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rospective Doctors Need
iberal Education, Dean Says

Te-medica1 students with a
gad liberal education stand a
ter chance of getting into medi-
schools than "super techni-
as" .in the sciences, Dean
arles H. Peaie, of the literary
ege, revealed,
3eari Peake returned this week'
m the Conference on Pre-Medi-
Education at the University of
ater Consideration.
Medical school officials said
ritssh Polic
Yi Palestine,
. resolution to be sent to Presi-
t. 'Iruman denouncing Britain's
rorist activities" in Palestine
, demanding the opening of the
y Land to unlimited Jewish
niigration w a s unanimously
ipted at an all campus rally
erday as part of a campaign to
.se action in Washington.
hat American action will be
ntial in untangling the Pales-
Kdilemma was emphasized in
:s by Dr. Franklin Littell, di-
,or of SRA, anl Judith Lailen,
'etary of the campus chapter of
tudents attending the rally
e urged to send messages to
r Congressmen advocating that
United States take an active
in seeing that Britain's im-
ration laiws be abrogated to
w the. e.ntrance into Palestine
100,000 Jewish refugees.
Kne IKred i
RUSSEL , Feb. 26 - (;P) - A
ionstra ion by former Belgian
oners o, war demanding pay-
it of bunuses turned into a
ous battle today in which 50,-
marchers broke through police
s,' taml d and crushed each
er' and only were stopped by
:hinegun and rifle fire from be-
I the st I fence of the parlia-
it buildng.
day-lon condition of siege of
parliament building was not
en until tonight when a ring
armored cars, machineguns,
darmes and troops finally re-
ed order in the angry throng
the cabinet members were able
emerge from behind their
:ed doort.
nconfirmJed reports said a
en people were killed but an
cial of the Ministry of the In-
or said only one, person was
1 as the result of a heart at-
c. Unofticial estimates said 100
e injur ,but the ministry
ed the list at 40.

that the character and mental
viewpoint of applicants is given
Kreater consideration than special
science courses in excess of the
minimum requirements, Dean
Peake said.
Because the doctor is more than
a "super technician," he must de-
velop a broad social perspective,
the medical educators declared.
To fulfill his role as a community
leader, and to develop his tech-,
niques of effective personal rela-
tionships with his patients and
fellow citizens, he must have more
than a technical background, the
medical educators declared.
Summarized Viewpoint
Dean Peake, who summarized the
viewpoint of the literary colleges
at the conference, emphasized that
he significant point which the
exchange of opinions brought out
was that the medical educators
themselves advocated more than
a kechnical background for pros-
pective doctors.
Prof. Alfred H. Stockard, of the
zoology department. accompanied
Dean Peake to the Louisville con-
ference. Prof. Stockard is an ad-
visor to premedical students con-
centrationg in zoology.
Flower Plates
Are Exhibited
An exhibit in the Museum ro-
tunda reveals that law provides a
penalty for indiscriminate gather-
ing of certain wildflowers.
The display, arranged by Dr.
Rogers McVaugn of the Univer-
sity Herbarium, shows the variety
of flowers which are easily exter-
minated if picked freely.
Included in the display are 46
colored plates of some of Michi-
ian's more showy specimens.
Among them are native orchids,
trilliums and gentians which are
protected by statute because they
are easily destroyed.

Italian Towns
Endangered by
Lava Stream
New Crater Breaks
In Mount Etna's Side
ROME, Feb. 26-OP)-A fiery
stream of lava, bubbling from a
new crater broken in the side of
Mount Etna, was reported in press
dispatches from Sicily today to
have branched into separate forks
which rolled threateningly toward
several communities.
While villagers fled in panic,
Italian authorities rushed motor
vehicles to Cisterna and Passo
Pisciaro to assist in the exodus if
the flow continued, the dispatches
said. They added that the molten
mass had surged to within a mile
and a half of Passo Pisciaro, first
village in its path.
The eruption of the Sicilian
volcano, relatively quiet since 1928
when it destroyed the village of
Mascati, was said to have begun
late yesterday when the lava
blasted, out the new crater.
The Rome newspaper Giornale
D'Italia said the fiery flood began
advancing in a stream 300 yards
wide at a rate of about 70 yards
an hour, and that when it reached
the plain of Damusi, at an alti-
tude of about 1,600 yards, it broke
into the three forks.
The correspondent for Giornale
D'Italia said the general flow of
lava was headed toward Colabasso
and Guariola and that two forks
menaced Passo Pisciaro, a small
outlying portion of the commun-
ity of Castiglione Di Sicilia.
.Four Charged
Wyith Extortion
DETROIT, Feb. 26-(I)-Four
men, including two minor CIO of-
ficials, were accused today of en-
gaging in a greedy scramble to
extort $80,000 from a self-con-
fessed dealer in black market OPA
gasoline stamps.
The tangled threads of a police
report on the alleged plot touched
on murder and mayhem cases that
have long baffled investigators.
One of the Union defendants,
Perly P. McManus, 40, filed a
$100,000 damage suit alleging false
arrest after his arraignment.
VcManus, financial secretary
of Briggs Local 212, CIO United
Auto Workers, and a wartime ra-
tion board chairman, brought his
suit in circuit court against the
Detroit Police Department and the
Wayne County Prosecutor's Office.

Dormitory News
Men's and women's residence
halls are initiating the spring sem-
ester with various types of social
An exchange dinner for approx-
imately 40 couples will b held to-
Half of the group will eat dinner
at each residence.
The following officers havei been
elected by the residents of WILL_-
IAMS HOUSE: Sumner Howard,
president; Frank Whitehouse,
vice-president; Philip PahI, secre-
tary; Alc aT Lawson, treasurer;
Frederick Klein, social chairman;
and Kenneth Kiernan, sports
scholarships were won by Lois
Perry and Nancy Dolan.
* * *
Heart-shaped cookies, candy
and red roses were featured in
the Valentine's Day afternoon tea
held by MOSLIER HALL for the
residents and their guests.
A dancing class will be held at
CHICAGO HOUSE every Tuesday
evening beginning next week for
those men who wish to learn to
been invited to provide approxi-
mately 30 women as dancing part-
ners for the men,
New Officers
To Be Installed
New officers of Delta Epsilon
Pi, Orthodox student society, will
be installed at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow
at a service at the St. Nicholas
Greek Orthodox Church, 414 N.
The officers include Al Kacava-
kis; president; Jack Garris vice-
president; Helen Cazepis, secre-
tary; and Dempsey Jordan, treas-
Bishop Gerasimos of Chicago
and Rev. S. M. Sophocles will con-
duct the service, which will be
followed by a Lenten supper.

T rans portation
Library Has
Two-Fold Goal
serves as Reference
And Research Center
The two-fold goal of the Uni-
versity's Transportation Library,
considered the most complete of
its kind, is to function as a cur-
rent reference center and to ob-
tain all available background ma-
terial on transportation, accord-
ing to Prof. Roger L. Morrison
curator of the Library.
Jeep in 1805
One interesting bit out of the
transportation past, which is con-
tained in original papers in the
library, is the story of the world's
first amphibious "jeep" which was
unveiled in Philadelphia in 1805.
The creation was the first motor
vehicle in America and was driven
down Market Street and into and
up the Delaware River by its in-
ventor, Oliver Evans.
The library also has a collec-
tion of original maps. One of
these is drawn by Orange Risdon,
a native of Saline, Mich., who laid
out the Chicago Road, which is
now U.S. 112.
The most complete collections
of literature on canals and canal
transportation, gatherings of au-
tomotive, aircraft and trucking
transportation information and
valuable volumes of Moody's and
Poor's reference manuals on rail-
roads also are in the Library.
Some of the reference manuals
date back to the 18th century.
Constant Use
"Students make constant use of
the library's material," Prof. Mor-
rison said, "and engineers and
executives of automobile compan-
ies often come here to obtain in-
formation they can find nowhere
John S. Worley, recently retired
professor of transportation engi-
neering, founded the library in
Purdom Goes
Tuo Conference
Dr. T. Luther Purdom, director
of the Bureau of Appointments,
and two members of the Bureau
staff will leave today to attend
the annual meeting of the Ameri-
can Association of School Admin-
istrators in Atlantic City, N. J.,
which begins Saturday.
Purpose of the conference is to
bring togetherhschool principals
and superintendents and educa-
tional specialists for discussion of
mutual problems.
Dr. Purdom, as job placement
director for the University, plans
to open a temporary office in At-
lantic City to contact schoolmen
regarding teaching opportunities
°or University graduates.


Publication in The Dall Officia>
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members 'of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1947
VOL. LVII, No. 100
Members of the University Sen-
ate: Meeting, 4:10 p.m., Mon.,
March 10, Rackham Ampitheater.
The agenda for the meeting will
be published later.
All NACP students who did not
report to the Professor of Naval
Science on Monday will do so im-
The Parking Problem:
The cooperation of all concern-
ed, both students and faculty, is
earnestly requested in the present
parking emergency, so that all
may benefit in so far as that is
The University Council has laid
down certain rules which attempt
to regulate parking in the restrict-
ed areas on the campus. These
areas are plainly marked to indi-
cate that only those cars bearing
parking permit plates may park
in them. The rules provide that
those with the rank of instructor
or above and those on the admin-
istrative staff to whom the privil-
ege is accorded may obtain the
proper plates at the Information
Desk, Room 1, University Hall. To
date 850 plates have been issued;
the number of spaces available
on the campus in the restricted
areas is approximately one half
that number. This situation in
itself creates one problem. When
holders of permits park their cars
carelessly, taking more room than
is necessary, and park so as to
prevent any possibility of exit, the
problem is agiravated; and when
those having no parking plates
park in restricted areas, the whole
systemn ofcontrol breaks down.
The driving permits. issued to
students by the Office of Student
Affairs, do not entitle the holders
to park in any restricted parking
area, except for those students who
are physically incapacitated to
whom campus permit plates have
been issued.
It is the sincere hope of the
committee, to which the Univer-
sity Council has delegated the re-
sponsibility of administering the
rules with respect to parking, that
a thoughtful respect for the rights
of the others may ease the prob-
lem for all.
Robert C. Angell, Walter M. Roth,
R. P. Briggs, Herbert G. Watkins
University Committee on Parking
Engineering Open House will be
held Friday, April 18. There are
committee positions open for those
desiring appointment. Persons in-
terested please call John Morrison,
Football Tickets: A trial was
held last December 2 for those
students accused of falsifying
their number of semesters in res-
idence at the University in order
to obtain upperclass seats at the
home football games. The fol-
lowing students were asked, by
mail' to appear at this trial but
were not in attendance: Herbert
R. Buckner, Lillian K. Cohn, Gor-
don K. Craig, Ralph E. DeVore,
Anna Mae M. Felts, Lee K. Fish-,
er, Daniel H. Gilbert, Morton M.

Harty, Orlin C. Heller, Joseph
Hooper, Burton Hunter, John S.
King, Maurice T. Merlau, Fred-
erick E. Meyer. Paul E. Morgan,
Charles J. Moss. Marjorie P. Mul-
lin, Donald L. Otto, Robert J. 01-
shefsky, Sydney M. Rogers, Rob-
ert A. Schnaars, LeRoy F. Scott,
Leon Schulman, Sam Stedman,
Clarence P. Stemmer, Edmund N.
Walsh and Catherine B. Wren.
Men's Judiciary Council shall
hold office hours from 3 p.m. to
5 p.m. on Tues., 'March 4 and
Thurs., March 6, in Rm. 308, Un-
ion, in order that these students
may appear to admit their guilt
or establish that they were cred-
ited with 60 hours before the end
of last semester. If any of these
does not appear, he will suffer
the maximum penalty approved
by the University Committee on
Discipline for this offense.
Honor Societies: A Directory
Card for each Honor Society
should be filed with the Office of
Student Affairs at the beginning
of each school year, listing offi-
cers for the current year. Any
group which is not so registered
for 1946-47 should register before
March 1. A form for this purpose
may be secured in Rm. 2, Univer-
sity Hall.

quested to file the titles of th
dirrestations with the Record

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All women students on th
campus who are employed part
time are instructed to register thi
fact immediately at the Otlice c
the Dean of Women. The Healt
Service and the Academic Coun
selors Office are cooperating t,
put this requirement into effec
which has been decided upon s
that good health and maximun
academic efficiency will be insur
ed among women students
brief form will be filled out b
each woman student who is em
ployed in any capacity whethb
she works on the campus or otlh
James W. Glover Scholarshi
in Actuarial Mathematics:
Tuition scholarship available I
1946-47 in the Rackham Schoolo
Graduate Studies or the School o
Business Administration. Appl:
cants must be in residence at th-
University of Michigan and mus
have completed or expect to com
plete by the end of the Universit
year in which they apply (1) a
requirements set by the Uni er
sity for the Bachelor of Arts de
gree and (2) all prerequisites fo
Mathematics 221. Interested stu
dents should apply before Marc
7th on a form to be obtained a
the Mathematics Office, 3012 Ar
gell Hall.
(Continued on Page 3)

Graduate Students expecting to.
receive degrees at the June Com-
mencement must have their di-
ploma applications in the Grad-
uate School office on or before
March 1. Doctoral students ex-
pecting degrees this term are re-
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Today and Friday
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Joining delegates of 12 other
college groups, 19 student mem-
bers of the Lutheran Student As-
sociation at the University will at-
tend the Ohio Valley Regional
Conference of the student group at
Columbus tomorrow.
Rev. Henry O. Yoder, pastor of
the University group and Rev.
Robert Boettger, Lutheran pas-
tor at Willow Village will accom-
pany the group. Rev. Yoder will
lead the discussion in a forum on
marriage, which is part of a larg-
er symposium on "Human Rela-

Seven Argentine dentists are
visiting the Kellogg Foundation
this week on their tour of the
United States for the purpose of
exchanging information, ideas and
Included in the group is"Hum-
berto Aprile, president of the Na-
tional Dental Association of Ar-
gentina. All the men are profes-
sors at the school of dentistry in
Buenos Aires.

BALFOUR'S are having

All their Wholesale Line at 1/2 Price or Less.

LANSING, Feb. 26 -(,)- Gov-
ernor Sigler sought today to per-
suade a committee of schoolmen
and city officials that the State
has no course but to hustle the
Sales Tax Diversion Amendment
before the State Supreme Court
Ifor interpretation.

1319 South University

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A course in modern Arabic will
be taught by members of the Arab
League beginning at 7 p.m. Tues-
day in the International Center.

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SALE: 1946 Mercury
'extras Best offer
., Ext. i-68

town sedan.
) 53

DO siv., 38 long. Prewar mater-.
Worn only twice. Excellent con-
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record player, 3 months
condition, $25. Call 2-7374


e. Guaranteed perfect, $22. Call
. Mee, 611 Church St., Ph. 9183. )39
MVOUTH .10, black 4-door, '46
dge M otci. Good Tires, Heater.
5. Phone 8682, evenings, 5:30 to

ICK-BlacL '41-118 in. W.
oor good condition. Cash
Vrite box o, Give phone No.

B., 4

MEN'Sst ark brown riding boots,
;e 9? -: t ,, ps and hooks. 1 'pr.
n's dark brown riding breeches,
e 36-zippcr throughout. This
ar worn wice. Box 35, Mich. Dai-
D A PLACE to live? A House
aler is your answer. 23 ft. all
el Vagaacnd for sale by former
dent. 1:,otric Refrigerator. Bot-
ga.s sto ' Heated floors. Excell-
t condit ' -- throughout.rReady to
upy. D -mith, lot D-4, Sunny-
e Park, ..0 Packard Rd. Ann Ar-
r. Ph. 93_3 )46
REWAR glish rolls razor, life-
ne blade built in honed stropper.
x 35, Mic Sawly. )43
AIM CAMkiRA and enlarger. Good
idition. 1373 Hanover Ct., Wil-
r Village. )14
)MPLETE set Navy sea pack lug-
ge. 4 p".-4.0 condition. Contact
ch. Daily box 35. )42
CHEVROLET town sedan. Call
er 3 p.m., 406 Greene House, East
ad. )49
NIOND engagement ring. % carat-
x 43. M ich. Daily. )611

Voss, Variety Exchange, 1214 Knox-
ville, Peoria 4, Illinois. )3
ONE TICKET Lotte Lehmann concert,
good seat, main floor. Phone 5519.
WILL THE PERSON who "borrowed"
my bicycle Monday return it to 1408
Washtenaw. No questions asked. )65
DOUBLE Heart-shaped Bracelet bear-
ing SAE and Alpha Xi Delta crests
between Mich. Theatre and Alpha Xi
Delta House Sunday night. Reward.
Call 2-5570. )64
LOST: Red Eversharp Lifetime Pen by
veteran Monday evening in vicintiy
of Union. Please return to Sigma
Chi house or call Roy Burton, 2-4481,
reward. )45
LOST: Wristwatch. Black face, pink
gold case. Name on back: Jean Ath-
ay. If found, please call 5740. )48
LOST: One pair of sheeplined Air Force
Gloves (Thumb and Finger type) in
Mason Hall. Phone 7282. )60
LOST: Mexican Silver Necktie Clip,
"Saturday, between Mich. Union and
Washtenaw. Reward. Phone Swords,
8568. )62
LOST: Ladies Tiffany watch. Yellow
Gold with two diamonds. Lost be-
tween State and Packard and Haven
Hall Tuesday night. Reward. Call
4521. Stockwell Hall. )52
LOST: 'A blue and silver Parker "51"
pen somewhere between Haven Hall
and Angell'last Thursday 9:00 A. M.
Reward. Call 2-4561, 591. )35
LOST: Black and gold Parker pencil.
Near E. Engineering Bldg. Ken Ran-
dle, 6882. Reward. )30
LOST: Two weeks ago, a diamond ring
set in onyx. Finder call 6711. Re-
ward. ) 22
LOST: Collegiate Sorosis pin. K. Rem-
ington engraved on back. Reward.
Please call Betsey Moore 4879. ) 41
FIELD JACKET, gloves, scarf and ur-
gently needed keys mistakenly tak-
en from second floor of Union Feb.
21st. Reward. Write Box 778, West
Lodge, Ypsilanti, Mich. )24

LAW STUDENT Veteran and wife de-
sire apartment for next fall. One
small child. Excellent references,
ContacthMollie Anderson, 1330rill
Street 8983. )20
WANTED: Girl to work for room. Call
mornings. Ph. 4770. )2
Michigan. Two openings for women
counselors. Specialized craft or dance
instruction. Jewish clientele. Write
J. Carron, 924 Oakland. )10
DRESSMAKING and alterations, also
teacher of sewing. Miss Livingston
315 S. Division, second floor front.
SLIDE RULE: K & E Log-Log Trig or
Deci-Trig, 10-inch. John Bengtson,
Dorm 15, Rm. 23, West Lodge, Tel.
9213. )17
SIZE 12 or 13 evening gown. Call
26076 evenings. )47
HURRY GANG this is your last cance
to fly to Boston for spring vacation
in a chartered major airlines plane.
For the quickest, cheapest, most
convenient way home. Write Ray
Newhall, Box 722, West Lodge, Ypsi-
lanti, and I'll send you complete in-
formation. Time is SHORT. )56
best in flight instruction and equip-
ment. Located on Milan Road (US
23) betveen the Expressway and
Michigan Avenue. Phone Ypsilanti,
9272. )31
THERE'S A FUTURE for women in the
telephone business. If you're look-
ing for an interesting, well-paying
job that has a future, come to see
us now. We will welcome you and
will answer all your questions
cheerfully. Apply 323 E. Washing-
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