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Michigan Daily, 1958-01-08

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TYPEWPRITER REPAIR and service;
pick up and delivery. Mosely Type-
writer Service. 204 N. 4th Avenue,
NO 3-5$88. )J30

SHOP FR
Zern, USN (Ret.) and Mrs. Zern SEFO 'PCATE
<uv. of Ann Arbor. ? QSEFO SPCAT S
sMiss Amsden is a junior in the AND
achol ofEductionIMPORTED FOOD ITEMS
Ensign, Zern, a graduate of the W sigo
W u> 'University. is now stationed at Washngto Fish Market
GratLae, llnos208 E. Washington NO 2-2589
* * ) J81
Kurzweil-Cooper THROW RUGS
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kurzweil of TRWRG
Prt Huron announced the en- 1-iSvle3nwol
gagement of their daughter, Carol $.d 3.95 while they last,
Lynn, to Winfieldi L. Cooper, son y Assorted colors
of Mrs. W. L. 'Cooper of 'Port T SMITH FLOOR COVERING
Huron.v f f a,' 207 E. Washington NO 3-5536
t -A11 together ikow, and keep 'those legs straight. Misurwlisafeh nin . )7
the School of Literature, Science, 1:4.Mx DL r
I A U * and the Arts. . ~
__ iIlMrCpr is a senior in the .^. 3>. ANN ARBOR'S
- - S c h oouo ftB u s i e s s A d m i i s t r a -
tiho, d ui emberof the cBusi MARY ELIZABETH AMSDEN . EMPLOYER'S PERSONNEL
.Ty Pi es diisrtonCuci.H 504 First National Bldg.
~~ i~ ~. o m m I t t e is also affilatedwtret im
No p NUU O5-6107 §o)J12
I~or irl'sPlayA summer wedding is being
-~TGr' proutolhcaasbodnd-lnndbyh ope
7 to 9' p mt-poucinwicba0radndpane ythxope LINOLEUM, wall tile, shades, venetian
d floor of the to include performances for the *t, a blinds installed properly. Murphy
entire campu. CLKA{ Brothers, 320 E. Liberty. NO 8-6725.
ShMeren-Ma~yers )J35
its will be held First JGPThenae ntoKyDie
and to p~m It was first' presented in Bar- hrndagtroM.adMs..PIT G
bourGym, where six juniors didKe Sheren gtrof MDeabor.to PecITie IN4Gorsevc
/ a take-off on "seniority." From KRich hr aerson Darof r, tndesLetes Sttioeryc
1$05-1908, simple playlets which Mrs. Dale Mayers essno of Whitmorend . Fraternities - Sororities
paoidfr~la classic books ae a eenl noneInvites- Programs
pa wrodgiena: lLke a rcnlyanune.Posters -Tickets
wer 9g2en a ompeemuia Miss~ Sheren is a senior in the . *~~ OC RNIG-P.N)883
School of Education.:45DtotopoieFrr'Mak
was "initiated. Two junior 45>erot(opoieaame'sMrkt
comedyroe,"In Old -Bagdad" Mr. Mayers is a graduate from s{ )J71
the music for it being written b the literary college and is pres- £
tly servingWhiletYouUWaitdService
Earl. Moore, then a senior and en ghinetheuUnitedSStates
who later became Dean of4 the Army. «*. + * *.a SANFORD'S
Sch0olf Music. C -L iI.Gt or as land- utspese
Except for an open performance ..Immoni7 rs-i It lye r . e e orht lae ut rse
in 116, no en erealloed o M. an Mr. Jhn H ~ . ~Shoes repaired and shined -
play,; o enw±ene loen teofMrFlintrceJntlySi mons .. Fine Tailoring, 119 East Ann street
attendhepawn the etr fFitrcnl announced then~. Phone: Business NO 8-696
c ast signed a petition to give a engagement of their daughter,Yi 30 years in same location
public show. Sally, to John Hillyer, son of Mr. vx (opposite court house)
4 ) J31
i<= Premier for Seniors and Mrs. W. D. Hillyer of Evans-A
rIn later years the premier per- ton, Ill.Go Mrig
Sformance was traditionally given Mss Simmons is a junior in the CAROL LYNN KURZWEIL Our hours cant be beat for t h eirwmna ato colfNrig con-
'~. o te seiorwome g~par of chol ofNuringvenience's sake. We're open from
N Senior Night. Mr. Hillyer, a senior in the lit- 7:30 a.m. 'til midnight. Sundays in-
The senior'coeds 'have the pre- erary college, is a member of Zeta luded!
~' rogative of 'asking for af line re- Psi fraternity, Druids honorary FREEMAN FOOD MARIKET
I: peated, or, if they wish, an entire society and is Associate Sports . 709 Packard NO 2-31758
scene :or act. ' Editor of The Daily. )J8
Before the play in past years, No wedding date has been set. ... . . . . . . . . .FOR RENT
the seniors walked across the stage ___________________________ ______
one by one; pinned women carriedI SINGLE and DOUBLE ROOM :for Grad-
pins, those who were enga~gedcar- I4ute men. students. NO 3-5746 )C94
ed lmcand uatt hed'womens-, .llfWANTED: Girl to share apt. with 2
:.4se lmns nduntace ces.~grads. NO 5-6708 )C93
threw pennies, supposedly one for
1' every year of their life, in to an JGP-Tryouts will be held from 3 ROOM furnished apt, for 2 or 3 stu
!tuie fr '.~ appopratewisi 11to 30 nd todents, $125 per month. Available Feb.
tuef GP aprpitwiing we. 4to5:30pm.an from 7t 9 1. Call NO 5-6826 between s and7
Thereafter, the play is open to p.m. ;today on the third floor of a P.M. )C92
ni 4 to 5:30 p.m, the entire campus. the League7 ES
Penny Reynolds, '59, is general 727*EAS2 INGSLEY
mn may try out chairman of this year'sr produc- MICHgIGRAS-Central Commit- Ne HodernTwo bEdompat
Lg and acting tiona. tee.memberswillrholdwtheirrweeklyart-
tee embrs wll old hei weely zkmnts furnished or unfurnished.
al production to- meeting at 7:15 p.m. today in Rm F~f=#I January possession. To see call NO
27 an~d 28.13-R oflthe Union; 2-2556 or evenings NO 2-8583.
d i comit ee eco ;T o p Representatives from all the -.*-* WARD REALTY REALTORS
I in ommitee roup houes y327 East Huron
gn1 up in the, oss participating in Mi~ra - )ca9
ice. /'.~ will meet with the Booths and r>_
al eoiredy, is To .Per'formII Parade Committee at 7:15 .p.m FURNISHED H-OUSE
an ietdb .tomorrow in Rm. 3-RS of the TO RENT
JoseirectendadomanboyUioCampus area. Will rent to students.
script is usually JoeGe adacmayfUno.AalbeFbur1.N3-47
aase in life of a Spanish dancers will perform be- * valbe erar .N
fore FAnn Arbor audiences at 8:30 J-HOP - Tickets for the 1958 KAY DIANE SHEREN la DOUBLE ROOM for boy. On campus
c for the songs, pan. Monday In the Michigan J-Hlop are on sale today until 4:30 behind Union. Linens furnished. $7.00
ioreography are. Theatre. pm. Wednesday, Jan. 15, in the week. Call NO 86757 before 5 PM
y~ by the-coeds. Ann Arbor Civic Ballet, an or- Administration Bldg. )081
lot of the play ganization of townspeople, facuty * *ROSFRRN o aegaut
~ tt a emmesadsuet neetd INTERNATIONAL CENTER students. Cooking privileges. Double
tentialities. in promoting -professional dance TEA-International Students As- 3 and suite rooms. One-half block
904, JGP has- in Ann Arbor, is sponsoring the sociation and the International from campus. 417 E. Liberty. )091
-lsof sketches program. , CenterI are sponsoring a weekly ATTENTION STUDENTS - TRAILER
he senior wor- Tickets ;,re available at the tea from 4:30 to6 pm. tomorrow SPACE AVAILABLE. Car pool now
musical comedy -Michigan Tieatre box office, atheIeinioaCner forming, excellent water and road.
at__the___Inte___ational____Center._____ 20 minutes east of Ann Arbor. Mich-
________________________________________ *° igan at Hagerty Rd. Canton Mobile
- UDAT-atQuadranglehS Village, Wayne. Michigan. )CI
Til Quadrants last night tapped Con-"MSCLLNEU
Grsnie Kreger, '60, Walter Hall, '58E,___MISCELLANEOUS________
and harls Meges,'58.GROUP bicycle insurance 1 Available to
East QQuadrangeQuadrand. s f1ltUniversity dof af oMichigan te tss
~~~~~~~~su ette East Quadrangle. honorary..faut an saf.C m l e alrik
-____________________ protection at lowest cost. Airway
TIR.YOITS ReadUnderwriters, Inc., NOTEL2-7521.)M
iday, Thursday, and Friday FO (feron)1'e~
( teno1 (fN ~-Poneineerly oom)
Thursday EveningsI n P"one in-*vevery 2805m,
D ail f ,C'f°. , >, of >. ;r ".' 180 E.Mchigan , U 2-2204
S * DANCFRS -*'SPEAKING ROLES L' I * $ M
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.At the League (I >:--- >>x ,_ _________
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Sunday, January.,12 at 2:30-Hill Auditorium NO$932 }
Program 'of Sacred, Secular folk music, and a Complete Costumed opera
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