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_ _ _ _lDai y O ffic ia l 'B u lle tin _ _ _ _ _ _ . rrnr~r w ~r.
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eation in The Daily Offictal
n is constructive notice to all
irs of the University. Notices
to Bulletin should be sent in
itten form to the office of the
nt to the President, Room 1021
Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
ing publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
DNESDAY, FEB. 12, 1947
VOL. LVII, No. 88

Notices

ance with the directive of the Dep-
uty Administrator for Veterans'
Affairs, Veterans Administration
Branch Office No. 6, Columbus,
Ohio, the local Veterans Adminis-
tration Office is to conduct a sur-
vey of all veterans in training at
the University and schools in this
area who are reporting nonreceipt
of subsistence allowance due them.
All veterans are urged to report
to Rm. 100, RACKHAM BLDG.,
THURS., FEB. 13, for the purpose
of making this report. For those
who cannot report on this date,
the deadline has been extended
until 12 noon, Fri., February 14.
Cooperation of all veterans will
assist the Veterans Administration
Regional Office, Detroit, Michigan,
ip. reviewing 'all -delinqtient sub-
sistence accounts.
Veterans: The attention of all
veterans is called to the recent
interpretation, of the Veterans.
Administration with regard to tak-
ing courses on a refresher, or any
non-credit basis.

which the veteran is enrolled will
govern any change of status from
credit to non-credit.

may be secured in Rm. 2, Univer-
'sity Hall.
E. A. Walter

2. The Veteran must do all the Director, Office of Student Affairs man of the Committee on Student

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tudent Tea: President and
s. Ruthven will be at home to
dents on Wednesday afternoon,
bruary 12, from 4 to 6 o'clock.
School of Business Administra-
n Faculty Meeting: 4 .p.m.,
urs., Feb. 13, Rm. 110, Tappan
11.
Veterans:
Ieports of absance will be re-
red weekly of all veterans who
receiving benefits through the
erans Administration. This re-
t is necessary in order that the
iversity can fulfill its contract
,h the Veterans Administration.
ailed instructions will be found
the report card.
'hese reports may be obtained
1 filed at the offices designated
bw.
:ollege of Literature, Science
i the Arts-hall of University
L.
olege of Engineering-Room
W. Engineering Building.
xraduate School - Graduate
ool office.
aw School-First floor corri-
~of Hutchins Hall.
;ollege of Architecture and De-
n-Room 207 Architecture
iding.
'olege of Pharmacy-Room 250
emistry Building.
chool of Business Administra-
1-Room 108 Tappan Hall.
chool of Dentistry College-
retary's office of Dentistry
iding.
chool of Education-Room 1433
versity Elementary School.
chool of Forestry-Room 2045
ural Science Bpilding.
chool of Music-Room 101
col of Music Building.
chool of Nursing-Room 2036
iversity Hospital.
chool of Public Health-infor-
tion desk of School of Public
alth.
Medical School-Room 123 West
dlical Building.
Veterans:
'he attention of all veterans is
ed to the fact that in accord-

work required of the students en-
rolled in the course for credit, ex-
cept for taking the credit exami-
nations.
'The veteran pursuing educa-
tional training under P.L. 346 who
drops a portion of his course dur-
ing the semester for any reason
will have his subsistence adjusted
on a pro-rated basis. The case of
chose who are in training under
P.L. 16 will be handled on an indi-
vidual basis by the Veterans Adm-
ministration official responsible
for their records.
Payment for subsistence allow-
ance, charges against eligibility
time, or payment for instructional
supplies will not be allowed by
the Veterans Administration on
courses requiring only attendance
at class without doing the work
assigned.
Honor Societies: A Dlirectorv

To All Undergraduates of the Uni-
versity:
Eligibility Certificates for the
second semester may be secured in
the Office of Student Affairs, Rm.
2, University Hall, upon presenta-
tion of the last report of grades.
Rules governing participation -in
Public Activities are as follows:
I.
Participation in Public Activi-
ties. Participation In .a public ac-
tivity is defined as service of any
kind on a committee or a publica-
tion, in a public performance or a
rehearsal, or in holding office or
being a candidate for office in a
class or other student organiza-
tion. This list is not intended to be
exhaustive, but merely. is indica-
tive of the character and scope of
the activities included.
II.
Certificate of Eligibility. At the
beginning of each semester and
summer session every student
shall be conclusively presumed to
be ineligible for any public activity
until his eligibility is affirmative-
ly established by obtaining from
the Chairman of the Committee on
Student Affairs, in the Office of
Student Affairs, a Certificate of
Eligibility. Participation before the
opening of the first semester must
be approved as at any other time.
Before permitting any students
to participate in a public activity
(see definition of Participation
above), the chairman or manager
of such activity shall (a) require
each applicant to present a certifi-

cate of eligibility, (b) sign his ini-
tials on the back of such certifi-
cate and (c) file with the Chair-

Affairs the names of all those who
have presented certificates of eli-
gibility and a signed statement to
exclude all others from participa-
tion. Blanks for the chairmen's,
lists may be obtained in the Of-
fice of Student Affairs.
Certificates of Eligibility for the
first semester shall be effective
until March 1.
ITI.
Probation and Warning. Stu-
dents or probation or the warned
list are forbidden to participate in
any public activity.
IV.
Eligibility, First Year. No fresh-
man in his first semester of 'resi-
dence may be granted a Certifi-
cate of Eligibility.
A freshman during his second
semester of residence, may be
granted a Certificate of Eligibility
provided he has completed 15
hours or more of work with (1) at
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Law Awards
To Be Made
Approximately 140 Law School
Juniors have begun an intensive
briefing for Case Club competi-
tions leading to the Henry M.
Cambell Award, Philip Westbrook,
presiding judge, announced last
night.
Westbrook added that represen-
tatives from the fall competitions
of the Junior class are now being
selected to enter the semi-final
and final rounds for the cash
prize. He said that hearing of the
practice cases will extend until
May 1, after which time award
winners will be announced.
Alpha Phi Omega
T o Hear Wal'ter
Dean Erich A. Walter of the
newly created Office of Student
Affairs will be guest speaker at an
open meeting of Alpha Phi
Omega, national service fraternity,
at 8 pn. tomorrow in Rm. 304 of
the Union.
Leiv N. Ryland, president of the
fraternity, has urged all men to
take this opportunity to meet
Dean Walter.

Religious Panel . .
Dean Hayward Keniston will
lead a panel discussion on "Coop-
erative Religious Emphasis and
the Educational Program of the
University" at 8 p.m. today at Lane
Hall.
Rev. John Burt, Episcopalian
students' chaplain, Rabbi Herschel
Lymon, of Hillel Foundation, Rev.
Frank J. McPhillips, Catholic
chaplain and Rev. Henry Yoder,
of the Lutheran Students Associa-
tion will participate in the Broth-
erhood Round-Table. The panel
will be followed by a period of gen-
eral discussion.
After the meeting, which is open
to all those interested, there will'
be a social hour.
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meet at 7:15 p.m. today
Union.
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Ch arch Discussion
Immediately following V
tions to be held'at 7:4 .
in St. Marys Chapel, they
a discussion of Catholic
in the club rooms.
* * *
Tea at Cener...
Teaching members
French faculty will be
guests at tea at 4 p.m. tom1
the International Ceiter
Mrs. Paul Spurlin will p
is served every Thursdcl
Center for'all foreign stud
friends who wish to atte

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ART CINEMA LEAGUE PRESENTS

ART CINEMA LEAGUE PRESENTS
MAXWELL ANDERSON'S
"I NTE RSET"'

The Veteran Administration Card for each Honor Society
will make payment for tuition should be filed with the Office of
supplies and subsistence only un- Student Affairs at the beginning
der the following conditions: of each school year, listing oi-
1. The veteran must enroll in cers for the current year. Any
the course on a refresher or credit group which is not so registered
basis. Change of election regula- for 1946-47 should register before
tions for the school or unit in March 1. A form for this purpose
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Box Office Opens 2 P.M. Daily

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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Room or board for a
couple in exchange for help with
housework. Call 4464.
FOR RENfT--Typewiriters now available'
for rent, standards or portables. Of-
fice Equipment Service Co., 111 S.
Fourth AVe. )36
FOR RENT-Single room in girls' lea-
gue house. 433 Maynard St. )18
TRANSPORTATION
FLY TO BOSTON'for spring vacation
in a chartered DC-4. Save money and
time. Those interested send card with
name and cldress to Ray Newhall,
Box 722 West Lodge, Ypsilanti. Limit-
ed number of seats. First come, first
serve. )6
WANTED-Ride to New Orleans this
Friday or Saturday. Will share ex-
penses. Call Ken Franz, 2-4481. )27
RIDERS wanwed from Detroit, arriving
Ann Arbor daily for 9 a.m. classes.
Call TR. 3-0677, Detroit. )26
WANTED
GIRLS-Wholesome homecooked meals
at Co-op house. $3.75 with 3 1-2
hours of work per week. 5974 between
5:30 and 6:30. )32
WANTED-Grand piano, regular size,
wanted by piano student. 3659 Stone
School Road. Phone 5175. -)25
MEN STUD1LN'S interested in eating
at a fraternity on Washtenaw call
23160. )51
JOB WANTED - Odd household jobs
done by vet student tired of sponging
off government and folks. Call 6578.
)5
WANTED TO ButY-One grey gabardine
military top coat. Size 37-38. Mrs.
Eugene, 220 Packard, phone 2-5580. )7
SPACE AVAILABLE for meals at league
house. Excellent food. 604 E. Madi-
son. )1
WANTED-To rent garage for car. Vic-
inity University and Church. Phone
John Altman, 7037. )9
HELP WANTED
YOU CAN ACQUIRE a skill and experi-
ence that can be profitable to you all
through life. Decide now to enter
telephone work. It's the type of job
that gives you a feeling of satisfac-
tion. Apply at Michigan Bell Tele-
phone Company, 323 E. Washington
St. )35
WANTED-Salesman with small car to
distribute medical supplies on estab-
lished territories in 'the state of
Michigan. Steady employment 'and
good wages. Write the Geo. H. Rundle
Co. At Piqua, Ohio. .
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
USE YOUR BRAIN to make spare-time
money; no "investment needed. Try
this plan half hour daily; see for
yourself! Dime and 3c stamp brings
details; that's aft you spend. Books,
Box 412, Ann Arbor. )20
TAILORING and SEWING
DRESSMAKING - Alterations, remold-
ifig, tailoring on new and old mater-
ial for men and women. All work
guaranteed. 821 Packard or phone 2-.
1919. ) 30

DRESSMAKING and alterations, also
teacher of sewing. Miss Livingston,
315 S. Division, second floor front.
)33
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Leeds wrist watch. Tan leather
strap. Lost on Jan. 21. Reward. Con-
tact D. Gale. Phone 8751. )15
LOST-Feb. 6 at 'Washtenaw and South
U.. Service watch, pink rimmed face.
Sentimental value. Reward. Call 9694.
)13
LOST--Gray and gold Parker "51" ini-
tialed "JF" January 17. Call J. Fur-
stenberg, 4211. Reward. )10
LOST-Lady's brown Scheaffer pen, gold
top, front of Angell Hall Tuesday.
Sentimental value. Reward. Call
Constance Nester, 2-2547. )19
LOST-Gray puppy (old English sheep
dog) with four white feet. Last seen
corner Washtenaw and S. University.
Reward. Contact John Buczynski 2-
4591, 114 Tyler House. )22
LOST-Blue, gold-capped Eversharp
pen. Lost last Friday, probably at
Union. Contact Don Wines, 201 Mich-
igan House. 2-4401. Reward. )34
LOST-Small black overnight bag left
in student's car Tuesday, Feb. 4. Re-
turn to Rm. 1., University Hall. )28
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Leiee F:2, case, filters, etc.
Call before Saturday. John P. Keen-
er; 1579 TuIly Court, Willow Run. )1
FOR SALE--Tux. Double-breasted, size
37. Glo-grain finish lapels-$20. Good
condition. Hale, 1466 Lenox, Willow
Run. )8
FOR SALE-Bo0klet "Why Not?" by
George W. Whitehead, Sr., exposes of-
fensive practices of daily press for
150 years. Postpaid, 15c in coin, Fact-
Finding Guild, 1001 No. Loral, Chi-
cago 51. )2
FOR SALE - Tuxedo, double-breasted,
just like new, size 38. Call at Rm. 6
414 S. Division, between 5-7. )31
FOR SALE-Attention medical stutents.
2 volume Clinical Laboratory Methods
Gradwohl,'Third Edition and Bergey
Manual Determinative Bacteriology
latest edition. Call 6735 evenings, ask
for Van. )21
FOR SALE- Set of Dietzgen "Gem Un-
ion" drawing instruments. In excell-
lent condition. $35. Call 7995. )24
FOR SALE - New fluorescent desk
lamps. Ne'y record players and auto-
matic changers-will attach to your
radio. For bargain prices call 2-1371.
)29
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STUDENT & OFFICE SUPPLIES
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