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TWO DAY TOUR
Forestry Administration Class
Observes llinois Preserve

Thirty-six members of the for-
estry admnistration class return-
ed yesterday fromi a two-day in-
spection of the Cook County For-
est Preserve District near Chicago.
The purpose of the trip was to
observe at close range the ad-
MembershIip
Lists Required
Presiding officers of recognized
University organizations must sub-
mit membership lists to the Office
of Student Affairs as soon as pos-
sible, Harvey Weisberg, president
of Student Legislature, said yes-
terday. '
Reporting that many campus
organizations have not yet done
tis, he explained that these lists
are the only means the office has
of determining activity reports for
individual student files.
dt is in the interest of the stu-
dents that the lists be turned in
as the files often provide valuable
information to firms inquiring
about University graduates, he
said.

ministration of a public forest pre-
serve. Prof. Shirley W. Allen, of
the forestry school, who led the
group, said that the class had seen
a streamlined organization oper-
ating under a variety of diffi-
cult problems.
The class traveled through the
17,000 acres of wild groves and
marshes in special buses, visiting
three of the nine district head-
quarters.
Maintained to preserve wild life
in its natural state, the district
reaches throughout the Skokie
Valley, Palos hills, and Des Plaines
river area. Prof, Allen said that
the district has doie an excellent
job in solving problems of safety,
fire, reforestation and vandalism
without allowing politics to dom-
inate the administration.
Another trip, to the Huron Na-
tional Forest near East Tawas,
Mich., will be made by another
51 forestry administration stu-
dents netxt Thursday, Prof. Allen
said.
Your Favorite Edition-
Monday, May 26th

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The Department of Speech presents
. Play Production in
"InSpi te oi Heaveiu,
An original play concerning the life of Moliere,
by ROBERT TRUE,
Winner of Hopwood Drama Award, 1946. w
Thur., Fri., Sat. May 22, 23, 24 8:30 P.M.
Tielets 96c, 72e, 60e (tax inc.)
SPECIAL RATE for students Thursday . . . 42c
Box Office opens May 19 - Mail orders now
LYDI[A M~EESSt)H. THEATRE
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Straight Says
Other Nations
Distrust U.S.
Expressing the conviction that
America's economic and political
policies, as geared against Russia,
seem to be swaying nations into
the Russian orbit, Michael
Straight, youthful publisher of the
"New Republic," and travelling
companion of Henry Wallace, sur-
veyed the European scene yester-
day at a luncheon tendered in his
honor, in the Allenel Hotel.
Since the promulgation of the
Truman doctrine, said Straight,
who has recently returned with
Wallace from a tour abroad, grow-
ing liberal forces have developed
a strong distrust of the U. S. and
look upon this country as the real
threat to the peace.
He added that this distrust is
particularly in evidence among the
groups in France which fear
American support of a DeGaullist
revival. "Factions of Britain's La-
bor Party, as well, have condemned
American diplomacy which sends
dollars to support reaction,
Straight continued.
Straight, a member of AVC's
National Planning Committee, ad-
dressed his remarks to a group of
AVC members and representatives
of other groups who sponsored
Wallace's visit to the University.
(Continued from Page 1)
for Russia's extraordinary stand
on sovereignty. It is necessary for
the nations of the world to give
up a degree of sovereignty for the
security and welfare of the world."
Q. How likely do you consider
the formation of a third party
within the next year to be?
A. "Impossible to say at the
present time. I am doing every-
thing I can to get two different
parties before we get a third one.
Our one-party system was indi-
cated last fall when I was asked
not to say anything against Van-
denberg by a Democratic spokes-
man,"
Accompanying Wallace on his
visit here were Richard Boyer of
The New Yorker; M i c h a e l
Straight, publisher of The New
Republic; Laurence Kraus, grad-
uate here in 1940 and on the staff
of The New Republic; Howard
Norton, of The Baltimore Sun;
and Edward Harris, of the St.
Louis Post-Dispatch.
Science .GTrt
To Meet Today
A two-day convention of the
Michigan Junior Academy of Sci-
ences, Arts and Letters will be
held today and tomorrow at the
Michigan State College Campus.
Students will present papers,
demonstrations, talks on science
and scientific experiments at the
general assembly tomorrow which
is open to the public. All presenta-
tions by the scholars and students
will be judged by a senior commit-
tee headed by Dr. L. L. Quill,
chairman of the chemistry depart-
ment at Michigan State College.
The Junior Academy of Science
was first formed in 1946 by the
senior Michigan Academy of Sci-
ence which is affiliated with the
American Association for the Ad-
vancement of Science.
Keynote Speech

Given by Brandon
Arthur L. Brandon, director of
the University News Service, was
the keynote speaker at the opening
session of the American College
Public Relations Association, yes-
terday in St. Louis, Mo.
In his keynote talk, Brandon ex-
plained that America is still far
short of its goal of education for
all. In order to make education
available to all we must be willing
to pay for badly needed addi-
tional educational facilities, he de-
clared.
Maj. Morse Leaves
To Join Ground Forces
Maj. Woodrow W. Morse, profes-
sor of military science and tactics,
left for Washington, D.C., yester-
day to join headquarters of the
Army Ground Forces.
Maj. Morse, a veteran of 40
months overseas service, was coach
of the University's ROTC rifle
team.
No replacement for him has been
announced by the War Depart-
ment

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Publication in The Daily Official Ctraining institution to anothe, An officers screening board will
Bulletin is constructive notice to all who expect to continue receiving be in Rn. 302. Michigan Union,
members of the University. Notices{
for the Bulletin should be sent in benefits through the Veterans Ad- from 9 .ni.-5 l.. May 19. to in-
typewritten form to the office of the ministration must observe the fol- terview applicants for Regular
Assistant to the President, Room 1021 lowing procedure in order to avoid Army commissions. Students who
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day delay and unnecessary hard- were officers during the war and
preceding publication (1:00 a.m. Sat- ship at the time of registration. will receive degrees by July 15,
} If you have already used the 1947 may apply.
FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1947 education benefits of P.L. 346 (the Rtc tional Swimn-Wor-
VOL LVII, No. 159 G.I. Bill) in an on-the-job train- en tsCr :a wuRecrational-swin-
ing program, or at any institution mn for w oeestudnnt sim
other than the University of Mich- held at the Unicn Potol fromdn 9-11
igan, it will be necessary for you heM. every Satucn y through Ma
Student Accounts: Your atten- to secure a supplemental Certifi-edg
tion is called to the following rules cate of Eligibility to present to the
passed by the Regents at their institution. To do so. you should
meeting on February 28, 1936: write a letter to the Regional Of-! nior Life Saving - Women
Students shall pay all ac- fice, Chief, Registration Section, Students: The Seniwr Life Sav-
counts due the University not lat- Veterans Administration in the ing Class which meets at the
er than the last day of classes of state in which you have enrolled 0Union Pool on Tuesday and Thurs-
each semester or summer session. in school requesting a supplemen- day evenings is having its final ex-
Student loans which are not paid tal Certificate. amination on the following dates:
or renewed are subject to this Your letter of request should in- Practical: Thurs., May 22 and
regulation; however, student loans lude the following information: Thurs., May 29-8:15 p.m.
not yet due are exempt. Any un- 1. Your C-number Written: Tues., May 27-8:15
paid accounts at the close of 2. Your address p.m.
business on the last day of classes 3. The name of the school which Any woman student who did not
will be reported to the Cashier of you have previously attended un- take the examination last term
the University and der the GI Bill should come to the pool at 8:15
"(a) All academic credits will 4. The date on which you termi- p.m. this Thurs., May 15, and
be withheld, the grades for the nated your schooling there next Tues., May 20. for review.
semester or summer session just 5. The course which you were!
completed will not be released, and taking Air Reserve Officers
no transcript of credits will be is- 6. The school which you are Headquarters Second Air Force
sued. planning to attend desires to recall to active duty ap-
"(b) All students owing such ac- 7. The date when you will reg- proximately eight Air Reserve of-
counts will not be allowed to reg- ister ficers for a period of eight weeks
ister in any subsequent semester 8. The course in which you will commencing 2June 1947 through
or summer session until payment be enrolled 10 August 1947 inclusive for the
has been made." 9. Your reasons for changing purpose of instructing Air ROTC
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary schools at Summer Camps located at

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schon al1o involves a chne of
course you should report to the
Veterans Adinli,ttion Guidance
Cen'ter, Room 100111. lRaCkhsmtI
Bu i lding

rience in:
a. Command
b. Supple
1c. Pubi(c 2relaitonks or
service.

specil

Bureau of Appointments & Oc-
cupational Information, 201 Ma-
son Hall. Office Hours: 9-12, 2-4.
GENERAL PLACEMENT:
The Girl Scouts will have a
representative here on Thurs.,
May 22, to interview girls inter-
ested in scouting as a career. Call
371 for appointment.
Information regarding employ-
ment at the Wyandotte Chemical
Company, Wyandotte. Michigan,
is now available. See Mr. Jones at
the Bureau of Appointments.
TEACHER PLACEMENT:
Lingnan University in China is
in need of one English teacher
with a Master's degree, and one
woman elementary school princi-
pal. Unmarried staff members
are provided with furnished
rooms, all traveling expenses, life
insurance, . free medical, dental,
and oculist care. Call 489 for
further information.
The Kamehameha School for
North Main Opposite Court House
- Ends Tonight-
"VACATION DAYS"
-- and
"A GAME OF DEATH"
-- Starts Saturday -
Tom Conway in
"FALCON'S ADVENTURE"
-- plus
LAST FRONTIER UPRISING
News and Serial, Chap. 10

Girls, Honolulu, Hawaii, the open-
ings in the following fields: Math-
emiat ics and Physical Education,
Eng,1lishi and Soc-ial Studies, Comi-
mercial, Biology, General Science,
and Typing. Anovne interested in
having their papers sent for con-
sidera tion should let us know im-
media tly
Professor Raymond B. Cattell,
of the University of Illinois, will
speak on "Personality Factors and
their Measurement." Wed., May
21, 4:15 p.m., Rackham Amphi-
theatre; auspices of the Psychol-
ogy Club.
A cadenllin Notices
Concentration Advisement Series:
Friday, May 16
Sociology Department-35 An-
gell flail, 4:15 p.m.
Prof. R. C. Angell--Nature and
scope of sociology: its relation to
other fields: its place in liberal
education ' academic opportunities
for teaching and research),
Prof. A. E. Wood-Social work
(CominuEd on Page 3)
ART CINEMA LEAGUE
PRESENTS
TAUBER TRIUMPHS AGAIN

All student who expect to be-
come candidates for a teacher's
certificate in February, June, or
August, 1948, should call for an
application form at the office of
the School of Education, Rm. 1437
U.E.S. Application forms should
be filled in and returned to the
School of Education by May 24.
Veterans transferring from one

Failure to obtain a supplemental
Certificate of Eligibility prior to
registration means you will be
unable to draw subsistence or have
your school expenses paid by the
government. Your attention is
also called to the fact that the
supplemental Certificate referred
to above is issued by the Veterans
Administration for a particular
course of training at a specific
institution. If your change of

Lowry Field and Chanute Field.
All Air Reserve officers inter-
ested in being recalled to active
duty for purpose mentioned above
and possess the following qualifi-
cations are urged to contact the
Adjutant at Military Headquar-
ters, 512 S. State, prior to 1200
hours, 19 May 1947.
1. Rated or non-rated.
2. Not above the grade of Major.
3. Have extensive military expe-

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Weekdays until 5 P.M., 250
Evenings and Sundays, 300
- Today and Saturday -
TOPPER TAKES A TRIP
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Roland Young
and
CARAVAN TRAIL
- Starts Sunday -
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I English dialogue
Eglish lyrics
by John Drinkwater

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FOR SALEI
DULL PROF? Have a hearing aid type
earphone attached to your portable
radio. Call MacNaughton. 2-1371. )9
FOR SALE - Girl's Bicycle, practically
new. Call 2-6629 after 9 p.m. for fur-
ther information. )32
MICRsOSCOPE, monocular Bausch &
Lomb, 1937 Model. 3 objectives, me-
chanical stage and carrying case. Per-
fect condition. $175.00. Call 4004. )67
FOR SALE-Tux, Size 36 or 37. Room
205 Prescott House, East Quad. Ask
for Carey. )28
WHITE PALM BEACH SUIT. Size 36.
Worn once. Ideal for summer formals
and eating vanilla ice cream cones.
2-9756, George. )23
CAMERA. 35 mm Balda, f2.9 - f16; Coin-
pur shutter speed, 1 sec. to 1/300.
Range .5 meter to infinity. With
case, $60. Write Box 77. )57
SUN GLASSES $3.50. U.S. Surplus-Air
Force-4-base lens with pearloid
sweat bar. Sam's store, 122 E. Wash-
ington. )14
TUXEDO-Size 38. Excellent condition.
Call 4212 between 6 to 7-L. Siegal. )4
1946 HOUSETRAILER-2 rooms, per-
manent double bed, Electric brakes,
$1500. 935 Heath Ct., Willow Run. )21
SALE MOTORCYCLE 1936-80 newly ov-
erhauled Must sell. Call 7691 after
very little. Call Hal at 9232. )72
MOTORCYCLE 1936-80 newly over-
hauled. Must sell. Call 7601 after
five P. M. Ask for Joe. )44
LIKE TO LISTEN to your radio late
at night. Have earphones or pillow
speaker to your radio. Call Mac-
Naughton, 2-1371. )30
GIRL'S BICYCLE and boy's bicycle for
sale. Call Ken Norman at 8806 after
6 p.m. )76
APT. SIZE gas refrigerator. Servel
Electrolux. Top condition. $100.00
Phone 7034 6 to 9 p m. )20
TRANSPORTATION
STUDENT VETERAN desires ride to
San Francisco or vicinity after last
exam 5 p.m. June 7 on share expense
basis. Will help drive. Mel DeLaun-
ey, West Lodge, Ypsilanti. )43
FORESTRY STUDENT desires ride to
Portland, Oregon or vicinity on or
shortly after commencement, June 14.
Will share expenses and help drive.
Tom Miller, 1320 Geddes Avenue. Call
or write - 4537. ) 63
For Books To Trade ---
Remember the SBE
RUSSIAN CIRCLE
HITS AtNEW HIGH INHILARITY! x
Hill Aud., Sat. 8 P.M., May 24

HELP WANTED

COOK, experienced - Cook for 50 in
summer boy's camp. Adequate re-
muneration and assistance, gas range,
modern equipment. Phone 25-9285. )8
SALES REPRESENTATIVES: Excellent
opportunities for college trained men,
22 to 27, leading into supervision and
sales executive work. Monthly sal-
ary, expenses paid, car provided, op-
portunity for added compensation
and participation in profit sharing
plan. Procter and Gamble represen-
tative will be at Bureau of Appoint-
ments, May 22. For interview, call
Ext. 371. )17
2 GIRLS-One secretary, one typist for
claim work. Experience in claim
work helpful but not necessary. Good
starting salary with quick advance.
Permanent. Apply at Claims Dept.
Auto Club Mich., 207 S. Fourth Ave.
)41
WANTED TO RENT
UNFURNISHED 3-Room A p a r tin e n t
wanted by veteran medical student
and school teacher wife. Call 2-2034.
)71
STUDENT VETERAN and wife wish to
rent furnished or unfurnished apart-
ment, beginning fall term, 1947. Please
call Richard Price at 2-2858 anytime
after 7:30 p.m. )25
WANTED - Apt. to rent for summer
session only. June 19 to Aug. 15.
Preferably Willow Run. No children
or pets. References furnished. Har-
lan L. Thomas, 19241 Shoreland Ave.,
Rocky River, Ohio. )46
APARTMENT in Grand Rapids. Will ex-
change for one in Ann Arbor. Write,
stating details, 905 Calvin, Grand
Rapids. F. John Wyatt. )74
CORPORAL, out in September, urgent-
ly needs single or double. Fall semes-
ter. Box 101 Michigan Daily. )42

LOST AND FOUND
WILL PERSON who got light grey
Covert Topcoat at Tiny's last Thurs-
day nite by mistake, please contact
Lofgren, telephone 2-4481. )3
LOST- -Universal Geneva stop watch.
Possibly on Municipal Golf Course.
Reward. Call 23616. )6
WANTED
CHEVROLET Convertible, 1940 or 1941.
Will pay cash. Phone 6293 after 7. or
see Dick Holbrook, 721 Catherine. )38
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
WANTI'D -- To rent by veteran stu-
dent and wife 2 or 3 room furnished
or unfurnished apartment for min-
imum occupancy of one year Will
pay in advance. Reply Michigan
Daily Box 91. )62
MISCELLANEOUS
GOLFERS-Spalding, MacGregor, Hag-
en, Wilson Clubs, Bags, Balls. Phone
4044 or 2-2058. Johnny Malloy, Pro-
fessional. )69
REWARD OFFERED to person or per-
sons assisting elderly lady into car
at scene of accident on Sept. 29,
1947 at Manausa Gas Station cross-
walk, Church at S. U. Contact Mich.
Daily, Box No. 53. )72
BUSINESS SERVICES
ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERS
SALES - JOHN JADWIN - SERVICE
855 Tappan Ave. Phone 2-7412 )10
TYPEWRITERS now available for rent,
standards or portables. Office Equip-
ment Service Co., 111 S. Fourth Ave.
) 36
"If your radio moans
When Der Bingle' groans
We'll fix its tones
Without any bones'
For expert radio service call 9241 or
bring your set to the Tavern Cafe-
teria. )37
THEME TYPING, outline typing, public
stenography done reasonably and
quickly. 206 Municipal Court Bldg.
Phone 2-8496. )64
PERSONAL
WANTED -- One live one.

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4 M6ONTH 4
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Thurs, Fri.,
and Sat.
May 15,16,17
8:30 P.M.
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN
THEATRE
Box Office opens 2 P.M. Daily
Admissions 42c (tax incl.)
Reservations, Phone 6309

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Tickets may be purchased at the high school box office
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ROOMS FOR RENT

SPACIOUS DOUBLE ROOM for summer
term. 1 min. to Arb.; 2 min to
Mosher-Jordan; 8 min. to campus.
Call 2-3422 after 7:00 p.m. Ask for
Chuck or George. )24
FOR RENT
WILL RENT to group of teachers or
graduate women for summer, kitchen
privileges. Phone 4701. )65

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Specializing in FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS
Open 11:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. including Sundays.
5400 Plymouth Road (on the way to Detroit) Phone 9387
HOME OF GOOD FOOD
Lunches 11:30-1:30 - only 65c
Dinners (family style)-5:00-8:00 P.M.-$1.45 to $1.65
418 E. Washington (one-half block off State) Phone 9717
THE MAYFL OWER
BREAKFASTS ... LUNCHEONS ... DINNERS
Waffles our specialty . . . Better Coffee
307 South Main Street
COTTAGE INN
Specializing in Home Cooked Food.. . Steaks and Chops
Open Weekdays 11:00 A.M. - 1:30 P.M., 5:00 - 8:00 P.M.
Sundays 11:00 A.M. - x:00 P.M., 5:00 - 9:00 P.M.
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