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THE MICHIGAN DAUX

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TUESi.DAY, WETEMVBZRU , 1954

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We/come
back to Michigan
and Ernie Kuohn's
(young man's shop)
Gantner sweaters
$7.95 up
Jockey shorts
$1.20 up'
Beau Brummell ties
$1.50 up

RIGHT FROM THE START!
Your dry cleaning and laundry
with extra care
ACE HAND LAUNDRY
and DRY CLEANING
1120 South University

MSC Drops Driving Ban,
But 'U' Ruling Remains

'U' Housing New Dramatic Arts Center
Overflow Set To Open in Ann Arbor

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Pioneer
. $1.50

Belts
up

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GOLD and STERLING
Hand Engraved, Monogra med.
Chains in all lengths.
Hallters Jewelers I
near Hill Auditorium
ELGIN ... HAMILTON... BULOVA
WATCHES
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ter, the proposals found their wa
to a Regents meeting at whic
they were discussed informall
and postponed indefinitely.
That is where the matter rest
at present. And there is no ind
cation that the Regents will ac
upon the proposals at their Sep
tember meeting tomorrow.
SL President Steve Jelin, '55
said yesterday the SL Cabine
had discussed the matter and "wi
seriously consider the possibilit
of reopening negotiations with th
administration. We are as muc
for modification or removal of the
driving restrictions as we eve
were."
Simon Sees No Effect
SL Vice-President Ned Simon
'55, expressed the opinion that th
change at MSC would have littl

effect at the University. "We havela With the somewhat unusual first year. It will also provide space
y reasonably proved that alleviation event f a symphony concert per- for exhibitions by local artists.
h of the driving restrictions is de- .i formed in an arena style theaterrPoint
y sirable. But reason does not play.An tdensot dtheUrsiy Ann Arbor's new Dramatic Arts:
plean entered classrooms for their se-- The DAC, according to its pres-
a part here. It has become an emo-ond day of classes, most of them Center will open its doors to stu- ident, Eugene Power, hopes to
i- could finally say that they have dents and residents on, Sept. 29. "serve as a focal point for the
t A brief presented by SL along permanent residences for the se-: Remodeling of an auditorium in artistic interests of the communi-
- with its proposals attempted to mester. the Masonic Temple for theater ty."
show that driving restrictions are A precarious housing situation in the round presentations is al- The idea for a Dramatic Arts
, an impossible anachronism on the that appeared imminent early ready under-way and will be com- Center sprang from the discus-
t University campus. last week has eased considerably. pleted in time for the Civic Sym- sions of a group of Ann Arbor
ll Indicating that a lifting of the The residence halls, fraternity and phony performance. citizens who bought the assets of
Iban wouldca sa litingrofsthe sorority houses, league houses, co- the Arts Theater Club when that
ba ol cause little increase in o ossan rvt Pmshv lans to┬░ operate a community'gopwnouofeitceas
e the number of cars on the cam- op houses and private homes have petory eatand tosp group went out of existence last
h pus, it called on the administra- apparently assimilated the larg- ror theater's ndasss co-dpnn year.
est University enrollment since sor =children's classes in dance, Faced with the problem of what
e tion to turn instead its attention 194Ur t dramatics, and painting are part to do with the chairssoundequi
r to alleviating the parking situation 19of the Center's schedule for its t d ihts hich thequip
and maintaining a closer control The number in both the men'skment and lights which they now
on driving violations and un- and women's dormitories who were owned, the group went about
housed in recreation rooms, sun- gathering support for a commu-
1,qualified drivers who now drive .11 esnt hae n r etr
e in defience of the unenforceable rooms and study halls has been rinity theater and art center
sliced almost in half since 'early

Champ Hats
$5.00 up

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L C.' lt t: ir V 1,.

Smithson Suits
$65
Sport coats
$24.95 up
Slacks to harmonize
$8.95 up

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Join the thousands of Ann Arborites
who save time and shorten
distances by cycling

Top coats
$35.00 up

Aigator raincoats

Shapely shirts
$2.95 up

Jerks sox

"King Louis"
bowling shirts
WALK A FEW STEPS
AND SAVE DOLLARS
217 East Liberty St.
Phone NO 8-8020

Welcome All
Michigan Students
You Will Find Nationally Known
Merchandise Such As
MANHATTAN and VAN HEUSEN
Shirts - Pajamas - Sportswear
MacGREGAR Sportswear, Sweaters, etc.
WEMBERLEY and BEAU BRUMMEL
Neckwear
ALLIGATOR Rainwear HANSEN Gloves
HYDE PARK ,WINSTON, and CLOTHCRAFT
Suits, Topcoats, Overcoats MALLORY Hats
STORE HOURS: Daily 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.
THE DOWNTOWN STORE FOR MICHIGAN MEN
309 South Main Street
"Where Smart Style Meets Moderate Price"

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ENGLISH IMPOR TS
THREE SPEEDS
as low as HAND BRAKE
24-kr. REPAIR SERVICE
all work guaranteed
Be sure your bicycle is safe to ride.
Check these for safety's sake-

last week.
Last Wednesday there were over
70 girls living in this manner. Be-
cause many students with reserva-
tins failed to claim their rooms
over 30 of this total of 70 haveJ
been moved .into the vacancies. I
Two More Weeks
Business Manager of Residence
Halls Leonard A. Schaadt said
however, that it may be two weeks
before the remaining 40 girls are
transferred to permanent 'resi-
dence.
There were still 54 men in tem-
porary residence yesterday but at
the same time 30 unclaimed spots
were available in the three quad-
rangles. Schaadt expects the va-
cancies will increase by the end of
this week and all the men should
be accommodated shortly.
Private room and apartment
possibilities were dwindling ac-
cording to Mrs. Esther C. Griffen,
administrative assistant in the Of-
fice of Student Affairs. However
there are still some private rooms
and also a selection of apartments
for married couples.
Enirollment
Totals Exceed
Predictions
(Continued from Page 1)
of the unpredictable number of
students accepted who decide not
to attend.
General Rising Trend
Reports from other schools and
colleges throughout the country
have indicated a general rising
trend in enrollment.
This year's increase at the Uni-
versity marked the third consecu-
tive year since 1951 in which en-
rollment has risen. A six-year low
was reached in the Spring of 1951
at the end of a downward trend
following the World War II vet-
eran peak enrollment of 24,000 in
1949.
.The steady climb of enrollment
throughout the country has caus-
ed predictions of University en-
rollment in 1960 to run as high as
50,000.

Canada's minister. of national
health and welfare, Paul Martin,
will address the 37th annual meet-
ing of the University Press Club
of Michigan Oct. 8.
President of the Press Club,
Fred M. Kidd Jr., said Martin
would discuss Canadian-American
relations at the press banquet, to
be held in the Michigan Union.
Prior to the banquet the press
club will hold a discussion on ju-
venile delinquency, with Dr. Ralph
Di. Rabinovitch of the Neuropsy-
chiatric Institute and William C.
Morse, director of the Fresh. Air
Camp participating. An afternoon
session of the press club will be
devoted to a panel dealing with
the question "Do We Have a Re-
sponsible Press?"
University President Harlan H.
Hatcher will address the club at
a luncheon Oct. 9 in the Union.
Warm water with a dash of am-
monia is recommended as safe!
cleanser for plate glass mirrors.

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HEADQUARTERS for ACCESSORIES
SADDLE BASKET $3.50 BATTERY LAMP $2.25

Read and Use

CHAIN LOCKS $1.50
GENERATOR SETS $7,98
ENGLISH

Plastic
BIKE COVERS $3.50
WICKER BASKETS $2.00

Daily Classifieds

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Campus Bike & Hobby

514 E. Williams

Call NO 2-0035

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There's a Nationally-Known
Independent Record Dealer
in Ann Arbor
Years of musically intelligent service in an atmosphere of
congenial informality, have resulted in an envied position
among record dealers.
A COMPREHENSIVE RECORD STOCK - ALL SPEEDS
TABLE MVODEL & CONSOLE RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS
RECORD CABINETS AND OTHER ACCESSORIES
TV SETS by- RCA VICTOR & MAGNAVOX
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN MUSIC
May we invite you to visit us at either of our
two convenient locations.

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