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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1946

T E MICHIGAN DAILY

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Direct Board
Of Research
Highway Group Elects
Professor at Meeting
Prof. Roger L. Morrison of the De-
partment of Highway Engineering
and Transport was elected chairman
of the Highway Research Board at
its 25th annual meeting in Oklahoma
City this week.
Whether the design of concrete
pavement should be changed so as to
omit the expansion joints was the
topic most discussed at this meeting
of the Highway Research Board
which was attended by Prof. Mor-
rison and Prof. William S. Housel of
the Department of Civil Engineering.
Some of the leading authorities on
this subject in the country disagreed,
Prof. Morrison said.
Prof. Housel presented a paper en-
titled "A Model Study of Slab Action
in Concrete Pavements," written by
L. D. Childs, Physical Research Engi-
neer of the Michigan State Highway
Department.
Prof. Housel also presented a prog-
ress report on the Michigan test road
written by H. C. Coons, Chief Engi-
neer and Deputy Commissioner of the
Michigan State Highway Department.
This test road, which has joints and
slabs of many different designs, is-on
M-115 from Clare to Cadillac. Michi-
gan is one of the six states which have
build roads on which careful observa-
tions and tests are to be made over a
period of years.
WAA Carnival
Will Be Given
Next Semester
The WAA all-campus Carnival,
which will feature booths decorated
and manned by men's and women's
residences on campus, will be held
next spring, according to an an-
nouncement made by Barbara Os-
borne, WAA president.
Jane Archer has been appointed
general chairman and Jean Brown
and Collee Ide have been made assis-
tant chairmen in charge of booths.
The entertainment committee will be
headed by Ruth McMorris.
Shirley Hansen will head the fi-
nance commiittee, and dancing will be
directed by Lou Estell. Daily public-
ity has been assigned to Joan Wilk
with general publicity under the co-
chairmanship of Patricia Doelle and
Ann Wallerstein.
Elaine Greenbaum will head the
prize committee. The food committee
will be under the direction of Patricia'
Daniels and coat checking will be
managed by Lee Wellman.
The central committee will meet at
4 p.m. Wednesday at the WAB. Plans
will be announced following the
meeting.
Problems In Price
Control Face Nation
NEW YORK, Feb. 1-(P)- The
National Association of Manufactur-
ers said today spot survey of price
control operations showed the na-
tion's peacetime production and em-
ployment face three serious problems.
They were: delayed OPA decisions;
inability of small and marginal pro-
ducers to-sustain losses which may be
borne by larger companies; and the
necessity of eliminating certain prod-
ucts when denied price relief by OP
officials.

University Uadio Prograxs
Schedule for Feb. 4-6
MONDAY:
Station WKAR
2:30 p.m.-U of M STUDENTS QUIZ THEIR PROFESSORS OF
EDUCATION
"Diploma Mills and Shyster Colleges"
Dr. James B. Edmondson, Dean of the School of Educa-
tion.
2:45 p.m.-COMMUNITY IN ACTION
"Why Worker's Education in Michigan"
Mr. Arthur A. Elder, Coordinator in the Experimental
Program in Adult Edufcation, will be interviewedi by Mrs.
Matilda Rubin
Station WPAG
3:15 p.m.-CAMPUS NEWS
Prepared by Cleland Wylie of the U'niversity News Ser-
vice and presentedby the following students enrolled in
broadcasting classes :
Edna Lofstedt from Niagara Fall, N. Y.
Nanette Bill from Pontiac, Michigan
Arthur Shef from New Jersey.
Keith McKenney from Burlington, Vermont
TUESDAY:
Station WPAG
3:15 p.m.--THE ORIGINAL DRAMA
"Mother, Go Home" by Paul Keenan
Enacted by students enrolled in broadcasting classes.
Directed by Professor David Owen.
WEDNESDAY:
Station WKAR
2:40 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.-EPOCHS IN MUSIC
Entire program under the direction and supervision of
Professor Hanns Pick.
Mr. Theodore Heger, commentator.
The works of Joseph Haydn, Piano-Sonata in D Major;
Trio for flute, violin and cello; Soprano-Avia; Concert
for trumpet.
2:30 p.m.--EDUCATION FOR THE VETERAN
Station WPAG
3:15 p.m.--THE MEDICAL SERIES

SOLDIERS JOIN PLANE HUNT-Fort Warren soldiers load litters and
snowshoes into a truck bound for the lower slopes of Elk Mountain
in southern Wyoming, where a United Air Lines transport plane was
believed to have crashed early Thursday, killing all 21 passengers.
REGISTRATION SPRING TERM, 1945-46

The student body has been divided into alphabetical groups,
each group has been allotted a definite time when all students in
group will be admitted to the Gymnasiums for registration.
schedule follows:
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1946

and
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SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1946
Any student may register from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m. Students should
plan to enter the Gymnasium in ample time to complete all registra-
tion procedures by 11:00 a.m.

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