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ATTENyTIO ENiGINERS:
Engine Booklet Features
Facts of Life at Michigan

A booklet intended to dig engi-
neers from their traditional
apathy toward campus activities
has been designed by Engineer-
ing Council and Trigon, honorary
engineering society.
Entitled "What Every' Young
Engineer Should Know," or "The
Facts of Life at Michigan," the
pamphlet 'presents a brief synop-
Civic Theatr
T Give oice
Of the Turtle'
The Ann Arbor Civic Theatre's
production of John van Druten's
popular wartime comedy, "The
Voice of the Turtle," opens at 8:30
p.m. tomorrow at Slauson Junior
High School.
It is the story of an ingenuous
girl, who, after an unfortunate
love affair resolves never to let
love enter her life again.
* * *
HOW SHE IS made to fall in
love through a back door approachI
provides the major dramatic in-
tefest and the bulk of the laughs.
The leads in the production
will be handled by two Univer-
sity students, Mary Lou Bram-
well in the role of Sally Middle-
ton and Morris M. Winer as Bill
Page, the soldier with whom
Sally falls in love.
Mrs. Marie D. Miller, Civic
Theatre secretary, provides the
complications in the part of Olive
Lashbrooke.
OTHER STUDENTS partici-
pating in the production are Laird
Brooks, director; Jerry Ryan,
stage manager; John Sargent,
sets; and Bill Bromfield and Dick
Flanagan,,finance.
Tickets for tomorrow's perform-
ance, a benefit theatre party for
Hadassah's campaign to raise
funds for Israel are on sale at Kes-
sel's. Tickets for Thursday, Fri-
day, or Saturday may be obtained
at Jacobson's.
Jaroff...
(Continued from Page 1)

sis of camp's affairs both within
and outside the Engineering
school.
OPENING with a welcome and
some understanding advice from
Dean Ivan C. Crowford, the book-
let also includes a brief descrip-
tion of the history and traditions
of the Engineering college.
Several pages are devoted to
the Honor System, under which
all Engineering professors give
their exams.
The purpose of the many engi-
neering organizations are ex-
plained and the several engineer-
ing honorary societies offerinf:
recognition for high scholastic
standing are individually men-
tioned with their activities.
LAST BUT not least is the
summary of the history and objec-
tives of the four campus-wide
publications, the Technic, The
Daily, Michigainensian and the
Gargoyle.
Stan Saulson and Helen Stri-
ho were editors and Dan Dwor-
sky deserves credit for the clever
drawings included in it.
Preliminary distribution of the
book will be made to freshmen and
transfer students tomorrow and
Thursday at the Technic Booth in
front of the West Engineering
Arch.
Future distribution will be made
to incoming students at the time
of registration. Copies have also
been sent to major campus organi-
zations.
Political Group
Will Petition

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletinis 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).
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1948
VOL. LIX, No. 31
Notices
Five-Week Grades for All Fresh-
man Engineers are due in Dean
Crawford's Office not later than
Sat., Oct. 30.
Teacher's Certificate Candi-
dates: All February candidates for
the teacher's certificate may take
the Teacher's Oath on Nov. 4 and
5, between 8 a.m.-12 noon and 1-5
p.m., Rm. 1437 University Elemen-
tary School. This is a require-
ment for the teacher's certificate.
Political Science Graduate Stu-
dents: The bulletin board outside
Rm. 2035 Angell Hall will be used
for communications to and from
the Organizational Committee of
the "Round Table." All political
science graduate students, and
particularly those participating in
programs, are urged to make use
of this facility.
Influenza in iections-Advised.
1. At Health Service building.
2. Observe schedule according
to alphabet and group.
3. Those known to be sensitive
to eggs, horses, cats, or very al-
lergic to other things, asked to
wait until later during week of
Nov. 8 to 12.
4. Hours 8-11:45 and 1-5.
5. Be able easily to bare upper

MELEE ABOUT MIDFIELD-Back Billy Bye of Minnesota carries the ball for an 8 yard gain near
midfield but Michigan secondaries are plugging up the hole in the line at game in Minneapolis,
Minn. (Oct. 23). Identifiable players: Michigan 38, Dick Kempthorn; 53, Center Bob Erben; 76,
Tackle Ralph Kohl; 69, Tackle Joe Soboleski; 84, End Irv Wisniewski; Minnesota, 33, End Mary
Hein, 19, Fullback Ken Beiersdorf, 73, Tackle Leo Nomellini. Michigan won 27 to 14.

2. Enter south door near Dental
Bldg. Stop at Cashier's office.
Join line downstairs.
3. No spouses, except student
wives, nor children.
4. 8-9 a.m. favorable time.
5. November 1 - A to C (inc.)
November 2 - D to H (inc.)
November 3 - I to M (inc.)
November 4 - N to S (inc.)
November 5 - T to Z (inc.)
6. All except student wives bring
University Card.
Seniors and Graduate Students:
Mr. C. C. LaVene, of Douglas
Aircraft Co., Inc., will be here
Wed., Thurs., and Fri., Oct. 27,
28, and 29, to interview seniors
and graduate students. Their par-
ticular needs are:
1) Graduate engineers in the
fields of aeronautics, mechanical,
civil or electrical who are inter-
ested in mechanical and structural
design, power plant installation
design, and equipment installa-
tion design work on the board.
2) Aeronautical engineers. with
advanced degrees who have spe-
cialized in high speed aerodynam-
ics, compressibility and stress an-
alysis.
3) Electrical engineers with ad-
vanced degrees in the field of
communications.
4) Physicists with advanced
degrees who have specialized in
nuclear physics, physical chemis-
try, electronics and fluid flow.
5) Mathematicians with ad-
vanced degrees who are interested
in applied mathematics and sta-
tistics.
6) Mechanical engineers with
advanced degrees who have placed
emphasis o n thermodynamics,
heat exchanging, etc.
Application blanks obtainable
in Rm. 1079 E. Engineering Bldg.
United States Civil Service Com-
mission announces an examina-
tion for the rating of Junior Sci-
entist, for filling the positions of
mathematician, metallurgist, and
physicist. Further information
may be abtained from the office
of the Bureau of Appointments,
201 Mason Hall, or by calling Ex-
tension 371.

University Community Center,
Willow Village
Tues., Oct. 26, 8 p.m. Wives'
Club. Program-"A New Look for
Your Face." Demonstration by
Joy Early. Everybody invited.
Wed., Oct. 27, 8 p.m.. Ceramics.
Choir practice.
Thurs., Oct. 28, 8 p.m. Ceramics,
Crafts.
Fri., Oct. 29, 8 p.m. Faculty
Wives' tea for new members.
Lectures
Lecture. "Cavities and Cavita-
tion" (illustrated). Dr. J. Harold
Wayland, director, Underwater
Ordnance Division, Naval Ord-
nance Testing Station, Inyokern,
Calif.; auspices of*.the College of
Engineering. 4:15 P.M., Tues., Oct.
26, Room 328, East Engineering
Bldg.
University Lecture in Journal-
ism, sponsored by the Department
of Journalism: Russell Barnes,
foreign affairs commentator of
The Detroit News, will speak on
"What Does Russia Want?" at 8
p.m., Wed., Oct. 27, Rackham
Amphitheatre. The lecture is open
to the public. Mr. Barnes will ad-
dress journalism students in the
classes in "American Newspaper"
and "Newspaper Problems" and
other interested students at 3 p.m.,
Wed., Rm. E, Haven Hall.
Academic Notices
Geometry Seminar: 3 p.m.,
Wed., Oct. 27, Rm. 3001 Angell
Hall. Mr. C. C. Buck will speak on
Various Inner Products Defined
for Real Vector Spaces.

my face for what I thought was
the last time, I thought regret-
fully, 'Minnesota has to be win-
ning 7 to 0 when I- leave this
world'!'"
On the basis of this report, Ja-
roff would have deserved a post-
humus monument for school
spirit. But as it happened he found
himself a moment later, very much
alive, and with the preciseness of
an engineer, straddling the cen-
terline of Plymouth road.
Not only did Jaroff escape with
a few scratches, but Bolonga land-
ed, unhurt, in a ditch 20 feet be-
hind him.
"Tiny" Konikow, '50D, John Har-
lan, '50E, Phoburn Stiles, '50E and
Russ Harrison, '52E, who were left
in the driverless and careening
car came out alright too. Konikow
managed to grab the steering
wheel and bring the vehicle under
control.
So Jaroff reports the grand to-
tals of one smashed fender, one
ripped overcoat and one slightly
damaged all-out Michigan rooter.

Regents on Banl
Following is the text of the pe-
tition which the newly formed
Committee to Abolish the Political
Ban plans to present with 10,000
signatures to the University Re-
gents.
"We the undersigned, favor the
unhindered exercise of the right
of all persons regardless of race,
creed, color or political affiliation
to freedom of speech on this cam-
pus. -We believe that the imposi-
tion of a ban on political speeches
by the University is contrary to
American democratic traditions
and a repudiation of the professed
objective of higher education-the
development of an informed and
enlightened citizenry.
"We, therefore, request that this
ban on political speeches be re-
moved. Finally, since the Univer-
sity has refused to allow spontane-
ous discussions on the diagonal by
calling them political in nature, we
suggest thatarconvenient place be
set aside where such impromptu
discussions may be encouraged."
The next meeting of the group,
whose sponsors say is open to all
those who wish to take part in the
campaign, will be held at 4 p.m.
Friday in the Union.
Pre-Med Movie
The University Pre-Med Society
will present two films at 7:30 p.m.
tomorrow in Rm. 3-G, Union.
A factual film, "Human Repro-
duction," will explain the process
of human birth. "Medical Service
Second to None" will show the
services VA medical facilities offer

Art Collection
.Depicts Life
In Michigan
Exhibition Includes
Prof. Lopez's Works
"Michigan on Campus," a col-
lection of 100 paintings depicting
present-day life in this state, will
be on exhibition at the Rackham
Galleries from Friday, October 29
through November 11.
Coming here from Saginaw, the
collection has been seen by nearly
75,000 people since it first went on
display in February, 1948.
Sponsored by the J. L. Hudson
Company of Detroit, the paintings
were done by ten of Ame'rica's out-
standing artists, including a Uni-
versity faculty member, Profes-
sor Carlos Lopez of the College o
Architecture.
THE SUBJECTS include indus-
try, agriculture, wild life, educa-
tion, lake shipping-in fact, near-
ly every phase of Michigan life is
portrayed.
The project was started in No-
vember, 1946 when ten artists
were commissioned by an Advis-
ory Board made up of many
prominent Michigan art direc-
tors and critics.
Of the ten, four are in some way
associated with Michigan. Besides
Professor Lopez, there is Zoltan
Sepeshy, Director of Painting at
the Cranbrook Academy of Art;
Detroit-born David Fredenthal;
and John DeMartelly, instructor
in art at Michigan State College
and at Cranbroon.
STAGE COACH
INN
AA STEAKS - SEA FOODS
FRIED CHICKEN
PARTIES - BANQUETS
RECEPTIONS
For Reservations Call 6004
503 East Huron St.

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Contributors to
What's Up in the Dorms should con-
tact Dolores Palanker at The Daily
or 105 Betsy Barbour.)
The Lloyd House Barn Dance
held last Saturday evening turned
out to be a whopping big affair.
Al Haffner and Bris Hunter, social
chairman who planned the Barn
Dance, have totaled the dance sta-
tistics and the record-breaking re-
sults speak for themselves.
A motorcade of four buses was
needed to transport the 83 couples
to and from the University Fresh
Air Camp where the dance was
held.CSome 20 dozen hot dogs and
seven cases of coke were consumed
during the course of the evening.
A PEP RALLY was held night
before last in the Greene House
dining room to stimulate new-
comers with a little of the spirit
which has enabled Greene to keep
the inter-house athletic trophy for
three consecutive years.
Guest speakers were Dom To-
masi, captain of this year's Wol-
verines, and Don Murray, former
Greene House man who was voted
best athlete of the year. For more
encouragement, just in case it
were needed, food and drink were
served.
Packed into a double semi-trail-
er truck last Saturday night, 70
Greene House men and their gals
traveled 15 miles to Saline Valley
Farms where they spent a hilari-
ous evening.
The hall, decorated with corn

stalks and leaves in typical fall
colors, echoed with the Virginia
Reel and square dance led by John
Schlee. In regularsfall style, cider
and donuts were served.
* * *
SUNDAY .NIGHT something
happened to the lights at West
Quad and the entire building was
plunged into total darkness. Even
the switchboard was out of order.
Like all normal human beings who
are just waiting for an excuse
to break away from their studies,
many of the men took off for the
movies which may account for the
longer-than-usual lines at the
theatres.
* * *
ANOTHER honest woman was
found aMi Betsy Barbour the other
day when one of the girls put a
nickel in the pay phone and hit
the jackpot. A dollar fifty in quar-
ters and dimes poured out. She
turned it in the house mother.
James P. Adams
To Speak Tonight
Provost James P. Adams will
lecture at 7 p.m. tonight in Room
110 of the University Library, on
"Organization and Administrative
Policies of the University of Mich-
igan."
The lecture is part of a course
in problems in higher education.
It is open to anyone interested in
University affairs.

Mathematics Colloquium:
p.m., Tues., Oct. 26, Rm. 32011
gell Hall. Dr. . E. Moise
speak on The Method of Grille1
(Continued on Page 4)

arm.
6. No parking space.
7. Questions directed
Minkley, Ext. 2311.

What's Up in the Dorm s

,save
and
iEarn
2% Current Rate.

to Mrs.I

Students (only):
1. October 26 - A & B
October 27 - C & D
October 28 - E, F, G
October 29 - H, I, J
November 1 - K, L
November 2 - M, N, O
November 3 - P, Q, R
November 4 - S
November 5 - T, thru Z
2. No charge for injections with-
in dates listed. Charge for in-
jections afterward.
3. Enter building at north door
next to Felch Park - do not
cross front lawn.
4. Bring identification card.
Faculty, Employees, and Stu-
dent Wives (only):
1. Charge of $1.00.

CHRISTMAS
CARDS
your friends will frame.
Beautiful French Etchings.
Gift wrappings and ribbon.
Royal typewriters
Rent a typewriter
OFFICE EQUIPMENT
SERVICE CO.
1116 S. University Ph. 2-9409

Savings insured to $5,000. Any
amount opens your account.'
ANN ARBOR
FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN.
116 N. Fourth Avenue
Opposite the Assets Over
Court House $11,000,000

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W HY GO HUNGRY WHEN
STUDYING FOR BLUEBOOKS?
Call 4585
for-
Prompt Sandwich Delivery Service
Minimum Order $1.25
Open 6 P.M. to 2 A.M. Fri., Sat. till 4 A.M. -
Closed Monday
The "WHISTLE STOP"

TYPEWRITERS
Office and Portable Models
of all makes
Sold,
Bought,
Rented, "
Repaired
STATIONERY & SUPPLIES
0. D. MORRI LL
314 South State St.
G. I. Requisitions Accepted
Continuous from 1 P.M.
- Today and Wednesday -
SHAME and GUILT
HIDDEN f GLORY.

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FRIGIDAIRE-Apt. size, good condition.
$125. 807 S. State, 2-3210. )73
1946 FORD V-8 super deluxe 2-door
sedan, clean, good cond. Ph. 25-9545.
)71
COLORFUL WINTER CLASSICS
to mix and match as you please
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP )1
A BLACK Winter Coat. Double lining,
medium size. Phone 7907 before 10
a.m. )74
1940 Packard, new motor, excellent con-
dition. $900. 931 Greenwood. 8156. )52
NEW 4 Room Bungalow, large utility
and bath, near bus route to campus.
Must sell. Call Ypsi 3562W-1. )53
FIREPLACE Wood. Oak and hickory.
Ph. 4575. )61
DRESS SUIT-Worn only 4 times. Beau-
tifully tailored. Size 39-40. $40. Call
Mich. Union, 331, after 4:30. )67
MEN'S Suit, Topcoat, Wool-lined Jacket
and Tuxedo, all size 37 and in excel-
lent condition. Phone 2-6692 and ask
for Vic or Bill. )75
SHORT SLEEVE PULLOVERS
$3.95 and $4.95. Sizes 34-40.
Your Choice of Colors
COUSINS ON STATE STREET ) 2
11%,12 ACRES LAND, 200 foot frontage on
Little Bass Lake, 7 miles from Inter-
lochen National Music Camp. Wm. H.
DeLorme. Box 24, Karlin, Mich. )72
CROSLEY, beautiful, green sedan, late
1947, motor just completely over-
hauled, radio, heater, defroster and
other extras. $625. Will trade. 3060
Washtenaw, 2-7833. )70
DEENA 8 GORE SLIPS
the fine rayon slip that
WON'T RIDE UP
new longer lengths-white only
$2.95 to $5.95. Sizes 32-36
RANDALL'S.
306 South State Street )3
PRIVATE Owner has 1948 Mercury con-
vertible coupe, low mileage, radio,
heater. Will sell reasonably. See car
at 625 Forest or call 2-4165. )69
2 Single Breasted Men's Suits, overcoat,
Topcoat. Complete Tux and Tails.
All size 36-38, and in excellent con-
dition. Ph. 4489. )65

FOR SALE
BABY PARAKEETS for training to
talk $6 each. Canaries, bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruffins, 562 South 7th.
)18
EMPLOYMENT
MASTER WATCHMAKER--18 years ex-I
perience, would like watch repair workj
from good reliable store, where thel
very best of workmanship is appre-
ciated. Please write or wire L. W.
Wilson, Master Watchmaker, 917 La-
Salle Ct., Bay City, Michigan. )IE
PERSONAL
A MARRIED STUDENT desires a fur-
nished apartment in or near Ann Ar-
bor. He will be available for calls to-
day only. Phone 2-3171.
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
MUSIC MUSIC
for Pledge Formals and Xmas Parties
by the Cliff Hoff Orch. Ph. 2-8808
)3P
GETTING A DEGREE?
If you are getting a degree of any kind
this Feb., June or August, your pic-
ture should go in the '49 Ensian. You
have about 5 more days to make an
appointment at the Student Publica-
tions Office, 8:30-5 p.m.. Call 2-6482
for information. )5P
HELP WANTED
SODA FOUNTAIN Help, Tues. mornings
and noon hours. Call personally. Alex-
ander Drug, 727 N. Univ. )4H
MAKE EXTRA MONEY
Excellent opportunity for live wire stu-
dent interested in representing es-
tablished Orchestra and Entertain-
ment Service. Generous commissions
offered.
Zainey Brothers Enterprises
504 Inland Building
Indianapolis, Indiana )6H
YOUNG MAN with sales ability to call
on restaurants, institutions, and fra-
ternity houses selling china, glass,
silver and equipment. Drawing ac-
count against commission.
GREAT LAKES
HOTEL SUPPLY COMPANY
1961 Grand River Ave. Detroit, Mich.
) 5H

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Football Tickets, Sec. 25, Row 40.
Can verify seat No. Reward. Ph. 2-2521
Ext. 314, before 5. )20L
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
TWO Non-Student Tickets for Ill. game.
Call 2-3089, Bob Fisher. )6W
WANTED-One to three tickets to Ohio
State game. Have transportation for
two or three. Phone 2-9804. )3W
WANTED-2 or 4 Tickets for Ohio State
game. Phone 8225 and leave message
for Don Fleury. )2W
1 non-student ticket, or 2 if together,
for Illinois game. Contact Ann May-
hugh, Vaughan House, Ph. 2-5553. )4W
DESPERATELY need 2 non-student
tickets for Navy game. Phone 2-8867.
)8W
BUSINESS SERVICES
ALTERATIONS - Restyling - Custom
clothes, Hildegarde Shoppe, 109 E.
Washington,dTelephone 2-4669. )1iB
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Ph. 2-9020. )3B
BOUGHT AND SOLD-Men's used
clothing byBen the Tailor at Sam's
Store, 122 E. Washington. )5B
STUDENT RADIO SERVICE
Owned and Operatedby Students
Economical Servico - All Work Guar.
Pick Up and Delivery Phone 9714
7-9 P.M. and All Day Saturday )8B
ROYAL TYPEWRITERS
Standards - Portables
Sold - Rented - Repaired
We also buy used typewriters
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. Univ., 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-1213
)2B
Motion Picture
TITLING
and Editing
Aubertec Phone 8975
)6B

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Lunch 11 to 1 :30... Dinner 5 to 7:00
Sunday 12 to 2:30 and 5 to 7:00
Thru the Arcade - 338 Maynard Street
THE FARM CUPBOARD
Specializing in FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS
Open Daily 11 A.M. to 9 P.M., Except Monday
5400 Plymouth Rd. (on the way to Detroit) Phone 9387
Metzger's Restaurant
Where Good Food Insures
Your Health and Our Success
Domestic Beers and Wines
203 E. Washington Phone 9126
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