SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 195'
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Beauty Shop Serves Patients
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By JOYCE FICKIES
The woman's traditional stand-
by and morale booster, the beauty
parlor, has been given a new twist
at the University Hospital.
Rather than making trips them-
selves to have faces or hair beauti-
fied, women confined to beds in
the huge institution can have the
shop come to them.
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THE SHOP, which has been in
the Hospital for three years, is op-
erated by Hazel Plumpton. Locat-
ed in a sunny fifth floor room, it is
equipped for anything from hair-
cuts and manicures to perma-
nents and bleaches. By means of
a portable unit the operator can
travel around to patients unable
to get out of bed.
Biggest difference between
Mrs. Plumpton's work and that
of any gther beautician is that
she has had to learn to work
on patients lying flat instead of
sitting in a chair.
With her roving unit she
serves patients in the Maternity
Hospital, Simpson Memorial In-
stitute and the Neuropsychiatric
Institute, in addition to the hos-
pital proper. She has a special
unit in the tuberculosis section
where she works in a mask and
,Mrs. Plumpton has sometimes
worked on persons in coma or who
must lie perfectly still because of
the gravity of their illness.
BESIDES improving' a patient's
appearance, the work provides a
"tremendous psychological lift,"
the beatician said.
Kurath To Speak
At Michigan State
Prof. Hans Kurath of the Eng-
lish department will speak at the
Michigan Linguistic Society's win-
ter meeting at 1:30 p.m. today on
the campus of Michigan State Col-
lege in East Lansing.
Prof. Kurath, editor of the Mid-
dle English Dictionary, will speak
on "Recent Research in Linguistic
A STRETCHER PATIENT GETS HER HAIR WASHED
Recount To Begin Wednesday;
AA.ManTo Head Committee
With a recount in local returns
of the Nov. 4 gubernatorial elec-
tion scheduled to -begin at 9:30
a.m. Wednesday, election officials
in Lansing yesterday appointed
five Washtenaw County attorneys
to supervise the ballot recheck
- Appointments of the attorneys
to act as special assistants to the
state attorney-general leave only
the local recount workers and par-
ty challengers to be named.
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CHAIRMAN OF the group nam-
ed in yesterday's announcement is
Ann Arbor Attorney Hugh E. Wil-
of ., im
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son. Others included two Ypsi-
lanti lawyers, Eugene B. Calder,
Jr. and Edward S. Tripp. Arthur
C. Lehman and Richard P. Whit-
ker were the others named from
Meanwhile, County Clerk Lu-
ella M. Smith mnade it known that
plans for the recount are moving
along rapidly and that two meet-
ings of election officials will be
held before the checking starts.
Information received from Lan-
sing indicated that the recount in
Washtenaw County is being held
at the request of -the apparently
defeated candidate for governor,
Fred M. Alger, Jr.
Advanced opera classes in thej
School of Music, directed by Prof.
Joseph Blatt, will present scenes
from four well-known operas at
8:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 12 in An-
gell Hall Auditorium.
Scenes from "Rigoletto," by
Verdi; "Fidelio," by Beethoven;
"Carmen," by Bizet; and "Pagliac-
ci," by Leoncavallo, will be per-
formed on the bare stage without
benefit of scenery or costumes
and just piano accompaniment.
Hanlion Will Give
Public Health Talk
"The Misery of Man and What
To Do About It" will be the sub-
ject of the Delta Omega lecture
to be given 4 p.m. Monday in the
School of Public Health auditor-
Dr. John J. Hanlon, associate
director of the Health and San-
itation Staff, will be the speaker.
The Student Legislature Cinema
Guild's film which includes a four-
part dance festival and W.C. Fields
film "The Bank Dick" continues
today at 5:30, 7 and 9 p.m. and at
8 p.m. tomorrow in the Architec-
"The Moor's Pavanne" starring
Jose Limon will be the first film in
the dance festival. Photographed
in color against a black back-
ground, it is considered perhaps
the most important modern dance
film yet produced.
The second film "Desperate
Heart" depicts the bitter memory
of love, and the loneliness and in-
complete desires of a truly des-
"Fable of the Peacock," the
third presentation, presents Lak-
shimi Wana Singh in an Oriental
fanciful and graceful dance story
of the jungle.
The dance program concludes
with 'Russian Ballet and Folk
THE SECOND feature "The
Bank Dick" starring W. C. Fields
and an excellent cast of comics
has been rated as one of his fun-
niest films. The story is of an ind-
igent gentleman (Fields) who ac-
cidentally captures a hold-up man
and gets a job as a bank guard in
Admission is 50 cents.
The Michigan Camping Associ-
ation will hold its annual fall
meeting from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
today in the Michigan Union.
Sidney Rosen, of the Research
Center for Group Dynamics, will
be the key speaker. His topic is
entitled "The Camp Family and
The meeting is open to the pub-
lic. There will be no registration
fee for students.
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Volunteer Naval Research Reserve
Unit 9-3. Meeting at 7:30 p.m., Mon.,
Dec. 8, 2082 Natural Science Building.
Professor George Kish, of the Depart-
ment of Geography, will speak on "Eva-
uations of New Problems in Italy."
Dr. James R. Squires of the Depart-
ment of English will read selections
from his poetry on Tues., Dec. 9, at
4:15 in the KelloggnAuditorium. Every-
Hillel Foundation. Sunday Supper
Club 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., to be followed by
an evening of dancing and entertain-
Hillel Foundation. Graduate social
get-together. Dancing, refreshments,
games, Sun., Dec. 7, 8 p.m. Come ear-
lier for corned-beef supper. All grad
Young Democrats, Executive Board
and Coordinating Committee, will
meet on Mon., Dec. 8. at 7 p.m. in the
League. Tom Payne, President of Mich-
igan Young Democrats, and George
McCready, State Central Committee
man, will be there.
Young Democrats will meet on Mon.,
Dec. 8, at 8 p.m. in Room 3-B of the
Union. There will be committee re-
ports and discussion of the ciub's fu-
ture activities. All those interested are
invited to attend.
Graduate Outing Club meets 2 p.m.
Sunday at the rear entrance of the
Rackham Building for hiking and ice
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Bank Dick 5:45, 7:50, 10:00 ONCE ONLY
Dance Film Festival 7:00, 9:00 AT 8:30
Jose Limon - Valerie Bettis - Ulanova in
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"Moor's Pavonne" (color) - "Desperate Heart"
"Swan Lake" - "Fable of the Peacock" (color)
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