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October 21, 1958 - Image 3

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'U' To Host
Annual Talks
The annual Pharmacy Lectures,
under the auspices of the college
of pharmacy, will be given tomor-
The morning session, beginning
at 10:30 a.m., will be held in Rack-
ham Amphitheatre. Prof. Robert
C. Elderfield, of the chemistry de-
partment, will speak on "The Cur-
rent Status of Chemotherapy of
Cancer". Homer A. George, a re-
tail pharmacist from Cape Girar-
deau, Mo., will discuss "Establish-
ing and Utilizing Poison Control
Afternoon Session
The afternoon session, which
will begin at 1:30 p.m., will also
take place in Rackham Amphi-
theatre. Prof. James G. Miller, of
the psychiatrydepartment and
chief of the Mental Health Re-
search Unit, will talk on "New De-
velopments in Mental Health Re-
John J. Zugich, assistant direc-
tor of the University Hospital,.will
speak on "Smaller Hospitals and
Drugs - Challenging the Profes-.
sion" and Prof. Richard A. Deno
of the pharmacy college will dis-
cuss "Pharmacy Manpower Prob-
At Banquet
At a banquet at 6:30 p.m. in
the League, Prof. J. Philip Wer-
nette, of the business administra-
tion school, will speak on "Good
Times Ahead."

-Daily-Allan Winder
TAG 'EM-Not tickets, but tags, Fred Merill emphasizes as co-
chairman of the Student Government Council committee which is
trying to innovate bike parking order on the University campus.
SOC To Begin Tagging Illegal
Bicycles Not Parked in Racks

Bicycles not parked in racks
where racks are provided will be
tagged beginning today.
And if a recent survey by the'
University Plant Department of
bicycles in the main campus area

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and water repellent
for showers .,..
Just a wonderful coat
to own for years to
come. Black and Blue.
Can be ordered in red,
green and rust also.
On Forest Avenue
off S. University Ave.
Opposite Campus Theatre

is any indication, more will be
tagged than not.
At 11:40 a.m. at Mason Hall,
for example, the plant depart-
ment found 220 bicycles not in
racks, and room for all but 49 of
these in the racks provided.
Found at Frieze
At the Frieze Building at 2:55
p.m. 135 bikes were found out of
racks, while 210 racks were empty.
And at the Undergraduate Li-
brary at 11:05 a.m .the survey
lists 63 bikes out of racks while
388 rack spots remained open.
The survey included all other
bike-parking areas on campus,
and in nearly every case) racks
remained unused while bikes were
parked nearby.
Co-chairman Fred Merrill, '59,
of the Student Government Coun-
cil's Student Activities Commit-
tee, which will be distributing the
tags; pointed out that they say
"the University has the authority
to remove bicycles illegally parked
and charge a removal and storage
Tags Not Ticketa
Merrill stressed the fact that
the tags are not tickets, but warn-
ings. He pointed td the survey as
evidence that the plant depart-
ment, !which has the power to re-
move bikes, is concerned with the
And the Ann' Arbor police can
ticket bicycles on sidewalks at
the Frieze and Chemistry Build=
ings, Merrill said. In some cases
they have done so, he continued.
Cleary College
Breaks Soil
Cleary College administrators
formally broke ground in western
Ypsilanti Saturday, marking the
start of construction on a $575,000
class-room-administration build-
The structure, when completed
next summer, will constitute the
first of six units planned for the
business school's collegiate-type
The honor of breaking the
ground went to Don M. Silkworth,
vice-president of Cleary College's
board of trustees, with the school's
president, Owen J. Cleary wit-
nessing the action.
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