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iraiE TWU THE MICHIGAN ,DAIL

WEDNESDAY MAY 21, 1947

FBI To Descend on Campus
In Search for Capable Sleuths,
The FBI is conducting a man- special agent, special employe
hunt on campus today and tomor-
row, only this time they're looking agent, translator, clerk, stenog-
for capable men to join their rapher and typist. The beginning
ranks. salary for the first two positionsl
Representatives of the FBI will is $5,300 per year and chances of
be at the Bureau of Appointments advancement are good because the1
and Occupational Information FBI promotes its men on merit in-
from 9:30 a.m. to 4:34 p.m. inter- stead of seniority.
viewing candidates for jobs as To apply for any FBI job, the
candidate must be a male U. S.
citizen willing to serve anywhere
Se orA chitects in the United States or its pos-
sessions. Special agents must be
tl GetAward s either graduate lawyers or ac-
countants, and a B.A. degree is'
Eight seniors in the architec- necessary to be a special employe E
tural college will be honored at the agent.
Detroit Chapter meeting of the Physical reqirements include a
American Institute of Architects minimum height of 5'7," 20/20
which will be held today in the corrected vision in each eye, the
Union. _ ability to hear conversaton at a
The American Institute of Arch- distance of 15 feet, and no condi-
itects medal will go to Charles W. tion which would prohibit stren-
Pearman, and the Institute's book uous physical exercise.
award will go to Willard A. Ober- To test the mental aptitude of
dick for scholastice achievement each candidate for the job of spe-
The award for scholastic excell-
ence, leadership and service to the cial agent or special employe agent,
school, will be awarded to John a series of examinations will be
H. Bickel, Ill. given to determine the person's
Detroit Chapter awards for gen- ability to comprehend and as-
eral excellence will go to Oberdick, semble information.
Bickel, James H. Blair, Jr., James Students interested in an FBI
H1. McKeown, Charles W. Moore, interview can make an appoint-
Harris A. VerSchure, and Peter ment by calling the Bureau of
Tarapata. Appointments (extension 371).
ail 4kc qel
QUICK DELIVERY
Hamburgers... Milk... Soft Drinks
Phone 2-6606 - - - 9 P.M. to 1 A.M.

ams ClUbs
Elect Officers
For Fall Term
Hillel Elects Stuilnt
(:,ouncil Members
In elections for the coming
year, campus organizations have
chosen the following officers:
The University Flying Club has
selected Lou Creith as president;
G a g e Crocker, vice-president;
Marline Riese, secretary; Nelson
Hermance, treasurer; William
Mac Dermott, flight supervisor,
and Vernon Judd, operations man-
Ser.

DAILY OffICIAL BULLETIN

New members

of the B'nai

B'rith Hillel Foundation student
council include Phil Anoff, Shir-
ley August, Corinne Azen, Blanche
Berger, Sylvia Blechman, Mimi
Eberling, Howard Freeman, Judy
Laikin, Norma Lappen, Miriam
Levy, Norma Levy and Carol Lie-
berman.
The list continues with Sally
van Minden, Lynn Rittenbaum,
Phyllis Rosenberg, Aviva Shanoff,
Art Stern, Dave Subar, Harvey
and Betty Ann Zein.
S * *
Zeta Phi Eta, professional
speech fraternity, will be headed
by Kathleen Watson, president;
Lois Bendes, vice president; Glor-
ia Seving, recording secretary;
Beverly Kroske, corresponding sec-
retary; Elvira Smolinski, treasur-
er; Virginia Hyde, marshall; and
Nancy Neumann, social chairman.
e, * .
John R. Swenson, 48L, was
elected editor-in-chief of the
Michigan Law Review yesterday,
Joln E. Grossball, Merrill John-
Soi, Jol R. Price II and Thomas
S. Tolan Jr., 48L,- were elected as-
sociate editors.
Forming the new executive com-
mittee of the Case Club next se-
mester will be Ricard Archer, Rus-
sell Baker, Hugh Bell, Charles
Blackmar, Fr e d e r i c k Carson,
James Christie, William Downs,
Edward Hindert, Bruce Mellinger,
Kenneth Millard, Bruce Moore,
Donald Nordlung, John Regan and
John Swenson.
Pollock To Speak at
Annual AAUP Meeting
Prof. James K. Pollock, of the
political science department, will
give a "Report on Germany" at
the annual meeting of the Mich-
igan chapter of the American As-
sociation of University Professors,
to 'be held at 6:15 p.m. tomorrow
in the Union cafeteria.
Open to members only, the
AAUP meeting will begin with re-
ports and elections of officers.

Publication in The Daily official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices1
for the Bulletin should be sent inI
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:001 p.m. on the dayI
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays).
WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1947
VOL. LVIl, No. 163
Notices
Regents' Meeting: The Regents'
meeting originally scheduled for
Friday, May 30, at 2 p.m. has been
postponed to the time of the An-
nual Meeting, June 13, at : p.m.
Communications for consideration
at this meting must be in the
President 's hands not later than
June 5.
1lerbert G. Watkins
Secretary
Memorial Day. Although Friday.
May 30, Memorial Day, is a legal
holiday and all offices in the Uni-
versity will be closed, it is ex-
pected that all offices will be
open for business purposes on
Saturday, May 31.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
University Council M e e t i n g,
Mon., May 26, 4:15 p.m., AssemblyI
Hall, Rackham Building.
The Twelfth Annual School of
Education Convocation of under-
graduate and graduate students
who are candidates for the Teach-
er's Certificate during the aca-
demic year will be held at 2 p.m.,
University High School Auditor-
ium, Wed., May 21. This Convo-
cation is sponsored by the School
of Education and members of
other faculties. Students and the
general public are cordially in-
vited to attend. President Alex-
ander G. Ruthven will preside and

,,Dr. Eugene B. Elliott, State Su-
perint endent of Public Instruc -
tion, will give the address.-
Faculty members and University
employees: The Board in Control
of Intercollegiate Athletics of the
University of Michigan extends to,
the Faculty and to full-time Uni-
versity employees the privilege to
purchase Athletic Coupon Books.
These books entitle the owner to
a reserved seat for each of the
{home football games and general
admission to basketball, track,
wrestling and baseball as long as
seats are available. Those eligible
to purchase Athletic Coupon
Books are as follows:
1. University Faculty and Ad-
ministrative Officers.
2. Faculty members who have
been retired, but still given faculty
privileges.
3. Employees on the University
payroll who have appointments or
contracts on a full-time yearly
basis; or if on a hourly basis, are
full time employees and have been
employed by the University for a
period of not less than twelve
mnonths prior to the date of appli-
cation for the purchase of an
Athletic Coupon book.
4. University employees who are
on retirement and who were em-
ployed by the University for a per-
iod of not less than ten years.
Athletic Coupon Books may be
purchased also for wives and for
dependent children under 18 years
of age of the above groups.
Each book issued is for the
personal use of the individual for
whom it is purchased and neither
the book or the privileges accom-
panying it is transferable. The
ticket privileges and coupon book
admissions will be honored only
as long as the owner is associated
with the University. The priv-
ileges cease when such association
is terminated and no refunds or
rebates will be made.

The Athletic Coupon Books may1
be purchased at the Administra-1
tion Building, Ferry Field, begin-
ning May 26th. The price of t he
Coupon Book is Ten Dollars
($10.00) tax inc.
To receive preference in loca-
tion and assurance of a ticket to;
each of the home football games
the athletic coupons should be
exchanged and any additional
tickets ordered PRIOR TO AUG-
UST 1st. Formal application
blanks for football tickets will1
be issued at the time the Athletic
Coupon Books are purchased.
To students Planning to Attend
the Post-Session: Registration for
the Post-Session will be required
during the registration period for
the Summer Session.
Graduate Students receiving de-
grees in June who plan to take
part in Commencement exercises
may order caps, gowns, and hoods
from Moe's Sport Shop. Please
place orders by June 4.
Caps and Gowns: Seniors are
urged to call for their caps and
gowns at Moe's Sport Shop, 711
N. University. All schools will be
accommodated.
All senior engineers who have
paid their senior class dues may
obtain their caps and gowns in
the Garden Room, Michigan
League, 3-5 p.m. on the following
days: May 22, 23, 27, and 29.
Seniors in Lit School. Send your
class dues (amounting to $1.00)
to Barbara Raymer, Finance
Chairman, 407 North Ingalls.
These dues are to cover senior
class gift and to comprise the
Class of 1947 alumni fund.
All contributions and subscrip-
tion lists from student houses for
the Joseph Ralston Hayden Me-
morial Library should be turned in
to Mrs. Reynolds, Rm. 2, Univer-
sity Hall.
Party Approvals: All student
groups planning social events at

Approved social events for thle
coming week-end afternoon par-
ties are indicated by an astoriski.
May 23: Omega Psi Pli: Theta
Delta Chi.
May 24: Acal-a: ^Adans Iouse:
1T.iPEW1ITERS
Bought, Sold, Rented Repaired
STUDENT & OFFICE SUPPLIFS
0. D. MORIII113
314 S.,State St. Phone7177
North Main Opposite Court Hoe
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OPENING TOMORROW NIGHT
The Department of Speech
presents
PLAY PRODUCTION
In

"in Spite of Heaven"
by Robert True
An original play concerning the life of Moliere
WINNER OF HOPWOOD AWARD 1946

Patricia Chaffee
Catherine

Phyllis McVoy
Thesese

THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY

8:30 P.M.

TYPEWRITERS now available for rent.
standards or portables. Office Equip-
ment Service Co., 111 S. Fourth Ave.
)36
RENT A WHIZZER Motorbike -+Enjoy
spring rides the effortless way. Try
one for an hour, you'll enjoy it. Free
Instructions. You need a drivers li-
cense and $5.00 deposit. Call 9230--
The Municipal Golf Course. )4
HELP WANTED
WANTED-Man for part time cleaning
3-5:30 p.m. Must be dependable,
Apply Goodhew Floral Co., 225 E.
Liberty.
DOCTOR and two registered nurses for
coeducational summer camp in Mich-
igan. Jewish clientele. Phone 2-8439.
) 73
COOK, experienced - Cook for 50 in
summer boy's camp. Adequate re-
muneration and assistance, gas range.
modern equipment. Phone 25-9285. )8
TWO 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
MISCELLANEOUS
ALTERATIONS-Ladies garment. Se'-
eral newly made cotton swing skirts
for sale. Tel. 2-2678. 410 Observatory.
Alta Graves. )23
.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. 5:. )72
PAINTING-Experienced student veter-
an wil paint houses this summer.
Free estimates. Write occupant, 815
Packard or call 2-2580 after 4:15. )15
TENNIS FANS! Racquets restrung.
One day service. Pickup delivery
anywhere in Ann Arbor. New rac-
quets, balls in stock. Nylon a spe-
cialty. Call FRED ZIEMANN, 2-1088
after 5 or inquire at Varsity Tennis
Courts. )2
TRANSPORTATION
DRIVING to Los Angeles, Calif., June
12. Desire one more passenger. Leo
Fogelman, 212 Winchell House, West
Quad, 2-4401. )3
TWO STUDENTS desire ride to Chicago
EARLY Friday afternoon. Return
Sunday. Will share expenses. Call
Martin or Spence at 2-1610. -_ )5
2 STUDENT VETERANS will help drive
and share expenses to Phoenix, Ari-
zona after 5 p.m. Mon., June 9. West
Lodge Dorm 11, Room 63, 9212. )38

Tickets 96c - 72c - 60c (tax incl.) Box Office Open Daily - Phone 6300
SPECIAL RATE FOR STUDENTS THURSDAY - 42c
LYDIAMENDELSSOHN THEATRE

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RENT A TRAILER-Sturdy new steel
trailers for any purpose. Lowest rates
in the county. Patronize a student
enterprise and save. E. Ann Arbor
Trailer Co., 3304 Platt Rd. 123
TYPING: Theses term papers, etc. Du-
plicating: Notices, form letters pro-
grams. A-2 Typing Service, 232 Nick-
els Arcade, phone 9811. )65
WANTED TO RENT
TWO MALE student vets desire room
or rooms for Fall semester. Box 99
Daily. )19
CORPORAL, out in September, urgent-
ly needs single or double. Fall semes-
ter. Box 101 Michigan Daily. )42
UNFURNISHED 3-Room Apartment
wanted by veteran medical studenit
and school teacher wife. Call 2-2034.
)71
BY STUDENT AND WIFE, furnished or
unfurnished apartment, beginning
June, for two years or longer. Reply
Michigan Daily, Box 7. )30
WILL EXCHANGE 3-Room Furnished
Apt. in Detroit for apt. or flat in
Ann Arbor. Call HO 3849 in Detroit.
) 33
STUDENT VETERAN and wife desire
to sub-let apartment for summer
term. References furnished. Box 22,
Daily. ) 51
STUDENT VETERAN and wife wish to
rentEfurnished or unfurnished apart-
ment, beginning fall term, 1947. Please
call Richard Price at 2-2858 anytime
after 7:30 p.m. )25
WANTED - 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
STUDENT VET and wife desire an
apartment for occupancy around
Aug. 1. Call 24401, Rm. 12 after 7
o'clock or write Raymond Cieslinski,
2390 Goodson, Hamtramck 12, Mich.
)48
STUDENT COUPLE with Degas prints
and Debussy records, weary of life
in kangaroo pouch, seek partment
(furnished or otherwise) for summer
and/or fall semesters. Phone 2-2252,
between 3:30-5:30. Ask for Don. )41
MARRIED VETERAN, with two more
years of school, desires to rent fur-
nished or unfurnished apartment be-
ginning in August or before fall sem-
ester. Phone 2-4401, Allen-Rumsey
House, Room 108, or write Box 21,
Michigan Daily. )50
VISITING PROFESSOR and family (3
adults) desire furnished two-bedroom
house or apartment for summer.
Phone Mrs. Helen Anderson, Ann Ar-
bor, 4121, Ext. 363 or write P.O. Box
489, Ypsilanti. )27
WANTED
MAN'S BICYCLE, good condition, rea-
sonably priced. In replying state
price. Box 12, Michigan Daily. )24
GOOD SIZED packing trunk. Must be
in good condition. Phone 23404 after
5. )35
USED CAR-Prefer coupe or light se-
dan. Will pay cash. Phone Maloy,,
2-3241 or 2-7560. 54
LOST AND FOUND

FOR SALE

FUR SALON
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NEW RAINCOAT lost in I-M Building
last Wednesday. Reward for infor-
mation leading to its recovery. James
Davies. Vaughan House, 2-5553. )12

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WEBSTER RECORD CHANGER, brand
new. Flourescent desk lamp, record
player. Call 2-1371. )29
ON'E-THIRD KARAT Diamond Engage-
ment Ring, heirloom, $65. See after-
noon M.P. 2 lab, East Eng. Bldg. )32
FOR SALE-Tux, Size 36tor 37. Room
205 Prescott House, East Quad. Ask
for Carey. )28
FOR SALE-White Formal Coat, size 38.
$15.00. Handren, 309 Hinsdale, East
Quad. ) 22
L. C. SMITH Corona Deluxe Silent Port-
able Typewriter, good as new, $65.00.
Call 2856, Ypsilanti. A. E. L. Patch )11
SUN GLASSES $3.50. U.S. Surplus-Air
Force-4-base lens with pearloid
sweat bar. Sam's store, 122 E. Wash-
ington. )14
550 DUKE ELLINGTON, Benny Good-
man, and other jazz collectors items.
Send card to 1930 Norway Road for
record list, or call 2-0425. )71
1946 HOUSETRAILER-2 rooms, per-
manent double bed, Electric brakes,
$1500. 935 Heath Ct., Willow Run. )21
ALMOST NEW Magnavox Console auto-
matic Radio Phonograph. Make ap-
pointments to see with secretary,
Psych Dept. )26
COMMUNICATIONS REEIVER. Echo-
phone Model EC-3. Nine tubes and
Crystal filter $55.00. 603 E. Ann, Apt.
2, after six. )19
1946 HOWARD TRAILER, aluminum
body tandem wheels-excellentcon-
dition, reasonable. Can be purchased
on Lot D-20, Ypsi Ann Trailer Park.
)18
SALE MOTORCYCLE 1936-80 newly ov-
erhauled Must sell. Call 7691 after
very little. Call Hal at 9232. )72
HALL TENNIS RACKET-Never used
original price $20. Will sell for $12.
330 E. Kingsley, 9072. 67
TAILS: Size 36 or 37. Good condition.
Price $20.00. Call 24551 and ask for
Brent. 69
CUSTOM TAILORED tails, 42 long, vest,
shirt, ties, studs. $50'. Phone 6293
after 7. )39
HARLEY-DAVIDSON '42-45. First class
condition. Buddy seat, saddle bags
and other extras. Call after 6 p.m.
R. E. Pattison, 1003 E. Huron. Phone
9222. )43
MOTORCYCLE-'43 Indian. Good con-
dition. Call 5397. Leave message. )45
CHEAP TRANSPORTATION - Briggs-
Stratton Motorbike fully equipped,
good condition. Phone 8568-Budzen
after 7:30 p.m. Mon., Wed., Thurs. )46
SEVEN MATCHED and registered golf
clubs-$35. Call Dr. Ned Murphy at
2-3211 between 6 and 7 p.m. )47
SMART DRESSES, maternity, slightly
used, half price. 12-14. Also Prueffer
Professional clarinet. Phone 22035.
).52
A CHOICE building site for country
home, 40 acres, ideally located. 4%
miles west Ann Arbor, restricted. $400
per acre. Private owner. Write Box
97, Michigan Daily. )67
WANTED TO TRADE

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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
ROOMS FOR RENT
LARGE DOUBLE ROOM near campus
and Stockwell. For summer. Call
2-3422 after 6 p.m. and ask for Joe
or Howard. )44
LIVING ROOM, study, sleeping for men
music students-Summer-Fall term.!
217 South Fifth Ave. after 3 p.m. )16

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