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THE MICHLGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1952

CANINE CARNIVAL?
'52 Michigras Festival
Almost Goes to Dogs

Air Crash Victims

Campus
Calendar
Events Today
WOLVERINE CLUB-An open
meeting of the Wolverine Club

Extension Class Opens T oday
The University Extension Service announced that Real Est
Appraisal II, a continuation of the program of courses leading t
certificate in Real Estate, will open today.
The class will meet at 7:30 p.m. in Rm. 146 of the BusinessP

sate
to a
Ad-

RUSHING CHAIRMAN
HAVE YOU ENOUGH
PLEDGE BUTTONS?
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY WHERE
NATIONAL REGULATIONS
PERMIT.
Invitations Monogram Matches
Place Cards
Pledge Dance Programs
L. G. BALFOUR CO.
1319 S. University Phone 3-1733

By MIKE SCHERER '
This year's Michigras Spring
Carnival almost found itself with
an extra added attraction-a full
size dog show .
For a few hectic days, Michigras
general chairman Jack Hamer,
'52, had visions of the 1952 spring
carnival sharing Yost Field House
with 500 show dogs from all parts
of the country, barking with true
pedigreed spirit.
M3urnan New
Theater Head
James Murnan, long familiar to
purchasers of tickets at the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre, was recent-
ly appointed manager of the
theatre.
As manager, Murnan will fill
the duties which Prof. Herbert
Kenyon has performed since 1934.
Prof. Kenyon is the retiring man-
ager.
A native of Ann Arbor, Murnan
has had a long connection with
the theatre. His father was asso-
ciated with the management of a
local theatre which attracted
many Broadway stage productions
and musical comedies from 1915
to 1929.
Following his father's retire-
ment, Murnan became treasurer
for the Ann Arbor Drama Festival
and has continued in that role
since.

WHEN MAKING, a routine
checkup with Assistant Athletic
Director Ernie McCoy about reser-
vations, Hamer was startled to
find that the field house had been
promised to the Huron Hills Ken-
nel Club for a dog show on April
27, Sunday of Michigras weekend.
He further discovered that
the dogs were scheduled to move
into their field house kennels at
noon Saturday, intruding right
in the midst of the two day
campus carnival.
Hamer and Michigras commit-
tee members were faced with the
problem of finding another suit-
able location or moving the carni-
val up a week, but the crisis was
ended when the Kennel Club
agreed to move their show into
the Intramural Building.
THE DECISION came after a
meeting of University athletic of-
ficials, Hamer, and Dr. H. R. Ship-
man, Ann Arbor veterinarian and
general chairman of the Kennel
Club show.
Dr. Shipman explained it was
impossible for the dog show date
to be changed, since national
publicity notices had already
been released.
Dr. Shipman yesterday said
that he was relieved to have the
situation straightened out.
He admitted that Michigras
rightly deserved the field house
and said the Kennel Club would be
perfectly satisfied with the I-M
Building as a show location.

ministration Building.-
Registration beginning today, may be made between 6:30 and
7:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday this week and next week in Rm.
164 Administration Building. The registration fee is $16.
Additional information about the program in real estate may
be obtained from Charles H, Sill, 4524 Administration Bldg.

will be held at 7:15 p.m. at the
League.
The meeting is open to all stu-
dents who are interested in a
school service organization.
TRYOUTS-The Ann Arbor
Civic Theater will hold tryouts for
Philip Barry's "Holiday" at 7:30
p.m. today, tomorrow and Thurs-
day in Rm. B36 of the Ann Arbor
High School.
The tryouts are open to students
and the general public.
L E C T U R E-Dr. William P.
Yant will, speak on " What's Im-
portant in Industrial Hygiene" at
4 p.m. in the School of Public
Health Auditorium.
Dr. Yant is the Director of Re-
search and Development at John
T. Ryan Memorial Laboratory,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Events Tomorrow

1.

Complete Stock of Books and Supplies

for

LAW

-MEDICINE -DENTISTRY

AMONG 31 DEAD-Bodies of some of the 31 victims of the third
major plane crash in Elizabeth, N.J., are lined up in blanket-
covered rows. The dead are among 62 passengers aboard the plane
which crashed through an apartment-house yesterday.
Men's Glee Club Back at 'U'
After One Week Concert Tour
The forty-five voice Men's Glee During their tour the singing
Club returned to Ann Arbor Satur- group made a radio appearance in
day after a week long concert tour Cleveland, and gave concerts at
of three states and the District of Canton, O., Clearfield, Pa., and
Columbia. Binghamton, Amityville and
Sampson Air Force Base in New
Art Loan Prints? York State. They also sang in
Washington, D.C. and suburban
Remain Available areas of Philadelphia and Pitts-
burgh.

PUBLIC HEALTH

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THE NEW
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On Sale At

Students may sign up for re-
maining Art Loan prints from 9
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Rackham
galleries.
Most of the prints by modern
artists have been already issued,
but many other selections in the
large collection are still available,
according to collectionadministra-
tors.I
The cost of rental is 50 cents
and there is a limit of one print
per person. Identification cards
must be presented at the galleries.

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