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THE MICHIGAN DAIL

SUNDAY, MARCH '00, 1947

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Secrtary' s Office on or befoe mathematics. biological sciences,

publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive nzotice to all
rnembers of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin ,;hould be sent in
typewritten forin to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell hall, by 3:00 p.mn. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a~m. Sat-
urdays}.
SUNRAY, MARCH 30, 194'7
VOL, LVI, No. 127
,Noices
Student Tea:. President and
Mrs. Ruthven will be at home
to students on "Wednesday atfter -
noon, April 20, from 4 to 6 pm.
Notice of Regents' Meeting: The
next meeting of the Regents will
be on April 25 at 2:00 pm., Com-
munications for consideration at
this meeting must be in the Presi-
dent's hands not later than April
17.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
School of Education Faculty:
March meeting, Mon., March 31,
4:15 p.m., U.E.S. Library.

A University regulation requiresI Midsemester reports are due not
that all students leaving Ann Ar-; later than Friday, April 4.
for for extended vacations must' Report cards are being distrib-
return library books before their uted to all departmental offices.
departure. The purpose of this Green cards are being provided
regulation is to insure the avail- for freshmen and sophomores and
ability of books for scholars who white cards for reporting juniors
wish to use them while the 'Uni- and seniors. Reports of freshmen
versity is not in session, and sophomores should be sent to
In accordance with this rule 108 Mason Mall; those of jiuniors
students planning to spend the and seniors to 1220 Angell Hall.
Springf recess outside Ann Arbor Midsemester reports should
must retuorn library books to the name those students, freshmen
Charging l Desk of the General Li- and upperclassmen. whose stand-
brary (or the proper Divisional ing at midsemester is D" or "E,"
Library) before leaving the city. not merely those who receive "D"
Special permission to charge or "E" in so-called midsemnester
books for use outside Ann Arbor examinations.
may be given in case of urgent Students electing our; courses,
need. Arrangements must be made but registered in other schools or
at the Charging Desk for books colleges of the University should
from the General Library or with be reported to the school or (col.-
Librarians in charge of Divisional lege in which they are registered.
Libraries. Additional cards may he had at
Students taking Library books 108 Mason Hall or 1220 Angell
from Ann Arbor without permis- Hall.
sion are liable to a fine of $1.00. ---

Th r.day.Apr-il3.
S (1) tl~fltS on campus now T 3"i (it1ll()
are noct, living in dormitories but
would like to apply for dormnitory
accommodtations for the fall and
spring rc.einesl rs of 1947-483may
do soattheOff"ice (.f the Dea <n
of Women on -April 1, 1947 begin-
nine at 7:30 ariA. They will b,: ac-
Scepted up) to the number if spce
avibl for" them. Aplkictios
whose acadI'emic recor(1 are now
clear.
} Wormen students now I on campus j
h o us ,i for t hefo ilm s 1 )7 f r . 1947.t~
at th (>ff'iceolthlca lW -
en oni Apr il 1, VAT7
IStutdentsm:atiply for only one
type of It otring.
All freshmen m~ en ho have rer
ceived notificationl of their eligi
bility for memrshrip_ in Phli Eta.
Sigma, Nati ,oal Vrcshnmn I no1t;Cr
Society, l!"_rc1','t l to pGY mei-E
bers-hip dues; by Wednesday,Api
2.N money can be accepted~
after° that dlate. Payment, may be
made in Rm. 2?, University Hail,
at the information desk.
Springfield College, Springfield,
Massachuse,=tts , the International
YMCA College, announces Gradu-
ate Assistantships for the aca-
demic year 1947-48. Major areas
of concentration aro counseling
and guidance, group wvork and
('omimunity o nnzation. health
education, piy ictal education, and
teacher eutioni. For further in.-
Sformation, rall aptt helBureau of
Appointments, 291_Mason IHall.
Panama Canal Zane: Mr. B~en
M. Williamns, Superintendent of
Schools, The Panamra Canal Zone,
will be at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, Monday, March 31., to in-
terview candidates in terested in
Lteaching positions in the Canal
1Zone.
The division of sch ools of th e
Panama Canal Zone is seeking
well qualified teachiers to: fill Va"
cancies in all th-c leentary
grades, and in junior 1w.,gh sci uool
mathematics, general sci.ence and
social studies. Other positions will
be open in the senior high school
subjects of English, social studies,

phsi ic al sciences, commercial
wvoi I,,. household arts, and nmetal
shp nd for a supervisoryv
tectrof metal shop.
A general meeting of all candi-'
desinterested in any of the
above( m1,ent:ioned positions will be
held0 in 302 Mason Hall, 10 a.m.,'
',IMon., March s31.
- ot: further information call
41:%1 Ext. 489.
.ng«ineers: The Electro Auto-
Light: Company will be at our of-
fic( on. Tues., April 1, to interview
elect i.al, mechanical. chemical
an :r(1industrial en gineers. Call the
Burau f Apoitmets.201 Ma-
so Ihl.cx.,71 for an appoint -
ii
r'. itr S t udents in (Chemisery,
('1.eln - ngineering, 'M~cciui-
et .Dng.:ineering:If you would life~
Suu ~ loymI";Ient with the
ProCtoir and Gamble Company at
C (S~o vryae Cincinnati)
'St. Louis, or Kan as City -at, a sal-
'ar of $187.50 per month, come
to Rni. 221, W. Engineering Bldg.
j fr an exmination at 7:30 p.m.,
hig sorers on this test will be
intlervie wed at a later date.
taeof Michigan Civil. Service
Ann o (ouncement has been received,
inz thlis office for Employment
ISeric fe Interviewer I. Salary range
is frocm $200 to $240 per month
ClIng,,; date is April 16. Seniors
wh re graduating in June are
elgilefr this examination. Call
at( thethreati of Appointments,
S2(! Ma ,o: [all1, for furthe ir infor-!

ested in working, at sutmmer re- I
sorts, hotels, o-r nationalpak this'
suimmer are askhed t o see(, Mrs.
Mantle of the Burieau ofApon-
ments in Rm,. 306 Mason 11-ail.
Mon., March 31, 0-12 noron and
2-4 p.m. These include jobs ,a
waitresses, bell boys, bus o.
clerks. etc.
Unti-ersifty C ommiun iiy (enter
1045 Midayt
Willow Run Villagye
Sun., Ma rch :10, 10:45 a.m. -In-
tertlenoitionul hurch Serv-'
tionI nurser,
Mo..Mach31, 10 ..a.'WillowI
Ru Cooperative Council.
Tues., April 1, 8:? i.-ivsof
Student Vtrn lb pca
program: Mr. Ft rdman(;11ieres
of Brussels, Belg iim; 2 .m~., Cre~a-

butl we are limitd in our enroll1-01
ment1bte szeofourlabra
no 'limittio1fo;ths11tudnt
on<<l ilc1h _a (l ei try 110
O~ ~ :'~~5of dpcusi'slo1th
'i. '02.1W. Engineei,1ng Bldt,

els and p 1roblab;ility f unction1s bi-
Cr111on (vcI "t ravS c t
Wayne Dunla: Ear,1'1Bat1es, cla3ri-
neist :. 1Program1: Croach, anl
pn, \1ritallyEdudIlie
andl1. dredicatedc to the memor y of
the late1 Palme'r Christ.ian; Sym1-
phony No. 1 in F. minr by How,,-
ard Hanson, Pe leas and Meli-
sande by Fau1re, Premier Rhap-
sodie by Deibulsy, iand Soirees
Musicales byI%, Brittoni. Open to the
general publi,,-without charge y,.
>facuIty Rlt'sal: Eli:,ab1eth
( tUfI tl~o n Page 4)

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Faculty, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts:

BOOKS for
THE THRESHER-

Students holding University
Driving Permits are reminded that
1947 license numbers must be re-
ported to this office as soon a~s
the new plates arc put on the car.
Failure to do so will invalidate
the permit, mnaking the bearer li-
able to disciplinary action for un-
authorized driving. Consequently
all students desiring to retain
driving privileges, including those
of the exemption type, should re-
port their 1947 license numbers to
Mr. Thatcher, in Room 2 Univer-
sity Hall. Reports by phone (4121
ext. 346) are acceptable.
Office of Student Affairs
Students, College of Engineer-
ing: The final day for DROPPING
COURSES WITHOUT RECORD
will be Saturday, April 5. A
course mnay be dropped only with
the permission of the classifier
after conference wx ih the in-
struc tor'.
Students, College of Engineer-
ing: The final day for REMOVAL
OF INCOMPL.ETES will be Satur -
day, April 5. Petitions for exten-
sion of time must be on file in the

tive Writers' Group. , ,-" _.:(,)= ( " ,)r( ) ( ."" i} f t} } )t. ?O .Y:::
Wi (1. April 2, 8 p .111. Wivxe.,
Club Benefit Bridge Party.9)I
Thturs., April 3. 8 l)in.-M undy Ki ve r !uxu rv ouC
Thrhnsday Service of tedni-, Q 7
nat onal Chtu cz. l Si
1riday Sc i ice.,intereoMn- \"\UL1 IL 1
C lonal Church.at
Keep Wednesdays open to t1
tedthe spring; talks on homesShes ]]8$3 5 ac
bn ooks. 10 Set II6... bec
Lectures Pillow cases 22x36 $1,5~H.0 pair
Mr. John S. Sammonls, CS.of O c o) at iul-(bvs L111615;00t) P.-
Chicago, Illinois, Member of the 9-
Board of Lectureship of The Moth- j
erChrch e, The First Church of
Christ, Scienitist, in Boston, Mas- AI N F S '
e, hitit cece e Always Rea snably Praced! 11 NIcKELS ARCADE
igion of Wet-ks. " at 3 p.m. Sun., I
Mlarch :30, Ke°llogg Auditoriu m, - <= <=> =>o=>c<=o>}=>o=- <>=N
New< De ntalIlg. e; usicesof The________________________________________
Chrst7 ian S~lc tience.1Organization at
ptublic is cordially invited.L

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TheNe Yrk tae Ch1ool -of 1
Indutril ad Labor Relations,
Cori 11 ttiverLtyiaca. New
2.. r k i )s i. I. in" pnl, L tt'.CJ , nLLd . - t.

by Herbert Krause

$3.00

A GARDEN TO THE EASTWARD-
bay Harold Lamb
LYDIA BAILEY-
by Kenneth Roberts

tnisltips for the academic year M' lmdhsen ulse
194-4. hesc hool is offering M.AaalHsen ulse
,- insrutio )c a ii toi founder-atid leade r of the Young
l. r esnte followinPhDdeEgpPrm-1o i :,,)ag fields: Col- subject, -'Anglon-Egypitin Bela
3 tions, " at 8 p~m.o., March 31
iotA ~ ~ ~ ~ l i.,~ranig ua _el Rarkham Amphitheatre; auspice,
t ln;i Idity Industrial and;
I lborLeisltin ad Scil S _of the Arab Club. '111 public
enm ity:; Labor -Union History; Per- cO'tdi 31 vinvyited
nnuue Maagniet;atnd Indus-
trilEain For furth"er ini- A(Uidemi CIotil(CS
fortat o, Al I at thme Bureau of
Anpoirtinents. Rooli 201, Mason PSy(hl~ogy 141, meet in Ri
IIall. 205, Mason Ilall. Mon., March 31
______instead of Rm. 2003, Natural Sci
Summer Positions: Those inter- ence Bldg.
- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ilda C-- -- -- i Rn~~~(hemistrv 1 1Ioi

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HIHNOTE
of
PLEASURE

3.00

PEACE 01F MIND-~
by Joshua Liebman ........... 2.50
INFORMATION PLEASE ALMANAC, 1947-
by John .Kieran, Editor........2.00
at
Stale Street at North University

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CLASSIFIED A- 4UIiSING

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MI CI-IGAIN

TODAY

MISCELLANEOUS
'IF it don't say a thing, give us a ring,
and we'll make it sing." For expert
radio repair service, Phone 9241 or
bring your radio to the Tavern Cafe-
teria. )12
PLASTIC LAMINATIONS -- All types,
discharges, birth certificates, andc pie-
tures. Also photos laminated and
framned. Leave work at Calkins-Flet-
cher, Wikel Drug, Purchase Camera
and Card and Camera Shop. By
Trechnical Photo Service. ) 21
PHOTOSTATIC Copying, Enlargements
or Reductions. Leave your work at
Wikel Drug, Calkins-Fletcher, Par-
chase Camera, Card and Camera.
marriage and birth certificates, dis-
charges, records. 24-hour pick-up
ser vice. Technical Photo Service. 917
Sunnyside, Phone 4559, 2-6958. )54
BUSINESS SERVICES
ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaner s 3aI(
.Toln Jadwin, service. 855 Tappan
Ave. Phone 2-7412. ) 10
TYPEWRITERS nlow available for rent,
standards or porta bles. Office Equip-
ment Service Co., 111 S. Fourth Av'e.
)36
TYPING : Theses, term papers, etc.
Duplicating: notices, form letters
programs. A2 Typing Service, 232
Nickels Arcade, phone 9811. )55
TAILORING and SEWING
YOUR SUIT or coats restyled to the tat-
est trend. Prompt. Service. Gins-
burg's, 607 E. Liberty. )
ANNOUNCING an addition in person-
nel. We feet free to offer prompt ser-
vice. Let ucs help you plan your spring
and summer wardrobe. Hildegarde
Shop. 116 E. Huron, 2-4669. )19
WANTED TO RENT
MALE graduate student desir'es to rent
single room. Would also share room
with one ort-wxo other students. Call
2-7800. )
STUDENT veteran andt wife wish to
rent or sublease furnished apartment
for suimmer- term. No children, no
smoking or drinking. Excellent('bar-'
acter guaranteed. Write Daily, Eox
46. )7

FOR SALE
TICKETS to Slide Rule Ball- just re-I
('iv d bids to Blackfoot Bail. C'all
Broadbeamn or Booze, 2-4514. )28
A BETTER PRICE paid for Men's used]
clothing. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-C
singeton Std- )1 .
MANS topcat and camewls hair spout1]
coat, size '10. 'lwt ladies fornual,,
rose ('cpe and blue net, sire 12.
Phone 5789. )3
FOR SALE--21-Foot National House]
T1raileru- with awnirig. Excellent condi-
tion.Pie Trailer Parr, 46537 Ecorse
Rtd. ) o
1946 H-OtISETRAILER. 21 ft., 2 rooms
perumanent double bed. eleetric brakes,]
plent y (astot-age spade, pleasant
-uomue for couple. 935 Heath (Ct.,
Willow Village. )12
ATTENTION, GOLFERS-Let mre help
you se-,lect your golfing needs. Comn-
plete tiners of oll1top-grade elubis,
bag!s, balls. Phone 2-20581. Johnny
MalloyGlfll'Professional. ) 13
FOR SAl r; { om bitat ion RCA Ha 410-
phionogr;aph . Large automnatic con -
sole model. Approximately six yearns
01(1. If Interested, p)hone Len Kauf-
man, 4315, after 7 p.m. )53
TROPI CAL FRUITS FOR EASTER-
Bushel of fancy citrus fruits, nuts,
and ,jellies, $-.95. Half bushel. $2.50.
Ptieapple, oranges, or seedless gr ape-
fruit, $"2.75 bushla. $1.50 half bushel.
Tree ripened J tmie oranges, 29c dozen.
Packed 5 or 10 dozen in basket. Pre-
panidI by fast express. Tropical Frusit
Ml~art,Whinter Carden. Florida. )18
HELP WANTED
YOUNG-' LADY -to work at Soda foun-
taro. No Sundays or evenings. Swift
Drug Store, 340 S. State. Ph. 3534. )60
ATTRACTIVE OPPORTUNITIES await
girls who are on the lookout, for per-
manent positions with a future. For
further informsation call 9985, between
8 aun, and 5 p u. Miehigaun Bell
'releplhone C o. )3:
FOR RENT
FOR RENT -House (lose in f'or frateur-
ruty. Adldre s Box 61, Michigan ] Ilaily.
PERSONAL
HAPPY BIRTHRDAY, ZEES

LOST AND FOUND
1L bEreturn mny Parker "51" lost tn
1;t r'y T hurscay unourning. Black and
silver. Reward. Call 4013 Stockwell .) 421
LOST 1--Fitter pipe between Betsy Ross
S,'p andI Economics Building. Re-
ward. Please call 4952.)2
LO0ST---Woman's gold Gruen wrist
watch, very narrow, brown braided
leather hand. Millicent Dalitz. Phone
24471. )2
LOSr-One gold lady's wrist watch.
Make Mathay Tissot. Between. State
Street and corner So. Division and
P~ackard,. Call Rosalie Moore.-9413.
Reward -)

evident fronm advanced regist ra -
t ion that it ma y be necessary to
li mit enrollmentu in the biological
chelnistry labor-y for the stunm-s
rier session of D17 as was the caseI
last year. Sincet it is desir'ed to
give preference to proper-ly quali-
fied students on this campus, it its
re~ questecdthtat all students con-
tact my office (Bin. 317, W. Medi-
cal Bldg.) before the Easter vaca-
tion if they wish to have a place in
tis course reserved for them. We
shall make every effoi-t to accenm-
modate students who must take
this course during the summer,

Give your evening of festivities
the perfect sendoff!
OURJ1 YE/IRS of experience in creating
miemiorable dinner par-ties are at your
sc'ri'ce. Make arrangements nlow to dine
with your friends at the Allenel. Enjoy
the finest of food -- expertly cooked
and graciously served in one of our
private d~niug 7romns.
77tfe il//enel elte

TYPEWRITERS
Bought, Sold, Rented Repaired
STUDENT & OFFICE SUPPLIES
0. D. MORRILL
314 S. State St. Phone 7177

1 26 EAST HURON

PHONE 4241

LOST ON CAMPUS-Black billfold with
large amount of money and papers.
Papers urgently needed. Reward.
Ken MeManis call 4436. )29
WILL cream colored club coupe that
picked us up Monday afternoon in
Willow Village please return type-
wvriter to English Departmentou' 1692
D)arien Ct., Village. 11. M. LaDue. )23
1.0ST -- Perale wire-haired terrier,
c;Biit e with black and b~rown mark-
in1:s. 1,indf-r please notify E. J.
lteuuier. 1745 Quncy Ct., Willow Vil-
lage. Reward. )42
TRANSPORTATION-
SOMEONE to share driving to San
Francisco, leaving April 2. For par-
ticulars, call 2-4365.
WANTED--Ride to New York City or
vicinity, April 4th. Will share ex-
penses arid driving. 2-68I70. Phil. )39
RfIDE WANTED - Boston. Share ex-
penses. Good diriver-. Veteran, Fri.
afternoon. Phone Ypsi 9692. Ross
Gunn. )37
WANTED--Ride to Cincinnati, 0., or
Lexington. Ky., for Spr-ing vacation.
Call 2-1489 tfter 7:00 p.m. Luke
Ware. )62
DESIRE RTDE to Birrmingham, Ala-
bamna or thereabouts to leave on the
4th oi- 5th of April. Share expenses.
Call Jinn Fisler, Ypsi 31159-W, re-
ver-se char-ges. )76
STUDENT WANTS ride to St. Louis
leaving Aptril 4. will share driving
aitd expenses. Call eventings 2-1562.
)31
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