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By ELIZABETH ERSKINE
Panhellenic Association is spon-'
soring a jazz concert, "Jazz for
Moderns," at 8 p.m. Monday, Nov.
18 in Hill Auditorium, announced
Mary Tower, '59, second vice-pres-
ident.
Featuredrin thedconcert are
George Shearing and his sextet,

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other

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eech by
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ing quickly-'rose to, the "top ranks
of British instrumentalists."rk
Shearing first visited America
in Dec. 1946. A year later he tried
again and once more returned to
Britain. As he became known he
was persuaded to return once more
and soon was considered "the out-
standing foreign born musician
in the United States." He became
a naturalized citizen on May 26,
1956, in New Jersey.
Gerry Mulligan, born in New
York and raised in' Philadelphia,
started his career at 15 years of
age, arranging for a local band.
For the next few years he wrote
for the Gene Krupa, Elliott Law-
rence andClaude Thornhill bands.'
In 1951 he moved to the west
coast. Shortly thereafter he began
to tour the country and in 1953
led the featured American unit at
the Paris Jazz festival. Recently
he has been selected to play at the
first two Newport Jazz festivals
in Rhode Island.''
Mulligan Writes
Mulligan tries, to make time in
his schedule to write and think.
He. says, "I would just as soon be
on top in kind of a background
way than in the performing lime-
light. I think you can stay lo er
that way."
Chico Hamilton, a native Cali-
fornian, began playing profes-
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WANTED TO RENT furnished or un-
furnished 3 to 4 bedroom house, near
grade school, occupancy by Nov. 15,
permanent resident, local references,'
NO 3-0454. )52
BUSINESS SERVICES
PRINTING.
Specialties - 24 hour service
News Letters - Stationery
Fraternities -rSororities
Invites - Programs
Posters - Tickets
ROACH PRINTING - Ph. NO 8-8132
415 Detroit (opposite Farmer's Market).
iJ7
ANN ARBOR
EMPLOYERS PERSONNELu
504 First National Bldg.
NO 5-6107
)J12
While You Wait Service;
SANFORD'S
Get your hats cleaned - Suits pressed
Shoes repaired and shined -
Fine Tailoring, 119. East ' Ann Street
- Phone: Business NO 8=6966
30 years in same location
(opposite court house)
)J31I
ANY FUR STYLE made quickly. Your
fur or ours. Accessories for sale.
MARGARET 'SHOP'
513 E. Liberty NO 5-5729
)J32'
WILLIS PACKINQ CO.
Huron River Branch
Freezer Lockers for Rent
331 E. William, Ann Arbor
Call Huron River plant for
information-HU '2-16.85
Home Freezer Meats & Vegetables
)JO
TYPING service of superior quality
offered by experienced manuscript
typist. Call 2-1038 evenings or week-
ends. )J29
DON'T BE CAUGHT BY
COLD WEATHER. GET YOUR
FALL CHANGEOVER
NOW,
Golden's Service Station 601 Packard

300 S. Thayer'

TRANSPORTATION
RIDE WANTED to New Jersey or New,
York City Thanksgiving, round trip.
Call Marcy, 497 Jordan, NO 3-1561,
Ext. 489. )G11
MUSICAL MDSE.,
- RADIOS,_REPAIRS
FOR THE FINEST PORTABLE
HI-FI SEE:
PILOT, STROMBERG-CARLSON,
MAGNAVOX, and COLUMBIA.
$79.95 and up
We have name brand Hi-Fi
component also.
g MUSIC CENTER

AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES
We carry a good selection of several
brands of prerecorded, stereophonic
tapes.

NO 2-2500
) X28.

e over
of the
ght on
tional
h en-
.cor-

40 Min-
e of the
es, songs
1 be fea-
ive cos-

GEORGE SHEARING
Gerry Mulligan and his quintet,
Chico Hamilton and his quintet,
Miles Davis and his quintet, the'
Australian Jazz Quintet and vo-
calist Helen Merrill.
Mail orders for tickets will be
accepted untilNov-15 at the Lea-
gue Undergraduate Office.
"This is a fine collection of cur-
rent jazz-we hope the talent is
matched by the local enthusiasm,"
says Miss Tower.
Born Blind
George Shearing was born to-
tally blind in the slums of Lon-
don. After an ordinary education,
with no special emphasis on musi-
cal training, he quit his formal
education at 16 years of age to
support his family.
He studied, classical music in
his. off-hours and began to play
supper club engagemeIts. Soon
after he toured Britain with an
all blind band and then began
writing arrangements for the Brit-
ish Broadcasting Company.
Through the BBC and because
of the shortage of musicians dur-
ing the Second World War, Shear-

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(One block east
of new Campus Theatre)
NO 8-7942

All repairs promptly serviced
by two competent repairmen.

MADDY
508 S. William

MUSIC
NO 3-3223
)Xl

late Ior
ith Pa-
the In-

n Tuesday,
Nov. 6 and
orities, fra-1
;ories plan
discussions

NO 8-9429

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GERRY MULLIGAN
sionally' in the early forties.
During his career he has been
associated with the bands of Duke
Ellington, Count Basie and Char-
lie Bernet.
He has worked with trombonist
Vic Dickenson, and has been ac-
comp.nist for such top entertain-
ers as Lena 'Horne, Billie Holiday,
Harry Belafonte, Sammy Davis,
Jr., and Billy Eckstine. However,
he first received international
recognition by 'working with the
famed Gerry Mulligan Quartet.
Buddy Collete, Jim Hall, Freddie
Katz and' Carson Smith are the
members of his quintet.
The Australian ,Jazz Quintet
added their fifth instrument, a
bass, this year./

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IMPORTED CANDY
AND
GROCERIES'
CLEAN COOKED AND DE-VEINED
SHRIMP
FOR COCKTAILS
Washington Fish Market.
208 E. Washington NO 2-2589
)J26
.TYPEWRITER REPAIR and service;
pick up and delivery. Moseley Type-
writer Service. 204 N. 4th Avenue.
NO 3-5888.' )J30
Special two drawer files for students.
$23.75
MORR ILL'S
314 S. State
)J34
BUY AND RENT your typewriter and
have your typewriter repaired at the.
TYPEWRITER STORE.'
MORRILL'S,- 314 S. State )J33
PHOTO SUPPLIES'-f
TAKE color snapshots, color slides
and black and white prints with the'
new KODAK BROWNIE STARFLEX
and STARFLASH CAMERAS.
priced from $8.95
THE'QOARRY

igan- Union plans sev-'
during the next few

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DEMIC COMMITTEE . .
he Academic' Services Com-
ee is sponsoring the first in
ries of lectures titled "Would
Like to Know?" This series
rected to the average student
wants to learn more about
culture of his country.
eetings will be held every oth-
'hursday'at 7:30 p.m. on the
d floor of the Union. It will
with subjects of academic
intellectual interest. a
he first talk is on the subject-
w a student with limited funds
ild invest in stocks- and
Is." Prof. J. W. Eckman, in-
ctor in business administra-
school will speak. Attendance
be limited.
ter talks will concern fine
. music a p p r e c i a t i on and
ch.
JSE COMMITTEE ...
7:34 p.m. Friday a bridge
nament will be held in the
ie Rm, on the second floor.
> master point night, accord-
to Mrs. Walter McClean, di-
>r" of the tournament. Re-r
aments will be served.
'otball movies of the Iowa

game will be shown from 9,to 10
p.m. Sunday n the Ballroom.
Former Michigan fullback, Dick
Balzhiser, will narrate. Interested
persons are asked to phone the
Union to verify the time of the
showing.
The Union has rescheduled the
hours that the 'Game Rm. will"
be open. The present hours of 3
p.m. to 6 p.m. will remain in effect
today through11onday, Nov. 4.
The new hours will be 7 p.m. to
10 p.m. Monday through Thurs-
day; 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Fridays
and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.
to 10 p.m. on Sundays.'
Checkers, chess and playing
cards may be obtained on the see-
ond floor next to the Union Stu-
dent offices. To secure this equip-
ment, ID cards must be left at
the desk.
The use of listening rooms with
hi-fidelity phonographs is also
available to students. Keys are ob-
tained by leaving ID cards at the
desk. Students are asked to bring
their own records. Coeds are al-
lowed use of these rooms when ac-.
companied by men students.
ISA Discussion
International Students Associa-
tion's Cultural Committee is pre-
senting their first discussion
group at 7:15 p.m. today in Rm.
3-R at.the Union.

HI-FI EQUIPMENT deals. Student
agent-Below net prices. Phone NO
5-6644 and ask for Tan. )X8
HELP WANTED
MUSIC
MATURE STUDENT OR- INSTRUCTOR
to fielp plan music policy at new
radio station. Part time. Write
WOIA Radio, Saline, Michigan.'
)H43
OPENING FOR two young men, ages 241
to 35, in our Cash Register and Ac-
counting Machine Divisions. Account-
ing background. important. Electronic
ing yur sales organization. Complete
training program. Liberal salary while
training. Apply in person:
The
National Cash Register Company
3456 Woodward Avenue-
Detroit 1, Michigan )H41
INCOME. OPPORTUNITY
Reliable man or woman from this
area to service a route of cigarette
machines. Will take 5 hours a week
of your spare time and can net as
high as $275 monthly and can be
built to full time business with our
help, which could eventually net
$20,00 annually.
No experience or selling neces-
sary, route is established for the
operator. To.qualify you must have
$900 to $1800 cash immediately
available, which is .secured, and a
serviceable automobile. If sincerelyI
interested write for personal in-'-
terview giving phone number and
brief outline of background to 'Box
5182, St. Paul, Minn. )H42
Responsible person to carry The Mich-
igan Daily; must have car. Morning
delivery;' good pay. Call Jack Stroh,
'NO 2-9645 or 2-3241. )H38
UTOPIA
4 part time college students wanted
to 'sell non-competitive item. Ex-
perience not necessary. Call ,our
Jackson office for interview. State
4-0568 collect. )H36
WANTED: A paid reader for a blind
student. For information call NO 8-
8156. )H39
WANTED - Cab drivers, full or part,
time. Apply 113 S. Ashley. Ann Arbor
Yellow and Checker Cab Co. Phone
NO 8-9382. )H5
PART TIME-Excellent earnings can
be made by student (Ooy or girl)
who can adapt himself to selling
advertising for a dignified local pub-
lication. Write Box 474, Ann Arbor
) H40J

MISCELLANEOUS-'
GROUP bicycle insurance i Available to
University of Michigan students,
faculty and staff. Complete all risks
protection at lowest cost., Airway
Underwriters, Inc., NO 2-7521. )M7
FOX MOTE L
(formerly Boyd's)
Phone in every room ,
2805 E. Michigan HU 2-2204
)M2
HOUSE WORK wanted 8 hrs. per
day-Mon. thru Thurs. Call morn-
ings 3-8284. )M8
PERSONAL
Sports Illustrated features Michigan in
this week's .issue. Our subscription
price-8c ($4 yr.). Last opportunity
to obtain Sat. Eve..Post and Atlantic
Monthly at low rates! Student Peri-
odical, NO 2-3061. )F63
HOMECOMING~ PICS ON SALE, Ad.
Bldg. Tues. and Thurs. 12:30 to 5:30.
p.m. )F54
ATTENTION golfers! Play golf at scenic,
Municipal Golf Course. ''18 holes.
Open through November. Reasonable
rates: Pro shop full of bargains.
Municipal Golf Course. 1519 Fuller'
Road, NO 8-9230. - )F38
FALL IS FALLING
The leaves are turning
The weather is gay
If a great time you're yearning
It's Campbell's Bakery without delay.
CAMPBELL BAKERY
219 N. Main NO 8-9880
Order, Now - We Deliver
)F39
ONLY two more days left of THE
DILLON SHOP Month - Ecd. Sale.
You'll find wonderful values in fall
and winter suits and dresses-hats,
girdles, bras-jewelry and sportswear.
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
530 South Forest
)F64
MOMMY, MOMMYt Who's God? Be
knowledgeable, kid. He's Sugar. )F66
DESIRE info, concerning whereabouts
of, Ichabod Crane. Missing. Persons
Bureau. BRS. P.O. Box 305 Lawyers
Club. )F67
ALTERATIONS
SEWING AND ALTERATIONS done' at
home. Reasonable prices. Mrs. Fry,
hickory 9-2129, Whitmore Lake. )P3
CONVE1tT 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. Overcoats $18. Write to:
Michaels Tailoring Co., 1425 Broad-
way, Detroit. Michigan, for free de-
tails or phone WOodward 3-5776. )P2
FOR SALE
CLEARANCE SALE
Rugs. Assorted colors and sizes.
50% OFF;
. Open Monday evening
SMITH FLOOR COVERING
207 E. Washington NO 3-5536
)B55
ARMY-NAVY. type Oxfords - $7.25;
sqcks. 39c; shorts. 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
,BJI
FOR SALE-Grey Cotton rug 11'6" x 13'.
$30.00. Call NO 2-1201. , )B57

NEW CARS NEW t

WANTED TO BUY
6'4" STUDENT desires Raccoon coat.
Call NO 2-4022. )K5
LOST AND FOUND
DARK RIMMED GLASSES in brown
leather case. Lost near W. Engineer-
ing. Return to 435 W. Engineering.
)A45
LOST--Brown wallet. Contents impor-
tant. Reward. Call NO 2-2539. )A29
LOST-ZTA pearl and ruby pin with
pearl guard. Lost between Angell Hall
and diag. Reward. Call NO 2-0018 or
8-8301 and ask for Arlene Stuckey.
)A46
LOST-B 'lack onyx dinner ring with
diamondceknter:Lost between Angell
and Mason on R.L. side. Reward. Call
NO 2-0018 or 8-8301. Ask for Jo Anne
Greenwald. ) A47
WHOEVER picked up my books acci-
dentally Mon. in A.H. ladies room,
please contact Carol Hecht, 3-3384.)A48
USED CARS
GERMAN HENKEL: Small, easy to park.
65 to 90 miles per gallon. $900. Call
NO 3-1458 or 2-9286. )N48
FOR SALE: '49 Packard Sedan. Radio,
heater, and overdrive. Call NO 3-0020
after 5 on week days. )N46
FOR SALE
We specialize in good used cars from
$100 up. CENE'S AUTO SALES at 544
Detroit Street. NO 3-8141. )N36
'48 PLYMOUTH, radio and heater,
good condition. $75. NO 3-6985. )N49
'50 4-DOOR Studebaker Commander,
heater, overdrive, good condition. Call
2-9144 after 5 P.M. )N50
FOR SALE: '39 Packard, good trans-
portation, $100 or best offer. Monitor
Washer (Apt. size), $25. Roller skates,.
all leather shoe, 81% D, $20. Two Apt.
size chairs, table lamp and end
tables, and 9 x 12 Mohawk rug. Call
5-5077. )N51
NEW CARS
1958 Volvo here

EUROPEAN CARS
303 Ashley NO 5-5800

A Ford Product
* Up To 35 Miles PerGallon
* Easy Parking and Driving
* Room Inside for the Entire Family
* Smart Styling
* Advanced Integral Body Frame Design

)V3

'52 Merc. 4-door
'54 Ford 2-door
55 Ford 2-door
No Money Down
PALMER FORD SAl
Chelsea, Mich. (
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT
2007 South State
Bumping and Paint
C-TED STANDARD SE
Friendly service is our bu
las tires, batteries and a
Warranteed & guaranteed,
the best price on new &
Road service - mechanic
"You expect more from
acid you get ttv-
1220 S. University at P
NO 8-9168
GET our price and quality
recapped tires.
HICKEY'S SERVICE '
30 N. Main cor: Catherine
FOR RENT
ROOMMATE WANTED to a
ment near campus. Reaso
Call NO 8-7923.
PLEASANT Man's Single ne
private entrance. NO 2-369
CLEAN, COMFORTABLE, a
in quiet, private home. Ne
$12 per week. Male stud
5788.
IDEAL FOR FOUR students
mer session. Two bedroom
unfurnished. Includes stog
ator, heat and water. Aval
and lease thru \August
$142.50 per month. Coi:
laundry facilities and swir
1500 Pauline Blvd. See ca'
FOR RENT: Unfurnished h(
more Lake. Call evenings
(children welcome).
ATTENTION STUDENTS -
SPACE AVAILABLE. Car
forming, excellent water
20minutes. east of Ain A
igan at Hagerty Rd. Can
Village. Wayne. Michigan.

COMPLETE ONE-STOP

Free Pick-Up and Delivery

MICHIGRAS - Central Com-
mittee of Michigras will meet at
7:30 tonight in R.m. 3-C of the
Union.
' * * . -
ARAB CLUB - The Arab Club
is sponsoring a panel discussion of
"Algerian Problems" at 8 p.m. to-
day in Rm. 3003, Student Activi-
ties Building.
PANHEL - Delegates will meet
at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in the
Panhellenic office, Student Acti-
vities Building.
LEAGUE - League Council is
holding a meeting at 7:15 p.m.
tomorrow in the League. Michi-
ganensian pictures will be taken.
DANCE CLASSES-Women are
needed as dance partners for the
International Center dance classes
held from 7 to 10 Thursday eve-
nings in Rm. 3-KLM of the Union.

320 S. State

NO 3-1991
)D19

Purchase from Purchase
Argus C3 35mm. camera with case
and flash, Regular $69.50, Purchase
' price $49.95. 1
Purchase Camera
1116 S. U. 8-6972
)DI1
PETS AD SUPPLIES
BABY PARAKEETS and 'breeders. Ca-
naries. Cages and . supplies. AKC
Beagles. 305 W. Hoover. NO 12-2403.
1T1
NEW BLACK variatus arriving. New
shipment of 'plants. Tropical 'fish,
water noots, alligators, aquariums
and supplies, monkeys hamsters, etc.

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Phone NO 3-4197 -- Open 8:30 A.M. to

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