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BABY CONTEST:
Harried 'Ensian Staff Leaves.
DiaperDifficulties to Parents

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

By CRAIG WILSON
Even without parental diaper
troubles, the Michiganensian baby
ontest managers have their
troubles.
Anxious mothers and proud pa-
pas from Willow Village to the U'
Editor T1 Talk
In Journalism
Speech Series
Students will have a first hand
opportunity to get the newspaper
viewpoint of international politics
when James S. Pope, managing
editor of the Louisville Courier-
Journal, will give the sixth in a
series of University journalism
lectures on "The Newspaper in
World Affairs" at 8 p.m. tomor-
row in the Kellogg Auditorium.
An informed student of the in-
ternational scene, Pope was the
first newspaperman to receive a
travel fellowship from the Rosen-
Wald Foundation. He toured Eng-
land, Scotland and France in 1937
writing daily travel articles and
gathering information about the
relationship of the English press
and the British Government.
The last lecture of the semester
will bring to Ann Arbor Paul
Shinkman, news commentator and
former foreign correspondent, and
Hamilton Cochran of the Satur-
day Evening Post who will speak
to journalism students Friday.
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1 Terrace apartments are begging
'Ensian photographers to snap
pictures of their tots before it is
too late. But 'Ensian darkroom
men are caught in the whirlwind
of last-minute cramming for fi-
nals, according to Bob Knecht.
'Ensian contest supervisor.
"We will get around to every-
one who has a request in," Knecht
said wearily.
Exactly 100 entrants have raised
other problems for the already
harried staff. Judging the five
"most beautiful and photogenic"
is going to be a problem.
"They are all dolls. I'm glad we
don't have to judge them our-
selves. We could judge some of
them better in twenty years,"
Knecht commented.
Faced with such an onslaught
of infant pulchritude, the judges,
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven, Dr. Margaret Bell of the
Health Service, Ann Gestie and
Bill Pritula, have only a few days
to decide the five finalists. Pic-
tures will be shown them Wednes-
day, with the announcedent of
the five expected Friday.
The finalists will converge at 3
p.m. Saturday on the Willow Vil-
lage Community Center for the
grand prize judging. The judges
will award five 1948 'Ensians to
winners in each age bracket. See-
ond and third prize ribbons will
also be presented in each group.
. Tea and cake will be served, and
the 'Ensian has invited all con-
testants and parents to attend.
Student Wives' Meeting
The Student Wives' Club of Wil-
low Village will hold their regular
meeting today.
New officers will be elected and
a bridge party will be held..

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angeli Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays).
Notices

before thle \veekenud to secure ai
written permission slip to present
to her own housemother. This ap-
puies only to overnight permissian
to stay in :l men's tesidt-il.
Lat ji-mIissioii: Women sk~
(lent.' haw 4 a.nh pernission the
iiorn I ll ' of 10ebritary 7 "t r(L 8.

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 13,
VOL. LVIII, No. 82

1948)

Student Tea: President and
Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to
students Wednesday afternoon,
Jan. 14, from 4 to 6 o'clock.
University Senate: A special
meeting of the University Senate
is being called for Monday, Feb..
16, 4:15 p.m., Rackham Amphi-
theatre, for the consideration of
matters which were postponed
from the agenda for the meeting
of December 8, 1947.
Faculty, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts: .February
Faculty Meeting will be held at
4:10 p.m., Rm. 1025, Angell Hall',
February 9, instead of February 2.
College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts: Classes will be held
at regular hours through January
17.
All students: In order to regis-
ter for the second semester it will
be necessary for each student to
show his identification card at
Waterman Gymnasium.
Students who do not now pos-
sess an identification card may
receive special permission by ap-
plying at the Student Affairs Of-
fice, Rm. 2, University Hall (See
Mrs. Carnelia Sowers). Applica-
tions should be made before Janu-
ary 30.
Women students: Regarding J-
Hop weekend overnight permis-
sion. Any woman student invited
to be an overnight guest at a
house party in a men's residence
is instructed to call in person at
the Office of the Dean of Women

Student groups wishing to have
parties J-Hop weekend are in-
structed to secure regular ap-
proval from the Office of Student
Affairs.
Arrangements for house parties
on J-Hop weekend involving wom-
en overnight guests must also be
approved by the Office of the
Dean of Women.
Veterans attending school un-
der Public Law 16 are reminded
that reports of absence for the
Fall Semester are due the first
day of the final examination pe-
riod, Jan. 19. Absence report cards
may be mailed or brought to the
Veterans Service Bureau, Rm.
1514, Rackham Bldg.
When no report is on file, the
veteran's records are incomplete
and leave cannot be approved un-
til a statement from the institu-
tion is obtained by the student
certifying the amount of absence
charged to him.
February Graduates: Announce-
ments for seniors graduating in
February, 1948. will be available
at 10 cents each, Mon. thru Wed.,
Jan. 12-14, University Hall.
Student Loan Prints: Students
are reminded that the Student
Loan Prints are to be returned
to Rm. 206, University Hall Jan.
12 thru Jan. 16. A fee of five
cents will be charged for each
day the picture is held after Jan.
16.
Feb. 2 thra Feb. 6, a representa-
tive of each print will be on ex-
hibit in Alumni Memorial Hall.
The prints will be reassigned to
the students between Feb. 9 and
11. Students are again reminded
to bring full identification with
them and the rental fee of 50
cents for the semester.

Students Planning to do Direct-
ed Teaching: Students expecting
to (do directed teaching for the
Second011I'a-Ly-scool c'er'tIifcate inilthe
Univer..Its F~Elentary S:itv cliool
This~., Jal. 15. ancording to t he'
following schedule:
English, 8:30-9:30.
Sctince and Mat hem aties,,
10:30-11:30.
12:00.
AUl foreign languages, 11:30-
All others, and any having con-
flicts at sheduled hours, 2:00-
3:00 or by appointment.
Seniors: Senior Candidates for
the following positions on the
Senior Ball Committee must leave
statement of qualifications at the
Information Desk, Office of Stu-
dent Affairs, by Wed., Jan. 14. In-
dicate position desired. General
Chairman, Tickets, Publicity, Dec-
orations, Patrons and Programs,
Orchestra, Building, Refresh
ments, and Finance.
Recreational Lbadership, Woln-
en Students: Upperclasswomen
may apply for the course in Rec-
reational Leadeship offered by the
Department of Physical Education
for Women on Fridays, 3-5 p.m.
during the second semester. Appli-
cation blanks may be obtained in
Room 15, Barbour Gymnasium
and must be returned by January
16.
Students Concentrating in Eng-
lish:
There is now available in the
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts a Lumcinda Goodrich
Downs Scholarship for a student
concentrating in English who
gives evidence of superior ability
in that field and who is in need of
financial assistance. This scholar-
ship will be awarded for the sec-
ond semester, 1947-48. Applica-
tion blanks may be obtained now
in Rm. 1220, Angell Hall and
should be returned to that office
by February 21.
Bureau of Appointments, 201
Mason Hall:
Kimberly-Clark Corporation has
openings for young women cap-
able of filling positions of Sanita-
tion Hygiene Technician.-in their
Lakeview Mill at Neenah, Wis. A
person who has had bacteriology,

maIhematics, and reiated courses
is preferred. Application blanks
niar be obtained at the fBureau
't- le r tiuhn('ui 1n.i lau
is suffic jena i pearsn Ii s l'ai
suffiient c iotses in bacteriology.
Tobe-(oburn School for F ashion
Careers is offering 3 F,-iiain Fel-
lowships to senior oiien grad
eating in 1948. Application blanks
may be obtained at the Bureau.
Closin'( date,.Jan. 30.
The Girl Scouts, Pontiac, Mich.,
will interview here on Friday, Jan.
16, for a field director. Applicants
should have some scouting experi-
ence.
Survey Work: We have a re-
quest for young men to do sur-
vey work, full time, for 6-8 weeks
in the Detroit area. Men should
be specializing in the fields of
psychology, sociology, business ad-
ministration, and labor relations.
Complete details may be obtain-
ed at the Bureau.
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THE DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH
presents
PLAY PRODUCTION
in
Shakespeare's Pastoral Comedy
Ifr*ike 4)t"
Wed. through Sat. - Jan. 14-17
8:00 P.M.
Tickets $1.20 - 90c - 60c (tax incl.)

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Box Office Open Daily - Phone 6300
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater

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MUSICAL
SUPPLIES
REEDS-STRINGS
We carry VAN DORN REEDS
Complete
Musical Repair
PAUL'S
MUSICAL REPAIR
309 E. Washington Ph. 8132

SERVING HOURS:
11 A.M.-1:30 P.M. 5-7 P.M.
"Known for Good Food"
The TAVERN
CAFETERIA
336 Maynard Street

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START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT
"IT'S A DATE!" NITE
ANN' ARBOR'S SOCIAL GUIDE
presents
The MICK EY M ICHAE LS QUARTET
for week-end dancing
at
SMITH CATERING
Corner of Green and Davis
Admission This and every Friday
1.20 per couple and Saturday, 9-12

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

TONIGHT at8:30 P.M.
Your Chance To See
"INSIDE RUSSIA TODAY"
with
ULIEN BRYAN
One Hour and Twenty Minutes
of Motion Picture in Color,
Superb films made in 1947 on his 9th trip since 1930 to
the Soviet Union. He spent three months of the harsh
Soviet winter observing the work of UNRRA. Collective
farms - Churches and Synagogues - Bombed-out Fac-
tories - Ruined Universities Russian Home Life -- All
Come to Life Under His Magic Camera.
A "MUST" IF YOU WISH TO KNOW AND
UNDERSTAND THE SOVIET UNION TODAY
Tickets 1.20 - 90c - 60c (tax icl.)
Box Office Open Today 10-1, 2-8:30 P.M.
1947-48 LECTURE COURSE - HILL AUDITORIUM

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WANTED
WANTED-Typewriter. Portable or up-
right. 1716 Monson Ct., Willow Run
Village. )44
NEED BADLY. Trade Friday night
J-Hop ticket for Saturday night. Call
20414, 6-7 p.m. )4
WANTED-6 waiters to work for meals
and 75c per hr. over J-Hop weekend.
Phone Crawley at 4141. )54
GRADUATE STUDENT, wife and child
desperately need furnished apt. In
or near Ann Arbor. write Box 47. )9
FOR SALE

HELP WANTED
SODA FOUNTAIN: Help wanted for
night work. No Saturdays or Sun-
days. Alexander Drug Store. )6
WANTED: Responsible women to come
care for 16-month old by Mon.,
Fri., 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. forispring se-
mester. Write Box 50, The Michigan
Daily. )17
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING, 25c a page. Free pick-up
and delivery. Phone 4471. )2
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A.A. 2-0298. W. O.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Half of suite for girl
student. Phone 2-0366. )56
DOUBLE ROOM, male students, near
campus. No smoking, quiet. 319 E.
Jefferson St. 2-1859. )14
FOR RENT: To quiet young man.
Large front room, double wardrobe.
Private family within walking dis-
tance of campus. Write to Box 50 )39
MISCELLANEOUS
THE NEW YORK Herald Tribune is
fine. A. J. Leibling thinks so. )53

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Hot Rolls Salad
$1.00
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BOX LUNCH
SERVICE
4 P.M. until 2 A.M. Daily
12 noon until 11 P.M. Sunday
WE DELIVER
Phone 2-7171

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isn't hopeless if you call Mr. Mauldin at the Music
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your radio as good as new again.
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