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Lockard'Sweeps fnd Fot Gain As Michigan Wins

Minimum use of first and. second I American homes and restaurants
gear increases gasoline mileage, the use approximately 6O percent of the
Department of Commerce says. sugar consumed.



National defense has brought about
a minor crisis at Health Service in
the, form of a shortage of smoked
An appeal is being made to stu-
dents having Health Service smoked
glasses in their possession to return
them to the optometry department.
Apparent cause of the bottleneck
in eye testing can be traced to de-
fense requisitioning of the steel for-
merly used in the rims and bows of
Although other glasses with horn.
rims are available Health Service ex-
perimentation has shown that the
only genuine and completely satis-
factory smoked glasses in the price
range were the steel rimmed brand.
For the last four years Health Ser-
vice has given these glasses to stu-
dents withoutcharge. They are worn
to protect the eyes against strain
from too much light following eye
treatment where drops are used.
With the present supply diminish-
ing rapidly and the reoider unfilled,
the Health Service wants all students
to see if they have any of the glasses
gathering dust in an obscure corner,
and to return the badly needed 'specs'
to their source.

Harold Lockard, of Canton, O., Michigan back, gains around left end in the first quarter during a Michi-
gan drive to a touchdown in the Western Conference g ame with Northwestern at Evanston Saturday. Don
Clawson, N. U. fullback, tackled Lockard a moment la ter. Michigan won, 14 to 7, for its second straight Con-
ference victory.




A French tea, to be held from 4 to
6 p.m. today in the Grand Rapids
Room of the League, will be the
initial language social of this semes-
ter under the direction of Mrs. Ruth
L. Wendt, language advisor of wo-
man's residence halls.
Anyone interested in speaking
French is invited to attend the tea,
for which the admission is 15 cents.
Included among the hostesses for
the affair are Mrs. Joseph Lincoln;
Mrs. M. Levi, Mrs. Vincent Sctnio
and Mrs. F. Blumenthal. Miss Alice
C. Lloyd, Dean of women, sponsors
the teas.

secretary-treasurer. The appoint- MuSiC Seminar T9leet
ment of a social-chairman will be A seminar in religious music under
announced at the meeting Thursday the diregtion of Prof. Leonard S.
in the recreation room of the Inter- Gregory of the School of Music, will
national Center. be held at 4:15 today in Lane Hall.
The executive board invites all Pol- The seminar will be a regular weekly;
ish students to come and get ac- feature of the program offered by
quainted with their fellow Poles on the Student Religious Association
campus. Refreshments will be served. during the school year.

STOCKWELL and Mosher-Jordan
residents-Alterations on women's
garments promptly done. Opposite
Stockwell. Phone 2-2678. 3c
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced legal
typist, also mimeogiaphing. Notary
public. Phone 6327. 706 Oakland.
MIMEOGRAPHING -'hesis bind-
ing. Brumfield and Brumfield, 308
S. State. se
Drveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company, phone
7112. 7c

VOL. LI. No. 20
Publication in the Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University.
Protection of University Property
Against Theft: Whenever it becomnes
known that property has been stolen
or is missing, notice should be given
with utmost promptness at the Busi-
ness Office,.Room 1, University Hall.
This applies to articles owned by the
institution or owned privately.
For the protection of property it is
important that doors and windows be
locked, inside doors as well as outside
doors, when rooms are to Ve left un-
occupied even for a brief period. The
building custodians cannot be re-
sponsible for conditions after the
hours when they are on duty or
when persons with keys to buildings
unlock doors and leave them un-
locked. It is desirable that depart-
ment heads make a careful check two
or three times a year of all keys to
quarters under their charge, to make
sure that keys have not been lost and
are not in the hands of persons no
longer requiring their use. It is
strictly contrary to University rules
to have duplicate keys made or to
lend keys issuedf for personal use.
A reward of $50 is offered to any
persons for information that directly
or indirectly leads to the apprehen-
sion of tlhieves on University prem-
Foundation Offers
Studies In Judaism.
Registration in Hillel Foundation's
Institute of Jewish Studies. will con-'
tinue the rest of this week, it was
announced yesterday by Samuel Ros-
en, '44, director of the Institute.
Presenting an interesting program
of study entitled Courses of Conse-
quence, the Institute functions as
part of Hillel Foundation's program
of Judaism.
Classes will be held in Elemenary
Hebrew, Modern Hebrew Literature,
The Jew in the World Scene and a
Bible Study Circle. Of especial im-
portance to students will be a Voca-
tional Guidance Clinic.
Assisting Rosen in the direction of
the Institute will be Sybil Wofsey, '43,
and Albert Whol, '43. June Charlton,
'43, will serve as registrar.
'America Is In Danger
To Be Subject Of Talk
Bert Witt, national executive sec-
retary of the American Student Un-
ion, will speak at a general meeting
at 8 p.m. Thursday in Unity Hall.
"America Is In Danger" will be the
subject of his speech.
Witt is well known to students be-
cause he spoke here two times last
year. The national executive com-
mittee has prepared a statement of
policy for the coming year which will
be voted upon.


To the Members of the University
Senate: This is to inform you that at
the meeting of the University Coun-
cil on Oct. 13 Professor A. L. Clark
of the Department of Mechanism
and Engineering Drawing was elected
to the Board of Directors of the
Michigan Union for a three-year
Senate Reception: Since no indi-
vidual invitations are being sent, this
is a cordial invitation to all members
of the teaching, administrative, and
research staff and their wives to be
present at the Senate Reception to
new members of the faculties on Tues-
day, November 4, in the ballroom of
the Michigan Union at 8:30 p.m. The
reception will take place from 8:30
to 10:00 o'clock, after which there
will be dancing from 10:00 to 12:00.
It is especially hoped that new teach-
ing; fellows and instructors may be
present and the chairmen of depart-
ments are asked to be of assistance in
bringing this about.
Public Health Assembly: The first
general assembly for all students in
public health will take place at 4:00
p.m. today in the Auditorium of the
W. K. Kellogg Institute of Graduate
and Postgraduate Dentistry. The
speaker will be Dr. Haven Emerson,
Professor Emeritus of Public Health
Practice, Columbia University, and
Lecturer in Public Health Practice,
School of Public Health, University
of Michigan. The subject of his ad-
dress will be "Nutritional Diseases."
All students in public health are ex-
pected to be present and their guests
are welcome.

arships. Two scholarships, in the
amount of fity dollars each, will be
awarded on the basis of an exam-
ination covering the preparatory
work in Latin or in both Latin and
Greek, as {described in the bulletin
on scholarships. Copies of the bullet-
in may be obtained in Room 1, Uni-
versity Hall. The examination will
be held this year in Room 2014 Angell
Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 4:00
p.m. Intelested students are urged
to leave their names with F. O. Cop-
ley or R. A. Pack, or with the secre-
tary in Room 2030 Angell Hall.
Library Committee Meeting: There
will be a meeting of the Library Com-
mittee today. Members of the Facul-
ties wishing to lay requests before
the Committee are asked to have
them in the hands of the Director as
soon as possible.
W. G. Rice, Director
Choral Union Members: Pass tic-
kets for the adission of members
of the Choral Union to the Grace
Moore Concert will be issued to
members in good standing between
the hours of 10 and 12 and i and 4.
on Wednesday, October 22, at tie
office of the University Musical Soc-
iety, in Burton Memorial Tower.
After 4 o'clock no tickets will be is-
The regular rehearsal of the Chor-
al Union will be held Tuesday, Oct.
21, at 7 o'clock sharp in the 'chool
of Music Building on Maynard St.
Charles A. Sink,
The University Bureau-of Appoint-
ments anpd Occupational Information


has received from the City of New
Phillips Scholarships: Freshman York Civil Service Commission, no-
students who presented four units tice of an examination for the f ol-
of Latin, with or without Greek, for lowing positionn
admission to the University, and Director of Air Traffic Control
who are continuing the study\of and Airport: (Open to all citizens of
either language, are invited to com- the United States, regardless of resi-
pete for the Phillips Classical Schol- (Continued on Page 4)


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aeo and the movies
has just returned from a brilliant "good will"
tour of South America.
A limited number of tickets are still available,
either for the entire series or for single concerts, E


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