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THE MICHAIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 19481

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HOT STOVE LEAGUE:
Kindred Souls To Meetk
In Easy Chair' Sessions

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

"A man convinced against his
will is of the same opinion still."
Nobody seems to know who said
it first, but it's one of the mot-
toes suggested for "Easy Chair,"
the new Mondayevening society
for refined bull sessions.
THE GROUP was organized by
three students here who, finding
that most of their discussions were
going in circles, decided that what
they needed was an organized
plan of attack on -the problems
that interested them.
"Easy Chair"-named after a
magazine column of informal
discussion was the result. In
organization, the group resem-
bles the "Academies" of Euro-
pean schools.
To give some weight of author-
ity to their opinions, the group
will invite local authorities as in-
formal discussion leaders.
REV. EDWARD REDMAN will
be the first guest speaker at 7:30
p.m. Monday in Lane Hall, and
the topic is titled "Where did de-
mocracy come from?"
Future meetings will tackle
BOWERY BILL
Canned in
Columbus
Continuous from 1 P.M.
-Last Times Today -

such topics as "The Supernat-
ural," "Twentieth-Century Art,"
"'The Palestine Puzzle."
Topics will be determined by
vote of members, and suggested
topics have included such diverse
subjects as "Is the world real?"
and "The third stomach of the
cow."
Renee Schneider, phone 2-7785,
has been named temporary secre-
tary of the group.
Hula Danecers
Invade Casbahl
A program of native songs and
dances, Hula and Hapa-Haoles,
will be presented by the Hawaiian
Club at the Campus Casbah from
9 p.m. to midnight.
The Hawaiian club group, com-
plete with sarongs and hula attire,
will offer certain native songs
having English words, called
Hapa Haole in Hawaii. Ukele and
guitar orchestration will accom-
pany the presentations.
The dancers will wear simulated
grass skirts of cellophane, for the
native grass type will not hold up
under Michigan climatic condi-
tions. The authentic hula, with
movement interpreting the song,
however, will be presented.
The Hawaiians have appeared
previously before the Ann Arbor
Junior Chamber of Commerce, the
International Pageant and the
Detroit Boat Club.

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructivernotice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should becsent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the Presicent, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Satur-
days.)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1948
VOL. LIX, No..40
Notices

Choral Union Ushers
ries): Report for the
Orchestra concert at+
Sun., Nov. 7.

(Long Se-
Cleveland
6:15 p.m.,

"ONE FOR THE BOOKS"-President Truman holds up for the
benefit of the throng that turned out to greet him at St. Louis,
Mo., (Nov. 4) a copy of the Chicago Daily Tribune published early
election night with the headline, "Dewey Defeats Truman." The
President told the crowd "that is one for the books."
TRUMAN BEAMS:
Bands Blare, Crowds Roar
As Capital (Greets President

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Choice of Potatoes
Chef's Salad Buttered Vegetable
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Buttered Vegetable
Home Made Rolls
Choice of Beverage
WE BAKE ALL
OF OUR PASTRIES
Recommended by Duncan Hines
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"Adventures in Good Eating."

By ARTHUR EDSON
WASHINGTON - (AP) - Presi-
dent Truman, who in the past
three years repeatedly has slipped
in and out of town practically un-
noticed, today came home to a
hero's welcome.
No one knows what a president
thinks, of course.
But surely Mr. Truman must
have thought, as he rode along in
the open car while thousands
cheered, how times have changed.
*. * *
ABOUT 8,000 were at the sta-
tion. Other thousands were out-
side. The crowds along famous
Pennsylvania Avenue were nine
deep in some places.
Only once before has Mr. Tru-
man had anything like it-and
then it wasn't for him. He rode
down the street with President

Aleman of Mexico, and the
crowd had been urged to at-
tend as a demonstration of All-
American friendship.
But today, ah-how different!
The bands blared, the crowd,
guessed at 750,000, roared, and Mr.
Truman? He beamed and beamed
and beamed.
* * *
THE LOCAL POLICE band was
at the station an hour and a half
early. Reporters were startled
when Capt. Charles Benter led the
boys through "Dixie" and then
"Maryland," which has just gone
Republican.
But Benter said there was no
political significance.
"They're good fast numbers," he
said, "good pieces for the boys to
loosen up their lips on."

Influenza Immunization-Clean
Up:
Free injections for students and
extra staff - for Faculty group
8th only.
All untreated asked to come 8
a.m.-12 noon or 1-5 p.m. Monday
as last chance. This includes sen-
sitized persons who have post-
poned it.
Bureau of Appointments has an
immediate need for a man to
teach Physical Education part-
time, in this area. Contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments at once.
Phone University Extension 489.
Mr, F. W. Powers, of Pratt &
Whitney Aircraft, East Hartford,'
Connecticut, will be in Rm. 1077
E. Engineering Bldg., Nov. 8 and
9, to interview February Mechan-
ical and Aeronautical Engineering
graduates for positions as Junior
Engineers, particularly in the
Experimental Test Section. There'
Christian Students
To Convene Today
A planning conference for the
Michigan students Christian Con-
vocation will be held from 10 a.m.
to noon today in Lane Hall.
Approximately 40 students wlil
attend the conference, which will
organize this year's convocation.
The subject this year will be,
"Christian Responsibility for the
Church and the State."

is also the possibility of a limited
number of openings for engineers
who desire work of an analytical
research or mechanical design na-
ture. The interview schedule will
be on the Aeronautical Engineer-
ing bulletin board. Application
blanks may be obtained in Rm.
1079, E. E.
Law School Admission Test:
Each applicant for admission to
the University of Michigan Law
School must take the Law School
Admission Test which is admin-
istered by the Educational Testing
Service of Princeton, New Jersey.
The test will be given November
13, 1948, and February 19, May 7,
and August 6, 1949, at various ex-
amination centers named in the
"Bulletin of Information of the
Law School Admission Test." The
Bureau of Psychological Services,
110 Rackham, will administer the
test for the Law School in Room
100, Hutchins Hall, on the dates
stated above.
Different applications are print-
ed for each test and are available
soon after the date of the preced-
ing test; e.g., forms for the Febru-
ary test will be available after
November 13. These application
blanks and the "Bulletin of Infor-
mation" are available at the Bu-
reau of Psychological Services,
110 Rackham, and at the Law
School, 307 Hutchins Hall. The
application form must be sent to
the Educational Testing Service,
P. 0. Box 592, Princeton, New
Jersey, together with a $10.00 fee.
It must reach that office not later
than one week before the date of
the test. All information neces-
sary concerning the submission
of the application can be found
either on the application itself or
in the "Bulletin."
All applicants should arrange
to take the test not later than
February, if possible.
Academic Notices
English 31, Section 8: The mid-
term examination for this class
will be held on Wed., Nov. 10. For

Mon., Nov. 8, take the work as-
signed.
Students in English 127 please
bring Harrold and Templeman
texts to class Saturday.
Graduate students are remind-
ed that courses dropped after
noon of November 13 will be re-
corded with the grade of E.
Courses dropped prior to this date
will be listed as dropped but no
grade will appear.
Concerts
The University Musical Society,
will present the CLEVELAND OR-
CHESTRA, George Szell, conduc-
tor, in the Choral Union Series,
Sun., Nov. 7, at 7 o'clock sharp in
Hill Auditorium. Maestro Szell
MICHIGANW
ENDING TONIGHT
THE BRILLIANCE OF
A STAR DARKENED
by HER OWN TOUCH
Rosalind
Russell
K.-
with
SYDNEY
GREENSTREET
LEO CLAIRE
GENN -"TREVOR
AN RKO.RAOIO PICTURE

has arranged the following pro-
gram for this concert: Wagner
Overture to "The Flying Dutch-
man," Haydn's Symphony in G
major, Ravel's "La Valse"; and
the Schumann Symphony No. 1.
A limited number of tickets are
available at the offices of the Uni-
versity Musical Society in Burton
Tower, up to Saturday noon; and
from 6 p.m. on the evening of the
performance at the Hill Audito-
rium box office.
Carillon Recital: The program
for 2:15 Sunday afternoon, Nov. 7,
to be, presented by Percival Price,
University Carillonneur will in-
clude compositions by G. F. Han-
del: The Harmonious Blacksmith,
Sarabande, Gavotte, Bouree; An-
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