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Pollock Gets
New Faculty
Appointment

Regenits Name Seveni
Others to 'U' Posts
Six faculty appointments, a
committee appointment, and a
promotion were confirmed at the
April meeting of the Board of
Regents.
Feature appointment was the
naming of Dr. James K. Pollock,
chairman of the political science
department, as James Orin Mur-
fin professor of Political Science,
in recognition of his contributions
to the faculty as well as in state,
national and international af-
fairs.
The professorship was estab-
lished in 1940 by a gift from
John W. Anderson, a Detroit
alumnus, in recognition of his
lifelong friendship with James 0.
Murf in, an alumnus and former
regent of the University.
Other appointments were Dr.
Marshall Mason Knappen as pro-
fessor of political science, Dr.
Lawrence Hugh Aller as associate
professor of astronomy, Dr. Mor-
gan Thomas as assistant professor
of political science, John William
Leucht as assistant professor of
aernonautical engineering and Dr.
James Van Gundia Neel as assist-
ant professor of internal medi-
cine.
The Regents promoted Dr.
Frederick H. Test to an assistant
professorship in zoology and re-
appointed Professors Gail E.
Densmore and Theodore M. New-
comb to the executive committee
of the Institute for Human Ad-
justment.
A total of $40,099 in gifts was
accepted at the meeting. The
largest amount4 bas a grant of
$18,860 from the American Can-
cer Society for the purpose of
scientific research.
Garden Class
To Start Here
"Gardening and the Care of
Home Grounds," a new eight-
week Extension Service non-
credit course, will hold its first
weekly session at 3 p.m. Thurs-
day in Rm. 1020 Angell Hall.
Mrs. Lenore Thompson Bing-
ley, who has had wide experience
in horticulture and landscape gar-
dening, will teach the course.
Topics to be discussed include
early spring gardening, lawn care,
f lowering shrubs.
Enrollment may be made at
th~t Extension Service offices in
10~7 Haven Hall or at the first
class meeting. Fee for the course
is $4.

Sa
During; the Spring vacat ion
t hree police admninistratio uIi-
(lev-, at. Michi{;an St ate College
,penA a week with the Washi enawv
Cou, nty Sheriffis department, to
-e special field training in
count y-levei law enforcement.
The weekof instruction includ-
ed shor t course:, in photography,.
intoxonieter ope(ration', fingecr-
printing, service of wxrits.,(court
arraignments. jail maintenance,
and night, patrol procedure.
The City Council renewed the
liquor licenses of 19 taverns in the
city, and seeven other various type
drin king establishments.
The application for license sub-
mitted by Tiny's Tavern was de-
ferr ed for a later decision April
19.
Alfred Kurner. 2f, "tip-off'.
manin t the slaying of State Sen-
ator Warren G. Hooper, whio fled
the Cassidy Lake prison farm "in
order to solve the Hlooper mur-
der," stood mute when arraigned
before Circuit Judge Jlames F'.
Breakey, Jr., on a charge of prison
breaking.

A fh,,x' (.,ed ton sil> xx ere ii e xtoA n Abt i 1i ml
onlly caiatis suffered:';by te h (so1thm ii yetra
Vivrit ' 1t' Meni : 's Glee C : lub du- :1 l -;s ''sig (111i". 11 ci' pte, iit,"r
ing p rn acation v'\i, mahn ig 10 ;Y..fW'e.l'i.;.s Lr in as ma u1vA days7 - _.....

uts firsti trp[) 1' n'rt)┬▒I I
staging1, in thevorCs of oe crit_
ic, ''a most su(c '_sul 'iricn
Director Philip I )uey and his
39 students of close harmony roll-
Bjand Playin
lJP (1iier7
The. Univ ersity Concert Band
visited the Upper Peninsula, for,
the first time in over 20 years
during spring v'acation and play-
ed before a~jpproxim-ately 10,000
people in 10 concerts.
rDuring its tonri',the band g ave
th1e fii'st p~ublic performances in
this country of a "Concerto in
Jazz" foi' band and piano, a com-
position by Donald Phillips, an
Englishman.
Floyd E. Werle, a student in
the music school, was the pianist.

WHERE 'U' SCIIENTISTS STUDYX WIL D LIELV'-At theLwi .Gog eevlctdi ii
ston County north of Ann Arbor, University zool ogits ('airy n fed t'IIson aiv irs
insects, miammrals and plants. The Reserve, one, of the tiieri " lrgs laboi'atu-i" s,ito
square miles in area. It was given to the Univers ityin 1930 by ('olti . xiz S. George ci' I(etro it.
and is now administered by the Museum of Zooy
TWO SQUARE MILES OF WL IE
'Nat ure a Ais U' 13~

al ('nci 0: . in.,abrn imy
Aprsin4 in. I in 1 nued lcto Mt-6
manu o .e x'Ye kCt. Wat'h
inaton.sal sui. a, Clelnd
andsoledo."I
sTs of te ('Ofl('i't li list 'i;r '5
cycro. (?.. 15 ,,, d fro
lubuPork otl.hfoflon
fmous iom ,ats. Thneialumi-
reco ranEed ates for the sing-el
pe,as'e l sGprtes.hi ' p
j ci cowdsin ll('tle. n nix
ofClb for its11('x1-'re(i'iso, pl"(t,
sentedlat en.and cncert."A t'-
tector vrity e laed hey wascve%!
leds"asedibyethe Glee ubsongi'
Spitsate amiesntertte
spbstntiallytenaceut. ur
of cacppu l' musi hancra
tonal micanongswaspre-
sented datieach concer Aopr
whiaen )cee Cobss'Count: Ka"
The i;coampus win illAget chanc
May 4.

Ex j ^ist o 0o e an.ahdo
caron kinto asoi, hr ee
Smal quntiies f mthane in1I
l ' Y i i ie tde Il(1cnd Ute
n'aly wit'. li gIi agificationl.
the: i(' covel'I? I(%'awe 'il study 11-
HobertU,. Meath, erector'of thec
Mc~vlathI-iIlbert. Obsecrvattory. Dr.'
Orri0,11"C. MoIci', assitat direc-
tori'l1and Dr. 1Leo)C (Golbrg, c'hait'
11an11 of the departent of astroli-
.'C Uiv( Cr:;h " arI1Ipists 1have(
been 'hosea to takw part in the
MiA"chianHarp YFest ivalt1to be
held ait>8:30 p~in. Satturdai y, April
"4. inl the Rackham Educat tional
Memravial Building in Detroit.
I They are Charlotte Lenore Co-
h en , Vivian Goldbergecr, andi Nina
SOoellring. 1trpisl.ts frmgall parts
of ihia wil prtcipate in
the Fetivl wich iis sponsored
>by the M[ich ;i <an Har'p Club, the
School o1'YMusico and the Univer'-
sity Extension Service.

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By DOLORES )PALANKER
Two square miles of roughly
rolling country' comprise one of
the University's largest labora-
tories, where field studies on na-
tive birds, insects, mammals and
plants are carried on.
The area, located in Living-
ston County north of Ann Ar-
bor, is the Edwin S. George Re-
serve, given to the University in
1930'- by Col. Edwin S. George of
Detroit and now administered by
the University Museum of Zoolo-
gy.
Scientific Studief~
Scientific studies on the region'
and its wildlife are conducted by
15-20 faculty investigators and
by about five graduate students.,
Other divisions using the reserve'

besides the zoology department1
include the botany and forestry
and conservation departments,
the last hold classes there of 12.-
15 students.
Currently in progress are stud-
ies of the food habits of hawks:
and foxes, of the populations and
life histories of sever'al groups of
insects and species of birds, and
of the reproductive cycle of the
wht-aldde.!Field studies on plant and ani-
mal life are difficult to car'ry on
close to urban life. Many of tihemf
require five years or longei' ad
can be undertaken successful)lj
only in a. region where natura-lI
conditions pr('wa ii. The George,
IReserve, by its firelanes and deer-1
and-dog-tight fence, safeguards c

the study area fromn fires, graz-,
lug andi trampling.
3 Kinds
Ai censuis of t11le Reservte hasI
shix n that ther'e are 33 kinds oft
us itix'e mammals. ranp lug from
tile tiny masked shrew w hichl
weighs as much as a small coin,
to the xwhite-tailed deer; 170 spe-
cies of birds and such insect
groups as have been studied total
sonatousand ,species,
Tihe six deei' plac(ed on the Re-
serv. by Col. Geco'ge in 1927 soon
mlultiplied to mor, e than 100, andl
it becamre necessar ?y to take off
a numb ',er each '-'i' to pr'event
(1ie crrrxsn which affects
thte (levelopxl (nt and composition
of the vef{etation.
(ovet riieu
t' W VWWIlt d
may

LOST AND FOUND
FO0UND: Ronson liglite :',lticils RCW
in Daily Bus. Office. Contact M.
PERSONAL
LE:SSON IN 'T'OLERxANCE
"I' your date at As'emnbly Bail refuse's
To (a ,e-e tlerant. She just can't
-top looking at her cosaefrome-
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE
Bilt Barish--2-7032 )451
ANYONE KNOWING whereabouts of
Dr'. Mary Marcus, -write Box 83.
IF SHE'S the' negativ'e type; she's pro-
bably worth developing! Bring her
to the Daly Dairk Room.
BUSINESS SERVICES
COMPLETE SERVICE on your furs.
Cold storage, individualized clean-
inglazing; andi insurance, restyl -
ing, and repairing. Ginsburg Furs.
Call 6938. 607 E, Liberty, Michigan
'Iheater Bld1. "

Government 0-ffers Veterants
Summertimte Study Abroati

WANTED TO RENT

TYPING:
dresses.
letters,
ice, 2083

Theses, term papers, ad-
Duplicating: notices, form
programs, A2 Typing Serv-
Nickels Arcade, Ph, 9811. )28

By JAKE HIURWITZ
If the wanderlust afflicts you,
Uncle Sam offers succor in the
guise of foreign study during theI
summer' months to student vet.'
erans.

Michigan leads the Big Nine again!
Your Michiganemlion will
3e-sold for $ untilI May '1.
Buy now and save.
$6.50 after May 1.
Student Publications Buildingv

,.it before you stock luP lu o
cigarettes and s-I iaketh e met Ub -k
bells out of your barr'acks bags
and polish up your Te'ic-t'
quired Fench, Geruxan or HIin-t
dustani, you had best attend to
a few pr'elimlinatries.
First Steps
1. Ob1aIn1 a let teeowift"' Ccept -1
ain r ┬▒ontlthe V-ipp}roved!for-
eign n(1h001 you p1)]aLo (1attetid. a
tWiiAt of eligibility from your It r w v l( a s A m n s r t o
office.

THINK OP HILDEGARDE'S when you
think of spring. Let us give your last
year's wardrobe that new look, Alter-

COUPLE wants apartmrent with cook-
ing facilities for summer only. Waint
that summer vacation'? We'll hold
down your apartment 'til faillWrite
A.F Hiliad, 32W. Dutton St.,
PROFESSOR and .f'a: ily want toY rent
house or apartmrent from June' 15#
to September 1. Address R. N. Mil-
li-,. 930 Bellevue Kalamazoo 46. )8
APTI' FOR SUMMER -Vet and wife
' desire to renrt or sublet furnished
apt. JR. Browning, 2-2969. )24
_ WANTED
SPEED) GRAPHIC, 2k.1 by 3a4. Send
po)stcardl to: T. B. Piper, 1003 EastI
U. )10t
WAN'TED: A 1946,. 1947, o1' 1948 Ford
or Chevrolet b~y private par'ty' Will
"'pay over list price for :1948 model.-
Box No. 81. )16
FOR RENT.
SWAP APARTIMENT: Tn Cambtridge,
Mass, For one in or near Ann Ar-
bor. One room apartment with ad-
joining private bathroom and cook-
ingtailtisSuitable for' sigle or
double, Three blocks from Ilar'var'd
University. Wirit e Murray H-orwvit/,
34 Wendell Street. Cambridge, Mass.
GOINCG TO BOS'TON or Camubrid c
next year? 3 Room Apt. furn'ishedt,
in Boston. 4 blocks to Cambridge
(MIT), 15 minutes to Ilarv'ard, closo
to N.E. Conservartory, Boston Univ.,
etc.. to trade for equiv'alent apt. in
Anni Arbor, Can arrange exchange
any time between June and Sept.
Write Kurt Back, 12 Hiiarnd St.,
Boston, Mass.
DOUBLE ROOM for men students,
3 Cal 6059. )13
HELP WANTED
KEY PUNCH OPERATORS: Students
experienced in operating 113.BM.
Ntumeric Key Ptunches, who desire
part- time work week-ends and
evenings, are invited to apply. Per-
sonnel Office, 208 University Hall.
MET'EOROLOG4IST: The Uiv. of Mich.
has an opening on one of its re-
search projects for a meteorologist
1for the pjeriod of Junie 15, to Sept.
15, 1948. Men who have had meteoro-
S logical training, experience in the
armed services, and preferably with
some engineering training. are in-
s vited to apply. Personnel Office, 208
University Hal,
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MUSICAL
SUPPLIES
REEDS - STRINGS
We ('arry VAN DORN REEDS
Comp jlete
MUSICAL REPAIR
209 iJ WaviIngton Ph, 8132

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St :d~"1:;xx o nae (Olililt ciIce. Custom clothes and re-styling.
t1v ths 1 01''h:rs the 1 Ilodegarde Shop, 109 East Washing-
(0 1e'Ui('rilh'i r'el- ton, Telephone 2-4669. )87
ptiilill wih he ~iit((lStaesFOR SALE
Buti(au of1& l ist-o.PARRAKEETrS MAKE delightful in-
Poitios re'vil'bt in all exp),nsive pets. $4 and $6 each. Bird
Ura" _'hes of engineerin; '!,g, BOxW- supplies, Mrs. Ruflins, 562 S. 7th.
t've', he najrit i o aloin- 'AILS-Size 316. Shirts, studs, beauti-
[[1it'll v, 11 gill ;1 ;_;ade in civil, Ime- ful condition, Allen Freiwaldi. Ph.
'hiil'5.eecl'ta i hiteetu'- 20249.,)
a] sd gnerl (gin clng. A LEAVING INDIAN STUDEN'T wishes
'1'h ll i ,> 00, j)allg $2 .Lf1 to sell his car, Frazer 1947, used six
sii $239 a y'eal', alre locate (d in months. Miteage 11,000. Equipped
1 7 wort11 Stalks. with radio, heal or, air conditioning

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Contil-Wous from 1 P.M.

yorFOOD...
We del iver to
your door. ..
HO0T 1-AMUR2GEMS
FRENCH FR[ES
MALTED MILKS1
HOME-MADE C HILI
MILK-COFFT;E-COKES
Special
HOT FISH & CHIPS 74c
CALL
Carry-Burger Service

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3. Use your ctirter. i'of accept anlce 'ri c xvu'k xtilt include or
ari id spplemnital i('el'tifi('tas jbIrinn ii h 3
you'ravlto the foreign st'hool, rgia esolillz'olt'ge
being t? 'eparedl to l)ay all trans- nt'rii's
pri',tsttiiicosts. IApicnsimmst puss ta
The !Ai'abianl Niglts lc,,t'ud of tenl test to qualit y for thcst
I lie NM'rEast may entit'e yot, titills.
or pei'ha p) you woultd like to ler Apict o ust he file(
1-lit answer to tile old amgit't il' enra Board of U.S.
of the Orient, bttt time \[te<'ans Sem'i c, Examiners, Dovem',
Adnilnistrat ion advises that stall- not lit-er 1110.n1Apmil 21.
me t d e t k n i o eg i u c dz n s a d ,icountry served by an Attache o 'f t o m n ay be obt ain
Veterans affairs assigned by the tl l)3 office in Ann Anb
State Department. --__----------_-----
TIhese countries' include C 1(11>i A-
!Brain, Mexico. ranzce, Sxit 'r- , f,-/inU.tf r
land, Italy, Norway, Swedten, Den-m
mar'k and Belgium.,iu ia :d
Speeds Payment'"

)I te n1it, Contact ySop~arkar, 534 1Hill.
IPhone 497L. )II
eat of
train- NEW GOLF CLUBS-Sets of 5 irons, 3

E-X-T-R-A
CARTOON

I; tile
es and
t wii-
'Sp~i
de xvith
a.Civil
Colt).,
Jiphica-
i d at
001'.

woodis. Reasonable, Call 27053 01' see
them at 1320 Northt University (near
Forest).
SUIT, men's, Navy blue, all-wool, size
39, almost new, reasonably-priced,
443 S. Div. Apt. 3. )14
BICYCLE. Girl's, large size (Arnold
Schwtnn) , balloon tired, good con-
dition, $30.00, 443 S. Division, Apt. 3.
# )15
ITUXEDO : Size 36 or' 37, in excellent
condition. Ask for Harvey Krasner
1003 E. University. Phone 5372. ) 17

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{GRAN ADA' !
GRANA DACn
313 South State
Open 7:30 A.M. - 12 Midn-ight

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The presence of these officials
expedites payment of sctbsistenc
allowances, ttuition anld other' fees.t
VA officers explained. The rec-t
ords of veteranis taking sumnzmm'
coui'ses in these nations- will not
have to be transferred from thel.
United States.
Records of those selecting any
other country must be ti'ansferred
thiere. Officials warn that suchI
record transfer's take a consider'-t
able amount of time and r'esult
ini lengthy delays of your' staff ofC
life, the subsistence check.c

Sarah Linden and Lanni;sBrit-
toll Swxift, graduate stiudents at
the 'University, have been grant-
ed fellowships of $750 each by
the Michigan Alumnae Council.
Miss Linden, a sophomore med-
ical sttudent. xwas formerly en-
gag-ed in vita.-yniresearch foi' the
Pal'ke-Davis Co. of Detroit, and
spent some time in the Hawaiian
Islands determining vitamin con-
tent of island foods.
MI's. Swxift is a FilPBeta Kappa
graduate of the school of music,
specializing in music education.
This June she will receive a sec-
ond bachelor's degree ix'oice,
and intends to do her graduate
work in that field.
Win Scholarships
Tw o business aadmnist ra tioll
Duots rank L. Eaton and Al'-
ie D,-,aon Reagan., have been
awadedseholarshiips of S150 each
far ti~ pm'sent setem'.

GOOD TRANSPORTATION: '37 Ford.
'85' Ttudor'. 24,000 miles on motor.
New xwiring, plugs, battery, shock
absorbers, etc. New gas heater'. Ex-
cellent mechanically. Box 82, Daily.
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'I'UXEDO: Excellent condition. Only
$15. Size 37 regular. Phone 5938.
STUXEDO like new, originally $65, sac-
;rifice $35. Worn twvie. Accessories,
size 39, call Paul 2-6824. )22
PORTABLE CORONA Silent, one year'
1old. Excellent condition, $75. Brown-
S ing 2-2969, after 7 p.m. )23#

Office and Portable Models
of all makes 9--- i
Sold,4
Bought,
Rented, h
Repaired
STATIONERY & SUPPLIES
0s . .MOJMIILL
314 South State St.
G. L. Requisitions AcceptedI

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when all Smart Men from their Lodgings will Snlly
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