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I& Is,15 THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

-Daily-David Arnold
Ulf1 OH-University officials do have a problem. Not only do
students park their bicycles in front of the Undergraduate Library
oblivious to bicycle racks, but an extra courteous taxicab driver
yesterday decided to go in for door to door service.
COLLEGE ROUNDUP:
E ff igy of Wisconsin Coach
Hung for 'Team'sLosses

Medical
Major Has
'No Bearing~
A student's choice of major,
assuming he has met minimum
science requirements, has no bear-
ing on his admission to medical
school today, a report issued by
Harvard University announced.'
Dean K,. Whitla, director of
Harvard's testing office, said "It
would be regrettable if some of
our students who plan to become
doctors felt that they must turn
away from their interest in the
liberal arts for fear of being re-
jected at medical school w ithout
a pre-medical major.'I
Studies Careers
The report, which s tudied the
careers of 1,390 Harvard students
who went on to medical schoolI
from 1949-56, showed that grades
and academic honors weigh heav-
ily in determining admission to
medical school, but potential phy-
sicians need not deliberately in-
sulate themselves for the liberal
arts.
At the Harvard Medical School,
for instance, the report showed
that students with a pre-medical
major in their undergraduate
careers do better during the first
year, but fall slightly behind those
medical students who had majored
in the social sciences.
WhieasaimtaMedalchol
Wh ecomei tamedAwarechol
have become increasingly more
aware of the importance of liberal
arts backgrounds. However, the
report also noted that Harvard
students did not seem to recognize
this importance: in 1949, 47 per
cent of students who went on to
medical school bad pre-medical
majors; in 1956, 67 per cent had
premed majors.
Dr. Thomas B. Turner, dean of
the medical faculty at Johns Hop-
kins University, said' "We want
both in our entering students: a
background that is broad cultur-
ally and, a preparation in basic
science ..*. We want a man to be
intellectually mature."

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from $5.00 to $25.00.
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and Friday evening on Forest
till 8;30 off S.U. corner.
for Opposite
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EXAMINATION SCHEDULE
COlLEGZ OF UTW~Ur N, i5CWCZ N? A 2
HORACE H. R&CKHAM SCHOOL OF GRADUAnTE tmn
cOLUaGIEOF AICmrTUXR AND 7XQW
SCHOOL, OF 13USINUS ADMINSIRATIOII
SCHOOL OF NATURAL JROtIRCU:
SCOOL OFPUBt7LIC HEAITH
COLLEGE OP POF X~3NZ7UWI
C A BEG OF PHARMACY
SCHOOL 0#' EDUCATION
S8=00L oFrINVIWG
SCHOOL OF MUSIC"
JANUARY 19 TO JANUARY 9, I##
For courses having both lectures and recitations the "4tin
of class" is the time of the first lecture period of the week. Mba
courses having recitation only, the "time of clan" is the time o
the first recitation period. Certain courses will be examined at
special periods as noted below the regular schedule.
Courses not includd In either the regular ashedule or the
special periods may us any examination period provided the
is no conflict or provided that, in ecae of a conflict, the eorfikt
is resolved by the elans which conflicts with the regular schedule
Hach student should ecine notification fron t hiswutruce r
as to the time and place of his examination.
REGUJAR SCHEDULE-
Time of Glass * 'lime of l~nts

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NBANGLES to ornament

lovely women! We've a tremendous assort-
ment of high fashion jewelry. Beautiful
necklaces ..,. pins ,. . earrings . .. brace-
lets of rhinestones ... colored stones ..
Priced for $1.00. Many matching sets of
colored simulated pearls, sparkling stones,
rhinestones, aurora-borealis, and copper.
Still perplexed? Give her a Gift Cer-
tificate and she can choose her own gift.

By RUTHANN RECUT'
MADISON, Wis. - Bud Foster,
University of Wisconsin basketball
coach was hung in effigy this week.'
The effigy sported a large "W"
on the shirt and a pair of shorts.
A sign around his waist read,
"Happy twenty-fifth Bud."
CHWAMPAIGN, Ill. -The presi-
dents and executive councils of
the Men's Residence Halls Associ-
rtluii at the University of Illinois
recently reaffirmed their stand in
favor of the Senate bill,
This bill retains control of reto.
ognition in the Committee of Stu-
dent Affairs and at. the same timne
gives the students a greater voice
in their affairs.
In debate it was brought out
that the Student Senate has the
power to promote the general wel-
fare of the student body, to exer-
cise general policy-making author-
ity over all student activities, t6
encourage responsible citizenship
and to serve as the agent of ex-
prsinof student opinion on any
subject. 1

DE7 ROIT -- Wayne State's
Council of Religious Advisors re-
cently expressed approval of a
statement by the University Coun-
cil that "Campus Conference on
Religion serves a desirable purpose
and should be fostered."
The Council fully agrees that
where the subject of discussion
has a real bearing on the material
under consideration in the class-
room, invitations to guest, lecturersa
on religion may be extended.
3
COLUMBUS, 0.-- The Student
Senate at Ohio State University
last week rejected a resolution
urging it not to be influenced by
the United States National Asso-
ciation ruling that the forthcom-
ing Vienina Youth Festival is a
Communist front meeting.
Henry Berger, chairman of the
International Affairs Commission,
said that information he received
from NSA did not prove to the
commission that the festival will
be Communist dominated.

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CITY NOTICES

NOTICE OF REVIEW OP'
SPEC~IAL ASSESSMENT ROLE.
TAKE NOTICE THAT the Coun-
cil of the City of Ann Arbor.
Michigan, has caused to be pre-
pared a Special Assessment Roll
for the purpose of defraying the
private property's share of the
cost of the following described
Storm Sewer:
Devonshire Storm Sewer Later-
als including:
Devonshire Rd.,, Huron River
'to Belmont
Belmont Road, Devonshire to
90° Angle
Arlington Boulevard, Devon-
shire Northerly
Arlington Boulevard, Devon-
shire Southerly
Heatherway, Devonshire
Southerly
Heatherway. Devonshire
Northerly
Aberdeen Drive, Devonshire
Southerly
Crosslots from trunkline to
existing sewer in Riverside
Hills Number 1
TAKE FURTHER NOTICE
THAT a special assessment district
shall be created consisting of each
and every parcel of land abutting.
the above described streets for the
purpose of specially assessing the
cost of said improvement against
the property benefited.
TAKE FURTHER NOTICE
THAT ald Special Assessment
Roll is on file in the Office of the
City Clerk and is available for
public examination.
TAKE FUR'THER NOTICE,
THAT the Council will meet on
January 12, 1959, at 7:30 o'clock
p.m., in the Council Chamber.
City Hall, for the purpose of re-
viewing said Special Assessment
Roll. Any person aggrieved by the
Special Assessment Roll may file
his objection thereto in writing'
prior to the close of said hearing.
FRED J. LOOKER,
City Clerk,
December 18, 1958
NOTICE 01! REVIEW OF
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ROLL
TAKE NOTICE THAT the Coun-
cil of the City of Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, has caused to be prepared a
Special Assessment Roll for the
purpose of defraying the private
property's share of the cost of the
following described Storm Sewer:
Tuomy - Melrose - Londonderry -'
Hawthorn-Storm Sewer.
TAKE FURTHER NOTICE
THAT a specia~l assessment district
shall be created consisting of each
and every parcel of land abutting
the above described streets for the;
purpose of specially assessing the
cost of said improvement against "

Section thereto in writing prior
to the close of said hearing.
FREI) J. LOOKER,
City Clerk
December 18, 1958
NOTICE OF REVIEW OF
SPECIAL~ ASSESSMENT ROLL
TAKE' NOTICE THAT the Coun-
cil of the City of Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, has caused to be prepared a
Special Assessment Roll, for the
purpose of defraying the private
property's share of the cost of the
following described Curb and Gut-
ter:
Miller Ave.-Arborview to New-
port.
TAKE FURTHER NOTICE
THAT a special assessment district
shall be .created consisting of each
and every parcel of land abutting
the above described streets for the
purpose of specially assessing the
cost of said improvement against
the property benefited.
TAKE FURTHER NOTICE
THAT said Special Assessment
Roll is on file in the Office of the
City Clerk and is available for
public examination.
TAKE FURTHER NOTICE
THAT the, Council will meet on
'January 12, 1959, at 7:30 o'clock
p.m., in the Council Chamber, City
Hall, for the purpose of reviewing
said Special Assessment Roll. Any
person aggrieved by the Special
Assessment Roll may file his ob-
fjection thereto in writing prior to
the close of said hearing.
FRED J. LOOKER,
City Clerk
December 18, 1958
CITY ELECTION NOTICE
Pursuant to Section 13.8, Para-
graph B of the City Charter of the
City of Ann Arbor, all nominating
petitions for office of Councilman
for the City of Ann Arbor, which
are to be voted upon at the election
of February 16, 1959, must be filed
with the City Clerk in the City
Clerk's Office, at tht City Hall,
Ann Arbor, Michigan, niot later
than 5:00 o'clock pim., Monday,
December 29, 1958.
FRED J. LOOKR
City Clerk
December 18, 1958
INVITATION TO BID
Sealed bids will be received by
the City Administrator, of the City
of Ann Arbor, Michigan in the
off ice of the City Clerk, City Hall,!
until 2:00 P.M., E.S.T., Wednes-
day, December 31, 1958, for one
(1) tractor with backhoe and
loader, at which time bids will
be opened and publicly read.
Specifications are on file in the
Purchasing Department, City Hall,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
All bid .runv c wes Must - ElPSITla

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*Classes begining on the haalf hour, will be sceduled at 1b#
preceding hour.
SPECIAL PERIODS
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS iADMi#1IIS'"tRA!"tIN.
Accounting 100101, 200, 201 Wednesday, Jan uary 1-
Finance 210 Monday, 'JanuaryI19 3-6
Ind. Relations 100, 200 i 4onday, January 195 3.6
Marketing 210 Monday, January 10 2
Marketing 211 Wedn~esday,,JSlai~arT 21 -
Statistics 100, 9110 Wednesday, January j1 3-
Aero. 136 Montay, 3Januhary 20B24
Ch.-Met. 1, Lec A, B, and i3U riday, January 23 2-6
C. E. 22 Wednesdsly, Jan~uary 21 9-6
C. E. 52 Monday, January 34 024
Drawing 1 Monda r, January 10 2-4
Drawing 2, 21 Saturday, January 24 246
E. E. 6 Monday, January 10 245
E. M. 1 Monday, January 20 3-4
E. M. 2 Vriday., January 23 243
English 21 Weey, January 21 2-5
Naval Science 101, 201, 001,
401 ftiday, January M23 .1 O 3..
LUTERATURE, SiCINCE AND T EARS
Botany 2 Monday, January' 193 924
Chem~strY 1,23, 60, 16, 132 Wednesday, Jauary 28 246
Economics 71, 7, 173 Wednesday, January 20 924
Economics 51, 62,563, 64, 153 Thursday, January,22 0-12
English 23, 24 Wednesday, January 21 240
French 1,'2, 11, 12, 21, 31, 32, .
ai1, 62 Saturday, January 24., 9-
Geology it Monday, January 19 246
(German 1, 2, 11, 31, 32, 35 Tuesday, January 27, -
Latin 21 Saturday, January' 24 246
Physics 53 Monday, January 20 243
Psychology 100 Wednesday. January 21 246
Russian 11,2131 Saturday, January 24 246
Sociology 1, 00 Friday, January 23 246
ftanish 1, 2, 21, 31, 32 TZuesday, Janur 27 , 1-
Naval Science 101, 201, 301,
401 Friday, January 238 '1ApDs.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

Ct'lLEGOF OrENGINEMGN

No date of examination nMa be changed without thse emment
of the Clamfcation Comittee. Alleasees of ..mIht e m+er
aadegm damuatien pe ddsmudt be reported for. a .
See lastruefl.. eftePOW" ts"d9"ee 441 W. 3. be/w e~ -
hear 16 and t0.
UTERATURE. SCIENCE AND1 YESATS
No date of examination may be chanced without the eons0
of the Comwmittee on Zamination Schedules.
SCHOOL (W music
Individual examinations will be given for all applied musts
courses(individual instruction) elected for credit Inoaw unit of
the university. For time and place of examlnatiou, ase buft
board of the School of Music.
COUJOGN OF LP r(~rUEAND DMION
SCHOOL OF RUSX# ZI T5l STTO1
SCHOOL OF NATURAL )R2SOURCZ6

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