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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGANDAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER~ 21, 194~

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OFF TO FACE WORLD:
Wartime Cadet Nursing
Studies End This Month

By JANET WATTS
Probably the last traces of the
University's wartime training will
vanish from the campus this
month when more than 50 Cadet
Nurses finish their studies.
Initiated during the war, the
Cadet Nursing program was fi-
nanced by the government to en-
courage nurses to stay in active
duty.
Bureau Offers
Students Aid
Students who attended the an-
nual registration meetings of the
University Bureau of Appoint-
ments may receive aid in filling
out their registration blanks at 3-5
p.m. today in Rm. 205 Mason Hall.
Staff members of the Bureau
will be on hand to answer ques-
tions about registration, and serv-
ices of the Bureau and to hand out
blanks to February, June and Au-
gust graduates who missed the
meetings.
The University School of Edu-
.ation requires that every student
be registered with the Bureau be-
fore he receives a Teacher's cer-
tiflicate.
Students who missed the meet-
tngs may pick up registration ma-
terial today and tomorrow in Rm.'
201 Mason Hall. There is no reg-
istration fee charged at this time.
A late registration fee of $1.00 is
charged by the University.

THE STUDENTS participated in
formal graduation ceremonies in
June, but their classes continued
up to October because the nursing
school operates on a three cal-
endar year basis.
The majority of the girls fin-
ished their studies Monday and
Tuesday, but some who have
missed classes will continue un-
til missed time is made up. The
last girl is scheduled to finish in
December.
The nurses will wear red rose
corsages on their uniforms and
walk out of the front door of the
University Hospital to symbolize
the end of their training days. Un-
dergrad nurses always use the
basement door at the Hospital un-
til they finish their studies. Tra-
dition holds that the girl who
walks out the front door before
her student days are over will
never graduate.
* * *
OF THE HALF hundred com-
pleting their training this month
or shortly after, about half will be
married soon.
One such girl is Muriel Ben-
nett, of Chicago, who will be
married in three weeks. She will
continue nursing at Fordson
Hospital in Detroit, however.
Mrs. Elaine Patterson, of Gay-
lord. will work in the University
Hospital. Her husband is a pre-
medical student at the University.
Give to the Red Feather

Trip Arranged
For Students
In Enginereing
To Visit Construction,
Memorial,_Railway
Third and foui'th year civil en-
gineering students will be excused
from classes tomorrow to go on an
inspection trip, which has been
arranged by Prof. Robert H. Sher-
lock of the civil engineering de-
partment.
Leaving early in the morning,
buses will first take the students
to the Whitman Barnes construc-
tion job east of Plymouth. The fu-
ture civil engineers will observe
every stage in the construction of
the industrial plant, from the
foundation work to erecting steel
work.
* * *
SECOND STOP will be the
Veterans Memorial in Detroit, a
ten story building. Seven stories of
the steel work have already been
erected and are now being riveted.
Students will inspect the concret-
ing work and the steel work re-
cently started on the upper three
stories.
After lunch in Detroit, stud-
ents will inspect that portion of
the proposed Expressway run-
ning under the Union Station.
This particular phase of the
project is nearing completion
and is a noteworthy piece of en-
gineering work, according " to
Prof. Sherlock, because the
work does not interrupt the use
of the railroad station.
Finally the group will stop to
observe the grade separations at
the intersection of a railroad and
two highways, which are now in
the process of construction.
At each stop the contractor or
engineer will act as guide, show-
ing the students around and an-
swering questions.

What's Up in the Dorms 'I

(Editor's note: Contributors to What's
Up in the Dorms should contact Do-
lores Palanker at The Daily or 105
Betsy Barbour.)
Social chairman Dave Bailey,
Wenley House, announces that
the house will have an exchange
dinner this evening with Couzens
Hall.
Twenty lucky men will go there
to meet their girls and eat while
20 others will pick up their dates
and take them to the Quad for
dinner.
Gus Rogers, former social
chairman, had started the project
when he was taken to Health
Service for observation. Commit-
teeman George King commented,
DAIL'Y
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 t, the President, Room
1021 Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the
day preceding publication (11:00
a.m. Saturdays).
THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1948

"Now the girls will actually get a
taste of what we have to face."
COUZENS HALL announces
election of the following senior
class officers: Eleanor Phipps,
president; Ruth Spletzer, vice-
president; Barbara Boggio, social
chairman; and Donna Paul, secre-
tary-treasurer.
FOUR DARING men safaried
into dangerous territory after the
game Saturday. They wanted to
see how far they could get
through the "paths and by-ways"
of Martha Cook before being dis-
covered.
Strangely enough, they man-
aged to reach the fourth floor be
fore they were detected and very
gently warned that this was "not
the thing to do."
Sunday, however, invited guests
will have an opportunity to wan-
der through Martha Cook's halls
to their hearts' content when the
girls hold open house.
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The traditional "Varsity Night"
program will be presented at 8:15
p.m., Friday, October 29.
In addition to the Michigan
Band and a number of student
acts, two professional entertain-
ers will be featured.
Playing a return engagement in
Ann Arbor will be Carl Goepping,
a ventriloquist, who is well-re-
membered for his excellent per-
formance in "Varsity Night" two
years ago.
Another professional who will
make an appearance is Karrel Fox,

a comedy magician, who is better
known as the King of Corn.
Tickets for the performance
will go on sale today at the
League, the Union, Harris Haill
and Burton Tower. Tomorrow af-
ternoon they will also be sold in
University Hall. In addition
tickets can be obtained from all
members of the band.
Give to the Red Feather

PM' Band, Varsity Acts Slated
or Varsity Night Program

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Continuous from 1 P.M.
NOW PLAYING!

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Ham Will Attend
Research Meeting
Prof. Edward B. Ham, of the ro-
mance language department, will
attend a meeting of the Canadian
Humanities Research Council Oc-
tober 30, in Montreal.
The Rockefeller Foundation,
which set up the Council in 1944
to study French culture in North
America, invited Prof. Ham to
this meeting.

VOL. LIX, No. 27
Notices
Regents' Meeting: 9 a.m., Sat.,
Nov. 13. Communications for con-
sideration at this meeting must
be in the President's hands not
later than Thurs., Nov. 4.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
Faculty, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts: The fresh-
marr five-week progress reports
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The 11,t Cinea/eayue
PRESENTS
THE FIRST PERFORMANCE OUTSIDE NEW YORK
ANDRE GIDE'S
SYMPHONIE
PASTO'RA.LE
SATURDAY, OCT. 23 - 8:30 P.M.
SUNDAY, OCT. 24 - 2:30. PM. AND 8:30 P.M.
50c. .. Box Office Opens Friday at 2.
Net Proceeds to University Faminine Fund
HILL AUDITORIUM

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TWO BURNER Hot Plate. Used two 1940 Packard, new motor, excellent con-
months. $10. Call 2-9259 after 3:45. )54 dition. $900. 931 Greenwood. 8156. )52

MICHIGAN

35c until 5 P.M.
Continuous from 1 P.M.

1930 Model A. R. M. Fisher. Univ. Ext.
2168 or 1880 Packard Rd. )42
ZENITH Transoceanic Portable Radio.
New battery. Perfect condition. Call
2-9702 after 5 p.n. )47
TICKET to Minnesota game without
transportation. Call Merrill Miller,
2-8182. )49
RADIO-Three-way portable, all-wave
Zenith Transoceanic. Sacrifice. Ph.
4191, Erwin Schroem, 210 S. Fifth. )51
CAMERA, Meteor, flash, case, light in-
dicator, other accessories, used one
month, half price. Ph. 8975. )48
PLYMOUTH Convertible, 1938. 18 miles
to gallon. 2 year old Dodge engine.
Heater. $350. Ph. 6578. )45
NEW 4 Room Bungalow, large utility
and bath, near bus route to campus.
Must sell. Call Ypsi 3562W-1. )53
MUSIC MUSIC
for Pledge Formals and Xmas Parties
by the Cliff Hoff Orch. Ph. 2-8808
)3P
ONE TICKET for Minnesota game.
Transportation on Wolverine special
included. Call Bob, 321 Lloyd, 2-4401.
)62
FIREPLACE Wood. Oak and hickory.
Ph. 4575. ) 61
Watch the Daily for the
BIG MICHIGANENSIAN CONTEST!
)60
TYPEWRITER-Royal, also Oak 6-draw-
er 3x5 card file. 2521 E. Eng. Bldg. )59
MINNESOTAGame-One Wolverine Club
combination game-train ticket. $36.50.
Ed Sprague, 2-6671. )58
MINN.-Combination train ticket on
50 yd. line. Call Mary Ann Harris,
2-5570. )57
SKIRT, SWEATER 'N BLOUSE SCOOPS
for the ideal way to stretch
/ your wardrobe.
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP )1
BABY PARAKEETS for training to
talk $6 each. Canaries, bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruff ins, 562 South 7th.
)18
FUR COAT-Lovely silverblue muskrat.
Annis. Like new. Size 16. New style.
Selling below half original price. Call
2-9538. )23
HAYWOOD-WAKEFIELD maple coffee
table, army tan custom tailored half-
coat and green blouse, size 40-42 short,
for sale cheap. Excellent condition.
Call 8403 evenings. )43
35 Cal. Remington Deer Rifle; 2 boxes
shells. $110. Ph. 2-7333 eve. )50
.40 CARAT Diamond Engagement ring,
6 small diamonds; appraised $295.00,
for $250.00. Matching wedding band,
7 small diamonds; appraised $130.00,
for $100.00. Will sell either or both.
Box 146, Mich. Daily. )44

MAKE HOMEWORK A PLEASURE
By wearing one of our washable
cotton quilted Study Coats.
Pastel colors, Sizes 12-18, $5.95
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )2
ANGORA SWEATERS
White - Pink - Blue - Green
Short Sleeve Pullovers - $5.95
RANDALL'S
306 South State Street,)3
TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS to SE Iowa Thurs. p.m. for
weekend. Contact Box 148, Michigan
Daily. )4T
HELP WANTED
MALE Pianist with dance band experi-
ence. Call5805. )3H
SODA FOUNTAIN Help, Tues. mornings
and noon hours. Call personally. Alex-
ander Drug, 727 N. Univ. )4H
WIVES of students wanted as salesgiris,
part-time and full-time workers. Ap-
ply at Mr. Dunn, S. S. Kresge Co.,
317 S. State, on the campus. )2H
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Silver ID Bracelet. Lee Edward
Paul. Please call 7125. ) 12L
LOST-'"Perfex 55" in leather case, last
week in August or first week in
September. Reward, Box 147. )10L
LOST-last week, glasses with pink
plastic rims in brown leather case.
Finder please call 6665. Reward. .)9L
LOST-Five keys on keyring between
Mosher and State Street. Phone J.
Barret, 145 Mosher Hall. )5L
LOST-DeMolay Chevalier's Ring, Men's
Lounge, State Theatre, Friday night.
Roger F. Kinnear on inside. Allen-
Rumsey, W. Q. Reward. )6L
BLACK leather billfold lost in vicinity
of State Street. Identification valu-
able to owner. Reward. Call 2-8644.
)8L
LOST-I.D. Bracelet inscribed Vernon
C. Bryant, 40066341, last Fri. nite at
pep rally. Please return to V. C.
Bryant, 414 Adams, W. Quad. )3L
LOST - Silver I.D. Bracelet, during
Northwestern game. Phone Jack W.
Rasinan, 532 Williams House. Re-
ward. )2L
LOST-One thoroughbred male. Long
shaggy blond hair. Answers to name
of Jim. Bark has southern drawl.
Finder please call 2-5553. Reward. )16L
LOST-Black leather wallet. West Eng.
Bldg., Tues. Contains identification.
Reward if returned intact. Ph. 2-0054
after 6:00 P.M. ) 15L
LOST-Northwestern game. Section 25,
row 57, collapsible umbrella, plaid
black and brown predominate. Please
return or call p.m. Carol Peterson,
7264, Vets Project, Apt. 64. Reward, 14L

PERSONAL
DON'T MISS Beta Sigma Phi Dance this
Saturday at the Masonic Temple, 9-127
Come stag or drag. Buy tickets at
door for 75c per person. . )6P
U. of Michigan coed who was at the
Cloisters in New York on June 13,
1948, please write Erich Etten, 347 E.
30 St., New York 16, N.Y. )4P
STUDENTS!!
The photographers have finished taking
over half of the pictures for the En-
sian. If you are going to get a degree
in Feb., June or August your photo
should be in the MICHIGANENSIAN.
Make an appointment any afternoon
this week from 2-5. Call 2-6482 for
information. )5P
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Football weekend guest
Rooms available. Call Student Room
Bureau, 2-8827; 11-12 a.m., 6:30-8 p.m.
)2R
WANTED
2 or 4 Tickets to Ohio State game. Call
2-7977. )6W
WANTED-Minnesota tickets. Call Bon-
nie, 2-9180 before noon. )7W
WANTED-Baby Carriage in good con-
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1 non-student ticket, or 2 if together,
for Illinois game. Contact Ann May-
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WANTED-SEWING. Miss Livingston.
315 S. Division, 2nd floor front. )3W
2 or 3 Tickets to Illinois game. Call
Dick or George, phone 2-0849. )9W
2 or more Tickets to Illinois game. Will
trade one Indiana. Call 5473 after
6:00 p.m. )8W
BUSkNESS SERVICES
STUDENT RADIO SERVICE
Owned and Operated by Students
Economical Service - All Work Guar.
Pick Up and Delivery Phone 9714
7-9 P.M. and All Day Saturday )8B
Motion Picture
PHOTOGRAPHY
COMPLETE
SCRIPT TO SCREEN SERVICE
1507 White St. Phone 8975 )6B
KNITTING done at home. Sweaters,
mittens, etc. Call Ypsi 3530J2. )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
ROYAL TYPEWRITERS
Standards - Portables
Sold - Rented - Repaired
We also buy used typewriters
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
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