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THE AltCHIGAN DAILY

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The
City Beat
Local Democrat Francis L.
O'Brien, '39L, headed a list of pos-
sible candidates in speculation on
who will be Ann Arbor's next mu-
nicipal judge.
At its Dec. 6 meeting, Common
Council will consider a nomination
to the post, which Judge Jay 11.
Payne will leave Jan. 1 to take
over the county probate judge-
ship he won in the election.
Although national housing ex-
pediter Tighe E. Woods has pre-
dicted lifting of rent ceilings "in
quite a number of areas," Ann
Arbor will probably continue to
have rent controls, informed
sources said last night.
The city is considered one of
the most congested in the na-
tion, it was pointed out.
Local firemen waited for al
chance to use the'new $15,500 fog-
making water-pumping fire truck
they received yesterday.
Equipped with two high-pressure
fog lines, three metal ladders and
its own lighting plant, the truck
will eventually have a two-way
radio. It supplements a smaller,
similar truck given by the Univer-
sity a year and a half ago.
Flora Ousts Fauna
NOME, Alaska-Forest growth
in parts of darkest Africa is so
dense, many animals cannot in-
habit large areas.

COFFEE FOR TWO!
Students Irged To Form
Friendships with Faculty

AIR BASE ENLARGED-German workmen enlarge a loading bay at the new British base at
Schleswigland, Germany. The airfield was forme'rly a Luftwaffe night-fighter base. The runways
were extended and loading bays enlarged to accommodate larger planes, which will be used mainly to
fly coal into Berlin. British Hastings aircraft are on runway in background.

"Get to know members of the
faculty, even if you have to buy
them a cup of coffee."
These words are the advice of
T. Luther Purdom, director of the
University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupation Informa-
tion.
STUDENTS OFTEN ask faculty
men to write recommendaticJis
for them for their credientials filed
in the bureau office. Often the in-
structors don't know what to say
because they simply don't know
the individual, Purdom said.
Everyday someone comes into
the Bureau office looking for a
student to fill a certain job.
It's the person with the faculty
recommendation who gets the
job, according to Purdom.
The best way to get to know a
professor is to go up to him and
introduce yourself, said Purdom.
"There are probably lots of things
you may want to know that your
instructor can tell you. But be
sure to give him your name."
* * *
MOST INSTRUCTORS will be
glad to get to know you. They like
to be friendly with students as
much as students like to be friend-
ly with professors, he pointed out.
"A person can go through four
years of colloge without knowing

any faculty man who can call him
by name. To get to know profes-
sors is not apple-polishing. St's just
plain common sense."
Photo Exhibit
Opens Today
"Michigan Football through the
Years" is the title of the photo-
graphic exhibit which opens to-
day in the North Lounge of the
Union.
The display features 30 photo-
graphs - both action and team
shots-of Michigan football start-
ing with the arrival of Fielding
"Hurry Up" Yost and extending
down to the present.
Included in the display are pic-
tures of some of the unbeaten
Wolverine teams of the past and
of former Maize and Blue All-
Americans.
The photos, which have been
procured from the Alumni Office,
will be displayed for about ten
days, according to Bob Seeber,
chairman of the House Committee,
sponsor of the exhibition.

Than hsgiving
Gives Foreign
Students Bird
The traditional turkey will go
a long way around this November
25.
The Thanksgiving dinner pro-
gram to invite foreign students
into local homes, dorms and fra-
ternities ; has been adopted with
enthusiasm by the community-
a citizens committee being formed
to facilitate action.
THE PROGRAM was initially
sponsored by International Cen-
ter.
Under the honorary chair-
manship of Dr. C. Howard Ross,
the committee consists of rep-
resentatives from both the Uni-
versity and the community.
Although many of the foreign
students have received personal
invitations, almost 200 others have
indicated a desire to spend
rhankgiving in an American home.
The program is all part of a
general desire to promote an in-
ternational bond of understanding
between the foreign students and
their American friends.
eurrent rate oni
insured savings

Mich iganensian To Feature Student
Travelersin Europe Last Summer

Were you in Europe last sum-
mer?
The 1949 Michigensian is
planning a special section which
will feature photographs taken of
University students who spent last
summer in Europe as members of
hosteling groups, as workers, or for
any other reascn.

Virginia Beabes, features editor
of the 'Ensian, urges all students
who may be hiding such pictures
in the deep, dark recesses of their
billfolds or their dresser drawers
to bring them to the 'Ensian of-
fice, on the second floor of the
Student Publications Building.

habit large areas.

years of colloge without knowing

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PROVE FOR YOURSELF WHAT THROAT SPECIALISTS REPORTED WHEN
30-Day smoking test revealed
NO THROAT IRRITATION
due to smoking CAMELS!
0 In this test, hundreds of men and women smoked Camels
-and only Camels-for 30 consecutive days. Each week,
their throats were examined by noted throat specialists-
a total of 2470 exacting examination. From coast to coast,
these throat specialists reported NOT ONE SINGLE CASE
OF THROAT IRRITATION due to smoking Camels!
Test Camels for yourself for 30 days. See how Camels suit
your "T-Zone"... T for Taste and T for Throat.
Let YOUR OWN TASTE tell you about the rich, full
flavor of Camel's choice tobaccos. Let YOUR OWN
THROAT tell you the wonderful story of Camel's cool,
cool mildness.
Yes-prove Camel mildness for yourself. You'll enjoy
the Camel mildness test. You'll find out how mild a ciga-
rette can be!

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know she

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receive! It's a tribute to
your very good taste and
your appreciation of
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