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THE MICHIG~AN'DAILY

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WE9DNESDAY, OCTOBER S 58 aJ na3 a v a1. -

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Doctors Discover 'Artificial lMrrow'

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An amber-colored plastic which
pours like mollasses will usher in
a new age in repair and recon-
struction of bones, two Phila-
delphia scientists said yesterday
in a report to the American Col-
lege of Surgeons.
Dr. Michael P. Mandarino and
Dr. Joseph E. Salvatore, of the.
Hahnemann Medical College and
Hospital, were certain they had
found a polyurethane foam, called
Ostamer, a dense, rigid cellular
materieI that sets in 20 minutes
and permits full weight-bearing
in 18 to 24 hours.
Becomes Part of Bone
Dr. Mandarino said the sub-
stance had nothing to do with ad-
hesives or cement-type bonding.
Instead, he declared, the sponge-
like compound becomes an inti-
mate part of the bone, holding,
bridging, filling or strengthening
gaps.

He also described the substance
as "chemical bone marrow." As
the bone is naturally regenerated,
the plastic is absorbed and disap-
pears. ,
In the opinion of the two sur-
geons, Ostamer is capable of al-
most unlimited applications.
Describes Progress
"This is only the beginning,"
Dr. Mandarino said. "Four years
ago, when we began our work,
others said we were trying to do
the impossible. Two and one half
years ago, they said we were crazy.
Now they are willing to admit it
is possible."
Dr. Salvatore has been detached
from- the Army Medical Corps to
participate in the research be-
cause of the evident application
to military medicine.
Bones shattered by shellfire can
be repaired behind the front lines

without delay, with little equip-
m'ent such as metal pins and
anchors, and with assurance in
most cases that shortening of
limbs and amputations can be
avoided.
Needs Little Preparation
"The surgeon," Dr. Salvatore
said, "needs only to pull off the
shelf a bottle of powder, drop
some into a beaker with four times
its volume of a liquid catalyst-
water and alcohol or even water
alone-stir it up with a wooden
tongue depressor until it froths
and pour it into the prepared
cavity.
In severe head injuries, where
parts of the skull must be re-
moved, the plastic is poured in
and swells to three times its orig-
inal volume. It is nontoxic and has
no effect on the fibrous membrane
forming the outer covering of the
brain.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Oceans." Thursday, Oct. 9, 4:00 'p.m.,
Aud. C, Angell Hall.
Platform Attraction Tickets on Sale
Tomorrow: Tickets for all individual
programs on the University Platform
Series will be placed on sale tomorrow
10 a.m. in Hill Aud. box office. Open-
ing Friday night with the Right Hon-
orable Anthony Nutting, former Foreign
Minister of Great Britain, others to
be presented include: Sir John Gielgud,
Oct. 21, "The Ages of Man"; Eleanor
Roosevelt, Oct. 29, "Are We Facing
World Leadership?"; Margaret Webster,
Nov. 13, "Pictures from a Shavian Gal-
lery"; Eddie Dowling, Jan. 16, "From.
Shakespeare to Saroyan"; Sir John
Glubb, Feb. 20, "A Soldier with the
Arabs"; Norman Cousins, March 13,
"The War Against Man." Season tick-,
ets are still available. Students are of-
fered a special reduced rate on both
Season tickets and single tickets. Bob
office hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
A cademic Notices
Makeup Examinations in Economics'
51, 52, 53, 54 and 153 will be given on
Mon., Oct. 13. 3:00 p.m., Rm. 207 Econ.
Bldg.
Graduate Students expecting to re-
ceive the master's degree in Jan., 1959,
must file a diploma application with'
the Recorder of the Graduate School
by Friday, Oct. 10. A student will not
be recommended for a degree unless he
hap filled formal application in the of-
fiee of the Graduate School.
Rhodes Scholarships: Qualified men
students interested in applying for
Rhodes scholarships are invited to an
informational meeting to be held on
Thurs., Oct, 9, Rm. 451 Mason Hall,
4:00 p.m. Further information can be
secured from the chairman of the 10-
cal selection committee, Prof. Lionel H.
Laing, Pouit. Sco. Dept., Rm. 4636 Ha-
ven Hall.
All Teachers' Certificate Candidates:
The Teacher's Certificate Application
must be turned in to, the School of
Education by Nov. 1. The address is
1439 Univ. Ele. School.
Geometry Seminar will be held Wed.,
Oct. 8, at 4:00 p.m. in Rm. 3017 Angenl
Itall. Duane Deal Will speak on "Feuer-
bach.Theorem."

Seminar In Applied Mathematics:
Thurs., Oct. 9, at 4:00 p.m. 246 W. Eng.
Refreshments at 3:30 in 274 W. Eng.
Prof. E. D. Rainville will continue his
talk on "Generating functions and ex-
pansions of polynomials in' series of
polynomials."
Marshall Scholarships: Applications for
the Marshall Scholarships for study
abroad at British universities are now
available at the Scholarship Office, 2011
S.A.B. Applicants must be under the
age of 28 and seniors or graduates of
American universities. The scholarships
are tenable for two years and each has
an annual value of 500 pounds plus
tuition fees with, an additional 200
pounds for married men. To be. insured
consideration, completed applications
must be returned to the Scholarship
Office by Oct. 20.
Doctoral Examination. for Bernard
Marvin Goldman, Fine Arts; thesis:
"Oriental Influences on , Etruscap.
Bronzes," Thurs., Oct. 9, 204 Tappan;
3:00 p.m. Chairman, Clark Hopkins.
Doctoral Examination for Carol Kaye,
Social Psychology; thesis: "Some -JEf-
fects Upon Organizational Change, of
the Personality Characteristics of Key
Role Occupants," Wed., Oct. 8, 6625
Haven Hall, 10:00 a.m. Chairman,.
Daniel Katz.
Foreign Visitors
Following are the foreign visitors who,
will be on the campus this week on the
dates indicated. Program arrangements
are being made by the International
Center: Mrs. Clifford R. Miller.
Mr.a Shih Yu Fu, Editorial & Press As-
sistant, 'SIS, Hong Kong, Oct. 6-9; Mr.
B. C. "Asthana, Officer on Special Duty,
Examinations Research Project & Exe-
cutive Secretary, Psychometric Unit,
Mdslim University (Aligarh) India, Oct.
12-19; Mr. &. Prasad, Prof. & Head of
Dept. of Education,- Patna University,
Patna, India, Oct. 12-19; Mr. L. B. Desh-
pande, Controller of Examinations, Os-
mania University, Hyderbad, Inda Oct.
12-19; .and Mr. V. K. Kothurkar, Head-
of Dept. of Experimental Psychology,
Poona University, Poona, India, Oct.
12-19..
Following are: the foreign visitors
who will be on the campus this week
on the dates indicated. Program ar-
rangements are being made by Dr.
Donald Smith, Scliol of Public Health.
Dr. D. Poesponegoro Soedjono, Dean,
Medical School, University Inglonesia,

of Indonesia, Oct. 8-11: and Dr. Jacobus
C. Capitan, Dean, Medical School, Uni-
versity of Airlangga, Surabaja, Indo-
nesia, Oct. 8-11.
Placement Notices
Teacher Exchange Program: Teach-
ing opportunities abroad exist in ele-
mentary, secondary, and junior col-
leges in all subjects for the 1959-1960
school year.
Applications and information for the
Teacher Exchange Program must be
secured by Oct. 15, 1958 from: U.S. De-
partment of Health, Education, and
Welfare, Office of Education, Division
of International Education, Teacher.
Exchange Section, Washington 25, D.C.,
Qualifications include: A bachelor's
degree, preferably the master's degree,
three years of successful teaching ex-
perience, U.S. citizenship, good health
and moral character, emotional stabil-
ity, and adaptability. Other qualifica-
tions being equal, persons under 50
years of age. and veterans are given
preference.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.;
Bldg., NO 3-1511,' Ext. 489.
Personnel Requests:
National Supply Company, Pitts-
burg, Pa., has openings intheir train-
ing program. This program is for ap-
proximately. one. year. The purpose is
to prepare men for positions of respon-
sibility by giving them an understand-
ing of all phases of the company's op-
erations and familiarizing them with
the various products. manufactured
and distributed by National Supply
Company.
Kimberly-Clark Corp., Neenah, Wisc.
has five Personnel Trainee openings to
fill and want to' consider only top-
notch men. College degree in person-
nel, economics, sociology, psychology
and other' similar fields. No experience
required. No serious physical handi-
caps. Nature of work: Individual train-
ing.
Commercial and Industrial Construc-
tion,'Pasco, Wash., is-urgently in need
of a Planning Director to direct the
formation and establishment of a mod-
ern planning code. Pasco is a city ofv
14,000 population.
Veterans Administration Hospital,
Lebanon, Pa., ,has a vacancy for a Li-
brarian. Job to be to make subject
headings and classify books; docu-
ments, periodicals, and other library
materials, etc. Graduate in Library
Science and no experience necessary.
Delavan Manufacturing Co.,. Des
Moines, Iowa, has, opening- for two As-
sistant 'Project Engineers. Graduate
engineer to assist Project. Engineer in
the design and development of. fuel
injection hozzles. Prefer recent gradu-
ates and/or a graduate with 1 or 2
years experience.
State of Montana, Civil Service, an-
nounces examinations. for the follow-
ing: Clerk, Clerk-Typist, Clerk-Sten-
ographer, Secretary, Caseworker, Child
Welfare Aide, Child Welfare Worker,
Accountant, Statistician, Psychiatrist,
Psychiatric Social Worker, Bacteriolo-
gist, Chemist, Dental Hygienist, Health
Educator, Laboratory Technician, Medi-
cal Social Consultant, Physcian, Physi-
cal Therapist, Public Health Engineer,
Field Nurse, Public Health Nurse, Sani-
tarian, Speech and Hearing Therapist,
Virologist, Interviewer and Field Rep-
resentative."
For further information concerning
the above positions, contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.,
Eit. 3371.

WANTED TO BUY
WANTED - Lady's small, and man's'
large raccoon or bearskin coats. Must
be in good condition, and of the '20s.
.Call NO 3-1229. , )K3
FOR RENT
314 WEST MADISON ST. Cozy little
room for student or working man.
Clean habits, no smoking or drink-
ing. Place for car in drive. Only
$7.00 per week. Phone NO 2-3926.
)C76
WOMEN-Large double room, attrac-
tive, cleaned weekly, innerspring mat-
tresses, linen furnished, modern kit-
chen, cooking utensils and dishes
furnished, laundry facilities. Tele-
phone 2-1394. )C72
APARTMENT NEAR CAMPUS-2 bed-
room, unfurnished with stove and
refrig. Very nicely decorated. $115.00
per month. 1114 S. Forest, NO 3-5098,
NO 3-1447. )075
ATTRACTIVE 3 room apartment in'
private home. Separate entrance.
Ideal for grad student. Car needed.
Furnished. Call NO 3-3909. )C74
APT. for rent for 2, 3, adults or a
couple. Very reasonable. Call NO
3-4402. )C68
AVAILABLE - Doubles for men. Suite
and double room, near campus.
Phone NO 8-8681 after 5 p.m., 1011 E.
University. ' )C65
IDEAL 3 room apartment for couple.
Newly furnished. Ultra modern. Ex-
cellent location. Immediate occu-
pancy. Call 8-7876 or 3-1887. )C63
WANTED: Two men to share apart-
ment. 3rd floor-share kitchen and
bath. Call NO 3-6919. )C23
SINGLE room near all sport areas.
Clean and quiet. $10 per week. Stop
by 402 Benjamin or call NO 2-8372.
)C57
2 ROOM SUITE for men with attached
clothes closet. % block from cam-
pus. $9 per person. Also double room,
$7 per person. NO 3-7242. )C58
LARGE ROOM for male students, 12
block from campus. Cooking privi-
leges. 417 E. Liberty. NO 5-7588. )C52
SINGLE ROOM for man. Near Campus.
NO 8-8681 after 5:00 P.M. 1011 E.
University. )C49
LARGE Single Room for Man. Three
Bl*cks from Campus. Across from
Wine's Field, near al sports areas.
Linen furnished. Call NO 2-8372.
)C25
TRAILER SPACE
AVAILABLE
US-23 15 miles North of Ann Arbor.
Large lots, reasonable rates, pleas-
ant surroundings.
STARLIGHT TRAILER COURT
F 10175 Bishop Rd. ACademy 7-7191
)C3
CAMPUS-1 BLOCK. Modern furnished
apartments. 514 S. Forest. NO 2-1443.
KC4
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-MAN'S YELLOW GOLD WRIST
WATCH, from wrist unaccountably.
Hamilton watch with yellow gold
flexible link bracelet, snap fastening.
Saturday afternoon after 4:30 P.M.
probably on Huron Street between
Forst and Fifth Avenue, or South on
Fifth over from Huron to Washing-
ton, or on Washington West to Ash-
ley, or on South Main between Wash-
ington and Curtis restaurant. Finders
v please phone NO 3-1511, Ext. 2887, or
phone Police Dept. or write Box A 21
in care of The Michigan Daily. Sub-
stantial reward when owner identi-
fies. . )A21
LOST-BROWN, BLACK . and WHITE
beagle pup about four months old.
If found please call NO 3-8268. Very
valuable to owner. Reward. )A23
Lost and Found
LOST-Brown leather purse containing
glasses and wallet with important
papers.. eward. If found contact
Windy Greoss. NO 3-9342d )A22
ALAS! ALACK We've lost our plaque.
Any information regarding a bronze
plaque with C.S. will be welcomed at
Collegiate Sorosis. Call NO 3-8251.
)A19
LOST: One silver spoon marked "M.W.,"
possibly in Auditorium B Friday,
Sept. 19. Call John Weimer, English
Dept. or NO 2-5250. )A15

ROOM AND BOARD
GIRL WANTED to share attractive
house on Liberty St. Private bed-
room and laundry facilities. CaliNO
2-2856 afted 5 p.m. )E13
WANTED -Boarders. Excellent rates.
Call steward, NO 3-8581. )E10
BOARDERS WANTED at Tappan Inter-
national House. 724 Tappan. NO 5-
5703. )E7
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT: Garage ANY-
WHERE near campus. Call NO 3-6086.
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BUSINESS SERVICES
ONE-DAY SERVICE
and COMPLETE SERVICE at
SANFORDS...
Shoe Repairing
Hat Cleaning
Tailoring
Pressing
Shoe Shining
119 East Ann Street
(opposite court house)
NO 8-6966 )J32
MAY WE SUGGEST that you take
advantage of our fall special?
.2 Gallon of Special Pak Ice Cream
$.69
RALPH'S MARKET
(formerly Freeman's)
709 Packard NO 2-3175
"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
)J31
WE HAVE
BEEN GIVING
MORRI LL SUPPORT
SINCE 1908

Morrill's

314 S. State

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Shop for,
SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES,
IMPORTED FOOD ITEMS,
AND
GOURMET SPECIALTIES
Washington Fish Market
208 E. Washington NO 2-2589
)J10
RITZ
BEAUTY SALON
Complete line of Beauty work
605 E. Wiiams
Phone NO 8-7066
) J2

FINISHED WORK-Specialize in
'ton blouses. Ironings separately.
pickup and delivery. Siamese
service. Also Siamese cat for
NO 2-9020.

cot-
Free
stud
sale.
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GRADUATE $TUDENT
COFFEE HOUR,
Beginning TODAY ... 4-5:30 P.M.
And Every Wednesday
Second Floor West Lounge - Rackham Building'

People of Distinction purchase
CHOICE QUALITY MEATS
at
RALPH'S MARKET
(formerly Freeman's)
709 Packard NO 2-3175
"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
)J30
Wrap Your Chubby Fists
Around The Wheel
of one of these beauties
and Really Live!
You. Pay Less
Dough
and Get More
Go!
58 Volvo demo ..............$2,095
57 Volvo....................$1,695
..56 Volkswagen...........$1,345
55 Volkswagen sedan.......$1,095
55 Volkswagen sunroof ..... -$ 995
58 Triumph stationwagon
demo..................$1,895
58 Triumph sedan demo .....$1,695
WE SERVICE ALL FOREIGN CARS

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Mich. European
Liberty at Ashley

Car Corp.
NO 5-5800

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MAKING
PLANS FOR
WEEKEND

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Rent an Avis car all weekend-onlyi . pe m
Get into the swim. Join the smart weekenders who are
taking advantage of the special Avis weekend rates. Use a
sparkling new Ford or other fine car from 5 P.M. Friday
to 9 A.M. Monday at low bargain rates that include gas,
oil, insurance. 7b rent a car locally or anywhere in the
world call your travel agent or phone.
NO 3-4156
Opr. 19 Avis, vs.

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SMITH'S
CARPETS- RUGS
LINOLEUM--TILE
SAVE on Carpet Remnants-
many sizes and colors.
- CARPET STORE-
207 E. Washington St.
--LINOLEUM STORE
205 N. Main St.
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POTATOES-U.S. No. 1 $3.00 - 100 lbs.
Delivered C.O.D. Also Cabbage - To-
matoes - Apples - Onions. DeMarco
Produce. NO 2-7747. )J24
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