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-- WEDNESDAY , APRIL , 147

LIKE OLD TIMES:

ROTC To Present Exhibition
At Engineering Open House

Former Army men on campus
will have-plenty of chance for rem-
iniscence at the exhibition plan-
ned by the campus ROTC unit for
the Engineering Open House
April 18.
The Ordnance and Signal Corps
branches of the unit are coopera-
ting on displays to be set up in
the ROTC. Rifle Range Building.
Oratorio Will
Be Presented
By Methodists
Guest soloists and the senior
choir of the First Methodist
Church will join to present Theo-
dore Dubois' oratorio "The Seven
Last Words of Christ" at 8 p.m.
today in the church sanctuary.
Rose Derderian, soprano, senior
voice student at the University and
soloist at the First Baptist Church;
Warren Foster, tenor, soloist at
the Walnut Hills Christian Church
of Cincinnati; and Andrew B.
White, baritone, of the voice fac-
ulty of the music school and solo-
ist at Central Methodist Church,
Detroit, will perform the solos of
the work.
The performance will be con-
ducted by Hardin Van Deursen.
Mary McCall Stubbins will be at
the organ console. Assisting in
the presentation will be a small
instrumental ensemble composed
of faculty and students of the mu-
sic school.
The program is the eighth in a
series of memorials .to Mrs.
Harry B. Earhart, formerly music
commhittee chairman in t h e
church.
Other works presented in the
series have been: Verdi: Requiem,
1940; Mendelssohn: Elijah, 1941;
Stainer: Crucifixion, 1942; Bach:
St.Matthew Passion, 1943; Haydn:
Creation, 1944; Georges: The Way
of the Cross, 1945; Faure: Re-
quiem, 1946.

Ml's, BAR's, field telephone sets,
mortars and other familiar pieces
of equipment will included, alone
with some new items that may not
be so familiar to A.U.S. vets.
Small Arsenal
The Ordnance branch is plan-'
ning its exhibits to show the five
types of ordnance gear, small
arms, artillery, automotive, fire
control, and ammunition, accord-
ing to Major Robert S. Niccolls,
who is in charge of the Ordnance
department.
Small arms will include Garand
rifles, carbines, Thompson sub-
machine guns, BAR's, 30 and 50
caliber machine guns in both field
and aircraft mounts. A bazooka,
famous tank-killing portable roc-
ket launcher, will round out, the
assortment.
Artillery Display
Artillery will be represented by
a '75 mm. pack howitzer. This gun
is a special, compact 111 z iece
which can be dismouu.e: into rev-
er l ,m;4l Packs to b' carried ire
dividusiy. It is designedS r w
in moUnain fightin. "e w1-
k.j omit "0, CO and 80 P r, morCrars
will also be on displc'.
An amphibious "Dukw," a dis-
mounted tank engine, and utility
vehicles will constitute the auto-
motive end of the exhibition, zand
artillery fire control instruments
of different types will enable ex-
ar illerymen to explain to their
friends how they used to drop 105
mm. shells on a blanket at unbe-
lieveable distances.
Field Research
Opentings Told
Applications of students or in-
dependent investigators for field
study or research in botany or
zoology at the University Biologi-
cal Station near Cheboygan dur-
ing the eight-week summer ses-
sion should be made to the campus
office before April 15, according
to Prof. Alfred H. Stockard, direc-
tor.
Graduate students or under-
graduates with one year of bio-
logical science are eligible to ap-
ply. Those not previously enroll-
ed at the Station must submit
official transcripts and letters of
recommendation from two profes-
sors.
As enrollment is limited to 130,
Prof. Stockard urges everyone in-
terested to submit applications at
once to insure consideration.
The Biological Station provides
accommodatons for 55 single men,
50 single women, and 25 married
couples, he said.

Hos pita iDesign
To BI A ubject
Of Conferenice
Iiederta Survey Act
Hospital construction and de-!
sign will be discussed by educa-
tors, architectural practitioners
and public health and hospital of-
ficials at a conference on hospital
planning tomorrow, Friday and
Saturdlay.
Sponsored by the architecture
school and by ths Ann Arbor Con-
ference Group which has arranged
several similar meetings, the con-
ference will vonsider the recently
passed 13ederal Hospital Survey
and Construction Act, providing
aid for hopmital con ruction other
than special eten facilities.
Accent onI ihe.sign
Special consideration will be
given functional design, the vet-
erans hospital program, small
community facilities and the
mounting cost of personal service
in hospital planning during the
meeting.
Other talks will be given on dis-
tribution and communication, unit
standardization, surgical units,
X-ray facilities and patients' bed-
rooni orientation.
Construction Act
The federal construction act
which will be discussed has stimu-
lated a great amount of interest in
such planning, according to Dean
Wells T. Bennett of the architec-
ture school. Old hospitals become
out-of-date quite rapidly and fre-
quent replanning and innovations
are necessary, he said.
Kenneth I 1. Black, Lansing
architect, will be chairman of the
conference.
Hillel Foundation
Handle-s SOS Drive
Student participation in the na-
tional Supplies for Overseas Sur-
vivors drive, is being handled
through. the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation on campus.
The drive is aimed at securing
donations of medical supplies, food
and clothing for refugees, accord-
ing to Barbara Levin, campus
chairman. Contributions of cloth-
ing may be taken to the Founda-
tion, or will be collected at resi-
dences, Miss Levin said.
Women interested in knitting
children's clothing or other items
for the drive may contact Miss
Levin at 2-5587.
In drafting men for the armed
services in World War I, one out
of seven men was rejected for fail-
ure to meet minimum mental
standards.

Rutlhvent Tea
President and Mrs. Alexander
G. Ruthven will hold an informal
tea for all students from 4 to 6
p.m. today at their -home.
All women on the League Social
Committee are asked to be present,
according to the committee chair-
man.
Enshin Tryots ...
All 'Ensian tryouts will meet
at 4 p.m. today in the Student
Publications Building.
Tryouts should bring their
eligibility cards, acco:-ding to
Lorelei Niermin. 'Ensian asowm-
ate editor.
Churt h Services ...
Community services will be held
at 7::30 p.m. today and tomorrow
at Trinity Lutheran Church.
BaUchLRecital..
Prof. Elizabeth Spelts of the
nusic school will present a song
recital featuring music by Bach
and Mozart at 8:30 p.m. tomor-

OFFICIAL EXPLAINS TO COLOGNE DEMONS TRATORS - The Cologne Chief of Police (LEFT)
gestures as he talks to a group of German residen ts who gathered before the Town Hall in Cologne,
Germany, to protest food shortages and the requisitioning of houses for Allied families.

Contempor. ar'y
Artists' Lives
To )Be Aired.
The first in a series of thirteen
broadcasts on modern American
and European art by Carl D. Shep-
pard, .Jr., instructor in Fine Arts
at the University, will be presented
by the University Broadcasting
Service at 2:30 p.m. today over
station WKAR.
The programs will deal with
both the life and work of one par-
ticular artist on each broadcast.
Each artist's place among contem-
porary artists will receive partic-
ular attention, as well as his con-
tribution to modern art. Shep-
pard will also define Surrealism,
Fantastic Art and Primitivism,
and will present an analysis of
the reasons for their appearance.
In addition, the effect of current
art on modern architecture, in-
dustrial design, and advertising
will be explained.
The first program in the series
is designed as an introduction to
the entire subject. On succeeding
Wednesdays, Sheppard will discuss
the other artists and their works.
Anyone interested in 'securing
copies of the paintings under dis-
cussion may obtain 12 small prints
in color and 11 in black and white.
The prints may be ordered through
the University Broadcasting Serv-
ice. Included with the prints will
be a mimeographed copy of the
talks.

SDAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

T axis..

(Continued from Page 1)
or not more cab licenses should be
granted. There are now 62 cabs
operating in Ann Arbor, and these
are operated by 315 licensed cab
drivers.There has been no in-
crease in cab permits in over a
year.
"It seems to me that 62 cabs
are enough for Ann Arbor if they
are kept in steady operation," the
Chief asserted. He also said that
he felt that mostly part time driv-
ers, not regulars, were responsible
for failing to obey the taxi laws.
The Daily was able to obtain
statements from only two of the
city's cab companies.
John Stauch, president of Vet-
erans Cab said: "I had a talk with
the Chief two or three weeks ago
and he told me then he had had
no specific complaints against
Veterans Cab Company. We will
work harder, however, to improve
our service."
Miss M. Hillis, spokesman for
the Radio Cab Company, said that
slhe believed that the police de-
partment was being fair with the
cab companies. "We understand
there are such cab drivers in Ann
Arbor," she said, "and we try our
best to weed them out of our com-
pany. We will cooperate in every
way with the police."
Ducks ...
(Continued from Page 1)
two authentic slide rules. The
original one was stolen three years
ago. Since then the Technic has
constructed and used another one
for the Slide Rule Ball. The origi-
nal was discovered a few weeks
ago in a fraternity chapter room,
according to the Technic.
The "duck," technically known
as a "Truck Amphibian 21/2 Ton
6x6," actually consists of an am-
phibian body mounted on the
frame of a standard 21/2 ton GMC
truck with auxiliary marine at-
tachments. It is 31 feet long and
has a beam about eight feet.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritte' form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell hal, by 3:0 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays).
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1947
VOL. LVI, No. 129
Notices
Student Tea: President and
Mrs. Ruthven will be at home
to students this afternoon from 4
to 6 p.m.
Notice of Regents' Meeting: The
next meeting of the Regents will
be on April 25 at 2:00 p.m. Com-
munications for consideration at
this meeting must be in the Presi-
dent's hands not later than April
17.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
Automobile Regulation, Spring
Vacation: The University Auto-
mobile Regulation will be lifted
from 12 noon, Fri., April 4, until
8:00 a.m., Mon., April 14.
Group HospitalizAdion and Sur-
gical Service: During the period
from April 5 through April 15, the
University Business Office, (Room
9, University Hall) will accept new
applications as well as requests for
changes in contracts now in ef-
fect. These new applications and
changes become effective June 5,
with the first payroll deduction
oni May 31. After April 15, no
new applications or changes can
be accepted until October 1947.
Library Hours During Spring Re-
cess:
From Friday, April 4 through
Saturday, April 12 the General Li-
brary will be open week-days from
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Study Halls with-
in the building and Angell Hall
Study Hall will be open from 10
a.m. to 12 noon, and from 2 to 4
p.m. Graduate Reading Rooms
will be open from 9 a.m. to 12 noon
and from 1 to 5 p.m. There will be
no Sunday service on April 6 and
13.
In general, Divisional Libraries
will be open on short schedules,
i.e. 10-12 and 2-4 daily.
Exceptions are: the East and
West Engineering Libraries, which
will be open from 9-12 and 2-5
daily except Saturday, when they
will be closed in the afternoon;
the Physics Library, open 9-12
daily, closed afternoons; the West
Lodge Study Hall at Willow Run,
which will be closed,
Deadline for Veteran Book and
Supply Orders May 3, 1947, has
been set as the final date for the
acceptance of veteran book and
supply orders at the bookstores.
All faculty members are requested
to anticipate material needed
through the end of the semester
and authorize same on or before
May 3. All back orders for mate-
rial not in stock at the bookstores
will be cancelled as of May 3.
Faculty, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts:
Midsemester reports are due not
later than Friday, April 4.

Report cards are being distrib-
uted to all departmental offices.
Green cards are being provided
for freshmen and sophomores and
white cards for reporting juniors
and seniors. Reports of freshmen'
and sophomores should be sent to
108 Mason Hall; those of juniors
and seniors to 1220 Angell Hall.
Midsemester reports should
name those students, freshmen
and upperclassmen, whose stand-
ing at midsemester is 'D" or "E,"
not merely those who receive "D"
or "E" in so-called midsemester
examinations.
Students electing our courses,
but registered in other schools or
colleges of the University should
be reported to the school or col-
lege in which they are registered.
Additional cards may be had at
108 Mason Hall or 1220 Angell.
Hall.
Seniors: College of L.S.& A.,
and Schools of Education, Music,
and Public Health: Tentative lists
of seniors for June graduation
have been posted on the bulletin
board in Room 4, University Hall.
If your name is misspelled or the
degree expected incorrect, please
notify the Counter Clerk.
Seniors and Graduate Students
who have received invitations to
the Honors Convocation on April
25 are notified that orders for
caps and gowns must be received
by the Moe Sport Shop no later
than April 15.
All Engineers and Engineering
Faculty are invited to a banquet
to be held at the Michigan Union
today at 6:00 p.m. Principal
speaker is Eugene W. O'Brien,
National President of the A.S.M.E.
Tickets are on sale now, second
floor of West Engineering Build-
ing.
Engineers and Architects. Under
Public Law 729. graduates ob-
taining degrees in mechanical, civ-
il, and electrical engineering or
scientific degrees in architecture
are eligible for commissions in the
Civil Engineer Corps of the U.S.
Navy. Information is available
at the Office of Naval Officer
Procurement, Book Tower, Detroit,
Michigan, or from the Professor
of Naval Science, North Hall,
Campus.
Students, College of Engineer-
ing: The final day for REMOVAL
OF INCOMPLETES will be Sat-
urday, April 5. Petitions for ex-
tension of time must be on file in
the Secretary's Office on or be-
fore Thursday, April 3.
Mr. Houghton, of Bethlehem
Steel Company, will be at the Bur-
eau of Appointments on Wednes-
day and Thursday, April 2 and
3, to interview engineers (mechan-
i c a 1, industrial, metallurgical,
chemical, civil, electrical, naval,
and marine), and also physicists.
(gontinued on Page 3)
TYPEWRITERS
Bought, Sold, Rented Repaired
STUDENT & OFFICE SUPPLIES
0.D. MORRILL
314 S. State St. Phone 7177

LANSING, April 1-A)--The
Senate Finance Committee today
was considering asking the Post-
war Victory Building Board to re-
allocate funds for the continua-
tion of at least seven construction
projects at state hospital arnd
health institutions rather than
wait for legislative action.

Under the title, Barnaby Club,"
a group of students meet every day
for a meal time discussion at Lane
Hall.
Cuirent topics are discussed by
the group, which meets regularly
for dinner and sometimes for
lunch. A five or ten minute intro-
duction on the topic to be discussed
is given by one of the students or
a member of the faculty who has
been invited to participate.
Edward Davis, who heads the
group, said the name "Barnaby"
was chosen because of the car-
toon which is printed regularly in
The Daily. However the name has
no connection with the activities
of the club and was selected part-
ly "'as 'a joke," he said.

LOST AND FOUND
PLEASE return my Parker "51" lost in
library Thursday morning. Black and
silver. Reward. Call 4013 Stockwell.)43
LOST-Avalon watch with expansion
bracelet Friday night, March 28, be-
tween Hill Auditorium and Miller's.
Box 15. )7
WILL cream colored club coupe that
picked us up Monday afternoon in
Willow Village please return type-
writer to English Department or 1692
Darien Ct., Village. R. M. LaDue. )23
LOST--On campus-pink-rimmed glass-
es in red leather case. Mary Gilbert-
son Phone 2-3225. )18
LOST-"White silk scarf with newspaper
design. Keepsake value. Robert
Flagg 2-4591 302 Greene House. )41
LOST-Akeufel and Esser slide rule.
Owner Alex Herrero needs it urgent-
ly. Phone 2-23a6. Reward. )3
MISCELLANEOUS
PLASTIC LAMINATIONS -All types,
discharges, birth certificates, and pic-
tures. Also photos laminated and
framed. Leave work -at Calkins-Flet-
cher, Wikel Drug, Purchase Camera
and Card and Camera Shop. By
Technical Photo Service. )21
PHOTOSTATIC Copying, Enlargements
or Reductions. Leave your work at
Wikel Drug, Calkins-Fletcher, Pur-
chase Camera, Card and Camera,
marriage and birth certificates, dis-
charges, records. 24-hour pick-up
service. Technical Photo Service. 917
Sunnyside, Phone 4559, 2-6958. )54
IF INTERESTED in an investment ap-
plying as rent which will assure you
a two year apartment lease write Box
31 Michigan Daily. )62
PERSONAL

TRANSPORTATION
SOMEONE to share driving to San
Francisco, leaving April 2. For par-
ticulars, call 2-4365.
WANTED-Ride to Cincinnati, O., or
Lexington, Ky., for Spring vacation.
Call 2-1489 after 7:00 p.m. Luke
Ware. )62
STUDENT WANTS ride to St. Louis
leaving April 4, will share driving
and expenses. Call evenings 2-1562.
')31
AM DRIVING to New York City and
return during Easter vacation. Call
2-2919 after six for round trip reser-
vations. Ask for Grady. )6
PASSENGERS WANTED - Two girls
with comfortable car have room for
students to New York. Leaving Fri-
day afternoon. Phone Jo Brundidge
or Jo Hill-8891. )53
WANTED: Riders to Toronto, Canada
and return during vacation. Phone
Ypsilanti 9299, Charles Drayton. )5
COUPLE WANTS RIDE to Chicago after
1:00 p.m., 4 April. Share expenses.
Phone 9222 ask for Pattison. )28
DRIVING 'IS0 LINCOLN, Nebr., Thurs.
April 3. 1947. Call 2-1314. )
WANTED: One passenger to share ex-
penses to Pensacola, Florida or Mont-
gomery, Ala. Leaving Friday noon.
Phone 6438. )2
WANTED TO RENT
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR in Southern
College, ex-Army Lieutenant Colonel
needs apartment or house in June
for extended period to complete grad-
uate study interrupted by war. Ref-
erences furnished. Call 9777. )12
TAILORING and SEWING
YOUR SUIT or coats restyled to the lat-
est trend. Prompt Service. Gins-
burg's, 607 E. Liberty. )4
ANNOUNCING an addition in person-
nel. We feel free to offer prompt ser-
vice. Let us help you plan your spring
and summer wardrobe. Hildegarde
Shop. 116 E. Huron, 2-4669. )19

FOR SALE
COLD Wool Suit, size 14, practically
new. Call 2-2521, ext. 104. Jean Ray,
after 5:30. )42
A BETTER PRICE paid for Men's used
clothing. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. )14
FOR SALE--21-Foot National House
Trailer with awning. Excellent condi-
tion. Pikes Trailer Park, 46537 Ecorse
Rd. ) 30
FOR SALE-Set of engagement and
wedding rings. Ten best grade dia-
monds set in platinum in yellow gold
rings. Never worn. Really beautiful
set. Phone 2-5553, Room 330. )76
1946 HOUSETRAILER. 21 ft., 2 rooms,
permanent double bed, electric brakes,
plenty of storage space, pleasant
home for couple. 935 Heath Ct.,
Willow Village. )12
NEED ANOTHER SUIT? I have three
for sale, size 40 long, in excellent con-
dition. Apt. 23, 520 E. Jefferson St.
)29
HELP WANTED
YOUNG LADY to work at Soda foun-
tain. No Sundays or evenings. Swifts
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 information call 9985, between
8i a.n.,and 5 p.m. Michigan Bell
Telephone Co. )33
ATTENTION Gl's: Part time work
available for several students with
previous auto repair experience. See
Mr. Burd at Cushing Motor Sales. )26
FOR RENT
TYPEWRITERS now available for rent,
standards or portables. Office 'Equip-
ment Service Co., 111 S. Fourth Ave.
)36
EXCHANGE TENANCY-3 room furn-
ished apartment available in Detroit
after June 1 in exchange for apart-
ment or flat in Ann Arbor. Write
9538 Pinehurst, Detroit 4, or call
Hogarth 3849. )13

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Duplicating: notices, form letters
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