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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1947

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A BOOK A MINUTE:
Inter-Floor Communications
System Eases Library Load

By BRUCE SCHWARTZ
By an intricate system of inter-
floor communication, a typical re-
quest for a single book, to be found
in some 900,000 in the General Li-
brary, takes only a few minutes of
a student's time.
Library officials say, however,
that when delivery is slow, the
fault often lies in the students'
improper use of the catalog lo-
Church News
Mid-week events will be held to-
day by several student religious
groups
The LUTHERAN STUDENT AS-
SOCIATION will have an informal
tea and coffee hour from 4 to 5:30
p.m. at the Student Center.
Refreshments will be served at
the Mid-Week Chat to be held by
the ROGER WILLIAMS GUILD
from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the Guild
House.
A Mid-Week Refresher will be
Aied by the WESLEYAN GUILD
from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Guild
Lounge.
* * *
Following devotions to be held
at 7:30 p.m. at ST. MARY'S
CHAPEL, there will be a meeting
of the discussion group in the club
rooms.
Baur To Give
Art Talk Here
John I. H. Baur, curator of
paintings and sculpture at the
Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
will speak on "The Emergence of
American Impressionism" at 4:15
pam. Friday in the Rackham Am-
thitheatre.
Baur is the author of such
books as "American Genre Paint-
er," "Eastman Johnson, 1824-
1906," "John Quidor, 1801-1881,"
and "Theodore Robinson, 1852-
189,". the last published in 1946.
His articles have appeared in Art
in America, Art Digest, American
Collector and Brooklyn Museum
Journal.
Given under the auspices of the
fine arts department, the lecture is
open to the public.
Tinker Leaves 'U'
Collection of Birds
A. D. Tinker, 68, long-time Ann
Arbor tailor who died Sunday, left
his extensive bird collection to the
University of Michigan, it was
learned today.
Tinker spent 47 years in the
clothing business here with his fa-
ther and his brother, Fred. Private
funeral services were held Mon-
day.
Survivors include his wife, a
daughter and his brother.
Lagler Book Published
"Field and Laboratory Studies in
Freshwater Fishery Biology," writ-
ten by Prof. Karl F. Lagler, of the
zoology department, has just been
published by the University Press.
TYPEWRITERS
Bought, Sold, Rented Repaired
STUDENT & OFFICE SUPPLIES
0. D. MORRILL
314 S. State St. Phone 7177
SIVUEITH

OUR PRICE:
Weekdays until 5 P.M., 25c
Evenings and Sundays, 30c
- Now Playing --
MARGIE
Jeanne Cratne, Alan Young
Glenn Langan, Lynn Bari
In Technicolor
-and-
THE CRIME DOCTOR'S
MANHUNT
Warner Baxter, Ellen Drew

:ated adjacent to the delivery
desk.
Many call slips returned to stu-
dents marked "not-on-shelf" are
3 direct result of improper use of
the catalog, according to the offi-
,ials. Thousands of books are bor-
-owed from the stacks for reserve
in the study halls, graduate read-
ing rooms, and divisional libraries.
or each book on reserve a pink
'alf card is placed before the au-
,hor entry indicating the location
>A the book. The officials say that
,he students could save a good deal
of delay by checking the catalogue
.arefully before sending an order
to the stacks.
Here is the way the ingenious
System operates to bring desired
books to the delivery shelf in a
matter of two or three minutes
in most cases :
After the desired books have
been indicated on call slips, a li-
brary assistant puts the slips in a
cartridge and sends it through
pneumatic tubes to whichever
floor houses the desired book. Re-
ceiving stations are located on
floors two, four and six and a buzz
from the main desk puts. the as-
sistant nearest the station in
search of the book.
In the usual cas.e the books are
located and sent to the circulation
desk by means of a book carrier
which consists of a loading shelf
at each of the receiving stations
and a large moving belt with metal
baskets fixed at intervals along
this belt.
When books are to be sent to
the circulation desk they are ini-
tially placed on the loading shelf.
A lever is then tripped and the
books fall into an empty basket.
The belt continues to carry them
on to the second floor when they
are delivered via a chute at the
circulation desk.

Campus Drive
For Clothing
Starts Monday
European Youngsters
Will Receive Apparel
The health and comfort of over
30,000 children and young people
in Northern and Western Europe
will be served by the clothing col-
lected in the National Crusade
Drive which will begin here Mon-
day, Ada Davis, co-chairman of
the drive said yesterday.
The Save the Children Federa-
tion, which is sponsoring the na-
tional drive, is a child service or-
ganization with both American
and European programs. The Ann
Arbor collection, however, will be
designated entirely for use in its
European program.
European Aid
The work includes the sponsor-
ship of schools and individual chil-
dren in France, Belgium and Hol-
land. of individual children in Fin-
land and of refugee children in
Sweden.
Last year the Federation sent
nearly 1,000,000 pounds of supplies
to the children benefiting from
the sponsorships. Included were
over 300,000 pounds of clothing
and shoes, a part of which was fur-
nished by a drive here last fall.
Clothing Reconditioned
Distributing the clothing is no
haphazard job, a representative of
the Federation explained, and not
only is care taken to see that it
reaches those who are deserving of
assistance, but an extensive re-
conditioning job is often done in
order to make sure that no one re-
ceives clothing of which he or she
need be ashamed.
Overseas schools sponsored by
the Federation send a list of ar-
ticles needed by their pupils, speci-
fying sizes. Sponsored schools in-
clude children and young people
of all grades.

Exhibit To Get-
Art Amulets
From Bonner
'Magical' Charms
Shown in Baltimore
Campbell Bonner, professor-
emeritus of Greek, has lent eight
of his "magical" amulets to the
Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore,
Md., to be shown in an exhibition
of early Christian and Byzantine
art.
The amulets, which Prof. Bon-
ner has collected both abroad and
in this country, are considered to
be among the best in the United
States, according to Marvin
Chauncey Ross, curator of the
Walters Gallery. The University
will publish a book by Prof. Bon-
ner to be called "Studies in Magi-
cal Amulets."
The exhibition, which opened
last week in Baltimore, will be
the first presentation of the en-
tire scope of Byzantine art ever
to be shown in America. The Uni-
versity Museum of Archaeology
will send a few pieces from its ex-
tensive collection of Coptic sculp-
ture and textiles as well as a rare
Christian pottery dish showing the
symbols of the cross.
The showing was planned in co-
ordination with the Princeton
University Seminar on Byzantine
Culture, which scholars from all
over the world will attend
Social Workers Group
To Hold Meeting Today
The Washtenaw County chapter
of the American Association of So-
cial Workers will hold an informal
get-together from 3:30 to 5:30
p.m. today in the Main Library of
Lane Hall.
All undergraduates interested in
learning more about the various
phases and opportunities of social
work as a profession have been in-
vifed to attend by Arne A. Erick-
son, president of the chapter.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell Rail, by 3:00 pm. on the day
preceding publication(11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays).
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1947
VOL. LVII, No. 145
Notices
Notice of Regents' Meeting, 2
p.m., Fri., May 30. Communica-
tions for consideration at this
meeting must be in the President's
hands not later than May 22.
-Herbert G. Watkins, Secy.
Ten-week grades for all Fresh-
man Engineers are due in Dean
Crawford's Office. on or before
Saturday, May 3.
Orientation Period: Men stu-
dents desiring to be student lead-
ers for Orientation in September
(September 14th to 20th) are re-
quested to get in touch with Pro-
fessor P. E. Bursley at 107 Mason
Hall before May 25.
The above does not apply to stu-
dents who have already volun-
teered for the work.
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.
To All Navy Students in Train-
ing under the Holloway Plan:
May 3, 1947, has been set as the
final date for the acceptance of
Navy book and supply requisi-
tions at the book stores. All fac-
ulty members are requested to an-
ticipate material needed through
the end of the semester and au-
thorize same on or before May 3.
All back orders for material not
in stock at the bookstores will be
cancelled as of May 3.
All L.SA. Students-Ehrollment
questionnaires for the summer ses- i
sion and fall semester are now
available in Rm. 4, University Hall,
and should be completed by all
students now enrolled in the Col-
lege of. Literature, Science, and
the Arts as soon as possible this
week.
Party App r ova Is: Effective
Monday, April 28. All students
group planning social events at
which both men and women are to
be present must secure approval
from the Office of Student Af-
fairs, Rm. 2, University Hall, no
later than 12 noon of the Monday
before the event. The deadline
for filing these events has been
advanced in order to permit week-
ly publication of the list of ap-
proved parties in the D.O.B.
Approval social events for the
coming week-end (afternoon par-
ties indicated by an asterisk)
May 2-Alpha Phi Alpha, 8-10;
Chi Psi; Delta Tau Delta; Forest-
ers Club; Phi Delta Phi; Phi Kap-
pa Psi; Phi Mu Alpha; Psi Up-
silon; Sigma Nu, 7-9; Sigma Phi,
6:30-10:30; Theta Chi; Theta Xi,
7-10; Zeta Beta Tau, 6:30-9.

May 3-Acacia; Adams House;
Adelia Cheever; Alpha Delta Phi;
Alpha Kappa Psi; Alpha Phi; Al-
pha Rho Chi; Chi Phi; Chi Psi;
Delta Delta Delta; Delta Epsilon
Pi; Delta Sigma Delta; Delta Tau
Delta; *Helen Newberry; Kappa
Kappa Gamma; Kappa Sigma;
Lambda Chi Alpha; Mich. League
Dormitory; Michigan Sailing Club;
Newman Club; Phi Delta Theta;
Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Sigma Kappa;
*Psi Upsilon; *Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon; Sigma Alpha Mu; Sigma
Delta Tau; Sigma Nu; Sigma Phi;
Trigon; Vulcans; *Zeta Beta Tau;
Zeta Beta Tau; Zeta Psi.
May 4-*Hiawatha Club; 'Zeta
Beta Tau.
Office of Student Affairs
Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information, 201
Mason Hall. Office Hours: 9-12
a.m., 2-4 p.m.
General Placement: Attention

view men interested in a salaried
training program in the various
fields of general insurance. Their
offices are all over the United
States. For appointments, phone
ext. 371.
Mr. Ricketts of the Texas Com-
pany of Detroit, will be here on
Thurs, May 1, from 1:30 to 4:30
p.m., to interview for positions in
sales and operations. Call ext. 371
for appointments.
Current Federal Civil Service
Examination Announcements:
,Highway Engineer (P1). Positions
are in the Public Roads Adminis-
tration. Federal Works Agency, lo-
cated in Washington, D.C., and
throughout the United States. Re-
quirements: Written test, plus ap-
propriate education or 4 years ex-
perience or time-equivalent com-
bination. Closing date: May 13,1
1947.
Archivist: Positions are in the
National Archives and other agen-
cies in Washington, D.C., and
throughout the United States. Re-
quirements: Appropriate college
study or experience or time-equiv-
alent combination, plus profes-
sional archival experience. No0
written test. Closing date: May
20, 1947.
Summer Resort Applicants: The
Michigan Tourist Council will pre-
sent a program featuring colored
motion pictures of Michigan, and
depicting scenes of Michigan's
summer attractions, on Thursday,
May 1, at 4:00 P.M., National Sci-
ence Auditorium. Various aspects
of the tourist and resort business
will be discussed, followed by a
question period, and particularly
information concerning opportun-
ities for students who want to
work in the summer. Any who
have not registered for summer
placement may obtain registration
forms at this time.
U NIVERSITY COMMUNITY
CENTER, 1045 Midway Boulevard,
Wilow Run Village:
Wed., April 30, 8 p.m., Concert,
String Ensemble with Vocal Solo-
ist from U. of M. School of Music
Thurs., May 1, 8 p.m., University
Extension Class in Psychology;
8 p.m., Art Craft Work Shop.
Fri., May 2, 8 p~m., Duplicate
Bridge Tournament.
WEST LODGE:
Fri., May 2, 8:30-11:30 p.m.,
Square Dance, David Palmer,
caller.
Lectures
University Lecture: Mr. Karl
Shapiro, the American poet, will
give a lecture on Meter and Men-
ing on Wed., April 30, 4:15 p.m.,
Kellogg Auditorium under the
auspices of the Department of
English Language and Literature.
The public is invited.
University Lecture: Mr. John I.
H. Baur, Curator of Paintings
and Sculpture at the Brook-
lyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York,
will lecture on the subject, "The
Emergence of American Impres-
sionism" (illus.), at 4:15 p.m., Fri.,
May 2, Rackham Amphitheatre;
auspices of the Department of
Fine Arts. The public is cordially
invited.
Sociedad Hispanica Lecture:
Prof. Emiliano Gallo-Ruiz will lec-
ture on the subject: "Miguel de
Unamuno y la tracion espanola,"
at 8 p.m., Thurs., May 1, Rm. D,
Alumni Memorial Holl. All are
cordially invited.
Academic Notices

be kept to schedule, will any stu-
dent whose assigned time is im-
possible kindly report tle diffi-
culty at once to the ciairman of
the committee?
-Bennett Weaver, Chairman
C -- ( ls

Student Recital: Robert

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land, Tenor, will present a recital
in partial fulfillment of the re-
quirements for the degree of Mas-
ter of Music at 8:30 p.m. Wed.,
April 30, Rackham Assembly Hall.
A pupil of Arthur Hackett, Mr.
Holland will sing compositions by
Mozart,. Schumann's Dichterliebe
song cycle., and a group of English
songs. The program will be open
to the general public,
Student Recital: Earl Owen
Bates, clarinetist,. assisted by Mil-
dred Minneman Andrews, pianist,
and William Klenz, cellist, will be
heard in,.a recital at 8:30 p.m.,
Thurs{,, May 1, Rackham Assem-
bly Hall, Given in partial fulfill-
ment of the requirements for the
degree of Master of Music, the
progra'm will be open to the gener-
al public. Mr. Bates, a pupil of
Albert Luconi, will play composi-
tions by Mendelssohn, Barat, Pier-
ne, D lmas, Debussy, and Brahms
The Museum of Archaeology:
Current Exhibit: "Life in a Roman
inEgzypt, 30 B.C.-400
A.D." Tuies. through Fri., 9-12,
2-5; Sat., 9-12; Sun., 3-5.
The Museum of Art presents
drawings, prizes and small sculp-
ture of Aristide Maillol, through
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Engineers: The ELECTRIC AUTO- Pm. 2218 Angell hll. In order
LITE COMPANY will be at our that the committee may se-cur
office on Friday, May 2, to inter- transcripts of studehnt records. will
view chemical, mechanical, in- all apphlcants kindly- leave thecir
dusti'ial and electrical engineers. names on le in tie1 Exg1 ,li Of-
A"ttention Senior Men: TIH fice. on or before Ma 14? Stu-
NORTH AMERICA COMPANIES dents will be ink'orlned of the~ time
will be at ou office on Thursday of their appointments with the
and Friday, May 1 and 2, to inter- committee. Since conferences must

Director Says
Camp Halts
[)eIinquency
Co ""eid from Page 1)
difference-an adult in charge -
The counselors sought to pro-
tect the non-members of Mike's
gang by permitting him to teach
the other kids -to protect them-
selves. They encouraged Mike to
fight in boxing matches, an ac-
cepted kind of aggression that
made him feel proud of himself
and made it less necessary for him
to beat up everyone else.
Six ex-counselors have written
to The Daily to add to Morse's ac-
count of the boys at the Fresh Air
Camp the story of an 11 year old
boy "named" Gene. Gene lived
in Detroit with his parents and 7
brothers and sisters in one room
of a tenement house. He had
never eaten celery until he came
to camp and he'd never rowed a
boat or gone swimming in a real
lake. The last thing he said as
the counselors put him on the bus
to return to Detroit was, "I sure
hope I can come back this sum-
mer."
The counselors add in their let-
ter, "We remember Gene because
we saw him, worked and played
with him and lived with him last
summer. We want him to have a
chance to come back to the camp.
And we wonder-how many stu-
dents who have not seen him nor
lived with him, who can only take
our word for it, will remember
Gene on Tag Day and help him
return to the Fresh Air Camp
this summer?"
a now reme that
quickly,, genttly

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WANTED TO RENT
STUDENT COUPLE desire 2, 3, 4 or 5
room apt. Furnished or unfurnished
starting June, July or Aug. Box 16.
LAW STUDENT and teacher wife want
apartment-furnished or unfurnished
for June or before. 2-yr. residency.
Call Mrs. Yolles, 21729. )71
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
PERSONAL
BUCKY-No luck with the Free Press.
How's this? M.P.C.
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
WANTED TO BUY
CAMERA, 35 millimeter. Telephone
4447. )40
WANTED TO BUY-Used Camera, Argus
C-2 or similar make. Write Box 6,

LOST AND FOUND

FOR SALE

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LOST-Gray raincoat belt, near hospi- FOR SALE-.3 Carat Diamond. If inter-
tal. Call 557 Jordan. Reward. )27 ested, call Rocky evenings, 2-2738. )76

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WANTED
WANTED: Tutor for chemistry 41. Con-
tact Betty Meyer, Westlodge Dorm 2.
Ypsi. 9265 or 2-5180 and ask for
Shirley. )25
WANTED: 2 tickets Saturday evening.
May 10th, performance of May festi-
val. Prefer near front. Call 22246
after 8:00 p.m. )2
BADLY NEED set of tails. Will pay
cash. 42 or 44 long. Call 8984, ask
for Bernie. )5
SENIOR VETERAN student, experi-
enced driver, holding temporary driv-
ers permit wishes to rent car or jeep
for an afternoon to take road test for
Michigan driver's license. Referent-
es. Please call Frank Arams 5159 eve-
nings. )651
North Main Opposite Court House
-Starts Today -
Gladys George in
"MILLIE'S DAUGHTER"
-- plus
Johnny Mack Brown in
"VALLEY OF FEAR"
added Cartoon

LOST: Yellow gold wrist watch, rect-
angle shape. Finder call BEAU, 6114.
Reward $10.00.
LOST-Golf clubs and bag at Stadium
Hills course last Friday. Finder call
4707. Reward. )35
WILL THE PARTY who inadvertently
took brown overcoat from rack at
League cafeteria Friday morning
please call 2-3782. I have yours. )72
3 PLAID BLANKETS' left in balcony
at Michigras. Finder return to AXII
House. 22443 or 20718. )10
LOST - Small package at Ann Arbor
Bank, University Branch, Monday
afternoon. valuable to owner. Re-
ward. Call 2-1154. )3
LOST-Ladies' Gruen Curvex watch
near campus. Call 8983. Reward. Y64
LOST - Ladies gold Americus wrist
watch. Black band, initials B.H.B.
Reward. Call Barbara Blumrosen
23119. )61
KEEP CONTENTS of billfold lost on
diagonal, but please return Newman
Club String Formal ticket Box 250.
)67
PAIR GLASSES FOUND in Arb. Owner
call 9506 between 5:30 and 6:00. )70
HELP WANTED
TYPIST - with general office experi-
ence. Temporary work 4 to 6 weeks.
Pleasant working conditions on cam-
pus. Apply 205 South State St. )23
SODA FOUNTAIN HELP-Full or part
time. Top wages. Excellent hours.
Two good campus locations. Apply in
person to fountain manager, Wit-
1mmi Drug.Co., Corn S. University and
Forrest Ave. )30
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
MISCELLANEOUS
COMPLETE SERVICE on your furs and
woolen garments. Cold storage, in-
surance, cleaning, glazing, restyling
and repairing. Ginsburg Furrier, 607
E. Liberty. )63
KIDDIES PARKING DEPOT
Ages 2-12
Veterans wives will care for your child
Reasonable rates
Call 20733 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

SAXOPHONE, good condition. See Ski
at 1601 Washtenaw or Phone 2-2205
between 5 and 6 p.m. )19
COMPLETE SET of drums and small
bass drum. Also gear shift, English
Bicycle. Call 2-3264. )57
MOTORCYCLE-Harley, excellent con-
dition. Extras and lots of chrome.
Best offer. See George, 126 Chemistry
Bldg. ) 75
HOUSETRAILER and Schulte extra
outer cover. New tires. Can be seen
corner Catherine and N. Fourth. Call
Feldman, Ext. 2237. $750, will con-
sider terms and owner. )66
GOLFERS-Spalding Jones irons, Ha-j
gen, Wilson, MacGregor pro. golf
equipment. Golf bags, paxs and balls.
Phone 22058-4044. ,Johnny Malloy
Professional. )69
A BETTER PRICE paid for Men's used
clothing. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. )14
NEW all aluminum Trailercoaches, 14
ft. overall. Completely equipped, $995.
Can be financed. Meyers Aircraft Co.,
Tecumseh Airport, Tecumseh, Mich-
igan. ) 42
'37 OLDS 6-4 dr.-New tires-low mile-
age. Good paint. 2 tone, 1377 Erving
Ct., Willow Village after 5. )26
CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER. Used.
A-1 condition. Call 2-3078, 7 p.m.-
10 p.m. )13
5-TUBE, practically new RCA radio.
Also, Philco automatic radio-phono-
graph Good condition. Call 2-4366,
9-10:30 p.m. )12
WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE, excellent
condition with lights, speedometer
and luggage rack, $140.00. Call
2-7438 after 8:30 p.m. Ask for Bigge.
)11
HOWARD 430 communications radio
receiver-six tubes. Call 22919 after
9:30 p.m. Ask for Keith. )6
ROYAL PORTABLE typewriters for
sale. Excellent condition, $40. Call
2-1259 after 6 p.m. )1
MAN'S BIKE, hand brakes, basket,
good condition, $25. Ph. 5128. )36
18' SAILING CANOE, used. Completely
equipped $125. Spencer 2 objective
microscope. Excellent condition.
$100.00. Ph. 21600. )22
K & E Log Log Triq. Slide rule. Like
new $18. 34232 Glover, Wayne. )18
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ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERS
SALES - JOHN JADWIN - SERVICE
855 Tappan Ave. Phone 2-7412 )10

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Seminar on Complex
Wed., April 30, 3 p.m.,
Angell Hall. Mr. Wend
on Fuchsian groups.

Variables:
Rm. 3011,
will speak

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Seminar in Applied Ma theinat-
ics: Wed., April 30, 3 P l, .
317. W. Engineering. Dr. W. M.
Kincaid speaks on Hodograph
method in subsonic compressible
flows.
Special Functions Seminar. 1
p.m., Wed., April 30, Rm. 3003,
Angell Hall. Mr. Sangren will
continue his talk on Rice's gen-
eralized hypergeometric poly-
nominals.
IHonors in English, C'ourses 197,
198. Applicants fol admission to
courses 197. 198 will meet with the
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