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TIE MSICIGAN IAILY

TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1949

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Brumm To Be
Honored at
Convocation '
Prof. John L. Brumm, chairman
of the journalism department now;
on retirement furlough, will be
honored by the department at a
special convocation tomorrow at
3 p.m. in Room E, Haven Hall.
Chairman of the journalism de-
partment since 1928, Prof. Brumm
received both his A.B. and A.M.
degrees from the University in,
1904 and 1906 respectively. Start-
ing as an instructor in rhetoric in
1905, he advanced to the position
of professor of rhetoric and jour-
nalism.
'U' Press Club
Under his leadership, the social
sciences were given recognition
and emphasis in journalistic stud-
ies. The University Press Club of
Michigan was organized by Prof.
Brumm in 1918 and he served as
its secretary until last year.
Prof. Brumm is also the author
of a number of plays. Among the
best known of these are "The
Strait-Jacket," a 3-act tragedy,
and "Scrambled Ego," a one act
comedy.
Popular Toastmaster
Popular as a toastmaster in
academic and business organiza-
tions throughout the United
States, Prof. Brumm has also lec-
tured for the University Exten-
sion Service and is active in re-
ligious and political activities.
Students in the department who
have attained distinction in their
work will be cited at the opening
of the convocation when awards
from the Sigma Delta Chi and
Theta Sigma Phi, honorary jour-
nalistic fraternities, will be made.

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DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLE'TIN

ing Officer before the end of the ing Program are now available in
current semester to make certain the office of the department
the Veterans Administration is which you indicated as your pro-
aware of their plans for the Sum- posed field of concentration. If
mer. that office does not have your
Public Law 16 trainees are re- card, or if you did not list a spe-,
quired to attend the Summer Ses- cific field, your test results may,
sion unless specifically authorized be obtained at the Office of the
not to attend by their Training Academic Counselors, 108 Mason
Officer. Failure to obtain such Hall.
authority will result in discontin-I

ONE OF THE FOUR-Carol
Held, of LDusk, Wyo., was chosen
"Miss Wyoming of 1948" in a
contest at the University of
Wyoming, Laramie. She will
compete at Atlantic City next
fall.
Tkad Prints
To Cost 5 Cents
A fine of five cents a day will
be charged for all art prints which
are returned after Friday, Mrs.
Ella Wilkinson, University secre-
tary in charge of art prints,
warned yesterday.
Art prints will also be available
for rent during the summer ses-
sion, Mrs. Wilkinson indicated.
During registration week the
prints will be on display in the
West Gallery of Alumni Memorial
Hall, and they may be signed out
during the first week of classes.
Forty new art prints have been
added to the collection with the
money taken in, in rental fees this
semester..

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent is
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President. Room
1021 Angell Hall. by 3:00 p.m. on
the cay preceding publication (11:09
am. Saturdays).
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Notices
TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1948
VOL. LVIII, No. 165
Faculty Meeting, School of
Business Administration: 4 p.m.,
Wed., May 26, 206 Tappan Hall.!
Honor Guard for the 1948 Com-
mencement: Rehearsal, Water-
man Gymnasium, 4 p.m., Wed.,
May 26.
Students working in the Chem-
istry Building: All chemical ap-
paratus not needed to complete
the desk outfit must be turned in
at the dispensing room by Satur-
day noon of the week preceding
the first full week of examinations
in order to receive credit.
The entire student account will
be settled at one time, and the
account will not be re-opened to
permit the return of additional
material.
Hopwood Contestants: Those
who have won prizes should re-
ceive their letters of notification
not later than Wednesday noon.
All Public Law 16 Trainees are
requested to report to their Train-

uance under Public Law 16.-
College of L.S.A., Schools of Ed-
ucation and Music: Registration
material for the Summer Session
may now be obtained at the Reg-
istrar's Office, 4 University Hall.
Students now in residence present
student's receipt for identification.
Closing hours for Women's Resi-
dences:
1) Women students wishing to
be out of their houses .overnight
during the final examination pe-
riod may arrange permission with
their house directors. Late permis-
sions, as distinguished from over-
night permission, will be handled
by the Office of the Dean of Wom-
en and will be granted only under
very unusual circumstances.
2) Women students other than
graduating seniors are expected to
be out of their houses not later
than 24 hours after their last ex-
aminations. Graduating seniors
are expected to leave by noon of
Sunday, June 13.
3) There will be no changes in
the closing hours for women's
houses with this exception:
Thursday, June 10, 12:30 a.m.
All women's houses are notified
that beginning Mon., May 31, all
sign-out sheets should be taken
to the Office of the Dean of Wom-
en.
Sophomores, College of L.S.A.:
Results of the Sophomore Test-

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
MUSICAL
SUPPLIES
REEDS - STRINGS
We carry VAN DORN REEDS
Complete
Musical Repair
PAUL'S
MUSICAL REPAIR
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132
currentO
ON S AV IN G S
.┬░lnsured to $5,000.
Any amount opens
your account at
ANN ARBOR
Savings and Loan Assn.
116 N. Fourth Avenue
Opposite the Assets Over
Cows Houre $11,000,000

ticket privileges aInd 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
paynent the owner is entitled to
a reserved seat for each ,e ne
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
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WANTED TO BUY
WANTED-8 mm. Movie Camera and
light meter. Call 2-3282, noon or eve-
ning. ) 33
ROOM AND BOARD
SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS-- Two
meals a day at Psi U House, 1000 Hill.
Call or telephone 6490. A few rooms
also available. )42
COED: Would you like a pleasant room
and good meals in a nice Ann Arbor
home in exchange for a reasonable
amount of house work? Reply Box
118, The Daily and an interview will
be arranged. )69
FOR SALE
1942 HARLEY "45" recently overhau'led,
710 McKinley. Ph. 9692 after 7. )62
WESTINGHOUSE Table Model Radio-
Phonograph. In perfect condition and
fairly new. $37. Ph. 2-3143. )71
1 SOLITAIRE .72 diamond, platinum
Tiffany setting Call 5767 after 4 p.m.
)80
PLAYPEN, mattress, pads, shees and
blankets. $10. Ph. 2-1512. )34
FOR SALE-Westinghouse roaster, Uni-
versal hot plate, rug, brown, 8x11.
1069 Conway Court, Willow Village. )39
BARGAIN-9 drawer knee hole desk.
Walnut finish. 801 E. Huron, Apt. 2,
after 7 p.m. )47
FOR SALE-One year old 9x12 green
wool and cotton fiber rug, $15.00.
Like new, collapsible fiber board
closet $3.50. Call Dexter 5462. )63
TRAILER, 21 ft., tandem. Parked ready
for permanent occupancy. Original
cost $2000. Sacrifice $750 full price.
Why pay rent? Inquire 1880 Pack-
ard Road, evenings. )68
WHIZZER, recently overhauled, new
coil. If you need a dependable, eco-
nomical bike, see this one. Call 2-
7862 or 940 Greenwood. )23
MAN'S bicycle. Large basket $10 and
it's yours. Call or see Hugh Starks,
616 . Division. Ph. 2-0282 after 7 p.m.
)31
CANARIES beautiful singers and fe-
males and mated pairs. Bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruffins. 562 S. 7th.
)10
FOR SALE: Whizzer bike. Used four
months. Saddle Seat. Inquire Gilpins.
2740 Packard after 6 p.m. )47
SIX TUBE Minerva Radio with good
reception, volume and tone control.
Hardly used, cheap. Call Bill Roberts.
2-4591. )49
FORD-1929 Model A sedan, excellent
running condition. $200 or best of-
fer. May be seen daily outside Natural
Science. Owner in Room 4060. )52
MEN'S RALEIGH. Three speed, cable
brakes. dynohub, all accessories. Used
four months. Guaranteed perfect
condition. Original cost $100. Must
sell at $75. Phone 8747 after 8 p.m. )31
WATCH-Olympic Chronograph. Time
flys,you can't, they go at too irreg-
ular intervals. The stop watch at-
tachment will answer this riddle for
you . . . maybe. Price $39. Phone
Jack Mack, 4707. )41
BOTTLED GAS Cooking Stove and hot
water heater. Call Ypsi 3511WI. )83

FOR RENT
ROOMS for summer semester, one
block from campus, call at 802 Oak-
land, ask for Mrs. Domm )93
NEAR CAMPUS: Clean. quiet double
rooms for men students for summer
and fall. No smoking. Ph. 5372 )91
FOR RENT: For summer, two bedroom
apartment, completely furnished.
1389 Sudbury, Willow Run )84
BETWEEN GEDDES AND HILL ST.
Newly furnished front room with pri-
vate bath in private home. Adjacent to
bus line. Business or professional wo-
man or graduate student preferred.
Ph. 7852. )76
ROOMS: For suminmer and fall semes-
ters. Three blocks from campus. Call
2-8309. )85
DOUBLE ROOMS for summer and fall.
Near campus. 714 E. University. )75
LARGE DOUBLE ROOM for summer
only 1430 Cambridge. Call 23481 or
6938. )72
LOST AND FOUND
FIFTY DOLLARS reward for return of
gold pocket watch, chain, Phi Beta
Kappa Key, Phi 'Kappa Phi key and
knife. Initials on watch: W. G. M.
Call 31511, Ext. 406, Miss Goff. )89
LOST: Three keys on chain, on S. Univ.
May 20-Tel. 9310 leave message. )80
LOST: May 10, Parker 51, Silver top,
Grey bottom, James M. Schulkins,
200 Michigan Hse. $5 reward.
LOST: Brown wallet, Saturday. Vital.
A. Bodinger, 613 Hill, Ph. 4062. )74
LOST: Rhinestone bracelet at Senior
Ball. Call Marge Rutherford, 7992.)73
LOST: Elgin wristwatch, Wed., May 19,
around 410 Chem. See R. J. Good,
425 Chem. Reward. )70
LOST: Gold pin, aqua marine and
rhinestones. Saturdaynight-Allenel
Hotel. Call Miss King, 26511. Reward.
)65

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WANTED TO RENT
APARTMENT or suite for three male
students for summer semester. 512
Williams House, Phone 2-4401. )61
EXCHANGE: Adult couple will ex-
change desirable 2 room apt. in De-
troit for unfurnished apt. or flat in
Ann Arbor. Call Tyler 7-1787 after
7:00 p.m. )54
VETERAN dental student and wife de-
sire apartment beginning fall term
'48. Desirous of securing 4 year lo-
cation. Call Ralph Ritchey, 410 Lloyd
House, 2-4401. )48
SMALL furnished apartment near cam-
pus by quiet couple, non-smoking
drinking. Local references. Call Tom
9553 evenings to 9 or write Box 116,
Michigan Daily. )51
PERSONAL
JEWELRY, Watches, clocks, diamonds.
Assorted Greeting Cards. A. Spring,
Jeweler, 221 S. 4th Ave. Ph. 4834. )4
HOSIERY: Archer, Roman Stripe.
McCallun. 51 Gauge: 15, 20 & 30
Den. 45 gage: 30 Den.
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theater Building )7
PERT PASTEL PAJAMAS
seersucker shorties with eyelet trim
or the ever-popular Tommy-coat and
trouser type of pajacas, in striped or
plain chambray. $3.49 - $5.95
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )1
Sun Fun begins on Memorial Day
when you're attired in our vacation-
bound Sacony palm beach or denim
shorts, pedal-pushers, sun dresses, suits
and halters. Navy, brown, black or
white Palm Beach. Red or blue denim.
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )2
COTTON DRESSES, Tailored or Dressy
Sizes 9-15, 10-20. $10.95 and up.
CAMPUS SHOP
305 South State Street )11

BUSINESS SERVICES
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing don.
In my home. Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Phone 25-7708. )43
ALTERATIONS-RESTYLING- Cust-
om clothes. Hildegarde Shop, 109 E.
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
TYPEWRITERS
Sold - Rented - Repaired
Free pickup and delivery.
Office Equipment Service
111 S. Fourth - Ph. 2-1213 )6
PAINTING, washing Veteran students
to do all kinds of housework. For es-
timates. Call Bert 2-4401. 220 Adams
Hse. ) 88
HELP WANTED
YOUNG LADY to work at Soda foun-
tain. No evenings or Sundays. Swift's
Drug Store, 340 S. State. Phone 20534.
)5d
EXPERIENCED saleslady for ready-to-
wear department. Full and part
time. Apply in person. RANDALL'S,
306 S. State. )95
STUDENTS to sell high grade casting
rods and velocipedes in their home
territory on commission basis. Good
opportunity. Lake Mfg. Co. 411 E.
Kalamazoo St., Lansing, 12, Mich. )94
PART-TIME student assistants wanted
to work in the Engineering Research
Institute. Must possess ability to in-
terpret radar photographs for ground
control stations. Applicant should
have military training in this field,
and possess ratings M.O.S. 930142 and
0142 or APQ 13. Inquire Personnel
Office, 208 University Hall. )38

SATURDAY
MAY 29
On this night
will be selected
"MISS BLUE LANTERN
of 1948"
Blue Lantern
Ballroom
(overlooking Island Lake)
DIRECTIONS
From Ann Arbor-North on
Main St. (U.S. 23) to Grand
River (U.S. 16) Turn right. 4
Entrance 1 mile.

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Take thce Cur&e
FOR
"EXAMUS-FINALITUS"

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MICHIGAN

Thursday Evening
directly AFTER end of
last regular show.

TRANSPORTATION

WOULD LIKE ride to Wash., D.C., after
June 3rd. Share driving and expenses.
Stan Serafinski, 6284, after 5 p.m. )53
RIDERS wanter to Tulsa, Oklahoma.
via St. Louis. Depart June 8th. Call
2-3282, noon or evening. )32
DETROIT Bound Daily. 2 or 3 riders
or alternate driving wanted. See
James Tencza, X-ray dept., University
Hospital. Working hours 8-5. )56
Qualified driver wants ride to Madison,
June 11, 12 or 13. Call Lou, 6282. )81
WANTED: Ride to Grand Rapids. Mich.
June 5-6. Call after 6. 2-4561, Rm.
402. ) 77
RIDERS to share driving and expenses
to Oklahoma or Texas, leaving June
5. Call Ann Borgman, Ypsilanti, 9225
evenings. )66
DESTINATION: SAN FRANCISCO.
Leave June 8-10: Will take three rid-
ers, at $30.00 apiece one way. I do all
driving. Call Edward Suttles-2-0098.
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"BRIEF ENCOUNTER" are invited to remain for the preview.
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37 in Excellent
Harvey, 2-8765.

condition, RIDE WANTED to Florida, June 8. Ph.
)79 2-4591, 429 Anderson, Mike. )78j

SPECIAL
OFFER
1 Year of "Esquire
for only $4.33
'fAke g tage o thif is ofier now-
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The
BLUEBOOK BALL
featuring
FRANK TINKER
and His Band
SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1948
9-12 P.M.

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