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WEDNESDAY, . OCTOBER, 6i .948

PAGE TWO

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I'AGI~ TWO WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1948
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IN AN IVORY TOWER:
General Service Building
To Be Modern, Simple

SIZE NO OBJECT:
Dentist's Drill Deters.
Meek or Muscular Men

By JOHN DAVIES
Behind the simple, modernistic
front of the General Service Build-
ing, which will open sometime in
November, lie such distinctions as
a radio station and a pent house
-of sorts.
The orange five-story structure
on. State Street also has four ele-
vators, a mammoth electric clock
-and most of the University's ad-
ministrative offices.
PLANNED before the war by the
Station WUO1V[
To Give New
radio Series
World's Literature
To Be Dramatized
WUOM, the University's new
FM broadcasting station, has an-
nounced the beginning of a spe-
cial series of programs, "Journeys
in Literature," desiged for ninth,
tenth, and eleventh grade stu-
dents in Ann Arbor High Schools.
These programs, heard each
week on Thursday afternoons
from 2:30 to 2:55, are picked up
in the classrooms on receiving sets
supplied by the Broadcasting
Service.
THE IDEA behind the new se-
ries is to supplement actual class
assignments with readings, dra-
matizations, and+ recordings of
world literature and music.
The topics are suggested by
the teachers and students them-
selves and each week the stu-
dents are invited to comment.
The first program, on which
Claribel Baird of the University
Speech Department, Ed Burrows,
and Jim Schiavone of WUOM par-
ticipated, was devoted to a dis-
cussion of writing during World
War II and a story about the life
of Tom Paine, Revolutionary pam-
phleteer.
Next Thursday's program will
continue the talks on recent
American writing and will feature,
in addition, an old Irish Folktale
read by Miss Baird.
Last Chance To Retrieve
Unsold Books at SBE
Oiwaers of unsold books at the
IPC book exchange have been
given one more chance to pick
them up before they are given to
charities.
The Exchange, located in Rm.
3C, of the Union, will be open
from 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow for
claimants to appear, Dale Drol-
linger, chairman of the exchange,
announced.

Detroit architect office of Harley,
Ellington and Day, the building
was actually started on March1 1,
1946. The contractors are Bryant
and Detwiler.
Upon entering the , General
Service Building from State
Street, one passes through a
small elevator alcove into a
handsome, marbled lobby. On
one side, heralded by a strip of
chrome letters, is a row of win-
dows for the registrar's office.
Opposite, is a similat arrange-
ment for the cashier's office.
Less scenic points of interest on
the first floor are the dean of wo-
men's office, the statistics office,
and perhaps the veteran's offices.
. . .*
WUOM, the University's new
FM radio station, has luxurious
quarters on the fifth floor. There
are four studios here, one having
a glassed-in audience room.
There's not much to the pent
house; the clock and elevator
mechanisms-that's all. No res-
taurant, though there is an em-
ployee's lunch room in the base-
ment.
There is a handsome reception
desk as you get off the elevator
on the second floor. Here is found
the presidential and vice-presi-
dential suites, the new Regents'
room, the business manager's of-
fices, and the purchasing and ac-
counting office.
THE SECOND through fourth
floors appear to be an infinite se-
ries of offices large and small.
But no one would mistake the
president's walnut-paneled office.
The third and fourth floors
house such offices as the per-
sonnel offices, industrial rela-
tions office, new's service, and
the film service. There is a lec-
ture room near the film service
office on the fourth floor.
Med Students
GetI T.B. 'Tests
Every medical student is to be
given a complete examination for
the presence of tuberculosis with-
in the next two weeks.
The examination, which in-
cludes a skin sensitivity test and a
chest X-ray, is sponsored by Ga-
lens, medical school honorary so-
ciety.
Seniors and juniors will be given
the test this week and freshmen
and sophomores next week. If a
man is' found to have tuberculosis
he will be given medical attention
immediately.
The program was started last
year by the Galens in an effort
to discover if 'medical students
contract tuberculosis while in
medical school, according to Buzz
Galloway, Galens president.
The examination is given at the
beginning of each semester.

That old saying concerning the
meek man who withstands the
dentist's drill with more courage
than the big burly fellow, is strict-
ly an "old saying," according to
Dr. Louis E. Schultz, director of
the, dental clinic in the Dentistry
Building.
There are no stock reactions for
that first fearful moment when
the dentist shoves a jaw jolting
drill into the patient's mouth.
* * *
ONE PERSON may sit in the
chair with indifference while an-
other may make his exit at the
sight of the dentist donning his
white coat. In every case it is an
individual reaction, Dr. Schultz
explained.
Possibly it is only the drill's
vibrating sound which gives the

patient an unwarranted feeling
of apprehension, he said.
Regardless of whether or not
that drill is going to hurt, over
200 patients each day have their
teeth repaired in the state spon-
sored institute. They have the op-
portunity for excellent work, pay-
ing only for the cost of material.
* * *
MANY STUDENTS make the
clinic their dentist away from
home, but use is also made of the
facilities by local residents.
Among the local patients are
300 children whose first dental
lessons are learned at the mod-
ern, well equipped children's
clinic in the Kellogg Building.
Probably any patients' sweet-
heart is the dental hygienist whose
only purpose in taking up the drill
is to clean teeth.

GREAT WELCOME FOR DEWEY-A crowd estimated at 10,000 jammed Union Station at St. Louis,
Mo., (Oct. 2) to hear Republican presidential candidate Gov. Thomas E. Dewey. Dewey ,who tried

to go through the station was wedged in and had to stand on a
brief speech.

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What's Up in the Dorms

(Editor's note: This will be a regu-
lar column printed several times
each week. All residence halls, league
houses, sororities and fraternities de-
siring information or wishing to con-
tribute should contact Dolores Pa-
lanker at The Daily or 105 Betsy Bar-
bour.)
With the coming national elec-
tions holding the spotlight, little
attention has been directed
towards local campaigns.
* * 4
IN HIS PRESIDENTIAL suite,
432 Williams House, West Quad,
Joe Stone can now reminisce over
the campaign song that won the
election for him Sept. 29,
"Vote, vote for dear old Joe
Stone,"
You take the chicken, he'll
take the bone."
from the other candidates - Mel
Reinhart, who promised pencil
sharpeners, less static in radios
(the little things): coke machine
advocator Dick Janes and Norman
Anderson whose offer of women
was not taken seriously.
Other successful Williams House
candidates are Howard Dale John-

son, vice-president, Don Fiekow-
sky, secretary, and Dick Lund,
treasurer.
JORDAN HALL'S elections took
place last week and include Mar-
got Estep, president, Florence
Anderson, vice-president, Frances
Suffness, secretary, Ann Weiner,
treasurer, and Millie Fox, social
chairman.
Along with Michigan House's
listing of new officers - John
Petter, president, Don Correll,
vice-president, Bob Burns, sec-
retary, and Tom Kerns, treasur-
er-come plans for their ex-
change dinner Thursday with
Victor Vaughan, a hayride Sept.
15 and a listening party for the
Purdue game with Mosher Hall.
Anderson House, East Quad,
also announces the following new
officers: Gil Bazil, president, Mary
Cassell, vice-president, Wallace
Rinz, social chairman, Joe Gutten-
tag, secretary, Hugh Delamater,
treasurer, Isador Polikoff, athletic
director, Bob Staley, East Quad
representative, and Bob Marietta,
academic chairman.

waiting room bench to make a I
New Officers
Appointed
By ROTC Unit
Student Officers, to direct drill
and other unit activities, have
been appointed by the University's
Naval ROTC unit.
The Battalion staff will be
headed by Battalion Commander
K. E. Thorpe, assisted by Sub-
Commander R. M. Burton.
Battalion Adjutant is W. R. Up-
thegrove, and Battalion Lieuten-
ant is R. G. Gresla. V. B. Berry
has been appointed Chief Petty
Officer.
Commander W. R. Smith of the
department of Naval Science re-
ports that the unit has received its
quota of draft exemptions. Seven-
ty-seven are for contract students
(those enrolled as regular Michi-
gan students) and 41 Regular stu-
dents.
The Regular Stidents are se-
lected from a group which took
national tests and are being sent
to the University on a scholarship,
Comdr. Smith said.

Prof. Maynard Klein, director of
the Gilbert and Sullivan Society,
has announced his cast selections
for the leading roles in the So-
ciety's forthcoming production of
"Yeoman of the Guard."
The production will feature Coh-
leen_ Jensen as Elise, Joyce Edgar
as Phoebe Meryll, Dorothy Dun-
can as Dame Carruthers, Doris
Kays as Kate, Roger Appleby as
Sir Richard, Rowland McLaugh-
lin as Col. Fairfax and Albert
Johnson as Sgt. Meryll.
* * *
OTHER LEADING roles will be
taken by Dick Norling as Leonard
Meryll, Robert Elson as Jack

Point, James Uberhorst as Wilfred
Shadbolt, James Doolittle as First
Yeoman, and Jimmie Lobaugh as
Second Yeoman.
The part of the Third Yeo-
man, which is rarely included
in American productions of
"Yeoman of the Guard," -has
been especially revived by the
local Society for this production.
It will be played by George
Baucher.
Prof. Klein will be assisted in
Ithe production of "Yeoman" " by
Tom Wilson, graduate student of
the School of Music. Don Dekker,

Leads for 'Yeoman of Guard'
Announced by Opera Director

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 tor thePresident, Room
1021 Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the
day preceding publication (11:00
a.m. Saturdays).
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1948
VOL. LIX, No. 14
Notices
Group Hospitalization and Surgi-
cal Service
During the period from Octo-
ber 5 through October 15, the
University Business Office (Room
9, University Hall), will accept
new applications as well as re-
quests for changes in contracts
now in effect. These new appli-
cations and changes become ef-
fective Dec. 5, with the first pay-
roll deduction on Nov. 30. After
Oct. 15, no new applications or
changes can be accepted until
April 1949.
Certificates of Eligibility for
participation in non-athletic ex-
tracurricular activities may be se-
cured in the Office of Student Af-
fairs, Rm. 2, University Hall,
1V'onday through Friday after-
(Continued on Page 4)
Continuous from 1 p.m.
- LAST TIMES TODAY -
ON THE
starring
Jack CARSON."Janis PAIGE
Don De FORE
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Matinees 25c

BUSINESS SERVICES
EXPERIENCED Baby Sitting. Maturet
Grad student. Call 2-0122. )9B
OLDS, '41 4-door sedan. Good condition.t
Ph. "Sen" after 7 p.m. 2-1646. )98
WESTMORELAND Sterling, Milbourne
Rose Pattern. 12 pcs, never used. Ph.
9458, evenings. )7
FORD '47 (Late) Super 8. Radio, air-
conditioned, 14,000 miles. $1775. 508
Krause. ) 6
ZENITH Portable Radio ac/dc or bat-
tery operation. Brand new, used two
wks. Rm. 209, Chicago Hse.s t
1946 FORD V-8 super deluxe 2-dr. sedan.
Clean, excellent condition. Ph. 25-
9545. )60
TYPING SERVICE
Will call for and deliver
1820 Pontiac Phone 4798 1
)7B
ALTERATIONS - Restyling - Custom
clothes, Hildegarde Shoppe, 109 E.
Washington, Telephone 2-4669. )1B
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Ph. 2-9020. )3B
BOUGHT AND SOLD-Men's used;
clothing by Ben the Tailor at Sam's
Store, 122 E. Washington. )5B
CUSHMAN Motor Scooter. Airbourn
model. Large tires, barrel springs,
practically new, fine condition. Con-
tact Fred Butt, Phone 2-3143. )4
TYPEWRITER-Factory rebuilt. Guar-
anteed 1 year. Also language type
machine $50 and up. Portables. Aero
Radio, 335 S. Main. )28
VIOLIN-About 100 years old. Fine tone.
Beautiful appearance. Complete with
bow, shoulder pad, alligator case and
waterproof cover. $200.00. Private
Owner. Call 2-3784. )96
TYPEWRITER, Underwood portable,
Little used. $50. Call Henry, 2-8785,
afternoons, except Monday and Wed-
nesday. )97
HORTENSE -- 1930 Packard, straight-
eight touring convertible sedan, Cus-
tom body. Price $150. Phone Don or
Dave, evenings 5-6. 2-8450. )95
THREE Bicycles. Two travelers bikes,
can be broken down for easy ship-
ment or storage, almost new. One
Liberty bike, used, in good condition.
Call 5559 or 2-6745. )99
THE "WHISTLE STOP" Diner is
open again. Sandwich delivery serv-
ice from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. 208 South
Fifth Ave Ph. 4585. Closed Mondays.
) 8B
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, 2-2266 or
871WIi Ypsi )6BI

WANTED-1000 HEADS!!
Be they square, round or flat
THE DASCOLA BARBERS
Liberty off State

)5W

WANTED
ONE TICKET for Illinois football game.
Call 2-6793. )8W
ONE OR TWO tickets to Ohio State
game. Write Box 139, Mich. Daily. )7W

WANTED TO TRADE
'36 PONTIAC, good running condition.
2 new tires, heater. $200 or best offer.
Call 7945. )1D
TWO WORLD SERIES Tickets for Fri.
or Sun wanted in exchange for two
Sat. tickets. Call Bob, 2-0910 after
7 p.m.)2D
FOR SALE
NATURAL LYNX Coat. Size 14. Beau-
tiful condition. A bargain. 2-5117. )92
WHIZZER Motor Bike. In good condi-
tion; accessories. A real bargain. Ph.
Lew 2-5184, 615 East U. after 4 p.m. )94
1934 FORD Tudor, new motor and tires.
Radio, heater and seat covers. Ph.
8341 )78
HIGH SCORING STADIUM FASHIONS
Come in and get your particular
grandstand styles at the
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP ) 1

CLIFF HOFF ORCH.
Judy Pardee, Vocalist, will make
your party a success. Ph. 2-8808
3P
SPECIAL!
Fine Feathers hosiery, originally
priced at $1.35 pr, NOW $1.09 pr.
3 prs. $2.99. New Fall shades.
First quality - Aver. length, size 9-10%,
RANDALLS ON STATE STREET )2P
SENIORS!
Your pictures for the 1949 Michigan-
ensian are now being taken. Make
your appointment any afternoon this
week from 2-5. Call 2-6482 for infor-
mation. Ensian Office-Student Pub-
lications Building. )1P
HELP WANTED
SODA Fountain Help. Mornings and
noon hours. Alexander Drugs. )6H
PART TIME SALESMAN. Inquire Ar-
thur Beden, 216 E. Huron. Ph. 7181
)9H
SALESLADIES. Full or part-time, ladies'
ready-to-wear. Dixie Shop, 224 S.
Main. )3H
GRAD Student in building business
needs husky student helper. Eight to
ten lirs. a day, Tuesday, Thursday,
Saturday, Sunday. Experience as ma-
son's or plasterer's helper preferred.
Write Box 141. )2H
WANTED TO RENT
GARAGE for graduate student. Prefer-
ably south or east of campus. Write
Box 140, Mich. Daily. )3N
GARAGE wanted by careful driver. Gen-
eral vicinity of East Quad. Phone
2-4591, after 7 p.m. Ask for "18 Hay-
den." ) 2N
FOR RENT
6 ROOM furnished home 25 miles from
Campus. Phone Wm. Marvin, 4183,
5:00-6:00 P.M. )3R
FOR RENT-Football weekend guest
Rooms available. Call Student Room
Bureau, 2-8827; 11-12 a.m., 6:30-8 p.m.
)2R

1 James 125cc motorcycle, $250. Never
used. 1 125cc French Motobecane
cycle, $200. Never used. 1 Servi-cycle,
$125, in very good condition.
Call 2-3173 between 9 and 5 daily.

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1948-49 LECTURE -COURSE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION
7 Distinguished Speakers
ONLY SEVEN MORE DAYS TO BUY SEASON TICKETS

PERSONAL

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HOME of GOOD FOOD fJ
418 East Washington
Phone 9717
serving
FAMILY-STYLE DINNERS
Lunch 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.
also
Righ Class SMORGASBORD
(Come and eat all you want)
Daily, except Friday, 11:30 to 1:30 and S5:00 to 8:00 P.M.
Sunday, 12 Noon to 6:00 P.M.
Catering to Wedding Breakfast and Bridge Clubs

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OCT. 12-
Robert Magidoff
Recent AP and NBC
Representative in Moscow
"WHY I WAS EXPELLED
FROM RUSSIA"

NEW LINGUAPHONE German lan-
guage records 30 lessons - $30.
Schwinn "Continental" bike, 3 Mo.'s
old. $75 when new. Still like new. $45
Box 138 )88
FORD '37 2 door, radio and
heater. 2 new tires. Special, $275,
Washtenaw Motor Sales, Inc. Phone
8864. )89
WOMAN'S white figure skates, size 5,
in excellent condition For sale or ex-
change for size 6%-7. 2-4471. Rm.
2054.Sally Morse. )90
Those good-looking Cravenetted rain-
coats at the ELIZABETH DILLON
SHOP give you such a lovely way to
be caught in the rain. Priced from
$16.95. )1
BABY PARAKEETS-Beautiful singing
canaries. Bird supplies and cages.
Ruffins Melody Bird Shop, 562 S. 7th.
)18
PURE BRED GREAT DANE
6 mos. Broke. Handles well
Excellent Health. Dark Brindle.
Male. Call 8856 after 7 p.m. 9

For Good Accommodations
Bring your overnight or
week-end guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 East Ann Phone

NOV. 1-
Raymond Gram
Swing
Noted News Analyst
"HISTORY ON THE
MARCH"
NOV. 10-
Rebecca West
Eminent English Novelist
"FAMOUS TRIALS"

NOV. 19-
John Mason Brown
Famous Critic and Author
"BROADWAY IN REVIEW"
FEB. 24-
Cornelia Otis
Skinner
Brilliant Actress and
Author
Solo - Drama:
"WIVES OF HENRY VIII"
MARCH 3-
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Celebrated French Journalist
"FRANCE - STRUGGLE
FOR CIVILIZATION"

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Ph. Jack Doney, 6978. )6L
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LOST-Ladies Wrist Watch. Rosegold
Near East Quad. Call 2-4591; Mrs.
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LOST-Pair glasses Saturday, vicinity
new Bus. Adm. Bldg or East Engr.
Quad. Phone 2-2794, Reward. )2L
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