FRDAY, b EEIVER 3, 1948
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DOUGH OR DIE:
'Ensian Staff To Answer
MSC Yearbook's S.O.S.
By LEE RUKEL
An S.O.S. from financially des-
perate Michigan State yearbook
publishers will be answered soon
by the business staff of the money
They plan to visit Michigan
State to give any tips they can
to aid the ailing yearbook on that
* * *
'ENSIANEERS are going in re-
sponse to an invitation from the
business staff of the Wolverine,
State's yearbook sent by the
Staters in an effort to become
better acquainted with the way
that the business affairs of the
'Ensian are managed.
A $12,000 loss that the State
Tickets are now on sale at In-
ternational Center for the Club
Europa's Smorgasbord Sunday
dinner to be served 6:30 at IC
The meal is the first of the Na-
tional dinners sponsored by the
different regional groups to be
given this year.
THE DINNER will consist of a
hot and cold buffet plus regular
table serving. It will be prepared
by the women of the club.
Eino Kainlauri, president of
Club Europa in announcing the
menu, said potato salad made with
ten dozen eggs will be the special
pride of the cooks.
Also included on the dinner are
Skinka, a Scandinavian ham;
Swedish meat balls; sill, a her-
ring; desert and beverage.
publication sustained last year
is the reason behind the Wolver-
ine's present concern with im-
proving their business neth-
ods, State students explained.
A previous request for infor-
mation was answered by Bill Zer-
man, general sales manager of the
'Ensian, in a letter to the Wolver-
ine's business manager.
* *, e
ZERMAN'S LETTER related the
various methods used by the 'En-
sian to promote sales. It also out-
lined the set-up of the business
staff, which it modestly called
The letter emphasized fitting
the right personality to the job,
and hinted that "a few screw-
balls go a long way."
No definite date has been set
for the business staff's visit to
December 11 has been picked
as a tentative one, but, "it will
depend on the situation here,"
Will Reveal All
A chance to learn about the
Survey Research Center's inter-
viewing methods will be given the
press and radio at 2 p.m. today in
the Rackham Building.
Key representatives of the Sur-
vey Research Center will be on
hand to explain techniques and to
show how they differ from other
The meeting is part of a train-
ing course for ten supervisors
from all parts of the country.
$6,400 To Aid
Four research grants totalling
$6,400 from the Phoenix Project,
University war memorial planned
as a center of study and research
on peacetime uses of atomic en-
ergy, were announced yesterday by
Dean Ralph A. Sawyer of the
Prof. William A. Beierwaltes of
the medical school received a $2,-
000 grant for research in radioac-
Another $2,000 award was made
to Profs. Robley C. Williams of the
physics department and Robert
J. Lowry of the botany depart-
Two grants of $1,200 each were
made to Christian S. Rondestvedt,
Jr. and Wyman R. Vaughan, both
chemistry in structors. Rondest-
vedt will conduct a study of the
"Mechanism of the Dakin Reac-
tion" and Vaughan of the "Mech-
anism of the Rowe Rearrange-
The traditional decoration of
Lane Hall's Christmas tree will)
be the feature of a Coffee Hour at
4:30 p.m. today.
Students from the whole cam-
pus participate in the annual
event for which many new orna-
ments have recently been ac-
An annual Supervisor Training
Conference in preparation for the
1949 Consumer Finance Study is
teing sponsored this week by the
University's Survey Research Cen-
Intensive meetings will continue
through tomorrow in the East
Council Room of Rackham Build-
T1HE CONSUMER Finance
Study, which the Research Center
will undertake for the fourth con-
secutive year at the request of the
Federal Reserve Board, has a two-
It measures attitudes toward
the financial condition of the
nation, and consumer spending.
The study reports people's satis-
faction toward their own finan-
cial situation, their spendings
for the past year, and their ex-
pected expenditures for the fu-
Supervisors attending the con-
ference will hire and train inter-
viewers for the study all over the
nation. Beginning Jan. 2, over 3,-
500 persons will be questioned.
* * *
PANEL DISCUSSIONS on the
objectives of the Consumer Fi-
nance Study, and on the specific
questions to be used in surveying
were held yesterday. Prof. George
Katona, program director of the
Center, and Miss Janet Austrian,
study director, led the discussions.
Prof. Rensis Likert, director of
the Center, presented a report on
the activities of the Survey Re-
search Center to the conference.
He outlined activities of the past
year, and plans for the future.
Stanley F. Johnson, '51, was the
winner of the Speech Depart-
ment's semi-annual extemporane-
ous speaking contest held yester-
day in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Research Center Sponsoring
Winners of the Spanish poetry,
reading contest are first place Syl-
via Von Reis '52, and second place
Von Reis '52, and second place
Mae Cade '51 in the intermediate
In the advanced group Richard
Etlinger '50, took first place with
William Najjar '50, placing sec-
ond and John Ricardo '49 third.
Other contestants, in the inter-
mediate group were Jane Topper
'51, and Jchn Hall '52. Others in
the advanced group were Charles
Fossati '49, Elizabeth Iden '49,
Elizabeth Taucek '50 BAd.
Each winner received a Spanish
poetry book as a prize.
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