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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1945

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Impressions o Campus
Life Rendered bFrosh
By EUNICE MINTZ and CLAYTON DICKEY
Members of the Class of '49, accosted on the Diagonal yesterday by two
roving Daily reporters, told their first breathless impressions of Michigan.
Shelby Baylis, literary college, was happy because he had found that
"classes are not as hard as I expected; they're more like high school."
Joan Keltner, literary college, thought the campus was ."big and roomy,
but I always wanted to come to a big school." She apparently was enthrall-
ed with Michigan men, because "them
social life is wonderful." s d
Tom Cramer, literary college, was 'U' tiiieit

Now Writing
Musical Show
A musical comedy version of Max
Shulman's best seller, "Barefoot Boy
With Cheek," is now in the process of
composition by three University stu-
dents.
Those students who are working on
Shulman's humorous satire of college
life are Marge Fisher, Arthur Markey
-and Ruth Wolkowsky. Miss Wolkow-
sky composed the original music
while the others worked on the lyrics..
The music was submitted by Miss
Wolkowsky to Shulman recently in
Columbia, S. C. Shulman was just
discharged from the Army.
There is a possibility that Shulman
will visit Ann Arbor to review the
script and to consider production of
the musical comedy version, accord-
ing to the students. In the meantime,
final work on the script continues.
Markey is a member of Zeta Beta
Tau fraternity and has participated
in several campus play productions.
Miss Wolkowsky graduated from
the School of Music in June and is
now taking graduate work at the
University. She was a member of
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Miss Fisher is a member of the
SIQC Council and lived at Tappan
House during the summer.
Nims Predicts Sales Tax
Revenue, $101,000,000
LANSING, Nov. 1-(M)-Louis M.
Nims, State Revenue Commissioner,
predicted today that the state will
probably collect $101,000,000 in sales
tax revenue for 1945.

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REDS TAKE TSINING-Communist forces were reported to have cap-
tured Tsining (A) in Suiyuan Province while Generalissimo Chiang
Kai-Shek's troops were understood to have landed at Chinwangtao
(B) in northern Hopeh.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

U' To Consider
World Parley
Education Plans
Conference Will Adoptj
Permanent Constitution
The United Nations Educational
and Cultural Conference opened in
London yesterday, and on the campus
Prof. Marvin L. Niehuss, University
vice-president, said that full consid-
eration will be given by the Univer-
sity to the conference's proposals.
The conference, a development of
the United Nations meeting at San
Francisco, will draft a constitution
for a permanent educational and
cultural organization which will op-
erate under the economic and social
council of the United Nations or-
ganization;
Bread Program
Chairman of the conference, Miss
Ellen Wilkinson, British minister of
education, said the meeting will or-
ganize educational techniques and
developments on a scale never be-
fore attempted.
The conference's agenda includes
these subjects: machinery for ex-
change of teachers between countries,
exchange of educational motion pic-
tures, an international library, inter-
national broadcasts for use in educa-
tion and immediate educational aid
for war-ravaged countries.
'U' Will Cooperate
Prof. Niehuss said the University
will formulate plans for cooperation
with the conference when its pro-
gram is known. He cited the Bar-
bour scholarships, u n d e r which
women of and from Oriental coun-
tries are enabled to study here, and
the current bequests of books to the
Philippines, as instances of present
University cooperation with inter-
national education.
The permanent educational and
cultural organization, as proposed,
will consist of a conference repre-
senting all of the United Nations and
meeting a n n u a 11 y, an executive
board of 15 elected by the conference
and a secretariat headed by a secre-
tary-general.
To Offer Course
In Russian Here
The University of Michigan Exten-
sion Service in Ann Arbor will offer a
class in beginning Russian early in
the coming semester, provided there
i is sufficient demand for such a
course.

Churches Sponsor
Roast, Open House,
Picnic Tomorrow
A wiener roast for U' students is
planned by the Presbyterian Church
for 6 p.m. tomorrow on the Church
grounds.
After the roast, members of the
party will go inside for a social hour.
A picnic for new students will be
held by the Congregational Church
tomorrow after the game.
Those wishing to attend should
meet at the Guild House, 438 May-
nard St., from where they will go to
Island Park for a wiener roast and
variety show.
Open House after the game will be
held at the Hillel. Foundation, 730
Haven.
BiyVictory Bonds!

U' Extension
Courses Enroll
2,924 Students
The University Extension Service
announced yesterday that individual
enrollments in credit and non-credit
courses offered at centers in Detroit,
Grand Rapids, Flint, Saginaw and
Ann Arbor have reached a total of
2,924.
Enrollment in courses given for
credit has already reached 1,560 stu-
dents, a figure higher than last year's
total. Individual enrollments in non-
credit courses total 1,364 this far.
Included in the total figure are 94
veterans.
These figures, correct as of Oct. 20,
are expected to be greatly increased
as enrollment in the non-credit cour-
ses continues.

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LOST-Ladies' Hamilton wristwatch.
Initials C Y P on back. Sentimen-
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LOST-One strand of pearls, round
rhinestone clasp. Great sentimental
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MISCELLANEOUS
BROTHERS OF KAPPA SIGMA and
past pledges, send your present
address to Brother John Stephens,i
434 Williams West Quadrangle.

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