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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FULL SCALE MANEUVER:
Dean ParkerCompletes Plans
For Orientating New StudentsI
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By WALTER DEAN
Like a strategist preparing his
battle plans, Ivan W. Parker, as-
sistant to the Dean of Students, is
putting the finishing touches on
his blueprint to meet the on-
slaught of some 600 new students
who will invade the campus next
wek.
Parker is replacing Prof. Philip

Pictures ...0

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pictures. Color pictures sell at 75c
each.
As a result of the controversy
Harold Goldfeder, '49, an ac-
quaintance of Bob Gach, declared
he would ask the Student Legis-
lature to "keep an eye" on student
dance committees intrusted with
making agreements of this kind.
Goldfeder charged that the J-Hop
committee was "terribly ineffi-
cient" in letting the picture con-
tract.
Continuous from 1 P.M.
Y -- Starts Today
ILONA MASSEY
NESON EDDY'

E. Bursley, counsellor to new stu-
dents, who formerly took charge
of the orientation program.
His job will be to see that the
orientation groups go smoothly
and rapidly through the program,
which will consist of audiometer,
health and x-ray exams, as well
as academic counselling, classifi-
cation, registration and other fea-
tures of orientation.
To facilitate this as much as
possible, individual appointments
have been made at each station
for each group, Parker explained.
All this is then put -on a master
chart, so that it is.possible to tell
at a glance where any group is,
or will be at any time.
Incoming students have already
been mailed informative literature
of many kinds including a map of
the campus area. It is expected
they will be sufficiently familiar,
with the locations of the buildings
to be able to report to Waterman
Gym Monday, Feb. 2, where they
will meet their respective group
leaders and complete their formal
itnroduction.
Fac-lty Members
To Edit.journal
Two University faculty mem-
bers are serving on the editorial
staff of a new international medi-
cal publication, the "Excerpta
Medica," a monthly journal con-
taining abstracts and translations,
into English of all available liter-I
ature on medicine.
The two Michigan editors are
Dr. Elizabeth C. Crosby, professor
of anatomy, and Dr. Maurice H.
4.eevers, professor of pharmacol-
'gy and associate dean of the
Medical School.
MUSICAL
SUPPLIES
REEDS-STRINGS
We carry VAN DORN REEDS
Complete
Musical Repair
PAUL'S
MUSICAL REPAIR
309 E. Washington Ph. 8132

IDr. HaTyakaLA LL A L L AI
Atac's Worf Offiials Snow4
lutolerance Rose' Bow~ I Mov
By II AVS W AGNER By FRAN ICKI
I ycorrect icI Wtif ication of The Alumni Association and iei
words with objects is one of theatlidepartmntiaffil:
causes of racial prejudice. Dr. S. have their hands full showi
II. Hayakawj. noted semanticist. Rose flox! movies - heir four
old the speech assembly in Ra('k- copies of the films alrnad have
ham Lecture Hlail yesterdayv at- been sciediulod 101r 8§5 shOWinls.
ternoon. In the Alumni associaliOn. T.
Identification, he pointed out, Hawley Tapping. Robert 0. Mor-
means that a particular individual gan, Waldo Abbot. Jr.. andi Harold
reacts the same way whenever a Wilson are traveling all over the
certain word is mentioned. He state and the Midwest showing
cited the case of a man who their two copies to alumni groups.
"blows his top every time Socialist Morgan alone has 15 film presen-
is mentioned no matter inwhat tations scheduled before Jan. 31.

Fd I ider LB
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six Olin11, ( ce av led
ald mCr 1) pre.entalons.
01 'li als beliex t the (lemnald for
howings of I lie films will coi-
tI'ue unabated all year andi weh
into tin' next football seasoii.

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Joain Leslie

-- Louis Hayward

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PROFESSOR WALTER F. COLBY (left) just after receiving
the Medal of Freedom from Colonel Karl E. Henion on behalf
of the Army. Prof. Colby was cited for rendering "exceptionally
meritorious service" while acting as a liaison officer during the
war.
Democrats Hold Chicken Fry
The Washtenaw County Demo- gathering which represented the
cratic Chicken Fry got under way initial county meeting for this
this week at a local restaurant to
the tune of "The Ballad of the years Democratic political activi-
Bouncing Budget" and "Money, ties, Tom Walsh, publicity chair-
Money, or What's in a Wallet?" man for the County Democratic
The lyrics were featured at a Steering Committee, announced.
Classified Advertising
WANTED TO RENT PERSONAL
TWO SOBER Ph.D. candidates need A HAPPY BIRTHDAY to "Bathless"
apartment or double for two-three Beth. Art, Dick, Mac. )82
years. Willing to redecorate. Donald - -"--"---
Pelz. Phone days 3-1541 ext. 589, eve- THE NEW YORK Herald Tribune is
nings 2-2181. )47 likely. More than can be said 0o' en-
gineers. )81
WANTED TO RENT a garage-Student
wishes to rent garage quarterly to T
park his auto, not to house him- TIO
self. Call Jack, 120 Adams House,
2-4401. )46 DRIVING to Niagara Falls on 26th. Re-
turning 3 February. Two passengers
wanted. Contact Harry R. Corey, 33
Hayten House, East Quad. )83
FOR RENT-Half of suite for girl
student. Phone 2-0366. )56 HELP WANTED
BUSINESS SERVICES SECRETARY to magazine editor. Dicta-
SEWING, DRE$SMAKING, alterations tion and variety of duties. Campus
and repairing. Prices reasonable. area. Call 7205 for interview. .)53
Miss Livingston. 315 South Division. HELP WANTED: Young lady to work at
)45 soda fountain. Full or part time.
TYPING, 25c' a page. Free pick-up Swift's Drug Store. 340 S. State.
and delivery. Phone 4471. )2 2-0534. )39
rOOVER SPECIALIST SERVICE and WAITERS WANTED for J-Hop. Seven
sales Buy through Goodyear store. men. Contact Bill Wake.. 2-3143. 604
For service call A.A 2-0298 W O. South State. )35
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn. Ann Aibor.)32 SODA FOUNTAIN: Help wanted for
BECAUSE of an enlargement in our night work. No Saturdays or Sun-
personnel, we can now offer prompt days. Alexander Drug Store. )6
service on your alterations. Tailoring WANTED: Responsible women to come
dressmaking, formal restyling a spe- care for 16-month old baby Mon.,
cialty. Hildegarde Sewing Shop, 2- Fri., 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. for spring se-
4669._ _ _ )30_ master. W rite Box 50, The Michigan
WANTED Daily. )17
TRADE TIES: Don't discard good neck- FOR SALE
ties. Someone will like them. Get a- ---- - - -
change. Swap colors. Send 6 plus $1, BICYCLE: $20. Man's balloon tire, new
receive six others freshly cleaned and saddle, new chain. 1449 University
pressed. Trade Ties. Box 310, Salem, Terrace. Apartment 921. )1
Indiana. )9 ---
SET OF TAILS with vest. Good con-
WANTED TO EXCHANGE Friday J-Hop dition. 38 long. Phone 9692. 710 Mc-
ticket for Saturday ticket. Call Chuck Kinley. Don Miller. )5
at 2-7409. )50--
HOUSEHOLD goods for sale: Fine se-
WANTED TO RENT-Will trade un- lection of assorted china, kitchen-
furnished apartment in Ann Arbor ware, small furniture, drapes, appli-
for unfurnished apartment or house ances, etc. for sale to lighten load
in or near Detroit. Phone 2-6192. )25 on moving day. 1299 Malden Court,
- Willow Run. Ypsi 2-9365. )41
WANTED-Typewriter. Portable or up- Wi owRunYsi -93J5.)4
right. 1716 Monson Ct., Willow Run xCANARIES, Parakeets. Lively colorful
Village. )44 finches and love birds. Bird supplies.
NEED BADLY. Trade Friday night 562 South Seventh. Phone 5330. )108
J-Hop ticket for Saturday night. Call CARDIGAN JACKET-Medium brown,
20414, 6-7 p.m. )4 42R. Like new. Ph. 2-4401, 20 Chi-
WANTED--6 waiters to work for meals cago House.)7
and 75c per hr. over J-Hop weekend. FORl SALE-Two sets of tails, size 38
Phone Crawley at 4141. )54 and 39. Call 5293. )24
LOST AND FOUND FOR SALE: Tuxedo, single breasted,
size 37L, very reasonable price. Phone
LOST-Silver Thorens lighter, initials Ray 2-7715. )60
G. W. Reward. Call1381 Jordan Hall
2-4561. )63 DOUBLE-BREASTED TUXEDO Size 37.
__ _ _ _ _ _$25. Jim Sakai, 2-5644. 12 to 1 or leave
UNFINISHED ARGYLE socks lost-Sur- message. )62
prise birthday present for brother.
Three months work. Call Fern 2-5184. FOR SALE--1940 Chevrolet 5 passen-
)61 ger coupe. Very good mechanical con-
dition, clean inside. Original paint.
LOST: Brown leather billfold . . . 1389 Oakham Ct. Willow Run. )64
contains valuables and identification
. . . reward . . . call 2-2675, Ted SAXOPHONE, E flat Buescher. Gold
Oleksy. )3 lacquer, excellent condition. Call
4494. Ask for Tom. )65
FOUND in Student Publications Build-
ing-three keys on chain with small FOR SALE-Used RCA table radio with
fountain pen As Mary or Ronnie at attached manual phonograph. Phone
Daily desk. )80 7817. )66
DESPERATE-Lost brown paper folder PILOTUNER F.M. tuner-brand new,
containing class notes and papers. HQ29X communications receiver, 419
Exams coming. Call Vi 2-8410. )23 Adams, West Quad, 24401. )55
LOST: Near State Street. Small gold TYPEWRITER for sale, completely
ornament with compass. Liberal re- Overhauled. Ph. 20601 after 6. )52
ward. Mrs. Cockrell. Speech Clinic.
)70 FOR SALE: Remington noiseless type-
writer, portable used. Asking price
LOST: Silver watch. Bancor. Swiss $65. Write or stop by 1036 Revere
make with silver watch band. Call Ct. Willow Run. )40
24401, 313 Wenley. Reward. )33

FOR SALE: Tuxedo, size 37, cheap. Like
LOST: Sunday, Jan. 11 between Jor- new. Call 2-4591, 215 Prescott. )36
dan and Hill Auditorium, silver fili-
gree bracelet with green stones. 559 SET OF TAILS. Size 37. Good condi-
Jordan. Call 24561. )51 tion. $30. Original price $55. Call 4183.
)29
LOST-Pair of glasses-brown leather
case. Between State Theatre and MUST SELL size 38 tails. Excellent
Main Library, 5:30-6:00 p.m. Friday, condition. $25 takes tails, dress shirt,
Jan. 9; Letica Samtos ,1316 Hill St. vest and collars. Phone Ypsi 3143-J1
9470. )43 collect. )34
FOUND: On Tappan Sunday. One A BARGAIN: $225 pair of binoculars
man's pigskin glove. Thursday one (7x50) with cqe and carrying straps
silver bracelet. Call 9032. )43 for only $125. Call 2=7877. )42

connection," because the man
had- unconsciously narrowed the1
interpretation of the word Social-
ist.
"It is the work of the general
semanticist to use systematic dis-
cipline to get rid of the identifi-
cation reaction," he asserted. "The
fact that we are able to differen-
tiate between situations, should
influence us to behave like hu-
mans."
Dr. Hayakawa observed that
while communication, which is so
important in verbal transmission,
is being constantly improved; vir-
tually nothing is being done to im-
prove the receiving sets of th lis-
teners, who elieve too much of
what they hear.
He mentioned the radio listeners
who send wedding gifts to fictional
"soap opera" characters. "If radio
and television are made even more
realistic," Dr. Hayakawa ob-
served," "the identification reac-
tions will become more and more
stupid."
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We print 'em all,
No job too large or small.
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Stationery - Announcements ,
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('amp Fire Girls Too
The athletic department also
has been deluged with phone calls
and letters from all kinds of or-
ganizations. Bennie Oosterbaan,
who is in charge of the films, has
been invited to pr'esent and com-
ment on the movies by factory
recreation centers, church father
and son banquets, the Boy Scouts
and Campfire Girls.
Though only accepting requests
of alumni groups and high-school
football teams, Oosterbaan and
Although fish produce thou-
sands or even millions of eggs
every year, only one or two of
the offspring may live long
enough to reach full reproductive
maturity, according to the Ency-
clopedia Britannica.

YOUR FIGHT
Contributions to the annual
March of Dimes each January
15-30 ndhke it possible for the
National Founda-
tion for Infantile
Paralysis and its
local county chap-
ters to continue
the battle against
polio.
Chapters of the
National Founda-
tioniserving the
nation's 3,069
counties are manned and as-
sisted by more than 60,000 vol-
unteer workers from all walks
of life who devote their time
and effort to providing essen-
tial services to all infantile pa-
ralysis victims - regardless of
age, race, color or creed.
The fight against infantile
paralysis is your fight. Join the
1948 March of Dimes today!

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