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_TIHEMICHIGANDAILY

Scholarship Applications Available Now

Veterans may pick up applica-
tion forms for Bomber Scholar-
ships to be awarded this fall on or
before Sept. 30 in Rm. 205 Uni-
versity Hall, Ivan W. Parker, of
the Scholarship Division, Office
of Student Affairs, announced
yesterday.
The awards, in scholarships of
$100 each, will be made according
to need, character and scholarship
ability after a comparison of can-
didates.
Veterans eligible for the schol-
arships must have served at least

one year in the armed forces dur-
ing World War 11, discounting
time spent in a college training
program. Those eligible must also
have completed the equivalent of
two semesters of credit hours in
an undergraduate school or col-
tege of the University and must
aot have received a degree of any
dind from the University.
Student organizations on cam-
pus raised the $25,000 Bomber
Scholarship fund during the war
to air University veterans whose
:ducation had been interrupted by

the war. Additional groups of vet-
erans have been made eligible for
the awards on a priority basis as
established by the Bomber Schol-
arship Committee in May, 1947.
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A special scholarship has been
created for Canadian undergrad-
uate students who attended the
University at least one semester of
the last school year.
To be known as the Paul J.
Martin Scholarship for Canadian
students, the award will be given
on the basis of need and superior
scholastic achievement. Funds for
the scholarship were donated by
Paul Martin, Canadian Minister
of National Health and Welfare.
Application blanks for the
scholarship may be picked up at
the Office of Student Affairs in
University Hall. Applications must
be returned before Sept. 30, 1947.

Parker Given
Russel Aiward
The 22nd annual Henry Russel
Lecture will be given by Prof. De-
Witt Parker, of the philosophy
department, at 4:15 p.m. Oct. 7 in
Rackham Amphitheatre.
The lecture award is made an-
nually to the University faculty
member making the most signifi-
cant contribution to the advance-
ment of his field of specialization.
Parker was named to the post by
the University Research Club.
An authority in the field of
aesthetics and metaphysics,
Parker has chosen, "The Good,
the True, and the Beautiful" as
his topic.
Parker has been a member of

Educators Will
Attend Meeting
Regents and Trustees of col-
leges from virtually every state in
the union will gather at the Uni-
vesity for a two day meeting Oct.
2.
Members of the Association of
Governing Board of State Uni-
versities and Allied Institutions,
some 200 education officials, are
expected to attend the 25th annu-
al meeting.
The officials will hear a report
compiled by the Very Rev. Charles
McAllister of Spokane, Wash.,
who heads the group. The report
will discuss such items as the
protection of education from po-
litical influences, safeguarding
academic freedom, and methods
of strengthening the cultural and

WorthWaiting
Wym Price of the Congrega-
tional-Disciples Guild worked
at an international Christian
work camp this summer and
as a result had no opportunity
to get his hair cut for almost
three months.
So Wym appeared at the
SRA Retreat with long curley
locks. But Bev Ketchik of the
Newman Club came to the res-
cue with a sharp pair of scis-
sors and set up a barber shop.
Result: Wym got a haircut,
spectators purchased locks for
their lapels and $32.50 was
turned in for CARE boxes for
Europe.

Meat, Butter Prices Decline;
Housewife's Hopes Brighten

(AP) Prospects that the house-
wife's shrunken dollar might grow
a little larger brighter Monday as
the wholesale price decline of
meat, butter and eggs - major
items in the high cost of eating -
carried over into its second week-.
Livestock prices generally held
about steady on the nation's prin-
cipal markets, after nearly a
week-long decline, but grains,
principally wheat, pushed higher
at the major exchanges.
A threat of frost, reports of
good domestic flour business and
indications the commodity credit
corporation was buying cash

wheat for export gave the upward
push to grain prices, following
their sustained collapse last week.
Elsewhere in the cost of living
picture, a cabinet food committee
in Washington agreed in private
on what future food exports to re-
commend to President Truman
and a Congressional subcommittee
in New York heard demands of
four consumer groups for restor-
ing price controls and rationing.
A White House press secretary
said that Mr. Truman will make a
statement on World Food prob-
lems "in a few days."

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Corner Forest and South University
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Service- Quality "Good Food"
"Meet Your Friends at Witham's"
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Beer - Wines - Champagnes

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Revlon - Max Factor - Courtley - Sea forth
Everything-for you-at Witham's
The Students "Drug Mart"
WITHAM'S - South U's Leading Drug Store
S. D. D. for Mich. State Liquor Control Comm.
I.

WANTED-Car in good condition. Any
make, any model, but it must run.
Call 2-0453 for cash deal. )18
FOR RENT
1 ROOM DELUXE APARTMENT, steam
heat, new furniture, gas to cook,
refrigerator, $1250 per week, J. C.
Joseph, phone Brighton 7-1301. ) 6
2-ROOM, well built cottages, insulated.
Indoor toliet and shower, gas to
cook, oil heat, children welcome,
$15.00 per week. Call J. Joseph,
Brighton, 7-1301. )

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Welcome New Students
For 89 Years We Have Catered to
Michigan Students

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Monday, September 15, auto-
matic pencil, matching Parker 51
pen. Silver and black, Also chrome
pencil-light. Reward. Please call 2-
6085.)4
LOST-Saturday morning. Ladies Gru-
en wrist watch. Sweep second hand.
Doesn't run well, but it does help a
poor nurse. Reward. Elinore Shanks,
1006 South Forest, phone 2-5268. )11
HELP WANTED
A RELIABLE, capable girl to take re-
sponsibility in home following re-
turn of mother from hospital Nov.
1-15. Phone 9636 after 6 p.m. )8
PART-TIME JOBS available for stu-
dent waitresses. Apply Chandran's
Cottage Inn, 512 E. William St.
between 1:30-4:30. )1
BABY SITTER-Mon., Wed., Fri. 10-12
a.m., 720 S. State, Apt. 5. Phone
2-2035. )12
SODA BAR
FULL OR PART TIME
Days only. Apply in person. Witham's
Drug. Corner of Forest and South
University. )20
2 Hours a day: 7 days a week. 6 a.m.
to 8 a.m. cleaning of store.
GOOD PAY
Apply in person to manager.
WITHAM'S DRUG CO.
Corner of Forest and So. University
)21
ATTENTION-Former telephone opera-
tors, we have a limited number of
part time jobs to offer. Apply Michi-
gan Bell Telephone Co., 323 E. Wash-
ington St. )22
SALESGIRL WANTED in hosiery de-
partment. Part time. G-I wife. Ring
clear Hosiery. 217 South Main. )23
BABY SITTERS wanted. Call 7253, 6-7
p.m. ) 25
ATTENTION Veterans wives and stu-
dents. Positions now open for wait-
resses. New restaurant, excellent
working conditions. Call at Renton's
4633 Washtenaw Rd., Phone 2845W.
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WANTED TO RENT
VETERAN AND WIFE desperate foi
apartment. Call Wayne 2782W4 col-
lect evenings.
Read and Use
Daily Classifed Ads

NEW STYLES first at Wild's. Tuxedo
shirts, collar attached - pleated
bosoms - French cuffs, $5.50. Wild's,
State Street on the campus. )3
MOVING? Rent big trailers for a dol-
lar at East Ann Arbor Trailer Co.
3304 Platt Rd., 25-9931. )5
RADIOS REPAIRED. Careful work
reasonable prices. Open evenings for
convenience of students. Radio Doc-
tors, 512 E. William, 2-0671. )15
FOR SALE
WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE for sale. Ex-
cellent condition. Call 2-6824. Ask
for Paul. )9
OLDSMOBILE 1940- Tudor Sedan. A-1
mechanical condition, brand new
tires. $1050. Call 8156 after 9 a.m. )10
SLIDE RULE for sale. K & E poly-
phase duplex trig. Plus manual. All
in excellent condition. $10.00. Call
5754. )13
'46 Harley "74" O.H.V. contact Ozzie
Bender, Ypsilanti 9215 after 6 or Box
14 Michigan Daily. .14
MOTORCYCLE, 1947, British 250 C.C.
footshift hydraulic forks, etc. $450.00.
1443 University Terrace, Apt. 831 eve-
nings. )16
TWO MICROSCOPES, Savage 720 shot-
gun for sale. Phone 2-0995. )17
'36 TERRAPLANE SEDAN, appearance
and mechanical condition good.
Ffank Amon, 326 E. Ann after 7 p.m.
)19
TWO MEN'S BICYCLES. Good shape.
Make me an offer. Phone 2-7196. 511
Linden. )24
RARE OLD ITALIAN VIOLIN in per-
fect condition: a prize for a student
making music his vocation. H. S.
Lombard. 7 p.m. 411 Thompson. )26
BIKES-Girl's Raleigh and Man's Haw-
thorne. Reasonable. Phone 2-0706.
) 27
ONE-MONTH OLD light-weight bicycle
with hand brakes for sale. Shape:
excellent. Phone 2-4401, 300 Williams
House. )28
BUESCHER TENOR SAX recently over-
hauled. Call Jack Edman, 2-6860 for
information. )30
MIDNITE BLUE TAILS, worn twice,
size 38. $30. Girl's brown plaid riding
coating, size 12, $7. Matched pair
table lamps, period style. $10. Call
25-9299. )31

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