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TIE MIbCIIlGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1948

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AUGUST VACATIONS-
Camp in Canadian Forests
Will Call to College Students

Film Fare Set
For Summer

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By PHYLLIS KULICK
The cool conifer forests of Can-
ada will be calling weary colle-
gians this summer as something
new in the way of vacation re-
treats opens its doors to students
from Michigan, Northwestern, De-
Musical Gronupr,
Has Intiation
Lambda Chapter, of Tau Beta
Sigma,- national bandswomen's
honor society, was initiated at the
home of Prof. William D. Revelli,
last night.
A sister fraternity to Kappa
Kappa Psi, the society is an out-
growth of the U of M Bands-
women's Club.
Local officers of Tau Beta Sig-
ma are Bernadette Griffen, presi-
dent; Charlene Symmonds, vice-
president; Virginia Hourigan:1,
secretary; and Jean Ayling, treas-
urer.
Initiated at the meeting were'
Mary Kelly, Dorothy Woodbury,
Leah Chastaine, Elaine Parker,
Dolores Gilliam, Jean Kelle, Joyce
Baker, Phylis Loetz.

Pauw, Pennsylvania, Bucknell and
Montana.
Head-counselored by enterpris-
ing Buck Dawson, Camp Bill-O-
Wood will operate for an exclu-I
sively college crowd for three
weeks beginning August 25.
An easy day's drive from Annl
Arbor, the retreat is picturesquelyj
situated on a hill between three
lakes near Blind River,,Ontario.
It's program offers every type of
outdoor sport and plenty of social
life, besides, chimed in Dawson.
Run all summer as a camp forI
youngsters, a plan was conceived
last year to try an all-college
camp between the summer and
fall semesters at the conclusion1
of the regular camp season. Thea
idea clicked as 40 work-worn stu-
dents broke away for some health
and fun before returning to the
fall grind.I
Adele Hager, yodelling song-f
stress of the Casbah, will lead the
evenings' entertainment. French-I
Canadian cooks and Indians lend
to the atmosphere of the vacation
playland.
"Rates are kept low for the
one, two or three week periods,"
Dawson explained, "because the
overhead of the camp is largely
covered. during the regular sea-
son."
Catering Award Won
By Former 'U' Student
The First Annual Award for
University caterers, presented by
Ann Arbor restaurateurs recently,
went to Houston Burdette, caterer
and cook at the Beta Theta Pi
fraternity.
Burdette was commended for

Art Cinemia League
Continuies 0j ration
The Art Cinema League met
and made plans for pictures to be
presented during the summer ses-
sion,
Manager Norman Rappaport
said that there will be several
films shown this summer, two of!
which will be, "Fanny", and "Far-!
rebique", both French pictures.
He said the League would con-
tinue its present price and adver-
tizing policies, the only change
being thawtlth)ctures wuld be
shown at Hill Auiltolium and the
Architecture Auditorium during
the summer, instead of at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
"The films are chosen for in-
struction as well as entertain-
ment," he said, "And we expect
that as in the past, the Art. Cin-
ema League will continue its ser-
vice of showing good foreign films
to students who otherwise would-
n't be able to see them."

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
I!,mbers of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
pe written form to the office of the
Asistant to the President, Room
(iarilkonnieurs To
(i ellce Here
The annual congress of the
North American Guild of Caril-
loimeurs will be held at the Uni-
v rsity Monday through Wednes-
day, June 14-16, Prof. Percival
Price, University carillonneur, an-
nounced recently.
During the visit of the 30 caril-
lonneurs, there will be a public ex-
hibit of carillon materials in the
Rackham building. Included will
be casts of bells, shapes of bells,
diagrams and photographs of bell
towers, and music for the carillon.

1 021 Angell Hall, by 3:00 p m. n
the day preceding publication (1 :0R
a.m. SatuIrdays).
Notices
WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1948
VOL. LVIII, No. 166
Commencement Exercises will
1e held at 5 p.m., June 12, on Fer-E
I y Field, weather permitting, oth-
=rwise in Yost Field House. Tick-
ets will be availablefor distribu-
tion at the Information Desk,
Room 1, University Hall, Thurs-
Jay morning, May 27. Upon pre-I
sentation of identification card
each eligible graduate may ob-
tain not more than five tickets for
Ferry Field and, owing to lack of
space, not more than two for Yost
Field House.
-IIerb rt G. Watkins,
Secretary
Student Accounts: Your atten-
tion is called to the following rules
passed by the Regents at their
meetingbon Februaryn28, 1936:
"Students shall pay all accounts
due the University not later than
the last day of classes of each se-
mester or summer session. Stu-

dent loans which are not paid or
renewed are subject to this regu-
lation; however, student loans not
yet due are exempt. Any unpaid
accounts at the close of business
on the last day of classes will be
reported to the Cashier of the,
University and
" a) All academic credits will
be withheld, the grades for the se-
mester or summer session just
completed will not be released,
and no transcript of credits will be
issued.
"(b) All students owing such ac-
counts will not be allowed to regis-I
ter in any subsequent semester or
summer session until payments has
been made."
Herbert G. Watkins
SecretaryI
Engineering seniors who have
ordered graduation announce-
ments must pick them up today at
217 W. Engineering Bldg. A few
extras are available.
Library Hours: The General Li-
brary and other Campus Libraries
will be open on Mon., May 31.
Libraries will close at 6 p.m.
daily, beginning Wed., June 9.
The General Library will close
at 3 p.m., Sat., June 12, Com-
mencement Day.
During the period between June
9 and 21 most Libraries will op-
erate on short schedules which are
announced on Library bulletin
boards.
All Libraries will open on full
schedules on Mon., June 21.
All students having Library:
books:

1. Students having in their pos-
session books borrowed from the
General Library or its branches1
are notified that such books are;
due Wed... June 2.
2. Students having special need'
for certain books between June 2
and 11 may retain such books for
that period by renewing them at
the Charging Desk.
3. The names of all students
who have not cleared their rec-
ords at the Library by Fri., June
11, will be sent to the Cashier's
Office and their credits and
grades will be withheld until their
records are cleared in compliance
with the regulations of the Re-
gents.
Students working in the Chem-

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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.
Student Directory: Deadline for
all material, June 15. Faculty
members changing address after
June 1 or desiring listings other
than those on file with Deans' of-
fices are requested to send cor-
rections to the Directory at Stu-
dent Publications Bldg.
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ROOM AND BOARD
COED: Would you like a pleasant room
and good meals n 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
MISCELLANEOUS
SUMMER openings in licensed day
nursery for infants and toddlers. Call
8293, days only. )2a
BUSINESS SERVICES
TOPPER SALE
A group of al-wool toppers
reduced 2%. $35-$40 now $29
$26-$30 now $19. Sizes 9-15.
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )23
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing don
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Phone 25-7708. )43
ALTRATIONS-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
Bold - Rented - Repaired
Free pickup and delivery.
Office Equipment Service
111 S. Fourth - Ph. 2-1213 )66
PAINTING, washing Veteran students
to do all kinds of housework. For es-
timates. Call Bert 2-4401. 220 Adams
Hse. )88
FOR SALE
RADIO-PHONOGRAPH combination,
$18; 7 tube, 3 band radio.lpushbut-
tons, $28; wired radio transmitter
with microphone, $15. 211 Michigan
House. Ph. 2-4401. )7c
MENS BALLOON tire bike - $15.00.
Basket, chain guard, good tires -
Phone 6588, Ken Kaempfer. )3c
BEST CASH OFFER buys 4 room com-
pletely furnished electrically equip-
ped house with lake privileges, 1
block from Whitmore Lake. 9118 Gar-
field Dr. Phone owner W. L. 4332. )8b
ALMOST NEW Remington typewriter.
14"carriage; Corona portable; 5'
walnut desk and swivel chair -
Phone 2-7265. )4b
2 RALEIGH bicycles. Mans and
womans. Perfect condition. Kennedy
Apartment 1, 618 Packard. )3b
1941 FORD coupe. Radio and Heater.
Call 27862. 940 Greenwood. )lb
SUMMER school students - Man's
bike has new: tires, basket, chain
guard, crank, pedals, paint. Needs
new owner. $25.00. See the "Red
Peril" at 940 Greenwood or call
27862. )9a
LAST CHANCE for a good buy in new
golf clubs - see them at 1320 North
University, near Forest. )5a
STEEL wardrobe. Good condition. Ph.
7253, after 6 o'clock. )la
1942 HARLEY "45" recently overhauled,
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
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
WHIZZER, recently overhauled, new
coil. If you need a dependable, eco-
nomical bike, see this one. Call 2-
7862 or 940 Greenwood. )23
CANARIES beautiful singers and fe-
males and mated pairs. Bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruffins. 562 S. 7th.
)10
BOTTLED GAS Cooking Stove and hot
water heater. Call Ypsi 3511WL. )83

WANTED TO RENT
COUPLE DESIRE apartment in or near
Ann Arbor. Immediate occupancy.
Write Box 120, Michigan Daily. )4c
SMALL APT. June 15 to Aug. 15. Cen-
trally located. Phone 23968 after 6.
)l c
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
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
LOST AND FOUND
$5.00 REWARD for return of Sheaffer
pen and pencil in case marked Lake
Louise. Lost Friday near Health
Service. Call 24561, Room 367 if you
have it, PLEASE. )8c
COTTON SALE
A group of cotton dresses reduced
20%1. $14.95 now $11.96: $10.95 now
$8.76 etc. Sizes 9-15, 10-18
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )25
WHOEVER is using my brown felt hat
for a flower pot, please return. Lost
last week. Vince Lowenberg 2-2996.)7b
WILL WHOEVER accidently picked up
my History 39 notes and clipboard in
Angel Hall last Monday, please call
Waldron - 2-6146. Important-! )7a
LOST-Plastic rimmed glasses. Call
David Peterson, 2-4591. )3a
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: 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. Saturday night-Alenel
Hotel. Call Miss King, 26511. Reward.
)65
FOR RENT
CLEAN COMFORTABLE double room
and suite near Burns park. Summer
session only. Ph. 2-1600. )6c
ROOMS for boys-summer and fall-
use of Bendex. $6.00 per week. 1103
Packard - 20845. )9b
FURNISHED campus apartment avail-
able for married couple - June 10
thru August 31. Must be a veteran
and summer school student. Write
Box 119 or call 2-7494. )6b
ROOMS for male students. Summer
and fall term. One block from cam-
pus. 808 Oakland. )5b
LARGE DOUBLE room for summer
only. Call 2-3481 or 6938. )72
NICE DOUBLE room near campus for
graduate girls for summer. Twin
beds. 829 Tappan Ave. 8321. )6a
WILLOW VILLAGE: 1 bedroom apt.
completely furnished for rent TO
VETERAN for 8 wks. summer school
period for $100. Electric refrigerator,
bottled gas stove. See to appreciate.
1953 Sudbury after 6:00 p.m. )4a
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 summer and fall semes-
ters. Three blocks from campus. Call
2-8309. )85
DOUBLE ROOMS for summer and fall.
Near campus. 714 E. University. )75

TOPPER SALE
A group cf all-wool toppers
reduced 20%. $35-$40 now $29
$26-$30 now $19. Sizes 9-15.
COUSINS ON STATE STREET

Friday! "YOU WERE MEANT FOR ME"

HELP WANTED

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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
PERSONAL

COTTON BLOUSE SALE
group of cotton blouses reduced
20%. White eyelet peasant blouses,
broadcloths and batistes.
sizes 30-30, 9-15.
COUSINS ON STATE STREET

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1/4 OFF on all cashmeres
1/3 OFF on all wool cardigans
CAMPUS SHOP
305 South State Street

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Pack your vacation bags
with a tub-able, wrinkleproof
shantung dress or suit. Then add
a dash of Bemberg sheer for sheer-
ness on dressy occasions plus a
socony ciella jersey casual dress that
won't muss - and you'll travel well
in the best circles. All priced $10.95
to $29.95.
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )
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
TRANSPORTATION
COTTON BLOUSE SALE
group of cotton blouses reduced
20%. White eyelet peasant blouses,
broadcloths and batistes.
sizes 30-36. 9-15.
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )22
WANTED: 3 passengers to Los Angeles,
leaving June 10th. Help to drive, $25
each, Ph. 2-4591 after 7 p.m. Strauss
House, room 402. ) 5c
LEAVING FOR Ames, Iowa June 2nd.
Will take anyone going to Chicago
or beyond. Call Vernon 2-2095. )2c
RIDE WANTED afternoon June 2 by
student, wife and daughter to
vicinity of Ft. Wayne, Ind. Share
expenses and driving. Ph. Ypsi.
3514J11. )2b
DRIVING to Ft. Benning, Ga., June
4th. Would like 2-3 riders. Call 2-1101
after 8 p.m. )8a
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
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.
)64
RIDE WANTED to Florida, June 8. Ph.
2-4591, 429 Anderson, Mike. )78

AJOG449 oodaueea e..and aFUTURE
f rx 35 RIGHT YOUNG MEN
First. ct us tell you who we are. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane are
brokers in securities and connnoditi-s, as well as underwriters and distribu-
tors of security issues.
We think it's pretty important what people do with the money they save -
so important that the job of helping thiem with their investments should be
handled only by men who are equipped for that work by character, intelligence,
and thorough training. The same holds true for men who help move our great
colno(lity crops to market. For qualified young men, we think there's a real
opportunity in the investment and commodity )usinesS.
Three years ago, we organized tile first class in the Merrill Lynch Training
School for approximately 130 carefully selected young i en. We hired them to go
to school under top-fliglr teachers for six months. Then they took jobs in various
of our 97 brancl oflices, nost of diiem in or near their old himie towns.
The Training School was a success. Six classes have now graduated, and a
seventh is in session. Almost 200 men (and two women) have completed the
course, and almost uniformly they have rolled up excellent selling records.
Some of them have already advanced in the home or field offices.
Because they have made good, we are organizing an Eighth
Training School Class.
In this class, beginning August 2 in New York City, we will give
the course to the 35 best men (or women) we can find.
These people will be paild while they learn. The rates of pay are
varied on the basis of marital status and working (or military)
experience. (Average for current class: $270 per month).
On successful completion of the course, each of these people
will have a good job and, we hope, a good future.
If you would like tob e considered for admission to this course, we obviously
have to know a good deal about you. For instance, as a starter, we want the fol-
lowing information:
1. Name, address, age, marital status
2. Experience, working and military
3. Educational record (degrees, courses of major interest, grades)
4. Extracurricular activities and interests
5. Why do you think you would be interested in a career in the securities
business?
6. What do you consider would represent success when you have
reached the halfway mark in your business career?
If you would like to apply formally for admission to the Eighth Merrill
Lynch Training School Class, write down the answers to these questions, plus any-
thing else you'd like to tell us about yourself, and bring them 1o me or mail
them to me before July 9th.
CYRUS H. KING, Partner

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COTTON SALE
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COUSINS ON STATE STREET )24

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