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THE MICHICAN DAI.Y

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TILL NEXT SEMESTER:
Vaughan Men Go in Exile;
Hold New Fort at Hillel
By PHOEBE FELDMAN
Take heart men, Vaughan House may have That "new look," but
the old look Vaughanites are determined that this change in fashion
;will be temporary.
And they have good reason to believe so. For this is not the first
time that Vaughan has been invaded by the female sex.
The first time was in the fall of 1945. After the Army moved out,
the girls moved in. They held their position only until March, 1946,
when the men made their triumphant return.
* * *
DISPLACED again this semester, the men yearn once more for
their porchless little home with the built-in razor sockets. If the girls
are unhappy with their two irons, the boys are very willing to forget
the rules of hospitality and move back in.
As a matter of fact, the University has promised that the
women will leave by the end of the semester, when the new wom-
en's dormitory is finished.
In the meantime, the men have moved "Vaughan House," to their
new temporary headquarters. Thirty of them have relocated them-
selves at the old Hillel Foundation house at 730 Haven Street, and
have named their headquarters "Club 730."
ENDURING the duration with good spirit, they, and their buddies
have formed a "government-in-exile." The 160 who have declared
their intention to return to Vaughan House proper have elected Roger
Demeritt president, James Poppy secretary, Lee Smith treasurer, and
Don Srull and Bob Licht social co-chairmen.
Determined not to let Vaughan House spirit die, the Vaughan
men have also entered the intramurals, electing Ray Kenyon as
athletic chairman.
Making sure that all the scattered sections of Vaughan will not
lose contact, Tom Berry and Dave Bellum are representing East and
West Quads onthe"exiled government." Ralph Sossin keeps the men
in private homes up-to-date on "Club 730's" doings.
But the boys' spirits will really rise when the "long skirts" move
out. After all, there really is no place like home. Especially when it's
Vaughan.
En of Indian Summer Starts
Student Trek to Medicine Men
________ >

Daily-Heggem.
TAYLOR CARAVAN-Sen. Glen. Taylor, Progressive Party vice-presidential candidate, moved on
his campaign tour this week after stops in Ann Arbor, Pontiac and Flint. Pictured above is the
Taylor entourage as it moved, down State Street last Thursday. Taylor was accompanied on his
impromptu campaign by his wife and two sons.

sr rasset
Tours Health
Departments
Michigan's health facilities were
given the once over yesterday
when Dr. Edmond Grasset, Profes-
sor of Public Health at the Uni-
versity of Geneva, took a tour of
the Public Health School and
Health Service Buildings.
Dr. Grasset stopped here in his
five week tour of the public health
institutions in United States and
Canada.
RESULTS of the study of gen-
eral administration in Washing-
ton and technical set up at Johns
Hopkins as well as the University
will be used in developing medical
care for the students at the Uni-
versity of Geneva, according to
Dr. Grasset.
The Swiss government, the
University of Geneva, and the
World Health organization
sponsored Dr. Grasset's tour.
Accompanying Dr. Grasset was
Dr. C. N. Leach of the Rockefeller
Foundation which is interested in
health service facilities at schools
throughout the world.
A great Michigan year-
An even greater yearbook.

Stockpiling of
Critical Goods
Lags Behind
No Supply of Many
Strategic Materials
WASHINGTON -- (RP) - Don't
feel too cozy about that national
stockpile of critical and strategic
materials you've heard so much
about.
If a new war should begin in
the next year or so we'll be caught
short, just as we were in the last
two wars.
The stockpiling project never
was conceived on a very ambitious
scale. Even at that it is far behind
schedule and off balance. Until
recently the pile contained no
supply whatever of half the 600-
odd materials on the critical list.
TODAY ONLY about 20 per cent
of the total projected pile has
been accumulated.
These facts were fretly pre-
sented by munitions board mem-
bers in testimony before Con-
gressional committees last ses-
sion and in the board's recent
publications.
The board has the job of ac-
quiring materials for the stock-
pile. But Congress and the Admin-
istration set the goals and provide
the funds.
SOME MEMBERS of Congress
feel that the operation is badly
conceived, that it depends too
much on buying in foreign coun-
tries and too little on developing
supplies here.
Sixnbills were introduced last
session to provide government
subsidy to expand American
mining enterprises. None got far,
but it is expected they'll come up
again next session.

STAND BE
Radio-Happy Coed Guesses
'Mystery Melody' for Prize
By LEE RUBEL
Can you recognize "Peg O' My Heart" when you hear it? Well,
Barbara Gerholz, '50 of 1026 Oakland can, and that little bit of
knowledge has brought this coed $50 nearer to a fur coat.
It happened this way. Barbara had been studying, in the typical
Michigan fashion . . . radio full-blast . . . when the disc-jockey's
words suddenly caught her atten-
tion.

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To the accompainment of snif-
fles and oft-blown noses, many
students settled down for their an-
nual battle with the common cold
as yesterday's downpour brought
on an end to Indian summer.
About 200 people report each
day to Health Service for tablets,
nose, drops, and sympathy while
probably hundreds more prefer
to suffer alone.
"REST I$ the answer," advised
Dr. Warren Forsythe, director of
Health Service. "Every year when
the weather suddenly changes,
many students come down with
colds and we always suggest that
they restrict their activities as
much as possible."
Local drug stores reported a
"decided increase" in the sales
of cold 'remedies. Cleansing tis-
sues, nose drops, cough drops,
and other medications were sell-
ing well.
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Thank You
for Your
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TELEVISION every
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Come to the
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Ann Arbor's damp weather can-
not be blamed for the cold epi-
demic. Willow Run airport an-
nounced that only .05 inchesof
rain has fallen in the past
two weeks. Wednesday's deluge
brought .21 inches of precipation,
however.
Surprisingly enough, the city is
not much wetter than Detroit av-
eraging 48.3 inches of rain a year.
Journalism Cl b
Elects President
Journalism Society activities will
be directed by Pat Barrows, jour-
nalism major, who was elected
president at the first meeting re-
cently'in Rm. 3K of the Michigan
Union.
A committee was chosen to plan
a departmental party to familiar-
ize journalism students with the
Journalism Society.
The committee includes Char-
lotte Woodruff, 'Iry Kalin, Jim An-
derson, Bill McLean, and Sid
White.
Better than '48-
the '49 Michiganensian.
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* * *
.. . YOU JUST TELL us what
tune it is and you may get a fur
coat."
The song, "Peg '0 My Heart,"
was very familiar to Barb and
she sent off a postal card with
the answer in the gentle custody
of the U.S. mail.
Three days later a letter arrived
at 1026 Oakland Avenue from a
Dearborn fur store. It congratu-
lated Miss Gerholz on winning 50
dollars credit on any fur-, coat,
jacket, or scarf she wanted.
Barbara, who can be identified
by the pink cloud that gently
wafts her from class to class, has
not decided exactly what she will
get, but "Isn't it wonderful!"
Seniors Can Still
Sign for Pictures
February, June and August
graduates who have not made ap-
pointments for pictures may still
do so from 2-5 p.m. any afternoon
this week at the 'Ensian business
office, second floor of the Student
Publications Building.
The Senior pictures for the 'En-
sian will be taken from October
4 to October 20 in the Publications
Building.

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