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UIMBER TRAINING:
Wood Teeb Lab Studies
Properties of -Furniture

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City I
Circuit co;I!t' J11
BreakseJ.,ge
a ;year's probat ion

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x;150 fines and 'heref1V{'f (1O)01A( (bwL oigoonedlIby population size,
to nine of the which state thti t lE'lo l hlI- i l . hLw ifsrlc(m-m,-I .,v;lrl ivnc'nn

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hAIlEY OFFICILBLEN

Ordinary tables and chairs may
seem commonplace to the average
University/stude1nt, but the wood
technologist1 on campus sees years
of research and study in such fur-
niture.
For 18 years these students
from the School of Forestry and
N1SSA To Openi
Foreig-n Touts
Bureau Toda
The NSA Travel Bureau will
open today.
For footloose students it will
provide information on a variety
of summer foreign tours and work
camps. And for others, informa-
tion on corresponding with stu-
denits in other na tions.
OFFICE HOURS will be from
4 to 5 p.m., today and tomorrow,
in the Office of Student Affairs,
Rm. 1010 Administration Build-
ing. The Bureau will be open on
WNednesdays and Thursdays each
week,
gesides, infornmation on Na-
tional Student Association trips,
tfie bureaut has data, on Youth
Hostels, American Friends Serv-
ice, French Travel Service, the
Bureau of University Travel, the
University Foreign Studky Pro-
gramn, University International
Center tours, and the Students
International Travel Associa-
tion.
Nations included in the tours
are throughout both Eastern and
Western Europe, South America
and American territories. Costs
range -from a minimum of $300
on up.
However, there is no deadline
on NSA's "pstage stamp tours."
Addresses of students in France,
Germany,- England, Scandinavian
nations, and Russia are available.
Students may write in either Eng-
lish or the native language of the
person .to whom they write.

Conservation have been studying
and conducting researcht in the
Wood Utilization L ate, located be-
hind Victor Vaughan. According
to Prof. William Kynoch of the
Forestry School, it is "one- of the
best-equipped labs of its kind in
the country."
THE LAB WAS selected by the
National Association of Furniture
Manufacturers as the principal
center for training men to func-
tion in technical capacities in
furniture industries, said Prof.
Kynoch.
"Wood technologists are in
continuous and steadily inc~reas-
ing demand by industry," hie
continued.
Many persons do not realize
that Forestry and Wood Tech-
nology are two distinct fields in
the School of Forestry and Con-
servation, Prof. -Kynoch said.
THEY HAVEflIFFERENT cur-
ricula and lead to different de-
grees--Forestry deals with timber
production and Wood 'Technology
applies science to the industrial
utilization of wood, he added.
The modern equipment of the
lab is used for work on micro-
scopic structure of wood, me-
chanical and physical property
of wood, and conditioning of
wood.
Instruction is also given in
pressure impregnation of wood
with processing fluids, bonding of
wood and plywood with adhesiveI
and machinery of wood. Precision
instruments are used for measure-
ment.
RESEARCH FOR furniture in-
dustries is conducted and under
the auspices of the Engineering
Research Institute, the lab is also
used for research purposes. The
Research Institute, in turn, ad-
vises the Wood Technology de-
partmen-t on such problems as
estimated cost and building from
wood materials.
The latest addition to the labor-
atory facilities are three constant
temperature and humidity rooms.
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14 persons who pleaded guilty
Feb. 14 in c~onnct ion with the
nu1lliibs 5racketraEi in "Willow
Village.
.A tenth, Ar-thur Rigsby, who
pleaded guilty, will he sentenced'
at it later date, and trial dlate for
Richard McCarter who stood mute)
and pleaded not, guilty, was set,
for March IT7
THlE ANN ARBOR system of
wsins; revenue from parking me-,
ters , to provide off-street parking
lots. was upheld yesterday by the
Michigan Supreme Court in a
Lest case involving the 'Village of
Wayne.
Anil Arbor had intervened in
the case and filed briefs because
of its similar system.
WILLARD DOWNING pleaded
niot guilty before Circuit Judge
James R. Breakey, Jr., to a charge
of shooting a two-year-old race
horse that wandered onto his
property. Trial was set for March
28.a
THlE CITY got three new po-
licemen yesterday, bringing the
force 'to full strength of 54. Chief
Casper Enkemann swore in John
E. Shaffer, Ettsel J. Lucas, and.
Floyd Cooper, who will attend
training school for several weeks
before going onl regular duty.
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LOCAL REPUBLICANS will
will meet at 8 p.m. tonight in
the Council Chamber of City Hall
to map their campaign for "local!
and state victories." Young Re-
publicans and the Ann. Arbor
Women's Club will be represented.
inir Bridge Tour'ney
Lloyd Waterstone, 50, won first
place in the National Inter-Colle-
giate Bidge Tournament and
placed sixth in the Central States
Bridge't'ournament.

IJ L i L. ;J IU LIVIJIMMI ZMLI 111UM11C.

the world is ,tu iia _le o7
sum-Aly, anei'li,~ u~ alu
est, in t1 t- ll 0 o of t - u o-
econics (; - 4 lit- tUnivcrsit y
of chiciea-o.
Speak ing cs c-da f(tornooii
as the gust7f T ! w('eC"Oom ics
dept., Schult,:xliedht~l
thou-h the Ml~thu I"an tlieoi-
which speculates liat a Pplthi-
tion will outgrow its food supply

tl' I ALI Ft -IAN; iheoris,
fail I u t i liis iitthe food suipply
'a.,d' pop~iulatlions of various sectors
attt dI i -ie , Shltiz pointed
aThus no attempt is made to
ship) the suriplus es of thoe indu-
tri~tlizcCiatOH to those ag-ri-
cutural countries which most
jneedt it. 'I'hi is not takent intoJ
aiccoutnt by the .nlathusitans, the
profe',sor emiphasizedi.l
Ecause this country is one of
thos.e with food surplusethe food
s it iuaion tmust not lbe-regarded Ias
imnni(nt atly dangeros) to us, he
said.
"Technological changes in land
jproductivity, such as the introduc-
tion of hybrid corn in the past
few years, may change the food
supplies for the world overnight,'
lSchultz declared.
Sway Lou L Given
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Publication icy 'r1li Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive not ice to all
memibers of the lUniversity, Notices
for t he Bulletin should be sent in
h tpewHtten form to the Office of the
A,t-.tai~nt to( the President, lzoom I 0?
Angcl Hail, by, 3;00 pm. (ml the day
preceding publication (11:00 a:vni Sat -
uirdays)1.
WEDNESDAY, MARCHIT,3, 1949
VOL. LIX, Nt). 04
N'otces
Student Tea: President. nd Mirs.
authven will be at home to stu-
dent from 4 to 6 o'clock this after-
noon.
Regents' Meeting: 9 am., Sat.,
March 26. Communication for
consideration at this meeting
must be in the President's hands
not later than March 17.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
Women students attending the
Michigan Union Opera will have
late permission until one-half,
hour after the close of the per-
for'mance.

a grade of E in the course or'
cours, ulless tis wo'(rk is made
tl, upb1 Mrh7',.det x s
a11 exSt cl'nstiI of t ne yond is 1.i
d ate in o'-('1. to make ill)tisl
work shou ;lt) d file a petit ion a.d-
dressed to the al~lprr~lil Offi-
cial in their sch~ool v, i'.h 15 13 Ad-
ministratioil Building, where it
will be trai nititedi.
('olloct 4n of dlues for School of
Education seniors: 2 to 4:30 p.m..
today, itomr<ofrowind Fridaey, new
Adminis>taation BSldg.
Aplkro-ed social e.vents for the
Marchl2'1
Alpcha Delia Phi
{Ada-ms House,. Alpha !Delta Phi,
jAlpha -Kappa KppaAlpha
Omeg. Alpha Tati OmiegaBeta
Theta Pi, Chinese Students Club.
Delta Clhi, Delta Kappa: Epsilon,
Delta Sigma Delta, Delta Taui
Delta, Kappa Nu, Lambda Chi Al-
pha, Phi Chi, Phi Delt a Theta,

Phi Gamma Delia, Phi Kappa Sig-
ma, Phi Kappa Tate. Phi Rho Sig-
ma, Phi Sigma1, Kappa, Sig-ma Al-
pha Mlu, TIheim Chi. Theta Delta
Chi, Theta Xi Fraternity,
Vaug;han House
M1'arch G
Lambda Chii
The following org;anizations
hace registered the necessary in-
form11ationi in thle Officec of Stu-
dent. Affairs anid ar-e apparoved for
the seconid semlester, 11948-49:
Acolytes;
American Institute of Architects
American Ordnance Association
Americans for Democratic Action
American ,Gutild of Orgranist~s
American Insitute of Electrical
Eng.iners."--Institute of Radio
Engineers
American Ins t itu1te of Metallurgi-
cal Engineers
(Continu(,d onl Page 4)

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..denies scare hooks

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can be applied to backward na-.
tions such as India and China, it
is a mistake to assume this on ai
world-wide basis'"
"TILE: l)EST'RUC'l'ION of our
land has beeni vastly exaggei-ated,"
}1a-1 nn~rt ~a, a# ~ rn~'r

1 2 Y ear Sentene I College of Literature, Science and
}A 25-,year sentence has been the Arts, Schools of Education,
given to 19-year-old Willard Swar- Forestry, Music and Public
tout of Detroit, for second degree Helcath:
!murder, in the slaying of a taxi- Students who received marks of
c.ab driver near Willow Run last f, X. or 'no report' at the close
1ebr of their last semester or Summer
i Ie was sente'ncedl to from 25 session of attendance will receive

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Lit that land has been improved ~ Mcia rsn
y cultivation, and made the gen-
'al statement that most of the I Circuit Court Judge Jamnes R.,
tnd cst o theMississippi ": Breakey, Jr., expressed regret in
dwore productive now than i asjconmentted thath thnpeople bof
- colnial imes.Michigan must be p~rotected.
Populations of indurstrialized Kenneth Basha, Swxva rto ut 's
nations hae an increasing food -;ipartner a-nd the triggerman in tile
;upply, Ilec-ause of the inilpr7ove- shooting was sentenced to life
rn t modtetn oii At. a- imprisonment Feb. 14. lie -was
cordng o te feo-( rJ.'. Iconvicted of first-degree mrder
"Howev er, prodtuction of food is! At the close of the trial Feb. 4.

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AIM for Delivery
Independent men wvho order
athletic equipment through AIM
before Friday are assured of get-
ting it delivered on Monday, ac-
cording to Sales Manager Stu
Hertzberg.
A large variety of equipment is
available, including such items as
tennis shoes, ping pong equipment
arid T shirts, lie. added.

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ON MEAL BILLS
at
Ninis and Miller
Cafeteria
CCom~e in and
Eat a Hearty
Meal at a
Low Price
211 S. State St.

READ C-LASSIFIEDS

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Trans portat ion?

Sales? Housing?

Class ifijeds solve your problems!

DON'T HIRE A HACK -
STAY HOME FOR A SNACK
FOOD D ELiV~ERY

SERVICE

COALL 4585,,,,,

5 P.M. _ 2 -A.M.

FOR SALE
You'll be ,m tiecl if Ansco flash kits
satisf~v.-9$2.49 bulbs included.
PIDRIIAS 1l )1Or r;i(1CA MERA SHOP
)'201I
SAVE A DOLLAR. t liy your 1949 year-.
bcok, Michi,,anens:ian at tihe publica-
tions builiding any afternoon irom
2-5. It Yo'gis tip to $6 Ma 1T~rch 9. )(il
MODEL A FORD 19311, nw differential,
.eat covers, new ba~ittery and ti-es.
$1i50. Call 8859. 1052 ljaldwii. J)60
DANCE MUSIC.
Chuck Downer and orcihestra. Ph. 25-
0031. ) 20P
DODGE '28 and raidio 6 ct-I. Original
pair) t, No dents. Call Torn Richi, 2-
7715. ) f59
ADDED ATTRACTION
Complimentary accessories,
to highlight youir costume.
Prices that please.
Caime see TODAY.
Thme Elizabeth Dillon Shop
309 S. State )
QUICK SERVICE - GOOD FOOD
Try our 40c Lunch Specials
BREAKFAST 7:30 ON
CALKINS-FLETCHER DRUG CO.

- RPHEUM
An Intimate Theatre
Bringing Cinema Triumphs
From All Nations

Friday - Saturday - Sunday
A Satiric French
Comedy As Zany- As They Comne l

Rated No. 1 by TIME the Weekly News magazine
"The BRIDE'S SURPRISE"
English Titles ("Voyage Surprise")-
"Highly Sophisticated . , . Thoroughly Enjoyable"-TIME Magazine

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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNION OPERA
presents
FROhA''GGY BOTTOM
Michigan Theater 8:30 P.M. March 23, .24, 25
($1.80 Seats for Friday sold out.)-
Send me- ................ tickets at $2.40 $1.80 $1.20 for
(circle one)
the March 23, 24, 25 performance.
(circle one)
I enclose a check, money order for $ ................... .
(circle cone)
Payable to the Michigan Union
Name.................................................
Address ...............................................
Please enclose self addressed stamped envelope.

} Dress Your Stilt Up With 3
A Tissue Faail Blouse. $3-$7.95.
COQUSINS ON STATE STREET )I1
TELEVISION
RADIOS -SERVICE
AERO RADIO SALES & SERVICE
Phone 4997 )
CLARINET, B Flat Ebonite. Write Box
179, Michigan Daily. )561
TUXEDO--Excellent condition, give 38.
Phone 2-1909 Stnday until 5 pin.,
weekdays 6i:30 p~lm. ta 8:00 pam. )58
'36 CHEVROLET Standard Sedan, Good
mechanicleaco(-nd ition.- Price asked,
$200.00. Call John Slater, 2-9318 or
2-6500. )5.5
BABY Parakeets and Canaries. Bird
supplies and cages. Moderate prices,
562 S. Sevent-h. Phone 5330. )
FLUTE-Haynes French model, hand-
madie, sterling silver, open tone holes.
In e-xcellent- condition---used only 6
months. Worth $325 new. Sell for $240.
Pads. perfect, Includes tailored lea-
ther casc Pone Don Anderson, 2-8242
9 am. to 5:30 pvm. ) 5-
Read and Use Daily
Classified Ads

SPRINGSPORT
ore bginnig now
Get the o~st rm yu
PR ING a SPORTSA "
ad in Classifieds.
Cail 23-24-1
/ BOOKS
BARGAIN'SlN1 IN OLD BOwsin
on ll t7 lt' Ms e, zani owie
ROOMS FOR RENT
DOUBILE BOOM for 2 rnale st ide nt
Pleasant front room.- I 'hone 2-2052.-
AR-BOR-ETUM at Mhe (door1, shower, sep-
arate ent i-sue- Room for fmale atuad-
et to share with -raduate. Call
2-:3080. ) 36R
' HELP WANTED
STIUDENTr GIRL to do baby sitting in
exchange for p~rivat e room. Cali 2-
3308. )12T1
ALTERA'TION w) lLadiies' Garmuents.
Near Stockwell 11i 410 Observ. St.
Pui. 2-2678. )19B
FOR RENT
F'or cgood accon mociati olls
illi f5 yi r i~t1112 It or
I PIERCETRASIN'HOME
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144

BUSINESS SERVICES
To Your
I-i1~D;AN~D RELATIVES OVERSEAS
a-aeS ODliv eredi to he We~tertt
Z ofi's a CIitfly,. Fy r tanace,
Riste , red)
Ask ao. our various ot hesei- ices.
Call157,50 or i' vrit(- P.O. Box 172. 2111
1At7NldY WasI.lilt;:g muindor ir-oling.
1 }r - iii mnt. wli toitiCu - Havs\tr iietch-
e'r leeort00wool ,)(!s. F tee pic-kup and-
deliNery. Phone 292. )2B
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCL- STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 8161 ) 51
EXCESS HAIR removed permanently by
short w-axe method. Approved 1y
Aui, Med. i. Call Marie's Benuty
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Prices Reasonable 22020
) B
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
ations. Prmipt service on all altera-
tions. Hildiegarde Shoppe. 109 E.
Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4B
DRESS MAKING, Alterations and cus-
tomn made clothes. Call 8350. 15B
WE PLAN TO BUILD
several exceptionally nice bedroom
lionmes on beautiful 1,1 and 1 acre
sites. Only 3 minutes drive from
campus. Some will he for sale, others
101- rent. For detail~s address Michi-
gain Daily, Boxy 180. } 16B3
LAD I ES'
Tailrn
Alterations - Remodeling
A. GINSBURG
Phone 2-3481 for appointments 18B

TYPING
TYPING WANTED-Rapid, accurate, at
reasonable rates. Phone 2-31357. ) 1 W
PERSONAL
SMOOTH !
DANCE MU iC,
Chuck. Downer & orch. Ph. 25-0031.
)20P~
SPIKE-Plans advancing per schedule.
Chief wants you to buy tickets on
first plane out after hot time Satur-
day-Smokey. )19P
A TE'LEG RAM to our missing salesman :
Stop. We dion't sell cigars. Stop. We
cloii't want a juke box. Stop. We
sell Royal-repeat-Royal Typewriters.
Stop. Office Equipment: Service: Comi-
^pang.I1116 South University. ) IB
SOC:IAL CHAIRMEN: The Mack Fergu-
son 'Trio is now booking spring dates.
Leave calls at 2-4183. ) 13P
MERRY-Go-Round. Peter Pan Bras-
sieres. Sizes 32-36 ABC Cup. Randall's
306 S. State. )lop
LATIN American student desires t-
taring in English (conversation). Con-
tact Alvaro Pardoa. Rm. 5. Cooley
House, East Quasi, Ph. 2-4591. 211P
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Works of Elgin Wrist Watch- If
found, please call 2-2119. )50L
LOST -- Ladies gold Hamilton watelt,
black elastic band, engraved - Mallr
Lou Scanlon 6/21/417. Call 2-3839. 52L
LOST---Pair of thin horn-rimmed glas-
es in a brawn case around the start
of this 4emcster. Reward. )53L

No. Main Opp. Court House
with JOHN CARROL L p
ADtELE MiAR ! KANE RICHMOND
A REPIC'ICTU~RAUDREY LONG

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GOOD STUDENTS
Meet for
GOOD FOD
Open Daily
7:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Closed Sundays
M IEL KE'!S
Cafe
120 E. Washington St.

ART CI NEMA LEAGU E
and
STUDENT WORLD FEDERALISTS
present
Everybody's. Favorite Western
Jimmy Stewart and Marlene Dietrich
in
DESTRY
RIDES AGAIN

The
UNION OPL UA
PRESENTS.
.It's 29th Musical Coi
Directed by FRED EVA NS - Prominent N

Ending Today
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