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TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1947

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Beer Drinking Dog Joins Legion

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(Continued from Page 4)
Semitar in Applied Mathemat-
ics (math. 348) will meet at 5 p.m.
Wednesdays, Rm. 317, W. Engi-
neering. Please note the change of
hours.
At the next two meetings, March
12 and 19, Prof. Opatowski will
speak on "A Theorem of Jacobi
and Its Application to Compres-
sible and Rotational Flows"; also
on "Bi - dimensional Rotational
Flows of Compressible Fluids in
Space."
Seminar in Engineering Mech-
anics: The Engineering Mechanics
Department is sponsoring a series
of discussions on the Plasticity of
Engineering Materials. The dis-
cussion of this series will be at
7:30 p.m', Tues., AMarch 11, Rm.
402, W. Engineering Bldg.
Inorganic - Physical Chemistry
Seminar: 4:15 p.m., Tues., March
11, Am. 151, Chemistry Bldg. Mr.
S. Lewin, "Metal Electrons and
Catalysis," Miss Beth Cook, "Molar
Refraction of Organo - Metallic
Compounds."
Special Functions Seminar: 1
p.m., Wed., March 12, Rm. 340, W.
Engineering. Mr. Arena will talk
on Bateman's K-function.
Exhibitions
the Museum of Art presents an
exhibition of drawings and water
colors by George Grosz through
March 14. Alumni Memorial Hall,
weekdays, except Mondays, 10-12
and 2-4; Wednesday evenings, 7-9

and Sundays 2-5. The public is
cordially invited.
Paintings by Charles Farr and
Gerome Kamrowski of the faculty
of the College of Architecture and
Design, Rackham Galleries, cur-
rent through March 14. Gallery
will be open from 10-12 a.m., 2-5
p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m.
Michigan Takes Shape--a dis-
play of maps, Michigan Historical
Collection, 160 Rackham. Hours:
8-12, 1:30-4:30 Monday through
Friday, 8-12 Saturday.
Events Today
University Radio Programs:
3:30 p.m., Station WPAG, 1050
Kc. "Education for Unity," Prof.
R. C. Angell. Chairman of Depart-
ment of Sociology.
3:40 p.m., Station WPAG, 1050
Kc. ,Asia Supplement," Mr. John
Mueh 1.
Institute of Aeronautical Sci-
ences: 7:30 p.m., Michigan Union.
Dr. M. V. Markovin will speak on
the subject, ,'Some Thoughts on
Compressibility Troubles in the
XS-1 Airplane." Business meet-
ing concerning Engineering Open
House.
Botanical Journal Club: 7:30
p.m., Rm. 1139 Natural Science.
The program will be a symposium
on Cain's "Foundations of Plant
Geography" by Keith Wagnon,
Alma Dietz, Marvin Rogers and
Kurd Lang. Professor Rogers Mac-
Vaugh, chairman.
Quarterdeck: 7:30 p.m., .Michi-

gan Union. "Light Alloys and
Their Application to Ship Con-
struction"gand "The Salvage of
the George M. Humphrey" will
be presented.
La P'tite Causette: 3:30 p.m.,
Grill Room, Michigan League.
The Workshop for Understand -
ing Between the Faiths: 7:30 p.m.,
Lane Hall.
Theology Seminar: 8:30 p.m..
Lane Hall.
Christian Science Organization:
'7:30 p.m., Upper Room, Lane Hall.
Polonia Club: 7:30 p.m., Inter-
national Center. Plans for this
Sunday and for Polish Night will
be discussed. All prospective mem-
bers are cordially invited. Refresh-
ments and entertainment follow-
ing meeting.
MYDA: Forum on "Are Investi-
gating Committees a Threat to
Academic Freedom?" Professor
Preston W. Slosson will moderate.
7:30 p.m., Union. All interested
persons are invited.

CAMPUS
BRIEFS
Sigma Rho Tau .
Sigma Rho Taui, engineering
stump speakers society, will meet
at 7:15 p.m. today in Rm. 319 of}
the Union to discuss "Should We
Abandon Our Program for the
Development of Lighter than Air
Craft?"
Membership plaques will be pre-
sented, and a demonstration of the
raconteur type of speaking will be
given.I
Ballet Club eet'ig
WAA Ballet Club meetings will
be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday for,
the beginners group and at 8 p.m.;

G REEK LETTER GROUPS:
Dean Lloyd Asks for More
Positive Social Leadership

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desire to be 'exclusive' is not one
of humanity's better traits.
"In my estimation there is
another phase where the system
is vulnerable and open to criti-
cism. That is the failure of some
groups to stand for high living
standards, fine standards of social
conduct and serious scholastic
achievement. Fraternities and so-
rorities could be one of the great-
est influences on any campus for
the maintenance of high standards
of living and of fine social morale.
Some of them on every campus do

or university owes a debt of grat-
itude. Fraternities and sororities
should take full responsibility
themselves in these matters. When
university and college authorities
have to step in, it is an indictment
of the system.
"Criticism of fraternities and so-
rorities would be silenced if they
made a more dynamic contribution
to campus life, (1) by establishing
libraries for their members and
by taking more mature periodicals,
with less emphasis on "Life." "Es-
quire," and "Look, (2) by assum-
ing a more positive attitude of
social leadership instead of an em-
phasis on what should not be done,
and (3) by a thoroughly democra-
tic attitude toward the campus as
a whole, seeing themselves as a
part of something much larger.'
RIDER'S
Now at 115 West Liberty

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we ~yorinermedates.nI accomplish this, but far too manyI
the dancing room at Barbour Gym. do not.
New members may join either Possible Destructive Force
group this week. "Where groups are not
ataining standards and are shield-
'Ensian Pictures . . . ing individual members whose
The Ensian business staff and I conduct is not what it should be,
tryouts will meet at 4 p.m. today they represent a destructive social
in the Ensian office to have their force. To those fraternities and
picture taken. sororities which are standing for
high scholarship, good housekeep-
ing standards, temperance, and
Polona Society . . . proper social behavior for every
Polonia Society will hold a meet- member of the group, any college
ing at 7:30 p.m. today in the In-

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Modern Dance Club:
Barbour Gym.

7:30 p.m.,

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Square Dancing Class, sponsor-
ed by the Graduate Outing Club,
Women's Athletic Bldg. Everyone
7:45 p.m., Lounge, Women's Ath-
letic Bldg. Everyone welcome. A
small fee will be charged.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation:
Social committee, 4:15 p.m., Foun-
dation. Please bring eligibility
cards.
Faculty Women's Club, New-
corners group will entertain the
Michigan Dames and wives of for-
eigti students at an All Nations
Party at 8 p.m., International
Center.
┬░Coning Events
American Society of Mechanical
Engineers, student branch. Open
meeting; address, "Power Plants,"
Mr. A. C. Pasinin, of the Detroit
Edison Company. 229 W. Engi-
neering Bldg., 7:30 p.m., Wed.,
March 12.
(Continued on Page,6)

SINBAD JOINS THE LEGION -- Sinbad, the beer drinking dog,
a veteran of many campaigns, and famous mascot aboard the
U.S.C.G. cutter Campbell, was initiated into the American Legion
St. Louis County Memorial Post 111, in St. Louis, Mo. He is the
second war dog so honored. Here, Sinbad, Dog First Class, dress-
ed in his legion regalia is given a lecture on "good conduct" by
Post Commander Bernard F. Flatkin during the initiation.
'NUMBER PLEASE':
Telephone Calls from Cty
Show 24 Per Cent Increase

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COMFORT
SUPREME . .
... such as grandmother nev
knew is found in these Pla
Tex girdles, made of late
MADEMOISELLE has its fir
supply in since pre-war day
These extra fine girdles con
in all sizes.
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that only 10.2 per cent of the long
distance calls placed here begin
with: "Operator, I'd like to re-
verse the charges."
It is believed by Prakken that
the war greatly popularized the
use of the long distance wires.
"For both men in service and
their families back home it be-
came an everyday occurence to
place calls spanning thousands
of miles," he said, "and it is only
natural that this habit should
carry over into peacetime."
Company Enlarging Facilities
Although it has already added
a great deal of equipment, the
telephone company is enlarging
its facilities in Ann Arbor to
take care of the continuing high
rate of calls. A new office build-I
ing is under construction, and a!
new wing is being added to the
central traffic building. Besides!
taking care of long distance ser-
vice and Ann Arbor calls, the

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telephone company must also ser-
vice the University dial system
and install phones in all the new
University buildings now under}
construction.
The telephone company is mak-
ing special efforts to relieve the
party line congestion in Pitts-
field Village, which is part of
the Ann Arbor exchange. As
many as eight or ten families
there are sharing one line. Ad-
ditional cable and central office
equipment will: be required before
this congestion can be alleviated.
Service Improved
Regarding long distance service,
Prakken said that peak efficiency
has not yet been reached but
that service has improved greatly
in the last six months. He also
stated that future plans include
providing a toll dialing system3
that will make it possible for a;
person to dial a number in a dis-
tant city without the assistance
of an operator.
While exact percentage figures
are not available, the fact that
University students certainly usea
their share of long distance lines
was suggested by the fact that
long distance calls placed here
have a tendency to increase by
three per cent toward the end
of each month, he said.1
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TYPEWRITERS
Bought, Sold, Rented Repaired
STUDENT & OFFICE SUPPLIES
0. D. M ORRILL c
314 S. State St. Phone7177 1

Lutheran Meeting .. .
The Lutheran Student Assoc-
iation will meet at 7:30 n.m. to-
day for the Church History
Class.
Faith Worship ...
The Workshop for Understand-
ing Between Faiths will visit the
Student's Evangelical Chapel fol-
lowing a pre-visit seminar at 7:30
p.m. today in Lane Hall.
An introduction to Calvinist and
early Protestant tradition will be
discussed during the seminar.
Canterbury Club .. .
Breakfast will be served at
the Canterbury Club Student
Center following Holy Commun-
ion at 7:15 a.m. tomorrow.
Student Faculty Tea '...
A student-faculty tea honoring
members of the psychology de-
partment will be held at 4:30 p.m.
Thuisday in the Russian Tearoom
of the League.
Faculty Wives
To Hold Party
An All-Nations party will be
given for wives of foreign students
and members of the Michigan
Dames Club by the Newcomers
group of the Faculty Wives Club
at 8 p.m. today at International
Center.
A discussion of the customs of
China, India, Turkey, Egypt, Chile
and Brazil, with special emphasi-
sion those affecting women, has
been planned for the program.
Book Shelf Section...
The Book Shelf and Stage sec-
tion of the Faculty Wives club will
meet at 2:45 p.m. today at the
home of Mrs. Louis Rouse, 1137
Michigan.
Afternoon Bridge .,.
The Afternoon Bridge group of
the Newcomers section of the Fa-
culty Wives Club will meet at 1:15
p.m. today at Mrs. J. . Preston's,
2505 Whitmore Lake Road.

ARISTOCRATS!
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Pronounced GETscraft
You, too, can be an aristocrat with royal blood
if you have this courteous, capable and ener-
getic printing organization make up all your
needs. Our service is so fast it will floor you.
DOWNTOWN
308 NORTH MAIN STREET (Dial 2-1013)
200 Feet North of Main Post Office
ATHENS PRESS, PRINTERS

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SURE, WE DE LIVE R!
SMALL OR LARGE WORK

.. Yes, THE VAN AKKEREN
KNIT SHOP has everything
you need: yarn, knitting nee-
dles,, and bobbins. Come up
today and make your selec-
tions.
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STOCKED

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... for summer in cute
and silk jersey dresse
sure to see the wide vari
styles at THE CAMPUS

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SHOT

IN PERSON
MUSICAL
DEPRECIATION
REVIEW
THE CITY SLICKERS
14 VAUDEVILLE ACTS 14
160 MINUTES OF
MUSICAL MADNESS
Proceeds to go to the
University of Michigan
Fresh Air Camp
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CHAMPION...
You must see EIBLER'S stock
of white-stoned, sterling silver
bracelets and earrings. The
superb workmanship and extra
fine quality give this jewelry
the right to be termed "champ-
ion."

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FORMAL EDUCATION
ABOLISHED!
Garg Presents
The Royal Road
to Learning
See it in the March Gargoyle

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