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THE MCMKGAN DlAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1953

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CADETS APPEAR LOCALLY:
Chorus Provides AFROTC Activity
AFROTC Chorus Squadron is an
extra-curricular activity for those
Air Force cadets who lack time toy
participate in the more extensive:
singing organiations on campus.
Organized two years ago, the 35-'
member group is directed by Les
Bennett, '55SM. Organization is ;" '
on the squadron level similar to
regular drill units within the Uni-
versity cadet wing.
On Television
Last night they were featured on
a program originating from the
University Television Studios. In-
cluded in the program were "Stars
of the Summer Night," "Tell Me
Why" and "The Air Force Song."
Other planned concerts include
a visit to the Ann Arbor Toast-
masters' Club next Tuesday. Capt.
John V. Reilly, USAF, faculty ad-
visors to the Chorus Squadron, is -Daily-John Hirtzei
a past president of the Club. LES BENNETT CONDUCTS THE AFROTC CHORUS SQUADRON

French Club To Give
Moliere's 'The Miser'

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Molier's "The Miser" ("L'-
Avare") will be given by Le Cercle
Francais at 8 p.m. tomorrow in
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
The five-act comedy will be giv-
en in the original language by Uni-
versity French students. It was
first performed in 1668 at Le Pa-
lais-Royal in Paris and is one of
the most often staged plays at La
Codemie Francaise.
The year 1938 witnessed the last
University presentation of "The
"The Miser" when Prof. Charles
Koella' of the French department
performed the part of Harpagon,
the miser. This year, Prof. Koella
is directing the play, with Arthur
White, '55, in the role he played
17 years ago.
White did the male lead in. last
year's play, "Ces Dames aux Cha-
peaux Verts."
Alfred Glasser, Grad., will be
seen as the son and Claudine

Abry, '57, will perform the role of
the daughter. James Galligan, '56,
Lois Binetsky, '56, Murray Budney,
Grad., and Deanna Goldstein, '58,
have other leading roles.
Also included in the cast are:
John Shepherd, '56; George Va-
lenta, '55; John Hyde, '55; Clinton
Hanover, '55; Damiel Testa, Grad.,
George Elison, '58; and Linda
Landsnaes, '57.
Rebillot Designs Set
Stage designer for the produc-
tion is Paul Rebillot, Grad. Cos-
tumes were designed by Emma
Mellencamp, Grad.
Tickets may be purchased at
Lydia Mendelssohn boxoffice from
12 to 6 p.m. today and from 10
a.m. to 8 p.m. tomorrow.
All seats are reserved.
Le Cercle Francais club mem-
bers will receive free admittance if
they show their membership cards.

Petitions
Petitioning for manager of
the Student Book Exchange and
membership on the Cinema
Guild Board, University Hous-
ing Study Committee and the
Driving Study Committee has
been extended until Thursday,
May 5.
Petitions may be obtained in
the Office of Student Affairs,
1020 Administration Bldg. *
Forestry Student
Gets Scholarship
A University student in the nat-
ural resources school recently re-
ceived a $500 scholarship awarded
by the National Lumber Manu-
facturers Association.
Henry A. Huber, Grad., studying
for a master's " degree in wood
technology, was one of the four
outstanding forestry school stu-
dents in the nation chosen for the
award.

CAMPUSCALENDAR

PETITIONS to the Sophomore
Class Board of Engineering School
are available- beginning today on
the bulletin boards of East and
West Engineering Bldgs.
Petitioning is open until 5 p.m.
Wednesday, May 11 when petitions
are due in Dean Walter J. Em-
mons' office or in Rm. 417, West
Engineering Bldg.
* *, *
"TENSIONS in Southeast Asia"
will be the topic today of a talk by
Prof. Russell M. Fifield, of the po-
litical science department, at the
Far Eastern Conference at Oberlin
College.
PETITIONS are available for
Joint Judiciary Council starting
today at 1020 Administration Bldg.
and are due there by 1 p.m. Fri-
day, May 13.
Five positions of one year each
will be filled. Students with no less
than 60 credit hours are eligible.

"STRUCTURE in Architecture"
will be the topic of a talk by Kon-
rad Wachsmann at 4 p.m. Thurs.,
May 5 in the Architecture Aud.
Mr. Wachmann is from the In-
stitute of Design, Chicago. His lec-
ture will be illustrated and is open
to the public.
* * *
BRANDEIS YOUTH Founda-
tion in Los Angeles, Cal., has an-
nounced scholarships to be award-
ed to young men and women for
the summer leadership session to
be held at Brandeis Camp in San-
ta Susana, Cal.
Scholarships, in the amount of
$30,000, will be divided among ap-
plicants from the nation's leading
colleges and universities.
Further information may be ob-
tained by writing the Brandeis
Camp Institute, P.O. Box 1401,
Beverly Hills, Cal.

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TUESDAY SPECIALS - GROUP OF

DRESSES
Many crepes, sheers and taffetas. Some
Cocktail and Evening Dresses included.
Sizes 7-10 - 15-44 - 121/ to 242.

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Shop

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TUESDAY SPECIALS'-Groups of
Blouses and Skirts
Group of Rayon and Cotton
Dresses and Better Hats.

$5 00

Group of Dresses . . . . . . . . . $7.00
Odds and Ends in Better and Budget Dresses. All Sizes.
The Elizabeth Dillon Shops

and Save

W30 S. Forest Ave.

Phone NO 3-5606

All Metal Slide Files
REGULAR 2.95
$1.94
Purchase Camera Shop
1116 South University

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TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY ONLY

Sweaters

20% off

FORMAL TUXEDO
RENTAL SERVICE ...
For all occasions

Group of Blouses, Skirts and Sweaters, many were
$10.95 . . . . . . . .0, . $3.98
The Elizabeth Dillon Shops
530 S. Forest Ave. . Phone NO 3-5606
LIGHT METER, Weston DR
Was $16.50 ... NOW $12.50
General Electric Mascot
Was $15.95 ....NOW $12.00
The QUARRY

All Wool TOPPERS

formerly to $22.95
Brand new toppers at a price that
you'd expect to pay on bargain day
in July.
Other Toppers-Formerly $25.00

$1300
... $18.00

Mademoiselle
FOR TOWN AND COUNTRY
302 South State Street

EVERY DAY IS TOT'S DAY, .

Baby's Photograph
Portraits of children up to six.
No appointment necessary.

20o
DISCOUNT

OUR ENTIRE STOCK of wool, nylon, and orlon sweat-
ers plus a limited quantity of cashmeres, 20% off for
these two days only. Classic long and short sleeve pull-
overs and cardigans and some lovely novelties.
Mademoiselle
FOR TOWN AND COUNTRY
302 South State Street
DESERT BOOTS
by 1WVinthrop
COLOR: 60i6
SMOKED BUCK
Reg. 10.95
Masts' Campus Shop
619 E. Liberty
Glenn Miller Limited Edition
(Vol. II) was $25
Now $19.98
at The Music Center,
SPRING CLEARANCE ON DISCONTINUED AND
SLIGHTLY SHOP WORN MERCHANDISE®..-
SAY UP TO 50%
Famous make cigarette lighters from our regular
stock . , . Save 20 to 50 % while they last,
German beer steins, t off regular prices.
All costume jewelry, compacts, cuff links, reduced
20%.
It will pay you to stop in our store today and all this
week, while the sale prices last.
BALFOUR'S
1321 South University Avenue
TUESDAY SPECIAL
All tnl.nn 1 l nic ad tn,

STERLING SILVER
FRIENDSHIP RING
with the University of Michigan Seal
ONLY $300
FOLLETT'S
State Street at N. University

Bolsey, Set-OmMatic
CASE and FLASH
Was $79.50... Now $57.50
The QUARRY
320 So. State Street Phone NO 3-412

TICE & WREN

C/ vtA6 ,4

.50

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1107 South University -- Across from the A.A. Bank
Store Hours - 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.

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329 So. State Street

SWEATERS

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Entire Stock - All New Cashmeres
- Wondameres - Wools - Or-
Ions - Dacrons - Lamb's Wool.
All colors - Sizes 34 to 40.

Phone NO 3-4121

men

2OFF

Job Application Photos Every Day 10 A.M. to 5 o'clock
PALMER STUDIO
513 East Liberty - Michigan Theatre Bldg. NO 2-2072
Mario Lanza Sings
"STUDENT PRINCE"
was $5.95
NQw $3.98
at The Music Center
Pink Dress Shirts

Marti Walker
218 S. State St.

TAPE RECORDERS
Up to 25% off regular prices
On a variety of new and used tape recorders.
USED TELEVISION SETS
Table Models and Combinations
Ann Arbor Radio & TV Service
1217 S. University NO 8-7942
DIAMOND
PHONOGRAPH NEEDLES
THIS COUPON must accompany your order.
all types ... $12.50
COMPLETE PHONOGRAPH SERVICE
Ann Arbor Radio & TV Service

Large Selection
of JAZZ LP's
U/ off
MUSIC CENTER

1217 S. University

NO 8-7942

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ENTIRE STOCK OF
a i1/a off

Bruno Walter plays Brahms

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