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ing School Official Sees
tage of Trained Women

ortage of trained nurses,
>re acute than at present,
een by Miss Ada Hawkins,
t director of the nursing

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n, Barbara J.; Orr, Con-
C.; Osborn, Chase S., III;'
der, Leon D. J.;
ons, Ruth M.; Perry, Helen
oley, Richard P.; Porretta,
s A.; Pravda, Dorothy R.;j
Margaret A.; Rappley,
d M.; Renz, Walter F.;
, Clarence H.; Seward,
S,; Shadd, Robert W.; Sik-
Betty L.; Silep, Doris P.;
, Sarah; Sinnigen, Wil-
. Smith, Ralph C.;
th, Warren L.; Snell, "Wil-
III; Snyder, Sue A.; Stod-
Alonzo E., Jr.; Storgaard,
'a; Terhune, Robert W.;
y, Merlin C.; Van Eenam,
je L.; Vogel, Arthur; Wat-
iarles W.; Wilcox, Sarah A.
of of Forestry and Conser-
-Bork, John Hans; Kena-
ane L.; *Wallace, Oliver.
ol, of Public Health--Dun-
,uth E.; Seeman, Isadore;
ergil N.
of of Education -- Hovey,
a J.; Yambrick, Anna.
ol of Music--Baker, Joanne
n; Britton, ;Lennis G.;
Jean F.; English, Con-
Coulter; Hughes, Maurice
ith, Edwin C.
ating senior

Enrollment, Miss Hawkins re-
vealed, has fallen from a wartime
peak of 396 to 230 this term, mark-
ing a decline even beyond the
figure of 280 last fall.
Decline Explained
This decline may be explained
in two ways, Miss Hawkins said.
First, federal wartime scholar-
ships were discontinued after the
class of 1945. Second, the wartime
patriotism which inspired many to
study nursing is no longer a fact-
or.
Miss Hawkins pointed out, how-
ever, that there has been no cor-
responding decline in the demand
for trained nurses. An act author-
izing federal aid to states 'deficient
in proper hospital facilities has
left many more openings to be
filled. In addition, the Blue Cross
hospitalization plan has produced
a demand for nurses which can
not be met at present.
MichiganSalaries
According to Miss Hawkins,
Michigan offers nurses better than
average salaries which are grad-
ually being increased. At present
pay ranges from $185 to $205 per
month with a comfortable subsis-
tence available to nurses who so
desire.
Since the passage of a state act
in 1945, women meeting require-
ments can work for a B.S. degree
in nursing and, on completion of
tw'o years of pre-nursing and three
years of nursing, graduate into
the many fields now open. Miss
Hawkins mentioned service with
UNRA and the Red Cross over-
seas service and work as airline
and train hostesses as but a few
of the numerous opportunities.

THE MICHIGAN -DAILY
I N. S.O. CONFERENCE:
HIGHLIGHTS ON CAMPUS ...COFEN:
HLSCollege Students Ask Seat
Engineers' Meeting . . . Luthvan Students . . . S il rI1vesl tiROf Gj
The Student Chapter of the The Lutheran Student Associa- 0h
American Society of Civil Engi- tion will meet at 7:30 p.m. today Student representation in all dicate that the inves
neers will meet at 7:30 p.m. today m the Center for a discussion of phases of the investigations of subversive activities in
at the Union. the reformation period in Church "subversive" activities on college hools b Govrno
S. M. Cardone of the Michigan History. , , campuses which may be conduct- the Senate Committe
State Highway Department will ed by the state was called for conducted on an emot
speak on "Engineer-Soldier Road Speech Society . . . Sunday by a Michigan regional appealing to the persc
to Rome." Business will include conference of college students. dices rather than the
the consideraton of future field The Stump Speaker's Society, Meeting at Marygrove College understanding of the p
trips with other Michigan area. Sigma Rho Tau, will hold ainDtothcnfrcewih
meeting for all newcomers at in Detroit the conference c "To prevent any poss
student chaptLers. 71 ~.tdya h no functioned as a part of the Con - gmn fsuet'f
, 7:15 p.m. today at the Union. gement of students fug
All engineers may attend the tinuations Committee of the Na- rights of citizenship an
Palestine Films . . .' meeting, which is designed t tional Student Organization, sent that students have an C

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SHIRTS
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY ONLY
COLORS WILSON BROS.
GREEN BUTTON DOWN
TAN or
BLUE PLAIN COLORS
Special $2.99
Limit 2 to Customer -
Ann Arbor Cut-Rate Clothin
113 South Main Street - Next to Sugar Bowl

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Two technicolor films high-
lighting the current controversy
in Palestine will be shown at
8 p.m. today in the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation.
The program, which is spon-
sored by the Intercollegiate
Zionist Federation of America,
will conclude with a talk and
refreshments.
,, . ..
WAA Rifle Club ...
The WAA Rifle Club will hold
a reorganization meeting to sched-
ule new practice times at 4:30
p.m. today in the WAB. Anyone
unable to attend may contact
Barbara Crosby at 3018.
Congregational Tea. .
The Congregational-Disciples
Guild will hold a tea for students
from 4:30 to 6 p.m. today at the
Guild House, 438 Maynard.
Business Tryouts . . .
The meeting of the Michigan-
ensian Business Staff tryouts
will be held at 4 p.m. today, in-
stead of 5 p.m. as originally
announced.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

A WORD FROM
THE WISE
. . . to tell you about t
great selection of skirts
THEI DILLON SHOP. Th
have trick skirts with acco
dian pleats. Also, see, I
taffeta dress-up skirts.

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len Snyder, Theodore Heger,
[arold Sefton.
gue House Presidents Meet-
p.m., League. Mrs. M. Brom-
ill explain the newly revised
roning regulations.
Sociedad Hispanica presents
inflas," Mexican comic act-
"Un Dia con el Diablo," a
omedy in Spanish. Tues. and
Feb. 18 and 19, 8:30 p.m.
Mendelssohn Theatre. All
are reserved and tickets
be purchased at the Box
in the League any after-
from 2-5 p.m. Members of
ociedad Hispanica pay only
deral tax.
C.E. The Student Chapter
e American Society of Civil
eers will meet at 7:30 p.m.,
gan Union. Mr. S. M. Car-
of the Michigan State High-
Sept., will speak on the sub-
"Engineer-Soldier Road to
miess: Future field trips with
udent chapters in Michigan
t date to make reservations
nnual dinner meeting with
gan Section, A.S.C.E.-Feb.
DA: Meeting of enlarged
Live board, 7:30 p.m., Union.
terested persons are invited
end.
lern Dance Club: 7:30 p.m.,
ur Gym.
nia Club: Electoral meet-
:30 p.m., International Cent-
embers be present. Future
ers cordially invited. Enter-
ent and refreshments.
U. of M. Chapter of the In-
legiate Zionist Federation of
ca. will present the March of
movie "Palestine Problem"
United Palestine Appeal re-
at 8 p.m., Hillel Foundation,
aven.
public is cordially invited.
Al B'rith Hillel Foundation:
committee, 4:15 p.m. at the
ation. Bring eligibility card.
istain Science Organization:
.m., Upper Room. Lane Hall.
'oming Events
earch Club: 8 p.m., Wed.,
.9, Rackham Amphitheatre.
s: Prof. Clark Hopkins,
Christian Art in the Near
Prof. A. A. Christman, "The
olism of Caffeine and re-
Methylxanthines."
itute of the Aeronautical
ces: 7:30 p.m., Wed., Feb. 19,
an Union. Mr. R. Schney-
. speak on the subject, "De-
ient and construction of the
r Run Supersonic wind tun-

Slides on the tunnel, and an
Army Air forces technical film,
"Testing German Jets and Roc-
kets," will be shown. Election of
officers. All members of the Aero
Dept. and anyone interested are
cordially invited to attend.
University District, Michigan
Education Association: 7:30 p.m.,
Wed., Feb. 19, Library, University
High School. The members of the
Ann Arbor District will meet with
us as our guests. Lee Durham,
president of the M.E.A. and Miss
Mary Ellen Lewis, vice-president
of the M.E.A. will participate in a
discussion of the issues confront-
ing teacher organizations in the
years ahead. Refreshments will
be served. "
First and second year Forestry
students are invited and urged to
attend the February meeting of
the Forestry Round Table, Wed.,
Feb. 19, 7:30 p.m., Geology lecture
room, Rm. 4054, Natural Science
Bldg.
For Real
Dancing Enjoyment
The Melody Men
Orchestra
Phil Savage Evenings 25-8084

Debaters: Meeting, 8 p.m., Wed.,
4208 Angell Hall. Pictures will
be taken.
Graduate Education Club: 7:30
p.m., Wed., Feb. 19, in West Con-
ference Room, Rackham Bldg. Dr.
Edgar G. Johnston will lead a dis-
cussion on "Improvement of Tea-
cher Training in the Graduate
School." Graduate students and
friends are urged to attend.
Underwriters: Social meeting,
8 p.m., Wed., Feb. 19, Grand Rap-
ids Room, League, followed by a
skating party at Coliseum. Wed-
nesday Luncheon meeting 12
noon, Tea Room, League.
Pi Tau Pi Sigma, Signal Corps
Fraternity: Wed., Feb. 19, 7:30
p.m., Rm. 100, Military Hdqs.
Bldg. Movies on "Radar" will be
shown, and plans for Spring se-
mester activities will be discussed.
All present and former members
of Pi Tau Pi Sigma are urged to
attend.
RIDERF'S
STUDENT SUPPLIES
302 South State Street

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AS RARE AS A
- ' GOOD QUARTET
. . . are these Old Spice
shaving preparations. CAL-
KINS-FLETCHER offers
you a complete line of tal-
cum, cologne, and after
shave lotion.

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HURRY ALONG,
GOOD NEWS!
More of those tailored cot-
ton blouses are at the CAM-
PUS SHOP. In long and
short sleeves, they're perfect
for sport or dress wear.

SERVICE

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DRY CLEANING
IF BROUGHT IN TO EITHER OF OUR STORES ON
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS OR WEDNESDAYS.

OH ! LOOK WHAT
I FOUND!
Those new cotton cham-
bray pajamas at COUSIN'S.
They come in short and long
sleeves, plain colors and
stripes too !

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