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____ ___ ____ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___THE MICHIIGAN DAILY

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DAILY'
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
SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1948
VOL. LVIII, No. 164
Attention June Graduates: Col-'
lege of Literature, Science, and
the Arts, School of Education,
School of Music, School of Public
Health;
Students are advised not to re-
quest grades of I or X in June.
When such grades are absolutely
imperative, the work must be
made up in time to allow your
instructor to report the make-up
grade not later than noon, June
7. Grades received after that time
may defer the student's gradua-
tion until a later date.
Sophomores, College of L.S.A.:
Results of the Sophomore Test-
ing Program are now available in
the office of the department
which you indicated as your pro-
posed field of concentration. If
that office does not have your
card, or if you did not list a spe-
cific field, your test results may
be obtained at the Office of the
Academic Counselors, 108 Mason
Hall.
Recommendations for Depart-
mental Honors: Teaching de-
partments wishing to recommend
tentative June graduates from
the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts, and the School of
Education for departmental hon-
?r ors should recommend such stu-
dents in a letter sent to the Regis-
trar's Office, Rm. 4, University
Hall, by noon of June 2.
All Public Law 16 Trainees are
requested to report to their Train-
ing Officer before the end of the
current semester to make certain
the Veterans Administration is
aware of their plans for the Sum-
mer.
Public Law 16 trainees are re-
quired to attend the Summer Ses-
sion unless specifically authorized
not to attend by their Training
Officer. Failure to obtain such
authority will result in discontin-
uance under Public Law 16.
Graduate School offices will be
closed to students on Commence-
ment day, June 12.
Graduate School offices will be
closed on Saturday morning dur-
ing the summer months.
School of Business Administra-
tion. Faculty meeting on Wed.,
May 26, at 4 p.m., Rm. 206 Tap-
pan Hall.
Student Loan Prints-All stu-
dents are reminded that the Stu-
dent Loan Prints are to be re-
turned to 206 University Hall, the
week of May 24. A fee of five cents
will be charged for each day the
picture is overdue after May 28.
Student Organization Treasurers
are urged to bring to Room 2.
University Hall, all unpaid bills
applying to the current term and
to provide full accounting of all
petty cash funds which they have
in their possession. Prompt coop-
eration is necessary to permit

proper closing of student accounts
for the current school year.
Graduating Seniors interested
in pilot training and a commission
as Ensign, U.S. Navy, are urged
to be present at North Hall, Mon.,
May 24, for interviews and phy-
sical examinations.
Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information, 201
Mason Hall:
Mlchigan State Civil Service
Commission will have a represen-
tative here Tues., May 25, to in-
terview for the following posi-
tions:
Parole and Probation Officers:
Men whose majors are psychology,
sociology, or criminology, and who
must be at least 23. Starting sal-
ary, $230-$280.
Engineers: all fields, especially
sanitary engineers.
Psychologists: men and women,
Bacteriologists.
The Rich Manufacturing Com-
pany, Battle Creek, will have a
representative here, on Wed., May
26, to interview mechanical and
metallurgical engineers.
The Kellogg Company, Battle
Creek, will have a representative

OFFICIAL BULLETIN

here on Wed., May 26, to interview
men receiving their Bachelor's De-
grees in Chemical Engineering
fob their Research Department.
The position entails applying
chemical engineering to food pro-
cesses.
Summer Positions: Representa-
tive of The Kellogg Co., Battle
Creek, will be here Wed., May 26,
to interview sophomores and jun-
iors in mechanical, electrical,
chemical, industrial engineering
and in business administration,
who are interested in general
factory work for the coming sum-
nier with the possibility of per-
manent employment following
graduation.
The Michigan Civil Service Com-
mission is looking for teachers for
State Homes, Prisons, and Train-
ing Schools, in the following
fields: Nursery, Arts and Crafts,
Home Economics, Physical Edu-
cation (Male), Industrial Arts,
Elementary Education, and Com-
mercial Subjects.
Rensselser Polytechnic Institute,
Troy, N.Y., has several assistant-
ships in chemistry open for the
year 1948-49. These are for stu-
dents who wish to work for the
Master of Science, or Doctor of
Philosophy degrees.
For further information, call at
the Bureau of Appointments, 201
Mason Hall, or call ext. 371.
U.S. Civil Service Examination
Announcement has been received
for Correctional Officer, CPC-7,
$2,694 to $3,271 yearly, for duty in
the Federal Correctional Ihsti-
tution, Milan, Mich. Closing date
is June 23. Complete details are
posted at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments.
University Community Center:
Willow Run Village.
Tues., May 25, 8:30 p.m., Wives'
Club dinner for wives who are
leaving this summer. All Uni-
versity wives in Village welcome.
Call 3120, extension 29, for reser-
vations.
Thurs., May 27, 1:45 p.m., Meet
for Kaiser-Frazer tour. Children
will enjoy this, too;
8 p.m., Arts and Crafts Group.
Faculty Members and Univer-
sity Employees:
The Board in Control of Inter-
collegiate Athletics of the Uni-
versity of Michigan extends to the
Faculty and to full-time Univer-
sity Employees the privilege to
purchase Athletic Coupon Books.
Those eligible to purchase Ath-
letic Coupon Books are as follows:
1. University Faculty and Ad-
ministration Officers.
2. Faculty members who have
been retired, but still retain fac-
ulty privileges.
3. Employees on the University
payroll who have appointments

or contracts on a full-time yearly
basis; or if on a hourly basis, are
full-time employees and have been
employed by the University for a
period of not less than twelve
months prior to the date of ap-
plication for the purchase of an
Athletic Coupon Book. The date
shown on the Employee's Univer-
sity Identification card shall be
considered as the date of employ-
ment.
4. University Employees who
are on retirement and who were
employed by the University for a
period of not less than ten years.
Athletic Coupon Books may be
purchased also for spouses and

for dependent children under 18
years of age of the above groups.
Each book issued is for the per-
sonal use of the individual for
whom it is purchased and neither
the book or the privileges accom-
panying it are transferable. The
ticket privileges and coupon book
admissions will be honored only
as long as the owner is associated
with the University. The privi-
leges cease when such association
is treminated and no refunds or
rebates will be made.
The Athletic Coupon Books may
be purchased at the Administra-
tion Building, Ferry Field, begin-
ning June 1.
The price of the coupon book
to Faculty and full-time Univer-
sity Employees is ten dollars
($10.00) tax included. By this
payrAent the owner is entitled to
a reservedseat for eaeni ef tne
home football games and general
admission to basketball, track,
wrestling, and baseball as long as
seats are available.

The price of the coupon book
for spouses and dependent child-
ren under 18 years of age of the
above groups is eight dollars and
thirty-three cents ($8.33) plus tax
of three dollars ($3.00), a total
of eleven dollars and thirty-three
cents ($11.33) for a reserved seat
for each of the home football
games. To gain general admission
to the basketball games, it will be
necessary for the owner to pur-
chase a tax ticket at the Admin-
istration Building, Ferry Field, the
day of the game. No tax tickets
will be sold at the Field House at
game time. To gain general ad-
mission to track, wrestling, and
baseball, the owner must purchase
a tax ticket at the time of enter-
ing the gate. The amount of tax
paid on these admissions shall be
based on the established prices of
admission to the event. This is in
accordance with an Internal Rev-
enue ruling.
To receive preference in loca-
tion and assurance of a ticket to

each of the home football games,
the Athletic Coupon Book should
be purchased and any additional
tickets ordered PRIOR TO AUG-
UST 1st. Formal application
blanks for football tickets will be
issued at the time the Athletic
Coupon Books are purchased.

Academic Notices
Doctoral Examination for John
Marion Hinkle, Physics; thesis:
"The Thermal Anomaly of 80Ni-
20Cr (Ni3Cr)," 3 p.m., Mon., May
24, West Council Room, Rackham
Bldg. Co-Chairmen, G.- E. Uhlen-
beck and L. Thomassen.
Concerts
The University Musical Society
announces the following cencerts
for the University year 1948-49:
Choral Union Series: Eileen Far-
rell, soprano, Oct. 6: French Na-

tional Orchestra, Charles Munch,
conductor, Oct. 25; Cleveland Or-
chest ra. Geore Szell, conductor;
November 7: Ezio Pinza, bass, Nov.
18; Clifford Curzon, pianist, Nov.
27; Boston Symphony Orchestra,
Serge Koussevitzky, conductor,
Dec. 6; Ginette Neveu, violinist,
Jan. 8; Vladimir Howoritz, pian-
ist, Feb. 11; Nathan Milstein, vio-
linist, Mar. 4; and the Chicago
Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Busch,
guest conductor, Mar. 27.
Extra Concert Series: Marian
Anderson, contralto, Oct. 14; Cin-
cinnati Symphony, Thor Johnson,
conductor, Nov. 15; Rudolf Serkin,
pianist, Dec. 3; Jascha Heitez, vio-
linist, Feb. 19; and the Indianap-
olis Symphony Orchestra, Fabien
Sevitzky, conductor, March 13.
Orders for season tickets are be-
ing accepted and filed in se-
quence; and tickets mailed Sep-
tember 15. Address: University
(Continued on Page 4)

Pilot Training
Open to Grads

The Army Aviation Cadet pilot
training program will be open tc
June University graduates, Col.
D. H. Ainsworth, Professor of Mil-
itary Science and Tactics, said
yesterday.
The Air Forces still have room
for 400 aviation cadets to begi
training in July, Col. Ainsworth
added. Applications are open for
unmarried men between the ages
of 20 and 26% who have two years
of college or its equivalent.
The training program will in-
crease in size next year, with !,300
men starting to fly in October
and more in three classes in 1949,
Col. Ainsworth added.

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