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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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id Student BUT NO CANDY BARS:
arded Trip "U' Hospital Uas Super-Size
Argentina Drug Dispensary Department
Jay Van Aken, Grad., has Although it has neither soda eight-ounce size used by the cor-
amed the recipient of a fountain nor cosmetic counter, the
yp providing air transpor- University Hospital's pharmacy ner druggist, the 12 pharmacists
by Clipper for study at a department still adds up to almost on the department's staff serve
ity in Latin America. 100 average size drugstores. both in- and out-patients of the
Aken is working toward his Preparing medicants by the gal- hospital., Chief pharmacist Don'
s degree and also teaching Ion instead of in . the familiar E. Francke estimates that approx-
entary course in Spanish. imately 80 per cent of the pre-
study Latin Amferican lit- ,iaey8 e eto h r~
and history in Argentina Physics o B ok scriptions are filled from stock in
that material upon his re- the pharmacy laboratory.
ward a Ph.D. degree with a Anesthetics for the operating
teacing. By ruf. C.Ork.1 rooms, various kinds of tablets,
ellowship is one of a series .solutions to preserve human blood
el fellowships awarded by for storage, and distilled water
ine company and the In- h edfrsoaan ditldwtr
of International Educatien are all produced 'ZiT the pharmacy
promotion of closer edu- "dioativity and Nuclear Phy- laboratory. In separately enclosed
1 and cultural relations sics," by Prof. Jaines M. Cork of
the Americas. the physics department, will be roms within the laboratory, al-
ar fellowships were award- published Thursday. lergenic and parenteral solutions
summer for Latin American The book is one of the first to are prepared.
e students who flew north cover developnents made in the
y at various North Ameri- field of radioactivity and nuclear F un
iversities during the 1946- physics during the war. It deals Fl i n C u
lemic year. with peacetime applications in this
field and omits nilitary applica- Elects O ffi ers
tions.
Prof. Cork's book was previous-
ly published locally inusmimeo- Richard .Illing was elected pres-
r~ $graph form. It will be used' as a ident of the Flying Club at the
or text for graduate students in nu- first meeting of the semester.
ear John Horeth was elected vice-
claihsc.Ypresident; Scotty Foster, secre-
g0fT * tary; Charles Parcells, treasurer;
3111Lou Creith, operations man-
ager; Robert Goslow, flight sup-
R ID E R 'Servisor; and Dalton McAlister,
member of board of directors.,
ePlanswere also discussed for a
Now at 115 West Liberty socialouting to be held in three

Templeton To
Give Special'
f Irt HIre.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIP

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Tickets for the special Choral
Union concert to be given by Alec
Templeton at 8:30 p.m., Feb. 21 in
Hill Auditorium are still available
in the office of the University Mu-
sical Society.
Continuing his practice of com-
bining classical with lighter mu-
sic, Templeton will present a pro-
gram ranging from Bach to his
own, "Zampa's No Grampa."
Templeton, who is known to
Ann Arbor audiences both through
his recitals and radio programs,
is the composer of the score for
the forthcoming Broadway musi-
cal, "Dream Boat." He has also
completed a String Quartet and
a chorale work as well as numer-
ous humorous arrangements of
classical works.
Other works which will be in-
cluded in Templeton's program
are tlameau's "Petit Poulet," the
pianist's "Characteristic Etudes"
and the Bach Violin Chaconne.
Students May Join
'U' Varsity Band
Any students on campus inter-
ested in joining the 'U' Varsity
Band may attend rehearsals, held
at 4:30 p.m..Tuesday and Friday,
in Harris Hall, George Cavender,
publicity manager, announced.
Harold Ferguson will conduct
the band in rehearsal in sight-
reading and "not too difficult"
music, Cavender said.

Publication in The Dally Official tion-Room 108 Tappan Hall.
Bulletin is constructive notice to all School of Dentistry College-
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in Secretary's office of Dentistry
typewritten formn to the office of the Building.
Assistantto the President. Room 1021 School of Education-Room 1433.
Angell Hal, by 3:00 p.m. on the day University Elementary School. {
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat- School of Forestry-Room 2045'
urdays.) Natural Science Building.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947 School of Music-Room 101
Vo,. L AVYI, No' . 90 School.of Music Building.
School of Nursing-Room 2036
University Hospital.
NSchool of Public Health-infor-
Notices mation desk of School of Public
All Veterans: Health.
Reports of absence will be re- Medical Sclhiool-Room 123 West
4uired weekly of all veterans who Medical Building.
are receiving benefits through the
Veterans Administration. This re- All Veterans:
port is necessary in order that the The attention of all veterans is
University can fulfill its contract Teatnino l eeasi
with the Veterans Administration, called to the fact that in accord-
D foundance with the directive of the Dep-
Detailed instructions will be uty Administrator for Veterans'
on the report card. -n Affairs, Veterans Administration
These reports may be obtained Branch Office No. 6, Columbus,
and filed at the offices designated Ohio, the local Veterans Adminis-
College of Literature, Science tration Office is to conduct a sur-
Unest vey of all veterans in training at
and the Arts-hall ofUniversity the University and schools in this
Hall.area who are reporting nonreceipt
College of Engineering-Room of subsistence allowance due them.
225 W. Engineering Building.
Law School-First floor corri- All veterans are urged to report
dor of Hutchins Hall. to Rm. 100, RACKHAM BLDG.,
Graduate School - Graduate THURS., FEB. 13, for the purpose
School office. of making this report. For those
College of Architecture and De- who cannot . report on this date,
sign-Room 207 Architecture the deadline has been extended
Building. until 12 noon, Fri., February 14.
College of Pharmacy-Room 250 Cooperation of all veterans will
Chemistry Building. assist the Veterans Administration
School of Business Administra- Regional Office, Detroit, Michigan,
in reviewing all delinquent sub-

held January 28, 1947, the follow- approximately 5:30 p.m.
ing motion was adopted: d to leave at approximatel;
That this Committee approve' for Sunday dinners, the g
to arrive at approximate]
chaperoned and unchaperoned ex- and are to leave at appr
change and guest dinners; ex- 3 p.m.
change dinners to be defined as In accordance with t
meals in men's residences and
women's residences attended by motion, the regulation re
representative groups of members women guests, paragraph
of approved organizations of the Specific Standards of
other sex; guest dinners to be de- page 25, UNIVERSITY R
fined as meals in men's residences TIONS CONCERNING S
and women's residences attended AFFAIRS, CONDUCT, A
by guests of the other sex who CIPLINE (June 19, 1945
may or may not belong to Univer- vised to read as follows:
sity organizations. Guests at The presence of wome
week-day dinners are to arrive at in fraternity houses, me;

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