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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

WANTED TO BUY
WAN ED-A used tux, size 38. Call
5989 petweep 4 and 5.
TRAMSPORTATION
DRIVING to Buffalo, N. Y., Friday
afternoon, returning Sunday night.
Can take 1-2 passengers. Call
2-3868.
LAUNDERING
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. S.ox darned,
Careful work at low price.
FOR SALE
CANARIES, California Linnets, Zebra
Finches, Parakeets, bird foods and
cages. 5162,S. Seventh. Phone 5330.
CHRISTMAS CARIS-The largest
selection in town All imiprited

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$ .40 per 15-word. insertion for
one or two days. (In-
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additional 5 words.)
$1.00 per 15-word insertion for
3 or more days. (Increase
of $,25 for each additional
5 words.)
Contract Rates on Request
Our Want-Ad Department
will be happy to assist you in
composing your ad. Stop at the
Micl.igan Daily Business Of-

specialCourse
To Speed Navy
JV-7 Programi
Navy V-7-speeding up its program
-will enlist 1,800 men within the
next few weeks for a special midship-
men's, training curriculum beginning
about Jan. 1.
Married or unmarried men not over
27 years of age who have received a
college degree or will receive one by
Jan. 1 are eligible to enlist. In addi-
tion a year of college mathematics or
its equivalent after graduation is re-
quired.
The enrolled men will enlist as
apprentice seamen for the first month
of training. If they successfully pass
the first part of the program, they
will become midshipmen for the next
three months.
At the end of the program they will
be commissioned ensigns in the
United States Naval Reserve. After a
year of service, reserve ensigns may
apply for regular commissions.
If the applicant is unable to pass
the midshipmen's school he is given
the option of returning to civilian life
or enlisting in the Navy in a branch
of his own choice.

Political Science Teachers Are
For Wayne County Home Rule

Vote "yes" on proposal No. 2 in
next week's election is the advice of
an overwhelming .majority of the
members of the University of Michi-
gan Political Science Department.
"Without a doubt, Wayne County
should be allowed to adopt a charter,"
says Dr. Jdhn Perkins. "The recent
revelation of the corruption in that
government brought to public atten-
tion the long standing need for this
amendment. By passing the Wayne
County Hcme Rule proposal graft will
be reduced and governmental efficien-
cy increased."
Continuing he explains that much
.of the fault of the present system
lies in the State Constitution which
specifically designates that the coun-
ty governments of Michigan must all
follow a set pattern regardless of the
size or population.
Further discrepancies under the
present government, according to Per-
kins are the lack of a responsible
executive, partisan elections, and an
enormous administrative body of 161
quite useless members.
"I give my unquestionable support
to Proposal No. 2," emphatically de-

txu Ffi,..rficec .420 Maynard. Street. .
with your name. From 50 for $1.00
up. Craft Press, 305 Maynard St.
FOR RENT H ELP WANTED
FOR RENT: Half of large front suite STUDENTS for part-time employ-
to girl student. One-half block ,Ment. Beer Vault, 303 North Fifth
from campus. AIrs. Wood, 725 Avenue. Phone 8200.
Haven Ave., phone 5938. E WD
MISCELLANEOUS WANTED-Student waitresses for
MIMEQGRAPHING-Thesis binding. main dining room. Apply to man-
Brumgfield and Brunfield, 3 8 S. ager, Michigan Union.
State. _4_4P___KLP WANTED--MALE .
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL- P-ART TIME WORK, morning or aft-
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles. ernoon. Chester Roberts Gifts, 312
Killins Gravel Co., phone 7112. S. State.
LOST Pnd 4O1UNP YOUNG MAN WANTED with bicycle
- _ _ _ _for messenger and inside work, 6
LOST: Qlasses; dark horn; rimmed to 10 p.m. Apply Postal Telegraph,
in black: Iealth Service case.II12East Huron.

lares Professor Arthur Bromage.
"The county governments are in a
constitutional strait-jacket and the
only way in which Wayne County can
get the complete overhauling it so
obviously requires is by passing the
proposed- amendment."
He also feels that the administra-
tive body can be streamlined by es-
tablishing a responsible executive,
Civil Service, and a County Board of
21 elected officials.
'Give Wayne County the chance to
elect a commission to work out a suit-
able charter," he advises, "then let
them decide the . final acceptance
themselves."
The opinions expressed by Dr. Per-
kins and Prof. Bromage are those held
by most of their colleagues in their
department.
Wolverines Meet
In Union Tonight
All Wolverines are asked to attend
an important business meeting to-
night at 7:30 p. m. in the Michigan
Union Room 316, according to Bunny
Crawford, '44, president.
Crawford stated that members must
bring their athletics coupons to the
meeting in order to receive their spe-
cial cheering section seats for the
Illnois football game.
At this meeting plans will be com-
pleted for the Wolverines' participa-
tion in the scrap drive now in pro-
gress.
Second senester freshmen and
sophomores interested in joining the
Wolverines may obtain application
blanks this afternoon and Friday af-
ternoon from 3 to 5 p. m. in the Stu-
dent Offices of the Michigan Union.

SWARTHOUT
"Has everything-
Voice, beauty, brains and
industry."

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Call 2-4514.
LOST: Little cream-colored pup in
vicinity of Phi GamMa Delta house.
Please call 2-3101.
REWARD OFFERED for copy Shaf-
tesbury's Characteristics lost in
Angell Hall. English Office, 3221.
WILL PERSON who took Season
.kipper coat from ladies' Ilunge
of Michigan League Friday evening,
by mistake, please return to League
Desk and take their own.

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[DAILY OFFICIAL[
BUXLETIN
THURSDAY, OCT. 22, 1942
VOL. LIi No. 22
All notices i-or the ;Daily Official Buil-
letin are to be sent to the Office of the
President in typewritten form by 3:30
p.m. of the day preceding its publica-
tion, except on Saturday when the no-
tices should be submitted by 11:30 a.m.
SNatices
To All Departnents: The entry. of
the United States in the war has of
necessity changed the habits of all
people. The University of -Michigan
is not an exception to this change.
The procurement problems of the'
University have increased in propor-
tion to the increase of governmental
restrictions, and in proportion to the
shortages of critical materials. The
University must adhere to the Pri-
ority Regulations, the Conservation
Orders. and the Limitation Orders
issued by the War Production Board.
The habits of the University must
change to conform to the times. We
cannot have all of the materials, or,
the conveniences and services in the
future that we have been accustomed
to in the past. It is the intent of the
War Production Board to keep edu-I
cational institutions operating with
their existing facilities and at their
existing level, and this only so far
as it does not impede the war effort.
This means that the University shall
not expand its facilities, make im-
provements or alterations, or reha-,
bilitate any building, structure, or
project without specific approval ,of
the War Production Bi ard, unless
there are no critical materials in-
volved.
We have been advised as follows:
"Most educational institutions
which have a satisfactory standing
and are expected to carry out war
training programs have adequate
equipment for such purposes, and
requests for expansion have to be
reviewed very critically."
This means that members of the
University of Michigan staff must,
in most cases, get along with whatj
they have. In this wfay they will
contribute most toward winning the
war.
Walter L. Bulbick,
Purchasing Agent
To the Members of the Faculty of
the College of Literature, Science.
and The Arts:
The second regular meeting of the
Faculty of the College of Literature.
Science, and The Arts for the aca-
demic session of 1942-43 will be held
MICHIGAN

in Room 1025 Angell Hall. Monday,
November 2, at 4:10 p.m.
AGENDA :
1. Consideration of the minutes of
the October meeting.
2. Introduction of new member.
3. Consideration of reports sub-
nutted with the call to this mneeting.
a. Executive Committee-Profes-
sor I. L. Pharfman.
b. Executive Board of the Grad-
uate School-Professor Z. C..- Dick-
inson.
c. Deans' Conference-Dean E.
H. Kraus.
4. Oral report.
a. The General Library and its
services-Director W. G. Rice.
5. General procedure for the prep-
aration of the College budget-Pro-
fessor J. K. Pollock.
,6. New business.
7. Announcements.
Choral Union Men bers: Members
of the Choral Union in good standing
(without absences from rehearsals)
may call for pass tickets for the
Gladys Swarthout concert today
between the hours of 10 and 12, and
1 and F4. After 4 o'clock no tickets
will be given out.
Charies A. Sink, President
Seniors in Xechallical, InustrWIl,
Chemical, Metallurgical & Aeronau-
tcal ,Engineering:
Mr. Stacy R. Black, of Thompson
Aircraft Products Company, Cleve-
land, will interview seniors of the
above groups on Friday, October 30.
Interviews for Friday morning may
be arranged in the Mechanical Engi-
neering Department and for the aft-
ernoon in the Chemical & Metallurgi-
cal Engineering Department.
Senior Engineers in Aeronautical,
Meehanical, Civil, Chemical and
Metallurgical, Electrical, Industrial
Engineering, and Physics: Mr. B. G.
Andrews of Curtiss-Wright Corpora-
tion (all divisions) will interview men
graduating in January and May,
1943, on November 4 and 5, in Room
3205 East Engineering Building. Ap-
plication forms and descriptive ma-
terial may be obtained in Room B-47
East Engineering Building. Interested
students will please sign the inter-
view schedule posted on the Aero-
nautical Engineering Bulletin Board.
January and May 1943 Graduates
In Aeronautical Engineeriag: Mr. D.
W. Lee- of the National Advisory
Committee for Aeronautics, and a
member of the U.S. Civil Service
Commission, will interview men for
Junior Engineer positions in its lab-
oratories at Langley Field, Virginia,
Cleveland, Ohio, and Moffett Field,
California, on Tuesday, November 3,
in Room 3205 East Engineering
Building. Please sign the interview
schedule posted on the Aeronautical
Engineering Bulletin Board.
The Eastman Kodak Company rep-
resentative will be staying over at
.the Bureau of Appointments today.
Mr. Lauterbach will interview the
following:
Mechanical engineers, industrial

engineers, chemical engineers, chem-
ists, and physicists. Also, both men
and women majoring in business ad-
ministration, accounting, statistics,
mathematics, and women for any in-
dustrial. employment.
Call Ext. 371 for appointments.
Interviews will be scheduled at fif-
teen-minute intervals.
Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information,
201 Mason Hall
Academic Notices
Preirmipary Ph.D. Examipations in
Economics: Students qualified to
write these examinations and wish-
ing to do so this fall should leave
their names in the Department Of-
fice. 10.6 Economics Bldg., by No-
vember 3.
Shorthand and Typewriting Classes
for University students are being or-
ganized for the current year under
the auspices of the University War'
Board. The classes will begin on No-
vember 3, and will be offered on a
non-credit basis. A small fee will be
charged which will be refunded upon
completion of the course. Registra-
tions are now being received at the
University High School office.
Shorthand, 2021 UHS, 1:00 TWThF.
Typewriting, 2022 UHS, 4:00-5:30,
TTh. Section 1
Typewriting, 2022 UHS, 4:00-5:30,
WF. Section 2
(Fee for typewriting, $3.50; for
typewriting and shorthand, $5.00)
German 159 will meet at 5 o'clock
today.
Doctoral Examination for Lloyd
Lyman Smith, Jr., Zoology; thesis:
"A Fisheries Management Program
for the Waters of the Huron Moun-
tain Club," will be held on Friday,
October 30, in 3089 Natural Science,
at 1:00 p.m. Chairman, C. L. Hubbs.
By action of the Executive Board,
the Chairman may invite members
of the faculties and advanced doc-
toral candidates to attend the exam-
ination, and he may grant permis-
sion to those who for sufficient rea-
son might wish to be present.
C. S. Yoakum
Cover$
Choral Union Concert: Gladys
Swarthout, distinguished Metropoli-
tan Opera singer, will give the sec-
ond program in the- Choral Union
Series this evening at 8:30 in
Hill Auditorium. A limited number
of tickets are still available.
Charles A. Sink, President
Carillon Concert: Percival Price,
University Carillonneur, will present
another program in his fall series of
recitals from 7:15 to 8:00 tonight.
Printed programs of the entire series
are available at the League and Union
Desks, the lobby of Burton Memorial
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TONIGT
8:30 P.M.
HILL AUDITORIUM
A limited number of
tickets for the season or
for single concerts, on sale
at offices of the University
Musical Soceky, Charles
A. Sink, President, Burton
Memorial Tower.
CHORAL UNION SERIES

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change their residence were urged
Saturday by the War Production?
Board to investigate thoroughly!
the utilities available for cooking!
in prospective living quarters.
This precautionary advice was:
given by James E. Wilson, WPB's'
deputy regional director in charge;
of the priorities division, in ex-
plaining a WPB order which pro-E
hibits connection of an electric
range where complete gas facili-
ties are available and the connec-
tion of a gas range where com-
plete electric facilities are already
installed.
He added, however, that in cases
where neither complete gas nor
electric facilities are available on
the premises, and the premises
are not equipped with ranges of
any kind, service extensions may
be made for either gas or electric
connections.

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* CHARLES LAUGHTON
* EDWARD G.ROBINSON
* PAUL ROBESON

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