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POPULAR MISER:
Coins. From King Midas' Fra
Included in Money Exhibit

Misers are commonly unpopular
people, but the staff of the Mu-
seum of Archaeology has a vote of
thanks for the "Midas" of Kar-
anis, Egypt, who is responsible for
the ancient coins included in the
new exhibit at the museum.
Due to the accumulative abil-
* ity and secretive nature of Kar-
anis' rich man, the museum pos-
sesses over 50,000 coins which he
Faculty Group
To Prticipate
-n Gathering
Six University faculty members,
headed by Dr. Charles A. Fisher
director of the University Exten-
sion Service, are in Atlantic City,
N N. J. today for a three day meeting
of the 32nd Annual Conference of
the National University Extension
Association."
Dr. Fisher will be chairman at
the general session tomorrow
morning and will lead a discus-
sion of enrollment trends in high-
er education.
Also taking part in the meeting
are Ford Lemler and Arthur A.
Elder, both of the Extension Serv-
ice, Berenice U. Lee, supervisor of
the Correspondence Study Depart-
ment of the University, Everett J.
Soop, assistant director of the ex-
tension service, and Miss Helen
Gleason, supervisor of the exten-
e sion center at Grand Rapids.

buried in bags and jars under the
floors of his pretentious home.
Some of the coins are on display
as a part of the exhibit illustrat-
irg life in an Egyptian town 1,900
years ago.
Something Special
Excavators from the University
expected something special when
they came upon an infrequently-
seen stone door frame and steps
on one of the main streets of
Karanis. Their anticipation was
rewarded by the discovery of sev-
eral rare sculptured figures of
Greek deities and the hidden
treasures in the earth. The hoard-
er was originally supposed to be
a miser, but a fragment of pap-
rus later found nearby mentioned
transactions with the bank, indi-
cating the wealthy man might
have been the banker.
Each of the coins are imprinted
with the emperor's head on one
side and a familiar scene or im-
portant event on the other. One
of those on display pictures the
Pharos of Alexandria harbor, the
most famous lighthouse of ancient
times, with a ship and the sea in
the background.
Another coin retells the fable of
the founders of Rome. It contains
the image of a wolf suckling Rom-
ulus and Remus, the legendary
builders of that great city.
Other coins are stamped with
deities, buildings and designs
which afford an understanding of
many activities of the Egyptians
and the influence of the Greeks
and Romans upon that ancient
dynasty.
Adult Education
Institute Planned
The 15th annual Adult Educa-
tion Institute will be held at the
University May 13 through 15 un-
der sponsorship of the University
Extension Service and the Michi-
gan State Federation of Women's
Clubs.
The program will consist of a se-
ries of lectures in the areas of
medical sciences, music, drams,
adult education, and social science.
All lectures except those in the
adult education series will be given'
by University of Michigan faculty
members. Miss Rose Cologne, spe-
cialist in community:education, in
the University of Pennsylvania
Extension Division, will give the
adult education series.

Campus
Briefs
Marx Society ...
"Karl Marx on the Development
of Capitalism" will be discussed by
Prof. Clare E. Griffin of the busi-
ness administration school at a
meeting of the Karl Marx Society
at 7:30 p.m. today in Rm. 316 of
the Union.
The meeting is open to the pub-
lic.
Ulir Ski Club ...
Two color movies of skiing at
Sun Valley will be shown at the
final meeting of the Ullr Ski
Club to be held at 7 p.m. today at
the Union.
Lutheran Class..
The Lutheran Student Associa-
tion will hold a Church History
Class at 7:30 p.m. today.
Rifle Match . ..
A rifle match, sponsored by
the local chapter of the Veterans
of Foreign Wars, will be held
between the ROTC and NROTC
units at 6 p.m. tonight in the
ROTC rifle range.
Mexico Meting ...
An informal discussion for the
benefit of those who are planning
to study or travel in Mexico this
summer will be conducted by
Jeanne North and Morris Born-
stein at 4 p.m. tomorrow in Rm.
108, Romance Language Building.
Navy Movie ..- -
A showing of the film "Opera-
tions Crossroads," sponsored by
the Naval Air Reserve unit at
Grosse Ile NavalAir Station, will
be held at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the Union ballroom.
Ypsi To Receive
Federal Payments
Local taxing units at Ypsilanti
will shortly receive $71,527.23 from
the federal government as pay-
ment in lieu of property taxes for
the various housing projects in
the area including the Willow
Run residents of University stu-
dents and their families.
Payments will be made by hous-
ing manager Charles Annala, R.
H. Embree and Charles Thomp-
son. Such payments, which rep-
retent the full equivelant of prop-
erty taxes in the area, have been
made on the projects since their
completion in 1943.

Prof. Statoi To
ReneWMXWEi n
B&rd Surveys
Prof. George M, Sutton, nev:
member of the zoology depart-

Scholarships
To MeXW( lIT
T~ Be Ghyen
M mbeis of La Sociedad His-

pan"ii inc ttd in appiying fora
ment and notedl bird artist, wtiil scholatrship to the University of

renew his bird expeditions wnhichl
were interrupted by the war when
he leaves for Mexico tomorrow tol
paint birds direct from life.l
A member of the University fac-
ulty since February after 15 years
at Cornell University and three
years as an army officer, Prof.
Sutton will understake a six-week
trip to paint 20 or more species of
Mexican birds not included in his
present collection of 50. Two mem-
hers of his party, complete with
camera, guns and a jeep, are al-
ready on the field.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLIIN

Mexico for the summer session
should contact Prof. Mercado in
Rm. 302 of the Romance Language
Building. during this week.
Three scholarships are awarded
annually to members of the Socie-
dad on the basis of their service to
the club. Students represented
last summer were Jeanne North,
Bernice Weiner and Morris Born-
stein. Angela Pons was awarded a
scholarship to the University of
Havana in Cuba.
Winners of this year's scholar-
ships will be announced at the

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be senttin
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
AngellJiall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays).
TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1947
VOL. VIL No. 150
Notices

At the present time a research Recreation Leader. and Director
p'O~i(( 1 Iponscredby the Office of Community Center-Dept. of
of inavulResearch is 1nderwayRen ation.
in the University of Michigan Civil Service Commission of De-
Ma theniatics Department There troi alnounces examinations for
are openings for several gradu- Senior Health Inspector <Milk),
ate stucents to take Part with Junior Clerk Male and Female),
(ompensation on .n hourly basis ancl Intermediate Clerk (Male or
at a rate commensurate with Female .

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teaching fellowships.
The mathematical fields pres-
ently included are non-linear dif-
ferential equation. probability,.
and complex variables.
For further details see R. M.
Thrall, )19 W. Eng. Bd

Student Tea: President

and

Previous expeditions by Prof. final club meeting of the
Sutton have resulted in the writ- - hich will be a reception
ing and illustrating of four books, ! (lace to be held late in May.
the last, "Birds in the Wilder-
ness," being published in 1936. His
expeditions took Prof. Sutton to 11 r
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Columbia, Saskatchewan and va- To e (Give
rious parts of the United States,

year
and

Mrs Ruthven will be at home to
students on Wednesday afternoon,
May 7 from 4 to 6 o'clock.
S e n i o r CommencementaAn-I
nouncements will be on sale in
University Hall and the Engineer-
ing Arch today from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. In Tappan Hall the an-
nouncements and booklets will be
sold today only, from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. Sales in League houses,
dormitories, sororities and frater-
nities will be held from May 6 to
9.
June Graduates, L.S.&A. Please
send your senior class dues, to cov-
er the class gift and provide a
basis for the class of 1947 Alum-
ni Fund, to Barbara Raymer, 407
N. Ingalls, at once.

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Alumnus Awarded
Chi caoFellowshi p
John Philip Hunt, '44, of Ann
Arbor, was one of 177 graduate stu-
derits awarded fellowships to the
University of Chicago.
During the war, Hunt was an as-
sociate chemist in the atomic
bomb project at Oak Ridge, Tenn.
He is working toward a doctor of
philosophy degree in chemistry in
the University of Chicago's Insti-
tnte for the .itudy of Metals.

and furnished material for his
many bird illustrations. Prof. Sut-
ton's book on Mexican birds is
now in the hands of the printers.
with publication expected this
year. A portfolio of large Mexican
paintings, measuring 22 by 29
inches, will also be published in
Europe this year.
n (?ante i F'i fiI
Six second semester freshmen
will compete in the finals of the
freshman public speaking contest
at 4 p.m. tomorrow in Rm. 42031
Angell Hall.
Sponsored by the speech depart-
ment, the contest will consist of
five-ninute extemporaneous talks.
The final contestants were sin-
gled out in the preliminary event
last Thursday.
Rollin W. Quimby, speech in-
structor. is chairman of the con-
test.
Women Veterans
At their regular biweekly meet-
ing yesterday, the University
W o m e n s Veterans Association
elected officers for the coming
year. Those elected were: Ann
Trease, president; Ida Mae Stitt,j
vice president; Mabel V. Grannis,
secretary; and Hazel Norquist,J
treasurer.

Dr. Walter M. Simpson, cancer
specialist and medical director of
the Charles F. Kettering Founda-
tion, will discuss "Advances in
Cancer Research during the War
Years" at 3:30 p.m. today in the!
Main Amphitheatre of the Univer-
sity Hospital.

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iversity (onmumnity Center
SWillow Run Village
Tues., My G. :i sO p.n., Cooper-
aitive( Nwursery Board> Mc,,,ing: 82
p.m. Creative Writers' Group; 8
p.m.. Wives' Club -Ection of of-
ficers and social hour.
Wed., May 7, 8 p.n., Wallace A.
Bacon, "Current Plays on Broad-
way.,"
Thurs.. Mav 8. 8 p.m., Extension
Class in Psychology; 8 p.m., The
New Art Group.
Fri., May 9, 8 p.m.. Duplicate
Bridge.
Sat., May 10, 6 p.m., Pot Luck
Supper
Approved parties for the com-
ing week-end: May 9- -AVC, Wil-
low Run; Chi Omega; Phi Gamma
Delta; Sigma Nu; Victor Vaughan.
May 10-Alpha Eta: Alpha Delta
Phi: Alphn KappaF"i: P Alpha Om-
ieron Pi, Alpha Sigma Phi; Delta
Sigma Delta; Delta Sigma Pi: Del-
ta Upsilon, Graduate Student
Council; Lambda Clti Alpha: Phi
Chi; Phi Delta Theta: Phi Sigma
Kappa, Theta Delta Chi.
Buvreau of Appointments & Oc-
cupational Information, 201 Mason
Hall, Office Hours: 9-12, 2-4: Civ-
il Service: Civil Service Commis-
sion of Baltimore announces open
competitive examinations for Case
Worker, Junior Case Worker, Sen-
ior Recreation Worker, Junior

New York State Department of
Civil Service announces examnin-
ations for Stenographer, Senior
Stenographer. Typist, and Clerks
(Clerk. Senior. File. Senior File,
Account. Senior Account, Statis-
tics, Senior Statistics. and Senior
Mail and Supply . For further in-
rmation, call at the Bureau of
Appoint men ts.
Lectures
University Lecture: Professor
Max Fisch, Departmenrt of Philos-
ophy, University of Illinois, will
lecture on the subject, "Evolution
in American Philosophy from
1860-1917," at 4:15 p.m., Tues.,
May 13, Rackham Amphitheatre;
auspices of the Department of
Philosophy. The public is cordial-
ly invited.
Nu Sigma Nit Lecture: Dr. James
Barrett Brown, Professor of Max-
illo-facial Surgery, Washington
University, St. Loluis. Missouri,
will lecture on the subject, "Possi-
bilities and Limitations in Plastic
Surgery" (illus.), at 8 p.m., Wed.,
May 7, Rackham Amphitheatre.
Acdemicl Notices
Seminar in Engineering Me-
WCant inuecion Page 4)
Continuous from 1 P.M.
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The lecture has been previously-
scheduled to be held in the 'Hos- Seniors, College of Engineering:
pital N.P.I. Auditorium. It will be Deadline for payment of class dues
open to the public, in order to get your reduced rate
Dr. Reuben L. Kahn and possi- on cap and gown is Thurs., May 8.
bly Dr. Kettering will be present Collection booths in East and West
to discuss cancer research follow- Engineering buildings open from
ing the main talk. A sound movie 9-12 a.m.. Tues., Wed., and Thurs.
will be shown.at
Orientation Period: Men stu-
W'atcr-tWolor ExhiI)it dents desiring to be student
leaders for Orientation in Septem-
A water-dolor exhibit by Rich- ocer (September 14th to 20th) are
ard H. Baxter, who captured first requested to get in touch , with
prize for paintings in the current Professor P. E. Bursley at 107 Ma-
Ann Arbor Association exhibit, will son Hall before May 25.
be on display until Saturday in the The above does not apply to stu-
corridors of the University High dents who have already volun-
School. The display consists teered for the work.a
chiefly of landscapes and is open
to the public. Members of the Sociedad His-
panica interested in applying for
Sawyer To Speak one of the three scholarships
awarded annually to the summer
Dean R. A. Sawyer of the grad- session of the University of Mex-
uate school, will speak at the First leo should see Prof. Mercado this
Annual Award Dinner of Allen-; week. Office hours Tues. and
Rumsey House, West Quad angle, Thurs. at 3 p.m., Rm. 302, Ro-
to be held May 15. mance Languages Bldg.
The dinner will feature the pre-
sentation of gold keys to the five T h e Commandant, command
men selected as the most out- and staff college, U. S. Army, de-
standing house mmebers. sires to obtain names of those Uni-
versity of Michigan instructors of
the Departments of Psychology
and Education who hold commis-
R ""ISII sions in the Organized Reserve
FITI SING ah
ICorps and are interested in being
ordered to the Command and
Staff College for a period of 15 to
SEWING 90 days during the months of
June, July, August, and Septem-
ALTERA rIONS on Ladies' Garments. ber. These instructors will be or-
prompt, efficient service. 2-2678. dered to the college only with
Alta raves - ne rStheir consent and will be used to
WANTED TO RENT accomplish a number of projects
of value to the educational pro-
SINGLE, young male faculty member gram of the Command and Staff
wants room for at least 12 months
near State and North University. Call College.
4121, Ext. 2109, between 7:30 and 9:30 Other faculty members of the
evenings. )57 University of Michigan who have
had general staff experience at
STUDENT DESIRES apartment start- division or higher echelon or who
'lng Sept. *One or two room equival-
ent. Willing to pay now for year are graduates of the Command
in advance. References. Box 50. )23 and General Staff School are also
desired.
PERSONAL Any university instructor who is
REDUCE! Lose pounds and inches eligible and interested is urged
where you want them off. Come in to contact the PMS&T, Depart-
from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. for an intro- ment of Military Science and Tac-
ductory treatment and be convinced. tics, 512 S. State St. prior to May
Baskin 8 N. Normal St., Ypsilanti. )7 12.
HANDSOME ex-Air Corps officer de-
sires date for chaperoned picnic May Opportunities for part-time Re-
24. Swimming, boating, canoeing, search Work on a Mathematics
dancing. Dial 2-4401, ask for 307 Project sponsored by Office of
Lloyd. )76 Naval Research:

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LOST: Navy gabardine raincoat in
chemistry library. Finder please
call 8860.
FOUND: Wood oboe-For information
leave word in box 15, Michigan Daily.
)67
LOST - At Illinois baseball game, a
green spiral notebook for History 147.
Call 9882. )72
LOST-White kerchief, orchid and word
"Aloha" in corner, near North Uni-
versity and State Streets Thursday.
Call Eleanor Stewart, 2-2281. )4
LOST - Elbon wristwatch with brown
strap between campus town and Cou-
zens Hall. Call Elaine, 9231. )9
FAVORITE wide red belt lost Monday
21st. Between Stockwell and Ro-
mance Languages. Call 5531 Stock-
well, please! )11
FOUND-Eversharp fountain pen. Own-
er may claim by identifying and pay-
ing for ad. Write Anna Mitch, West
Lodge, Dorm 2. )63
SOMEONE picked up wrong army field
jacket in P-Bell Friday afternoon. I
have yours with car keys in pocket.
Phone 8612. )29
LOST-K&E Duplex Slide Rule in case.
Vicinity of East or West Engineering
building. Geo. MacAllister, 1433 Univ.
Terr., Apt. 715. ) 32
ANYONE FINDING wallet belonging to
Jeannie Johnson, return to the lost
and found, Room 1 University Hall,
or call 5663. )18
WANTED
TICKETS-Wanted, 2 tickets for May
Festival Sunday night concert. Call
Lew Williams, 2-4591. )2
TWO OR THREE TICKETS for Sat.
evening, Sunday afternoon or evening
Festival concerts. Judy Daiken, 2527
Stockwell. )70
WANTED - Four tickets May Festival
Saturday evening, two pairs or all
together. Main floor or first balcony.
Phone 8472 evenings. )61
WANTED-Two tickets for Sunday af-
ternoon May Festival. Call R. McGu-
gan, 292 Couzens. )35
BABY SITTER-M.W.F. mornings, stu-
dent or student's wife. Tewes, 720 S.
State. 2-2035. )30
TWO TICKETS for May Festival Sun-
day night concert. Call 5162. )40
MISCELLANEOUS
"If your set won't play
And Frankie can't sing,
We'll fix it for you,

MAY FESTIVAL season ticket, Row K,
side section, Main floor, Box 119,
Daily.
GOLFERS-Spalding Jones irons, Ha-
gen, Wilson, MacGregor pro. golf
equipment. Golf bags, paxs and balls.
Phone 22058--4044. Johnny Malloy
Professional. )f69
18' SAILING CANOE, used. Completely-
equipped $125. Spencer 2 objective
microscope. Excellent condition,
$100.00. Ph. 21600. )22
PHONOGRAPH with automatic record
changer and 6 tube Motorola radio.
Call 25258 after 6:00 P. M. )6
SUN GLASSES $3.50. U.S. Surplus-Air
Force-4-base lens with pearloid
sweat bar. Sam's store, 122 E. Wash-
ington. )14
FOR SALE - Diamond Solitaire, 1/31
Karat. Priced to sell. Write Box 3,
Michigan Daily. )17
WIRE FOXTERRIER PUPPIES - Are
registered. Peppy, well marked, 8
weeks. 1456 Sudbury, Village, after 4
p.m. )25
FOR SALE-New set of tails, size 38,
Call Bud, 2-5571 after 7 p.m. )21
BRITISH light racer, 1 yr. old, $55.00.
Perfex 35 mm f 2.8. 1/500, case, film,
$27.50. After 4:15, Tom Denton, 414
Lawrence. ) 31
MAY FESTIVAL Season Ticket. Near
front second balcony, $9.00. Call Ro-
land Ure, 2-2001. )33
FOR SALE-Two May Festival series
tickets, Main floor left center. Row
K. Call 7571 or University 581. )34
ONE COMPLETE May Festival Series
Ticket. Top balcony. Call Fred
Marks, 2-8300. )28
SOLVE your housing problem with this
10 room, 2 bath brick and frame
home. Now used as 3 apartments.
Furniture in 2 apts. Included 3-car
garage. Large lot. Fruit and shade.
Opposite new grade school. $12,000.00.
Oril Ferguson, 928 Forest, Phone
2-2839. )27
COUNTRY PROPERTY. Well built 8
room house. Electricity, furnace, wa-
ter system, barns; chicken coop. 15
acres good land. 14 miles out. % mile
to nice lake. $9,500.00. Oril Fergu-!
son, 928 Forest, Phone 2-2839. )26
$2,000 BUYS-38 acres nicely wooded !
hills. Beautiful, high, scenic buildingj
site. Secluded location. One mile
to nice lake. Oril Ferguson, 9281
Forest Phone 2-2839. )24
HELP WANTED
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