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PAGE EIGHT

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 194

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COURSE-CONTENT:
Student Experts' Advice
Plan Called Successful

Campus
Calendar

Staffers Sparkle

TODAY
Sigma Rho Tau-Officers
committeemen will meet at 7
in East Hall.

and
p.m.

Student Legislature officials
yesterday called the first full scale
test of the Student Experts a
"complete success."
The Experts, juniors and sen-
Tryouts Called
By Glee Club
An extensive spring vacation
tour in addition to numerous local
appearances with the University
Men's Glee Club are in store for
successful tryouts, according to
Wayne Wright, secretary.
All men interested in trying out
for the Glee Club are asked to
report at 7:15 p.m. today in the
Union Ballroom, he said.
This year's tour tentatively
lists Chicago, Milwaukee, Des-
Moines, Cleveland and Louisville
on its appearance schedule.

iors with long residence at the
University gave course contentI
advice to over 1,000 freshmen and
transfer students, according to Bill
Gripman, Chairman of the Stu-
dent Legislature's Culture and
Education Committee.
The program was initiated by
the Legislature last spring in the
literary college and expanded this
fall to include other departments.
Intended to supplement the
work of the academic counsellors,
the Student Experts gave de-
tailed service on available courses
to new students but did not at-
tempt to give information about
the teaching staff.
Gripman said that the program
had demonstrated its worth and
would be resumed at the next
registration.
The students who participated
in the program received the same
privileges as regular orientation
advisors, including early registra-
tion and meals.

VA Asks Lawyer for Proof of
Communist Influence Charge
WASHINGTON-(1)-The Veterans Administration said toda
it has asked Kit Clardy, attorney for the Michigan Aviation Associa-
tion, to "substantiate" his charges of Communist infiltration in th
VA.
Clardy was quoted in the Lansing, Mich., State Journal as saying
that the VA policy regarding G.I. flight training is "shaped by Com-
munistic influence." He was quoted further as saying:
* * * *
"THE VETERAN generally is getting a bad deal from VA,
"The VA is permeated with the influence of Communists and
fellow travellers who have infiltrated it under the present admin-
istration.
"Their arbitrary and capricious rulings prove they are trying.t
scuttle everything in sight."

I.Z.F.A.-"The Zionist Answer
to the Melting Pot" will be dis-
cussed by Max Chomsky, Detroit
attorney, at 8 p.m. at the Hillel
Foundation.
Women's Glee Club--Meeting
for tryouts at 7 p.m. in the ABC
Room of the League.
Michigan Technic -Organiza-
tional meeting for old members
and anyone interested in joining
the staff will be held at 7 p.m.
in Rm. 205, West Engineering
Building.
The Daily-All sophomore staff
members will meet at 4 p.m. in
the Conference Room.
TOMORROW
AVC - Group discussion on
"The GI on Campus - Three
Years Later" will be held at 8 p.m.
in the Union. Nomination of dele-
gates to National Convention in
Cleveland.

JO BELL (above)
IIAROLD JACKSON (right)
STU FINLAYSON (left)

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SUMMER PAY-OFF FOR THREE:
Daily Writers Cash In On Experience
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Michigan Daily training paid Stuart Finlayson, was named fieldI
off for three persons who parlayed
newspaper experience into well secretary of the extensive Univer-
paying jobs this summer. sity Alumni Association.
A former Daily Senior Editor, Harold Jackson, Jr., present
WELCOME STUDENTS

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Phone 2-3293 or 2-3294
312 East Huron St.

Daily Senior Editor, copped third
prize of $300 for his article on
the Phoenix Project in a national
contest sponsored by "Pic" mag-
azine.
* * *
THE THIRD STAFFER to put
Daily experience to good use was
Jo Bell, business staff executive,
who acted as a consultant to the
college shop of a large Detroit
department store.
The new alumni field secre-
tary replaces Waldo Abbot, Jr,
who resigned from the past.
"Stu," one-time Daily Editorial
Director, graduated from the lit-
erary college in June of this year
and assumed his new post the
first of September.
*' *I *
HE WILL MAKE scores of trips
to the various alumni clubs around
the nation each year as part of
his new job.
Jackson, present Daily Asso-
ciate Editor, compiled his prize
winning article from informa-
tion garnered as a Daily writer
early this year.
The son of H.C.L. Jackson, noted
Detroit columnist, he comes by his
writing talents naturally. His fa-
ther also got his start as a Daily
staffer several decades ago.
MISS BELL is typical of the
many coeds who this summer util-
ized college experience in getting
jobs as consultants to clothing
stores.
Her work on the business and
advertising staff of The Daily ably
fitted her for the summer job,
she said.
CITIZENS FIRST
Town Chapter
AMERICAN VETERANS
COMMITTEE

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Phone 2-0330

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U. of M. Stationery .. 1.00 Liquor Control
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Visitors Welcome!
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