-THlE MICHVII-AN fi-XILNY
If Printer Cooperates
In N.Y. Show
A Variety Show featuring Uni-
versity faculty and student per-
formers will highlight the Cabaret'
Party to be held by the, Alumni
Clubs of New York City Friday at
the Plaza Hotel.
Andrew White, voice instructor
in the Music School, formerly with
Fred Waring's Glee Club, Marian
Owen, Cuban pianist and instrue-j
tor in the Music School, and Bar-
bara Lee Smith, '47 will partici-
pate in the show.
Stephen Filip.ak, '39, produc-
tion manager of radio station
WPAG will be master of cere-
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To Arrive May 16
Students who have bemoaned
the fact that they ever ordered
an 'Ensian in the past few years
because it arrived about six
months late can take heart.
This year, for the first time in
'Ensian's 51 years, the 'Ensian has
met the deadline,
"We have made all of our four
different printers' deadlines," Flo
Kingsbury, managing editor, said.
"Everything is complete: plates,
copy -u- everything."w
The contract with the printers
reads that "we are to have the
books delivered May 16," Miss
Kingsbury said, "so students
should expect delivery and distri-
bution right around that time."
Commenting on the excitement
of this year's 'Ensian staff about
being the first one in 51 years to
meet all deadlines, Miss Kingsbury
said, "it's like having quintuplets."
She emphasized, however, that
if the printers fail to live up to
their part of the bargain, there's
nothing the 'Ensian staff can do.
She said she "hoped that when,
for once, the 'Ensian staff had
made the deadlines, the printers
would not fail them."
Truman Honors Hull
With Oak Leaf Cluster
WASHINGTON, April 15-()-
President Truman drove to Beth-
esda Naval Hospital today to
award the Medal for Merit with
an Oak Leaf Cluster to Cordell
Hull for his distinguished services
as Secretary of State.
Violin Recital Today
Mary Kanno, music school stu-
dent, will present a violin recital
at 8:30 p.m. today at Lydia Men-
The program, which will be
open to the public, will include
compositions by Vitali, Bach, Mo-
zart, Vieuxtemps, Granados and
Buy and Hold
U. S. Savings Bonds!
Yearbook Deadline Set
I inal deidli -c for 1V4, ichiganenian subsrilpticns is
S aturday, April26.
Between the covers of this year's Michigan "memory
book"till'be di old stan+ dhys--pictuircs of ail camp"s "rgani-
7ations and house groups and of more than 1I,800 graduating
In addition the book will contain complete coverage of
all major varsity sports-including every football game of the
1946 season. Informal life in residence halls and fraternity
and sorority houses will be featured on several pages. Con-
trasting work and play will be pictures of classroom activities
and extens ve coverage of dances, especially the CLass of
1948's JJ bp.
A3N I NTER ESTI]NG PAST :
A inversar-y of Publicatoii.
The Michiganensian celebrates i e price of the publication re-
its 51st anniversary this spring. mained at one dollar.
The official yearbook of theI Quite a bait of controversy had
University, it was preceeded by to be overcome before the board
three separate annual publica could decide on the offical name
tions. One of these, The Castal-l of the new ya book. President,
Angell suggested that it take the
ian, was published by the inde- Latin words "for Michigan." The
pendents of the senior class of board did not 'like "Michiganens-
both the literary and engineer- ium" but merely cha t'd that to
ing colleges. The Castalian was "Michiganensian.
named after a spring signifying New Publication,
purity, brightness and inspiration, the fra-
andt the editorial staff hoped that ternities had a rather big see-
the mantle of this tradition WOUl tion because of their influence on
fall upon their book. the former Palladium. They still
Fratrnit I'ulicaia~npublished the pert and. ink sketch-
Fraternity Publication es and also a complete list of the
A second book, Palladium, was different chapters. A second large
the annual publication of the fra- division of the book was devoted
ternities and sororities. This book to athletics. At that time the stu-
printed a pen and ink sketch of dent body was in charge of the
the crest of each of the fraternal activity and hired its own coach-
organizations and also a list of es.
A Latin American style supper,
a walt Disney technicolor film,
and group singing will make up
the Sunday evening program at
tl International Center this
Prepared by members of the
r atin American Society and spon-
OrC(Iei by the International Stu-
dents Committee, the supper at
:;(1 p.m . in the aIternational
('t 1 ter will feaiture "arr-oz Conl
pjoilo''chicken and riceand
iherf' Sou-th American cdishes.
"S.outhr of the Border," a film
staruring, the famrous Disney char-
acters and h ihlighted by color
photogr;aphy of tlhe Latin Amer-
e:nr counrtryside.will bempresent-
ed at 8 p.m. i Rm. 316 of the
Following the film, group sing-
ing will be led by Ricardo Cortez,
guitarist, in the International
717 IlrhUniversity Ave.
THE YEAR IN PICTURES - Transferring the work of 'Ensian cameramen to the pages of the
1947-48 yearbook are, left to right, Warren Talcott, art editor, and staff members Betty Jo Slocum.
and Rozann Radliff.
A sound film in color on the
discovery of folic acid, a new syn-
thetic vitamin, and its use in
treating anemia will be shown at
7:15 p.m. today in Rm. 151 of the
The movie is sponsored by the
University Branch of the Ameri-
can Pharmaceutical Association,
which was organized during the
Following the picture, Dr. Beth-
ell, assistant director of the Simp-
son Memorial Institute, will give
a short talk and answer any ques-
The 25-minute film tells the
story of folic acid from its dis-
covery in mushrooms, spinach,
yeast and liver.
Ping pong contests .will be direc-
tel by Zorac Organschi each
To: Miss Carol Siebert, Sales Manager, 1947 Michiganensian
Student Publications Bldg., Ann Arbor, Michigan
local members and other chap-
ters. The word, palladium itself
signified the group of the nine
foremost fraternities, but other
newer fraternities were also given
Res Gestae, the third of these
publicat ions, was printed annual-
ly by the senior class of the Law
Sctool. Since the three publica-
tions were mostly supported by
advertising, each book sold for
only one dollar,
Constant strife and rivalry be-
tween independent and fraternity
students were the result of separ-
ate publications. In 1896, the
publication of Res Gestae printed
.ai editorial advocating the com-
bination of the three annuals into
one publication supported by the
entire student body. President An-
gell favored this suggestion and
aided publication of the first is-
sue of the Michiganensian in
The first publication was edited
by a staff consisting of 12 mem-
bers--four independents, four fra-
ternity men and four law stu-
dents. Its maintenance still de-
pended mainly on advertising and
Even though the first issue -did
not meet with approval and suc-
cess, the idea of one year book
was well liked. Inexperience, a
bad cover and poor printing were
some of the causes of its failure,
but these handicaps were over-
come rapidly until it attained the
popularity of the Michiganensian
on campus today.
'from 1 -PM.
35c to 5 P.M.
North Main Opposite Court House
Starts Today -
Richard Dix in
THE 13th HlOUR
William Boyd in
for $5.00 in payment for
Wkou twume~Aor - I Soaid
t ctnt yt S td t
a 1947 MICHIGANENSIAN. Please mail receipt to:
N am e: ...............,......... ... .........
Fraternity Pledges New Members
Ann Arbor address:. ............. ... .
Home a dress ........ .......... . .
This coupon must be received by the MICHIGANENSIAN
before the deadline, April 26, 1947.
Alpha Kappa Psi, business ad-
ministration fraternity, has pledg-
ed the following members:
John S. Aldrich, Stanton Allen,
Carl Beblavi, Jack Carter, Lee H.
Clark, Jerry Coiner, William Cul-
man, John Duncan, and Russel
Don Fingleton, John Logothe-
tis, Robert Lovett, Fred Maxon,
Conrad McAlpine, Allan Neef,
Frank Nichols, and Calvin Rock.
Vernon Romzick, Ralph Taylor,
Frank Turk, Stanley Wagar, Bill
Walker, and. Robert West.
Bought, Sold, Rented Repaired
STUDENT & OFFICE SUPPLIES
0. D. MORRILL
314 S. State St. Phone 7177
ISLAND FLING lI COSTA RICA III WORLD NEWS
"LADY IN THE LAKE"
starts: 2:03 - 6:00 - 9:30'
BRUG - CALDWELL.
Lloyd House, Center
To Hold Tournamients
Chess, bridge, and ping-pong
players from Lloyd House and the
International Center will compete
in tournaments beginning this
week in the International Center.
A team of players from the Law-
yers Club will also participate in
the Tuesday and Friday evening
chess sessions under the direction
of Robert Scholten, University
student from Norway.
WOULD like to start club for tall peo-
ple. Those interested write H. Brazee,
Post Office Box 201, Ann Arbor. )15
WANTED-Good standard make tenor
sax, lacquer preferred. Buyer in town
Friday. write to Box 72, Daily, giving
phone number. )26
"The .Play's the Thing," but if the
thing don't play, give us a ring, and
we'll fix it today. Phone 9241 or
bring your radio to the Tavern Cafe-
teria for expert radio repair service.)19
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Pair Harlequin-Style Glasses
April 3. Probably near Rackham Bldg.
Owner blind without them. 2-4471,
LOST-Ruby rIng in men's washroom
Angell Hall last day before vacation.
Drop postcard Chas. Drayton, West
Lodge, Ypsilanti. Reward. )31
LOST-near Arcade, man's brown lea-
ther wallet containing idetification
and money. Finder please call 2-2581
for Thomas E. Lusk. Reward. )32
LOST-A beautiful friendship and my
roommate's favorite silver snake chain
necklace. Happened Friday 4th in
doctor's office Health Service or in
University High. $10 reward plus
gratitude. Call 2-1146. Ask for Carol.)2
LOST - Hamilton man's wrist watch
with metal wrist band. Left in second
floor, League, Monday evening. Finder
may arrange for reward by sending
postcard to K. L. Kline, Box 841, West
LOST-K&E Slide Rule. Gentleman who
FOR SALE-Man's Bicycle. Good condi-
tion. Ph. 6980, 1437 White. )21
ROSE Club Chair. Recently rebuilt and
upholstered. $55. Apt. 4, 412 Foun-
A BETTER PRICE paid for Men's used
clothing. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. )14
FOR SALE-2 May Festival Concert
tickets. 10th row, first balcony. Call
SIX-TUBE General Electric table model
Radio, blonde walnut cabinet, $25.00.
Call 2-6912 after 4:30. )25
1946 FORD, 2-door sedan, super deluxe.
Radio, heater, etc. 5000 miles. Best
offer takes. Phone 2-3307 after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE-Conn B-flat straiglet so-
prano sax with case. Needs cleaning,
used very little. First $50 takes it.
Daily, Box 72. )22
FOR SALE-Remington portable type-
writer, Deluxe No. 5, new last Novem-
ber. Used very little. Box 119 Michi-
gan Daily. )3
GOLFERS-Your golf clubs are here.
Take your pick. Hagen, Spalding and
Wilson, all prices. Municipal Golf
Course. 9230. )13
ATTENTION WOMEN GOLFERS-Wo-
men's golf clubs-2 woods, 6 irons
(hickory shafts) canvas bag, $40.
Walter, 343 Liberty Court, Ph. 6012.)29
FOR SALE-127 Exakta camera, f 2.8
Zeiss Tessar, shutter 1/1000, self-
timer, plus accessories-meter, photo-
flash, tripod. See S. Kaplan, Room
C-11, Lawyers Club. )28
WANTED TO RENT
STUDENT COUPLE desires apartment
starting August. Long-term residence.
Wife teaches, no children or pets. Box
23, Michigan Daily. )5
WANTED TO RENT-A house or large
apartment for summer months of
June, July, August, also September, if
possible. Will pay full rent in ad-
vance. Box 25, Mich, Daily. )17
SINGLE business man desires studio
room or suite with outside entrance.
Preferably ground floor or basement.
South or east side campus. Perma-
nent, references. Phone 2-7412. )12
WANTED-Two waiters for fraternity
dining room four blocks from cam-
pus. Call Treasurer 4707. )11
SALESMAN to represent York Refrig-
eration and Air Conditioning Distrib-
utor in Washtenaw County. Salary
and commission. Write box 20. )16
HERE'S a sterling opportunity for
young man who wants to work for
his board and room in girls' League
House. Job open immediately. Hurry!!
ENGINEERS and PHYSICISTS
Prefer men under 30 years of age who
are thoroughly trained in the funda-
mental principles of' physics and en-
gineering and who possess an ability
to apply these principles to experi-
mental work on processing of rubber
and textiles. Must be college graduate.
Reply giving full details of back-
ground, education, etc. to
U. S. RubbersCompany
6600 E. Jefferson
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