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NO MORE FRENZY:
Grad Student Compiles
List of ReliableTypists
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By FRAN IVICK
Something has finally been done
about the periodic student frenzy
to have papers typed.
Impressed with the mental
strain of a friend who didn't know
whether he would graduate be-
cause of the dilatory typist whom
he employed, Donald D. Tewes,
grad, has compiled a partial list of
dependable typists in Ann Arbor.
After having the list mimeo-
graphed at his own expense,
Tewes distributed copies to the
various University libraries. There,
Tewes hopes, they will be consult-
ed by students who might other-
wise hastily employ the first typist
they heard of, sight unseen and
with no recommendations.
List Compiled
Tewes took a number of weeks
to complete the list. "I first con-
sulted faculty members and' gradu-
ate students for their suggestions
on good typists," he said. "Then I
went into receipt files of the Vet-
erans' Administration, and found
typists who had had much pat-
ronage. I called their customers
and determined from their reports
who should be added to my list."
Emphasizing that his list was
private and non-commercial,
MICIfIICAN
Ending Today
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Tewes said, "Because a typist's
name is not on this list doesn't
mean that he isn't any good. If
someone wants his name put on
the list, and can get customer rec-
ommendations, I'll be glad to add
his name."
High Fees Excluded
Information on rates and prep-
aration of the manuscript previous
to typing was obtained from the
typists themselves. Tewes exclud-
ed from his list any typist whose
rates were exorbitant, or whose
work was inaccurate.

te
City 11eat
One of the high-powered spot-
lights near the top of the First
National Building, downtown,
tumbled 100 feet and almost to
the sidewalk early yesterday under
the strain of March winds.
Ann Arbor's Junior Chamber of
Commerce has completed its
Friendship Caravan Drive to col-
lect and distribute food to 11
French cities.
Michigan's conquering Wolver-
ines added their bit to the 300,000
cans of food collected in Ann Ar-'
bor through the showing of the
Rose Bowl movies in Hill Audito-
rium.

'U' To Send 3
To UN Parley
j Delega tes Will Attend
Assembly in Chicatgo
Three students will represent
the University next weekend in
Chicago at the National Intercol-
legiate Assembly of the United Na-
tions.
Jack Fritz will be sent by the
speech department, and Bill Mil-
ler by the Studqnt Legislature.
Irwin Robinson will represent the
political science department, with
financial support from the United
World Federalists.
The University will take the
part of Brazil at the conference,
which is sponsored by the Univer-
sity of Chicago. Delegates here
were chosen by a three-man fac-
ulty board, atuthe request of the
Student Legislature.

Mexico faces invasion-by an
army of one University professor
gallantly armed with a sharply-
pointed brush and a rainbow of
water-color paints.
Prof. George Miksch Sutton, cu-
Mrs. Everett's
Death Mourned
University faculty circles today
are mvourning the death of Mrs.
Nora Everett, 73, who died Monday
in Kalamazoo after a long illness.
Mother of Dr. Franklin L. Ever-
ett, associate professor in the Uni-'
versity Engineering School, Mrs.
Everett was well known in Ann Ar-
bor. A lifelong resident of Michi-
gan she attended the University at
the turn of the century and had
made her home in Kalamazoo for
the past 34 years.

rator of birds at the University
Museum, is the hopeful conqueror
who plans to capture all the 600
species of Mexican birds and
chain them permanently to his
painting board.
Costs 250 Plates
The completed job will cost 250
color plates, Prof. Sutton esti-
mates. So far he has 50 22x29-
inch pictures completed, a great
heap of notes to sort out and two
books on the subject, all done
after five forays south of the bor-
der.
More expeditions down Mexico
way are contemplated by Prof.
'Sutton whose enthusiasm for the
monumental task is growing to in-
clude even a life history of all
Mexican birds in several volumes.
In Audubon's Boat
When the great task will be
completed and the birds of Mex-
ico are freed from Prof. Sutton's

GOING AFTER THE BIRDS:
Gallant Oee-IMan Invasion of Mexico Outlined

eagle-eye and lashing brush-
strokes cannot be predicted. The
curator finds himself in the same
boat as John J. Audubon who con-'
quered American birds in a mere
40 years and then had to peddle
hi pa'intngs door-to-door.
"If I can't get it published any
other way." Prof. Sutton com-
mented, "I'll solicit subscriptions
like Audubon.",
Audubon's five-volume "Ameri-
can Ornithological Biography,"
supported by 435 color plates, was
published just four decades after
the immortal painter settled on a
farm near Philadelphia in 1798 to
begin his water-color campaign.

Mystery Will
Unravel on Air
A campus mystery will be un-
raveled on today's "Journal of the
Air" at 6:15 p.m. over WHRV,
when Matt. Mann II and Matt
Mann III take to the airwaves to
explain what happened to Matt
Mann I.
Also featured on this all-stu-
dent program will be a story on
the development of a newspaper
story, a story on bubble gum and a
travelogue on Egyptian civilization
2000 years ago.
This weekly program is directed
by Jim Schiavone. Today's script
was written by Dick Maloy, Myron
Marx and Jim Lee.

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TRANSPORTATION
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over spring vacation. Share expenses.
Call 2-2095, between 7-8 p.m. )19
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Black Sheaffer pen; silver top
and gold band. Lost between Angell
and Jordan. 593 Jordan. )21
LOST: Black Sheaffer fountain pen
with gold trim. Monday in Swift's.
Finder call 2-4471, Rm. 5504. )22
LOST-Maroon Eversharp pen with gold
top. Call Tom Cramer. 4183. )17
SILVER CIGARETTE CASE lost Friday,
March 12, near League. Monogram
JRC in corner. Finder please call
John Carnes, 8257. )15
LOST last week, "Clebar" wrist watch.
Reward. .247 Hinsdale, phone 2-4591.
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1306 Wells. )3
LOST: Heavy brown rimmed glasses
near E. Me cifctor in WRV. Bill Hale,
1466 Lenoxc WRy.. )97
REWARD for Grana watch lost near
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FOR RENT
WILL exchange low rental 2% room
apt. 2 blocks from campus for 4 or 5
room house or apt. Phone 2-7414. )78
SHARE pleasant double room one block
from campus. Business woman or
graduate. 714 F. Universiy. )92j
BUSINESS SERVICES
WATCH REPAIR-Done by an expert
with years of experience. A. Spring.
Jeweler, 221 S. 4th Ave. Phone 4834.
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TYPING: Theses, term papers, ad-
dresses. Duplicating: notices, form
letters, programs. A2 Typing Serv-
ice, 208 Nickels Arcade, Ph. 9811. )28
THINK OF HILDEGARDE'S when you
think of spring. Let us give your last
year's wardrobe that new look. Alter-
ations a specialty with prompt serv-
ice. Custom clothes and re-styling.
Hildegarde Shop, 109 East Washing-
ton, Telephone 2-4669. )87
DRESSMAKING and alterations. Ex-
pert work at reasonable prices. Mrs.
L. Ringnen, 2-2604. )82
HELP WANTED
A PROGRESSIVE COMPANY
that is well established in this ter-
ritory and is expanding into new
fields needs a dependable man be-
tween the ages of 25 and 35 to in-
stall and service milk bottle capping
equipment in dairies in Indiana,
Ohio and Michigan,
Will receive training in the fac-
tory how to install equipment and
how to conduct informal discus-
sions with dairy personnel on a
sales promotion program Should be
able to meet the public and give a
convincing demonstration of the
product. Can be single or married
and need not own an automobile al-
though he will be on the road much
of the time.
Write a letter to Box 100 at the
Michigan Daily, gving full details
of educational background, past
business experience, and references.
WANTED-Boy for kitchen work, wash
dishes during lunch and dinner. Re-
ceive three meals a day. Must be thor-
ough. Call 7230. )11
MAGAZINE WRITER who can produce
lucid, imaginative rewrites on popu-
lar science and health. Small, na-
tional publication has long-range
program of part-time assignments
with remuneration for competent
worker. Please cite qualifications in
full, and available time per week.
Box 72, care of Michigan Daily. )62
FOR SALE
1929 FORD model A tudor in good
condition. Call Ypsilanti. 1055-M. )18
DUO-THERM oil space heater, large
capacity, $35; kerosene sidearm water
heater, complete with all pipes neces-
sary for installation, $30; two oil
drums, standards, spigot and lock, $6.
Four months use at Willow Run.
2308 Pittsfield Blvd., Pittsfield Vil-
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ROYAL portable typewriter with case.
Call Spider, 2-7409. )4
SMITH-CORONA Portable Typewrter.
Excellent condition. Phone 2-0988. )9
127 Roll film, film pack, and cut film
camera, f3.5. $75. 247 Hinsdale, 2-4591.
COCKER Spaniels. Beautiful pedigreed
puppies. Ideal Easter gifts. Correct
age to train. Reasonable. Call 8732. )10
CANARIES, beautiful singers and fe-
males, parrakeets, bird supplies and
cages. 562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )64
BUICK, 1940, four-door special sedan.
Radio, good condition. Phone R. Wei-
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light tan sports coat, 38-L, $15. Call
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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
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11 :00 a.m. Sat-
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SATURDAY, MARCH 20,
VOL. LVIII, No. 120

1948

Copies of the 1947-48 Faculty
Directory are still available for
those who may need them. Please
call at the Information Desk, Rm.
1, University Hall.
Herbert G. Watkins
Secretary
To Prospective Graduate Stu-
dents:
Those students now enrolled in
the undergraduate colleges of the
University, who intend to enter
the Graduate School this coming
summer or fall, should make ap-
plication immediately in order to
insure admission.
Women Students: Several articles
of clothing (sweaters, mittens and
the like) have been left in the
Barbour Gymnasium after the in-
tramural basketball games. Own-
ers may call for these articles in
Office 15, Barbour Gymnasium.

Job Opportunities Conference
sponsored by the Bureau of Ap-
pointments will be held on Wed-
nesday, March 24, 4 p.m., Natural
Science Auditorium. Representa-'
tives of the J. L. Hudson Company,
and the Kemper Insurance Com-
pany will discuss job opportunities
in their fields. Questions will be
invited. All students interested are
urged to attend.
FctyConcert
Faculty Rcital: Marilyn Mason,
Instructor in Organ in the School
of Music, will present a program
of organ music of the 20th cen-
tury at 4:15 Sunday afternoon,
March 21, Hill Auditorium. She
will be assisted by the University
String Orchestra under the direc-
tion of Gilbert Ross.
The public is invited.
Events Today
The Congregational - Disciples
Guild will have The Reverend
Kenneth L. Potee as guest speaker
at their Fireside this evening,
7:30-9 p.m. Topic, "India and
Mission Work" (colored film).
Kindai Nihon Kenkyu Kai:
Movie, "Boko no Hanagata,"
Rackham Amphitheatre, 8 p.m.
Coming Events
Syinposium: Report by the fac-
ulty of the Sociology Department,
on their plan for integrated re-
search studies. 4 p.m., March 22,
East Conference Room, Rackham

Hall. Sponsored by Alpha Kappa
Delta. Public invited.
Music Forum "Planning Concert
Careers," Dr. W. Raymond Ken-
dall Chairman of Music School
Faculty Panel, composed of Pro-
fessors Philip Duey, Vocal Conduc-
tor; Wayne Dunlap, Orchestra
Conductor; Oliver Edel, 'Cellist;
Mischa Meller, Pianist, and An-
drew White, Baritone. Mon.,
March 22, 8:30 p.m., Rackham As-
sembly Hall. The public is invited.
Open discussion. Sponsored by Phi
Mu Alpha Sinfonia.
Graduate Outing Club meet for
hiking Sun., March 21, 2:30 p.m.,
northwest entrance, Rackham
Bldg. Sign up before noon Satur-
day at check desk, Rackham Bldg.
Graduate students welcome.
Michigan Failing Club: Meet 9
a.m., Sunday, Michigan Union, for
Whitmore Lake.
U. of M. Hot Record Society:
Live Jam Session, Michigan
League Ballroom, Sun., March 21,
8 p.m. Everyone invited.
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