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This information is due by the end
of the first we'k of classes. Friday,
Feb. i:n
The Swtent nook kxehange,
rm. 306, MbWhigai Union, will be
open through Fritiay to sell looks.
No books will be accepted tor re-
sale. Books t.hat have not been
sold will be obtainable Feb. 16,
throug l F1b. 18. Blook Exchange
hours, 12:15 i.-5 pmi. weekcays.
Any studcent w!io has not receivel
payment for books sold last se-
mester may obtain his check fromo
Mrs. Reynold:. Rm. 2, Univeryity
Hall,
Disciplinary Notice: Messrs.
Clyde Recht, President of the
Men's Judiciary Council; Paul
Harrison, Secretary of the Men's
Judiciary Council: James McCobb,
President of Interfraternity Coun-
cil; and Bruce Lockwood. Secre-
tary of Interfraternity Council,
having appeared before the Sub-
Committee on Discipine in support
of a recommendation submitted
by the Men's Judiciary Council
dated January 19, 1948, in regarc
to the conduct of a number of fra-
ternities and I heir members re-
lating to the stealing of Christ-
mas trees, after due deliberation it
is ordered that the recommenda-
tion be approved and that the
penalties recommended be im-
posed. It was agreed that the ac-
tion taken should be given public-
ity in the Daily Official Bulletin.
The penalties imposed are:
That the following fraternities
be given eight weeks' social pro-
bation beginning Monday, feb. 9:
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Delta
Theta, and Sigma Phi Epsiloni.
That the following be given four
weeks' social probation beginning
Monday, Feb. 9: Alpha Tart
'Omega, Phi Ganna Delta, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Trigon, and Ander-
son House.
Student basketball tickets:
Preferential basketball tickets for
the Purdue game Saturday admit-
ting students to Yost Field House
before 7:15 p.m. can be procured
at the University Hall booth
Thursday upon presentation of an
ID card. One ticket willbe allo-
cated for eeh ID card.
Pictures of the Marching Band's
trip to the Rose Bowl are on dis-
play in the Lounge of Harris Hall.
Members are urged to plice or-
ders now.

Women stutdent,. wishing to sign
up as haby sitters are requested to i
leae the'i names in 1'e Office of
the De1 of Women i ng
their free hours.
Stid 1eit Print boa iiLbra ry:
Students interested in obtaining a
picture for the spring semester
may sign for the print throughi
Feb. 12, West GCllery, Alumni Me-
moria1111.1.S=tudents must pr e-
sent their identification card and
pay a rental fee of 50 cents when
making tNir reservation. The
prints will be issued from Rm. 206,
University Ball, the week of Feb-
ruary 16. The West Gallery is
open from 10-12 a.m. and from
2-5 p.m. daily.
Application forms for Student
Air Foundation funds for women
students are available in tWe Of- #
fice of ftle Dean of Women.
Applications forB omber Seh l-
arships: Applications may be ob-
tained at the Scholarship Office,
Office of Student Affairs, Rm. 206,
University Hall, and must be re-
turned to that office not later
than Monday, Feb. 16. To be eligi-
ble for these scholarships a stu-
dent must have served at least one
year in the armed forces during
the last war, must have completed
satisfactorily not less than thle
equivalent of two semesters of
credit hours in any undergraduate
school or college in this University,
and shall have received no degree
of any kind from this University.
Awards will be made according to
need, character, and scholarsip
ability after comparison of appli-
cants.
Applications for fellowshiips and
sclolarships in Qie (Graduate
School will be accepted through
Monday, Feb. 16. Renewals of ap-
plication should also be filed be-
fore Feb. 16. Blanks may be ob-
tained at the Graduate School Of-
fice in the Rackham Bldg. No ap,.
plications will be accepted after
Monday, Feb. 16 at 4 p.m.
Students, College of L.S.A.: Ap-
plications for scholarships for the
first and second semesters, 1948-
49, are now available in Rm. 1220,
Angell Hall. All applications must
be returned to that office by
March 1. Applicants must have
had at least two semesters of resi-
dence in this College.

Bureanii of Appointments Regis-
tration for Jobs: Registration
meeting for all people interested
mn jobs-camp, resort,. business
and industry- ffor the coiing,
summer will be held in Natural
Science Audit orium on TIhu trsdIay.
Feb. 12, 4:10 p.m.
Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information:
The Trustee of Linguan Un iver-
sity, Canton, China, annoince a
number of vacancies in the follow-
ing fields: English, elementary
grades, Library, Economics, Politi-
cal Science, Agricultuk'al E"ngi-
neering and Chemistry. An office
secretary with accounting ability
is also needed. For further infor-
mation, call at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments and Occupational In-
formation.
T'h Division of Schools of the
P'anama Canal is seeking experi-
cnied teachers to fill vacancies in
tie elementary grades ,junior
Iigh school mat hematics, English,
general science. Spanish, indus-
trial arts, music, and social stud-
ics. Senior high school positions
are open in English, Social Stud-
ies, mathematics, commercial
work, dramatics, and metal shop.
Two supervising teachers of metal
shop are also needed. Appoint-
mnents will be made early in the
Spring to fill these vacancies
which are effective on Sept. 9,
1943. For further information, call
at the Bureau of Appointments.
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio,
announces a number of graduate
assistantships and special ap-
pointments for the academic year,
1948-49. These assistantships are
available to holders of the bache-
lor's degree. Closing date for re-
ceipt of applications, March 1. For
further information, call at the
Buruea. of Appointments and Oc-
cupational Information.
Mr. John Fox, President of the
Punahou School, Honolulu, Ha-
waii, will be at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments February 16 to in-
terview teachers in the following
fields: Women's Physical Educa-
tion (elementary) Band (man),
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ART CINEMA I4EAC.UE preseuts
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Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Feb. 12, 13, 14- 8:30 P.M.
Box Office Opens 2 P.M. Daily
Admission 50c Reservations Phone 6300
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to be taken in your free hours during the day or
in night classes. "Veterans mnay receivethis in-
struction under the G. Bill, along with your
University courses
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WANTED-UX:e of piano 6 houis weekly
for each of 2 st udents. Call 2- 19,
Helainte.
WANTED - Press photographers for
Michigan Daily. Submit sample of
work to Editors. High rates paid for
pictures used. )22

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ONE PAIR red velvet evening gloves on
Forest near Witham's Friday night
of J-Hop. Call Sue at 65:39. )3l
LOST--Last semester, small Eversharp
pen, blue frame glasses. Please call
Naomi, 7851. )2
LOST-Saturday night, left side South
University going from the Union to
Washtenaw, narrow gold bar pin.
Small diamond. Reward. Call Mrs.
Robert Waer, 2-2940. )4
LOST-Leather case containing 4 keys.
Call University ext. 763. )17
HELP WANTED
AVON-A national advertised cosmetic
company offers women in Ann Ar-
bor, Willow Run, and Ypsilanti, an
income opportunity. You can earn a
good income with us and be inde-
pendent. For information write Avon
Products, Inc., 1127 South Webster,
Jackson, Michigan. (6
MONEY? Sell N.Y. Herald Tribune sub-
scriptions. Write Campus Agency,
Box 794, West Lodge, Ypsilanti. )13
EXPERIENCED men and women coun-
selors for Jewish co-educational sum-
mer camp in Michigan. General and
specialty counselors. Phone 2-8439,
evenings 5-9 p.m. )20
WANTED--Writers for Michigan Daily
sports, womens and news staffs. Ex-
perience unnecessary. Report to stu-
dent Publications Building Wednes-
day, Feb. 11 at 4 p.m. )21
M ICHIGAN
- Ending Today

BUSINESS SERVICES
DON'T BE ATE-Get "It's a Date?"
weekly guide to events in Ann Ar-
bor. Send nanie and address with
$1.00 to Jack Trustman, 1037 Olivia,
Ann Arbor. )15
ALL KINDS of alterations, dress inak-
ing and tailoring. Tailormade button
holes. 2-6583. )24
ATTENTION-"Tie Swap." Are you sat-
isfied with the neck-wear you now
have? Send us six fo your most un-
liked ties along with $1.00 and we'll
send you six you will like. State color
and kind. Russ' Tie Exchange. Box
362. Fowiervilie, Mich. )28
WANTED sewing, dressmaking, altera-
tions, or repairs. Miss Livingston. 315
S. Division. )27
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Men's shoe ice skates, used
once. Medium size, $5,,50. Call 2-6941.
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HOCKEY SKATES. Sizes 9?. Good
condition. Telephone in the evenings,
7723. Ask for Bob. )32
FOR SALE-1931 Chevrolet. Good run-
ning condition. $125. Call Jay Singer.
Ph. 2-1297. )34
FOR SALE-Ladies diamond ring. One
large stone with four small side
diamonds in yellow gold setting
$75.00. Phone 20701. )5
FOR SALE-1940 DeSoto 2-door fully
equipped, good condition. Call 2-2330
after 7:30 p.m. )18
FOR SALE-Men's suits, size 38-40.
Tuxedo, tails, silk hat, overcoat. Tele-
phone 2-0936, about 8 a.m. or 6 p.m.
) 25
LEICA ELMAR camera, condition like
new, f-5 cm, 3.5 lens, 1-1000th second
shutter speed. Phone 2-4401. Exten-
sion 317, Chicago House. )11
THREE SUITS size 44 long; 1 tan Harris
tweed worn perhaps a dozen times, 1
gray pin-stripe worn half a dozen
times, 1 maroon pin-check never
worn. These suits were custom tail-
ored for the present owner and are
being sold only because a gain in
weight has rendered them too snug,
and because wife dislikes 3-button
single-breasted suits. No reasonable
offer refused. I am not trying to
stick anyone. Call 2-6244 evenings. )1
GOING TO CALIFORNIA-Men's cloth-
ing for sale. Dubarry imported grey
tweed topcoat size 36-38-$25.00. 2
suits size 36, 1 brown wool, one grey
herringbone $20.00 each. One brown
wool herringbone suit, size 38-40,
$25.00. One brown wool mackinaw,
size 36-38, $8.00. Matched set of Tru-
Flite golf clubs, 3 woods, 5 irons,
$45.00. Phone 2-0701. )3
Continuous from 1 P.M.
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