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March 24, 1946 - Image 8

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SbNDAY, MARChi 24, 1906


1VrT's StIosted for Indiaa
Veierait housing Problems

criptures," and The "Indiana Daily Student" has
ary Baker Eddy suggested that Inoiana University
ed or purchased. purchase a few of the surplus LST
ndays and holi- boat, which the government is selling
to 5 p.m. at $10,000 apiece to colleges and uni-
versities with veteran housing prob-
an Church, Ed- lem:s.
rister. Quoting the government announce-
tarian - Friends' ment that "docking facilities are al-
ursery through most essential," the student news-
N. State Street; paper said that the craft could be
;h High School moored in the Jordan River back of
Indiana's student union building.
Study Group, "Surely," it continues, "the Univer-
m. Rev. Edward sity Purchasing Department will buy
discussion on several LST's when it considers the
ie Sun. veterans who would be lulled gently
ce of Worship. to sleep by the lapping waters of the
iman preaching Jordan River."
il." Lane Hall At Purdue University, according
to the "Purdmi Exponent," almost
itarian Student 500 veterans are bunking in the
r at the parson- gyrmnasium, where every inch of
reet, with Prof. space is so tightly filled .with bunks
a bull session on that "if the lights are turned out
>rld Youth Con- before one can find his bed, he has
in London. to sleep in the swimming pool."
ch, State and These veterans will soon be moved
to temporary FPHA dormitories.
School hour. For the first time in Purdue's his-
tory students are actually living in
Hope in UNO?" their class buildings. Forty-one stu-
the Future Be dent veterans have leeping quarters,
study room and lounge on the third
floor of the Agricultural Engineering
m Chapel, 1511 and Forestry Building on Purdue's
agriculture campus.
11:00 a.m., with The annual Red Cross Pow-Wow at
kdfred Scheips: the University of Illinois will open
ication." Friday, March 29, with the auction-
theran Student ing off of the highcst bidder of the
regular Sunday services of various faculty members,
e Center at 5:15 including the use of President A. C.
Willard's car for the night of the sen-

for ball, and the services of four pro-
fessors for waiting on table at some
girls' dormitory.
The "Daily Princetonian" an-
nounces the adoption of an in-
creased salary scale for Princeton
faculty members, with an accom-
panying rise in tuition from $450
to $500.
There will be a minimum salary of
$2,500 for instructors and $3,500 for
assistant professors, with a fixed
raise of $500 for all those now re-
ceiving about $3,000. Non-teaching
staff members now receiving less than
$3,000 will have a 15 per cent in-
A physical reconditioning program
for returned service men at West
Virginia University in Morgantown
was initiated last week under the di-
rection of Dr. R. W. Webster of the
School of Physical Education and
Athletics, formerly a major in the
Medical Administrative Corps.
This voluntary program is being
conducted, Dr. Webster says, pri-
marily for the disabled returned
service men who wish to continue the
physical therapy activities to which
they were accustomed while they were
in the service, in order that they may
maintain the maximum hospital ben-
efit received while they were in these
One of the few Americans to re-
ceive the Chinese government's
Yun-flui (cloud and banner)
award is Lester Wood, recently re-
turned to the University of Min-
nesota as senior mechanical engi-
neer in the Building and Grounds
Department, the "Minnesota Daily"
reports. Wood, who has also re-
ceived the American bronze star,
spent two and a half years in C(hina
as a major in the Engineer Corps.
In a feature story in the "Indiana
Daily Student," Bloomington post-
master George W. Purcell, who
worked on the Daily Student in 1908
and 1909, tells of the record which
was the proud boast of the editor of
that time-not one typographical er-
ror in a year!

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Judiciary Petitions
Petitions for president and secre-
tary of the Men's Judiciary Council
must be filed by noon Wednesday at
the Dean of Students Office, accord-
inig to Charles Walton, retiring presi-
Appointments will be made from
the list of petitioners by the retiring
Council and the Dean of Students.


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