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22 1955

Puppet Play,
Gift Exhibit
Open Soon
Events sponsored by Detroit In-
stitute of Arts this weekend will
include two marionette shows and
an exhibition of Christmas gifts.
Merten Marionettes, Toronto,
Ont., will give two shows at 10:30
a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Saturday in
the Institute's auditorium. Several
variety acts will demonstrate mar-
ionette manipulation.
Fantasy Featured
Each string puppet program will
feature "Googie and the Scare-
mouse," an animal world fantasy,
"The Princess and the Swineherd,"
based on a Hans Christian Ander-
son fairy tale, and two sets of
variety acts.
George Merten, marionettes' cre-
ator-manipulator, is an advisor to
Ontario Department of Education.
He recently conducted a marion-
ette construction and manipula-
tion workshop for Detroit profes-
sionals and expert amateurs at the
Institute.
Second major weekend event
will be the sixth annual "Design
for Christmas" exhibition open-
ing.
300 Objects on Display
The exhibit includes more than
300 objects of American manufac-
ture and distribution. All price
ranges are represented. Objects
are available at local stores or
direct from the manufacturer.
Products on display include
furniture, china, fabrics, glassware,
silverware, toys, kitchen-utensils
and accessories. Dealer lists will
be available at the exhibition for
Christmas shoppers' convenience.
"Design for Christmas," continu-
ing at Detroit Institute through
Dec. 41, was originally organized
by Boston's Institute of Contem-
porary Design.
Concurrently showing at the In-
stitute is "Michigan Artists Exhi-
bition," running to Dec. 18, and a
display by four European photo-
graphers, continuing to Dec. 31.

What Next? College Roundu Boulding Talk FARM
LONDON (W) -- The Moscow P Set For Toda
radio reports Russian inventors M A Rl
h1 Aradio th works off coal By TED FRIEDMAN or a college, a side of his character Prof. Kenneth Boulding of the
As using- batterythat C-f- new and even more severe he economics department will speak Detroit: St
verts heat from the gas into driving ban has been proposed to otheismarrie situations. One of theseonPigs and Politics at 7:30 p.m Open Wednesday
electricity, and alleviate the University of Colora- today in the League.
2. A refrigerator without a do's mounting traffic problems. * * for
motor, using materials (their This year Colorado began a Michigan State sharpsters seem The discussion of farm programs Farm-Fresh Fruits
nature undated) with peculiar Freshman driving ban, but "the to have pulled one over on us. will be before the Young Repub- Poultry and
heating and cooling qualities fact that there are more cars on Accordirng to the Michigan State lican Club.
which needs only half the elec- campus this year than last year News, "Four MSU students tried -___________________
tric current of conventional indicates that the Freshman car (successfully) to sell Spartan mag-
models. ban has done little or no good," azines on the U of M campus.
according to the Colorado Daily. "For over three hours, the super-
The new proposal would ban salesmen quartet performed the Bh mi he U
Carter to0 1'Te ll parking of all student cars within modern equivalent of selling ice
a one-mile radius of the center boxes to Eskimos.
of campus from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., "Approximately 130 magazines Slop'in and pick up youi
Monday through Friday. were sold to bewildered Ann Arbor
"It is a better solution than students who couldn't quite rea-
banning sophomore cars," Com- lize what their industrious neigh-
missioner Chandler Roosevelt said. bors to the north were doing."
W. Beverly Carter, publisher of She indicated that all student driv- The story appears to be true.
the Pittsburgh Courier, will discuss ing may be banned if no other One unhappy U of M student ex-
solution can be reached. plained he thought "The Spartan"
"The Role of the Negro Newspaper "We will take it to the students wsastr nMcia tt
in a Changing Society" at a Uni- before we presentitMs e was a satire on Michigan State
versity Lecture in Journalism to- velt said, referring to the present iversity.
morrow at 3 p.m. in Rackhamt proposal. "We have to make sure
Amphtheaer, ropoal. e hae tomaOesRreMA TRAVEL SERYIC
Aphitheater.we have a feasible plan with the W * soLerLL
Carter, a graduate of Pennsyl- students behind us."
vania's Lincoln University, is a Paul Hannon, Sigma Alpha Ep-14Nckels Arcade - NO 3-8597
former city editor of the Philadel- silon delegate and leader of the Elect Drew
phia Afro-American newspaper fight against the measure, called
and a 1954 Republican candidate it "wrong both practically and ~~
for Congress from Pennsylvania. ethically. Michigan Singers, the University;
He returned recently from an ex- "This plan would merely divide concert choir, has elected its offi-
tensive trip through both Europe the students, engender disrespect 1
and Africa. for university narkins reniuntians They are: Ed Drew, presiden ;

DARK, DISMAL, DREARY, DAMP-Such is the weather on the
University campus. Students claim that if one isn't satisfied "stay
around, it'll change in a few minutes."
Italian Exhibition Closes

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Today is the last day to view
"Major Work in Minor Scale," an
exhibition by five Italian artists
and five Italian sculptors at Alum-
ni Memorial Hall Museum of Art.
"Major Work in Minor Scale" is
on exhibit in the south gallery of
the Museum.
Concurrently showing with the
Italian exhibition is the Winston
Collection on display in the Mu-
seum's north and west galleries.
This exhibition is on. loan from
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Winston, of
Birmingham, Mich., and features
several representative mediums of
the art world. f
The Winston Collection exhibit
will be held over Thanksgiving va-
cation until Sunday.
Beginning Dec. 1 and running
through Dec. 21, will be an exhi-
bition of 'British Art'. Selections
in this field are taken from the
Museum's art collection.

Also, in December will be an ex-
hibition of 'Expressionist Prints'.
This exhibit will run from Dec. 6
through Dec. 27.
Organization1
Notices
Congregational-Disciples Guild: In-
formal tea, today, 4:30-5:30 p.m., Guild
House.
Hillel Foundation: Cultural Com-
mittee meeting, tonight, 7:00 p.m.,
Hillel.
Social Committee meeting, tonight,
7:30 p.m., Hillel.
11 Circolo Italiano: Chiacherata, to-
day, 3:15 p.m., Club 600, South Quad.
* * *
Young Republican Club: Tonight,
7:30 p.m., Professor Kenneth Boulding
will speak on "Of Pigs and Politics" at
the League, room D (third floor), open
to public.

leading the .parade

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DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
THE Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes no editorial responsi-
bility. Notices should be sent in
TYPE WRITTEN form to Room 3553
Administration Building before 2 p.m.
the day preceding publication. Notices
for the Sunday edition must be in
by 2 p.m. Friday.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1955
VOL. LXVII, NO. 49
General Notices
Regents' Meeting: Tues., Dec. 13.
Communications for consideration at
this meeting must be in the President's
hands not later than Dec. 5.
Students who are now securing their
new " automobile license plates (1956)
should record the change with the
Office of Student Affairs, 1020 Admin-
istration Building, at this time.
Notice is hereby given that the
University automobile regulations will
be lifted from 5:00 p.m. Wed., Nov. 23
until 8:00 a.m. Mon., Nov. 28, 1955.
Womens Swimming Pool-Thanksgiv-
ing Week-End Hours: iThe pool will be
open for recreational swimming at the
following times: Co-rec swimming-Sat.,
7:15-9:15 p.m., Sun., 3:00-5:00 p.m.;
Michigan Night-Sun., 7:15-9:15 p.m.
TIAA - College Retirement Equities
Fund. Participants in the Teachers In-
surance and Annuity Association retire-
ment program who wish to change their
contributions to the College Retirement
Equities Fund or to apply for or discon-
tinue participation in the Equities
Fund, will be able to make such changes
before -Dec. 15, 1955.
Staff members who have one-fourth
or one-third of- the contributions to
TIAA allocated to CREF may wish to
change to a one-half basis, or go from
the latter to a one-fourth or one-third
basis.
Student Government Council. Sum-
mary of proceedings of the meeting of
Nov. 18, 1955.
The minutes of the meeting of Nov.
9 were approved.
The Chairman, reporting as Count
Director, stated that in the campus
elections Nov. 15, 16 the following had
been elected to the membership on the
Council:
Janet Neary (re-elected), Joe Collins,
Roger Comstock, Donald Good, Andree
Knight.
Ratified: Constitution of the Big
Tex Student Body Presidents' Council.
(Continued on 'Page 4)

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