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THlE MICHIGAN DATINY

FR Y, JAUAY 14, 1949,

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OUSE M1lIJER?,
Director Juggesooms
'otel tle' i Naekharn

Ily PHOEBE gFiL, D VN
Probably the nuet idgQ
amxpus to a hotel-manager out-
de a hotel .is Mrs. Lois M. Bel,
ran, house director of the Rack-
,am Building.
Equipped with a telephone, s
rge ledger, and unlimited pa-
ience and act, Mi.-. Beltran keep'
ack of the comings bind goings of
Law School
]Aase Grourips
Aist Winnei.
Th=e Case Clubs of thV L Av
chool have announced theo naine
f men who will comipete illthe
lub's final eiiain ets
tester.
These men hamve Ipresentedl
riefs and rgued practice cases
efore members of the ,Cause("ChIL
lho act as judgcs. After an execu-
ye meeting of the club, the fol-
)Wing law students were na,,med.
In the Junior Case Club semi-
nial eliminations 'were : Gordon
Boozer, John C. Elam, Jame:
'Jones, Willia~m J. Pierce, Georgc
T. F. Simmons, Berniard L. Trott
daxd L. Dobbins, John D. Mc-
eod, William M. Meyers, R obri
1. Shadi, ERichard FE. spatz 'and
'Cger William's.
Those nuam d ls lparth' ip, ztt
1the T'rnl Fres1?i a ca:. 'eClut
dzinatioAn wr:Jame.s ,W. 1Tok-
tGeorge E. Butshnell, Rex Eaime;s
oseph . F Gricar, Donald S. Lecp-
rJames W. Richardson, Theo-
ore E. Trotff, Richard A. Watson
.obert L. Borsos, David E
rutcher, Lawrence J. Fuller, Gor-
on W. Hueschen, Shelionp C
'cnn, Mliltonl Roth, Thomas C
~alsh and Donald E. William-n..

o roups that use Rackham',
tcilities. Eince virtually none o:
ze rooms in the building are per-
<ane'tly assigned, Mrs. Beltrar
rust jugglei approximately 11
' cms during the 12 hours that
>' building is open.
IN ADDITION to keeping urc
ith the Rackhin time-table
Ir's. 13eltran must also managE
ae catering service for the many
:.tiers and social events held in
l~e graduate school's building.
1. e gatherings can run from s
:tall group all the way up to a
r'owd of 300 people.
$tM anagig.o many people in
so) LArge a building as Rackliam
~al? for much patience and a
gWo odr a f 5 fhumor, according
to1 ti*r. Belt ranx.
As n xaple, she recalls the
nie wh n a stuident had trouble
tu~jgin the Rackham study
;all- famouis among students for
.ts quiet, cornfoarttoble''atmosphere.
:eemns the automnatic clicking of
he clock on the wall every three
minuites bothered him.
BUT THIE REQUEST Mrs. Bel-
ran thinks is almost unique was
inade by a Chinese mother. This
aother wanted to use the Rack-
iarn Buil1ding to hold a party in
:arenor of her baby's first birthday.
When it was explained to her
that tse (if the Rackham Build-
was was restricted to the faculty
anvd students of the University,
thl,- mother still thought it
wouldi be all right. She said it
would be perfectly, correct to
hav e a birthday party for her
babyw in Rackham, because all
the guests were to be Chinese
students.
It is at times like this, Mrs. Bel-
'ran ;says, that her, job requires
tact and patience.

OIL FIRE RAGES F ORI OURS-Workmen still were pouring
foamnite on an oil fire raging into its second dlay at Wilm ington,
near L~ong Beach, Calif. Lighitning struck a 35,000-barrel tank
Jfan. 11, setting it afire. Another tank of similar size caught fire
later and was still burning Jan, 12. No one was injured.
PEDDLING OVER THlE ALPS:
Extended Bike Trip to Eutrope
Plutted by Two 'U' Students

Student Expert
Program Still
Short of Hl
Aceed Pre-Law, Arts,
History_Specialists ;
Juniors and Seiniors concen-
trating in Fine Arts, History and
Pre-law are still needed to com-
plete the Student Legislature's
Student Experts program accord-
ing to Bill Gripman.
The Experts program is all
ready for next semester except for
money for the expert's .meals.
Either the University or the Legis-
lature will pay for Experts food.
f W 3
IEXPERTS IN the literary col-
lege, business administration,
music and education school will
Igive course content information to
new students from 9 a.m. to noon
an~d from 1 to 4 p.m. Jan. 31
through Feb. 2 in Rm. 25 Angell
Hall.
In the cenginleering college, ex-
perts will offer program advice
to lower class men Feb. 2
through 4 in Rlan 34, West En-
gineering.
{ILiterary college experts, uinderj
the direction of Jake Jacobson are
Gus Bolino, Dick Davis, Cal Simp-
son, Jean Lindbloom, Bob Betzig,
Marilyn Stone, Dick Russell, Dave
Spies, Margaret MacDougal, Doug
Parker, Ruth Sights, Bob Hen-
derson, Alex Petach, Suy Tolford,
Jim Faireloth, Jo Hill, Bev Brad-
ford Don Coombs, Jean Hunt
John Baum and Webber Wilson.
ADA, Meeting
To Promote
PoliticalClubs
Americans for Democratic Ac-
tion will sponsor a "political oi-
entation" meeting early next se-
mester to stimulate student par-
ticipation in campus political
groups.
Leaders of each of the local p-
litical clubs have been invited to
present short talks outlining theII
functions, beliefs, and purposes of
each group. A question and an-
swer period will follow the talks,
and members of the audience will
be encouraged to bombard the
Sspeakers with all sorts cof perti-
nent queries.
Till; E BIW11ERNG array of,
political and sem-political organ-
izations which now flourish on
cazmpus leads to much confusion
on the part of students regarding
the positions of each. The meet-
ing fs designed to clear up all di-
focul ies confronting students on
'this score, according to Quentin
Fulcher, chairman of ADA.
It is especially hoped that
freshmen and transfer students
will attend the meeting so that
they can become acquainted
with the local political scene as
early as possible in their col-
lege career.
Theic place and (tie will bei an-
nouncd at the beginning of next
semester.

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By DON KOTITE
With prayer's for snow, snow,
and more snow on their lips, "U"
ski enthusiasts are set to pack
neessary gear and head for
whiter pastures for four glorious
days between semesters.
(More than 90 winter sport ad-
vocates were briefed on latest
plans at a recent Ullr Ski Club
meeting, and have overruled exam
worries with visions of Colling-
wood, Ontario's white trails and
steep runs.
%i= Y
FACILITIES at the Collingwood
area, boasting eight rope tows and
a 650-foot grade on nearby Blue
Mountain, appealed more to vot-

ing club members than Cadillac
or Boyne, Ontario, setups, accord-
ing to Claude Farrell, '49E, group
president.
Only hitch in the picture is
the transportation picture, he
pointed out. Already a number
of students have offered car
rides but there is need for many
more if all those wishing to go
are to be accommodated, Far-
rell reported.
The great, majority of skiijers,
more than 35, will bid the cam-
pus farewell Friday, Jan. 28 and
return Tuesday night, Feb. 1.
FOR NOVICES and interme-

diates, competent club members
will be on hand to provide ski in-
struction, Farrell declared. A nomn-
inal extra charge for these serv-
ices, 50 cents per hour lesson, has
been charged to those signing for
them.
Once up there, the crowd wil
find sleeping quarters In a barn
af fair which has already been
reserved,
For foreign students intending
to make the trip, passports and
visas are essential in order to
cross the Canadian border, it was
stressed. Passage will be denied
if such identification is lacking.
Regular students need only
their University I.D., F'arrell said.

LET IT SNOW:
U' Ski Club Plans Vacation in Canada

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Although most students can lookf
forward to the same old academic
rat race next semester, Nelson
Harvey and William Buell arci
planning to absorb some first-
hand education on an extended~
bicycle trip through Europe. 1
The two February graduates
will lose no time in shaking the
sands of Anni Arbor' from their
heels. They'll sail aboard the
famed Queen Mary from New
'Technic' Goes
OnSale Soon4
Article Will Clarify
Examination Rules !<
Featuring an article on "~Profes-
sional Engineering," the ,January
issue of the Michigan Technic ;,illi
be displayed at local news stands;
beginning .Jan. 22.
The article %will out line tridesE
and regulations of ret. istra Lion for
persons intere.Sted intak ling the
professional engineering examina-
tions, examples of which Lave alp-
ro-mr i'A in ~ ilif(~r issues of theh I

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York Feb, 10 for Cherbourg and
all points east.
HARVEY AND BUELL are sure
they'll be seasoned bike riders by
the ime they've peddled through
the eighteen countries on their
itinerary. They plan to criss-cross
Europe all the way from Egypt to
Norway.
"We probably won't even want
to lookc at a bicycle when we
clock in New York, Sept. 11,"
thecy agreed.
The two lit school seniors have
been planning the trip since their
discharge from the army. They
have planned a complete time-
table to take care of every day
of the seven months.
Their equipment will consist of
sturdy English bikes, three saddle
bags apiece, a camera and plenty
of film for each, and perhaps a
case or two of vitamin pills to
power theim over the Alps.
NY, Trip

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THlE AULTIO .also efrth Yni ity1thisweekend after one
the purpose and funxctin ( Iuztics;oLe f prize in a ma-
examizaation.The,( foriner Mary Ruth Levy,
The need of O~w Armed vV- I')L was a Daily night editor and
ices for engineers inteGrested in 1,uresident of Mosher dormitory
research work, f acrt o r mn- p -br to graduation last year, won
agenment, production, or other the all-expense trip while visiting
fields, is emphasized in the ar- her parents in New York during
tidle "Government EinplWoyment Ih oias
Oppotrtunities ."11evor -itsa dc, PalHarsha, cx_
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