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THlE IITCTTGAN DAT T

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1954

MOTHER'S DAY FOR DAD:
Strange 'Fingerprints' Greet Occasions

"Christmaswcards for all occa-
sions."
That's the motto of "Finger-
prints," a student-owned greet-
ing card company which has re-
appeared on campus after a brief
bankruptcy.
* * *
"IT'S A SORT of get-rich-slow
scheme," explained Janet Winn-
Malcolm, '55, vice-president of the
firm. "Our cards are designed for
the people who don't ordinarily
send cards to send to the people
who don't ordinarily receive them."
"For instance, we are planning
a card for Mother's Day which
reads 'Happy Mother's Day-Dad.'
Most firms shamefully ignore fa-
,thers on Mother's Day. We claim
the distinction of being the only
firm in existence to remember this
forgotten man at his darkest
hour."
The new selection of cards,
which goes on sale today at a lo-
cal bookstore, is slightly more sub-
dued. The offerings range from
thank-you cards guaranteed to
outrage the recipient to birthday
cards guaranteed to outrage the
recipient.
Any similiarity between these
cards and Gargoyle magazine is
not entirely coincidental. The per-
sonnel of the firm is made up en-
tirely of Gargoyle and ex-Gargoyle
staff members.
"It's just our way of trying to
rehabilitate ourselves," President
Donald Malcolm, '54, explained.
The art for the cards is done by
Stuart Ross and L. H. Scott. "We
like art," the two declared, "it's
pretty."
Speaking of the firm's general
policy, President Malcolm stated,
"We favor the small businessman.
I'm only four and a half inches
tall, myself."

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GET-RICH-SLOW CARDS FEATUIRE VARIED SUBJECTS

SL A genda
Student Legislature will dis-
cuss the following motions and
reports when it meets at 7:30
p.m. today in the Strauss-An-
derson house dining room of
East Quadrangle:
SAC report
Special May elections on aca-
demic calendar
Attendance report
SL elections report
J-Hop election report
Order of Cabinet elections
Academic freedom sub-com-
mission
Instanbul conference
Heidelberg University report
Honoring a faculty member
Motion endorsing a forum on
a current political issue
Motion concerning member-
ship requirements for recogni-
tion of student organizations
SL invites all interested stu-
dents and faculty members to
attend the meeting.
Deadline Set
For Hopwood
Manuscripts
Deadline for entries in the Hop-
wood contest has been set for 4:30
p.m. tomorrow, officials said yes-
terday.
All entries must be in the Hop-
wood Room, 1006 Angell Hall, by
that time, they added.
Awards will be made in both
major and minor divisions, along
with drama, fiction, essay and
poetry divisions, during the an-
nual 'Hopwood Lecture May 20.
Featured lecturer this year will be
drama critic and author John
Gassner.

Musical Activities Featured;
Composition, Recitals Slated
Prof. Joaquin Nin-Culmell,
chairman of the University of Cal-Si willpreentri
ifornia's music department on the lin recital at 8:30 p.m. in Aud. A,
Berkeley campus, will discuss Angell Hall. A student of Gilbert
"Spanish Keyboard Music of, the Ross, Miss Sims will play music of
16th, 17th and 18th Centuries" at Vitali, Copland and Brahms.
4:15 p.m. today in Aud. A, Angell
Hall, during the annual School of* *
Musicdhonors assembly. Student composers of instru-
* * * mental and vocal music are eli-

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On tomorrow's agenda are two
public recitals by seniors in the
School of Music.
Richard Branch, organist,
pupil of Robert Noehren, will
play compositions by Buxtehude,
Bach, Roger-Ducasse and Duru-
fle at 4:15 p.m. in Hill Audi-
torium.

gible for $7,500 in prizes of the
1953 Student Composers Radio
Awards.
Included on the board of judges
and the committee in charge of
the contest are music school dean
Prof. Earl V. Moore and Prof. Ross
Lee Finney and Prof. Marguerite
V. Hood of the music school.

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DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING FAST RESULTS

Union pera
The deadline for turning in
petitions for the ,positions of
General Chairman and Road
Show Manager of the 1954
Michigan Union Opera is today
according to Mike Scherer, '54,
1953 Union Opera chairman.
interested students may sub-
mit their petitions to Scherer
or can turn them in at the main
desk of the Michigan Union.

Tentative Events
Set for Calendar
Student organizations wishing
to sponsor campus events wheth-
er first or second semester next
year should inform the Student
Legislature Calendaring commit-
tee of the proposed date of all
events by April 19.
Postcards which the committeel
has sent to all recognized organi-
zations can be mailed to the Office
of Student Affairs.

Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

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The deadline for Passover Meals
has been extended to 12 noon
Thursday, April 15.
Reservations must be made in person at
Hillel Office, 1429 Hill St.

SPECIAL SALE
at outstanding collection of Fine Art and decorator
COLOR PRINTS
Magi<ficently reproduced - Ready for framing.
originally published at $2.50 to $18.00
Now 1.00 to 3.98 per set
BUY AT
FOLLETT'S
State Street at North University

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