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PAGE TWO 1,

THE MICHIGAN DA ILY

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1946

Campus Highlights

1

Sphinx To Meet....
Sphinx, junior men's honorary so-
ciety, will hold its first meeting of
the fall semester at 7 p.m. Sunday
in the Union.
The admission of new candidates
to the society will be discussed, and
plans for a dance will be made. All
members, both active and inactive,
are asked to attend,
* * *
OnUZ0C( IUOR .
A convocation for students and
faculty of the~ School of Business
Administrations will be held at 3:3
p.m , Thrsay in the amphitheatre
of the Rackham Building.
A welcoming address will be giv-
en by Dean Stevenson. The meet-
ing will be followed by a Coffee
Hour at 4 p.m. in the Rackham
Assembly Hall.
SRA Launclhes
Fall Program
Of Activities
Continuing its inter-denomina-
tional work, the Student Religious
Association will begin its regular pro-
gram of activities, including a choral
group, coffee hdur and discussion pe-
riods, this week.
The Association, under the leader-
ship of Lyman Legters, president, has
planned a new informal singing or-
ganization as an addition to its usual
weekly schedule. The first meeting
of the Choral Group will be held at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow in Lane Hall.
In order to discuss plans for a semi-
nar on the sociology of religion, the
Inter-Faith Discussion group will
meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Lane
Iall. Allene Golinkin will lead the
discussion.
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven, as well as members of the
Board of Governors of the Association
and their wives, will be guests of
honor at the Association Coffee Hour
at 4:30 p.m. Friday.
The first Luncheon Discussion of
the semester will be held at 12:15
p.m. Saturday, with Betty Lou Zwem-
er as convenor. The discussions will
center around current religious and
ethical books.
In addition to its regular schedule,
the Association presents a series of
lectures each year. The speakers for
this series will be announced at a
later date.
8ackward Airplane Seats
British aircraft manufacturers are
studying the advantages of having
aircraft seats face backward to mini-
mize injuries caused by forced land-
ings.

Deutscher Verein . . ;
All officers of the Deutscher Ver-
ein are invited to attend an informal
cabinet meeting at 7:30 p.m. today
on the second floor of the League..
* * *
Canterbury Clb . . .
Holding its first breakfast meet-
ing ,of the year, the Canterbury
Club will meet tomorrow in the
Student Center, 408 Lawrence, af-
ter the 7:15 a.mn. communion ser-
vice in St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church.
* * *
Guild House Tea ...
The Congregational-DisciplesGuild
will hold a get-together tea from 4:30
to 6 p.m. today in the Guild House,
438 Maynard.
S * * *
Legislature Meets .. .
In order to set up a legislative
schedule for the first meeting of
the Student Legislature, members
of the Legislature whoattended
school during the summer will
meet at 7:30 p.m. today in Rm. 302
in the Union.
The Legislature will convene at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the same
room. Both meetings are open to
the public.

1 2 Geniuses
Now at Large
Suffering through the heat and
other discomforts of summer
school proved profitable to 112
students of the University who
can boast of all-A records for the
summer session of 1946.
Included in the enviable list
released by the Office of the Reg-
istrar yesterday are 74 students
in the literary college, 27 in the
music school, eight in the archi-
tecture school, two in the school
of education and one lone genius
in the public health school.

U' Flying Club
Will Meet To
Elect Officers
The first regular meeting of the
University of Michigan Flying Club,
will be held at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in
1042 East Engineering for the elec-
tion of fall officers.
The Club, which was re-organized
last fall after being inactive during
the war, at present has a member-
ship of approximately 90 members
from a cross-section of the student
body, and owns three two-place
planes, two Aeronca Champions, and
a taylorcraft,
Although at present the mem-
bership is complete, applications may
be filed at any regular meeting.
throughout the year.
Help Wn thePeace

Enrollment in the Reserve Officers
Training Corps will continue untii
Monday, Col. Karl E. Henion, profes-
sor of military science and tactics an-
nounced.
The University ROTC unit is being
greatly expanded, Col. Henion said.
Students in all of the schools and col-
leges of the University are eligible to
take the first two years of military
science, he reported. Col. Henion add-
ed that nine branch units are open to
advanced course students, with it be-
ing possible for the student to select
work closely related to his field of
specialization.
Veteran Benefits
Col. Henion called attention to the
10,713 male veterans in the Univer-
sity who will have several benefits
accruing to them if they enroll for
ROTC training. In addition to $20
per month, veterans who served one
year or more in the armed forces are
given credit for the first two years of
ROTC work and are eligible to enroll
in advanced courses regardless of
their year in the University.
Students in advanced courses of
ROTC receive two hours of credit to-
ward a degree for each semester of
ROTC work.
Uniforms Provided
In addition to the $20 per month,
students in advanced courses are pro-
vided with uniforms. Col. Henion re-
ported that legislation is now being
worked on which would permit an ad-
tlitional allowance in lieu of quar-
ters and uniforms amounting to
$37.50 per month in cash. These pay-
ments would not affect benefits re-
ceived under the G.I. Bill or pensions
from the Veterans Administration,
'Col. Henion said.

BENEFITS TO VETS:
ROTC Enrollment Open Until Monday

The ROTC units which will be ac-1
tive at the University this year are
Infantry, Engineer Corps, Ordnance7
Department, Signal Corps, Quarter-
master Corps, Air Corps, Medical
Corps, Military Police, and Transpor-,
tation Corps, The last four are being
activated at the University for the
first time, Col. Henion said.
The Infantry, Air Corps, and Mili-
tary Police units are open to students
in all schools and colleges. Engineer-
ing students may select also the En-
gineer Corps and the Ordnance De-
partment. Physics majors and elect
Hillel To Ilohd
Jewish New Year services will be
held at 8 p.m. tomorrow and 10 a.m.
Thursday in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre under the auspices of the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation.
Rabbi Herschel" Lymon, who has
succeeded Rabbi Jehudah M. Cohen
as director of the foundation, will
conduct the services with the help of
student cantors Eugene Malitz, Jay
Singer and'Elliot Organic.
Former assistant rabbi at Temple
Beth El, Detroit, Rabbi Lymon as-
sumed his post at the foundation this
summer after having served as an
Army chaplain on Okinawa. His ser-
mon will be on "The New Year: In
Retrospect and Prospect" tomorrow
night and on "Living Courageously"
Thursday morning.
Studen t Directory
Calls for Workers
Work on the Student Director~y
begins this week.
Anyone interested in working on
this publication should coxe to
the Ensian office in the Student
Publications Building at 4 p.m. to-
day or tomorrow.

trical and mechanical engineering
students are also eligible for the Sig-
nal Corps.
Corps Open
The Quartermaster Corps is open
to students in business administra-
tion, engineering, law, and economics
majors. The Transportatioa Corps is.
open to students in business adminis-
tration, engineering, law, and the lit-
erary college. Only medical students
may enroll in the Medical Corps.
Students interested in enrolling in
ROTC should report between 8 a.m.
and 5 p.m. at the Department of Mili-
tary Science and. Tactics, 512 S. State
St.
e "
Umiion Begins
Plans Activitie
The Michigan Union Executive
Council in its first meeting of the fall
semester Sunday determined the
hours for student registration with
the U nion and mapped out prelim-
inary plans for the many activities
that it will govern during the year
The student off ices on the first
floor of the Union will open for regis-
tration from 3 to 5 p.m. every week-
day and from 7 to 9 p.m. today and
Thursday.
New students will receive the offi-
cial Michigan Union pin; all students
will be given the membership card
which is necessary for admission to
Union dances and other activities
and services promoted by the Union.
"It is also important to register
since every semester of residence so
recorded counts toward the eight
semesters' dues required for a life
membership,' Richard Raeder, presi-
dent of the Executive Council, said,

Continuous
from 1 P.M.

COOL!

Concert Series
Tickets Sell 'Out
For the first time since 1919, al
tickets for the Choral Union Series
have been purchased by season tick-
et buyers.
In announcing the complete sell=
out, Charles A. Sink, president of
the University Musical Society, said
that a limited number of standing
room tickets will be placed on sale
before each concert.
Special concerts will be arranged
for those who were unable to obtain
tickets for the series, Dr. Sink said.

Now

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,

House Presidents .. .
Representatives from all men's and
women's residences are to attend a
meeting of house presidents at 4 p.m.
tomorrow in the Grand Rapids Room
of the Michigan league. House pro-
cedure at pep rallies and for Home-
coming will be explained at the meet-
ing, under the direction of Sarah
Jane Stephenson.
I VC Council
lects Baum
Ann Arbor Veteran
Made Committee Head
The Michigan State Executive
Council of the American Veterans
Committee elected Victor Baum of
Ann Arbor chairman of the Veterans
Affairs Committee at its first quar-
terly meeting Sunday at West Lodge,
Willow Village.
P. T. Cochran of Willow Run was
appointed by the council to serve on
the Legislative Committee.
Other committees named by the
president of the council, Robert
Wolpe, were housing, membership,
publicity, finance, education and civic
rights. Committee organization and
public relations were also discussed.
The council was elected by the
delegates of all Michigan AVC chap-
ters at a state constitutional conven-
tion held on Sept. 9 in Detroit.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISIN G

i.

FOR RENT

WANTED TO RENT

Keep a record of
your University life
with snapshots.

FOR RENT: Attractive apartment, will ex-
change for similar in Dayton, Ohio, or
near Wright Field. Phone 5792.

WANT E D

WANTED: Used bicycle, preferably girl's.
Will buy in almost any condition. Call
Rita Jaffe at 6083.
WANTED: Student desk. Call 4211, Allen
Goldstein.
MEN'S USES. CLOTHES wanted. A better
price paid. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St.

GOTTA HAVE: apartment for veteran and
wife. No children, no pets. Until spring
of '48. Will pay 6 months in advance,
Call John Fenner, 7157.
MISCELLANEOUS
C. & M. TRUCKING CO. Trunks, suitcases
and small move jobs Call 21721 for es-
timates.
AVON OFFERS splended opportunity to
earn during the Christmas season just
ahead. Pleasant work, hours to suit your
convenience. No experience needed.
Write Box 59. Michigan Daily.
TENNIS, BADMINTON, SQUASH racquets
restrung. Nylon fob now will be just as
good next spring. Phone 2-7360, Dean
McClusky, 417 8th St.
SEWING: Alterations and repairs on wo-
men'sandgirls' garments. Let me keep
your wardrobe in good repair. Miss Liv-
ingston, 315 S. Division, 2nd floor front.
FREE NOTARIZATION of terminal leave
pay papers for veterans. Rev. David
Blake, 1428 Sudbury, Willow Village.

LOST AND FOUND

Now Playing
"THE POSTMAN ALWAYS
RINGS TWICE"
with Lana Turner - John
Garfield
-and-
"SUNBONNET SUE"
with Phil Regan - Gale Stormj

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WVUERTII
End Tonight
'9INSIDE JOB"
and
"RIO GRAND RAIDERS"
-Starts Wednsday--.
James Stewart
"NO TIME FOR COMEDY"
Plus
"DANGEROUS BUSINESS

LOST: Thursday, heirloom bracelet. Gold
with semi-precious stones, pearls. Sen-
timental value. $25.00 reward. Phone
3366.
LOST: One student veteran football ticket
book, section 26, row 48, seat 11. If
found, return to Registrar's Office.
FOUND: A new raincoat left in a car by
student. Contact The Michigan Daily
for further information.
LOST: Parker "51", grey with silver top.
Lost Sunday in State Theatre. Return
to Robert McColley, Rm 111 Allen Rum-
sey.
LOST: Black indexed address book be-
tween Union and West Engineering.
Reward! Phone 2-1859.
LOST: Black billfold in Chester Roberts.
Reward for contents of billfold. Call
Marjory Hilsanger, 5938.
LOST: Theta Phi Alpha sorority pin set
with pearls. Name on back of pin. Re-
ward. Telephone 6847.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Man's light weight bicycle.
Excellent condition. Call 25208 after 5
p.m., or call at 2105 Jackson Ann Arbor.
MUSIC: As you want it on the portable
electric phonograph. Beautiful tone,
snazzy looks. CallChar lieat 2-4925 for
demonstration.
FOR SALE : One set Dietzgen drawing ini-
struments .See Buzz Galloway, 1004
Oakland Ave.
ENGINEERS DRAFTING instruments. Po-
lar planimeter, proportional1 dividers. All
new. 203 N. Ingalls, evenings.
FOR SALE: Three-speed Schwinn man's
bicycle, excellent condition. Apt. 7, Vet-
erans' Housing Project, corner of Hill
and 5th Ave. after 5:30 p.m.
DRAWING SET FOR SALE. Call Bob Foote
-2-2565,

YouBwill find a complete
ne of photographic supplies Also
one block from campus PETE SMITH
Sr. Cantuaria Guimares, federal in- 605 Church. BACALL TO ARMS
spector of immigration for Brazil will
visit Ann Arbor Thursday, accompan-
ied by the district director of immi- WORLD NEWS
gration from Detroit, Mr. Adcock.
Sr. Guimares will meet Brazilian ROY J. PURCHASE Coming Sunday
students at the Tea at the Interna- RADI & CAMERA
tional Center. Photographs will be
taken of Guimares and the Brazilian SHOP
students which will be presented to I.S.S
the President of Brazil...- - ________®_________.
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H ELP WANTED

EXPERNENCED DISH-WASHER NEEDED:
Hours 11:30-1:00 six days per week.
Good pay. Elks Club, phone 2-1813.
NO LINES! Delicious home cooked meals
in return for services as waiter or dish-
washer at Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity.
Apply: Steward 1811 Washtenaw Ave.
or phone 4211.
MAGAZINE EDITOR is seeking secretary
proficient in shorthand and typing. 40-
hour week. Call 7205 for interview.
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Typewriters of all

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TODAY and WEDNESDAY

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repaired

Orglers now being taken for CORONA PORTABLES

Correspondence Stationery

Loose Leaf Notebooks

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