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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1954

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Cast Chosen
For Showing
Of G&S Play
The cast for "Pirates of Penz-
ance," the fall offering of the Gil-
bert and Sullivan Society, has been
chosen, although there still are a
few openings for tenors in the
chorus.
The production will run from
Nov. 17 through the 20, with a
road show Nov. 26-27. A tryout
meeting for the few remaining op-
enings in the cast will be held at
4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the League.
Heading the cast will be Robert
Cotton as the Pirate King, Lynn
Tannel, as Mabel, Marion Mercer,
SM, as Ruth, Arnult Esterer,
'54, as Frederic, Nancy Witham,
SM, as Edith and Katy Micow, '57
SM, as Kate. Mary Witham, '55
SM will play Isabel, Bob Brand-
zell, the Major General, Richard
Booth, '57, the Sergeant of Police
and John Geralt, '55 M, Samuel.
The following students will
make up the chorus: Vicky Adel-
berg, Richard Arentz, '57E, Sue
Ballin, '55, Doris Bengtsson, '56
SM, Faith Colish, Arsella Dahl,
Marge Dussling, '57, Marge Erick-
son, '58SM, George Finkel, '55D,
George Gates, '56, Robert Good-
son, Frank Greene, Natalie Grod-
nik, '57, Frank Haynes, Grant
Hildebrand, '57A&D, Thelma Kav-
anau, '57, Peggy Kleinstein, Iseli
Koenig, '55, Bette Lefcourt, Helen
Lenz, Bessie Loye, John McLaugh-
lin, '56, Helen Mendelson, Eugene
Moore, '57, David Morgan,. '55,
David Newman, Sue Novitsky,
Geraldine Posen, '57 SM, Shirley
Price, '57SM, Arthur Schwartz,
Donald Seltz, '57, Howard Shapiro,
'56, Eleanor Shur, '57, Ralph Wolf-
stein, Janet Wormley, '55.
Profs. Bretton,
Joiner To Talk
To Repubicans
Professors Henry L. Bretton of
the politica1 science department
and Charles W. Joiner of the Law
School will each address two lo-
cal Republican ward-precinct meet-
ings, to be held from 7 to 9 p.m.
today and tomorrow at Republi-
can headquarters, 118 W. Liberty.
Prof. Joiner will address the
groups on national issues, while
Prof. Bretton will speak about for-
eign policy.
The sixth ward, which includes
the northeast portion of Ann Arbor,
will meet tonight, while the seventh
ward, covering the southeast por-
tion of the city to S. Main, will
meet tomorrow night. All interested
students living in these wards are
urged to attend.

HERBERT DRURY-AFTER A NORTHERN TREK

ON CANADIAN WASTES:
Grad Student Helps Capture
3 Mush Oxen for Experiment

By HARRY STRAUSS
After spending three weeks in
the barren wastes of northern Can-
turned to more urban areas with
ada, a nine-man expedition re-
captives - three baby musk ox.
Back on campus to continue his
graduate studies and write his the-
sis in conservation, Herbert Drury
enlarged on the work of the musk-
ox expedition featured in this
week's Life magazine.
Forced Feeding
"Musk ox have characteristics ot
bovine animals and they charge,
something like bulls do," Drury
said, adding that after the calves
were first captured they butted the
men incessantly so that the latter
had to forcibly feed them.
"It took three of us to hold one
of them because they were so
spunky. The vet would then feed
them their diet of milk, sugar and
willow leaves, and then the calves
would butt us as much as ever,''
he said.
The expedition was under the di-
rection of John J. Teal, Vice-Presii-
dent of the Animal Research Foun-
dation in Vermont who has always,
been investigating means by which
the musk ox could be bred in cap-
tivity in some of the barren land
of New England.
Previous Experience
Drury came into contact with
Teal during his undergraduate days
in Dartmouth where Teal works,
sometimes with the eminent ex-
plorer and naturalist, Vladimir
Steffanson. During the past sum-
mer, Drury said, he heard about
the expedition and called Teal.
"Twenty-four hours after my in-
terview, I was on the train to Ed-
monton, Canada," he related.
For the previous two summers
the young graduate student had
spent time in the colder areas to
the north, including the Arctic
Isles, Greenland, Thule Air Base,
and Alaska where he had gained
experience with the musk ox.
Softer Than Cashmere
In speaking of the musk ox, Dru-
ry stated that the animal is a val-
uable one for not only is the meat
good, but the wool is finer than the
finest cashmere. He then put some
mats of hair, brownish-grey in col-
or, before him, cleaning some of
the dirt from them.
"I pulled these off some bushes
in the vicinity of their capture,"
he explained, "for they shed this
wool once a year."
It will be a long time before a
sizable number will be in captivity

for their reproduction takes a long
time. They must also breed out
their strain and withstand the dis-
eases of their new habitat not
found in their own.
"It is strictly a scientific ex-
periment," Drury said.
See How They Run
"There were lots of things we
learned during the sojourn," Drury
continued. "One of the more unus-
ual that we found was that the
musk ox ran when we chased
them. In the past it was always
believed that they would stand in
a circle with the young ones in the
center.
"Seeing us, though, they ran like
scared rabbits."
When the expedition first began,
Drury said they went for the bulls
and found out in these attempts
how to catch the calves they were
after, for this was the first attempt
at capturing musk ox calves with-
out killing the bulls.
In general, Drury continued, the
procedure was to spot the herd
from their plane andthen find a
lake and peninsula nearby.
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"We would leave the plane and
hide near the lake while the pilot
would drive the flock before him.
After they reached the peninsula
we could easily chase them for
they were pretty tired from the
swim."
In this way, the expedition
caught their animals - all within
the final four days of the stay.
Teal expects to fill his quota of
eight next summer but whether or
not Drury will go on the all-male
adventure "depends on my wife,"
he concluded.
Football Resales
Football tickets for Saturday's
game with Army will be resold at
the Michigan Union ticket service
from 3 to 5 p.m. this week at the
Union student offices.
Persons having other than stu-
dent tickets to be sold may leave
them to be sold at the office this
week.
Okey To Lecture
Prof. L. LaMont Okey of the
speech department will visit Alma
College tomorrow to give a pro-
gram of readings before the
school's All-College Assembly.
"Making Words Come Alive"
will be the topic of his program.

IFC Pledges
To Help City
Sell Flags
By DAVE BAAD
The University Interfraternity
Council has offered 500 pledges to
help the Ann Arbor Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce sell 4,000 Ameri-
can flags to local homeowners.
The flag selling campaign an-
nounced yesterday by the Ann
Arbor JCC is aimed at restoring
the "disappearing American tra-
dition of home display of the flag
on national holidays."
This is the third time in recent
months that the IFC has cooper-
ated directly with a community
organization. Last spring pledges
were sent to the Veterans of For-
eign Wars' Fresh Air Camp to help
rehabilitate the place for summer
use.
Also last spring the IFC made
plans to take part in this fall's lo-
cal community chest drive. Assisted
by representatives of Pan-Hellenic,
the IFC will canvass 2,200 homes
in the Ann Arbor area on collec-
tion day, October 13.
The money from the flag selling
project will be used as an initial
contribution towards a new public
outdoor swimming pool.
No Outdoor Pool
Dr. Walter Jarvis, President of
the local JCC commented that al-
though Ann Arbor offers much in
the way of education and recrea-
tion, it is lacking in an outdoor
pool. "The Jaycees welcome the
cooperation of the Interfraternity
Council in this project and hope
to start a trust fund and call on
the many other local organiza-
tions to join in a public subscrip-
tion to get this nool project under-
way," he concluded.
Fred Lyons, '57, president of the
Junior IFC composed of each se
mester's pledges, will chairman
the student manpower in the
Idrive.
The flags are three by five feet
American flags complete with
standard and bracket. The price
for flags delivered directly to the
home is $3.25.
100,000 Sold in Michigan
Jaycee organizations in cities
such as Grand Rapids, Allen Park,
Lincoln Park and Allegan have
directed similar projects. Thus far
100,000 flags have been sold in
Michigan cities this year.
Ann Arbor is being split into 500
sections for the campaign with
each pledge being assigned one
section. The canvass will take
place from November 1st to No-
vember 6th.
Pat Cusick, chairman of the
Jaycee sales committee, says that
he hopes every Ann Arbor home
will have a flag to display when
Armistice Day comes this Novem-
ber 11.
Civic Symphony
To Hold Rehearsal
The first rehearsal of the Ann
Arbor Civic Symphony Orchestra
will take place at 7:15 tomorrow
in the Masonic Auditorium.
After a musical open house in
which prospective applicants will
join with regular members in an
informal rehearsal, there will be
a showing of a film of the or-
chestra's television performance,
produced by University Television.
Faculty and staff musicians are
invited to join the group, along
with students whose schedules
make it impossible for them to
play with University organiza-
tions. Those interested should call
NO 2-4279.

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FOR SALE
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British motorcycles and bicycles.
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For the Bestes
See Herb Estes
1946 Dodge, 4 door, nice con-
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1947 Ford, 4 door, radio and
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Every used car backed by a 6-months
warranty. Oil change and grease
job with every purchase. Open
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1947 NASH, four door sedan, excellent
condition, a real buy. Call NO 8-8412.
)22B
1951 CHEVROLET two door, radio and
heater. Beige color, one owner, real
clean. The big lot across from down-
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ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$6.88. Sox,
39c; shorts, 69c; military supplies.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. )26B
1946 HUDSON four door, radio and
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1949 MERCURY SEDAN. Four door
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Huron Motor Sales. 222 W. Washing-
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STANDARD PICA typewriter. Good con-
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FOR RENT
27 FOOT HOUSE TRAILER for rent.
Car necessary. Can be seen at Cozy
Corner Trailer Park, after 4 p.m.
2700 S. Wagner Road. )4C
CAMPUS APT. for four men. Furnish-
ed two bedroom apt. $140. Inquire
518 E. William. NO 3-8454. )3C
ROOMS FOR RENT
WANTED:ONE STUDENT to share two
basement rooms with two others. Re-
frigerator, $7. 1001 S. Forest. Call
NO 2-7639. )6D
ROOMS FOR FOOTBALL WEEKENDS.
Reserve rooms now at the Campus
Tourist Homes. 518 E. William (near
State St.) Ph. NO 3-8454. )3D
ROOMS FOR FOOTBALL WEEKENDS.
Reserve rooms now. Student Room
Bureau. No fee charged. NO 3-8454. )4D
ROOM AND BOARD
MEN - HERE IS your solution to your
boarding problems. Good food. Low
prices. Number of meals per week
optional. Close to campus. 808 Tap-
pan. Call NO 3-8581. )2E
BOARD - MEN IN Southeast campus
area. Try us for the best home-cooked
meals in town! All three meals or
any combination. Liberal board cred-
it arrangement. Breakfast 30c, lunch
60c, dinner $1.20, Sunday dinner $1.25.
1617 Washtenaw, for info call NO
3-5806, ask for house manager. )3E
HOME COOKING for men. Well bal-
anced meals. Rebates. 1319 Hill St.
Call NO 2-6422. )4E
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UNWANTED HAIR REMOVED forever
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Positions references. Call Miss Gaga-
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Wed., Sept. 29, 4 P.M. League Ball-
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HIDE-A-BED, bookcase, chest of draw-
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Williams. Come 6-9 evenings only
)40B
THOR WASHER, semi-automatic, good
condition, $55. Call after 5:30 p.m.
NO 2-5703. )44B
CORNET-MARTIN B FLAT, Commit-
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MUST SELL-Two Hollywood beds, Sim-
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years old, good condition. 1013 Arbon-
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1947 DODGE SEDAN, radio, heater,
sharp condition. Only $275. Fitzger-
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FOR SALE: Bicycle, good condition,
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3-SPEED RECORD PLAYER and radio
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LANGUAGE COURSES, half price. Lin-
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1951 KAISER four door. Blue, radio,
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Huron Motor Sales. 222 W. Washing-
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