THURSDAY, SimirT AMER 27,1956
THE MCHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREW
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MSU, U of M To Hold
By SANNA SCHEINFELD
Promotion of better relations
between Michigan State University
and University of Michigan stu-
dents will be the objective of the
first Big Ten intercollegiate dormi-
tory mixer to be held from 8:30
to 11:30 p.m. Saturday; Oct. 3, in
Men from East and West Shaw
Assembly will present "College
Kick-Off" from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday in the League.
In keeping with the theme of
this annual I-Hop, decorations
will feature a football motif. Up-
on entering the ballroom, couples
will view a big block UM at one
end and a similar UCLA at the
other. Nine paper football players
will adorn the whole second floor
of the League, according to deco-
rations chairman Elsie Scherer.
Paul Brodie's band will provide
the intermission entertainment as
well as the music for dancing in
Couples may dance to the music
of Don Kenney's band in the Hus-
sey room. Weary couples will find
relaxation in the other rooms on
the second floor.
Appropriate attire for women
will be semi-formal or cocktail
while the men may wear dark suits.
It has been requested that there
be no corsages.
Tickets to the I-Hop will be on
sale today and tomorrow on the
Diagonal, at the Administration
Building and the League Under-
graduate- Office. They may also be
secured at the door the night of
Central committee members re-
sponsible for planning the affair
include Marge Brake, general
chairman; Ann Cozell who is
handling the tickets and Joanne
Preston, chairman of the programs
and patrons committee.*
Publicity for the dance has been
handled by Barb Holmberg while
Dorothy Uren has had charge of
the finance and orchestra com-
I-Hop is traditionally the first
big Assembly sponsored social
eveigt of the year.
halls, Michigan State dorms, have
been invited to attend the mixer
sponsored by Cooley House in East
Quadrangle. To further good rela-
tions, coeds from several women's
houses on campus have also been
Their houses include Angell,
Hinsdale in Alice Lloyd, Klein-
stueck, Palmer, Martha Cook,
Prescott, Stockwell, Tyler and Vic-
The idea for a dormitory inter-
collegiate:: mixer originated with
C. Gus Gianikaris, Assistant Resi-
dent Advisor of Cooley House. The
plans were carried out by Cooley's
social chairman, Keith Oppenneer,
who visited the president of Michi-
gan State University Inter-resi-
dential council last weekend and
presented the idea of him.
Coeds, Men Pledge Attendance
Shaw Hall was selected to repre-
sent Michigan State because it is
one of the smallest units on cam-
pus and can safely promise 150
men. Social chairmen of each of
the women's houses mentioned
promise 'that a certain number of
coeds will attend the event along
with 150 men from Cooley House.
Square dancing will be called by
the square dance caller from Lane
Hall in one of the south dining
rooms. In the other south dining
room will be dancing to records.
General mixing and, refreshments
will be found in the lounges.
The mixer is open only to those
To Be Sold
Orders for the "official" Uni-
versity coed, blazer, featuring a
crest on the pocket, are being
taken from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
today and tomorrow on the second
floor of the Women's Swimming
Jo Manning, co-ordinator of the
sale, says that orders will also
be taken through the noon hour
for the convenience of the coeds.
Matching and contrasting skirts
and Bermuda shorts may also be
orderedratthis time. They will be
available in shetland tweed and
doeskin and colored flannels as
well as a variety of styles.
Coeds will, receive personal fit-
tings at the order sessions, with
all alterations, expect shortening
of the sleeves, at no extra charge.
A deposit of $5 is required as a
down: payment on the blazer.
Other features of the popular
jacket are the University besides
creston the pocket are a choice
of colors for piping on the edges of
An extra pocket is included with
each blazer. Coeds use this to
replace the crested pocket after
they have graduated.
Profits from the sale will go to
the Women's Athletic Association,
sponsors of the sale.
SMALL UNFURNISHED house suitable
for student couple with baby. Near
park. Reasonable rent for responsible
tenants. Refrences. Call NO 3-5545
after one. )C4
UNFURNISHED except for stove and
refrigerator. Clean 5 room and bath
apt. 2 family near campus for quiet
couple-no children or pets, garage.
Phone NO 3-5929. )C5
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
Allen's Trailer Court
1 Mile West of Clinton on U.S. 112
Phone GI 6-6687
ATTRACTIVE-A large basement apt.
Convenient, quiet and reasonable. Re-
ply Box 18-A, Mich. Daily. )C2
MODERN APARTMENTS for one to four
persons. One block from campus. 514
Forest. Call NO 2-1443 or NO 2-7720,
TRAI LER SITES
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. )C1
ROOMS FOR RENT
DOUBLE ROOMS for 20 more men,
new furniture) Linens furnished.
$8.00 per week per man. Also large
furnished 4-room apartment for 4
men, $155, all utilities included.
Phone NO 86415 days only )D3
WANTED-Student to share furnished
room, kitchen facilities, near campus.
NO 2-3776. )S7
THE BUTTS & SWISHER CO.
FOR ANN ARBOR WOODS
Office (Washtenaw at Stadium)
Models Open Daily 10-8
214 E. Washington No 3-0800
THREE BEDROOM Colonial, excellent
condition, basement recreation area,
11, baths, double garage, large corner
lot, near schools. Michigan Daily, Box
17-A. ) R2
GANG: Forget the "Rock'n Roll." It's
Adlai tonight at 7:30 in the League.
members are entitled to special rates
to Time, Life, Reporter, Sports Ill.,
etc. Student Periodical, NO 2-3061.
TO AID your budget: Installment buy-
ing for 1957 MICHIGANENSIAN. Pay
$1.00 down and the balance by Feb-
ruary 21, 1957.
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, Mich-
igan, for free details or phone WOod-
.WOodward 3-5776. )F1
CARS FOR RENT
AVIS RENT-A-CAR or VAN for local or
long distance use. Reasonable. Daily,
weekly or hourly rates. Nye Motor
Sales Inc., 514 E. Washington St.
NO 6-4156. )S1
ROOM AND BOARD
BOARD at Michigan Co-op House, 315
North State. 20 meals a week for $8.75
and five hours work. Contact Karel
Cibulka, President, between 5:00 and
7:00 P.M., NO. 2-9414. )E2
BOARDERS WANTED - Home cooked
food and reasonable rates. Call NO 2-
9431. Ask for the steward. )E1
here you are!!
2805 E. Michigan
Phone SYP 4958
GRADUATE STUDENT'S wife and
mer kindergarten teacher would
to care for child either in her4
home or yours. NO 3-3163.
GOOD USED reconditioned Remington.
Standard Typewriter. $20. Call NO 3-
6067 bet. 5 and 7 P.M. )B41
FOR SALE-Paasche Model Roman V
airbrush. Never used. $15. The Paint
Pot. 707 Packard. NO 2-0533. )B40
FOR RECREATION ROOM-Used pin-
ball games. In good shape. $25 and
$35. Phone NO 2-9490 after 5. )B39
1955. 41 ft. New Moon Trailer on lot. 2-
male, 1 year old. Fully trained. Call
REASONABLY GOOD LOOKING bicy-
cle. Lights, horn, etc. Phone NO 8-
9092 after 6 P.M. )B37
ATLAS TI RES
670 x'15 ...$15.95
Exchange credit plus tax
HICKEY'S SERVICE STATION
300 N. Main
NEW SHIPMENTS of Olivetti and Olym-
pia typewriters just arrived. We have
been out. People have been waiting
JIM WHITE, Inc.
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 4980
1952. Ford cab & chassis, good tires 54800
1939 Chev.DBlack. - new tires 561y
1952 Chev. 1 Ton Panel- Look this
UNION TRYOUTS-The Union
has scheduled two tryout, meet-
ings for 4:15 and 7:15 p.m. today.
Sponsors from Michigras, Homne-
coming, Hatcher Open Houses, Or-
ientation, Glee Club and the
Union's Saturday night dances will
explain the functioning of each of
these activities at both meetings.,
A mass rushing smoker will be
held immediately after the 7:15
p.m. tryout meeting.
* *' *
INFORMATION - Telephone
numbers and addresses of women
students may be obtained at the
Social Director's Office of the
Michigan League Building by call-
ing 3-1511, ext. 2967 or 2968 from
9 a.m. to noon and 1:30 to 5:30°
p.m. Monday through Friday and
9 a.m. to noon Saturdays.
TROICAL FISH-Plants and aquarium
supplies, exotic birds, pet supplies,
and baby'alligators. Sale on white
328 E. Liberty NO 3-0224
RE-WEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop, 224 Nickels Arcade.
319 E. Huron
Ann Arbor's only Master Photographer
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
2007 South State NO 2-3350
Bumping and Painting
FALL window washing and eave trough
cleaning. Work done by experienced
,men. Call NO 2-9755. )J4
EXPERIENCED Operators in Beauty
work of all kinds. Ritz Beauty Salon,
605 E. William, NO. 8-7t66. )J3
9 x 12 Cotton Rugs
Also rugs all sizes at special prices.
SMITH"S FLOOR COVERING
207 E. Washington
Phone NO 2-9418
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-A white wallet containing im-
portant identification. Reward. Call
NO 2-128. )A3
LOST-Horn-rimmed glasses (Republic
Optical Co., Denver, Colo. 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. )A1
1952 PLY., R&H, good condition, bar-
gain $250, 305 Cooley E,Q.-NO 2-4591.
1951 BUICK Riviera, black and white
beauty with all the extras. Mechan-
ically perfct. Must sell. NO 2-9941
after 4. )N16
1950 PLYMOUTH, two door, excellent
body and running condition. $375.
Phone NO 3-0147 evenings. )N17
1951 STUDEBAKER-radio, heater, over-
drive. Excellent transportation at
reasonable cost. Call NO 3-4855. )N1O
1948 CADILLAC, excellent condition,
$285 or best offer. Call Ypsilanti
1Q49 XJ after 5:30 P.M. )N13
" Prompt, efficient
* Safe buy used cars sold
with a written life-time
SAlways a good deal on a
a new Lincoln or
3345 Washtenaw Ave.
Ph. NO 2-4197
314 S. State St.
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
DISILLUSIONED-Will sell engagement
ring cheap. Phone NO 2-3697. Ask for
PRIZE-WINNING, 'German shepherd,
male, 1 year old. Fully trained. Call
NO 9903. )B30
BLOND OAK Desk and Chair. Modern,
$50. 3 pair modern drapes. Call NO 2-
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.
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
WANTED-well formulated young lady
to pose for cover, picture of magazine.
Must have bathing suit that barely
fits. Call NO 5-5140 between 7 and 8
HOUSE PARENT, male, 23 years or over,
part time. Board, room. Salary de-
pends on hours work available. Work
about 25 hours per week. Excellent
experience for social work psychology
or education major. Location 40 min-
utes from University. Children's Vil-
lage, 26645W. 6 mile road, Detroit,
KE 1-4060. )H1
Opening for 3 well dressed V. of M.
men. Average $50 per week working
evenings and weekends. Car neces-
sary. See Mr. Hollowell-Room 3G
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.
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER AND
TYPIST accounts payable, pay rol,
general journals, and social security
returns. Good salary, state qualifica-
tions. Box 16-A, The Michigan Daily.
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
REGISTERED NURSES for private duty
full or part time. Community Nurs-
ing Bureau, 401 Thompson. Phone
NO 8-6515 and NO 3-4859. )H6
RADIO and TV Serviceman. Hi Fl Sales-
man, Ann Arbor Radio and' TV, 1217
So. Univ. Call NO 8-7942. )H5.
1953, Chev3 Ton Pickup, a steal at 40800
zton Stake Body at .439°°
1951 Hudson 2 Dr. Black -one
owner - R&H
. / 3310
1950 Chev. 2 Dr. Black - new tires
& good motor
1951 Chev. 2 Dr. Dk. Green -
1952 Ply. 4 Dr.
. a a a
a . r U
- Green, R&H
1951- Hudson 4 Dr. R&l.
1949 Ford 4 Dr. V8trans. 1250
1951 Chev. 2 Dr. Mechanically
r s "
1950 Merc. 2 Dr. Motor & tires OK 95°°
1948 Hudson 2 Dr. R&H., not too bad.750
1950 Hudson 4 Dr. Blue, R&H
1950 Ford 2 Dr. R&H New tires
1950 Dodge 2 Dr. One owner
. . . .
1950 Chev. Hard Top
... that you are invited to
see our Fall and Winter trunk showing of
Lanz Originals tomorrow, Sept. 28. Mr. Jer-
ry Carmen, Lanz special representative, will
be with us to advise you on your selections.
There will be informal modeling all day.
USED CARS USED CARS
at it's BEST .. , because
1. We are close to the campus.
to choose from
Ashley at Liberty & 1st & W. Washington