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TSE' MICMGAN DAILY

26, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SKING WHISKERS AWAY:

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Bearded Men to Gain Fortune, Fame

WANTED TO BUY USED

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By ALLAN T. STILLWAGON
Men, does your girl complain
about your scratching five o'clock
shadow?
Does she urge you to visit an
ancient Indian barber for hair-by-
hair removal?
Here is an opportunity to, ridf
yourself of domestic quarrels over
stubble, and gain fame and riches.
Prove your virility, and throw
away troublesome razors and
creams.
A New Jersey firm has an-
nounced a nationwide search for
men with a beard growth of over
three months. Newspaper ads from
coast to coast are joining in the
search for men who wish to re-
ceive $5000 per ounce of the beards!
Dewey Talk
To Kick Off
GOP Rally
By DIANE LA BAKAS
Twelve years ago the University
saw its first alumnus head a major
party ticket.
Today that alumnus, Thomas E.
Dewey, wil return to speak at a
Republican rally in Hill Auditor-
ium at 8:30 p.m. A former Daily
editor, Dewey was graduated in
1923 and received his L. L. M. in
1931.
He was described by his Univer-
sity friends as a "quiet, amiable
boy who tended to write serious.
articles."
After graduating from Columbia
University's law school in 1925,
Dewey went to work for a New
York law firm: By 1931, he was
appointed chief assistant to the
New York District. Attorney.
Finding New York City, infested
with crime, vice and racketeering,
Dewey made an impressive list of
c o nv i c t i o n s which included
"Lucky" Luciano and Fritz Kuhn,
the "feuhrer" of the American
nazi bund.
His ambition won him the New
York County District Attorney po-
sition in 1938, defeating 'Tammany
Hall; by the greatest majority in
its history.
Still climbing upward-on the
political ladder, Dewey was elected
New York Governor In 1942, win-
ning by 648,000 votes,.and was re-
elected in 1946 and 1950. He won
the Republican presidential nom-
inations in 1944 and 1948, losing
both times.

which they will shave on a net-
work TV program.
Demonstrations Planned
An electric shaver corporation
plans to demonstrate the merits of
its product this fall by demon-
strating the ease with which the
shaver will whisk away full beards.
Its advertising associates have
launched the campaign to lure
bearded men over 21. years of age
for filming of their first exposure
to daylight.
In addition to a $5000 per ounce
payment for the beard, winners
of the search will receive an all-
expense paid jtrip to Hollywood,
and free accomodations at the
Beverly Hills Hotel.
To qualify for selection, men

need only mail sample strands of
their beard to the company (the
samples presumably become the
property of the corporation and
its employees and affiliates), with
a close-up snapshot of the full
beard. No facsimiles are accep-
table.
Details of age and occupation
are required, and payment will be
made immediately upon shaving.
Students are urged, however,
not to drop, their Principals of
Taxonomy and apply for residence
hall refunds.
Beard Shirts
An investigation of the floor of
the Michigan Union Barber Shop
suggests that an ounce of beard

might easily be enough for a wo-
ven hair shirt. The volume of such
a weight is very impressive, and
it seems doubtlful that one would
pass up the opportunity to set a
new campus style trend.
Those few local personalities
already equipped with beards re-
ceived notice of the offer with
an icy silence, but thawed just
enough to suggest that the re-
porter sell his left arm to the Zo-
ology laboratory. Therefore, there
seems to be some chance of grow-
ing attached to the growth.
Still, goldfish swallowing seems
to be on the way out, and blood
can only be sold by the healthiest,
so perhaps this sort of thing holds
promise.

CARS

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USED CARS

USED CARS

College Roundup
By SUSAN KARTUS
UCLA's Daily Bruin reported the results of a pre-election survey
of 1300 students at 24 colleges.
The startling returns indicated that only two out of five college
students, eligible to vote for the first stime, do not intend to cast a
ballot in November.
When questioned as to their chief complaints regarding our
political parties, almost 50 percent "found this too remote or com-
plicated. or plain political" to express an opinion.
Of the students interviewed, 71 per cent admitted that their
choice of a candidate would be "srtongly influenced" by the candi-
date's personality and appearance,, whlie 34 per cent indicated zero
interest in who would or should be our next vice president.
*.s .
The University of Illinois does not seem to be quite as politically
lethargic as this poll would indicate.
The Daily Illini was furiously writing editorials over the restric-
tion prohibiting sspeakers other than candidates for president or vice
president from delivering political addresses on University property
or in any University building.
Richard J. Stengel, Democratic nominee from Illinois for the
United States Senate, was required to speak to the students from a
jeep, located 14 feet away from the campus. The audience stood on
University property.
Up until last year, no political candidate could speak on Uni-
versity of Illinois property.. The ban was modified at that time to in-
clude presidential or vice presidential candidates. The reason for the
ban is the danger of bringing the University into politics.
* * .
Political problems are not the only ones at Illinois.'
A "booze blues" has spread over the campus at Champaign. The
Daily Illini was very disturbed aboutsthe "deadly clutches of econom-
ic injustice." While. allowances from home remain the same, they
are now forced to pay a nickel more for that vital commodity-beer.
The editorial claims that this price increase will bring far-
reaching results. Poorer students may be forced to study and con-
sequently learn something. This would be dreadful.
At Brigham Young University two fellows are keeping the old
tradition of the colorful college student .alive.
They call themselvese certified movie and party goers and, for
a small fee, will attend any movie or party for you. The boys also
award a trophy each week for the coed who cooks them the best meal.

Gov. Craig
Gives Tax

USED ENGLISH bike wanted, boy's
model, Call Robert Sayles, NO 2-6436.
)K1
HELP WANTED
PART-TIME
Opening for 3 well dressed U. of M.
men. Average $50 per week working
evenings and weekends. Car neces-
sary. See Mr. Hollowell-Room 30
at the Union, Thurs., Sept. 27th-4
P.M. sharp. )H18
STUDENTS-part time work; 1, 2, or 3
nights a week. $1.00 per hour. Apply
in person after 1:30 P.M. Drake's
Sandwich Shop, 709 N. University.
)H17
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER A N D
TYPIST, accounts payable, pay roll,
general journals, and social security
returns. Good salary, state qualifica-
tions. Box 16-A, The Michigan Daily.
)H12
CARRIERS 'for the Michigan Daily
for immediate opening, also for future
openings. Good pay, No collecting,
Morning delivery, bicycle or car nec-
essary. Call NO 2-3241 and leave phone
number, name and address. )H1
BABY SITTER M W F 12:30-3:30, please
call NO 3-6321. )H16
Sales. Representative
reliable firm .Full-time position.
No canvassing. Training pro-
gram offered. Salary plus cam-
mission. Paid vacation and in-
surance. Transportation and
leads furnished. Apply morn-
ing to Mr. Swope, manager..
Singer Sewing Center
114 S, Main St.
)H2

'46 PACKARD, Radio and Heater. Good
condition. Cheap. Call NO 2-5950. )N15
1951 STUDEBAKER-radio, heater, over-
drive. Excellent transportation at
reasonable cost. Call NO 3-4855. )N10
1950 CHEVROLET, two-door, good con-
dition, low mileage, $375. Call NO 5-1
5194 after 5. )N1i
1948 CADILLAC. excellent condition,
$285 or best offer. Call Ypsilanti
1049 XJ after 5:30 P.M. )N13
1952 PLYMOUTH, R&H, good condition,
bargain $250, 305 Cooley E. Q. - NO 2-
4591. )N12
MISCELLANEOUS
FOX MOTEL,
(Formerly Boyd's)

2805 E. Michigan

Phone 3YP 4958
)S4

Raise Hint
WASHINGTON OP) - Gov.
George N. Craig said yesterday
that Indiana probably will have' to
raise its gasoline tax from 4 to 5
cents a gallon to keep, pace with
the new federal highway building
program.
Craig said the extra revenue
would attract good engineers and
"help us keep the ones we've got."
Craig said he would be reluctant
to increase the gasoline tax, add-

ing: REGISTERED NURSES for private duty
"It's my belief that we probably full or part time. Community Nurs-
could get by with the present gas in Bureau, 401 Thompson. Phone
tax of 4 cents, subject to careful
figuring. But to take the time lag RADIO and TV Serviceman. Hi Ft Sales-
out, we should have at least a man, Ann Arbor Radio and TV, 1217
1-cent increase. So. Univ. Call NO 8-7942. )HK1
"I don't want to say definitelyF
now. We'll have to study the fig- FOR SALE
ures and see what a 1-cent tax
boost would enable us to do. But
it is my guess that a 1-cent tax

DRIVING BAN:

Acute Ann Arbor Parking Problem Seen

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been issued since the beginning
of Orientation..
Figures Hit Peak
Figures hit this year's peak Sept.
18, when 941 violations were re-
corded. Parking violations have
increased from 500 on a normal
weekend' to .1,000 last weekend.
"The thing's so tight that
'people are driving in any place,
whether Its a prohibited zone or
not," Lt. chlupe said.
However, Ann Arbor's accident
rate has not increased noticeably,
he said.
Police Chief Casper M. Enke-
Inann expects a steady decrease in
violations as the semester pro-
gresses "because hundreds of stu-
dents who had cars here for orien-
tation and the first few days of
classes are no longer driving."
Problem More Acute
The parking, problem has be-
come more acute this year because
more non-student Ann Arbor resi-
dents are driving tlhan ever be-
fore. An unusually large number
of teen-age drivers and "more two-

car families than we've ever had"
have complicated the situation, ac-
cording to Chief Enkemann.
City and University officials
have co-ordinated efforts to allev-
iate the problem as much as pos-
sible.
Parking space for 3,500 Univer-
sity staff drivers has been created
by the office in charge of Uni-.
versity Staff Parking.
"We have provided facilities for
3,500 cars, but we have 8,000 po-
tential ,users for those spaces,"
Francis C. Shiel, manager of Serv-
No UCLA Pep
Rally Planned
No organized pep rally Is
planned by the Wolverine Club for
this Friday night.,
According to Mike Jacobson of
the Wolverine Club, the first pep
rally' will be held next Friday
night, in preparation for the up-
coming Michigan-Michigan State
game.

ice Enterprises, who is in charge
of staff' parking, said.
A new carport on Church Street
will accomodate an additional 470
cars. However, ,because of the
space taken up by the construction
of a new library' and the carport
itself, there will be a net gain of
only 250 parking spaces.
University officials are pessi-
mistic about the possibilities of
construction of more carports or
parking lots. "Property is just too
expensive to make further expan-
sion of parking facilities practical,"
Shiel said.
Part of the blame for the prob-
lem was laid to the fact that stu-
dents aren't taking advantage of
the free lots open to them.
The lots at the north end of the
stadium, Fuller St. near Glen Ave.
and the colliseum lot are not used
by the students "because they
think parking' there will leave
them too far from campus," Shiel
said.

increase may be indicated."
The new federal program has
already brought an increase in the
federal gasoline tax from 2 cents
to 3.
Any increase in Indiana's tax
would have to come from action
of the 1957 Legislature after Craig
leaves office next January.
Craig said there now is 81 mil-
lion dollars in federal aid avail-
able for Indiana highways; 70 mil-
lion of it is for the new interstate
highway network.
Craig commented on the gaso-
line tax question after talking1
with C. D. Curtiss, commissioner
of public roads.
Organization j
Notices
Use of this column is restricted to
OFFICIALLY REGISTERED student or-
ganizations. Registration forms are
available in the Office of Student Af-
fairs, 1020 Administration , Building.
Registration for the current semester
should be completed not later than
October 12.
* * *
Alpha Phi Omega, Meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Union.
Kappa Phi, Dinner Meeting, 5:15 p.m.
Thursday, Youth Room of First Metho-
dist Church.
* * *
Modern Dance Club, Meeting and
Lesson, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Barbour
Gymn Dance Studio, Both men and
women are welcome.
* . *
Newman Club, Dunkers Hour after
UCLA game at Father Richard Center.
Westminster Student Fellowship, Hour
of Prayer, 4:15-5:15 p.m. Sanctuary of
Presbyterian Chruch.
Students for Stevenson ,Meeting, 7:30
p.m. Henderson room of the League,
Speakers: Prof. Morris Janowits and
Mrs. Marckwardt.

35mm
Slide

Projectors

STARTING AT
$19.95
PURCHASE FROM
PURCHASE
CAMERA SHOP
1116 S. University. Phone NO 8-6972
) B35
NEW SHIPMENTS of Olivetti and Olym-
pia typewriters just arrived. We have
been out. People have been waiting
for them.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Large, new, modern, mobile
home side, in beautiful Irish Hills
region. Heated laundry with dryer
and extractor. Close to restaurant,
dairy, bar, super market, school bus
pickup. Modern trailers only. Contact
in advance.
Allen's Trailer Court
1 Mile West of Clinton on U.S. 112.
Phone GI 6-6687
)C3
ATTRACTIVE-A large basement apt.
Convenient, quiet and reasonable. Re-
ply Box 18-A, Mich. baily. )C2
MODERN APARTMENTS for one to four
persons. One block from campus. 514
Forest. Call NO 2-1443 or NO 2-7720.
TRAILERSITES
FOR RENT
Space available, lots 40 x 60', side-
walks, patios, excellent water, spa-
cious private living. 20 minutes east
of Ann Arbor, 2 miles west of
Wayne, Michigan at Haggerty Road.
Canton Mobile Village. )C
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-A white wallet containing im-
portant identification. Reward. :Call
NO 2-1238. )A3
LOST-Billfold Natural pigskin, navy
and Coastguard I.D Valuable only to
owner. Reward. Call NO 3-1511 Ext.
635. Stanley B. Koehler. )A5
LOST-Horn-rimmed glasses (Republic
Optical Co., Denver, Coo .on case).
Call Beverly Edwards, NO 2-1146. )A4
LOST-Blue poplin rain scarf to match-
ing coat Sunday, between Couzens
and Main Library. Reward. E. Scherer,
2123 Couzens. Phone NO 2-2521. (A2
YELLOW GOLD women's Bulova watch.
Narrow expansion' band. Lost between
First Methodist Church, (State Street)
and Martha Cook Dorm )A
BUSINESS SERVICES
FINE. PHOTOGRAPHY
since 1890
Rentschler Studio
309 E, Huron
Ann Arbor's only Master Photographer
)J0
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT 'SHOP
2007 South State NO 2-3350
Bumping and Painting
)J
FALL window washing and eave trough
cleaning. Work done by experienced
men. Cal NO 2-9755. )J4
EXPERIENCED Operators in Beauty
work of all kinds. Ritz Beauty Salon,
605 E. William, NO. 8-7066. )J3
9 x 12 Cotton Rugs
Beautiful Colors
$29.95
Also rugs all sizes at special prices.
SMITH'*S FLOOR COVERING
207 E. Washington
Phone NO 2-9418
)I
REAL ESTATE
THE BUTTS & SWISHER CO.
REALTORS
FOR ANN ARBOR WOODS
Office (Washtenaw at Stadium)
Models Open Daily 10-8
214 E. Washington No 3-800
)R
THREE BEDROOM Colonial, excellent
condition, basement recreation area,
1%z baths, double garage, large corner
lot, near schools. Michigan Daily, Box
17-A. )R2
SITUATION WANTED

1952 Ply. 4 Dr. -Green, R&H

49800

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STUDENTS WELCOME,'
& here you are!!
JIM WHITE, lnc.
Here's some NO MONEY DOWN cars with
approved credit, with easy payments-
terms to suit and ideal transportation -
Bring your title and let's trade.
1953 Chev.4 Dr. R&H. Ready to go 49800
1952 Ford cab & chassis, good tires 54800
1939 Chev. 2 Dr. Black-new tires 5615
1952 Chev.1 Ton Panel- Look this
one over .... . .. 4980
1953 Chev Ton Pickup, a steal 4t 40800
1950 Chev. 2 ton Stake Body at . 43900
1951 Hudson 2 Dr. Black -one
owner - R&H . ..2330
1950 Chev.2 Dr. Black - new tires
& good mrnotor ... , 24800
1951 Chev. 2 Dr. Dk. Green -

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R&H - A-1 .

. .S I 4110

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MORRILL'S
314 S. State St.

NO 3-2481
)B36

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INDIA ART SHOP 0
Announces a new shipment '
of rare beauty
0 JEWELRY --- of copper and silver and
gold.,. SCARVES of magnificent col-
ors... WOOD CARVINGS of delicate
design and appeal. We have durable and
serviceable merchandise --Works that o

1951 25 Foot house trailer with option
to rent present lot. For further infor-
mation Call R.. Kneght-Ypsilanti
5110 Ext. 71. 12-5 Mon.-Fri. )B34
FOR SALE-typewriter, Royal portable
2 Years old, seldom used, $85. Call
NO 3-1841. )B33
GIRLS' new Bike. Half price $25.00.
Phone Lee afternoons 2-4534, eveningsI
3-6203. )B32
DISILLUSIONED-Will sell engagement
ring cheap. Phone NO 2-3697. Ask for
Jim, )B31
PRIZE-WINNING, German shepherd 1
year old. Call NO 2-9903. )B30
MAN'S ENGLISH Bicycle, 1 year. Red,
3-speed, hand brakes, light. $37.50.
Call Grey Austin. University ext. 2851.
)B29
BLOND OAK Desk and Chair. Modern,
$50. Call NO 2-9903. )B21
FOR SALE: Tuxedo-size 40 in excellent
condition. $35. Phone NO 3-5173. )B20
E. LEITZ Microscope. Excellent condi-
tion. Call NO 3-6455. )B22
ARMY-NAVY type oxfords-$7.25; sox,
39c; shorts, 69c; military supplies.
Sam's Store, 122 East Washington.
)B12
MODERN mobile home, ideal for mar-
ried' couple, complete with TV, awn-
ing, fuel barrel, choice lot available,
priced universally low for quick sale,
cash or terms. Ready to move in.
Phone Ypsilanti 2930 M after 5 P.IM.
weekdays. )B7
BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED, custom
built house. Large 12 x 20 living room
with fireplace, picture window, book-
shelves capable of holding 400-500
books. Roomy .kitchen with breakfast
room; ventilator fan, twin bed size
bedrooms, wardrobe closets, tile bath.
10 x 14 enclosed porch, attached gar-
age, brand new gas furnace and water
heater. Other fine features as cen-
tral air conditioning, steel casement
Windows, magnetic door catches. Cor-
ner lot with 165 ft. Frontage. Draper-
ies, TV antennas in cluded. Phone
NO 2-9249. 102 Westwood Ave. )B9
BOX SPRING, double bed standard
size, brand new, Phone NO 3-2015.
)B27
BOY'S ENGLISH bike, like new, rea-
sonable. 727 S. State, apt, 1 even-
ings. )B26

1951 Chev.

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perfect

29500

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1950 Merc. 2 Dr.Motor & tires OK 9500
1948 Hudson 2 Dr,, R&HJ, not too bad 7500

1950 Hudson 4 Dr. Blue- R&H
1950 Ford 2 Dr. R&H New tires
1950 Dodge 2 Dr. One owner

. 14500
. 19500

GRADUATE STUDENT'S wife and
mer kindergarten teacher would
to care for child either in her
home or yours. NO 3-3163.

1951 Hudson 4 Dr. R&H.
Perfect Motor

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22500

1949 Ford 4 Dr. V8

-idealtrans. 125

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for-
like
own'
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"To catch a man," said Violette
"Me wisest gals play hard to getl"
To seem remote and quite aloof
She sat six years upon the~roof.
"It doesn't seem to work," she said
And so she clobbered them instead.
She shrugged, "I do the best I can
Unconscious or not, a man is a man!

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Dr. Mechanically

PERSONAL
IT'S IMPOSSIBiE to buy Life at 8c;
Time-6c; Sports 111.-8c and other
magazines such as the New Yorker,
Reader's Digest, Esquire, Playboy,
Newsweek, etc., unlss by subscribing
through the Student Periodical
Agency. Phone NO 2-3061, 9 a.m.-
10 p.m. )F-4
BEETLE-I'M meeting Cliff Norton's
niece Wed., 7:15 P.M. WCBN 650 or
1150. Come Ahead. ALVIN. ALVIN!
WHO'S ALVIN? )F8
TO AID your budget: Installment buy-
ing for 1957 MICHIGANENSIAN. Pay
$1.00 down and the balance by Feb-
ruary 21, 1957.
PERSONAL
SHIRLEY: Thanks anyway but have a
date with Adlai tomorrow night at
7:30 in the League. )Flo

& clean .
1950 Chev. Hard Top.-

. 2850

- R&H &
n' = .9500

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Power Glide.
other cars

75

&

trucks

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to choose from

2 BIG LOT
Ashley at Liberty & 1st & W.

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