PiT ,HE MICIGi AN DAILfY
TMTRSDAY, MARCH 20, 1947
Business administration stu-
dents will become "simulated
stockholders" at a mock regional
stockholders' meeting Thursday.
March 27, in the Union ballroom,
James Ford Bell, chairman of
the Board of General Mills, will
preside over the meeting, Dean
Russel A. Stevenson of the bus-
iness administration school an-.
Following the actual pattern of
stockholders' meetings, the com-
pany'.s operations will be explainedd'
in detail, including a modernized
Iinanical statement and a movie
"This is clear evidence of the
effort of a major corporation to
bring its minor stockholders in
to the counsels of the company so
as to keep them informed and to
have their assistance in the mak-
ing of policies," Dean Stevenson
The "simulated stockholders"
have already received copies of
the General Mills' annual reports.
The meeting will be open to the
Horses can sleep standing up
because their legs are provided
with muscular mechanism which
causes them to lock, making a
horse stand as if he were on stilts
PLEDGE CARDS OUT:
Final Plans Are Completed
For Campus Heifer Drive
Plan for Union.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Final plans for the "Heifers for
surope" drive which will begin
Monday have been completed by
tee, according to Seymour S. Gold-
During the drive, houses and
.he University Famine Commit- I other campus organizations are
Cairo U President
Will Lead Discussion
Dr. John S. Bad-au, president of
.he American University in Cairo,
will discuss "The Situation in the
Viddle East" at 8 p.m. Sunday in
Rm. 316 of the Union under the
:auspices of the Arab Club.
Dr. Badeau is a former regional
thief for the Middle East of the
Office of War Information. Wash-
ington, D. C. He is the author of
'he Foreign Policy Association
Headline Book "East and West of
Suez," and associate editor of the
Journal of Modern Education.
He has served as associate pro-
fessor in religion and philosophy
at the American University of
Cairo, and has been president of
. the university since 1945.
asked to contribute funds for the
purchase of a heifer or part of a
heifer. The cost of one is ap-
proximately $160. These heifers
are inoculated and government
inspected and shipped through a
reputable relief agency to any des-
ignated area or person in Europe.
Pledge cards have been sent, out
to campus groups. Any organiza-
i tion which did not receive one
may call Lane Hall and a card
will be mailed to it. The Famine
Committee is allowing the groups
the remainder of the semester to
raise the money, although they
are asking that the pledge cards
be returned with the amount of
the pledge on them.
The Congregational -Disciples
Guild is sponsoring a box sup-
per to raise money for the project
and the Canterbury Club has al-
ready obtained over half the
money necessary to purchase a
WASHINGTON, March 19-P)
-A system of tight government
control over the source materials
of atomic energy-uranium and
thorium-was announced tonight
by the Atomic Energy Commis-
The regulations, continuing the
wartime controls over uranium
and extending them to thorium,
will be effective at midnight
PHILADELPHIA, March 19-(/
-The two major groups of Pres-
byterians-split. by issues of the
war between the states-disclosed
today a new plan for organic un-
ion of their more than 8.,500,000
A joint committee worked out
an agreement which will be rec-
ommended to general assemblies
to be held in May by the Pres-
byterian church in the U.S.A. and
the Presbyterian Church in the
U .S., northern and southern
bran ches respectively.
The Northern Presbyterians at
the same time announced they
are holding the door open for fur-
ther conversations with the Pro-
testant Episcopal church on or-
A statement expressed regret
t h a t the Episcopalians, who
made the original unity sugges-
tion, turned down the proposed
union at their last general con-
The Presbyterian department of
church co-operation and union re-
plied to a communication from
the Federal Council of Churches
that the church is willing to co-
operate in any movements of un-
ion among Evangelical churches.
The Federal Council communi-
cation embodied declarations of
the Congregational C h r i s t i a n
churches and the Disciples of
Christ to their purpose to join in
a conference looking toward un-
ion with the union-minded Pro-
testant churches. The' Presby-
terian Church said it would send
representatives to such a confer-
ence if it is held.
The union plan of the two Pres-
byterian groups is a revision of a
similar 1943 proposal and was
agreed upon earlier this month
at a Cincinnati conference. No
essential change is involved in the
policy or doctrine of either church,
Publication ht The Daily Officialj
Bulletin is constructive notice to all ,
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the offfice of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell all, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1947
VOL. LVII, No. 119
Students, College of Literature.
Science and the Arts: Except un-
der extraordinary circumstances.
courses dropped after Satln'day,#
Marci 22, by students other than
freshmen will be recorded with
the grade of "E".
The Alumnae Council requests
women students having an aca-
demic average of 2.6 or better and
interested in cooperative living to
call at the Office of the Dean of
Women if they wish to apply for
residence in Henderson House in
the fall semester.
Late and overnight permissions:
The Office of the Dean of Wom-
en accepts requests for late per-
missions and overnight permis-j
sions only during office hours.
Emergencies arising after the of-
fice is closed are handled by
housemothers. Attention is called
to the student government rule:
"Housemothers may give late per-
mission on week nights Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thurs-
day) only in the case of unavoid-
able and justifiable emergencies
which arise after the Office of
the Dean of Women is closed for
the day. Such emergency during
the week must be reported by the
student the following day to the
Office of the Dean of Women, at
which time she must present a
TheI I. of M. Health Sevice ington. 505-W. 505-R. gencyfalls.
physician living at WVilow Run .FrdikB.Wlasn,39gnycl.
Village is Dr. F. G. Ziobrowski. W . Frederick B. Williamson, 319 b. For the community: Call Wil-
1626 Monson Court, who (*Tt be D MiJhign. ,1226W 1226. low Village 3120, Extension 15. A
reached by University stuents in Dr. J. J. Woods, 19 N. Washing- +c o l
case of emergency during the eve-
ning and night by calling Ypsi- Dr. Melissa H. Worth, allergy, 1,000 Trapp edin Flood
lanti 3120 and asking for the Uni- 15 N. Adams Street, 494, 2-3815
written statement of the circum-
stances from her housemotlher.
Dr. H. A. Scovill. 107 Washte-
naw Avenue. 3352-W. 3352-R.
Dr. C. W. Spears, 23 N. Wash-
vice, Ann Arbor 2-4531. No charge
is made to students for this ser-
vice in emergenc cass:adch1rgc
versity physician. Ann Arbor.
Customary Health Service fees Dr. W. J. Wright, 133 W. Mich-
are charged. igan, 890-W. 890-R.
When medical services :re need- (The first ;number following the
ed at Willow Village. the follov,-
ing resources are av i:ble the seco s is the ofice phone,
ilhe se-c (nd the home phone.)
LONDON. March 19- --Rag-
ing waters trapped 1,000 people
in the Yorkshire town of Bent-
ley tonight :s England's rain-
swollen rivers rose toward rccord
a. For University of Michiganl
students only: In cases of enier-
gency, call Ypsilanti 3120 and ask
to be connected with the Univer-j
sity doctor living on the project.
If h4 cannot be reached, eall the
Health Service, Ann Arbor 2-4531.
Customary Health Service fees willI
b. For the community: The fol-
lowing will make house calls atE
Willow Run Village. Customary
fees will be charged for services of
Dr. Harold D. Barss, surgeon,
133 W. Michigan, 456-W, 456-R.
Dr. Thomas J. Bass, 608 Arm-
strong, 2951-W, 2951-R.
Dr. Richard H. Baugh, 32 N.
Washington, 450-W, 450-R.
Dr. L. W. Frost, 32. N. Washing-
ton. 2784-W. 2784-R.
Dr. Bradley M. Harris, 220 Pearl
Street, 2106-W. 1288-R.
Dr. Donald W. Martin, 11 Sav-
ings Bank Bldg., 981-W, 981-R.
Dr. Albert F. Milford, 32 N.
Washington, 520-W, 520-R.
Dr. Marcia Potter, 318 W. Cross
Street, 106-W, 106-R.
Dr. George S. Sayre, 220 Pearl
Street, 2106-W, 2106-R.
Dr. Reuben I. Seime, 302 W.
Cross Street, 212-M, 121-J.
B. Ambulance Service
a. For University of Michigan
students only: Call Health Ser-
North Main Opposite Court House
Today and Friday
Chester Morris in
Ilona Massey in
"ONE ROMANTIC NIGHT"
Weekdays until 5 P.M., 25c
Evenings and Sundays, 30e
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Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire
SO DARK THE NIGHT
- Friday and Saturday -
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Delicious Midnight Snuck
Miller's Box Lunch
Golden Brown Chicken
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Home-made Rolls and Individual Pies
We Deliver Anywhere, Anytime
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HELEN & EDDIE PRESENT
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for extra xingo... a masterpiece!" --Winsten, N. Y. POST
with English Titles :
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COOK, World Telegrafh
Also: "Out of Darkness,"
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Thurs., Fri., Sat., March 20, 21, 22 - 8:30 P.M.
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
Box Office Opens 2 P.M. Daily
Admission 42c (tax incl.) Reservations Phone 6300
FOUND-Gold key chain. Corner S.
University and Washtenaw. Saturday
night. Call Brady, 2-5644. )27
PARKER "51"-Found Monday, March
10. Call Ypsilanti 9263 and ask for
Tom Ashley, Room 69. )20
LOST-At Union Fri. eve. White scarf
with sequins. Sentimental value. Re-
ward. Call 2-3781. Ask for Jinni. )80
FOUND-Cash. Owner may claim by
describing amount, denominations,
and container to finder's satisfaction.
Harold Porter, Phone 4145. )56
FOUND-On East Huron Sat. night,
woman's single-strand pearl bracelet.
Call 6588. If pretty, ask for George,
if not ask for G1l or Ken. )18
LOST: Billfold. Keep wallet, pictures,
please return money, extremely nec-
essary, poverty stricken coed. Rose-
mary Doty, Phone 8598.
WILL PERSON who accidentally took
gray gabardine topcoat from Sugar
Bowl last Friday please call 6589, Mr.
Lancaster to arrange for exchange.
WILL PERSON who accidentally picked
up brown Botany gabardine topcoat
Saturday evening at Martha Cook
open house please exchange same at
Martha Cook desk? )15
LOST-Acacia fraternity pin. Black and
Gold right triangle studded with
pearls and rubies: "M" guard at-
tached. Call Fred Malsom, 2-6674,
1923 Geddes. Reward. )74
LOST-Arvey cigarette lighter (silver)
Sunday afternoon between W. Quad
and Mich. Theatre. Contact D. W.
Zeigler, 214 Michigan House, W. Quad.
THE "ARCHIBALD S. HOLEBROKESO-
CIETY, LIMITED" permits male
guests at its meetings only in ac-
cordance with the strict provisions
of its constitution. )2
* NLTTERING GIRLS
rR R R
FOR SALE-Combination RCA Radio-
phonograph. Large automatic con-
sole model. Approximately six years
old. If interested, phone Len Kauf-
man, 4315, after 7 p.m. )53
1941 MERCURY, 2-Door, Radio, Heater,
Spotlite, Foglite, all extras. See at
1336 Geddes, just 2 blocks east of
E. U., all day Thursday. )22
SALE-Tuxedo and vest. Size 36. $25.
Call 2-3672. )71
SALE-Ping pong table, $19.00. Man's
bicycle, $20.00. Call 8670. )70
FOR SALE-Ford, Model A, 1928. 200 N.
State St. Apt. 301. Ph. 2-6837. )75
TUXEDO SUIT-Size 36. Complete with
shirt. Like new, Phone 2-3456 after
7 p.m. )541
ICEBOX-100 lb. capacity. Good condi-
tion. 1215 So. Univ., Apt. 1. 7 - 9
p.7 .) 76,
FOR SALE-RCA Radio-Victrola Com-
bination. Sensational buy for $50.00.
2-8192 after 5:00 P.M. )50
Good condition. Only
5068 between 4 and 8.
1 yr. old. Call
A BETTER PRICE paid for Men's used
clothing. Sau's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. )14
TROPICAL FRUITS FOR EASTER-~
Bushel of fancy citrus fruits, nuts,
and jellies, $4.95. Half bushel, $2.50.
Pineapple, oranges, or seedless grape-
fruit, $2.75 bushel. $1.50 half bushel.
Tree ripened juice oranges, 29c dozen.
Packed 5 or 10 dozen in basket. Pre-
paid by fast express. Tropical Fruit
Mart, Winter Garden, Florida. )8
TRANSPORTATION-Driving to Miami,
Florida, April 4, return 14th. Room
for 3. Phone M. Gilbert, 8470. )A
TWO FELLOWS bound for N.Y.C. or
vicinity this vacation. Will share ex-
penses of car ride. Call Wym Price,
TWO STUDENTS desire ride to Esca-
naba or vicinity April 4 or 5. Share
expenses. Phone 8844. )3
ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERS
Sales--John Jadwin-service. 855 Tap-
pan Ave., phone 2-7412. )10
TYPEWRITERS now available for rent,
standards or portables. Office Equip-
nent Service Co., 111 S. Fourth Ave.
TYPING: Theses, term papers, etc.
Duplicating: notices, form letters,
programs. A2 Typing Service, 232
Nickels Arcade, phone 9811. )55
TAILORING and SEWING
DRESSMAKING. Dresses, Suits, For-
mals, and Bridal Gowns. Alterations.
For alppointments, call Mrs. Ringinen.
ANNOUNCING an addition in person-
nel. We feel free to offer prompt ser-
vice. Let us help you plan your spring
and summer wardrobe. Huldegarde
Shop. 116 E. Huron, 2-4669. )19
REWARD-For information leading to
the renting of apartment in fall-
Jack Krewson, 4183. )24
PERMANENT HOME-Mother and adult
daughter; English-speaking Belgium
immigrants, arriving soon in Ann Ar-
bor. Need apartment or rooms -
preferably near campus - will ex-
change housework for living quar-
ters. Excellent references. Financially
secure with permanent income. Phone
Hold Those War Bonds
The Melody Men
Phil Savage Evenings 25-8084
'AND THE NIGHT shall be filled with
Music." That is, if your radio works
O.K. If not, call 9241 or leave it at
The Tavern Cafeteria for quick repair
WORK for your board at Phi Sima
Delta and enjoy the best home cooked
meals in Ann Arbor. Call 4211 this
evening after six and ask for the
AMBITIOUS Mothers who need to earn
but can only work part time. Avon
Products, Inc., offers opportunity to
earn $1.00 and more per hour. Hours
at own convenience. Write Box 80,
Michigan Daily. )16
A CAREER FOR YOU-The telephone
company offers interesting work, com-
fortable quarters, cafeteria on prem-
ises, vacations with pay, thrift plans,
advancement. For further informa-
tion call 9985 between 8 and 5. Mich-
igan Bell Telephone Co. }33
5 OF THE SAX SECTION
THE INTERNATIONAL SWEETHEARTSOF RYTHM
22 - TERRIFIC MUCICIANS - 22
ANN ARBOR ARMORY
9:00 to 1:00
$1.75 inc. tax
FOR SALE-New set of formal tails,
size 38-40. $65.00. New. Worn three
times, will sell fpr $50.00 complete.
Phone 2-1487 after 5 p.m. )64
REAR your children with Electronics.
"Electronic Baby Sitter" will reliably
watch your baby, day or night. Priced
reasonably. Call 2-1371 )24
CAMERA-German Agfa Isolette. 6.3
lens, built-in self timer. 12 or 16
pictures on roll of 120. Beautiful ever-
ready case included. Price,$30.00. Call
5158, D. S. Baker. Leave message. )4
GOLF-The greatest names in Golf
Clubs. Hagen, Spalding and Wilson.
Have a good assortment of these.
Municipal Golf Course. Call 9230.
Phone number 2-0175. )17
BLUE and Chrome Breakfast-Set; wine
studio couch; easy chair; wine up-
holstered rocker; cedar chest, table
lamp and table-all like new. 1613
Monson Court, Willow Village-after-
noon and evenings. )12
FOR SALE-Outstanding offer-North-
ern muskrat full-length coat. Size
10-12. Bought December. Owner leav-
ing for California. For quick sale-
first offer over $240.00 Original value
$400.00. Phone Ypsilanti 2870-J. )78
by ordering your
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