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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1948

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What's Up in the Dorms j

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(Editor's note: All University-ap-
proved houses desiring information or
wishing to contribute to What's Up
in the Dorms should contact Dolores
Palanker at The Daily or 185 Betsy
Barbour.)
Fletcher Hall held its elections
last night and announce the fol-
lowing officers for the coming
year: Leo Dinnan, president;
Charles Fonville, vice-president;
Elmer Schueler, judiciary chair-
man; Clifford Fawl, treasurer;
William M. Yudkin, secretary; and
Don Theisen, social chairman.
During the campaigning which
preceded the election, one of the
candidates, 'Honest John' Kem-
part, erected a large picture of
himself with such slogans as "Vote
for 'Honest John'," and "Eight
Terms in the Hall." However,
some unknown comedian pasted
over it a picture of Joseph Stalin.
So, if 'Honest John' is wondering
why he wasn't elected.... .
FLETCHER HALL plans to hold
a listening party for the Minne-
sota game, Oct. 23.
Michigan House, West Quad,
is having its hayride at 7:30 to-
night.
They' also have announced

plans for a new lounge to be built
in Rooms 316 and 318 during the
Christmas holidoays. Michigan
House, it seems, is the only house
in Quad which doesn't yet have
its own lounge and have up un-
til now used the main lounge.
BETSY BARBOUR House will
hold an open house with cider and
donuts after the football game to-
morrow. This is becoming a reg-
ular after-game affair.
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FRED THOMPSON, president
of Wenley House, West Quad, has
appointed a new social chairman,
Dave Bailey. First social event
will be an open house at 4 p.m.
after the game tomorrow. Wenley
has invited Adelia Cheever House
as special guests.
So closely related are wolves to
the domestic and other true spe-
cies of dogs that zoologists have
been unable to find any satisfac-
tory differences, says the Encylo-
pedia Americana. It is a matter
of record that American Indians
domesticated wolves and that in
present times domestic dogs often
turn wild and join wolk packs.

Medical Club
From Texas
To Study Here
The Texans are in town this
week, but to study medicine and
not to rope any Michigan steers.
They are members of the Texas
Internationalists' Club, a group
which makes an annual trip to a
leading medical center for con-
ferences and study.
* * *
THE DOCTORS, numbering 35,
are on campus for a one-week
post- graduate course in internal
medicine. They are studying the
uses of radioactive iodine and
other subjects at the University
Hospital.
Club members include Profes-
sors from the University of
Texas and Baylor University.
Last year, the Texans' trip took
them to Walter Reed Hospital and
they plan on visiting the Univer-
sity of California next year.
A human heart pumps about
650,000 gallons of blood a year
says the World Book Encyclopedia.
This is enough liquid to fill 81
standard size tank cars.

Student Expert
PlanPued
Engineering Council
Urges Program's Use
A resolution to recommend the
introduction of the Student Expert
Program into the College of En-
gineering was passed by the En-I
-ineering Council.
Designed to give course content
and concentration information to
students, the Student Expert pro-
aram is now operating in the Col-
lege of Literature, Scienc, and the
Arts.
Working under the recently or-
ganized Activities Card system,
the council is planning class smok-
ers, , lectures, picnics, field days
and an open house for engineering
students this year.

Student Organists To Present
WeeklySeries of Broadcasts

A new radioprogram, to be
sponsored by the Student Guild
of Organists, will be presented at
4:15 p.m. Monday over WUOM.
On this program, the first of a
weekly series, Caesar Franck's
"Chorale in E-Major" will be
played by Roger Hauenstein, an
organ student, who has recently
been appointed Organist-Choir-
master of the Church of the Cove-
nant in Detroit.
* * *
OTHER MEMBERS of the Guild
will appear on later programs. In
addition to its weekly program,
the organization sponsors a num-
ber of lectures for organ students
and makes plans for its members,
as a body, to hear concerts and
recitalists.

Organized last year under the
leadership of Charles' E. Vogan,
the group is affiliated with the
American Guild of Organists.
At its first business meeting this
master of the Church of the Cove-
for the coming year. They are: J.
Bertram Strickland, President;
William B. MacGowan, Vice-Pres-
ident; Elva Wakefield, Secretary;
and Pearl Francis, Treasurer.
The old saying "You can't teach
an old dog new tricks" has been
debunked by The American Asso-
ciation for Adult Education. Ac-
cording to the World Book Ency-
clopedia, the Association sponsored
a survey which discovered that a
person's ability to learn does not
noticeably decrease in middle age.

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CAMPAIGNER-A vigorous campaigner was Sen. Robert A. Taft
of Ohio as he made a whirlwind tour of Pinellas County, Fla., in
the interests of Governor Dewey's candidacy. Here he leaps from
a boat to the dock after visiting the sponge fleet at Tarpon
Springs, Fla., and shaking hands with sponger, Manuel Vanos,
left background. A policeman offers a helping hand.

FOOTBALL FANS
ICHIGA vs. MINNESOTA
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"ankemonstration Will Be
Featured at Ordnance Show

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Tanks in action and latest in
wheeled vehicle fighting power will
be seen by members and guests of
the Arsenal-Ordnance Association
Show, jointly sponsored by the De-
troit Arsenal and the Michigan
Post of the Ordnance Association.
Regular and student members
of the University Post will leave
from the north side of the Union
at 3:30 p.m., Oct. 19, for Center-
line, Michigan, location of the Ar-
senal.
THE FAST-MOVING program
will begin at 4:45 with a demon-
stration on the test track of mod-
ern tanks and other wheeled ve-
hicles, then a plant tour through
the arsenal. The working schedule
for this day has been re-arranged
so that the entire plant will be
in full production operation.
STATE DRUG COMPANY
Photographic Department
Party Picture Service
900 SOUTH STATE ST.
Phone 4344
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After dinner action movies of
armored divisions in World War
II will be shown, and guest
speaker Major General Doyle 0.
Hickey will talk on the "Role of
Armored Vehicles in Future
Warfare."
Major General Hickey, as com-
manding general of the Third Ar-
mored Division, led the First Army
advance from the break-through
at St. Lo to the Falaise Gap.
Reservations for the trip should
be made with the Ordnance Sec-
tion, ROTC Headquarters, 512 S,
State Street.

It's a classic blouse
with a clever double colla
and pearl-buttoned front.
It's fashioned of Bates
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Arrive Willow Run
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inade by RUSTCRAFT
Order your Christmas Cards
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