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THE MIHIGAN DAIL"Y

TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1948

ANCHORS AWEIGH:
U' To Have Second Largest
Naval Test Tank in Country

By FREDI WINTERS
The 60 foot addition now being
made to the naval tank in the
basement of the West Engineer-
ing Building will give the Univer-
sity the second largest naval tank
in the country.
Models Tested
Second only to the U.S. Navy
tank in Washington, DC., the tank
will be 400 feet in length when
completed. According to Prof.
Louis A. Baier, chairman of the
Department of Naval Architecture
and Marine Engineering, the tank
Berlin Stu dent
Seeks Pen Pal
Plans To Correspond
With Education Major
Here's a chance for an interest-
ed education major to exchange
ideas with a prospective Univer-
sity student now in Germany.
Guenther Schwarz, 19, of Ber-
lin has written the Daily editors
asking for aid in locating a "pen
pal in the School of Education."n
He writes that he has com-
pleted senior high school and has
matriculated in education in the
Humbolt University of Berlin.
However, he hopes to complete his
education at Ann Arbor because
he regards it as "one of the most
progressive institutes among the
state-controlled ones."
While scholarships for Ger-
mans in American universities are
raire at the present, Guenther
thinks the time is ripe to "organize
a big campaign to prepare myself
for American campus life."
His complete address is: 3
Bahnhofplatz, Tegel, Berlin, Ger-
many.

will be finished in three or four
weeks.
The naval tank is used to test
ship models and projects of the
naval architecture and marine en-
gineering department. Because
ships' speeds are constantly in-
creasing, models have to run
faster, and more space is needed
for accurate and efficient testing.
When the West Engineering
Building was originally construct-
ed, it contained a 60 foot tank
which was later converted into a
lab for electrical engineers. The
present tank was built next to the
old one, separated from it by a
bulkhead. Now that the electrical
engineering depai'tment has
moved into the East Engineering
Building, Naval engineers are re-
claiming their own.
Improvements Added
Not only is the size of the tank
being increased, but many im-
provements are being added as
well. Previously waves hit the
bulkhead of the tank, bounced
back, and retarded the speed of
the ship models. The new part of
the tank has a beach which will
break the force of the waves and
prevent backwash.
In addition new rails and trolley
wires are being installed around
the tank. Prof. Baier said that
these improvements will. increase
the worth of the tank to the state
and nation.
Numerous projects are being
tested in the naval tank. The
naval engineering department is
now acting as consultant in the
design of what they call the
largest and fastest lake freighter
ever constructed.
Work with lake traffic carried
on by the department includes the
designing of new rudders and pro-
pellers for lake freighters. These
will increase speed by ten per cent
and decrease the consumption of
fuel by five per cent.

TO APPEAR IN PLAY-William Bromfield and Joyce Katz will
be seen in leading roles in Oscar Wilde's drawing room comedy,
"The Importance of Being Earnest," being presented Wednesday
through Saturday this week by the Department of Speech. (See
story, Page 1).
ichigan's FigtAt with Cancer
Includes Education of Laymen

ISA Turkish
Dinner Opens
Week's Fete
City-Wide Celebration
Begins with Sell-Out
The International Students' As-
sociation's Turkish banquet was a
sell-out Sunday night, as it
opened the city-wide celebration
of International Week.
After the meal, University Vice-
President Marvin Niehuss con-
gratulated the foreign students
for their fine record in the Uni-
versity. Prof. Dudley M. Phelps,
of the School of Business Admin-
istration, gave a talk expressing
hope for the incipient Interna-
tional Trade Organization.
Rev. Edward H. Redman, min-
ister of Ann Arbor's Unitarian
Church and chairman of Interna-'
tional Week, outlined the events
of the week to come. Dr. Esson
M. Gale, director of the Interna-
tional Center and Counselor to
Foreign Students, read a brief ad-
dress in Turkish, and presented
medals to the winning Turkish
team in the International Stu-
dents' Basketball Tournament.
The medals, awarded by the
University Intramural Sports De-
partment, went to Andon Tiverios,
Nick Kamariotis, Hayri Yorgan-
cioglu, Aslan Koksal, Azmi Sun-
tekin, Rasin Tek, Necat Arnas
and Soli Bencuya.
The program of presentation
was followed by a quiz program,
emceed by Altimur Tanrider.
Prizes were awarded to all con-
testants.
International Center
Asks Dance Teachers
The International Center has
hung out a "Women Wanted"
sign.
Women student hostesses are
needed for the Center's dancing
classes, held at 8 and at 9 p.m.
each Friday in Rm. 302 of the
Union.
Men in the classes represent al-
most all the nationalities regis-
tered in the University. They have
been taking lessons in American
ballroom dancing from expert in-
structors for weeks.

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Michigan's fight against can-
cer, the killer which takes 160,000
lives in the United States every
year, involves more than the an-
nual campaign for funds which is
now being carried on.
Spearheaded by the Michigan
Cancer Control committee, which
coordinates the work of all organ-
izations active in this field, inten-
sive programs of public education
and research are underway at all
times.
Educating Laymen
Educating the laymen to recog-
nize cancer symptoms and seek
early treatment is one of the most
important phases of cancer con-
Legislature ...
(Continued from Page 1)
Greenberg, Richard Hall, Walter
Hansen, Al Harris, Mary Ann
IHarris, William Haydon, Dick
Hirn, Pres Holmes, Marilyn Holm-
quist, Charles Hooker, G. Knight
Houghton, Kathy Houston, Har-
old Jacobson, Pat James, James
Jans, Le Roy Jimerson, Jeannie
Johnson, Val Johnson, Tom Kel-
sey and "Andy" Klingbeil.
Other candidates are Dulcie
Krasnick, Jeanne Lange, Edwin
Lewinson, Marcia Lipsett, Larry
Maisal, Stanley May, Paul Mc-
Cracken, Arch McGregor, James
McIlhenny, Don McNeil, James
Miller, John Montrose, Allan Neef,
Duane Nuechterlein, Delores Ol-
sen, Phil Parmenter, Dorothy
Priestley, Shirley Ann Richardson,
"Doie" Rink and John Ryder.;
Doug Sands, Sam Schaefer,
Rose Marie Schoetz, Richard
Schultz, Dick Slocum, Ralph So-
sin, Norman Steere, Jan Taylor,
Marian Trapp, L. L. Van Valken-
burgh, Lucille Waldorf, Karla
Walton, Herbert Weingarten, Curt
White, Stan Wiggin, Thelma Wil-
liams, Kay Woodruff and Mary
Carolyn Wright complete the list.

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trol according to Dr. Norman F.
Miller of University Hospital,
chairman of the committee.
Cancer Teaching Day programs,
prepared for the needs of the com-
munity, instruct both the public
and local doctors in means of pre-
vention and facilities for treat-
ment.
In the summer of 1947 the com-
mittee inaugurated two studies
designed to show the present fa-
cilities for cancer treatment and
the prevalance of the disease in
Michigan.
When completed they are ex-
pected to show what further fa-
cilities are needed for effective
control and care of cancer pa-
tients, Dr. Miller said.
Cancer Center
Cancer detection centers, set up
by county medical societies as
places where apparently healthy
persons may go for examinations
to detect cancer in its earliest
stages are operating in many
communities, according to Dr.
Miller. Tumor clinics, for the
treatment of cancer are also in
operation.

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. Saturdays).
Notices
TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1948
VOL. LVIII, No. 137
Deadline for Veteran Requisitions
The following dates have been
established governing the final
purchases of books, supplies and
equipment for Veteran Students
for the Second Semester 1947-48.
All requisitions must berapprov-
ed by the Faculty on or before
May 1, 1948. The local book stores
are not authorized to accept re-
quisitions after May 4, 1948.
May Festival Ushers: Pick up
your tickets on Tuesday or Wed-
nesday, April 20 or 21, at the Box
Office, Hill Auditorium, between
4:30 and 5:30 p.m.
Guiltekin Aga-Oglu, Allan H. Al-
bert, R. M. Amberg, Peter Aqui-
lina, Mary Jean Athay, Daniel
Augusburger, Betty Ann Bacon,
Natalie Bagrow, Joanne Baker,
Barbara Bamman, Betty M. Bar-
na, Neil W. Beach, Nancy Bender,
Richard M. Bender, Clarke Ben-
ham, Robert Bentley, John G.
Bergmann, Elnora M. Beyer, Syl-
via Blechman, Ira M. Boskey, Ger-
ald Bowers, Corinne Brennan, Al-
berta J. Brown, Allen H. Chase,
Sophia Chaushoff, Mary E. Corin,
H. Crandell, Jr., Lydia Ann Creed,
Harold Daum, Anne Dearnley,
William DeGrace, Jose De la Tor-
re, Anita Denniston, R. P. Desai,
Dorothy Dice, Donald W. Dicka-
son, Shelby Dietrich, Edith Dob-
bins, Marilyn Doctor, Nancy J.
Dolan, Naomi Dvorman, Evelyn
Dworsky, William P. Edmunds,
Frank Essenburg, Mrs. Frank Es-
senburg, Harriet Falls, B. O. Feld-
man, Margaret Fillman, Phyllis
Fishman, Marilyn Fletcher, Abby

Franklin, Marylee Fretz, Carol
Fries.
Victor P. Garwood, Rira Gen-
fan, Elizabeth Gibbs, Shirley
Goldfarb, Stuart Goldfarb, Mar-
garet Gray, Myron Gray, S. Gui-
maraes, Mary Alice Hahn, David
R. Hamilton, Jackie Harner, Pa-
tricia Hatch. Ellis B. Hayden, Al-
fred C. Heid, Bruce D. Herrigel,
Ned E. Hewitt, Beth Ann Hewitt,
Charles Hills, H. Wiley Hitchcock,

Costumes! Carnival! C *gas.
Dance in a Romantic Atmosphere
INT1EKINATIONAL
BALL
Friday, April 23 9 to 1 All Campus
Michigan Union Semi-formal
Couple $3.60 or Costume

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Rhoda Horowitz, J. N. Hosenball,
Clyde V. House, Virginia R. Howe,
C. Jay Hoyt, Ruth Huffman,
Ralph H. Johnson, Marilyn Keck,
Martha Kleyneyer, Geoffry
Knight, William Kuzel, Jan Lam-
mert, Harriet Landy, Chas. La-
Perriere, Herbert Leiman, Bar-
bara E. Lewis, Gail Locken, Paul
Lowry, William H. Lowry, Nancy
MacKaye, Gerald McKie, William
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FOR SALE
COMPLETE double bed, cot, desk, table
and bassinette. Reasonable. 423 E.
Washington. Phone 5345. )81
MAY FESTIVAL TICKETS, first floor,
section 4. Call 2-2443, mornings. )80
E. ANN ARBOR--Modern 4 room house
and bath. Full basement. Landscaped.
Convenient to school, business dis-
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COMPLETELY furnished and electri-
cally equipped 4-room house, 1 block
from Whitmore Lake. More desirable
than renting in Ann Arbor, $4,500.
Whitmore Lake 4332 or visit Rm. 4060
N.S. )62
HOUSE TRAILER FOR SALE: 1947
Colonial Manor, 27 ft. Tandem, 6
cubic ft. Frigidaire, hot water heat-
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5 months old, like new. 1300 Hutch-
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FOR SALE-Baby grand piano. Fair
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REMINGTON threesome electric shav-
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YOUNG LOVEBIRDS, parakeets, cocke-
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TWOMEN'S BROWN sport coats. Size
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WANTED

WANTED: Roommate to share apart-
ment near Rackham for summer
term. Write Shirley Nelson. West
Lodge, Ypsilanti, Mich. )18
VACANCY in double room for boy.
Other roomer doctor from South
America. 813 E. Kingsley. Call 7037.
COUPLE, Student & Registered Nurse
Desire Apt. in June, Box 86, Mich.
Daily.-)1
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: On Campus or in vicinity of
IM Building, a gold ID Bracelet, en-
graved "Marilyn." Finder please call
9371. Reward. )16
LOST: Voightlander reflex and filter
case near the Island last Saturday.
Reward Don Todd, 21600. )13
$10 REWARD for gabardine topcoat,
lostafrom5basement coat rack in
Union April 14, between 7 and 8
p.m. No questions asked. Call Al
Daman, 7856. )71
LOST: Slide Rule in yellow case. Name
"Coale" on case. Reply Box 87 Daily.
Reward. )10
$10 REWARD for lost K & E Slide Rule,
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BUSINESS SERVICES
COMPLETE SERVICE on your furs.
Cold storage, individualized cleaning,
glazing, insurance, restyling and re-
pairing Ginsburg Fcrs. 607 E. Liberty
Michigan Theater Building. )77
HAYRIDES AVAILABLE ANYTIME.
Call 257293, after 9:00 p.m. Roy
Blaess. )54
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
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ALTERATIONS--RESTYLING- Cust-
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Washington, Telephone 2-4669. )87
TYPING: Theses, term papers, ad-
dresses. Duplicating: notices, form
letters, programs. A2 Typing Serv-
ice,208 Nickels Arcade, Ph. 9811. )28
SADDLE HORSES for hire. Student
rates, week days, $1.50 per hour. Also
horses boarded. Stable % mile south
of Ypsi airport, corner of U.S. 23 and
U.S. 112. Phone A. W. Cowan, 22266
or 871W2 Ypsi. )32

DOUBLE ROOM for male students,
6059.

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WANTED TO RENT
PROFESSOR'S FAMILY desires fur-
nished apartment or house for
summer session. Write M. L. Sheri-
dan, Bucknell University, Lewisburg,
Pa. ) 67
FRATERNITY IS LOOKING for annex
on school year basis. Can place 15-
20 men. We'll guarantee the rent.
Call 2-2205, any evening. )66
PHYSICIAN, Navy veteran returning
from Pacific, wife, baby, desire sub-
let apartment for summer beginning
June 15. Call 2-4295. )12
HELP WANTED
SALESMAN to contact major appli-
ance and furniture dealers. Already
established on nationally known
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travel. Experience helpful but not
necessary. Salary and expenses. Write,
stating qualifications. State Distrib-
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Rapids, Mich. )78
STUDENT WANTED for part time
sweeping job. $1 per hour. Apply in
person. Goldman Bros. Cleaners. 214
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REGISTERED PHARMACIST - Part-
time or full time employment-
permanent-see Mr. Stentzel at
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RADIO TECHNICIAN to work on Re-
search project from June 14 to Sep-
tember 15. Must be able to maintain
5 radio transmitters used on research
work at Roscommon, Michigan. Pre-
fer electrical engineering student
with experience in radio. Personnel
Office, 208 University Hall.
PHOTOGRAPHIC TECHNICIAN to
work on research project starting
June 14 and ending September 15.
Must be able to process 35 mm. film
and be able to evaluate films with
electronic equipment. Prefer vet-
eran engineering student with phot-
ographic training. Work will be done
at Roscommon, Michigan. Personnel
Office, 208 University Hall. )5

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