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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ThURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1946

FOUNDATION MEETING:
'Iudustrial Research Depends
On College Scientists'--Rector

Speaking at the annual meeting of
the NationalhSanitation Foundation
yesterday, Thomas M: Rector, vice-
president of the General Foods Cor-
poration discussed the ultimate de-
pendence of industrial research on the
work of "pure scientists," most of
whom are located in colleges and uni-
versities.
"Industry is primarily interested in
profit and public service," he said,
"and has proved that it pays off in
both regards, for it increases indus-
trial profits and, by reducing produc-
tion costs, makes possible lower prices
and better products for the consum-
er.''
"Fundamental research carried on
in laboratories of universities has sup-
plied us with the vast pool of infor-
mation upon which we rely in indus-
trial investigations," he continued.
"Industry also recognizes its debt to
the colleges for the stream of trained
men which they send us."
ROTC Men Honor
M-Sgt. Bonnewell
In honor of M/Sgt. Dewey M. Bon-
newell, who went on retirement fur-
lough Saturday after 21 years of
service with the ROTC unit here, the
officers and men of the ROTC unit
gave a luncheon at the Union yes-
terday.
At the affair they presented the
sergeant with a gold ring.

Dr. Nathan Sinai, professor of pub-
ic health and vice-president of the
oundation, also spoke during the
norning session of the group at the
School of Puolic Health.
Dr. Sinai suggested that a sanita-
tion testing laboratory similar to the
inderwriters' laboratory for fire pro-
tection is needed.
"Ethical industry needs and asks
ior such an independent agency to
vhich all types of equipment and
nany other products may be submit-
'ed for careful and critical tests.
Such tests will be Welcomed by the
yonsuming public as well as indus-
try," he said.
Legislature..
(Continued from Page 1)
that many rooms would be turned up
in a survey 'even a few rooms would
be a help," the Legislature voted to
begin a house-to-house room survey
immediately.
The election committee of the Leg-
islature was directed to work with
Marge Kohlhaas, a candidate in last
week's election, in investigating the
validity of the Legislature election.
Miss Kohlhaas charged that approxi-
mately one-fifth of the ballots are
missing. She added that she has 97
sworn statements from students who
maintain that they indicated her as
their first choice, although 51 votes
were tabulated for her in the count-
ing.
A special committee was instructed
to start work immediately with the
Athletic Office in drawing up a foot-
ball seating plan for next fall.

OUT THAR
... at the Village
Noel Coward's three-aict play,
"Blithe Spirit," will be presented at
8 p.m. today i: the West Lodge audi-
torium by the Little Theatre of Wil-
low Village.
The Little Theatre was organized
in October by a group of interested
students and their wives for the pur-
pose of providing entertainment for
Village residents.
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The class in Prenatal and Child
Care sponsored by the Washtenaw
County Health Department will meet
at 2 p.m. today at West Court Com-
munity Building.
Today's topic for discussion will be
"The Care of the Sick Child," which
will include the common signs of dis-
ease and procedure for the care of the
sick. Tea will be served.
The University extension class in
Elementary Psychology will meet at
8 p.m. at West Court. Other activi-
ties scheduled for West Court at the
same hour are the weekly bridge ses-
sion and the meeting of the Sewing
Club.
Hall Made Officer
Of Research Group
Prof. Robert B. Hall, of the geog-
raphy department, was elected for a
three-year term as vice-chairman of
the Social Science Research Council
at a recent meeting of the organi-
zation in New York. Prof. Hall has
been a member of th? Council for 12
years.

Lawyers' Club
Will Try State
Liquor Statute
"Maxwell" goes on trial tomorrow
for failing to have a Liquor Pur-
chase Identification Card in his pos-
session as required by the Statutes
of the State of X.
"Maxwell" is the defendant in a
hypothetical case to be presented by
the Law School Case Club at 3:30 to-
morrow in 2nd floor court room of
Hutchins Hall.
Prof. Paul A. Kauper will be the
chief judge for the Supreme Court of
the State of X with Howard Jacobs
and Kenneth Liles acting as asso-
ciate judges. The State's contention
will be argued by Charles Rendlen
and Thomas E. Dougherty while Wil-
bur Davidson and Carl Fischer will
defend "Maxwell."
"Maxwell's" attorneys will attempt
to prove that the State Statute un-
der which "Maxwell" was convicted
is an unconstitutional law because it
deprives Maxwell of equal protec-
tion as an adult citizen in that state
which is guaranteed him by the 14th
Amendment.
The arguments, submitted in brief
form for the court's inspection last
Saturday, will include citations from
cases in the past as well as verbal
battles between the opposing lawers
based upon 1easoning and common
sense.
Another aspect of the case which
should heighten its interest is the
great lack of cases which are exact
duplicates of this case. Both sides
have been hard pressed for informa-
tion concerning good, comparable
cases.
The trial will be open to the public.
All persons interested in the questions
concerning this law are invited to
attend.

Sawyer To Lecture ...
The Ann Arbor chapter of the
American Association of University
Women will sponsor a lecture by Dr.
Ralph A. Sawvyer, of the Graduate
School, on the Bikini Atoll atomic
bomb test at 3 p.m. today in Rackham
Amptheatre.
Dr. Sawyer will also show films of
the test.
*~ * *
Latin American al....
The. Efforts of Latin American
Women To Enter the Peace Move-
ment will be discussed by Mrs.
Heloise Brainerd at 8 p.m. today
in the International Center.
Active in the Pan-American Un-
ion for 25 years, Mrs. Brainerd was
recently chairman of the Inter-
American Congress of Women.
The lecture is open to the public.
AYH To Hold Bike Trip...
An overnight bicyle trip to the Sa-
line Valley Farms has been scheduled
by the University chapter of the
American Youth Hostel Group to
leave at 2:30 p.m. Saturday from
Lane Hall.
All those who intend to go should
register with Ellen Stringer at 2-2218
by tomorrow evening, Kathryn Volk-
man, group leader, announced.
Chess Club Meeting*..**
The Student Chess Club will
meet at 7:30 p.m. today in Rm. 302
of the Union.
Players are requested to bring
boards and chessmen.
4 . *:
International Center Tea...
Rosa Militar, director of health
education in the Department of Edu-
cation of the Philippines will be a
guest at the tea from 4 to 6 p.m. to-
day in the International Center.
Filipino, students are particularly
invited to attend the tea and to meet
Miss Militar.

Campus Highlights

First Childreif's Play .. .
"Aladdin and His Wonderful
Lamp," the first children's play
of the season, will .be presented at
3:45 p.m. tomorrow, and at 1:30
p.m. Saturday, at the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.
The play is primarily for chil-
dren but it is also open to the
campus at large. Tickets may be
purchased from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
today through, Saturday at the
Lydia Mendelssohn box office.
wen House
To Hear Talk
Dr Allen Will Discuss
Present State of (Cina
Dr. Stewart Allen, former super-
intendent of the Canadian Mission
Hospital in Chungking and one-time
chairman of the Council on Medi-
cal Missions of the Chinese Medical
Association, will speak on "China at
the Crossroads" at 8:30 p.m. to-
morrow at Owen House, 1017 Oak-
land.
In the course of his 17 years as a
resident in China, Dr. Allen learned
diretly the diificult problems now
facing that country. His excellent
personal relationships and friend-
ships among the conflicting parties
in the Chinese civil struggle were
evidenced last spring when he was
chosen to investigate the relief sit-
uation and general conditions in
both Nationalist and Communist
controlled .areas.
His talk will concern the historical
facts behind the present situation,
the reactions of ,the people to it,
present political conditions in China,
and the relationship of the Christian
movement to what. is now happen-
ing.
Harvey Miller, -publicity chairman
for the program, emphasized that
the talk will be open to the public.
He especially urged that co-op house
residents attend.

Navy Recruiters
To Be at Union
Vets Retain Ratings
In Present Program
A U. S. Naval Reserve traveling re-
cruiting unit, interested in enrolling
veterans in the Navy V-6 inactive
duty program, will be open from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. today in the Union
lobby.
Men veterans of all services and
former Waves are eligible to join the
program.
According to Lieut. (jg) J. H. Fa-
ber, officer in charge of the unit, vet-
erans who enroll in V-6 retain the
rate held at discharge. They remain
civilians and cannot be called to ac-
tive duty without their own consent,
except in the event of a nationaal
emergency declared by Congress.
Lieut. Faber stressed to veterans
the importance of insuring their fu-
ture by affiliation with the Naval
Reserve. Eligibility for the Organ-
ized Reserve is requisite upon enroll-
ment in V-6, he said.
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price paid. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
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TWO Experienced Busboys desire part-
time job for meals. write Box 14, Michi-
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RIDE TO PITTSBURGHhor Baltimore,
Christmas 1'olidays. Share expenses,
driving. Contact Michigan Daily, Box 50.
WANTED: Ride to Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 20.
Married couple. Share expenses, reliable
driver. Wendell Jackson, 3560 W-2, 1605
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BILLFOLDS AND POCKET SECRETARIES
CLIPPER RING BINDERS
LAMPS, STATIONERY, ASH TRAYS
BALL & THRASHER
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Sagitta mea toga gratiosa est
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Your best buys in togas (1946 models) are those
summum bonum shirts with the form-fitting

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Pair of red-rimmed glasses in
brown leather case, near Campus last
Tuesday. Phone Ami, Room 5059, Stock-
well, 2-4471. )24
LOST: Friday evening, Nov. 15 at Schwab-
bin's, lady's black belt and black shawl,
Finder please call Vi Koleda, Phone 7621.
25
LOST: Ladies' White Gold Hamilton wrist-
watch, rectangular, link bracelet. In or
near stadium. Reward. Call Nelson, Ypsi-
lanti, 2040. )27
LOST: Rhinestone Bow-Knot Pin, between
Allenel and Union on Nov. 8. Call Vicki,
446 Mosher Hall. Reward. )28
LOST: K & E Log-Log Trig Duplex slide
rule. Name: Robert Angle engraved on
end plate. Please call 2-4401, Room 424
Wenley House. )17
LOST: Lehman High School ring. Please
return toNornanJackson, Business Of-
fice, University Hall. )22
LOST: Parker "51" Pen, grey and gold.
Name engraved. Reward. Sally Ann
Farquhar. 7859. )2
LOST: Brown-Camel-Hair Coat in lobby of
West Quad. Reward Gerald Bowers, Rm.
315 Allen iunsey. Phone 2-4401. )86
LOST: A large pink gold earring in or
around Union Saturday night. Reward!
Dorothy Calhoun, 604 E. Madison, ph.
4489. ) 21
WANTED TO RENT
GRADUATE STUDENT (woman) desires
single room near campus for next sem-
ester. Box 80. )20
ROOM WANTED: TEN DOLLARS reward
for information leading to rental of
room in Ann Arbor suitable for two
veteran students. Contact Box 89, Mich-
igan Daily. )77
WANTED TO RENT: Need a new car? Vet-
eran and wife willing to sacrifice theirs
for information leading to the securing
of a satisfactory apartment by February.
Contact Michigan Daily Box 83. )11
$15 REWARD for information leading to
a single room for the spring and sub-
sequent semesters reasonably near cam-
pus for a male student. Box 4. )9
BUSINESS SERVICES
ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERS
Sales - John Jadwin - Service
855 Tappan Phone 2-7412 or 2-2683
)41
TYPEWRITERS, office machines cleaned,
repaired. Work guaranteed. Three-day
service. Calculators sold and rented.
Pick-up and delivery, Office Equipment
Service Co .,.'11 S. 4th Ave., 2-1213. )26
PHOTOSTATIC COPYING: Discharges,
Drawings, Papers, Enlargements or Re-
ductions. Leave your work at Calkins-
Fletcher, Purchase Radio, Mail or bring
to Technical Photo Service, 917 Sunrty-
side, Ann Arbor. )8e
MIDWAY Bicycle shop, 322 E. Liberty. W6
have rebuilt used bikes for sale. Your
bike can be expertly repaired also. )56
CHUMLEE'S
FREE DELIVERY of your favorite sand-
wiches and beverages. Every day but
Monday. 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. Phone 2-6429.
)8
EXCHANGE
WILL TURN OVER completely furnished
three-bedroom house, good location, for
Xmas vacation, in return for tending
furnace. Call 22085 after 8 p.m. )6
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MISCELLANEOUS
FRENCH TUTORING by Parisienne. Call
Helen Yager, 2-4056, between 6 and 8
P.M. )16
HEPZIBAH: Keep my man. I found more
at the Record Hop Wednesday.
Ann Vi Cry )83
TRANSPORTATION
DRIVING TO CHICAGO Saturday noon.
Returning Sunday afternoon. Can ac-
commodate three passengers. Call 2-6976
after 5 P.M.
YOUNG Married Couple would like to
share expenses on car driving to East
Texas about Dec. 20, return Jan 4. Con-
tact Box 43, Michigan Daily. )12
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5-8 P.M. passing relish tray. Receive
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FOR SALE
BEAUTIFUL HAND-TOOLED Alligator Bag,
envelope style. Brown leather lining,
zipper compartment. Has billfold, mir-
rors, and glove strap. 1514 Metcalf, Wil-
low Run. )23
CARACUL FUR coat in good condition.
Size 12. Slate grey, $60. Please call 3457.
)13
STUDENT found old pen. Wishes to sell
new Eversharp CA below retail. 4211
after 6 P.M. )5
FORMAL wine-colored velvet evening coat,
lined with white silk. Size 16, perfect
condition. Price $12.00. Phone: 8579 af-
ter 6 p.m. )1
FOR SALE: Ovcrcoat, ae 38. Exceptional
condition. $20. Call Bob Greene, 2-1997
today or tonte. )18
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