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THEil MI CUIGAN A1 IY

r W FhM8AY, AY 19, 1943

PARLEZ ESPANOL?
Freneh Spanish Iesidenee
To House Language Students

Women students on campus this
summer will not only be taking
courses in the Romance Lan-
guages, they'll also be eating and
sleeping them.
A combined French and Span-
ish residence will be open for
women foreign language students
for the first time this summer.
The house, to be located at 1027
B. University, will help some 15
women to improve their fluency
in speaking one of the languages.
Men students will be given the
opportunity to lunch or dine to
Spanish or French conversation
at the house. Whether such ap-
propriate cuisine as frijoles or
crepe suzettes will be served to
complement the mealtime lan-
guage sessions, has not yet been
decided, but students will be ask-
ing for "le pain, s'il vous plait"
or "el pan, por favor,"
NSA Completes
Foreig Maid List
The Foreign Correspondence
Service, a sub-committee of the
National Students Association, has
compiled a list of names of for-
eign students interested in corre-
sponding with American students.
Students, who wish to corre-
spond will fill out a questionnaire
so that the interests of foreign
and American students can be
matched.
Application blanks and further
information on this project can
be obtained from Dick Cortwright
by calling 2-4591.
Veterans' Checks Hell
Checks being held for the fol-
lowing veterans at the Ann Arbor
Post Office will be returned to Co-
lumbus on May 26.
Harold L. Aurand, Alvin F.
Beale, Jr., James S. Grimes, Ro-
land P. Lussier, Jack A. McClary,
Charles L. Royston, Ferman C.
Sharp, Russell H. Temple and
Charles A. Yager.

The house will remain open
from June 16 to August 15. The
residence director will be Ger-
maine Baer of the University of
Kansas, who speaks both lan-
guages fluently. Mrs. Pauline El-
liot will assist as business man-
ager.
Applications for the eight week
period must be made in advance
at the Office of the Dean of
Women. Women must have stud-
ied one of the languages to be
admitted to the house.
tU' Professor
AcceptsPost
To Direct Medical
Foundation Division
Dr. Charles F. Wilkinson, Jr.,
co-ordinator of graduate medical
education at the University of
Michigan, has been appointed
associate director of the division
of Medicine of the W. K. Kellogg
Foundation, Battle Creek, effec-
tive July 1.
Dr. Wilkinson will retain his
teaching affiliation wtih the Uni-
versity Medical School where at
present he is assistant professor
of internal medicine.
The Kellogg Foundation has
made possible the establishment
of several schools of public health,
including the one here at Mich-
igan. The foundation has granted
money for research to the Kellogg
Institute for dentistry, and the
foundation has supported depart-
ments of health in seven coun-
tries in southwestern Michigan.
After receiving his Doctor of
Medicine at Emory University
Medical School in 1937, Dr. Wil-
kinson began his internship at the
University Hospital of the Univer-
sity of Michigan.
Dr. Wilkinson served five years
in the Army, where he was dis-
charged with the rank of Colonel.
"Proven Hits"
Today &.Thursday!
TYRONE POWER
and

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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 publi'ation (11 :00
a.m. Saturdays).
* * *.
Notices
WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1918 1
VOL. LVIII No. 160
Speech Assembly: The showing
of "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" by the
Department of Speech at 3 p.m.,
Wednesday, will be in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
Engineer Awards
The College of Engineering has
announced the following scholar-
ships for the year 1948-9.
Harriet Eveleen Hunt scholar-
ships have been awarded to Leroy
E. Barber, Keneth King Bay and
Harvey J. Grimes. Three Simon,
Mandelbaum scholarships have
been awarded to Ernest Lamar
Bailey, John Edward Powers and
Roger Allen Slkhouse.-

lege of L. S. & A.:

Those students who will have of receipt.

less than 55 hours at the end of
this semester and who have not
yet had their elections approved
for the Summer Session or Fall
Semester should make an appoint-
ment at the Academic Counselors'
Office, 108 Mason Hall, at once.
Since the Counselors will not be
available during the examination
period., this will be the only op-
portunity to have this done before
the registration periods.
Veterans attending schoolund2r
Public Law 16 are reminded that
reports of absence for the Spring
Semester are due the first day of
the final examination period, May
29, 1948. Absence report cards may
be mailed or brought to the Veter-
ans Service Bureau, 1514 Rack-
ham Bldg.
When no report is on file, the
veteran's records are incompletel
and leave cannot be approved un-
til a statement from the institu-
tion is obtained by the student
certifying the amount of absence
charged to him.
Veterans pursuing full - time
courses in schools and colleges
who are entitled to increased sub-
sistence rates by reason of de-
pendency have until July 1, to
submit proof for retroactive pay-
ments.
If veterans submit evidence July
1, they will receive retroactive
payments at the new rates back to

New rates now in effect allow
veterans with one dependent the
sum of $105 a month and $120 for
those with more than one depen-
dent. Single veterans receive $75.
Eligible veterans now in school
who are entitled to $75 or $105 do
not have to apply because Veter-
ans Administr'ation offtices have
the information required to pay
the increases autom tidcally.d
Proof of additional dependency
for the new increases consist of
photostats or certified copies of
birth in the case of dependent;
children and evidence of actual
dependency in the case of de-'
pendent parents.r
Approved studunt slmnso red so-
cil evnts for the ci in;' we('k-
end:
May 21
Delta Zeta, In ter-cooperative
Council, Inter-racial Association.
Kappa Delta, Phi Camtma Delta,
Sigma Delta Tau, Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, Sphinx, Victor C,. Vaughan.
May 22
Acacia, Adams House, Alpha
Delta Phi, Alpha Kappa Kappa,
Alpha Tau Omega, Anderson
House, Chicago House, Chi Psi,
Congregational Disciples Guild,
Cooley House, Delta Kappa Ep-
silon, Delta Sigma Delta, Delta
Upsilon, Inter-cooperative Coun-
cil, Lambda Chi Alpha, Miami
triad, Phi Kappa Psi, Prescott
House, Psi Upsilon, Sailing Club,

Freshmen and Sophomores, Col- April 1. Evidence received after

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Theta Delta Chi.
M1ay 23
Deutscher Verein, Psi Upsilon.
Students who took the tests for
prospective teachers on April 28.
call for your results and manual
on Wed. May 19. from 1-5 p.m.,
University Elementary School.
Les Corbeaux: Members of the
cast-the picture is ready in 112
Romance Language Bldg.-
The Job Opportunities Confer-
ence sponsored by the Bureau of
Appointments will not be held to-
day. This Occupational Informa-
tion Series will be resumed in the
fall.
Summer Positions: Representa-
tive of Mandeville and King Co.,
Seedsmen. will be at the Bureau of
Appointments Fri., May 21, to in-
terview men with 'ars for dealer
contact work on traveling sales
force,
Camp Positions: Men. Repre-
sentative of Camp Davajo, private
boys' camp near Brighton, Michi-
gan, will be at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments Thurs., May 20, to in-
terview men for the position of
general counselor. Experience-
Physical Education background
preferred.
For appointment, call at 201
Masonl Hall or call extension 371.
Lecture
University Lecture: Clyde R.
Miller, Professor of Education, Co-
lumbia University will speak on
"How Propaganda Shapes Our
Foreign Policy" at 8 p.m., Wed.,
May 19, Kellogg Auditorium. The
lecture is open to the public. A
special afternoon lecture for stu-
dents in the Department of Jour-
nalism will be given by Professor
Miller at 3 o'clock in Room E,
Haven Hall. Subject: "How Reli-
able Are Public Opinion Polls?"
Lecture: Mr. G. A. Pearson,
Collaborator, U. S. Forest Service,
will speak on the subject, "Man-
agement of Ponderosa Pine Cut-
over Lands." 9 a.m., Wed.. May 19,
Rackham Amphitheatre.
American Chemical Society Lee-
Round Trip $280
Steamship passage
available for students
Summer 1948
UNIVERSITY TRAVEL CO.
Harvard Square
Cambridge, Mass.
MICHIGAN
ACADEMY AWARD
WINNING FILM
A Whispered Plot of
Hate EXPOSED!

ture: "The Chemistry in Colori-
metry." Prof. M. G. Mellon, Pur-1
due University; auspices of the
University of Michigan section,
American Chemical Society. 8
p.m., Wed., May 19, 151 Chemistry
Bldg.
Academic Notices
Doctoral Examination for Nor-
man Ray Snively, Jr.. Geology;
thesis: "Genesis of the Migmatites
and Associated Pre-Cambrian For-
mations Near Bergen Park, Colo-
rado Front Range," 3 p.m., Thurs.,
May 20, 4065 Natural Science
Bldg.. Chairman, A. J. Eardley.
Bacteriology Seminar: 4 p.m.,
Thurs., May 20, Bacteriology Li-
brary, 1564 E. Medical Bldg. Sub-
ject: "Reports of Papers Present-
ed at Minneapolis Meeting of So-
ciety-of American Bacteriologists."
Open meeting.
Botanical Seminar: 4 p.m., Wed.,
May 19, 1139 Natural Science
Bldg. Papers: "Morphological

Studies in the Genus Nocardia,"
by N. M. McClung, and "Associa-
tions of Bark Inhabiting Bryophy-
tes" by Edward A. Phillips. Open
meeting.
Engineering Mechanics Semi-
nar: In conjunction with course
E. M. 123, Prof. F. A. Van den
Broek will speak on "Column For-
mulas" at 12 noon. May 20 and
21, 311 W. Engineering Bldg. All
Engineering students invited.
Engineering Mechanics Semi-
nar: 3 p.m., Thurs.. May 20, 101
W. Engineering Bldg. Mr. Caw-
thorne, of the T. S. Cawthorne
Company, will lecture on the use
and design of electrical instru-
ments. All students invited, espe-
cially mechanical engineering stu-
dents.
Geometry Seminar: 3 p.m.,
Wed., May 19, 3001 Angell Hall.
Prof. G. Y. Rainich will speak.
Psychology 88:- Final examina-
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