TIE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1J56
Entries in next week's Union
Student Art Contest and Exhibit
will be accepted through Friday,
Union Student Services Chairman
Duane LaMoreaux, '58E, announc-
Five art media, oils, water color,
drawings, prints and sculpture, will
be featured in the Exhibit, which
will be held, Monday through Wed-
nesday of next week in the main
lobby of the' Union.
Contest entries must be taken
to the desk opposite the Union
Student Offices between 4 and 6
p.m. today through Friday.
Judging of the entries will be
done Saturday, prior to the open-
ing of the exhibition, and will be
based on the five media, with first
($20 gift certificate) and second
($10 gift certificate) prizes and an
honorable mention in each of the
Judges will be Prof. Marvin J.
Eisenberg, of the fine arts depart-
Inent, Prof. Donald B. Gooch, of
architecture and design school and
Prof. Richard Wilt, president of
the Ann Arbor Art Association.
Art media drawings includes
pencil, ink, charcoal and tempera
works, prints include woodcuts, en-
gravings and lithographs, and
sculpture includes wood, stone and
Dial NO 2-3136
ENDOMORPHS-Members of Alpha Omicron Pi reduced
through the use of calisthenics.
Caldisthenics Aid Groupff
Of Coed Endomorphs
Recommendation of a full scale
medical officer system of public
health for the United States high-
lighter a speech at the school of
public health yesterday by Dr.
Robert Perry, British professor of
"A medical officer is a full train-
ed physician who takes it upon
himself to look out for the health
of every person in his particular
areas," said Dr. Perry.
Although acknowledging that
"specialization is essential to pro-
gress," he said that the world is in
need of more minds prepared in
public health and medicine to aid
people in the broad area of their
own personal health.
It was found during the last
century that there was so much
disease among the young people of
England that the Army could not
get enough men to fill the ranks.
"Public health officers were a
necessity, and clinics and school
health inspections were started,"
Dr. Perry noted.
"The purpose of public health is
to help the family, the community,
and the individual to live abun-
dantly... . We must continue our
campaigns against squalor and di-
sease throughout the world." he
Dr. Perry, who makes his home
in Whales ,has currently been lec-
turing at Yale University, but took
time off to talk here on this, his
third visit to Michigan. He is
most noted for his work as a pro-
fessor at the University of Bristol,
England, and is an expert on pub-
lic health in the Unit'ed States.
i I a
CARRIERS WANTED to deliver THE
MICHIGAN DAILY. Openings now for
summer and fall. Good pay, morning
delivery, no collecting. Call NO 2-3241
SUMMER and permanent assistant ad-
vaertising - good pad= - pleasant sur-
roundings - interesting work. Re-
quires intelligence - typing - 5 day
week - paid holidays - insurance -
apply afternoons or Saturday morn-
ing this week. Mr. Hawkins, Adver-
tisers Publishing Co., 944 Wall St.
ENGINEERING STUDENTS, Sophomore
to Graduate. Unusual Engineering op-
portunity with expanding Excello
subsidiary engaged in creative research
development and design of automatic
machines. Summer or permanent po-.
sition. Excellent working conditions.
Additional benefits. Call Thursday 8
A.M. to 8 P.M., NO 2-2331. )136H
WOMAN WANTED, room and board in
exchange for light housework and
baby-sitting. NO 2-7040. )137H
SALESMAN for 3 or 4 hours a day, Good
Last October sixteen members
of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority con-
sidered, themselves endomorphs-
in need of a few less pounds.
Janet Mabarak, '57Ed., who is
called "Edna" by her friends,
thought she could help them. Her
Physical Education classes had giv-
en her some ideas.
Edna's Endomorph Association,
as the group called itself, began to
meet nightly in the AOPi living
room. At 10:30 p.m. their routine
started, and i Miss Mabarak led
them in a bizarre series of calis-
thenics designed for every possible
Some AOPi's who had no excess
weight joined-to keep trim, or to
improve their posture. All of them
had the same goal: to work for
the May Queen ceremony.
"I decided it would give more
incentive," Miss Mabarak explain-
ed, "if there could be a reward for
all this work. So we hit" on a May
Day idea: whoever lost the most
weight, or inches, would be May
Queen, and we'd have a court for
With such a goal, Edna's Endo-
morphs worked all the harder.
Desserts were snubbed, carrots
greeted with unique enthusiasm.
Tape measures were worn thin af-
ter their nightly use on reduced
On May Day the climax came.
Miss Mabarak rose after dinner at
the sorority house and brought in
four crowns of fresh forsythia.
To Mary Lou Kierdorf, '56Ed.,
went the coveted May Queen crown'
and a basket of fake flowers. Don-
na Hammill, '56, was the runner-
up, with a title of Daisy Princess.
In their court were the two ex-en-
domorphs who had exercised most
diligently: Pant Mills, '57, and Bet-
WILL GIRL who took wrong pink slick-
er from Virginian on Mon., 5 14
please call Penny, NO 3-1561, 441 Mo-
GRADUATES, what'll you pay next
year? Time 6c or 20c? Life & Sports
Ill. 8c or 20c? Student Per. NO 2-
3061. ) 178F
MIDDLE-AGE librarian attending sum-
mer school would look after faculty
home during owner's absence. Will
water lawn, take care of pets. Must
be walking distance of campus. Free
June 15 to September 10. If inter-
ested write Anne Hart, Bates College,
Lewiston, Maine. )177F
SERENADE for Seniors--stock up on
studentspecialsnow! Esquire, New
Yorker, Life, etc. Student Periodical,
NO 2-3061. )171F
SEE YOU at I. F. C. Ball May 18. Rich-
ard Maltby. ) 176F
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.
Double-breasted tuxedos converted to
single-breasted, $18, or new silk shawl
collar, $25. Write to Michaels Tailor-
ing Co., 1425 Broadway, Detroit, Michi-
gan, for free details or 'phone.
WOodward 3-5776. )118F
RE-WEAVING. Burns, tears, moth
holes rewoven. Let us save your
clothes.rWeave BaceShop, 224 Nickels
TYPING DONE in private home. Call
NO 3-0214. )50J
EDITING and typing, experience in
medical and dental fields. Call NO 2-
WASHINGS-Also Ironings separately.
Specializing in cotton dresses, blouses
also. Free pick-up and delivery. Phone
TYPING-Theses, term papers, etc. Rea-
sonable rates, prompt service. 830
South Main, NO 8-7590. )44J
RICHARD MADDY - VIOLINMAKER.
Fine, old certified instruments and
bows. 310 S. State. NO 2-5962. )31J
3 ROOM APARTMENT with kitchen.!
June 16th through September 12th.
$100 per month. Call NO 3-8508. Dick
APT. FOR RENT - available June 7y
couple preferred. Whole first floor and
basement, furnished. $93 per month.
1125 Michigan Ave. Phone NO 5-5132.
FOUR ROOM two bedroom apartment,
completely furnished. Two miles
from campus, children welcome. Ap-
proximately June 15 to Sept. 5. Call
NO 3-2915 or NO 3-1511, ext. 2237.
a Dv ~ t mst.. 4 seater, 1 i ?zrter. Mech.
perfect. Good top. NO 2-7666. )162N
FOR SALE-1937 Buick. Must be seen to
be appreciated. Call Bill Noll. NO 2-
1951 Chevrolet Clube Coupe, radio,
heater, like new, 30,000 miles, $495.
1949 Chevrolet, 2 door, radio and heater
good rubber, $165.
1949 Pontiac, 2 door, black, radio and
1948 Chevrolet, radioand heater, in
exceptionally good condition, $175.
JIM WHITE CHEVROLET, INC.
222 W. Washington
pay. Call 8-7181.
COUNSELORS wanted for Girl Scout
Camp in Chelsea, Michigan-water-
front director, nature and crafts con-
sultant, business manager, handy-
man. Will consider married couple.
For appointment contact Girl Scout
Office, NO 2-4534 days. )125H
WANTED-Cab drivers full or part-time.
Apply 113 S. Ashley. Ann Arbor Yellow
and Checker Cab Company. Phone
NO 8-9382. )70H
3-ROOMnfirst floor apartment, and
basement study, shower. Utilities,
nicely furnished for three men, grad-
uate or seniors. $40.00 each. S. State
St. Available after June 8, 1956. Gar-
age. Dial 3YP, Ypsilanti 3615 XM. )91C
SMALL APARTMENT, single, complete-
ly furnished, 1022 Forest. Available
June 6, NO 2-7532. )92C
4-ROOM apartment completely furn-
ished for four nurses; graduate or
senior girls. Private bath, utilities.
S. State St. Available May 25. Garage.
Dial 3YP, Ypsilanti 3615 XM. )90C
WANTED to swap--cool, furnished apt.
Bay City, for one in Ann Arbor during
summer school. Phone NO 2-3593. )89C
SUMMER STUDENT has apartment lo-
cated directly behind Engineering
School to share with other summer
student. Call Fred, NO 8-9672. ) 93C
3 ROOM APARTMENT for rent, June
10 - Sept. 10. Close to campus, pri-
vate entrance, truly gracious living.
Phone 5-5614. )85C
3. ROOM APARTMENT with kitchen.
June 16th through September 12th.
$11-per month. Call 3-8508. Dick Rus-
APARTMENT 21%1 Rooms. Nicely furn-
ished. Private entrance, All utilities.
$85. Phone NO. 8-6785. )88C
BEAUTIFULLY furnished studio apart-
ment, bath, kitchenette, private en-
trance. Four blocks from campus.
Two students from June through
August. $100 a month. NO 3-6967.
RENT USED CARS
RTNGE.R. R'T d.'4A ~' r. t 1? i.. . A
H E WAS
EARN $1500 00
saves you money!
50 new and used" cars to choose from.
Come out today to the BIG NEW lot
at 3345 Washtenaw.
LINCOLN - MERCURY
Phone NO 3-4197
Open evenings till 8
ROOMS FOR RENT
DOUBLE ROOMS and suites for rent,
summer. Male students past 20 years.
Half block from campus. Cooking
privileges. 417 E. Liberty. )43D
ROOMS for male students, complete
summer rate, $40. Call NO 3-5806.
I DREAMED I went to summer school
living at 1412 Cambridge. This dream
can become a reality for any male
seeking residence in Ann Arbor this
summer. Reduced summer rates. Call
NO 8-7683. )44D
SUMMER SUBLET beautifully furnished
apartment; living room, kitchen, bed-
room study, bathroom. Available mid-
dle of June, no children. Call evenings
NO 8-7397, Days Horowitz, NO 3-1531
Ext. 388 or 7267. )47D
DOUBLE ROOMS and suites for rent,
summer and fall. Male students. Half
block from campus. Cooking privi-
leges. 417 E. Liberty. )43D
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-brown leather wallet on State
St. Sat. Call Janet, 577 Jordan Hall if
CARS FOR RENT
AVIS RENT-A-CAR or VAN for locale
or long distance use. Reasonable daily
weekly, or hourly rates. Nye Motor
Sales, Inc. 514 E. Washington St. NO
MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE now open
for playing. 1519 Fuller Road. )21
Seex solitude and adventure in the
Quetico-Superior wilderness. Canoe,
- complete camping equipment and
excellent food supplies only $5.50
per person per day. Grumman alu-
minum canoes. For colored booklet
and map, write to:
BILL ROM, Mgr., Canoe Country
Outtitters. Box 717C, Ely, Minnesota
Although adance in the win- Director, Local 212 UAW, will
ners' honor had been planned in speak on "Automation and the Po-
the AOPi front yard, Miss Kier- litical Future of American Labor"
dorf objected. "I can't waste any at 7:00 p.m. tomorrow, according
more energy," she sighed. to Earl Mandel, '56.
The talk, sponsored by Dissent
Forum, will be held in Room 261
A, Wesley Foundation at State and
Marquart will discuss economic
effects of automation, problems of
labor dislocation, and the effect
of automation on political parties.
ROBERT ROSSEN I
RICHARD BURTON [RE RIC MARCH
. AND TECHNICOLOR
HITS THE JACKPOT!
IN LAS VEGAS"
You'll come out a winnerl
DIAL NO 2-2513
"ONE OF THE
YEAR'S 10 BEST!"
-Basley Crowther, N.Y. Times
--Arthur Knight, Sat. Review
LARGE NATIONAL ORGANIZA-
TION WILL TRAIN SEVERAL
ALERT COLLEGE MEN FOR OUT-
SIDE CONTACT WORK IN LARGE
CITIES AND RESORT AREAS OF
M I C H I G A N. TRANSPORTATION
FURNISHED. NO EXPERIENCE NE-
CESSARY BUT YOU MUST HAVE
A NEAT, BUSINESSLIKE APPEAR-
ANCE AND ENJOY MEETING AND
TALKING WITH PEOPLE. EXCEL-
LENT EXPERIENCE REGARDLESS
OF YOUR FUTURE PLANS. SAL-
ARY $87.50 PER WEEK PLUS BO-
BOX NO. 20D.
RIDERS to Calif. Share expenses, leave
June 6 to 8. Call Raymond Rice, NO
Hickey's Service Station
Cor. N. Main & Catherine. NO 8-7717
varaa r~a i frr _ _, " VVV
" l " t :i
SMITH'S FLOOR COVERINGS
N. Main 207 E. Washington
Headquarters in Ann Arbor for:
Armstrong linoleum and tile
3-8321 NO 2-9418
New Atlas Tires
600 x 16, $12.95, 670 x 15, $14.95, ROOMS for summer, Men students. 1315
710 x 15, $16.95 (plus tax and your tire) Cambridge Road,. 66C
For Private Parties - Phone 3YP 9353
Hours: 11:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. -
1322 Washtenaw on Highway 23I
A CA REER
United Air Lines
Here's your opportunity for a wonderful career as a United
Air Lines' Stewardess. You'll meet interesting people, travel
throughout the country and receive excellent pay plus full
employee benefits and paid vacations.
Contact United now if you meet these qualifications:
Candidates must be attractive, unmarried, 21-27 years,
under 135 lbs., 5'2" to 5'7", good vision. You must have
college training, be a registered nurse or a high school
graduate with related experience in public contact work.
Candidates up to 5'8" in height now considered. I
Alpha Phi Omega: Meeting, May 17,
7:30 p.m., Rm. 3L-M, Union.
* . *
American Nuclear Society: Student
branch installation dinner, May 21, 6:30
p.m., Union. The speaker will be Dr.
W. H. Zinn. Non-members welcome.
Reservations are $3.00 and may be ob-
tained from R. Dalton, Ext. 747 or
Ext. 635 until Thursday, May 17.
Dissent Forum: Organizational meet.
ing, May 17, 7:30 p.m., Rm.261 A, Wes-
ley Foundation, First Methodist Church.
Frank Marquart, Educational Director,
Local 212 U.A.W. will be guest.
Hillel Foundation: Assembly meet-
ing, tonight, 7:00 p.m., Hillel.
Friday evening Sabbath service, 7:30
p.m., H;illel. Professor Kenneth E.
Boulding wilt speak on "Religion in the
« * *
International Center and Interna-
tional Students Association: Socia
hour, May 17, 4:30-6:00 p.m., Interna-
tional Center. Reverend Father Michael
Horoshko, Ukrainian Catholic priest
from Assumption College, Windsor, On-
tario, will be guest.
Michigan Union. All-staff meeting,
May 20, 7:15 p.m., Rm. 3B, Union. Roy
Lave, Union President and Don Robin-
son, backfield coach, will speak.
Newman Club: Interviews for Com-
mittee Chairmanships will be conducted
today and May 18 from 3 to 5 p.m. in
the first office of the Gabriel Richard
Ukrainian Students Club: Reverend
Father Michael Horoshko, Windsor, On-
tario, will be the guest speaker, May 17,
7:30 p.m., Gabriel Richard Center.
Westminster Student Fellowship: Cof-
fee Break, May 17, 3:30-5: p.m.; Pat
Pickett's apartment, 217 S. Observatory.
Midweek Vespers, tonight, 7:10 p.m.,
Presbyterian Student Chapel.
League Seminar-"Jeremiah," today,
Young Republican Club: There will
be a meeting of the University of Mich-
igan Young Republican Club on May 17,
7:30 p.m., Union. George Salade, lead-
er of the "Young Turks" will speak
on ''Can Cobo Beta Soapy?" Elections
will also be held. Refreshments will be
served. The meeting is open to the
Complete floor coverings shops
Mohawk and Bigelow carpets
Guaranteed installation or
WANTED TO BUY
PORTABLE, electric, 3-speed record
player. Phone Univ. ext. 519, Mon.,
Wed., Fri. )5K
LARGE BABY- CRIB, NO 2-3724. )41b
WANTED TO RENT
APT. WANTED-For student and wife
and 2 small children. Desire furnished
home or apartment, in or near Ann
Arbor from June 20 to August 15.
will pay up to $250. Phone NO. 8-
GIRL'S BIKE, fully equipped, good con-
dition. Nancy Cupp, NO 8-9410 after
5. . )217B
SIAMESE-Seal Pointe kittens with pa-
pers. Stud service. Call Peterson's,
NO 2-9020. )210B
AitMY, NAVY type oxfords--$.88, sox
39c, shorts 69c, military supplies,
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
UNITED AIR LINES OFFICE
D. H. ROBINSON
District Personnel Manager
United Air Lines
5959 South Cicero
Chicago 38, Illinois
INTER-ARTS UNION ART SHOW
NOON FRIDAY Is The Deadline
For Submitting WORK
to the GENERATION OFFICE at
THE STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BUILDING
:"r.4 EARN $25!
Cut yourself in on the Lucky
: : Droodle gold mine. We pay $25 I
for all we use-and for a whole I
:'raft we don't use! Send your I
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Include your name, address, col-
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