-M. )21
WOMAN'S GOLF SET - Matched set,
4 irons, 2 woods. Never been used.
$30.95. Ph. 2-8692. )19
CANARIES-Beautiful singers and fe-
males. Parakeets in many beautiful
colors. Bird supplies and cages. Mrs.
Ruff ins, 562 -. 7th. )2B
J. H. COUSINS
On State Street
CLOSE OUT
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DANCE FORMALS
Ask Us To Show You
A group of Formals We Are
Closing Out for $5.00 Each
Some of These Gowns
Will Need Dry Cleaning )3
U.S. Army, Navy type oxfords, leather
soles, rubber heels, well made. Sizes
6 to 12, B to F widths. Special $6.88.
Open until 6 p.m. Sam's Store, 122 E.
Washington Street.)5
BUSINESS SERVICES
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Established stamp machine route.
Will pay for itself. Ph. 2-7372 after
6:00 p.m. )13B
ATTENTION MARRIED STUDENTS
Guarantee your child's college educa-
tion! Call Lincoln Life, 2-3249. )12B
KIDDIE KARE
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AL CHASE and his ORCHESTRA
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GOOD RENTAL TYPEWRITERS now
available at Office Equipment Serv-
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anteed repair service on all makes of
typewriters. )6B
WASHING-Finished work and hand
ironing preferred. Also rough dry
and wet washing. Free pick-up and
delivery. Ph. 2-9020. )1B
PERSONAL
REGULAR MEALS for men in fraternity
house only one block from Bus. Ad.
building. Make your own schedule,
dinners $1.00, lunches 70c. 808 Tap-
pan, phone 3-8581. )20P
MEN STUDENTS-Home cooked meals,
3 meals a day or any combination of
meals. 1319 Hill St. For information
please call 2-6422. )19P
DON'T BATCH-DANCE WITH HATCH
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209 S. State Ph. 5083
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Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
122 E. Liberty - Phone 8161 )2P
PROFESSORS! Lithoprint your class
textbook, laboratory manual, or book-
lets. Call us for free estimate. Braum-
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Dark brown leather jacket in
East Quad, Feb. 24. Finder return to
119 Strauss, E.Q. Reward! )16L
LOST - Pair glasses, natural frames,
straight ear pieces. Lost Feb. 21. Own-
er desperate..Reward. Call Shirley
Forsyth, 2-3225. ) 15L
LOST-Light blue overcoat, ATO house,
Sun., Feb. 18 during rushing. Call
Bruno Boelstler, 2-5553. )124
HELP WANTED
STUDENT'S WIFE or Coed to work at
snack bar. Day hours Monday through
Friday. Phone 5464 after 1:00. ) 18H
FOR RENT
LARGE DOUBLE ROOM-Gas heat and
shower, private entrance, for men
students. Ph. 2-1646. )16F
FOUR ROOM APARTMENT for,-rent to
middle aged couple. Moderately priced.
Phone 3-0667. )15F
ALTERATIONS
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of Michigan for which the Michigan
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versity. Notices shoulI be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3 p.m. on
the day preceding publication (11 a.-
m. Saturdays).
SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1951
VOL. LXI, No. 102
Notices
The Ann Arbor Radcliffe Club is of-
fering a scholarship of $400 to a wo-
man student entering the Management
Training Program of Radcliffe College
in the fall of 1951. This is a ten-month
graduate course offering basic training
for administration, including the ad-
ministration of personnel departments.
Women students qualified for ad-
mission to the Management Training
Program and interested in the scholar-
ship may apply through the Dean of
Women's Office. Applications will close
May 1, 1951. Selection will be made
by the Ann Arbor Radclifife Club on
the basis of ability both personal and
academic, and need.
Academic Notices
Make-up final examination, English
1 and 2: Mon.. Mar. 5, 7 p.m., Room
2208, Angell Hall.
Michigan Society for Quality Control:
Mon., Mar. 5, 8 p.m., Rackham Amphi-
theater. Prof. C. C. Craig will speak on
"Separation of Product Variability from
Inspection Variability." Guests wel-
come.
Events Today
Pershing Rifles: The crack drill squad.
will meet this morning to practice for
the Military Ball.
Canterbury Club: 8 p.m., "Dead of
the Night," a play, in the new parish
hall.
Saturday Luncheon Discussion Group:
Lane Hall, 12:15 p.m. Mr. Joe Lough-
rey will discuss the Yale Study Re-
search of Alcoholism.
Hostel Club: Bowling at Twentieth
Century on West Huron at 3 p.m. Call
Margaret Thompson, 8803.
Evening Sing_ at Anneus home on
Ellsworth Road. Call Mary Rowley,
3-8687.

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SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
THE ARTS THEATRE CLUB
2091/2 East Washington
Presents
"The Respectable Prostitute"
By Jean Paul Sartre
The first of a series of six plays

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Women's Research Club: Meeting,
Mon., Mar. 5, 8 p.m., West Lecture
Room, Rackham Bldg. "Effects of
Denervation on the Motility of the
Colon and its Response to Dr'ugs; Ap-
plications in Chonic Ulcerative Colitis
Patients," by Grace Gray, Pharma-
cology.
Beta Chapter of Phi Sigma Society:
Meeting, Mon., Mar. 5, 7:15 p.m., East
Lecture Room, Rackham Bldg. Elec-
tion of officers.
At 8:15 p.m., the Photo-Art Exhibit
of Natural History Subjects will be
opened in the Rackham Art Galleries.
Dr. George M. Sutton, University Mu-
seum of Zoology, will speak on his ex-
periences in painting Mexican birds.
The public is invited to attend the
opening of the exhibit. The exhibit
will be open to the public until Mar.
15, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
Kappa Alpha Psi: Meeting, Sun.,
Mar. 4, 2 p.m., Room 2B, Union. Hous-
ing plans will be discussed.
Phi-Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Regular bus-
iness meeting, Mon., Mar. 5, 7 p.m.,
Room 305, School of Music.
Holiday Round-Up: Program of the
Summer Projects Office: Mon., Mar.
5, 7:30-10 p.m. Student travelers will
give information on their trips, work
programs, and study groups during the
past summer in foreign countries and
here in the USA. All prospective trav-
elers are urged to attend.
Graduate Outing Club: Sun., Mar. 4:
Hiking and ice skating at Ice Rink.
Meet in Outing Club room, northwest
corner of Rackham, 2:15 p.m. All
grads welcome.
U. of M. Hot Record Society: Record
program, "The Great Dixie Jizz Bands,
Spanier, Armstrong, Davison, etc., Sun.,
Mar. 4, 8 p.m. Everyone is invited.
Inter-Arts Union: Meeting, 2 p.m.,
Sun., Mar. 4, League. All those in-
terested are invited.

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