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PAGE TWO

THE MTCHTCAN DATTY

FRMAY. NOVOMER S. 1949,

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ATOM RESEARCH AID:
British Physicist Relates
Advances in X-Ray Use

In a lecture before an audience
of University students and faculty
members yesterday, Sir Lawrence
Bragg, a distinguished British
physicist, summarized twenty-five
years of progress in the field of
X-ray.
Tells Plight
Of Britishers
The problems of women in post-
war Great Britain were discussed
last night by Lady Alice Bragg,
before a meeting of the American
Association of University Women.
Lady Bragg, who is a former
mayor of the English city of Cam-
bridge, is touring several Ameri-
can Universities with her hus-
band, Sir Lawrence Bragg, a re-
nowned physicist.
Conditions in England, she said,
greatly hinder women in taking
part in civic and government af-
fairs, though their participation is
encouraged by the socialist gov-
ernment.

Bragg, a one-time winner of
the Nobel Prize in physics, said
that the X-ray has become a great
microscope with which research
specialists are learning more and
more about the atomic structure of
living matter as well as that of
inanimate materials.
In recent studies of penicillin,
Bragg said, X-ray analysis has
revealed the molecular structure
of the drug. This knowledge will
help scientists to synthesize pen-
icillin and to develop uses of sim-
ilar substances.
Sir Lawrence revealed that in
his own laboratory studies are go-
ing forward on the molecular
struture of proteins.
"Once we have solved the riddle
of their structure, we may have the
key to many other problems," he
said.
The British physicist, who is lec-
turing at several universities in
this country, has been a pioneer
in X-ray analysis. He and his
father began this type of research
in a University of Cambridge lab-
oratory before the first World
War.

Szell Will
Lead Group
In Concert
Leading the Cleveland Orches-
tra in its concert at 7 p.m. Sun-
day in Hill Auditorium will be
George Szell, now in his third
season as conductor of the ysm-
phony.
With his appointment in 1946,
Szell inaugurated a program of de-
velopment and expansion for the
group, whose 100 members now
comprise one of the foremost or-
chestras in the nation.
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OF CZECH background, Szell
began his career in Vienna, as a
child prodigy pianist. His first spot
as conductor came when he was
16, with the Vienna Symphony.
Gaining further prestige as a
composer while conductor and
pianist with the Berlin Philhar-
monic, he was soon appointetd
to a conductorship under Rich-
ard Strauss with the famed Ber-
lin State Opera.
From 1924 to 1929, Szell was
head conductor with the opera and
with the Berlin Broadcasting

(By The Associated Press)
Rep. Margaret Chase Smith
(Rep., Maine), who is going to be
Maine's new senator, wired a sug-
gestion for a new secretary of
state to Mr. Truman. Her candi-
date: Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of
New York. She said the appoint-
ment would show the country is
completly united on foreign policy
and efforts to attain peace.
Dewey still has two more years
as governor.
One thing sure is that he won't
be the Republican presidential
nominee for the third time in a
row.

SuggestsDewey for Cabinet

National Republican Chairman
Hugh D. Scott, Jr., indicated in
Philadelphia there may be a broad
reshuffling in the pary. He said
he is considering calling a meeting
of the Republican National Com-
mittee after Republican leaders
have had "time to catch their
breath."
The election defeat that has left
them gasping, Scott said, "is in no
way a mortal setback" to a party
still full of fight, vigor and de-

termination.
But the party can't
with that vigor before
Congressional elections.

ao much
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Eat at
THE WHITE SPOT
BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNER - SNACKS
OPEN CONTINUOUSLY
Sunday 5:00 P.M. to Saturday 2:30 P.M.
Sunday Breakfast 8:00 A.M. to 1 :00 P.M.
THE WHITE SPOT... 517 E. William
When downtown stop at the White Spot - 328 South Main

U.S. DIPLOMATS GET ELECTION RETURNS IN PARIS-Members of the United States dele-
gation to the United Nations listen to radio reports in Paris of the presidential election. Left to
right: Secretary of State George C. Marshall, Warren R. Austin and John Foster Dulles. One in-
formed Paris source said Secretary Marshall will resign Jan. 20, regardless of the election's outcome.

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Reserves Granted
Permanent Status

ROTC Group Plans for Year

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The ROTC-sponsored Pershing
The U.S. Navy Department has Rifles Unit, newly organized on

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Shows Daily from 1:34 P.M.
NOW thru SATURDAY

TARZAN at HIS BEST! :.

Mk.

JOHNNY WEISSMULER

recently authorized a change to
permanent status of the temporary
ranks of Naval Reserve officers
\who have performed active duty.
The NROTC Unit of North Hall
will complete new Oath of Office
forms for NR officers in this area
from 3 to 5 p.m. each weekday ex-
cept Wednesday and Saturday. A
Certificate of Satisfactory Service
must be presented by each officer
desiring to accept his new ap-
pointment.

campus last semester, has just
completed plans for the current
year.
The organization has planned
exhibitions in militiry drill, and
service as honorary escorts for
visiting dignitaries.
Last year, Pershing Rifle mem-
bers acted as honorary escorts and
ushers at the Honors Convocation
at Hill Auditorium.
Group officers are: Captain,
Chester C. Szembowski; First

Lieutenant, Carl F. Aichele; and
Second Lieutenant, James G.
Degnan. Major William F. John-
ston is general adviser.
The group, composed of out-
stgnding fRrst and second-year
ROTC men, recently inducted
eight new members.
The national group was founded
originally at the University of
Nebraska.
Candid shots and still shots too
Put in the Ensian just for you.

Company orchestra.
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THE CZECH made his first
American appearance in 1931, as
guest conductor with the St. Louis
and Hollywood Bowl symphonies.
He was later appointed leader of
the Scottish Orchestra in Glas-
gow, meanwhile working with The
Hague Symphony and Celebrity
Concerts in Australia.
After so much globe-trotting,
Szell settled down in New York
at the outbreak of World War II,
making his New York debut as
NBC Symphony conductor.

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ONE Servi-cycle in very good condition,
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PARAKEETS make delightful, inexpen-
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and cages. 562 S. 7th. Ph. 5330. )18
SAILBOAT--9 ft. dinghy, 2 sets sails,
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COMBINATION Bookkeeper and cash-
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YOUNG LADY to work at soda fountain
full time, no evenings or Sundays.
Swift's Drug Store, 340 S. State, Ph.
2-0534. )6H
STUDENT SALESMEN-Here is a mon-
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like it on the market. College men
and women want them for personal
and gift use. Excellent commissions.
Group sales possibilities. write Box
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EMPLOYMENT
BOOKKEEPER-Part-time work. 2 years
exp., 2 years acctg, trng. Call 4494, B.
Kastin. )3E
FOR RENT
WILL RENT furnished home for six
months. Apply before Nov. 15th. 22
miles from Ann Arbor. 11935 W. Shore
Drive, Hi-land Lake, Pinckney, Mich-
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FOR RENT - Football weekend guest
Rooms available. Call Student Room
Bureau, 2-8827; 11-12 a.m., 6:30-8 p.m.
)2R
Rooms all gone for NAVY weekend.
Some for INDIANA game.
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 East Ann Phone 8144
)8R
WANTED
WILL trade 2 Indiana tickets for 2
Navy. Ph. 25-8743 after 2 p.m. )11W
URGENTLY NEED two non-student
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DESIRE Navy non-student ticket. Call
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WANTED--Three good tickets, together.
Navy, Bill Wynn. 2-6674. )6W
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2 NON-STUDENT tickets for Navy game.
Call 2-5258 after 5:30. )3W
FURNISHED Apartment, Hawaii stu-
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Club. )4W
UP TO 5 non-student tickets, Navy
game. Call 8483 between 7:00 and
8:00 p.m. )7W
URGENTLY Needed--4 regular tickets
to Navy game. Ph. 7651, Cooper Mat-
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PRIVATE Room for male student, off
Hill and State. Call 2-3241, Ext. 28,
between 12 and 3 p.m. )7R
EMPLOYMENT
YOUNG woman desires office work.
Business school graduate with several
years' experience. Prefers full-time
work. Will consider part-time or
temporary job. Phone 2-8335. )2E
TRANSPORTATION
STUDENT couple desire ride to and
from New York Thanksgiving week-
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back for Thanksgiving weekend. Will
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DIRECTORY DELAYED!!! Because the
directory printer has had mechanical
difficulties, the 1949 STUDENT DI-
RECTORY will be delayed until next
Monday. )5P

BUSINESS SERVICES
"NEARLY NEW" QUALITY CLOTHING
Coats, $9 - $25 Suits, $7 - $25
Dresses, $2 - $10 Skirts, $1 - $8
Also other miscellaneous apparel
Hildegarde Shoppe 109 E. Washington
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LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
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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.
1116 S. Univ., 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-1213
)2B
Motion Picture
TITLING
and Editing
Aubertec Phone 8975
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LOST AND FOUND
WILL person who found my brown wal-
let on campus Monday return to
Union desk. Reward. )6L
LOST-Log log duplex deci-trig slide
rule, K&E. Please return. Name. your
reward. Gordon Saxon, 316 Adams,
W. Quad, 2-4401. )7L
LOST-Fri. night, black leather wallet
containing money and I.D. for Midge
Schlanderer, Gr. Rapids. Finder please
notify Andrews, 9445. Liberal reward.
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found tell him to go to
Hill, will be there Friday
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$1.00 weekly, Ph. 2-5101, 1519 Gran-
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DINE with
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"ON THE VILLAGE SQUARE"
DEX'TER, MICH.
WEEK-END
DINNER
MENU
Our Own Home Made Soup .. .15
Marinated Herring............35
Chilled Fruit or Vegetable
Juice......................15
Fresh Florida Shrimp
Cocktail.....................60
Grilled Beef Tenderloin Steak
French Fried Onions... 2,50
Choice New York Sirloin Steak
Drawn Butter............. 2.25
Select Club Sirloin Steak
Top Grade Prime Beef .... 2.00
Two Grilled Pork Chops
Home Made Apple Sauce .. 1.50
French Fried Jumbo Florida
Shrimp, Tartare Sauce ... 1.50
Broiled Lake Superior White Fish
Lemon Butter............1.35
Breaded Pork Cutlets
Spiced Crab Apples....... 1.25
Roast Prime Sirloin of Beef
Brown Gravy ............. 1.35
Roast Fresh Ham
Home Made Apple Sauce . 1.25
Genuine Calf Liver Saute
Rasher of Crisp Bacon .... 1.40
Choice of Potatoes
Chef's Salad Buttered Vegetable
Chef's Salad
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