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THE MICHIGAN DAILY -'

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1949

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TRAVEL IN STYLE:
Tiekets for Minnesota
Train To Go on Sale

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Tickets for the special student
train to the Oct. 23 Michigan-
Minnesota football game at Min-~
neapolis will go on sale on or
about Oct. 4, the Wolverine Club
revealed today.
The trip, sponsored by the Wol-
verine Club, will cost $36.50 per
person, including game tickets and
Hoover Strike
Idles 600 Over
Wage Boosts.
Stalemate between the 600
workers of the Hoover Ball &
Bearing Co., plant, and the man-
agement continued today as some
120 workers began the second day
of picketing at seven o'clock this
morning.
The strike, called by officials of
Local 38 of the UAW-CIO yester-
day morning at one o'clock, was
the result of a refusal by the com-
pany to grant the workers an 18
cent-an-hour wage increase de-
manded by the union.
* * *
THE COMPANY OFFERED in-
stead, a five cent-an-hour wake
increase, which, according to Rob-
ert D. Randall, chairman of local
38, is not consistent with blanket
raises made by other Ann Arbor
union organized industries.
These industries, Randall
stated, are the American
Broach, Cook Spring, and Pre-
cision Parts Companies, all of
which have granted a 13 cent-
an-hour wage increase to their
union workers.
A clause in the contracts be-
tween the union and the plant,
signed in March permitted wage
negotiations to be resumed on Au-
gust 1, Randall said.
SINCE THIS DATE, he contin-
ued, the union Hoover bargaining
committee has been negotiating
with the plant management for
the 18 cent hourly wage increase.
When the company refused to
meet the union's demands, a
strike vote was taken among the
bargaining committee on Au-
gust 18, and 201 members voted
in favor of a strike to 46 against
it.
The date and hour of the strike
were decided more than a week
ago, and, according to Randall,
the men will stay out until the
wage dispute is settled.

train fare. As was previously an-
nounced by Don Greenfield, chair-
man of special trains, no game
tickets alone will be sold.
HOTEL RESERVATIONS may
be obtained immediately by tele-
phoning Ami Polinac at 2-4471,
extension 5556. Students may ap-
ply for either single or double
rooms, or for dormitory space.
Women students do not need
specific parental permission to
attend this or any other out-
of-town game. They will merely
be required to sign special cards
when buying tickets.
The train will leave;Ann Arbor
Friday, Oct. 22, at 8 a.m., reach-
ing Chicago at 12 noon, and de-
parting from there at 12:45 p.m.
It is due to arrive in Minneapolis
before 7 p.m.
STARTING BACK to Ann Ar-
bor Sunday, Oct. 24, at 8 a.m., the
train is scheduled to arrive here
at 8 p.m. the same day.
The New York Central has
guaranteed to supply the Stu-
dent Special with the most lux-
urious coaches available. From
Chicago to Minneapolis students
will ride in the new Vista-Dome
coaches which afford one a
birdseye view of the surrounding
countryside.
A similar trip, also sponsored
by the Wolverine Club, is being
planned for the Ohio State game.
Again, game and train tickets will
be sold only in combination.
UWF To Hold
First Meeting
The campus chapter of the
United World Federalists will hold
its first general meeting of the
year at 7:30 p.m. today in the Un-
ion.
Included in tonight's program
are three speakers, who will dis-
cuss respectively the past, present,
and future of the UWF. The
speakers are Prof. Preston W.
Slosson, the group's faculty spon-
sor; Samuel Dudley, former exec-
utive director of the West.Virginia
World Federalist state branch;
and Giles Corcos, member of the
UWF national executive council.
The UWF is promoting the
strengthening of the United Na-
tions into a world government of
limited powers adequate to pre-
vent wars.
The meeting is open to old, new
and prospective members of the
University chapter.

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 to the President, Room
1021 Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the
day preceding publication (11:00
a.m. Saturdays).
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1948
VOL. LIX, No. 2
Notices
School of Business Administration.
Faculty meeting, Thurs., Sept. 23, Rm.
110 Tappan Hall.
Faculty Members. To avoid delay in
delivery of United States mail have
your correspondents use your depart-
mental or office address, not simply
"University of Michigan."
New Student Chest X-Ray Examina-
tions: New students who have not com-
pleted the required chest X-ray exami-
nation, are urged to come to the Health
Service, 2nd floor, during free class
hoursfor examination or appointment
as soon as possible. Those who cannot
come then, are urged to come accord-
ing to the following alphabetical sched-
uel between 5 and 7 p.m.:
Sept. 22-Women, A-K, Incl.
Sept. 23-Women, L-Z, inl.
Sept. 24-Men, A-E, incl.
Sept. 27-Men, F-L, incl.

Sept. 28-Men, M-Short, Inci.
Sept. 29-Men, Shoup-Z, mcl.
The Medical College Admission Test
will be administered at 8:45 a.m., Oct.
30, Rackham Lecture Hall. The Exami-
nation will take all day. Application
forms must be picked up in Rm. 110
Rackham Bldg. and mailed together
with the examination fee, $10, to the
Educational Testing Service, P.O. Box
592, Princeton, New Jersey. The appli-
cation form and the fee must reach
Princeton before October 16.
Office of the Dean of Women Office
Hours: Monday through Friday-8 a.m.
12 noon, 1-5 p.m. Saturday-8:30 a.m.
to 12 noon.
Married Michigan Veterans of World
War II: The waiting list for the Uni-
versity Terrace Apartments and the
Veterans Housing Project will be open
Sept. 29, 30 and Oct. 1.
Only married veterans of World War
II who are at present registered in the
University may apply. Only Michigan
residents may apply. Only students who
have completed two semesters in this
University may apply. Such students
must be carrying 12 hours of work or
more.
Each applicant must present with his
application his Military Record and
Report of Separation.
Students who are admitted to these
apartments may ih no case occupy
them for a period longer than two
years.
Fraternal groups without houses are
requested to call at the Office of Stu-
dent Affairs, Room 2, University Hall,
to secure membership report forms.
These reports are due September 24.
Honor Societies are requested to file
the names of officers in the Office of
Student Affairs, Room 2, University
Hall.
Student Print Loan Collection: Stu-

dents interested in, obtaining a picture
for the fall semester may sign for the
print at the West Gallery, Museum of
Art, from September 20 through Sep-
tember 23. Students are requested to
bring student identification with them.
A rental fee of fity cents will be
charged. The West Gallery is open to
the public from 9 to 12 a.m. and 1:30
to 5 p.m. The prints will be distribu-
ted from Room 206, University Hail,
the week of September 27.
Regulations governing social events:
The following University regulations
and procedures apply to social events
sponsored by student organizations:
1) Approval is required for all func-
tions, graduate or undergraduate, at
which both men and women are to be
present. Requests for approval must
be submitted to the Office of Student
Affairs by the social chairman of the
organization no later than noon of the
Monday before the event is scheduled.
Request forms are available in the Of-
f ice of student Affairs. In the case of
a fraternity or a sorority, written ap-
proval from the financial adviser of the
group must accompany the request for
approval for any function for which the
estimated expenditure is more than
$25. The list of approved parties will
be published each Wednesday in the
Daily Official Bulletin,
2) Chaperons. Signed acceptances of
at least two chaperons-preferably two
married couples such as faculty mem-
bers, parents of students, alumni, or
married students of sufficiently mature
years-must accompany the request
for approval. For groups with resident
house directors, chaperons will be ap-
proved provided the house president
and the house director sign the request
form, thus indicating their personal
sponsorship of the chaperons selected.
The resident house director may be
selected as one of the chaperons, in
which case only one married couple is
necessary. For groups without resident
house directors, chaperons must be ap-
proved by the Dean of Students. The
president of the group is requested to
sign the application before it is pre-
sented for approval, thus indicating his,
personal sponsorship of the chaperons
selected.
While the University requires the
presence of chaperons at all mixed so-
cial functions, the primary responsibil-
ity for the conduct of group activities
in accordance with University regula-
tions rests with the president of the
sponsoring organization. Each member
of the organization, as well as the chap-
erons, are expected to assist him in
maintaining a high standard of con-
duct for the group.
3) No intoxicatngi beverages shall be
served or consumed at any student
sponsored function.
4) Social functions held in student
residences are restricted to the main
floor.
5) Dances shall close not later than
12 midnight. Dances may be held only
on Friday or Saturday nights or on a
night preceding a University holiday.

Dances maynot be held on any night
preceding a University vacation period.
6) No student dances shall be con-
ducted at any time by individual stu-
dents, or by groups of students not
constituting recognized organizations.
7) Exchange and guest dinners. Ex-
change dinners are defined as meals in
men's residences or women's residences
attended by representative groups of
members of approved organizations of
the other sex. Guest dinners are de-
fined as meals in men's residences and
women's residences attended by guests
of the other sex who may or may not
belong to University organizations, Ex-
change and guest dinners may be held
in student residences between the hours
5:30 p.m.-8 p.m. for weekday dinners
and between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. for Sun-
day dinners. While guest chaperons are
not required, groups without resident
house directors must announce these
events to the Office of Student AffairS
at least one day in advance of the
scheduled date.
Office of Student Affaris
Room 2, University Hall
All Students, Graduate and Under-
graduate, are notified of the following
Standards of Conduct: Enrollmentin
the University carries with it obliga-
tions in regard to conduct, not only in
a classroom but outside as well. Stu-
dents are expected to conduct them-
selves in such a manner as to be a
credit both to themselves and to the
University. They are amenable to the
laws governing the community, to the
rules and regulations of the University
and of University officials. They are
expected to observe the standards of
conduct approved by the University.
Whenever a student, group of stu-
dents, society, fraternity, or other stu-
dent organization fails to observe
either the general standards of con-
duct as above outlined or any spedific
ones which may be adopted by the
proper University authorities, or con-
ducts himself or itself in such a man-
ner as to make it apparent that he or
it is not a desirable member or part
of the University, he or it shall be 11-
able to disciplinary action by the
proper University authorities. (Bylaws,
1948, Sec. 8.03)
In interpretation of the foregoing
general standards of conduct, the Uni-
versity Committee on -Student Conduct
announces the following special stand-
ards:
The presence of women guests in
men's residences, except for exchange
and guest dinners or for social events
or calling hours approved by the Of-
fice of Student Affairs, is not permit-
ted.
The use or presence of intoxicating
liquors in student quarters is not per-
mitted.
Student organizations are expected
to take all reasonable measures to pro-
mote among their members conduct
consistent with good morals and good
taste, and to endeavor by all reason-
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TRUMAN RIDES IN DENVER-Smiling and waving to the crowds
along banner-lined 16th Street, President Truman heads toward
Fitzsimons General Hospital to visit wounded soldiers during his
campaign in the Rocky Mountain area.

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Takes Pleasure in Announcing the
1948-49 LECTURE COURSE
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FOR SALE
BIKE-Man's, fine condition, new tires,
tubes. $18. 9179. )22
LADIES' balloon-tire bicycle. Call
2-3851. )6
1939 Plymouth Coupe. Call Whitmore
Lake, 2021. )10
1935 CHEVROLET 2-Door Deluxe. Very
good condition, heater. Call Elkins.
2-3481 evenings. Make an offer. )20
MAN'S BIKE - Schwinn Lightweight.
1464 University Terrace, Apartment
224. )21
MOTORCYCLE, 1944 GI Indian, fair
condition. Leaving U.S. $275 or dicker.
Pete Hill, 721 Catherine St., Ph. 6293.
)17
WEBSTER RECORD CHANGER. Good
condition, $40.00. Call Phebe 2-0946
after 5:30 or University Extension
436. )13
BABY PARAKEETS-Bautiful singing
canaries. Bird supplies and cages.
Ruffins Melody Bird Shop, 562 S. 7th.
)18
PHILCO -- Combination radio-auto-
matic changer in good condition. Ph.
8883. ) '
SEALY HOLLYWOOD bed (full size);
maple twin bed and dresser. All prac-
tically new. J. W. Stone. 1450 Uni-
versity Terrace Phone 5695. )2
MICROSCOPE and typewriter - Call
4058-David Sun evenings. Excellent
condition.)3
FOR SALE-Girl's Bicycle, lamps, desk
aid bric-a-brac. Call 2-7215 after 3
or 401112Pauline Blvd. from 3 to 6
Wed., Thurs., .Fri. )19
FOR SALE-Cushman motor scooter-
Transmission. Buddy seat. Excellent
condition. 1323 Geddes Ave. Apt. 1-
evenings. )4
YES, those same corduroys by Koret
you saw in Mademoiselle you'll see
at the ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP.
8
FOR SALE-Slide rules, leather cases,
one K '& E Log Log Duplex, one
Dietzgen poly phase. Call Jack,
2-7816, after 6 p.m. )11
BEAUTIFUL Italian oak refrectory
table, two benches, two cabinets with
doors. Suitable for large hall, li-
braries, recreation rooms, church
parlor or study, auditoriums. 510
Lodge Drive, Detroit. Valley 2-0234. )5
OLLIE McLAUGHLIN
presents
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PERSONAL laundry
houses preferred.
Lake 4804.

FOR SALE
COMPLETE HOSIERY LINES
newest shades - every size
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Building
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DORM TOWELS BY CANNON
75c
MATCHING WASH CLOTHS
10c
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
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TRANSPORTATION
EXCHANGE DRIVING Detroit, Outer
Drive, Six Mile Section anel Ann Ar-
bor. Ph. 3-1511, Ext. 2591, r. Staple-
ton. )IT
WANTED
COUPLE leaving Willow Village. Call
Whilmore Lake, 2021. )3W
TWO TICKETS to Michigan State-
Michigan game. Please phone 2-8867.
)6W

for girls. Sorority
Phone Whitmore
)4W

SERIOUS Young Graduate Student and
wife desire to exchange expert house-
hold assistance for room and board.
Cabrera. Phone 8144. )5W
BUSINESS SERVICES
ALTERATIONS -- Restyling - Custom
clothes, Hildegarde Shoppe, 109 E.
Washington, Telephone 2-4669. )1B
I1W SSMAKING-Custom-mode silts,
Tailoring and Alterations. Specializ-
ing in Tailor-made buttonholes. Ph.
2-6583. )2B
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
cry. Ph. 2-9020. )3B
SELF-SERVICE BEAUTY SHOPPE
GIRLS, for the small sum of 50 cents
you may come into this shoppe, have
your hair washed, you set it, dry it,
and comb it out.
Place: HOLLAWAY BEAUTY SHOPPE
Address: 209 S. State, over State Cafe
Time: To suit you.
WANTED TO RENT
WILL SWAP Apartment on campus for
one in Grand Rapids. Contact Box
134, Michigan Daily by Thursday
noon. )1M

FOR RENT
STOP LOOKING. Home for two. Park-
ed tandem trailer. For sale or rent.
A bargain. Phone 5849. )1F
GRADUATE WOMEN - Comfortable
rooms in modern home at Whitmore
Lake. On bus line. Call 5343 Ann
Arbor mornings or evenings. )1R
MISCELLANEOUS
DO YOU like to hear yourself talk?
Everyone else does. Rent a wire re-
corder for parties, rushing, speech
improvement or what have you. Im-
mediate playback. Reasonable hourly
rate. Phone 2-6611 after five. )1M
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-Sigma Chi pin Contact and
identify. Phone 2-7740. )5L
LOST-Pair of bone-rim glasses in vi-
cinity of new Bus. Adm. Bldg. If found
call 8257. )2L
HITCHHIKERS left blanket in stu-
dent's car, Sun., Whitmore Lk. Call
Ev. 2-8300. )1L
LOST-Parker "51" Pen. Brown, gold
top. Between Econ. and E. Engine.
Ph. 2-9791. )6L
MR. X: We swapped raincoats in Union
Tuesday morning. Call 2-7809 for ex-
change. )10L
GEOGRAPHY BOOK on Detroit Bus.
Will exchange for my book, "Naked
and The Dead." Call Madison, 2-0458.
)7L
MAN'S Silver Service Watch, Rodana,
lost Tuesday morning around cam-
pus. Reward. Call Jack Zerull, 2-4401.
Rec. Rm., Winchell Hse. )4L
LOST--Man's Suitcase (reddish-brown)
with zipper, in Union parking lot last
Saturday. Reward. Call collect Grand
Rapids, Glendale 4-2591. )8L
LOST-Gold Wrist watch, "Lady Elgin,"
two diamonds, black cord bracelet.
Lost near corner State and Liberty.
Reward. Call 8967. )9L
LOST-A. O. Frat. pin Sept. 21 in Mich.
Union or along Diag. Initials B.O.F.
onback. Please call Bernie, 8177.
Reward. )11L
LOST 1947 Class ring in Men's Union
Lounge. Sentimental value. Please
return. Reward. Initials Inside, J S.
Cassis. Ph. 2-0575 )3L

EMPLOYMENT
STUDENT'S WIFE, University graduate,
desires reading to blind students in
Spanish, English or French; baby sit-
ting; typing. Have car. Call 2-3223
between 6:00-7:00 p.m. )1E
PERSONAL
ANYONE Interested in The Equality of
Rights Movement (in New York)
based on Rudolph Steiner's thoughts
on social living, given in his "Three-
fold Commonwealth," please contact
Edward R. Stone. Telephone 2-3236.
)3P
NEARLY 95% of the 1948 graduating
class had their picture in the Mich-
Miganensian. SENIORS - make your
appointment now for the 1949 'Ensian
at the Student Publications Office-
2nd floor-any time this week. )lP
Did You Know This About
RANDALL'S?
We are now featuring the
Ship "N" Shore
long sleeved plaid shirt, $3.95
)2P
HELP WANTED
MALE: Part time. 6 days. Evenings and
days. Apply SPUDNUT SHOPPE, 622
E. Liberty after 4 p.m. )5H
MALE STUDENT table waiting 11:30-
1:30, every day. Jennings Restaurant,
1015 E. Ann. )4H
GIRL TO DO housework in, small
apartment part time. Phone 8768. )3H
COUNTER girl for snack bar, part-time
work. Student's wife preferred. Cam-
pus section. Phone 5464. )2H
FULL and part-time help at soda
fountain. Swift's Drug Store, 340 S.
State Street, phone 2-0534. )1H
GIRL for Travel Bureau. Transporta-
tion experience a help, not necessary.
Must be able to type. ull time. Write
Box 133. )8H
SALESLADY-Full time and part time.
Experienced. Salary depends on abil-
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THE BUDGET SHOP )7H
READERS WANTED for 6-10 hours a
week at 85 cents an hour. Should be
psychology or sociology students,
senior or graduate standing. Contact
M. Wagman at 108 Hayden House,
East Quad. Phone 2-4591. )6H

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