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Ousted College President on 'U' Faculty
What's Up in the Dorms
By FREDRICA WINTERS
Prof. John Phillip Wernette,
one-time president of the Univer-
sity of New Mexico and the center
of an administrative conflict there
last year, is at present steeping
himself in quiet Ann Arbor life
and teaching in the business ad-
President at New Mexico for
three years, Prof. Wernette at-
tempted to model the small uni-
versity along the lines of an in-
stitution such as Michigan, he
TO THIS END he helped start
a faculty rating system, similar to
the one soon to- go into operation
here. He enlarged the faculty, andj
during his stay, enrollment jumped
from 925 students to 4,491.
Despite these additions, and
the establishment of new law,
pharmacy and business adminis-
tration schools, Prof. Wernette
was unpopular with state poli-
He opposed the appointment of
a law school dean favored by lo-
cal politicians, on the grounds
that he was unfit for the position,
and what is more, went on to
prove his contention by revealing
the man's previous unsavory rec-
FROM THAT POINT his aca-
demic neck was fair game for po-
litical hacksters who began seek-
ing ways to oust him. They finally
siders it a pleasure to be associated1
with the University. "I've always
considered Michigan and the Uni-
versity of California, my alma
mater, two of the finest univer-
sities in the country."
WHEN ASKED about the fac-
ulty evaluation program he sup-
ported, Prof. Wernette said, "The
calibre of an institution depends
not on the beauty of its archi-
tecture, but upon the calibre of
Prof. Wernette said that his
wife and young son and daughter
all share his enthusiasm for Ann
Arbor. He hopes they won't have
too much trouble adjusting to the
change in climate. "But then," he
added, "the atmosphere of the in-
stitution is more important than
the natural atmosphere."
What's Up in the Dorms should con-
tact Dolores Palanker at The Daily
or 105 Betsy Barbour.)
Today Helen Newberry House is
having its annual celebration of
the birthday of Mrs. Newberry and
its initiation dinner. New girls will
be honored at a dinner and cere-
mony where they will receive red
Among the guests present will
be Mrs. Henry C. Joy of Detroit,
daughter of Helen Newberry, Dean
Mary C. Bromage, and the house
patronesses, Mrs. Philip Bursley,
Mrs. C. L. Jamison, Mrs. Heywood
Keniston, and Mrs. Claire Sanders.
GIRLS from Betsy Barbour and
Helen Newberry have been prim-
ing for several weeks now for their
initial grid clash today. The kick-
off will be at 4 p.m. at South
THEN THERE is the fellow over
at West Quad who put the jug
of cider in his suitcase before go-
ing to a football game and they
had to turn the heat on while he
was gone. It exploded.
MARX CASSELL, vice-presi-
dent of Anderson House, who
studied art at Woodstock in upper
New York State last summer, just
received a check for a still-life
from the Art Students' League in
New York. Seems that students
turn their art work over to the
Art League which tries to sell
them. If unsuccessful, the paint-
ings are returned to the owner.
Sixty exchangees from Anderson
House and Jordan Hall will have
an exchange dinner Thursday.
* * *
WINCHELL HOUSE has taken
on new spirit under a new consti-
tution which is a combination of
the old one plus some amendments
approved last spring.
On an activities list, house
members indicate their social,
athletic and other interests.
These are kept by the floor rep-
resentativestwho contact the
fellows on their floor who are
interested in each sport as it
comes up. Greater cooperation
With the new set-up Winchell
has started their paper, held a
mixer, a listening party, organized
their touch-football team and
planned a dance.
PARIS-(AP)-The first World
Bill of Human Rights is slowly
taking shape amid a warof words.
Delegates of the 58-United Na-
tions are hammering out a decla-
ration spelling fundamental free-
doms in strong, simple language.
The declaration tells the nations
of the world to give the little man
everywhere a decent life.
DEPENDING on moral force
alone, it can become a boon or a
The declaration may be "Am-
erica's greatest weapon of psy-
chological warfare-more imn-
portant even than possession of
the atomic bomb," says' Dr.
Charles Malik of Lebanon, am-
bassador to Washington and
former Harvard professor.
Malik, one of the declaration's
drafters, heads the general As-
sembly's 58-nation social comb
mittee. The committee in more
than a month has approved less
than half the declaration's 28 ar-
ticles. But it still wages a word-
by-word battle to send the docu-
ment to the Assembly for final
approval this year.
MALIK says there is a good
chance Russia and her Commun-
ist satellites may vote in favor
of the declaration-a rare event
for the United Nations.
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 Presicent, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Satur-
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7 , 1948
VOL LIX, No. 41
Student Tea: President and
Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to
students from 4 to 6 o'clock Wed-
pesday, Nov. 10.
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-,
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succeeded last February, and Prof.
Wernette, who had been on the
faculty of such institutions as
Harvard University and USC, was
a professor without a college.
Because of the high regard he
always had for Michigan, and
because he spent his early years
here, he decided to accept the
University's invitation to be-
come a member of the business
Prof. Wernette said that he con-j
BOOKKEEPER-Part-time work. 2 years
exp., 2 years acctg, trng. Call 4494, B.
Young Christians Will iscuss
eir Duties to urch, State
2 STUDENTS WANT TRANSPORTA-
TION to and from Rochester during
Thanksgiving weekend. Will share
driving and expenses. Call 450 Mich-
igan House. ) 5T
COUPLE WANT RIDE to New York
and back for Thanksgiving weekend.
Will share expenses and driving. Call
Mr. Herman, 2-6488 after 6 p. m.
The responsibility of the Chris-
tian to the church and state will
be the general theme for the sec-
ond annual Michigan Student
The topic was chosen yester-
day by representatives of Michi-
gan colleges meeting at Lane Hall.
The Convocation is to be held at
the University April 30, 1949.
Merle Smith, of the Student Re-
ligious Association, was chosen as
general chairman, with the Rev.'
Chester Loucks as Adviser.
SHOME OF GOOD FOOD O
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HIGH CLASS SMORGASBORD
U (Come and eat all you want)
Here, in the surroundings of a warm home, you can find
Swedish smorgasbord at its best and you'll be surprised at
the variety of delicacies we have. And for that genuineU
"home cooked" food prepared by experts, we can't be beat.
For real eating pleasure, try our tempting meals.
Dally, except Friday, 11:30 to 1:30 and 5:00 to 8:00 P.M.
Sunday, 12 Noon to 6:00 P.M. V
Catering to Wedding Breakfasts and Bridge Clubs
"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
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Ph. 2-9020. )3B
BOUGHT AND SOLD-Men's used
clothing by Ben the Tailor at Sam's
Store, 122 E. Washington. )5B
Standards - Portables
Sold - Rented - Repaired
We also buy used typewriters
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
116 S. Univ., 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-1213
Aubertec Phone 8975
CHUCK DOWNER AND HIS ORCH.
Phone 25-7911 )5M
SHOES-Men's $16.50 British Walkers,
brown, 9c, new. Worn outside once.
RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIRS-
Quick, competent service by experts.
Aero Radio, 335 S. Main. Ph. 4997.
SERVICYCLE-Cost $265 less than one
year ago. very good tires and run-
ning condition. It needs a little
paint and cleaning up-I need mon-
ey. That's why I'm selling for best
offer over $100. Call 28950 on week
HOUSE for Sale: Six rooms, close to
campus and S. Univ. Oil heat. In
good condition. Immediate posses-
sion. Price $13,000. T. R. Peirsoi &
Co., 212 National Bldg. Ph. 4544 or
4301, evenings 2-6968 or 8540. )8
1939 Chevrolet Tudor. Excellent tires.
Good motor. Call 2-5186. Ask foT
Herman, Room 7. ) 7
1937 PLYMOUTH Coupe, $425. 86,000 ao-
tual miles. Heater. Engine and body
-good condition. Call 7154. )14
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
306 South State Street )3
Watch the Daily for the
BIG MICHIGANENSIAN CONTESTI
Your pride and joy for those
cold winter night's dreams.
Special nighties and pajamas.
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP )1
ONE Servi-cycle in very good condition,
$125. Call 2-3173 (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
MOTORCYCLE, Royal Enfield, 1947.
Good condition. 2 spotlights, wind-
shield. Call at 413 S. Forest, Room 7
after 7:00 p.m. )4
SELLING OUT, leaving city, antique
furniture, paintings, lamps, glass,
china, silver, brass. .214 S. Ingalls St.
Across from Michigan League. )11
SAILBOAT-9 ft. dinghy, 2 sets sails,
$60. Bicycles-man's, woman's, $15
each. Skis, bindings, poles, $12 and
$15. Ski boots, man's woman's nearly
new, $5 pair. Marimba-4 % octave
$50. Phone 3071, Whitmore Lake. )10
1946 FORD V-8 super deluxe, 2 door
sedan, good cond. Ph. 25-9545. )9
DIAMOND Ring, .25 carat, bagguettes,
white gold mount. Yellow gold band.
Cost $150, sell $120. Box 154. )6
2 Single Breasted Men's Suits, overcoat,
Topcoat. Complete Tux and Tails.
All size 36-38, and in excellent con-
dition. Ph. 4489. )65
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
For All Occasions
Daytime - Formal )2
ARGUS C-3 CAMERA (new) with case,
flash attachment, type A filter, and
G.E. exposure meter DW-58. Phone
John, 25-8714 after 5. )13
PARAKEETS make delightful, inexpen-
sive pets capable of learning to talk
and whistle. $6 each. Bird supplies
and cages. 562 S. 7th. Ph. 5330. )18
TYPEWRITER-1948 Corona, Sterling
portable. Perfect condition. Call eve-
nings, 2-3542. )15
CLIFF HOFF ORCH.
features Dave Hildinger, Will Brask
and Homer Marple Ph. 2-8808
DIRECTORY DELAYED!!! Because the
directory 'printer has had mechanical
difficulties, the 1949 STUDENT DI-
RECTORY will be delayed until next
Tuesday. ) 5P
SODA FOUNTAIN HELP, 6-10:30 p.m.
Call in person. Alexander Drug Store,
727 N. Univ. )11H
3 MEN to wait table for board. Lunch-
eon and dinner. No 11 o'clock classes.
Phi Sigma Delta, 1808 Hermitage, Ph.
4211, Bob Stahl. )10H
FURNISHED Apartment, Hawaii stu-
dent couple. Call L. Louis, 4145, Law
ONE-HALF of double suite. Four min-
utes from campus. All conveniences.
$5.00 per week. Call after 7:30 p.m.
Male preferred. Call 5767 after 7:30
p. m. )9R
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-
FOR RENT - Football weekend guest
Rooms available. Call Student Room
Bureau, 2-8827; 11-12 a.m., 6:30-8 p.m.
Rooms All Gone For INDIANA Weekend
Some For Any Other Time.
PIERCE TRANSIT HOME
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144
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College Chemistry (East) Associate
Prof. $4000-$4600; Asst. Prof. (no
research) $4800; Instr. Analytical
$3500. (Western) Instr. $4500.
(South) Research Director $3600-
$4000. (Midwest) Instr. $3500.
Physics: (Great Lakes) $4000 with
opportunity to study. (East) to
$4500. (West) Hd. Dept. $4000 plus
Business Adm.: (Southwest) Assoc.
Prof. Management-Labor legislation
& problems; collective bargaining,
industrial relations, MBA or Ph.D.
$5000. (South) Real Estate & Insur-
ance $4000. (Midwest) Personnel
Adm., Master's or Ph.D. with broad
industrial experience, teaching and
opportunity for research with in-
dustry. Salary open. (East) Chair-
man Bus. Adm. experienced in col-
lege teaching $4500 up. (South)
Prof. Accounting $5500. (Calif.)
Numerous positions in other fields
for second semester and fall. Also
need elementary and secondary
teachers. Cline Teachers Agency,
East Lansing, Mich.
WOMAN for Bookkeeper and general
office work. Full time. Dixie Shops,
224 S. Main. )9H
COMBINATION Bookkeeper and cash-
ier. Full-time work. S. S. Kresge Dol-
lar Store, 200 S. Main. )8H
LOST-Brown brief case near State
street. Reward. Phone 8975. )11L
LOST-Blue man's overcoat in math.
class in A. H. Tues., Nov. 2. Reward.
Box 155. )12L
LOST-Black and Gold Parker "51"
pen. Initials "G.M." on cap. If found
call Gretchen 2-5631. )13L
LOST-K&E Slide Rule. Name on cover.
J. V. Nalbandian. Reward. 5938. )10L
TRAGEDY!! Lost sorority pin! Alpha
Chi Omega. Base engraved: D. Cady.
Call Donna, 2-3839. Reward! )8L
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. Namedyour
reward. Gordon SaXon, 316 Adams,
W. Quad, 2-4401. )7L
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