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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,

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SANITATION PLUS:
Local Eateries Beeome
Paragons of Cleanimess

By JACK BARENSE
If you dine regularly in campus
restaurants, you are entitled to
breathe a sigh of ieliel.
Sanitation in local public res-
taurants is 100 per cent better
today than it was two years ago,
according to Gilbert W. Caswell,
SDA Sponsors
FrenchFIlm
Picture to Inaugurate
'Social Issue Series'
"Song of the Street," a French
film, will be given its Ann Arbor
premiere under the auspices of
the Students for Democratic Ac-
tion at 8 p.m. Thursday in Archi-
tecture Auditorium.
The movie, directed by Victor
Trivas and set in a Paris slum,
will also be shown at 7 and 9 p.m.
Friday and Saturday.
The film is the first of SDA's
"Social Issues Cinema Series." The
purpose of the series, according to
SDA officials, is to bring to cam-
pus "films which are of intrinsic
artistic merit and which high-
hlisi, contemporary social prob-
lems."
Funds raised through the pro-
gram will enable a member of the
CAmpus group to participate in a
*Aonth's study at a Labor School
In England next summer, along
with 30 other SDA members from
other American campuses.
To Sell 'Caballero'
The second issue of "El Cabel-
lero Andante," the Spanish news-
paper, will go on sale tomorrow at
the Romance Language Building.
The paper, priced at 10 cents,
will feature this month informa-
tiQh on the forthcoming Spanish
play, "Pueblo de las Mujeresns
M-ICHIGAN
Today and Wednesday
A FART UAE
IN FUN, 1UGIITER
ADRMANCE
*~ /

jInn Arbor Food and Sanitation'
nspector.
* * *
CASWELL ATTRIBUTES the
nprovement to two factors: a
;reater supply of available help
-nd increased competition for the
,tudent's business.
He said that two years ago
rodents were a major sanitation
threat in near-campus eating
establishments. "By tightening
rubbish regulations and de-
manding proper food storage
safeguards the situation has
shown marked improvement,"
he added.
"We are even stricter in de-
nanding proper sanitation of eat-
ing utensils," Caswell declared.
EATING PLACES which more
than meet the minimum require-
ments for a license are given green
"approved" signs.
He added that if students
have any complaints they can
aid the inspectors by reporting
them to the Ann Arbor Health
Department.
"Due to the department's lim-
ited personnel," Caswell said, "we
cannot be aware of all the viola-
tions that are bound to occur."
Union Holds
Bridge Contest
An all-campus bridge tourna-
ment will be held March 20, offer-
ing four trophies to the winning
contestants.
The Union sponsoredicontest
will be held in two sessions, at
2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Prospective contestants should
register at the Union student of-
fices from 3 to 5 p.m. today or
tomorrow, Dale Coenen, Union
Publicity Chairman said.
There is a $1 entry fee for each
contestant per session.

Engineering
Requirements
Are Changed
The engineering college has
abolished its entrance requirement
of a foreign language, according
to a recent announcement by Dean
Ivan C. Crawford.
Previously, freshmen could enter
the college provisionally without
having taken two years of foreign
language in high school, but they
had to elect two semesters of col-
lege work in a language with no
credit toward graduation.
The change, which goes into ef-
fect in September, will eliminate
this necessity for the next enter-
ing class.
Other changes will cut down the
number of electives in high school
from five to four and require three
credits in a group consisting of bi-
ology, economics, English, foreign
languages, mathematics and
chemistry.
teaching ,Jobs
Open Abroad
Teaching applicants will be in-
terviewed by a recruiting team
representing schools for children
in American occupational forces
in Germany, Austria, Japan and
Okinawa here March 24 through
March 28.
Advance information indicates
that the so-called dependent
schools in the four areas will seek
approximately 300 teachers and
"some" administrative personnel,
Dr. Purdom said.
Contracts will be signed for one-
year periods at salaries of $3,700
per teacher, plus living quarters
and transportation both vays.
Minimum requirements include
a bachelor's degree and a teach-
ing certificate and two years'
teaching experience. Age limits are
set at between 22 and 40 for the
German and Austrian positions
and between 22 and 35 for both
Japan and Okinawa.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

Publication in The Daily Officials
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent ini
typewritten form to the Office of
the Assistant to the President, Room
2552 Administration Building, by 3:00
p.m. on the" day preceding publica-
tion (11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1919
VOL. LIX, No. 115
Notices
Teacher's Certificate Can di -
dates: The Teacher's Oath will be
given to all June candidates for
the teacher's certificate Tues.,
March 15, 1437 University Ele-
mentary School. This is a require-
ment for the teacher's certificate.
Seniors, School of Education:
Your graduation announcements
will be sold Tues., through Fri.,
March 15-18, 10 a.m.-12 noon and
2-4 p.m., Student Lounge Univer-
sity Elementary School.
Women students attending the
Union Theatre trip to see "Har-
vey," March 16, have 1 a.m. late
permission.
Fencing Petitions: The Scimi -
tar Club requests that all fencing
petitions which are completed be
turned in as soon as possible; all
remaining petitions be turned in
not later than Mon., March 21.
The Delta Delta Delta local
scholarship fund at the University
of Michigan is for the benefit of
any junior woman who is working
towards a Bachelor's Degree who
shows evidence of superior citizen-
ship, has a financial need, and who
fulfills the scholarship require-
ment. Affiliated or unaffiliated
women may apply.
Any regularly .enrolled junior

woomall on the Michigan campus
is eligiblc who has mntained an
overall average of two-tenths of a
point above all-campus women's
averae of tha preceding year.
('Thr minimum required av erage
for eligibility this years is 2.85).
Application blanks may be se-
cured from the Office of the Dean
of Women. They are to be tilled
ou.t and returned to that office ac-
companied by three letters of roe-
ommendation, as specified. Appli-
cations must be filed by April 13.
$75 will be awarded to the win-
ning applicant early in May to be
used the following academic year.
The Boy Scouts of America
will have a representative here on
Thurs.. March 17, to interview
students interested in professional
Scouting. Appointments may be
made by calling Ext. 371, or in the
office of the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3528 Administration Bldg.
The Near East College Associa-
tion announces that it will need a
number of single men teachers in
the following subjects: English,
History, Geography, Engineering,
Mathematics, Music, Library Sci-
ence, Biology, Chemistry (PhD),
Political Science (PhD). Sociology
(PhD preferred), and Commerce.
Most of these positions require ex-
perience. There is one position for
a single woman to teach Natural
Science in a preparatory school.
For further information, call at
the Bureau of Appointments.
Mr. E. L. Bowsber, Superinten-
dent of Schools, Toledo, Ohio, will
be in Ann Arbor on Thurs., March
17, to speak to students interested
in teaching in the Public Schools
of Toledo in 1949-50. Both ele-
mentary and secondary teachers
are needed. There is also a need
for teachers of Art, Industrial
Arts, and Commercial Subjects. A
general meeting of all those inter-
ested will be held at 4:15 p.m., Au-
dio-Visual Auditorium. 4051 Ad-
ministr'ation Bldg. Everyone in-
terested is invited to attend,
Camp Positions: Representative
from Camp Q-Gull (private coed),
Lake Charlevoix, Mich., will be
here Thursday afternoon, March
17, to interview women for posi-
tions as craft counselor, iding in-
structor, camp nurse, and general
counselors. For appointment call
at the Bureau of Appointments or
call extension 2614.

Mr.1 W. C. Bergman, Michigan
Bell 'I'telephonc Co., Detroit, will
be in L30 School of Business Ad-
minlis ,,ltion, Thurs., March 18,
4:10 pm to speak to interested
studeWi4, of the School of Business
Admini strat ion and the Literary
College 'concerning employment
opportuaities and requirements
with hi organization. Sponsored
by the School of Business Admin-
istration r'and the University Bu-
reau of A;ppointments.
Universi'ty Community Center:
Willow Vi~lage.
Tues., Mlar. 15, 8 p.m., Student
Wives' Clut.
Wed., Mair. 16, 8 p.m., Ceramics.
Bridge for ibeginners.
Thurs., M..ar. 17,.8 p.m., Ceram-
ics. Water-,olor. Copper class.
Loecture
Special Lecture in Journalism:
John L. Brumm, professor emeri-
tus and former chairman of the
Department of Journalism, will
address journalism concentrates
and other irterested students on
the subject, "Libery and the
News," 3 p.m., Wed., March 16,
Rm. B, Haven Hall. Coffee hour.
AcademicANotices
Aerodynamics Seminar, Aero.
Eng. 160: Wed., March 16, 4-6
p.m., Rm. 1508 E. Engineering
Bldg.
Topic: Basic equations of dia-
batic compressible flows with ro-
tation.
Botany Seminar: Open Ineeting,
Wed., March 16, 4 p.m., 1139 Nat-
ural Science. "Microfossils from
Michigan Coal," Prof. C. A. Arn-
old.
Miathematics Colloquium: Tues.,
March 15, 4:15 p.m., 3201 Angell
Hall. Dr. Leonard Tornheim will
discuss End Parameter Families
and Generalized Convex Func-
tions.
Physical Chemistry Seminar:
Thurs. evening., March 17, 8 p.m.,
Rm,. 1300 Chemistry. Prof. E.
Bright Wilson, Jr. of Harvard Uni-
versity will speak on "Microwave
Spectroscopy and Molecular
Structure."
Wildlife Management Division,
of the School of Forestry and Con-

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HELP WANTED
TEACHERS: Kindergarten, Elementary,
Music, others. Some salary schedules
start at $2900-$3000 without exper-
ience. Give phone, photo, qualifica-
tions. Clinie Teachers Agency, East
Lansing, Mich. )16H
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Black Ronson lighter. Engraved
LFS. Between Hill Aud. and New
Dorm. If found, call Lola Schwartz.
2-6581.
LOST - Man's blue cashmere jersey,
probably in parking lot by University
Hall. Reward. Dial 5986. 75L
BLUE FABRIC WALLET lost in Burton
Tower on Feb. 28. Contents needed
desperately. Reward. Mary Hammond.
Ph. 2-7328, 1014 Vaughn St. }$8L
BUSINESS SERVICES
FOR A CANDID CAMPUS, consult our
complete photography files. Purchase
Radio and Camera Shop, Church and
South U. Phone 8696. )20B
EXPERT Typewriter Repair Service.
Mosely Typewriter Co., 214 E. Wash-
ington. )23B
8TIS-Have them reconditioned, block-
ed and properly stored for summer.
Call 2-7608, after 5 p.m. }24B

TYPING

WANTED TO BUY

TYPING WANTED-Rapid, accurate, at ELDERLY AUTO, not too expensive.
reasonable rates. Phone 2-3357. )1W Call 2-4591, 310 Prescott House. )4D

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BOOKS
More Bargains in Old Books
on all subjects. New titles added daily.
Good Browsing. You can't afford
to miss them.
OVERBECK BOOK STORE
1216 South University )16
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE to N.Y.C. wanted April ,st. Share
expense and driving. Sy Maxwell,
2-6382. )3T
PERSONAL
AN OPEN LETTER-To our missing
salesman : The people that you have
sent in the past week want wigs and
toupees. The time saver top is an
exclusive feature on the Royal Type-
writers. Office Equipment Service Co.,
1116 So. University. 1B
CORSAGES
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE
Phone 2-7032 )25B
MERRY-GO-ROUND Peter Pan Bras-
sieres. Sizes 32 - A.B.C. Cup. Ran-
dalls, 306 S. State. )lop
ROOMS FOR RENT
NICE DOUBLE room for two Chinese
students. On first floor, with cooking
privileges and bath. Two blocks from
campus. Call 9232, ask for landlady.
)43R
WEEKEND rooms available in private
homes. Call Student Room Bureau,
2-8827, 11:30 - 12, 6:30 - 7:00. )1R
SINGLE ROOM-Man, 300 ft. from the
Engineering arch. Ph. 2-3201 days.
-)39R
FOR RENT
FEMALE graduate student has apart-
ment close to campus to share with
girl graduate student. Write Box 181
Mich. Daily. )12F

FOR SALE
WE HANDLE a complete New York line
of Henri Bendel Cosmetics-the bene-
ficial night cream sells for $1.50.
SPECIAL
MARK DOWN SALE
of a group of formals for $15.00 each.
Take your choice of sizes and colors.
Wool, rayon and corduroy dresses at
only $5.00. Some are short.
COUSINS
on State St,
PALACE HOUSE TRAILER-Plus full
length living room added. Sacrif ice.
See at 2090 Baker Rd., Dexter. )82
1939 DODGE COUPE, new paint, seat
covers, license. Excellent condition.
$550. 335 E. Jefferson, 2-0545. )81
SALE AT SAMS STORE
122 E. Washington St.
100% Wool Grey Flannel Pants-$5.88
Navy T Shirts-49c
Khaki Drill Pants. Sanf.-$2.88. )8
LOOK AT THIS!
A Regular $79.95 Zip Topper
by Printless and Sycmore
NOW ONLY $69.95
All Wool Gabardine Sizes 8 to 40
The ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 S. State )2
PIPE SALE
Special Selling of 350 Pipes at $2.19.
Choice of Shape.
CALKINS-FLETCHER DRUG CO.
324 S. State St. )5
AERO RADIO. 335 S Main )11
RADIO-Record Player equipped with
LP, 1949 Philco table model 1405 Sale
by private owner. See at Ward's Re-
ord Shop, 1209 S. Univ. )80
VIOLIN worth about $100, include case,
bow. In good shape. Phone Don An-
derson, 2-8242, 9 to 5:30. )78

DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2020

The LANTERN GARDEN THE FARM CUPBOARD
Near Michigan Theatre
Delicious Meals at Reasonable Prices Specializing in FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS
Chinese and American Cuisine Open Daily 11 A.M. to 9 P.M., Except Monday
PHONE 6380 FOR ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 5400 Plymouth Rd. (on the way to Detroit); Phone 9387
THE BETSY ROS S SHOP The CHATTERBOX
Nickels Arcade 100% Pure BEEFBURGER on steamed bun
"THE BEST CHILI"
Saturday 7:30 - 2:30 Always Fresh SILEX COFFEE
Open 7: 0 - 4:30 Monday thru Friday Hill and South State Sts.
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DAILY SPECIALS --
RESTAURANT and CANDY SHOP Breakfast, Monday thru Friday, 7-10 A.M.
Reasonably Priced Lunch 11 to 1:30 ... Dinner 5 to 7:00
LUNCHEON and DINNER Sunday 12 to 2:30 and 5 to 7:00
332 SOUTH STATE STREET Thru the Arcade - 338 Maynard Street
NIMS andMILLER
CAFETERIA , COFFEE SHOP Open 24 Hours a Day
Our Daily Spedial Saves You Money FREE DELIVERY
from 8 P.M. 4 A.M.
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Continuous From 1:30 P.M.
Weekday Evenings
Matinees 25e & S doy 35
NOW THRU THURS!
From the HILARIOUS
Stage Play!
at 2:40- 6:00 & 9:20 P.M.

LAUNDRY - Washing and/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. Restyling. Alter-
ations. Prompt service on all altera-
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 E.
Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4B
Continuous from 1 P.M.
Today and Wednesday

FEMALE graduate student has apart-
ment close to campus to share with
girl graduate student. )12F

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For good accommodations
bring your overnight or
weekend guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144

TELEVISION
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A IRO RADIO SALES & SERVICEj
Phone 4997 )7
BABY Parakeets and Canaries. Bird
supplies and cages. Moderate prices,
562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )4

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and ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT MEN
present
BEST GERMAN FILM SINCE 'SWEAN NGEL
"EXCELLENT! A stirring German drama, beau-
tifully played and stirringly realistic!"-POST
Of ~ DON'T MISS IT! 'Marriage in the Shadows'
hits you hard. This is the real thing!"-STAR
"An OUTSTANDING German drama!"-NEWS
"A GEM!".-MIRROR

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