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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH

CONCRETE RESEARCH:
Engineer Perfects Strain
Test Gauge for Concrete
Pioneer research in concrete is Prof. Sherlock hopes that
under way at the College of En- Fatin's research will remove any
gineering. hit-or-miss guesses on the
Ala E. Fatin, an Egyptian engi- makeup of the interior of con-
neer working on his doctor's de- crete, thus reducing the number
gree in science, has perfected a of painstakingly calculated as-
way to bury electric strain gauges sumptions which engineers now
inside aconcrete beam without ef- have to make.
feeting their accuracy in measur- The strain gauges used by Fatin
ing expansion or contraction. are merely flat coils of hair-like
* * * wire inside the concrete and
CONCRETE is known to shrink hooked up to electric recording de-
al it ages and up to now it has vices.
been impossible to measure the Prof. Sherlock believes that
amount of strain on a beam except Fatin's research in this work may
on the outside edges, according to bring about major changes in con-
Robert H. Sherlock, professor of crete design, making its manufac-
Civil Engineering, under whom ture and construction stronger and
Fatin is working. cheaper.
( . C ) oGtJt) tt o ) r) ?)
CHINESE STUDENT CLUB presents BI'illiant
YOUNG CHINESE MODERN DANCES
MISS LIN PEI FENu
at the
PATTENGILL AUDITORIUM
Friday Evening, March 11, 8:30 P.M. - All seats reserved. e
Tickets available at Administration Bldg., Mar. 9, 10, 11
90c and $1.20 .,
t: _::- o c t)oe aet)oetsc cme-- at<>o

'U' To Observe
Anniversary
On March 18
Alumnii in U-.S., Oilier
Nations to Celebrate
The University's 112th anniver-
sary will be celebrated next week
in about 75 cities in the nation
and in four countries.
The anniversary. which is
March 18, commemorates the Or-
ganic Act of 1837 which estab-
lished the Board of Regents as a

Labor Advisor MODERN JESSIE JAMES:

governing body. A second act two
days later moved the Universitiy
from Detroit to its present site.
A "UNIVERSITY OF Michi-
gan" was established before Mich-
igan became a state, in 1817, and
four years later changed its name
from Latin to English. But these
two schools did not teach collegi-
ate subjects.
Besides the various alumni
celebrations in the United
States, four other countries are
known to observe the birthday:
Brazil, Cuba, Ecuador and the
Philippines.
President Alexander G. Ruth-
ven will speak in Midland;<
Vice-President Robert P. Briiggsj
in Chicago; and Vice-President
Marvin L. Niehuss in Lansing.

Tells of British
IndustryPlans
Nationalization of British indu-
try has come about becaue pri-
vate industry failed to keep in
touch with events outside Great
Britain, according to Norman H.
Burfitt, labor advisor to the Brit-
ish consulate-general in London.
In a recent address to the Ann
Arbor chapter of the American
Veterans Committee, Burfitt
pointed out that before any Eng-
lish industry can be nationalized
it must fulfill these conditions.
TIlE INDUSTRY must be of
key importance. It must have been
inefficient in the past. A large
capital sum must be needed.
The labor advisor, now work-
ing in the Detroit consulate of-
fice, mentioned that stockbol-
ders in nationalized industries
were compensated party in cash,
partly in government bonds.
When asked about the mechan-
ics of English industries, he said
"manufacturing concerns now
functioning in Great Britain are
actually run by a board of con-
trols composed of specialists in the
nationalizing industry field."

Bandit Forces Passengers
On Train To Forfeit Wallets
___®,1 free sandwiches and coffee to thc
passengers, Prof. Dalke said.
ATRT> I:Eholdiup inmn had
left the car, one of the passengers "i WENT TO BED and to sleep
;ot up and stood by a partition. shortly after it was all over. But
"If he comes back, I'll trip him," from the talk in the morning,
the passenger said to Prof. Dalke. some of the passengers stayed up
all night," Prof. Dalke said.
"The conductor came through In the morning railroad detec-
a few minutes later, laughing tives came through the car to see
and trying to calm the people if anyone had been hurt. Prof.
down." Prof. Dalke related. Dalke submitted a bill for his
Amused, the conductor quipped, broken glasses. He had lost only
"I gu -s Ill have to get my five dollars in the hold-up.
guns out and strap them on Prof. Dalke was returning from
again." a North American Wildlife con-
.ml. ference in Washington when the
A few minutes later, the ding holdup occurred. He is attached
car, scene of the shooting of a to the University of Idaho and
chef earlier in the evening, served the U.S. Wildlife service there.
The
LITTLE BIRD Ann Ar
Niglat Club or
DANCING FIGURE SKATING
Fridi - Saa/rrday - SLBday
211 Souit StateCLUB
Adm1. Per Couple 50c Single
or Reervations Call 2-8315 presents

ROAD BLOCK-Part of a creeping wall of ice which blew off
Saginaw Bay, Mich., crossed the Ricoma beach road, blocking
off the deadend road.
Roach To Play Five Clariets

George Roach, SM, will become
a "one man woodwind section"
in a University student recital at
8 p.m. Monday in the Rackham
Assembly Hall.
Roach will use five clarinets in
giving a graduate recital. This is
the first time so many instru-
ments have been used in a formal
recital by a University Student,
according to Roach's instructor,
Prof. William Stubbins of the
Music School.
Roach will perform four solo

numbers and then join in quartet
and quintet numbers. The clarinet
quintet will perform Roach's ar-
rangement of Rimsky-Korsakoff'sl
"Dance of the Buffoons."
One of the five clarinets Roach
will play is the contra-bass, which
has the lowest range of any in-
strument in a band. The one he
will use is one of 36 such instru-
ments in the world and was givenI
to the University by the Leblanc
Company, of Paris, last year.

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DAILY DEN FEATURE

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in CINECOLOR!
At 3:25-6:35- 9:45

Continuous From 1:30 P.M.
Mats. 25c -- Eve. 35c
NOW & SATURDAY
STR
HOR$E
WILLA: BISHOP VIRGINIA PATTON
At 2:05 - 5:15 8:25

Burger in the Basket
35c
Made frowz freshly ground full flavored beef
'wi/h golden French fried Idaho potatoes.
Your choice of relish, pickle or onion.
The WOLVERIN E DEN

HELP WANTED
WANTED-Girl to clean 6 room house
weekly after Spring vacation. Call
2-8254 between 5 and 6. )14H

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FOR RENT

South University and Forest
THE IDEAL STUDENT CENTER

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Sat. and Sun. l4 C Ziujas'
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EDWARD STALL
presents
4tcxaidrC Da:gas .
MI
"Pluto's H

IF YOU ARE looking for a nice gift
item, we have just the thing-Mary
Dunhill personalized lipstick, com-
plete with two initials. It has been
reduced from $2.00 to $1.25.
CALKINS-FLETCHER DRUG CO.
324 S. State St. )5
3 ROOM APARTMENT - Unfurnished.
Share bath. $78 per month. For Uni-
versity couple with no children.
Newly decorated.Call 6415. )1i1
For good accommodations
bring your overnight or
weekend guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144
TYPING
''YPING WANTED-Rapid, accurate, at
reasonable rates. Phone 2-3357. )IW
FOR SALE
VIOLIN worth about $100, include case,
bow. In good shape. Phone Don An-
derson, 2-8242, 9 to 5:30. )78
COMPLIMENTS THROUGH JEWELRY
tiny scatter pins to highlight your cos-
tumes, every sire, shape, color you could
ask for -- only $1.00 to $4.00 at the
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 S. State St. )2
SET OF FRENCH Linguaphone Records,
complete with dictionary and conver-
sation manual. Has never been used.
Phone 2-5633 after 5:30. )77
CAMERAS - Mercury II )2.7 (coated)
w/case; Contax I fh Sonar w/copying
attachment and accessories; Cine Ko-
dak 20 movie camera w/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 after 5
p.m., 527 Church St., Apt. 6. )74
COMMUNICATIONS Receivers: Choice
of Halicrafters SX28 and SX25 with
speakers. Phone 9888 after 6:00. )71
FIVE FOOT K&E drawing board, stand
and straight edge. Value $108. Will
sacrifice $45. Call Wayne 0909J. )72
GENUINE PIGSKIN BILLFOLDS with
zipper on three sides, five windows
for identification papers, etc., a zip-
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 )8
TELEVISION
RADIOS SERVICE
AERO RADIO SALES & SERVICE
Phone 4997 )7
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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"Spring lime is 1'lay/ime"
Use the CLASSIFIEDS
to sell or buy
SPORTING EQUIPMENT
Call123-24-1
ROOMS FOR RENT
LARGE FRONT room for 2 men. $10
per week, 721 Catherine. )42R
SINGLE for male grad. student or up-
per classman. 514 So. Forest. )41R
PLEASANT front room for two male
students on campus. Phone 2-2052.
)37lR
SINGLE ROOM-Man. 300 ft. from the
Engineering arch.A Ph. 2-3201 dayf-.
)39R
LOST AND FOUND
COVERT TOPCOAT exchanged at AE.P.
House Sunday. L. Stross, 2-4410. )73L
LOST-One of a pair of black, fur-lined
gloves on March 5, between Goldmans
on State and Campus Post Office,
Call 2-4200. Irv Hellenga. )74L
LOST-- pr. glasses and pen in green
alligator glass, case bet. Jordan and
Ed. Sch. Call Marian Taetle, 2-4561.
)72L

HURRY-UP HENRY
SAYS

PERSONAL.
GEORGE-Junior released. Judge sayS
killing grandmother was a hbonefit toE
all humanity. Let 's celebrate and go
to the WISHING WELL BALL.
A MESSAGE-to our inissin salesman:
Stop sending pe:pl- in for automatic
locks --That's one of the features on
the New Royal portable. Office Equip-
ment Service Company, 1116 S. Uni-
versitv. )lB
SELECT your cotton dresses now. Sizes
10-18 and 9-15. Use our convenient
lay-away plan. $7.95 up. Randall's,
306 S State. )lOP
BUSINESS SERVICES
LADI ES'
Tailoring
Alterations --- Ienodeling
A. GINSBURG
Phone 2-3481 for appointments 183
PHILCO TELEVISION SET Like New
A Table ModelBargain $12
PURCHASE RADIO and CAERA hiiOP
Church and South U. Phone 8696
- )20P
Electric Shaver Parts and Service
MOSLEY TYPEWRITLR CO.
214 E. Washington )23B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken for
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
) 3I,
LAUNDRY -- Washing and/or Ironing.
Done in my own home. I-ave stretch-
er for wool socks. Free pickup and
delivery. Phone 2-9020. )21
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 8161 )5B
CUSTOM CLOTHES. R-tyling. Alter-
ations. Prompt service on all altera-
tions, Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 .
Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4T3
SMOOT H !
DANCE MUSIC
Chuck Downer & Orch. Ph. 25-0031
}20P
SOCIAL CHAIRMEN: The Mack Fergu-
son Trio is now booking spring dates.
Leave calls at 2-418.3. })13P
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SUNDAY! "Time Of Your Life" and "The Big Punch"
STARTS TODAY
y MAT. 30c NIGHTS 40c
THRU TUESDAY
No Main Opp. Cout House PLUS
. i - tAWENCE PRISCILU
I TLU DERERS
0 gas
ELIABETH RISDplN
T RUC OLOR W~th'~STEVE BRODIE
iLONA MASSEY -ADRlIAN BOOTH
ADDED SERIAL and LATEST PATHE NEWS
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1204 South University Avenue
... serving...
OREAKFASTS, LUNCHEONS and DINNERS

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DILEMMA-How can I light my room-
mate's cigarettes. Lost my Ronson
Whirlwind (black & chrome), 3:;30
Wednesday, Betsy Ross. Call Jim,
2-0939, 'Tues., 3-10 p.m. )71 1I
LOST--Black leather wallet,. monogram
HRV. Keep money but please return
other contents. Hernic Vogel, 1805
Washtenaw, ph. 9388. )70L
LOST-Saturday, black purse containing
Ronson lighter, Benrus watch, valued
as gifts. Near Law Quad on State.
Reward. Ph. Bev Dippel, 2-4471, Rm.
5504. )631,
BLUE FABRIC WALLET lost in Burton
'rower on Feb. 28. Contents needed
desperately. Reward. Mary Hammond.
Ph. 2-7328, 1014 Vaughn St. )58L

SANDWICHES and SALADS $1.00 each, including tax
Available at
from University Rink, Ulrich's
Slater's, Wahr's, Michigan Union
700 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Closed Sundays
and INTER CO-OP COUNCIL Present
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It"itch (l"Uf t, Religioin, Adultery
National Board of Review Ratings of
Best Pictures of Year:
1. DAY OF WRATH
2. THE SEARCH
3. TREASURE OF SIERRA MADRE
4. HAMLET
5. THE SNAKE PIT
6. JOHNNY BELINDA
7. JOAN OF ARC
"The most remarkable movie of recent years.
-LIFE Magazine

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