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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 0,

FALL STAFF MAULED:
Jokers Slash Flag Halyard
In Unexpected Night Attack

Local proponents of the prac-
tical joke have once again per-
formed the ancient feat of cutting
the halyard on the University's
much-maligned flagpole. .
A motley assortment of tattered
rags greeted classroom-bound
scholars Monday morning from
the Mall where the flag usually
eaves.
Aims of Clinic
Will BeTold
The functions of the Univei-
sity's Heredity Clinic will be ex-
plained at an open meeting of the
Society of Sigma Xi, honorary
engineering society, at 8 p.m. to-
morrow night.
Participating in the program
will be four members of the
Clinic's staff. Professor Lee R.
Dice, who is director of the Labor-
atory of Vertebrate Biology, will
relate the history of the Clinic
and some of its purposes.
Operation of the Clinicewillebe
discussed by Dr. James V. Neel.
Dr. C. W. Cotterman and Dr.
Harold F. Falls will discuss two
current research studies on he-
reditary diseases.
Where
GOOD STUDENTS
Meet for
GOOD FOOD
Open Daily
7:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Closed Sundays

THE PRANKSTERS apparently
->erpetuated their time-worn
skullduggery sometime S undiy
night between the regular two-
hour rounds of the University
watchman.
University plant department
officials must now arrange to
acquire a new halyard and the
services of a steeplejack to in-
stall it. "This same stunt has
been repeated too often to be
funny any longer," one official
said. "It costs money to replace
these halyards year after year."
Officials said that since the
war there had been a decrease in
the frequency with which the
trick was performed. Even now,
_ however, they take the precaution
of tying the free end of the flag-
pole halyard to the roof (f the Nat-
ural Science Building when ever
there is an initiation or athletic
contest which might stimulate
student activity.
THEY WEREL unprepared for
the recent onslaught because
scheduled events for the weekend
indicated that it would be a quiet
one.
Discovery of the pranksters is
considered imminent as several
pieces of useful evidence were left
by the careless jokesters. Officials
suggest that the offenders lessen
the severity of their punishment
by surrendering before they are
apprehended.
Nurse's. Corps
Positions Open
The Navy Nurse Corps has an-
nounced several Detroit area po-
sitions open to graduate registered
nurses.
To qualify for Ensign's commis-
sions, applicants must be graduate
registered nurses, single and be-
tween the ages of 21 and 26. In-
terested persons may obtain fur-
ther information by contacting
Office of Naval Officer Procure-
ment, 949 Book Bldg., Detroit.
If selected, new appointees are
sent to one of the large Naval Hos-
pitals for a 6-week indoctrination
course. Nurses will not be assigned
foreign duty until they have com-
pleted at least one year's duty in,
the United States.

RELIGION IN LIFE WEEK CAPTAINS-Irma Eichhorn and
Bill Miller are the student co-chairman of this week's religious
emphasis program in which religious aspects of university life
are being discussed in the classroom as well as in chapel services.
They are working with over a hundredt student committeemen to
produce one of the biggest such programs on a college campus.
Miss Eichhorn is past president of Assembly, Miller is former SL
vice-president.
nd iana polis Grp Tio Make
Local Debut Sunday at Hill

British Gains
Called Rapid
By Cartwri'ght
With the help of Marshal Plan
aid, British economic recovery
seems to be progressing faster
than anyone ever thought it would
be, according to Prof. Dorwin
Cartwright, who has recently re-'
turned from a visit to Britain.
Prof. Cartwright, director of the
Research Center for Group Dy-
namics, traveled as a scientific
"ambassador" in an attempt to
foster international cooperation in
thc field of sociological research.
MOST OF HIS work was done
with the Tavistock Institute of
Human Relations in London. The
Tavistock Institute edits the mag-
azine "Human Relations" in con-
junction with the University's Re-!
search enter. Both groups are en-
gaged in similar research in social
problems.
England's big problem, ac-
cording to Prof. Cartwright, is
the question as to what will be
the long range effects of"bu-
reaucratic organization on a
large scale.
"Labor party leaders are con-
cerned with how to maintain the
democratic participation of the
ordinary man in a society organ-
ized in such large units," Prof.
Cartwright said.
COMMENTING ON the British
version of socialized medicine, Dr.
Cartwright said that doctors ap-
parently are finding the plan to be
better than they expected.
"Public satisfaction with the
medical program and the general
economic situation indicates that
the Conservatives will have a
tough time winning an election
for some time," he added.

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is conistruictive notice to all
mebiers of te r iver-it y. NotictS
for the u'lletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office orf
the Assistant to the President, Rooni
2552 Administration Building, by 3:00
p.m. on the day preceding publica-
tion (11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1949
VOL. LIX, No. 110
Notices
Student Tea: President adm Mrs.
Ruthven will be at home to stu-
dents from 4 to 6 o'clock this af-
ternoon.
Senior dues for the literary and
architecture colleges, music and
forestry schools will be collected
from 2 to 4:30 p.m. through Fri-
day at a booth in the Adninistra-
tion Building.
Applications from women stu-
dents for the Laurel Harper Seeley
Schiolarshiip will be accepted in the
Office of the Dean of Women un-
til March 15. Letters of reference
are also due by this date.
Freshman and Sophomore wom-
en interested in applying for resi-
Library Gets
Microfilfm File
The University General Library
has on file the only complete set
of microfilm positives of 10,000
British archives manuscripts in
this country.
The project was begun during
the war by the American Coun-
cil of Learned Societies to make
these manuscripts available to
American scholars, and as a pre-
ventive measure in case of bomb-
ing.
The program was recently com-
pleted, and the negatives were all
delivered to the Library of Con-
gress for safe keeping. All positive
prints must come from this source.
F 1t

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

dence in Martha Cook for 1949
call 2-3225. All outstanding ap-
plications should be in at once.
Approved Student Sponsored
Sociat Events:
March 9
Sigma Delta Chi
March 11,
Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Phi
Omega, Collegiate Sorosis, Delta
Delta Delta, Delta Zeta, Gamma
Phi Beta, Kappa Delta. Martha
Cook Dorm, Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Stockwell Hall, Theta Xi, Victor
Vaughan House, Young Progres-
sives
March 12
Acacia, Allen Rumsey & Wenley
Houses, Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha

Kappa Kappa, Alpha Rho Clhi,
Alpha Sigia Phi. Beta Theta Pi,
Clii Phi. Clhi Psi. East Quad. South
side. Delta Sigma Delta, Delta Tau
Delta
Hinsdale House, Kappa Sigma
Fraternity, Lambda Chi Alphm,
Lawyers Club. Lloyd House, Phi
Delta Theta. Phi Sigma Kappa,
Phi Sigma Delta. Psi Upsilon,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Sigma Al-
pha Mu, Sigma Phi. Stevens
House, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Theta
Delta Chi, Triangle, Zeta Beta
Ta. Zeta i
March 13
Adelia Cheever olluse, intercol-
legiate Zionist Fed., Sigma Phi
Epsilon
(Continlued on Pa ;c 4)

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$100 REWARD

Local concert-goers will hear
the Indianapolis Symphony make
its Ann Arbor debut at 7 p.m. Sun-
day in Hill Auditorium.
Under the direction of Fabien
Sevitzky, the Symphony will de-
liver the final program in the
Extra Concert Series.
THE ORGANIZATION, which
has been under the baton of Se-
vitzky since 1937, now ranks
among the first half dozen sym-
phony orchestras of the country.
Organized during the black-

est year of the depression,, 1930,
the Symphony was then a group
of both amateurs and profes-
sional musicians..
In 1937, after the appearance
of Sevitzky as guest conductor,'
the orchestra was completely re-
organized on a professional basis
with Sevitzky as permanent con-
ductor.
Tickets for the concert are on
sale in the University Musical
Society's offices, Burton Tower.

For return of lost 16mm. Kodac hrome
film 1500 feet, "San Juan River Expe-
dition; a Trip down the San Juan and

Colorado
Ferry."

from Mexican Hat
Phone 3-1511, Ext.

to Lee's
617, or

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ROOMS FOR RENT
PLEASANT front room for two male
students on campus. Phone 2-2052.
) 37R
QUIET well furnished large double
room for malc students. Ph. 8746.
SINGLE ROOM--Man, 300 ft. from the
Engineering arch. Ph. 2-3201 days.
-39R
BUSINESS SERVICES
Electric Shaver Parts and Service
MOSLEY TYPEWRITER CO.
214 E. Washington )23B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORINQ
Order: taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
)3B
LAUNDRY -- Washing antd/or ironing.
Done in my own home. Have stretch-
er for wool socks. Free pickup and
delivery. Phone 2-9020, )2B
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 8161 )5B
CUSTOM CLOTHES. 1estyling. Alter-
ations. Prompt service on all altera-
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 .
Washington~. Phone 2-4669. )4B
LOST AND FOUND
LOST--A beat up wallet containing no
money, between r High and I. M.
B~uilding. I need t4e papers that were
in it. Reward. Edl Tipper, Telephone
2-2712.
LOST--Saurday, black purse containing
I? onsou ligh ter,.lBenrus watch, valued
vu,, gifts, Near Laiw Quad on State.
-Reward. Ph. Bev Dippel. 2-4471, Rmi.
5504. ) 68L
F'OUND-i1 pr. glasses. Ph. 8022. )67L
LOST-Sapphire ring set with small
diamonds. F'inder please call 9317.
Rewi'rd- )66L
LOST _-_ (1irai'd-Perregaux wrist watch
between R. L. building and N. U~ni-
versity. Max Gozesky, Ph. 2-31484. )631,
LOST- Maroon wallet. ,initialed H.D,Mf.
Large suml of mnmey and, papers. Call
Helen D. McDowell, Univ., Ext. 2603.
Reward. ) 641,
BLUE FABRIC WALLET lost In Burton
Tower on Feb. 28, Contents needed
desperate]ly- Reward., Mary Hammond.
Ph, 2-7328. 1014 Vaughn St. )58L
LOSTr -- Ladies gold Hamilton watch,
black elastic band, engraved - Mary
Lou Scanlon 6 /21 /47. Call 2-3839. 52L
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/a Ca
302 South Main
Phone 8916

FOR RENT
3 ROOM APARTMENT Unfurnlshed.
Share bath. $78 per month. For Uni-
versity couple with no children.
Newly decorated. Call 6415. )111l
BACHELOR APT. for 2 men. Pivate
bath, entrance. Garage. 2-7886. )9F
BACHELOR Apartment with kitchen-
ette for two men who can fit- into
Bohemian household. Call 8412. )10F
For good accommodatiopsa
Iing your overnight or
weekend guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HO1+
1133 E Ann Phone 8144
TYPING
TYPING WANTED-Rapid, accurate, at
reasonable rates. Phone 2-3357. )IW
TYPING, accurately, prpmptly, expertly
done by student veteran's wife. Thesis
term papers, tax problems, legal
briefs. Hopwood manuscripts, stencils,
etc. Free pick-up and delivery. Ph.
2-4155. )3W
REAL ESTATE

CAMERAS - Mercury II )2.7 (coated)
w/case; Contax I fh Sonar w/copying
attachment and accessories; Cine Ko-
dak 20 movie camera wv/case. Call
Bross or Rabbo at 2-0549. )76
1948 PLYMOUTH Conv. like new. Extra
car, must sell, big reduction. Phone
2-3297 noons or Ypsi 1220-W after
5 p.m. )75
KELVINATOR refrigerator Call alter 5
pin.. 527 Church St., Apt. (6. )74
COMMUNICATIONS Receivers: Choice
of Halicrafters SX28 and SX25 with
speakers. Phone 9888 after 6:00. )71
'47 FORD Convertible. cream color,
black top, plenty of accessories, ex-
cellent condition. Call 8798 or se
Don 'Cecil;'6l4' Mar y CIA * )73
FIVE FOOT K&E drawing board, stand
and straight edge. Value $108. Will
sacrifice $45. Call Wayne 0909J. )72
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COMPLETE Ski Equipment. Excellent.
condition, $20. 4141, 6-7 p.m. )66
CAMERA For Sale--2 x3 Graflex with
coated f4.5 Ektar. Call 8257 after 5
p.m. ) 70
GOING ABROAD! Selling radio-phono-
graph, household goods, camera, etc.
Ph. 2-8509. )69
BICYCLE, Schwinn racer. Basket. Al-
most new. $30. Contact Les Ettman,
226 Adams ulse., West Quad. )68
We have al large supply of
RONSON LIGH'ERS for sale,
all models and all numbers
at regular prices.
Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co. ),
GENUINE PIGSKIN BILLFOLDS with
zipper on three sides, five windows
for identification papers, eic., a 1p-
pered coin purse, a secret compart-
ment, and a place for keys. All these
in one for only $2.00.
COUSIN'S ON STATE ST. )1
SPECIAL AT SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington
Navy T Shirts 49c
Army Officers "Pink" Shirts $6.75
Pink Trousers 100'' Wool $14.95 )3
IT'S SPRING TIME AGAIN--Stop in
and see the prool Suits--Coats-
lresses. Sires 9 to 15 and 10 to 44.
Also 121.. to 24' .
THE ELIZABETH DILLON 51O1
:309 Souti State :t, )<
TELEVISION
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__ Phone 4997
"36 CHEVROLET Standard Sedan. Good
mechanical condition. Price asked,
$200.00. Call John Slater, 2-9318 or
2-6500. )55
BABY Parakeets and Canaries. Bird
supplies and cages. Moderate prices,
562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )4
MORE BARGAINS IN OLD BOOKS on
all subjects. New titles added daily.
Good browsing. You can't afford to
miss them.
OVERBECK BOOKSTORE
1216 South University )16
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OUR MISSING Salesman - Just gave
himself a home permanent. Please
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