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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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AMBITIOUS BUGLER:
Jentes Ends Union Career
* * * *

By GENE HARTWIG
An erstwhile painter with a yen
to be a successful lawyer and per-
haps Supreme Court Justice, Bill
Jentes, '55L, ended his year-long
career as president of the Union
yesterday.
Independent in politics and con-
servative in dress, the former
campus executive is decidedly a
progressive when it comes tq talk-
ing about the Union's future on
campus.
4' * *
AS JENTES sees it, "The Un-
ion no longer occupies the same
top position it has held during
{he 50 years of its career.
"It has become a problem of
what to do with a building
seemingly outmoded - whether
to broaden its functions by in-
troducing more facilities for the
whole student body or to main-
tain the status quo of a strictly
man's club."
Jentes looks to the construction
of a new coed activities wing
where campus groups can be
brought together to work under
one roof as a possible solution to
the problem.
At the same time, the retiring
president feels many of the uni-
que, strictly men's activities such
as the annual Union Opera, should
remain.
THE TWO biggest problems
5 facing Jentes during the past
year, he said, were the constitu-
tion revision and the sudden
mushrooming of the Union wing
development.
Regarding the proposed wing
he said the alumni are not
the ominous element opposing
change in the Union, they are
accused of being.
"They are not necessarily still
living in the era of '22 when they
graduated, but are willing to see
present day problems," he said.
* * *
CURRENTLY from Elmhurst,
Ill., Jentes has called seven cities
home during the course of his life
"Jackal Jowls" as his Michi-
gamua cohorts call him, is a
member of the Student Affairs
Committee; the disbanded Stu-
dent Legislature reorganization
committee; Phi Eta Sigma,
freshman men's honorary and
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.
He was recently elected to Phi
Beta Kappa, national scholastic
honorary.
He manages to get at least eight
or nine hours of sleep a night de-
spite his activities and the 25 to
30 hours a week spent in Union
work.
AMONG HIS eccentricities, Jen-
tes is famous for his invariable
golfer's cap on chilly days, unique
greeting cards and invitations
which he paints himself and three
pairs of shoes-all in the same
style, two brown and one black.
The active senior describes his
habits and interests as scholar-
ly. He is fond of Cyrano de Ber-
gerae and Tschaikovsky and
does most of his studying at a
typewriter with classical records
playing on the phonograph.
Learning to play the trumpet in
the musical stage of his develop-
ment, he fears that he may have
to revive his talent and apply for
3 the job of company bugler should
he have to go into the army.
Independent politically because
"I can't find certain liberal ele-
ments in either party," Jentes
muses "maybe after they cut away
the McCarrans and the McCar-
thys from both . .."
Jentes spends his summers
working as a cashier or filing
clerk or going to summer school.
He expects this summer, how-
ever, to go into the army or to

accept a commission from the
navy.
When it's all over, however, it
will be law school for the retired
Union head. And then a success-
ful career, his friends predict.
Vet Requisitions
DeadlineMay 29
Veteran requisitions for the pro-
curement of books, supplies and
equipment will be invalid after
May 29 according to the Veterans
Accounts Office.
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A ll-Country
Week Slated
Even President Eisenhower has
helped to plan Internationial
Week, May 10 through 15.
Eisenhower selected Ambassa-
dor from India, G. L. Mehta, to
speak at 8 p.m., May 13 in Rack-
ham Lecture Hall.
"The Rainbow," a pageant
planned by SL's International
Committee,. will start off the
Week's festivities at 2:30 p.m.,
May 10 in Hill Aud. An address
by President Harlan H. Hatcher
and demonstrations from most
campus foreign groups will be
featured.
Professor To Talk
On Ibsen Dram. as
Prof. Einar Haugen of the Scan-
dinavian language department of
the University of Wisconsin will
speak on "Society and the Artist in
the Dramas of Henrik Ibsen" at
4:15 p.m. today in Aud. C, Angell
Hall.
Prof. Haugen will also speak on
"The Problems of Communication
in Scandinavia" at 8 p.m. today
in the East Conference Rm., Rack-
ham Bldg.
Visiting Professor
To Speak on Asia

-Daily-Don Campbell

BILL JENTES Frank R. Scott, professor of
... progress in conservative clothes law at McGill University will lec-
ture on "Modern Burma and As-
ian Democracy" at 4:15 p.m. to-
day in Aud. B, Angell all.
Read and Use Daily Classifieds Sponsored by the economics and
political science departments, the
lecture is open to the public.
SPORT SAMPLER offers.. .
.W
THIS WEEK ONLY
Over.
dancing bowling
moonlight
g of
movies swimming
polo theatre
Metropolitan OrI Metropolitan
DET ROIT TOL EDO
Activity Value Activity Value
Ivory Polo ............2.50 Stock Car Races ....... 5.00
Movies ....... ... .. ...2.80 Roller Skating.........1.80
Edgewater Ballroom . . . 8.00 Bowling..... . .... . ....4.20
. Bowling..............4.80 Movies..............5.25
Roller Skating ..........1.95 Drive-in Movies .......2.40
Vanity Ballroom.......4.00 Centennial Terrace
Art Cinema.........1.90 Dancing............5.00
Drama Theater . . ..... . 4.80 COMPLETE Square Dancing .. .. ...3.00
Elmwood Casino LIST Toledo Beach Park
Nightclub . ... . . . . 4.00 Dancing ......... ...2.96
Plymouth Country Club. of entertain- Rainbow Garden Dancing 4.00
-G-l - --.-.-......-..-.-0-Vacation Holiday ......2.00
Masonic Temple ment valid Drama Theater ........2.50
Symphony ..........3.00
Flat Rock Auto Races 2.40 Swimming .. .... ., .. .3.20
F R A R-2throughout Ka-See's Supper Club .. .4.00
"Vacation Holiday" . . . 7.00
Basketball ,,..... .4.00 Spring, 18-Hole Golf Course . .. .2.50
Flat Rock Auto Races .. .2.40
Partridge Golf Practice. .2.00
Camus alloom.. , , ,00 Sum e, Ice H ockey . . . . . ,. .. ..3.50
Campus Ballroom .. . . ..4.00
Basketball ..... ... .. ...2.50
Jefferson Beach Fall or Winter
Swimming..........1.30 0-On-Ta-La Grotto Circus 2.00
Amusement Park of 1953 Kin-Wa-Low Night Club 4.00
Varieties ...........2.50 Amusement Park Rides . . 1.00
Drive-in Movies .......2.80 Ice Skating .,........1.50
e Hillcrest Country Club Wresti .200
Ice Cycles of 1953 . . . .2.00
Football dvetur Serie. .0 i4.00
H orebak Riing. . .. ..4.50
Horebck idngAdventure Series. .1.50

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