W1M MICIAN JAILX SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1954
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER-Ann Arbor Police Captain
Rolland J. Gainsley, auctioneer during yesterday's police bicycle
auction, tells a bidder that he has just purchased one of the 44
abandoned bikes which were sold by the police.
Candidates for State, Local
Posts Vie for Voters' Favor
tenance of the University's "elec-
tric brain," MIDAC, at Willow
On the ballot will be four state-
made referenda to amend the con-
stitution and a county proposal.
It will also inciude nve annexa-
tion proposals to detach certain
areas of land from the Township
of Ann Arbor and annex them to
the City of Ann Arbor.
Running on a special non-parti-
san ballot for Circuit Court Com-
missioner are Arthur E. Carpen-
ter, Clan Crawford Jr. and the in-
cumbent Robert V. Fink.
County Offices Due
Other county offices up for elec-
tion are that of prosecuting at-
torney, where Republican incum-
bent Edmond F. Devine is un-
opposed, and sheriff where Repub-
lican Edwin L. Klager is running
against Ypsilanti businessman
Lawrence Oltersdorf, a Democrat.
Incumbent Luella M. Smith, a
Republican, is running against
Democrat Eleanore R. Graves for
county clerk. Republican William
Verner and Democrat Garvin J.
Brasseur are the contestants for
Patricia Newkirk Hardy, a Re-
publican and Democrat William L.
Schaules are vying for the office
of registrar of deeds. Candidatesj
for Drain Commissioner are Re-
publican John H. Flook and Demo-
crat Harry E. Norton. Running for
the two coroner positions are Dr.
Edwin C. Granzhorn and* Dr.
Frank W. Staffan, Republicans,
and Democrat Dr. William B. Dick-
Rodney J. Grambeau of the
physical .education department,
Prof. Douglas A. Hayes of the
business administration school
and Cecil North, Ann Arbor High
School art instructor will appear
on "310 Weekly" over WPAG-TV
at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow.
Charles Munch will conduct the
33rd annual performance of the
Boston Symphony at 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Hill Auditorium.
Learning to play the violin from
his father, Munch later became
concertmaster of the Strasburg
Orchestra, conductor of the Paris
Conservatory and founder of the
Tickets priced at $3.50, $3, $2
and $1.50 are still available at the
University Musical Society offices
in Burton Tower.
Boersma Travel Serice
1955 is expected to be the heav-
lest travel year ever and as a
special service to our students in
Ann Arbor, we are dedicating this
space, twice each month, to news
from the travel world.
Boersma Travel Service has
three tours on its agenda for 1955.
The ever popular College Week in
Bermuda from April 3 to April
9th. A glorious week in Bermuda
during Easter vacation ... with a
college day at the beach with
Calypso music by the famous Tal-
bot Brothers . . . a yacht cruise
around the Island-and a gala
college dance at the leading Ber-
58 Days in Europe, visiting nine
countries-travelling in Europe in
comfortable Ford cars is a special
feature of our summer program.
Lots of free time is allowed for
independent action. Trans-Atlan-
tic passage for this tour has been1
secured on the Cunard Line.
Our Wolverine Tour, visiting
nine countries, will leave in June
and travel in Europe will be a
combination of. bus and trail-
trans-Atlantic passage on the Hol-
land America Line Student Boats
-total cost to be under $800.00.
Whether you want just steam-
ship passage or any kind of a
conducted or independent tour,
come in now and make your ar-
rangements. Several steamship
companies have already closed
their books for June, 1955. Do not
forget to plan your honeymoon
trip with us-whether it is to Ber-
muda, Nassau, Havana, or here
in the United States.
If you are interested in travel,
be sure and get the up-to-the-
minute guide on travel featuring
16201 facts on 84 countries-575
pages filled with travel news for
In our next column, we will dis-
cuss the 1955 College Week in
Bermuda. If you have any ques-
tions with regard to travel, please
write or come in. We will be glad
to answer any and all questions.
A limited number of senior pic
ture appointments may still be
made, the 'Ensian business staff
Seniors interested in securing
appointments may do this by ap-
plying between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
tomorrow and Tuesday at the 'En-
sian offices in the Student Publi-
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at the Brown Jug Ball
A siren to be heard long before it's
seen! The music-to-your-ears is
rich rayon taffeta, set into motion
by a billowy shirt born for the
wildest crinoline you own. Its very
young hearted torso line flatters
your figure-and played against a
petal neckline and three-quarter
sleeves, the contrast is head-turning.
Added flash for such glamour: the
two sparkling rhinestone pins. The
pick of Fall's loveliest colors. Sizes
10 to 18.
just one of our fabulous collec-
tion of late day and evening dresses
you'll find at our main shop. Priced
from 17.95. Sizes from tiny 7's
and tall 10's.
We've a bevy of beautiful frou,
frou petticoats, too. White,
black, and colors, plus crino-
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