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WTHEMICHIGANDAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in The Daily Official The University Personnel Office
Bulletin is constructive notice to all has received calls for students in-
members of the University. Notices terested in part-time employment.
for the Bulletin should be sent in Men who have had soda fountain
typewritten form to the Office of the Mewhoavhdsdafuti
Assistant to the President, Room 2552 experience and who have the
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m. hours 11 a.m. through 2 p.m. and
on the day preceding publication 6 to 11 p.m. free are needed. There
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays). are also several calls for students
who are interested in household
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1949 and gardenwork.
VOL. LIX, No. 132
Final Notice-
Notices Group Hospitalization and Sur-
Student Tea: President and Mrs. gical Service: During the period
tudentwillTeatresetondMs.from April 5 through April 15, the
Ruthven will be at home to stu- University Business Office (Room
dents from 4 to 6 o'clock this af- 3058 Administration Building),
ternoong will accept new applications as
well as requests for changes in
To Members of the Faculty: contracts now in effect. These new
Notice has been received of op- applications and changes become
portunities under the Fulbright effective June 5, with the first
Act for American citizens to un- payroll deductions on May 31.
dertake advanced research or to After April 15 no new applications
serve as Visiting Professors in the or changes can be accepted until
United Kingdom, France, Italy, October 1949.
Greece, Belgium-Luxemberg, Bur-
ma and the Philippines. Awards College of Architecture and De-
are ordinarily made for one aca- sign: Midsemester reports for stu-
demic year, are paid wholly in the dents in this College whose work
currency of the foreign country is not satisfactory are requested
and are intended to cover all liv- during the week of April 11. Please
ing and travel expenses. Applica- send to 207 Architecture.
tions for all of the above countries
except Italy and Burma must be School of Business Administra-
mailed by midnight April 30. Fur- tion: The faculty of the School of

Business Administration will be at
home to other members of the
University faculty and their fam-
ilies on Sun., April 24, from 3 to 5
to view the new building.
May Festival Ushers for Second
Balcony, Ticket takers, and Stage
Ushers: Come to the Box Office
this afternoon in Hill Auditorium
and pick up your Ushers Tickets,
between 5 and 6 p.m.
SECOND BALCONY-James K.
Anderson, Donald Autore, Robert
B. Bentley, Melvin Bondy, Morris
Caminer, Joseph Cochin, Mary
Elizabeth Corlin, Dorothy Dice,
Donald W. Dickson, Mary Dinnan,
Victor Dunaitis, Jeanne Duncan,
Nathalie Elliott, June Freitag, Mary
Lee Fretz, Grant K. Goodman,
Helen Grossfeld, Sue Guimaraes,
Ellis B. Hayden, Maud Hukill,
Josef Jahr, Ivan T. Kaufman,
William Lanzner, Edward Lautner,
Mary Ellen Lavely, John D. Lead-
better, Herbert Leiman, Valerie
Lemper, Gail Locken.
TICKET TAKERS, STAGE
USHERS: Maurice B. Allen, Jr.,
Betty Ann Bacon, Herbert Cran-
dell, Harold Daum, Walter L. Gal-
son, Arnold Held, Edith Held,
Robert Herhusky, Lloyd Newman,
Albert M. Warner, Donald Wyant,
Donald Zill..
V. A. Lowenberg, Robert A. Ma-
rietta, Helen Marx, William F.
Mennick, Marilyn Moran, Rhoda
Joy Norwitz, Helen Olsher, Wilbur
J. Perry, Jane Peterson, Mary
Peterson, Doris R. Podewils, Har-

old W. Rehm, Frederick M. Rem-
ley, Dorothy Roberts, Alfred Rose,
Stanley H. Saulson, Leon Sparling,
Judith M. Starr, Alice Steele,
Charleen Symmonds, Herbert
Tanney, Robert L. Temby, John H.
Thomson, Elizabeth Ann Walker,
John Waller, Mary E. Watkins, W.
W. Wilkinson, Richard J. Wlody-
ga, E. L. Wohlgemuth.
Graduate Women Interested in
Part-time Counseling Positions in
the Women's Residence Halls for
the school year 1949-50 may ar-
range appointments for inter-
views by calling the office of the
Dean of Women (Ext. 341; ask for
Mrs. Sprentall) before April 30.
Froggy Bottom Records: Orders
for the musical numbers will be
taken Wednesday and Thursday
afternoon, April 13 and 14, 3-5:30
p.m., at the ticket booth, Union
lobby. The cast and general stu-
dent body may order at that time.
Elizabeth Sargent Lee Medical
History Prize is awarded annually
to a junior or senior premedical
student in the College of Litera-
ture, Science, and the Arts for
writing the best essay on some
topic concerning the history of
medicine. Freshmen in the Medi-
cal School who are on the Com-
bined Curriculum in Letters and
Medicine are eligible to compete
in the contest. The committee on
the contest are Professors A. A.

Christman, and F. H. Test, and
John Arthos.
The Committee announces the
following sample topics:
1. History of a Medical Unit
2. Medical-Aid Man
3. Medicine in industry
4. Tropical Medicine
Prospective contestants may
consult committee members by ap-
pointment.
(1) A first prize of $50 and a
second prize of $25 are offered,
(2) manuscripts should be 3,000 to
5,000 words in length, (3) manu-
scripts should be typed, double
spaced, on one side of the paper
only, (4) contestants must submit
two copies of their manuscripts,
and (5) all manuscripts should be
handed in at 1220 Angell Hall by
May 15, 1949.
NSA Travel Bureau will be open
Wednesday and Thursday, 4-5
o'clock in the Office of Student
Affairs.
Bureau of Appointments:
The Western Cartridge Com-
pany has openings for mechanical,
industrial, and general mining en-
gineers for an intensive training
program for positions open to
June graduates in their organiza-
tion.
The Foster Wheeler Corp. has
openings in their training pro-
gram for graduate mechanical
and chemical engineers.
The Citizens Utility Co. of
Greenwich, Conn., have openings

in their trainjing course which
would lead to assistant manager-
ships in one of their utility prop-
erties. Candidates should have an
engineering degree. with a basic
understanding of the fundamental
business subjects.
For information concerning the
above, contact J. C. Brennan, 3528+
Administration Bldg.
Summer Work
April 14-The Fair, Chicago De-
partment Store, will have a rep-
resentative here to interview girls
for summer positions on their Col-
lege Fashion Board. Chicago resi-
dents preferred. For further infor-
mation and appointments, call Ext.
371 or call at the office, 3528 Ad-
ministration Bldg.

Bureau of Appointments:
A representative of Camp Ki-
tanniwa (Battle Creek Camp Fire
Girls) will be here Thurs., April
14, to interview experienced girls
for cotunselor positions: sports and
games, dramatics, nature lore,
camp craft, archery, waterfront,
dietetics. music. riding; also camp
nurse, unit diirectors, and craft di-
rectors. For appointment, call at
2528 Administration Blclg.
Summer Work:
Opportunity for men interested
in theatre to work as ushers in
the Central City Opera House,
Central City, Colorado, during the
1949 Play Festival Season, June
27-August 20. For further infor-
mation, call at 3528 Administra-
tion Bldg.

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At 2:55 - 6:10 - 9:30
"A SONG IS BORN"
DANNY KAYE
VIRGINIA MAYO
Matinees . . . . 25c
Evenings . . . . 35c

Doors open 1:15 P.M. Daily
NOW THRU THURS.
At 1:30 - 4:50 - 8:05
,KISS THE BLOOD
OFF MY HANDS"
JOAN FONTAINE
BURT LANCASTER

Summer Work, Engineers:
Opportunity for summer work
with Standard Oil of Ohio, for
juniors in engineering: chemical
engineers for Technical Service
Division, mechanical engineers for
Fuels and Lubricants Service Di-
vision, chemical engineer or indus-
trial engineer with chemical en-
gineering background for eco-
nomic group of Refining Control
Division, industrial engineer with
mcchn~ical engineering, back-
ground for maintenance group in
Refining Control Division. For
further information and applica-
tion blanks, call at Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3528 Administration
Bldg.
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with
Cliff Hoff
eve ry
Friday & Saturday
Night
211 S. State St.

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STARTS TODAY
Thru Friday
Mat. 'til 5 30c Nights 40c

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

No. Main Opp Court House P
A KNOCKOUT! , Six-shooterSho
SCOTT BRADYb
ANABBL SHAW RAYMOND
ADDED BUGS BUNNY CARTOON

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FOR
SALE

FOR SALE.

FOR RENT

FEMALE graduate student has apart-
ment close to campus to share with
one girl. Call 2-1264 between 5 and
6:30 p.m. )20F
For good accommodations
bring your overnight or
weend guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144
5-ROOM HOUSE at Kansas University
in exchange for apt. or house in Ann
Arbor. Occupancy in June. Phone
Kloepper at 7622 before Friday. )19F
LOST
and
FOUND
LOST-Gruen Verithin, broken band,
initials. Tower or along Washtenaw
Mar. 28. Reward. -Call B. J. Clark,
2-2580. )9L
BROWN SILK scarf lost vicinity of
Fisher's Drug. If found, please call
Robert Kuhn, ph. 2-4591. )96L
BLUE FABRIC WALLET lost in Baurton
Tower on Feb. 28. Contents needed
desperately. Reward. Mary Hammond.
Ph. 2-7328, 1014 Vaughn St. )58L
ranI
OPENING!S
TODAY!
Our New
SHRIMP and OYSTER
BAR
Exclusive in Ann Arbor
Visit our beautifully en-
larged Lounge Bar with
new murals of familiar
Ann Arbor scenes.
Now OPEN 12-12
ORGAN MUSIC 6-9 P.M.
W ~e
SUPPER CLUB
3715 Jackson Ave.

1940 FORD Deluxe Convertible Coupe.
Fully Equipped. Call owner, 9050. )45
$70 WORTH of brand new classical rec-
ord albums for $30. Ph. 2-9850. )44
1941 PONTIAC, 4 door, heater, radio,
seat covers. Ph. H-11, Law Club. )41
MOTORCYCLE. '46 Norton, 500 cc displ.
Excellent condition, reasonable price.
Call 2-9882 afternoons and evenings.
)51
1948tCROSLEY Sta. Wgn. Perfect con-
dition. $650. 1660 Monson Ct., W.R.
Phone Ypsi 3560R12 after 5:30. )50
FEET SORE? Man's Aluminum bicycle
-dependable transportation. Reason-
able. Call Tom, 2-2181, after 7 p.m.)49
HOUSE TRAILER, 1946 Kozy Coach. 24
feet., bottle gas, $1500. Selleck's Trail-
er Park, Ypsilanti. Call R. A. Bloom,
Ph. 9282. )48
BEST OFFER over $100 buys 1929 Model
A Ford. Excellent mechanical condi-
tion, with new battery and very good
tires. Inquire at 107 Tyler House, E.
Quad. )47
GREATLY REDUCED Price-Real Bar-
Gain. Phiico radio combination with
long player. Slightly used 1949 model.
Sale by owner. Ward's Record Shop,
1209 S. Univ. )46
EASTER SPECIALS!
Gabardine Sport Shirts ,Assorted Colors
Well Tailored. $3.99.
With zipper front, $4.99.
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington )8

Before You Know It-It's Easter
We'll dress you from head to toe
for the big parade-
in the height of style.
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State )2
STRAW HATS FOR SPRING
From $4.95. Assortment of colors.
COUSINS
on State St.
BOOKS
MAKE your reading hours more pleas-
ant and informative by a book from
our shelves. We have old books from
private libraries, priced from 5c up.
OVERBECK'S
1116 S. University )6
WANTED TO BUY
IF IT FLOATS
WE'LL BUY IT.
4-man canoe. Call Dale, 4379. )5D
WANTED TO RENT
PROFESSOR wants to rent good, un-
furnished house or apartment for
fall. Permanent. Will sign lease. Adult
family. Ph. Mrs. Braver, 8602. ) low
ROOMS FOR RENT
PRIVATE ROOM for student. Close to
campus. Call 2-3445.
SINGLE ROOM-Graduate student pre-
ferred. Newly decorated, furniture,
automatic heat, hot water. Private
home. Come evenings only. Yankey,
811 Sybil. )50R
HELP WANTED

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WANTED-Paul Anderson 'for Senior
President. The Man for the Job. )31P
TO OUR MISSING SALESMAN - Just
because you have spring fever, you
can't stop working. Remember the
Royal Portable Typewriter saves work
and makes things as easy as possible.
Office Equipment Service Co., 1116
So. University. )1B
SUCCESSFUL SENIORS subscribe to
TIME. Your last chance to save $1.50
by subscribing at the low college
rates. $5.00 for yr. Phone 2-82-42,
Student Periodical Agency. Order
now. Your subscription starts when
you have a permanent address.
BABY SITTERS - Call Kiddie Kare,
2-1903; if no answer, 25-7364. )28B
CORSAGES
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE
Phone 2-7032 )25B
JUDY 'N EVELYN-Re stuff left Feb.
5: Need Eversharp for last minute
affairs, typewriter won't do. Pearls
for decoration, lighter for Luckies.
Searched Hartford fruitlessly for Put-
nam street to remind you. No pearls,
pen, lighter or Putnam street. What
gives? )30P
COTTON SLIPS. Sanforized. Eyelet
trim, $1.79. Sizes 32-38 9 to 17.
Randall's Specialty Shop, 306 S. State.
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T OPICAL BYWAYS
Presents Adventure with Latin American Cameraman
AU BERT LAVASTIDA

Quaint Old
Trinidad
and the
Blue Caribbean

100 Minutes
of Color Movies
April 16 8:30 P.M.
Tickets 80c at Wahr's

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PATTENGILL AUDITORIUM - ANN ARBOR HIGH SCHOOL

FRENCH HORN
Conn, Double, F-B Flat
Guaranteed perfect condition.
Call Morgan at 2-2565
between 5 & 7 p.m.

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CAMERA Bargain-Like new Argus C-3
coated f3.5 lens. Excellent for color.
Complete $55. Call Barney, 2-1122. )42
COMPLETE supply of golf equipment;
Bag Boy collapsible caddy carts.
Phone 2-2058. Johnny Malloy, Pro.
)30B
IT'S A CRIME-I've outgrown my beau-
tiful $60 spring suit. Light tan her-
ringbone weave, 37 long, 2-piece.
Come take it away for $35. Phone
2-6605. )22
1941 PLYMOUTH sedan, new engine in
1947, new paint job in 1948. Price
reasonable. Call Bob Gregg, 4896.
)23
BABY PARAKEETS. Delightful, inex-
pensive Easter gifts. Also bird sup-
plies and cages. 562 S. Seventh. Ph.
5330.)4
FORD STATION
WAGON
1946, good running, very good-looking.
Private owner. $1175.00. Tel. 2-4287
after 6 p.m. )38
GIVE A RONSON for Easter! We have
a complete stock of table, pocket,
pencil, and combination lighters at
all prices.
CALKINS-FLETCHER
State St.
GOLFERS: I have 2 sets of inatched
clubs to sell. One Walter Hagen, the
other Bobby Jones. Both wonderful
buys. Call Bob Sena, 9559 on either
Tuesday or Thursday this week. )37
TUXEDO, double-breasted, 37. Never
worn. $25. 1984 Harding, Ypsi. 4331-W.
) 361
TYPEWRITER, Underwood portable, in
excellent condition. $40. Phone 3-1511,
ext. 2519. )35
1949 RENAULT Fordor, low mileage, 50
miles per gallon of gas, $1095. Dr.
Berger, 424 N. State, 2-1621. )34
FIRST IN QUALITY
TELEVISION
Franchise dealers for RCA, Motorola,
General Electric, and Stewart-War-
ner. Aero -Radio Sales & Service.
Phone 4997. )7
2-WHEELED Tyson all-metal trailer
with canvas cover. Good condition.
Phone 25-0041. )40
FOR SALE-Tails, size 38, accessories
and shoes. Call 5054 after 5 p.m.

SODA FOUNTAIN help w
female. Hours, at noon
6-11. Apply in person,I
versity.
WANTED - Part-time
waitress. Hours 9:30
nights or Sundays. S.
317 S. State.
BUSINESS
SERVICES

wanted, male or
n 11-2or night
727 North Uni-
soda-fountain
to 3:30. No
S. Kresge Co.,
)22H

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per day

EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE done on all
typewriters. Moseley Typewriter Co.,
214 E. Washington. )23B
SPEED-O-TYPING, SERVICE -- Clean,
neat, accurate. Phone 2-6441. Reas-
onable rates (free pick-up and de-
livery). . )34B
2 Day Service on Shirts
HOME QUALITY LAUNDRY
215 E. Washington Tel. 9035 )33B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
)3B
UNFINISHED FURNITURE and cabinet
work made to order. Student crafts-
men - student prices. Call 25-8459
after 6 p.m. )35B
FRAYED COLLARS
ARE OUT OF FASHION
Have yours turned for 50c at
TUCKAWAY HOUSE
E. Liberty at Maynard Phone 9582
Margaret Nickelson Martin )9
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

ORPHEUM

14 Consecutive Days
APRIL 22 - MAY 5
Reserved Seats Only

The Academy Award Winner.
BEST PICTURE
OF THE YEAR!
BEST ACTOR
f' TI-IP YF FAPTI

For only $9.50 a week you can enjoy seven
full days of solid eating pleasure. Yes, here is
a new plan that kicks the bottom out of high
meal prices and cuts your weekly food bill in
-half! We call this money-saving plan Club 211.
Acting in the interests of the entire campus,
a representative cross-section of students is pro-
moting Club 211 so that you can now get max-
imam service and meal variety at a price so low
you'll wonder how it's possible.
Think of it!-for just $9.50 (almost half the
average student's weekly food expenditure)
Club 211 serves you 19 tempting meals a week.
You get three full meals a day - Monday
through Saturday, plus one big dinner on

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MEALS
What's more, additional price schedules have
been set up as follows:
NO BREAKFASTS . ." " . . . $8.50
NO WEEKENDS . .. ..... . . $7.50
No Breakfasts or Weekends . $6.95.
(Saturday & Sunday inclusive)

CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling.
ations. Prompt service on all
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe.
Washington. Phone 2-4669.

Alter-
altera-
109 E.
)4B

LADIES'
TAILORING
Alterations-Remodeling
A. GINSBURG
Phone 2-3481 for appointments
)18B

MICHIGAN

ENDING TODAY
35c until 5 P.M.
GREGORY Anne

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Club 211 is located at 211 South State Street.
This unnusual eating plan goes into effect April 18.
SPECIAL TRIAL OFFER: Typical Club 211
meals will be served at regular prices on Thurs., Fri.,
and Sat. of this wek. Come in . . . try the menu
prove it to yourself After you have been
thoroughly convinced that Club 211 offers you the
best food buy in town, then get your membership

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