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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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indshields
ot Hit Here
The rash of pock-marked wind-
shields, reported from Ohio
through Mt. Pleasant, Mich., to
Seattle, has apparently left Ann
Arbor unscathed.
Local gas stations and police
reported that no unusually dam-
aged windshields have been noted.
Mt. Pleasant was hard hit earl-
ier this week as State Police said
nine out of 10 cars were found
with chips missing from the wind-
shields.
While the United States Weath-
er Bureau reported a dusty haze
over the Mt. Pleasant area, they
said there was no apparent con-
nection between the dust and the
damage.
Only 'slanted windshields, car
tops, and greenhouse roofs were
damaged. Windows and other ver-
tical surfaces were left untouch-
ed, leading the Associated Press
to speculate that whatever caused
the damage "dropped straight
down from the sky."
Among the latest cities to re-
port cars damaged were Detroit,
Grand Rapids, Dearborn, Pontiac,
Port Huron, Bay City, Jackson
and Owosso.
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May 5th
$2.40 BUS TRIP
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ON A SHOESTRING:
American Students See
Europe on Low Budget

Michigras
General admission tickets for
the Michigras Carnival Friday
and Saturday are now on sale
in front of the Union, in Mason
Hall, at the Engine Arch, on
the diagonal and at all resi-
dence houses.
Retailers Plan
Meeting Today

By SHIRLEY KLEIN
Each summer hordes of Ameri-
can students are disproving the
old adage that one must have
plenty of money to travel to Eur-
ope.
With careful planning it is pos-
sible to travel to Europe on the
proverbial shoestring. For exam-
ple, instead ofstraveling on luxury
liners, many students have found
it advantageous to cater to freight
or non-tourist ships.
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THESE COMMERCIAL carriers
generally travel trade routes, al-
lowing one to see several countries
inexpensively. Time is substituted
for money -comfortable trade
route travel is always cheaper than
swift tourist transportation.
Once in Europe, cycling is an
inexpensive mode of travel. If
that's too strenuous for some in-
dividuals there is always bus or
third class rail travel.
It's a good idea to stop at some
fairly large provincial town and
Chemist To Speak
Dr. Edward F. Elslager of the
Parke-Davis company of Detroit
will speak on chemotherapy at 8
p.m. today in Rm. 1300 of the
Chemistry Bldg.

New Music
Trend Seen
Tomorrow's music may well be
a form of tonal surrealism.
Speaking yesterday on "Music
of the Future," Prof. John Kuy-
pers of the University of Illinois
compared the composer's aim in
writing music to that of the artist
in paiting a picture.
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"THE PAINTER uses as a basis

take daily side trips by bike or
bus. "Off the beaten trail" towns
are less expensive than big cities
and publicized places.
OFTEN, IT pays to check up on
money exchange rates in New York
before sailing. One can often get
a better currency exchange in this
counrty than in the country to
which he is going.
Pensions, small hotels and inns
as well as private homes pro-
vide students with inexpensive
places to stay. Perhaps not as
luxurious as large hotels, they
are clean, comfortable and
"homey." Tourists may usually
get aid in finding accommoda-
tions at information centers in
the various cities.
Food is certainly no problem in
Europe. There are many fascinat-
ing places where one can drink
"vin ordinaire" for a few cents
and be amused by just talking with
the people who love the latest gos-
sip of the art and theater world
or who like to philosophize over
world conditions.
Beverages are rarely included in
the cost of a European meal, with
the exception of breakfast, which
includes coffee, tea or chocolate
and rolls. Even so, if travelers
stick to the native wines, they
won't go broke on drinks.
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The eighth annual merchandise for his work what he sees. nd

conference wil be hld fro 10:30
a.m. today to 4:30 p.m. tomorrowI
here.
Sponsored by the School of
Business Administration, the Mi-
chigan Retailers Association, the
Affiliated Trade Organization and
the National Association of Dis-
play Industries, the two-day meet-
ing will be attended by over 300
Michigan retailers.
Among the topics included on
the program will be self-service
and simplified selling, promotion-
al advertising, design of modern
store fronts and interior store mo-
dernization.
Medical Confab
To Be Held Here
An annual post graduate oph-
thalmology conference under the
sponsorship of the medical school's
ophthalmology department will be
held at the University today and
tomorrow.

enriches this with his personal ex-
perience and emotions," Prof.
Kuyper explained. "Until recent-
ly, the composer has not done this,
but now an attempt is being made
by some in the field of music to
produce realistic sounds, and to
group them together in such a
way as to be esthetically pleasing
as well."
One group which has been
pioneering in this experimental
field, the Research Group of
Music Concrete, subsidized by
the French government, has pro-
duced several albums of records
which have gained a' large
amount of popularity in that
country, Prof. Kuypers said.
In their work in the field, the
French musicians devise pleasing
combinations of sound without the
use of a single musical instrument.
Instead, they use everyday sounds
such as walking feet, or a cough
or sneeze, he added.

ENDING
TONIGHT

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Dwarf (mugho) Pine.......2.50 to 4.50
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Radio and heater and new tires. Ex-
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ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords--$.88. Box,
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A MEDIUM blue-grey gabardine suit.
Single breasted, sport style. Like new,
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BATTERIES $5 EXCHANGE
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1941 PONTIAC 4-DOOR-First $75 take
it away. Huron Motor Sales, 222 W.
Washington, NO 2-4588. )408B
1947 KAISER--4 door, one owner, low
mileage, new tires. Huron Motor Sales,
222 W. Washington, NO 2-4588. )387B
MAN'S WRIST WATCH in good -condi-
tion, repaired and cleaned, Merril, 17
jewel, originally $83.71-now $50. Up-
holstered reclining tapestry chair,
wooden arms and sliding footstools,
fair condition, $8.00. Folding baby pen
with pad, good condition, $15. Gray
folding baby buggy, chrome handle
with white plastic, hardly used, $50,
originally $89. Cosco baby high chair,
all chrome and steel with blue plastic
seat cover, adjustable foot rest, $16.
Folding nursery chair, $3. Majestic
portable radio with inside and out-
side aerial, $48. Phone 2-9020. )392B
1949 PONTIAC 4-DOOR, green. Hydra-
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very clean! Huron Motor Sales, 222
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New whitewall tires, heater and over-
drive. Good transportation. Huron
Motor Sales, 222 W. Washington, NO
2-4588. )410B
SMITH-CORONA Portable Typewriter in
perfect condition. 448 Michigan, W.
Quad. )413B
GUARANTEED SAFETY TESTED used
cars. University Motor Sales. 907 N.
Main. Ph. NO 3-0507. )374B

PARAKEETS AND SINGING CANARIES
-$8 each. Bird supplies and a few
cages. Mrs, Ruffins, 562 S. 7th. )417B
"PURCHASE FROM PURCHASE"
New Argus C-3's-$6.65 down, balance
monthly. Purchase Camera Shop,
1116 S. University, NO 8-6972. )418B
FOR SALE-U. of Michigan master's de-
gree hood made by Cottrell and Leon-
ard; first class condition. Write Michi-
gan Daily, Box 8. Reasonable Price.
)414B
1940 Lasalle with No. 8 Cadillac motor
in very good condition, radio, heater.
Complete car for $90, Motor $50. NO
2-9020. )415B
GOLF CLUBS-Two bags at $15.00 each
containing complete set of six clubs.
Some fine British makes. NO 2-4055.
)416B
FOR RENT
2-ROOM APARTMENT, share bath, near
campus. Call NO 2-4704 or NO 2-3983.
)43C
ROOMS FOR RENT
OVERNIGHT GUEST ROOMS
Rooms by Day or Week
Campus Tourist Homes. Ph. NO 3-8454
518 E. Williams St. (near State)
)25D
DOUBLE ROOM for rent, furnished,
very large. Will accommodate 2 stu-
dents-men only. $5.50 each. Call
NO 3-2225. )64D
DOUBLE ROOM for two men or one
couple. Main floor, near campus.
Cooking privileges and refrigeration.
Call NO 2-4704 or NO 2-3983. )65D
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Stack up on mags at special rates
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EXPERIENCED WAITER WANTED. Call
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MAKE $20.00 DAILY. Sell luminous
name plates. Write Reeves Co., Attle-
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) 92H
BUSINESS SERVICES
APPLICATION PHOTOGRAPHS
While you wait at SNIDER STUDIOS
213 S. Main St. )16I
PIANO SERVICE - Tuning, repairing.
Work guaranteed. Call University Mu-
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for rent, sales, and service.
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Also ironing separately. Free pick-u
and delivery. Ph. NO 2-9020. 121
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years experience, prominent Ann Ar-
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HOME TYPING-For students. Will pick
up work. Mrs. Lonaka, Ypsilanti
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WANTED TO RENT
THREE GIRLS want furnished apart-
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Notices
Regents' Meeting. Friday, May 21.
Communications for consideration at
this meeting must be in the President's
hands not later than iMay 13.
School of Business Administration.
Faculty meeting, 3 p.m., Tues., April
20, Room 164.
Selective Service Examination. Stu-
dents taking the Selective Service Col-
lege Qualification Test on April 22 are
requested to report to 140 Business Ad-
ministration, Thursday morning at
8:30.
English Honors Curriculum. There
will be a meeting for students inter-
ested in entering the Honors Curri-
culum that begins next Fall on Thurs-
day afternoon, April 22, at 4 p.m. in
1412 Mason Hall. The members of the
staff are urged to inform all likely ap-
plicants of this meeting. The nature of
the program will be discussed and the
students will be invited to raise ques-
tions.
Doctoral Preliminary Examinations for
Students in Education. Preliminary
examinations for doctoral applicants in
Education will be held May 27, 28, and
29, 1954. All students who anticipate
taking these examinations must file
their names and fields of specialization
with the Chairman of Advisors to
Graduate Students, 4019 University High
School, not later than May 1.
Freshman Rendezvous Counselor ap-

plications may be picked up at Lane
Hall. The deadline for applying is noon
on Sat., May 1.
PERSONNEL INTERVIEWS
Today:
The Wm. S. Merrell Co., Cincinnati
Ohio, will have a representative on the
campus today to interview recent or
June men graduates in Pharmacy for
pharmaceutical detail salds positions in
Lansing or Detroit.
Thursday:
Montgomery Ward, Detroit, will have
an interviewer at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments on April 22 to talk with
June men graduates in Bus. Ad. or
LS&A for positions in Accounting,
Marketing, and Retail Management.
American Airlines, Detroit, will be
on the campus on April 22 to inter-
view sophomore, junior, or senior men
who are interested in a summer sales
position and who desire an airlines ca-
reer,
Friday:
Arabian American Oil Co., New York
City, will have a representative on the
campus on April 23 to talk with men
graduate students in Bus. Ad. who
have majored in personnel, industrial
or labor relations. Positions with the
company are located in Saudi Arabia.
Students wishing to schedule ap-
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