SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1953
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Epidemic Hits Campus
Local Housewives Perplexed
By Dollars Found in Bread
Would you call the police if you
found a dollar bill in a loaf of
Mrs. Robert Mazzuca of 2710
WHEN SHE returned home
from a shopping trip several days
ago, she opened a loaf of bread and
found a one dollar bill in a trans-
parent wrapper between two slices.
Surprised and a bit concerned
at finding it, she called the local
market where she had made the
purchase. Unable to get a satis-
factory explanation from the
market, she telephoned the po-
the case. After checking with the
market Bauer went to the Ann
Arbor bakery supplying the mar-
DON JONES, office manager of
the bakery, told Bauer that he
had received at least 100 calls from
housewives who wondered how the
money had got inside the loaves.
Jones explained that it was a
Jones said that a bakery in
Jackson, Michigan, had been try-
ing to supply bread to his cus-
tomers in the Ann Arbor area, and
that to keep its business and com-
pete with the other company the
bakery turned to the publicity
"The Federal Reserve's Relation
to the Current Monetary Situa-
tion" will be the topic of a talk
given by Ralph A. Young, director
of the division of research and
statistics for the Federal Reserve
System at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the
Speaking before the annual Sav-
ings and Loan Association prob-
lems clinic, Young will be the
principal speaker at the morning
University President Harlan H.
Hatcher will also address the first
Concluding the session, Prof.
Paul W .McCracken of the busi-
ness administration school will dis-
cuss "The Business Outlook for
Speech Department To Open
'RightYou Are' Wednesday
e" RYAIYTYA' tryouts will be by Prof. William Halstead of the
This unusual notice, posted in speech department, includes. Car-
the Temporary Classroom Bldg. olyn Krigbaum, '53, John Haney,
last month, served as a source of Grad., Conrad Stolzenbach, Grad.,
puzzlement to speech department Lois Banzet, Grad., Richard Ten-
students. eau, Grad., Zelda Benowitz, Grad.,
It was disclosed not long aft- Greta Shehan, '54, and Anthony
erwards that "RYAIYTYA" was Georgilas, '53.
merely an abbreviation of the With a comic satire plot the play
title of Luigi Pirandello's play illustrates the unhappiness caused
"Right You Are If You Think by foolish gossips who meddle in
You Are," to be presented at 8 the affairs of a few rather strange
p.m. Wednesday through Satur- individuals in the community.
day, in the Lydia Mendelssohn Tickets go on sale tomorrow at
Theater. the League box office. Prices for
A new English translation by reserved seats are $1.20, 90 cents,
Eric Bentley, British author and and 60 cents. Student admission
critic, is being used.. on Wednesday and Thursday
The cast of the show, directed nights is 50 cents.
SUNSHINE, ICE CREAM AND TENNIS LURED THESE COEDS OUT OF THE DORM
* * * * *n**s*B*
Spring Defeats Books in Easy Battle
With unlimited blue skies, sun-
shine, and temperatures hover-
ing conveniently in the mid-six-
ties, most students abandoned
their books yesterday in favor of
taking their first spring sunbath,
playing baseball, flying kites or
just relaxing outdoors.
Though the Arboretum remain-
ed closed to automobiles, scores of
couples wandered in side entrances
to take an afternoon's stroll, while
more ambitious students brought
along baseball gear for a few inn-
Dean Olson Talks
At Parent Institute
Dean Willard C. Olson of the
School of Education and Cyrus L.
Blanchard, instructor in otolaryn-
gology will speak at the 13th
annual Parent Institute Nursery
School being held this week at
the Michigan School for the Deaf
ings on the "flats" near the Huron campus organization study cor
River. mittee were holding an impromp
* * * baseball game by the Student Le
ICE CREAM sales were brisk, islature Bldg. while waiting f
and a few people took advantage their meeting to begin.
of light breezes to buy kites and It never did.
try to get them in the air. A quick trip to Health Servi
Eight tennis courts were open where his wound was stitched u
at Ferry Field, but the walk was put Faber back into good shar
too far for a few co-eds who Meanwhile, the weatherman pr
practiced shots on the Barbour- dicted cloudy skies for today an
Newberry lawn. tomorrow, but promised that ter
Although the golf courses won't peratures would remain at a cor
be open for a few weeks, a few fortable 50 degree level.
eager golfers perfected their
strokes on the grounds near the
stadium. Baln1 To Perforni
An isolated case or two of hop-
skotch was also reported. On Palm Smiday
SEVERAL sports accidents mar-sp
red the otherwise perfect day. Music with a spiritual signil'
Onte incieoccureday.en cance will be highlighted by ti
One incident occurred when University Symphony Band in
Mike Faber, Grad., crashed into Palm Sunday concert March 29
a protruding light fixture and
cut his chin badly while racing Hill Auditorium.
acrss he dmiistatin Bdg. Prof. William D. Revelli wi
across the Administration Bldg. direct the band in Schubert's "A
lawn to catch a long fly ball. dir the dixShbgy"A%
Faber and other members of the Maria," "The Doxology" and e
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Museum of Art, Alumni Memorial
Hall. Staff artists of the Big Ten, Mar.
4-25; Fifth Inter-Arts Festival Exhibit,
Mar. 8-29. Weekdays 9 to 5; Sunday 2
to 5. The public is invited.
Evangelical and Reformed Student
Guild. Lane Hall, 7 p.m., Discussion:
"What Hinduism Teaches."
Roger Williams Guild. 9:45 a.m., the
student Bible Class studies the books
of Ruth and Ester. 7 p.m., guest speak-
er: Mr. Edgar H. Smith, missionary-
evangelist to the Mosleme in Il Maten,
Algeria, French North Africa.
Westminster Guild. 10:30 a.m., Stu-
dent Bible Seminar in the Music Room.
Stop in the Social Hall and join in
the Church Coffee Hour, 10:15 a.m.
Guild meeting at 6:30 p.m. Raja Nasr,
student from Lebanon, will comment
upon world student work. The film "The
Story of the World's Student Christian
Federation" will be shown and there
will be election of officers. Social hour
Unitarian Student Group will hear
Rev. Redman speak on "Humanism."
Meet at Lane Hall at 7:15 p.m. for
transportation. Meeting at 7:30, Uni-
tarian Church. All students welcome.
Congregational-Disciples Guild. Dr.
John Reed will discuss with the Guild
"The Layman's Point of View" at 7
p.m. In the Mayflower Room, Congre-
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UNTIL 5 P.M.
HEY GANG ...
SEATS ARE NOW ON SALE!
4s 1ST FLOOR RESERVED SEATS CAN BE PURCHASED BEFORE
MARCH 20 AT THE ADMINISTRATION BLDG., 1-4 P.M.