THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 19.51
Students, picking up their foot-
ball tickets at Barbour gymnasium
this week, are receiving a season
football program free of charge.
The programs contain the names
and numbers of all University and
opposition players for the 1951 grid
season. By obtaining a program
now, students will not have to buy
one before every game.
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THE DISTRIBUTION of the
best seats within a section will con-
tinue to be staggered throughout
the day, so those with early classes
will not be penalized. The seats
will be given to students in the
order in which they come in, and
"those who wait around" will not
be given an opportunity to pick off
the best seasts, according to Bob
All students wishing to obtain
tickets are asked to bring their
number six railroad ticket coupon
with them to the gym.
Through a system of alphabetiz-
ing, the University will check on
the number of tickets given each
student, and disciplinary action
will be taken against those who
have received more than one.
OLD GREY MARE? ,
Horse Shoe Proves
Unlucky for Professor
The old grey mare wasn't what
she could have been.
Yesterday it seemed that a Uni-
versity professor might have the
chance to prove that horses
roamed through Michigan ten
thousand years ago, long after the
last ice cap had supposedly re-
moved them fro mthis area, and
some time before the Spaniards
had reintroduced the animal to
North America. This would have
been a major find for Prof. Claude
Hibbard of the geology depart-
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PROF. HIBBARD received a
phone call from Ypsilanti where a
construction company had un-
covered several fossil bones, while
breaking ground for a new plant.
Prof. Hibbard and the University
Museum's Preparator, William
Buttner, drove to the area, which
had been excavated down to a
depth of sixteen feet.
The workmen had already re-
covered several fossil bones,
among them an almost perfect jaw
and parts of an animal's pelvis.
Prof. Hibbard recognized a tooth
shown to him as that of a horse.
Descending into the pit, Prof.
Hibbard and Buttner made their
way to the site of the excavations.
The walls of dirt around them
showed that the animal had been
uncovered at about the depth a
ten-thousand year old animal
shouldbe uncovered. It was ap-
parent that if all went well, a new
page would be added to geological
Prof. Hibbard dug away the
loose dirt and uncovered more
and more bones. A small knot of
pausing from their work to
watch scientific history in the
Discarding the shovel and dig-
ging with his hands, Prof. Hibbard
dragged several ribs from the
ground. Then he found something
which definitely dated the ani-
mal's remains. It was an old horse-
shoe-U. S. Steel, finest made'.
The Union ticket resale service
will again resell non-student foot-
ball tickets this season, beginning
with the Michigan State game Sat-
urday, according to Bill Burke, '53,
Anyone having tickets to sell
may bring them to the Union stu-
dent offices betwee 3 and 5 p.m.
any afternoon or to the Union lob-
by ticket booth from 9 a.m. to noon
Classroom lessons via the air-
waves will be brought to the little.I
red schoolhouse this fall.
Rural schools in 23 counties in
northern Michigan will hear the
radio classroom from the Univer-
sity of Michigan Broadcasting
Service through stations in the
Paul Bunyan network daily at
1:30 p.m, starting Oct. 15.
GROUP SINGING instruction
will be given on Mondays. Dra-
matizations of incidents from the
lives of great Americans will be
featured on Tuesdays and from
the lives of composers on Wed-
Children's stories from Paul
Bunyan, King Arthur, Robin
Hood and folk tales will be
given on the Thursday pro-
grams. "Healthy Living in
YoursCommunity" will be dis-
cussed on the program on Fri-
days, presented under the sup-
ervision of Claude Kistler, pub-
lic health officer for Grand
Arrangements for the programs
have been completed between
Waldo Abbot, University director
of broadcasting, Les Biederman,
president of the network and
county school superintendents in
The five stations which will
carry the radio classrooms are
WTCM, Traverse City; WATT,
Cadillac; WMBN, Petoskey;
WATC, Gaylord and WATZ, Al-
Gets New Post
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Black Shaeffer pen, initials J.I.H.
Strong sentimental value. Call Hur-
witz, Ext. 2616. )1L
BOX COLORED SLIDES Sunday, N.
Forest or Huron. Name on bottom.'
Return Mary Ballard, 5558 Stockwell.
THOROUGHBRED BOXER, Phone 9712.
SUEDE LEATHER JACKET two tone
coat type. Purchased in Uruguay.
Never worn, size 36. 336 E. Madison
or Ph. 3-1803.-
WHITE FORMAL-Size 10-11; jodphurs,
size 24-26. 2060 Stockwell. )
WE WANT TO CLEAR OUT-15 Bever-
age mugs, only $1.00 each. Burr-Pats,
1209 S. "U".)5
BABY PARAKEETS--$6 &$8 each. A
few cages. Mrs. Ruffin's, 562 S. 7th.
U. S. NAVY ARMY TYPE oxfords $6.88.
izes 6-12, A to F widths. Open till 6
p.m.Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
Attention Gals! 100% wool sweat sox,
49c pr. 6 pr. $2.80.-)3
ROOMMATES-For the price of a post-
age stamp (3c) each you can have
Time mailed to you every week. Sub-
scribe now by phoning 2-8242, Stu-
dent Periodical Agency. )7
(Faculty $4.75 a year)
Building........... (year) $5.50
Write to Student Periodical Agency,
330 Municipal Ct. Bldg., or phone
2-8242 (9-6). )7
CHRYSLER-Vintage of 1937, in fine
running condition. Ph. 2-9793 morn-
KELVINATOR-6 cu. ft. Excellent con-
dition. Call 3-4543 after 6 p.m.
MODERN 2-bedroom house, unfurn-
ished, redecorated, oil heat, and gar-
age. Adults only. $125 per month.
Call 2-2644 after 5 p.m. )F
DELIGHTFUL SUITE OF ROOMS with
1 or 2 bedrooms, kitchen privileges,
and private bath for 1. 2, or 3 men
or married couple. All modern facili-
ties. 10 minute drive from city limits.
Call 3CH7778. )2F
STUDENT WITH AC-Exchange handy-
man work in faculty home for large
quiet room, private bath and privi-
leges. Phone 2-3844 noon or evening.
ROOMS FOR RENT
CAMPUS TOURIST HOME-Rooms by
day or week. Bath, shower, television.
518 E. William St. Phone 3-8454. )2R
ROOMS FOR RENT
WANTED-Man to work for room. Call
at 1223 Hill St. after 4:30. Mrs. Flor-
ence Slade. )3R
DOUBLE ROOM for men. Twin beds,
private bath, inside entrance, 3 blocks
from campus. Call 2-0519. ) 5R
COMFORTABLE double room for men.
One block from campus. 806 Hill, or
phone 8612 for appointment. )7R
ROOMS FOR RENT-Double room, also
a room to share. Linen furnished.
Gas heated continuous hot water.
? block from campus, 417 E. Liberty.
ROOM AND BOARD
BOARDERS WANTED by Fraternity or
corner of S. University & Washtenaw.
Delicious meals for $2.00 per day.
Please phone 2-0549 and ask for Stew-
ard or House Manager. )1X
BOARD FOR WOMEN-3 meals daily.
826 Tappan. Call Mrs. Nelson, 8301.
THE STUDENT PLAYERS promotions
department has 6 openings for people
interested in theatre advertising and
publicity. Call or see James C. Brod-
head III, 1443 Washtenaw (2-0549)
immediately. ) 2P
MEN to eat at Fraternity House. Break-
fast, lunch or dinner or any combin-
ation. 1319 Cambridge. Phone 2-8312.
EVERLASTING STRAW FLOWER BOU-
QUETS-Tues., Wed. this week. Spe-
cial 49c cash and carry. Varsity Flow-
er Shop, 1122 S. U.
STUDENTS-Do you enjoy good food?
If you do, stop at 4255 Division and
get the deal. Tells Dining Room. )5P
Don't miss reading I WANT on Page 8.
FROM DEARBORN to school. Call
Logan 3-6670. )1T
COMMUTERS WANTED - Driving to
Ann Arbor daily. Call Townsend
5-4032, in Detroit. )2T
RIDE - Saline to University arriving
eight, leaving five. Saline 382-J. )3T
YOUNG MAN to work part-time -
Allenel Hotel. See Mr. Dames. )2H
PART TIME MEN WANTED-No sales
experience required although this is
a sales position with a local firm. Age,
not important. Character referencese
required. Phone 3-0548 for appoint-
BABY SITTERS NEEDED - Girls and
women, age 20-60. Experience. Call
Kiddie Kare, Ph. 3-1121. )3H
WOMAN STUDENT or student's wife-
Housework, 2-4 hrs. daily. Near cam-
pus. Ph. 3-8454. )5H
CARRIERS WANTED for Michigan
Daily-Good pay and short hours.
Ph. 2-3241, ask for Desk or Circula-
tion Dept. )6H
ELECTROLUX CORP. has openings
available for salesmen. If interested
write Charles F. Shade, 307 Brier-
WANTED-Senior or Graduate Student
for oral reading for blind student.
85c per hour. Call 2-2217. )8H
KIDDIE KARE _
RELIABLE SITTERS available. Phone
TYPEWRITERS and Fountain Pens -
Sales, rentals, and service. Morrill's,
314 S. State St. )3B
WASHING - Finished work and hand
ironing. Rough dry and wet wash-
ing. Will do ironing also. Free pick-
up and delivery. Ph. 2-9020. )5
GOOD RENTAL TYPEWRITERS now
available at Office Equipment Service
Company, 215 E. Liberty. Guaranteed
repair service on all makes of type-
WANTED TO RENT
GARAGE-South or east of campus.
Call John Laver, 304 Prescott, 2-4591.
LICENSED HOIE for boarding children
ages 4-7. 5 days. Full time. Good
school nearby. Ph. 2-58131. )1M
ARE YOU SERIOUS about your educa-.
tion? Read I WANT on page 8. )2M
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"A full and forceful film."
-Bosley Crowther, N. Y. Times
ANA picture of admirable quality."
-Archer Winsten, N. Y. Post
FRI. .-SAT. - SUN. starring Jean Gabin -
- CNEM ad IsoMirnd
rI Exclusive Eneagemen
Tickets left with the resale ser-
vice will be sold at regular prices
the morning of the game in tlhe
ticket booth. Ticket owners may
call for their money the following
WEDNESDAY THRU FRIDAY
HIS GREATEST ROLE SINCE
"LOST WEEKEND" 1
MARCH OF TIME
ATTRACTIVE large double room for
men. Has 3 large windows, twin beds
with innerspring mattresses; also 4-
room suite for 3 to 5 men. 1402 Hill
St. Call after 5:30 p.m. ) IR
Across from Jordan Hall
Noonday and Evening Lunch
or PORK CHOPS
OPEN ALL DAY TO MIDNIGHT
OPPORTUNITIES: to learn reporting skills, tech-
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