-THE MICleIGAN -DAILY
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23,1
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Fresh Air Camp To Benefit
From Annual Tag Day Sales
-Plans are now underway for the
annual Tag Day sales which will
be held next Wednesday for the
benefit of the University Fresh Air
The Fresh Air Camp fulfills a
two-fold purpose-it provides a
summer's recreation and educa-
tional program for underprivileged
boys from the northeastern Michi-
gan metropolitan area and it gives
to students, interested in the wel-
fare and adjustment of boys, first-
At U Camp
The University chapter of Phi
Delta Kappa, honorary educa-
tional fraternity, is providing a
$100 research grant for a research
project to be done at the Univer-
sity Fresh Air Camp this summer
on problems related to the thera-
peutic camp situation.
In addition to the research sti-
pend, which will be applied to per-
sonal expenses, material, assist-
ance or any other services the can-.
didate deems necessary, the reci-
pient's board and room will be
furnished by the Fresh Air Camp.
The applicant must be a male
graduate student registered or
qualified to register in the Rack-
ham School of Graduate studies.
He must file basic personal data,
present a transcript of credits and
references and present a proposal
for research including the nature
of the study, methods involved and
the anticipated date of termina-
Applications must be filed by
May 20 and a committee to se-
lect the recipient of the grant will
include the Director of the Fresh
Air Camp or designated represen-
tative, Phi Delta Kappa president
or representative, chairman of the
camp research committee or desig-
nated representative and one other
faculty member acquainted with
the camp and process of such re-
search,. to be appointed by the
Dr. G. Max Wingo, principal of
the University Elementary School,
will provide additional informa-
To Be Held Here
Highlighted by the 20th annual
championship high school debate,
Forensic Day will be held here
Friday, with an estimated 500
high school students from all over
the state in attendance.
Lansing Eastern High and Flint'
Central High will be the contest-
ents in the championship debate,
which will begin at 8 p.m.
The visiting students have a full
day of activities planned for
them by the University Extension
Service, which annually sponsors
sand experience in study, observa-
tion and treatment.
About 250 boys between the ages
)f eight and 13 years come each
summer to the camp which is 10-
.ated 24 miles northwest of Ann
Arbor on Patterson Lake. Each boy
is sent by one of 25 cooperating
social and case work agencies. The
igency works with the boy before
'e comes to camp and selects him
Jecause of his need for specialized
The camp property comprises
about 300 acres adjacent to the
Edwin S. George wildlife reserve
ind near the state-owned Water-
too Recreational Project. At pres-
nt there are some 26 permanent
'uildings, including a main lodge
women's dormitory, classrooms,
workshop, cabins and a modern
Boats and other camping and
sports equipment are available for
use in the program. The camp is
also available to students of the
University as a winter resort.
The Fresh Air Camp is now in its
27th season. Ten years ago the
University Summer Session began
to offer counselors related gradu-
ate courses. The camp was offi-
cially accepted by the University
Board of Regents in 1944 and in
January, 1946, the camp was
placed in the University's Insti-
tute of Human Adjustment in or-
der that its program might be in-
tegrated with the other research
and training activities of the agen-
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Kappa Delta's "KayDee D a r t
Group To Meet
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urer, Congress of Industrial Or-
ganizations, W ash in gton, D. C.
President Alexander G. Ruthven
will extend greetings to the visi-
tors from the University.
Second general program session!
>f the Schoolmasters will be held
at 7:45 p.m. Friday in the Ann Ar-
aor High School Auditorium on the
"opic, "Minority Problems." Speak-
2rs will be Prof. Theodore Bram-
ld, of the University of Minne-
,ota; President John W. Davis of
Nest Virginia State College; and
rats Kushida, Midwest Regional
Director of the Japanese-Amer-
man Citizens League, Chicago. This
meeting will be open to the public.
Third general program session
of the Club is scheduled for 9 a~m.
Saturday in the Rackham Lecture
lall to consider "Religious Tol-
rance." The speakers, from De-
troit, will include B. Benedict
Mlazer, of Temple Beth El; Her-
bert Geecher Hudnut, of Wood-
ward Ave. PresbyteriannChurch;
and Dean John F. Quinn, of the
University of Detroit.
A series of 18 conferences in spe-
cial teaching areas will be held
Friday. The conferences a r e
scheduled for deans of women,
school librarians, vocational coun-
selors and for teachers of art, bio-
logical and general science, busi-
ness, classics, education, English,
geography, mathematics, modern
language, music, physical educa-
tional, physical science, social
studies, speech and vocational
Meetini8 To Start
The 17th annual Conference on
Teacher Education and the 12th
annual Conference on Problems in
School and College Cooperation
will be held tomorrow in the Un-
The teacher education confer-
ence* will be held in the morning
under the auspices of the educa-
tion school. The second conference
will be held in the afternoon,
sponsored by the University's Bu-
reau of Cooperation with Educa-
DR. W. E. B. DUBOIS
...to speak here
Talk on U.S.
Dr. W. E. B. DuBois, expert on
the history of the American Ne-
gro, will lecture on "The Ameri-
can Negro in the World Today" at
4:15 p.m. today in Rackham Lee-
Noted as editor and author of
many books and articles dealing
with race prejudice and Negro
history, Dr. Dubois is at present
director of special research of the
National Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People. He
wsa the founder of the Pan-Afri-
A graduate of Fisk University,
Dr. Dubois has also received de-
grees from Harvard, Atlanta Uni-
versity and Howard University,
and was at one time professor of
economics and history at Atlanta
He has edited "Crisis," the Phy-
Ion Quarterly Review, and the En-
cyclopedia of the Negro. His lat-
est books are "Black Folk-Then
and Now," published in 1939, and
"Dusk of Dawn," published in
Tickets for the lecture, which
is sponsored by the Inter-Racial
Association, may still be obtained
today from IRA members.
In Colonial Virginia ten pounds
of tobacco were offered for every
good wool or fur felt hat turned
iTait Beta Pis
To Initiate 48
In ceremonies tomorrow night,
Tau Beta Pi, national engineering
honor fraternity, will initiate 48
An irregular white canvas
"fence" situated just within the
engine arch during the early part
of the week heralded the initia-
tion. A huge replica of the Ira-
ternity's key, it was staked out
last Friday by a group of rain-
soaked pledges using a "treasure
map" and surveying instruments.
Professors Emerson W. Conlon
and Lawrence C. Maugh and Gor-
don R. Anderson, grad, will be
among those honored with mem-
bership. The fraternity will award
its coveted Women's Badge to,
Catherine Lenore Olson.
-Senior engineering students to
be initiated are: Donald R. Allen,
Gordon Belshaw, Walter Bergner,
Robert Bradley, Sidney Bouwer,
Spencer Bush, John Clark, David
Cornell, Ralph DeGrand, Ramisch
Engineer, Robert Ginn, Harry
Haft, Robert Hockenbury, John
Howell, Jacob Knol, John Mac-
Millan, Phillip Marriner.
Other initiates are: Marvin
Marsh, Donald McKee. William
Miron, Loren Papenguth, Charles
Popma, Richard Schmidtke, Wil-
liam B. Smith, Harry Stubbs, Rob-
ert F. Taylor, Robert Vehn, Rob-
ert Ware, Richard Weeks, Leonard
Weston and William Wheatley.
Junior pledges are: Robert An-
derson, George Crossman, Alan
Dunlap, Everett Ellin, David In-
glis, John Lambe, Henry Klauke,
Joseph Marble, David Plevin, John
Rosso, Charles Schoendube, Rob-
art H. Smith and Bernard Wilter-
Sal valimi A ruty
Officer To Lecture
Thomas Wilson, Salvation Army
missionary officer for over 41
years, will lecture on his travels
and show motion pictures at spe-
ial meetings which will be held at
7:45 p.m. today and tomorrow at
bhe Salvation Army Citadel, 220
At today's meeting Wilson will
show a film entitled a "Trave-
logue from Africa to the Orient."
HIGHLIGHTS ON CAMPUS'
The Thomas Spenser Jeromea
lecture series will continue at 4:15
p.m. today in the Rackham Am-
phitheatre with a discussion of
"Taxation in the Byzantine Pe-
riod" by Prof. Allan Chester John-
son of Princeton University.
"i1el Discussion .. .
An analysis of the legal powers
of legislative investigative com-
mittees will be presented at a
panel discussion sponsored by
the University chapter of the
Lawyers Guild at 4:10 p.m. to-
morrow in the Union.
JWesle .an Meetings ...
The Wesleyan Guild will hold a
tea and refresher from 4 to 6 p.m.
today at the Foundation.
Vesper service in the Lounge will
follow the meetings of the cell
groups from 7:15 to 8:15 p.m.
Song Recit a . ..
George F. Cox, music school
student, will give a song recital
at 8:30 p.m. today in the Rack-
ham Assembly . Hall.
Hle will be accompanied by
Kathleen Rinck. The program is
open to the public.
Lutheran, Tea ...
A Tea and Coffee Hour will be
held by the Lutheran Student As-
sociation from 4 to 5:30 p.m. to-
day at the Student Center.
Hillel Suppernar ...
Following a short Bible study
at 8 p.m. today at Lane Hall, the
Michigan Christian Fellowship
will have election of officers.
MCF Election . .
Reservations for the Suppernar
to be held at 5:30 p.m. Sunday at
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation,
Four Women Receive
Eugene G. Fassett scholarships
of $200 and $150 have been award-
ed to Irma Elizabeth Eichhorn of
Saginaw, Edith Lorraine Feinberg
of Detroit, Mildred Margaret
Ransdorf of Cleveland and Ethel
Merryday Rosser of Ann Arbor.
must be made early according to
Miss Charlotte Kaufmn, asi-
ant director of the FoundationE.
Dr. Ralph Patterson. Associate
Professor of Psychiatry, will give
the third talk in the marriage lec-
ture series on 'Problems of Mar-
riage from a Psychiatrist's Point
of View." The talk will be fol-
lowed by an open discussion.
Piano Recital.. .
Mildred Minneinan Andrews,
music school student, will pre-
sent a piano recital at 8:30 p.m.
tomorrow in the Rackham As-
The program which is open to
the public will inelude works by
Scarlatti, Schubert, Hindemith
Chess Club ..
The Student Chess Club will
meet for play at 7:30 p.m. today in
Rm. 302 of the Union. All inter-
ested students are invited to bring
their own boards and men.
Organt Recital . ..
Hugh Porter, director of the
School of Sacred Music of Union
Theological Seminary, 1 will pre-
sent an ,organ recital at 4:15 p.m.
today in Hill Auditorium.
His program will include com-
positions by Handel, Couperin,
Bach, Messiaen, Thomson, Reger,
Bingham; Whitlock and Widor.
The recital will be open to the pub-
Teacher Shortage Talk
A report on teacher supply, de-
mand and piaeement, the result of
an extensive study or the teacher
shortage problem in Michigan,
will be presented by the Bureau of
Appointments and Occupational
Information 1:15 p.m. Friday in
the League Ballroom.
North Main Opposite Court House
--Starts Today --
The Grandest Revival
of them ALL.
Gene Tierney in
plus Charles Starrett in
Added - Cartoon
Cost Will Be
T. Coleman Andrews, director of
the Corporation Audits Division of
the U. S. General Accounting Of-
fice, will speak on "Reducing the
Cost of Government" at 8 p.m. to-
day in Fm. 319 of the Union.
In this speech Alndrews wil
point out some ways in which the
cost of government can be reduce'
and show how accounting plays a.a
important part in bringing about
Andrews is a member of the Ex-
ecutive Committee of the Ameri-
can Institute of Accountants.
Alpha Kappa Psi and Delta Sig-
ma Pi, campus business fraterni-
ties, are sponsoring this event.
Speech 31 Contest
Jarvis Franzblau, '48, was the
winner of the Speech 31 contest
held yesterday in Lydia Mendels-
His topic was "Terrorism."
Second place went to Barry G.
McCabe, '48 BAd. who spoke on
"The Housing Mess." Other final-
ists were Lewis R. Williams, Jack
W. Frit, Robert B. Vakac and
Robert E. McGhee.
U Music Rebroadcast
A rebroadcast of the University
Symphony Orchestra program of
April 1 in Hill Auditorium will be
presented from 7:30 to 8 p.m. today
over stations WKZO, Kalamazoo
(500 kc. and WJEF, Grahid Rapids
Keep Buying Bonds!
Weekdays until 5 P.M., 255
venings and Sundays, 30a
Now Playing -
with Ingrid Bergman
Cary Grant, Claude Raines
- and --
with Jan Savitt and orchestra
Mart," Theta Delta Chi's "Shoot
for Smokes,' and Phi Delta The-
ta's "Shoot Your Prof."
Kappa Kappa Gamma and Phi
Kappa Psi will show old-time si-
lent movies, and Chi Omega and
Sigma Alpha Epsilon will present
the "Roaring Twenties Review."
Alpha Gamma Delta is to give the
"Michigan Follies," a vaudeville
A ferris wheel, merry-go-roufnd,
and one other carnival ride will
be set up in the center of the Field
House, and a "big-top" show,
sponsored by the Michigras com-
mittee, will be given several times
with Newt Loken, national gym-
nastics champion, performing on
the rings and trampoline.
Hot. dogs, soft drinks, and cot-
ton candy will be available to
those attending the carnival. Bet-
sy Barbour will sell pop corn, while
Alpha Chi Omega will sponsor the
"Angel Food House."
Ticket sales for the carnival,
which is open to all students, fac-
ulty members and Ann Arbor res-
idents, will be conducted at the
Field House, with no advance
sale on campus. The entrance
price will include admission to the
Field House and six concession
Entrance to all booths is to be
by the concession tickets, with
one, two, or three tickets being
required by each booth. Addition-
al concession tickets will be avail-
able at booths located inside the
The carnival, a traditional cam-
pus event, is being held this year
for the first time since 1939, spon-
sored by the WAA and the Union,
FOR RENr-5 beds available in male
student's rooming house. 3 blocks
from canipus. Phone 2-0240 between
6 and 8 p.m. )66
HELP!! We were told when kissed we
were like Angell Hall front steps and
refrigerator's interior. Can you help
us? Box 10. Two frigid forms. )74
REDUCE! Lose pounds and inches
where you want them off. Come in
from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. for an intro-
ductory treatment and be convinced.
Baskin 8 N. Normal St., Ypsilanti. )7
BE A PROFESSIONAL BLOOD DONOR!
The University Hospital wishes to in-
crease its registry of available pro-
fessional blood donors. You are paid
for your services and are called when
needed. Your blood type, serology,
and hemoglobin are performed free
of charge when youregister. REGIS-
TER AT UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
BLOOD BANK. HOURS 8:30 A.M. -
4 P.M. DAILY, 7 P.M. - 9 P.M. TUES.
DAY AND THURSDAY. 2 P.M. - 5
P.M. SUNDAY. )45
"If your radio won't work
When it's music you need
I'll fix it for you
With atomic speed."
'or expert radio repair service phone
9241 or bring your radio to the Tavern
Keep Buying Bonds!
WANTED-Student with $500 to buy
partnership in going concern, owner
is graduating. Must be able to work
10 hours weekly. Excellent returns.
Reply Box 49, Michigan Daily. )70
LOST AND FOUND
LOST--Will man who took wrong gray
gabardine topcoat at Clark's Tea
Room Monday evening please con-
tact Dave Victor, 2-5571. )68
LOST-Gold Croton ladies watch, with
black band. Last Friday, between
Packard and campus. Reward, call
LOST - Black leather billfold lost
Saturday night. Keep money if ab-
solutely necessary, but please return
other contents. Bud Rovit, 800 Lin-
coln, 2-4419. )63
LOST-Will the party who took wrong
covert topcoatfron Tiny's last
Thursday call 319 Hinsdale. )64
LOST--Black and gold Eversharp, C.A.
If found, please return to Michigan
Daily Office. )33
LOST-Sunday, Gold wrist watch, gold
band. Reward. Call 2-4126. Del. )39
STRING OF PEARLS lost in campus vi-
cinity March 30. Call9194 if found. )5
RHINESTONE BRACELET lost April 18.
Finder please call Elaine Kohn, 2-4471
Ext. 4014. )23
FOUND-Necklace. Owner may have
same by identifying and paying for
ad. Phone 2-3861 7-10 p.m. )30
AT SLIDE RULE, one rhinestone ear-
ring, star shaped with eight points.
Contact Gladys Lasecki, 2-1513. )2
LOST-Masonic Ring on South Univer-
sity. Black onyz with Masonic Insig-
nia and small diamond. Reward.
Phone 2-6674. R. G. Deane. )60
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ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERS-
SALES - John Jadwin - SERVICE
855 Tappan Ave. Phone 2-7412 )10
TYPEWRITERS NOW AVAILABLE for
rent. Standards or portables. Office
Equipment Service Co., 111 S. Fourth
COMPLETE service on your furs and
woolen garments. Cold storage, in-
surance, cleaning, glazing, restyling,
and repairing. Ginsburg Furrier, 607
E. Liberty. )76
ATTENTION GI's-Part time work
available for experienced auto me-
chanics. Open evenings until 12 and
all day Saturday. See Mr. Burd at
Cushing Motor Sales. )71
FIRST trumpet and lead alto man Fri-
day, Saturday and Sundays. Must
have good strong lead tone and be
able to read and cut shows. Contact
Karl Kalson, Villa Bee Night Club,
Jackson, Michigan. )62
GIRL for care of children some light
housework afternoons through dinner
hour. Faculty family 2-3428. )44
HELP WANTED - Stock and general
store work. Part or full time in ex-
clusiv~e men's clothing store. Reply
Box 45, Michigan Daily. )19
WANTED TO RENT
LIT STUDENT will pay year's rent on
apartment in advance. Any location.
Price no object. Permanent. Call
Room 313, Michigan Union mornings.
STUDENT and wife desire to rent or
sub-lease apartment for duration of
summer session only. Phone Henry,
Lane at 2-1465 after 8 p.m. )721
WANTED TO RENT-A house or largej
apartment for summer months of
June. July, August, also September, if
possible. Will pay full rent in ad-
vance. Box 25, Mich. Daily. )17
STUDENT COUPLE desire 2, 3, 4 or 5
room apt. Furnished or unfurnished
starting June, July or Aug. Box 16.
STUDENT COUPLE desires permanent'
furnished apartment beginning June
or will sub-lease for summer semes-
ter. Call Nissler, 2-4551 between 6
and 8. Good references.)9
WANTED TO BUY
USED GOLF CLUBS. Call 2-1259 after
6 p.m. )12
WANTED: 3 or 5 tickets to matinee,
May 10. May Festival. Call Ann Ar-
bor, 2-6844. ) 34
WANTED TO BUY-Portable typewriter
in good condition. Reply: R. C.
Frantz, West Lodge, Ypsilanti. )28
Inter-Racial Association presents
DR. W. E. B. DUBOIS
Editor and Historian
AMERICAN NEGRO IN THE WORLD TODAY
FOR SALE-Schwinn Bicycle, men's,
with 3-speed drive. 26-inch wheels.
Good condition. 1111 Forest noons, or
4 to 6 p.m., or call 4592. )67
GOLF CLUBS-Five matched irons,
driver and black leather bag -- very
reasonable. Phone 2-7053. )65
FOR SALE-Almost new man's bicycle.
Call Mr. Liu, 913 Mary St., phone
TWO men's suits - dark blue and
brown glen plaid, size 38, two pair
pants, 8 Marshall Court, Ann Arbor,
evenings between 8 and 10. )21
ARGENTINE leather handbags. Very
moderate price. Excellent quality.
Leaving Ann Arbor soon. Michigan
Union, Rm. 458, 2-5 p.m. )61
FOR SALE - Portable Zenith Radio.
Phone 25-9396. )40
BICYCLE-Used. Good condition. Phone
2-4554, daytime. )41
ROYAL PORTABLE Typewriter. Call
2-1259 after 6 p.m. )27
FOR SALE-Gold ring, black onyx stone.
Fraternity crest, $14.00. Phone 2-2205.
OIL space heater practically new, cur-
tains, hot plate, electric oven. etc.
These items are at Willow Village
now. Mrs. Crane, 2-4486, 'til 9:00 p.m.
A BETTER PRICE paid for Men's used
clothing. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. )14
ATTENTION, GOLFERS-Let me help
you select your golfing needs. Com-
plete lines of all top-grade clubs,
bags, balls. Phone 2-2058 or 4044.
Johnny Malloy, Golf Professional. )18
Bough/, Sold, Rented Repaired
STUDENT & OFFICE SUPPLIES
0. D. MORRILL
314 S. State St. Phone 7177
On Sale Mon. & Tues.
4:15 Wed., April 23
Rackham Lecture Hall
THE LYHIA CHORUS
The Ann Arbor High School Recreation Dept.
Originally Scheduled Tues., April 22 - 8:15 P.M.
Changed to Thurs., April 24-:15 P.M.
In Pattengill Auditorium of Ann Arbor High School
Tickets Dated April 22, 1947, Valid April 24, 1947
30 MALE CHARLES IRENE
VOC TAYLOR BOIC'E
VOICES Conductor Pianist
ROSE SUZANNE DERDERIAN, Guest Artist
A DIIMISSION: 60c-Tax Included
ant enatina1 Ball
Friday, April 25
FRANK TINKER ORCHESTRA
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