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IT'S NOT SUPERMAN:
New Navy Jet-Rocket Plane
May Surpass Speed of Sound

By ihA' It oc1ti iaCltf. I 'uCe
LOS ANGELt, Nov. 281 -- A
Iel: - no-l sed jetl-r _ckei+t plali.e lk,.
signed to surpass the speed ofj
sound has been completed by
Dodglas Aircraft Corp. and awaits
its initial test, the Navy an-
nounced today.
The new Skyrocket, which will
Join the Douglas Skystreak in the1
Navy's sonic speed experiment, is1
expected to perform in the 650-I
'750 miles an hour range, the speed
of sound varied from 763 miles an
Radio Rescue'
WillClose II a
The last performances of "Ra-
dio Rescue," a children's play by
Charlotte Chorpenning, will be
given at 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. today
by Speech Department students
at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Tickets will be sold at the Lydia
Mendelssohn box office from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 to 5
p.m. today.

hi-iiV Ot sej, level oi 660 mp b. at
hiilhe altitudes.
The Sky,4reak, t. jet craft,.e1
the official speed record of 650.6
miles an hour last August with a
Marine pilot, Maj. Marion Carl, at
the controls.
While the Skystreak was more
or less a conventionally designed
plane, the Skyrocket is of radical
appearance. Its length is 45 feet
and its wing span only 25, in itself
a sharp departuire from conven-
tional design. Tail and wings are
markedly swept back.
The new plane will be tested at
the Muroc Dry Lake Air Force
Test Center, but the Navy gave no
indication as to when it will be
taken up or who will fly it.
Fuel tanks are accommodated
in the fuselage, rather than the
wings, so the body of the plane is
considerably wider than that of
the thin, tublar Skystreak. The
fuselage tapers down to a needle-
like point in front, and engineers
have dubbed it "the flying sword-
fish."

'ROUND-THE-WORLD FLIERS WELCOMED-T he round-the-world fliers, George W. Truman
(right) and Clifford V. Evans, are given a rousing welcome when they land at Van Nuys, Calif.,
in their light planes two minutes apart at Metropolitan Airport. Evans receives a kiss from Cleo
Moore, "Miss Van Nuys," while Truman, still wearing his stocking cap, looks well pleased with every-
thing.
Commemorative Pamphlet Honors Dutch

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BLACK SUEDE

An eleven-page booklet issued
in commemoration of the 100th
anniversary of the establishment
of a Dutch settlement in western
Michigan shows the clarity and
forcefulness of letters written by
Paulus den Bleyker, one of the
early colonists.
The original manuscripts of
den Bleyker's letters and papers
have been on display at the Michi-
gan Historical Collections, which

issued the booklet under the su- pansion of the original Dutch col-
pervision of its director, Prof. L. onies.
G. Vander Velde. Also commomorating the cen-
Den Bleyker became one of thet
prominent leaders in the Dutch tury of Dutch settlement in Mich-
settlement at Kalamazoo, while igan is the exhibit "The Nether-
Albertus C. Van Raalte, one of his lands and America," now on dis-
intimate correspondents, took an play in the Clements Library.
active role in the development of The display features rare and
the Holland area. The two men valuable editions of Dutch history
invested much time, money, and which have been carefully pre-
effort in the consolidation and ex- served in their original bindings.

FLATTIES
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

0ld Age Study
Undertaken by
'11 Institute
Will1Survey Soeiat1
Social adjustment problems of
older people are now being inves-
tigated by the University's Insti-
tute for Human Adjustment, ac-
cording to Clark Tibbitts, director.
The new research project has
been undertaken to determine
some of the problems older per-
sons face wxhen changing their
employment status, family rela-
tions and associations with
church and social groups.
Problems of older people have
been intensified because of
changing conditions of family liv-
ing, as well as by the fact that the
older portion of the population is
steadily increasing, Tibbitts
pointed out. He explained that in
earlier times family income and
large houses made it more con-
venient for older persons to be
cared for than is possible with the
present pattern of city living, and
with the liabilities of industrial
employment.
Woodrow W. Hunter, assistant
director of the Institute, will di-
rect the research for the project.
A survey of a selected group of
persons above 60 will be carried
out. Personal interviews with the
individuals will be conducted to
obtain a life history of each show-
ing the changing relationship's
with family and society that re-
sult from increasing age.
Information gained in the study
is expected to be of particular help
to middle-aged and older persons
in planning their later years. It
should also be of aid to employers
with positions available for older
persons, and to social agencies,
churches and other organizations
especially concerned with older
people, Hunter said.
Con f eretw es.
Draw Faculty
Meetings Throughout
Nation Cause Exodus
Meetings scheduled to take place
throughout the country will be
attended by members of the Uni-
versity's faculty and administra-
tive staff in the next week.
Four University representatives
will attend the annual meeting o
the National Interfraternity Con-
ference today in New York City.
Dean Erich A. Walter and As-
sociate Dean Walter B. Rea will
represent the University, whil
James E. McCobb and W. Bruce
Lockwood will represent the Mich-
igan Interfraternity Council.
* * -
Prof. Edgar G. Johnston of the
education school will attend meet-
ings of the Middle States Associ-
ation of Secondary Education, to-
day in Atlantic City, and wil
journey to Iowa City Tuesday t
speak on "The Steps in the Sec-
ondary Curriculum" at an admin-
istrative conference sponsored b
the University of Iowa.
* * *
Dr. Fred J. Hodges, chairman o
the department of roentgenology
and Doctors John F. Holt and Ed
win M. Wright, also of the roent-
genology department, will atten(
the Radiological Society meetini

Monday through Friday in Bos
5ton.

MICHIGAN
STUDENTS
Like this pert young
coed know that
lunches and dinners
taste better and
are priced right
at CHANDAN'S.

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at an unusual saving. Swing-Backs - Closed Toes
Closed Heels. A variety of styles to choose from.
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WANTED
AN INDIVIDUAL with interest and ex-
perience in lyric writing please com-
municate with J. Gibson. 7789. )101
NICE GENIAL COUPLE to live Pitts-
field and baby sit 2 1-2 year girl -
spring vacation, April 3 through 12.
Write 2617 Pittsfield Blvd. )87
WANTED TO RENT
STUDENT VETERAN and wife expect-
ing. baby in February, must have
furnished apartment by February.
Phone 5841. Ask for Mrs. Harrison. )15
WANTED: Small apt. or room with pri-
vate entrance for single faculty mem-
ber. Permanent man. Box 35, Mich.
Daily. )5
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Bracelet with ameythsts in sil-
ver leaf-shape settings. Reward. Call
Gladys Smith, Ypsilanti. 9265. )13
LOST: Slide rule. Name and No. inside
case. W. E. Reese, 805-71-40. Call 4442,
702 S. Division. Reward. )9
BLUE OVERNIGHT case with initials
BET, a woman's black velvet suit
jacket and a wedding picture. If
found call 24561. Room 364. Reward.
)33
LOST-Ladies gold Bulova snake-chain
band. Between Library and League.
Call Mickey, 506 Mosher. )10
GRAY Parker 51 lost on Washington
St. 27th, noon. Reward. Pizano 28418.
)18
LOST-Rhinestone bowknot pin. 300 blk
Main St. or State and Liberty on
Nov. 17. Liberal Reward. Phone 2-1120.
)2
LOST: Girls' Bulova wrist watch with
gold chain last Thursday. Call Mosher
Room 527. )40
LOST: P-51 pen with initials "K.R.W."
and 5 in. slide-rule with my name
on it, in Chem Bldg., Wed. afternoon.
Reward. Call Ken Wheeler, Ypsilanti)
921:1 )105

CHRISTMAS TREES
HAND-PICKED evergreens for quality.
Balsam, Spruce, Jack Pine. Special
trees, for special occasions. Call 2-3946
evenings; or write Mr. Thomas, 208
N. Division, Ann Arbor. )38
HELP WANTED
MEN TO CLEAN WALKS after each
snowfall. 406 Packard. Phone 9413.
)84
STUDENT with printing experience
wanted for part time. Phone 8758. )16
STUDENT for part time work at soda
fountain. Swift's Drug Store. Phone
2-0534. 340 S. State St. )17
POSITIONS ARE AVAILABLE in long-
distance operating for which we will
train you. Good starting rate with
steady advancement. Pleasant fellow
operators and many other advan-
tages are yours. Apply at 321 East
Washington. )80
FOR SALE
NEW PORTABLE RADIO. Reasonably
priced. Call 2-1141, leave name -and
number. )27
LADY'S SKI-BOOTS and white hockey
shoe skates, size 7-8. Excellent condi-
tion; reasonable. Also professional
model wood clarinet. Phone 2-2035.
)12
FOR SALE: Leica Camera, Model III
with case. F2 summar lens. Perfect
condition. Sacrifice at $175.00. Value
$225. See it Saturday. Rickoff Apt.
101, 402 S. 4th Ave. )73
ARGYLE BABY booties and socks,
handmade to order. Sizes infant to
three years. Ypsi 3596J4. )78
120 BASS International Accordian. 2
treble and 1 bass shift. Call 2-6989
after 7 p.m. Monday - Thursday. )8
ALL- COLORS, canaries and parakeets,
finches, bird supplies and cages. Mrs.
Ruffins, 562 S. Seventh. )108
COCKER SPANIEL puppies, AKC reg-
istered, 6 weeks old. Reds, blacks,
1638 Tully Court, Willow Village. )7

FOR RENT
DOUBLE ROOM for male students. 6
blocks from campus. 1105 Church St.
Ph. 2-7715. )8t
FOR RENT: Vacancy for 3 men stu-
dents. Call 2-0646 Mus Field.
BUSINESS SERVICES
MEN'S USED CLOTHING BOUGHT and
sold. Sam's Store. 122 E. Washington.
)50
ABSOLUTELY first class work by de-
pendable experienced men. Call now
for pre-holiday decorating. Phone S.
L. Jackson, 7647. )90
HAYRIDES to make reservations. Call
25-7293. )82
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. 'Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A.A. 2-0298. W. O.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
BECAUSE OF AN enlargement in our
personnel, we can now offer prompt
servica on your alterations. railoring,
dressmaking, formal restyling a spe-
cialty. Hildegarde Sewing Shop. 2-
4669. ) 30
TRANSPORTATION
MED STUDENT wants ride toward Den-
ver. Colo., Dec. 19 or 20 and return.
Will share expenses. C. M. Bowen.
Ph. 2-3179. )138
WANTED-Ride to Chicago for 2 pas-
sengers. Must reach Chicago before 3
p.m. Sunday. Call Roma Lipsky,
2-2591. )11
MOVING something west? Will ex-
change use of large trailer for holi-
day rides to Western Iowa. 25-9931.
) 102
RIDE WANTED from Ann Arbor to
Indianapolis or any place between-
Chicago, Fort Wayne, South Bend.
Will share driving and expenses. Must
leave Friday, Nov. 14 after 6 p.m. or
early Saturday morning. Call Dick:
2-2610. )46'

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