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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TIJtR SDA , Fl

Student Aid
Sought for
ig Musica
If you're interested in acting,
singing, set construction, or any
other phase of theatrical work, the
Gilbert and Sullivan Society will
welcome you with open arms.
The Society invites all persons
who would like to help with the
forthcoming production of "Pa-
tience" to attend its meeting at 7
p.m. today at the League. !-o get
the feel of the show, the groap
will run through several of the
tuneful musical numbers for
which "Patience" is famous.
FOR MORE than 70 years audi-
ences the world over have been
amused by the deft satire and
witty lines of "Patience." This
Gilbert and Sullivan masterpiece
features a burlesque of aesthetic
poets and pseudo-intellectuals of
all ages.
The local production of "Pa-
tience," scheduled for May 12,
13 and 14, will require the serv-
ices of 10 singing leads, a chor-
us of love-sick maidens,'and a
large chorus representing Her
]Majesty's Finest Dragon Guards.
In addition, painters, electri-
cians, carpenters, and technicians
will be needed.
STUDENTS FROM all schools
and colleges are represented in the
Gilbert and Sullivan Society. The
only membership requirement is
an interest in theatrical work and
a liking for music and comedy.
No previous experience is nec-
essary for many of the interesting
jobs connected with the produc-
tion, which offers a" wealth of
worthwhile theatrical and busi-
ness experience to participants.
COLLEGE IS NO GOOD- -unless
you have working experience. Join
The Michigan Daily Business Staff
now-and sell yourself for the top
dollar, later.
TODAY - 4 P.M.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays).
THURSDAY, FEB. 10, 1949
VOL. LIX, No. 87
Notices
Users of the Daily Official Bul-
letin: Because of the inordinate
length of the D.O.B. the Editor is
obliged to warn users of the Bul-
letin that no notice will be printed
Campus Ski'
Club Laments
Snow Dearth
While most students have been
blessing the unusual mildness of
this winter, a sizeable .group on
campus is disappointed at the
relative lack of snow.
Ullr Ski Club, named after the
European patron saint of skiers,
has been forced to move opera-
tions from the Arboretum, a mere
10 minute walk from anyplace, to
other points north.
* * *
THEIR LATEST trip was a
four-day sojourn between semes-
ters at Boyne, Michigan, about
260 miles from Ann Arbor. They
enjoyed themselves so much that
plans are being made for another
trip to Boyne for the weekend of
Feb. 19.
One needn't be an experienced
skier to join Ullr Ski Club.
Almost one half of the mem-
bers are beginners and expert
instruction is provided.
Excepting the weather, the other
major difficulty encountered by
the Ski Club has been the prob-
lem of transportation. Students
with cars, who will have space to
accommodate additional students
and would like to accompany the
club on its nevt trip to Boyne
should ocntact Don Winslow at
2-6373.
Claude Ferrell, past president of
the club, proudly related that due
to the safety precaution instruc-
tion given before the last trip
there were no casualties in the
form of broken legs or arms.

more than twice and furthermore,
that the Editor expects to use his
own judgment in reducing un-
reasonably long notices to reason-
able length.
Frank E. Robbins
Assistant to the President1
Users of the Daily Official Bul-
letin: Need of conserving space
makes necessary the following
announcements: (1) Notices of
meetings of organizations will be
restricted to the name of the or-
ganization concerned, day, time,
and place of meeting, and name
of speaker and subject. (2) No-
tices for the D.O.B. must be type-
written and double-spaced for
editorial convenience.
F. E. Robbins
Freshman and Sophomore
women interested in living in 1
Martha Cook Building for the ftl
term 194-1950 may call Mrs.
Diekema, 2-3225, for appoint-
ments regarding applications.
Women students wishing to do
baby-sitting may put their names
on the baby-sitters' list in the Of-
fice of the Dean of Women.
Householders wishing the serv-
ices of baby-sitters may call the
Office of the Dean of Women.
Office hours are Monday through
Friday, 8 to 12 and 1 to 5; Satur-
day, 8:30 to 12.
University Terrace Apartments
and Veterans' Housing Project:
The waiting list for the Uni-

versity Terrace Apartments and
Veterans' Housing Project will be
open on February 16, 17, and 18.1
Application forms will be avail-
able in the Office of Student Af-
fairs. In order to apply for the
waiting list a student must have
the following qualifications:
1. Only married veterans of
World War II who are at present
registered in the University may
apply.
2. Only Michigan residents may
apply. (The Regents' definition of
a Michigan resident follows: "No
one shall be deemed a resident of
Michigan for the purpose of reg-
istration in the University unless
he or she has resided in this
State six months preceding the
date of proposed enrollment.")
3. Only students who have com-
pleted two terms in this Univer-
sity may apply. (A Summer Ses-
sion is considered as one-half
term.)
4. Only full-time students car-
rying 12 hours of work or more, or
part-time-student-and-part -, time
teachers, whose total hours of
teaching and class hours elected
amount to an equivalent of 12
hours or more, may apply.,
5. Veterans who have incurred
physical disability of a serious na-
ture will be given first consider-
ation. A written statement from
Dr. Forsythe of the University
Health Service concerning such
disability should be included in
the application.
6. Length of service, and par-

ticularly overseas service, will be
an important determining factor.
(In considering an applicant's to-
tal length of service, A.S.T.P'.,
V-12, and similar programs will
be discounted.)
7. If both husband and wife
are veterans of World War II and
the husband is a Michigan resi-
dent and both are enrolled in the
University, their combined appli-
cations will be given special con-
sideration.
Each applicant must present
with his application his Military
Record and Report of Separation.
He must also bring a copy of his
marriage certificate.
Students who are admitted to
these apartments may in no case
occupy them for a period longer
than two years.
Eligibility Cards for the second
semester will be issued AFTER-
NOONS ONLY in the Office of
Student Affairs, 1020 Adminis-
tration Building, beginning Feb.
8. Grade reports should be pre-
sented at the time of application
for a certificate.
At the beginning of each semes-
ter every student is presumed to
be ineligible for any non-athletic
extra-curricular activity until his
eligibility is affirmatively estab-
lished by obtaining a Certificate
of Eligibility. Among those
who must secure such a certifi-
cate are candidates for class of-
fices or major campus commit-
tees, candidates for and repre-
sentatives in student government
groups, all students who hold of-
fice or serve on standing com-
mittees in student organizations,
all students participating in pub-
lic performances or rehearsals.
Certificates will be issued to
those qualified in accordance
with the following requirements:
Second semester freshmen: 15

hours or more of work completed
with (1) at least one mark of A
or B with no mark of less than C,
or (2) at least 2% times as many
honor points as hours and with
no mark of E.
Sophomores, juniors, seniors:
11 hours or more of academic
credit in the preceding semester,
or 6 hours of academic credit in
the preceding summer session,
with an average of at least C, and
at least a C average for the entire
academic career.
Advanced Standing. Any stu-
dent in his first semester of resi-
dence holding rank above that of
freshman (over 26 hours of ad-
vanced credit) may be granted a
certificate of eligibility if he was
admitted to the University in good
standing.
Approved Student Organiza-
tions must file on or before Feb.
18, in the Office of Student Af-
fairs, 1020 Administration Build-
ing, the following information:
(1) a list of members for the sec-
ond semester, (2) the signed ac-
ceptance of a member of the fac-
ulty who is willing to act as ad-
viser to the group for this term.
Forms may be secured in the Of-
fice of Student Affairs. Additions
to membership must be reported
promptly during the semester.
Student organizations are re-
minded that any changes in or-
ganizational structure, objectives,
activities, basis of membership, or
affiliations with other organiza-
tions must be presented to the
Committee on Student Affairs for
consideration and may not be
consimmated until approval is
given by that Committee.
Bowling: The bowling alleys at
the Wonmen's ithletic Building
will re-open on Tuesday, Feb. 15.
Alleys will be open at the follow-
ing hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday-7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Friday-7:30 to 11 p.m.
Women students may invite
men guests.
Students, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts:
Applications for scholarships
for the academic year 1949-50 are
now available in 1220 Angell Hall.
All applications must be returned
to that office by March 1. Appli-
cants must have had at least two
semesters of residence in this Col-
lege.
Reinstatement of Regents-Alum-
ni Scholarships:
Former holders of a Regent-
Alumni Scholarship who have
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Music Makes
TH E PARTY
if . . . CHUCK MEYERS
Makes the Music

Faculty Members, Students
Honored by Music Fraternity

Two University men were re-
:ently made National Honorary
members of Phi Mu Alpha Sin-
fonia at the fraternity's fiftieth
anniversary convention in Chi-
^ago.
Dr. Thor Johnson, conductor of
the Cincinnati Symphony Orches-
tra and the University Musical
Society, and Dean Earl V. Mcore.
of the School of Music, are the
men honored.
THE CAMPUS CHAPTER, Ep-
iilon, was represented at the con-

rention by Thomas E. Wilson,
r t and Ed y« ard Chudacoff,
, wcretary.
Epsilon chapter initiated thir-
teen meni who will assume ac-
tive status during the spring
semester.
Tie men are Grant Beglarian,
Robert Sohn, Frank Stillings, John
Crawford, Alexander Popp. Wil-
Uam Harris, William MacGowan,
Dana Lemler, Anan Squire. How-
ard English, Charles Gallagher,
Edward Skidmore, and James
Mackie.

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LOST AND FOUND
LOST--One Siduna wrist watch, 15
jeweled, silver case, leather band,
Swiss make. Lost night of Blue Book
Ball. Reward. Ph. Dick Helmrich,
2-4591 Hinsdale Hse. )7L
LOST-Black and silver lighter, initials
M.S. & R.W. Sentimental value. Alan
Waterstone, 2-4401. 411 Michigan
House. )9L
LOST-Fri., Feb. 4, Blue Parker 51 pen,
silver cap. Call K. Swords, 2-6674.
LOST-Brown plastic rimmed glasses in
Dr. Gaynes case. Call B. Besso, 2-1522.
$1 reward. )8L
LOST-Glasses-red case, near State
Theatre. Call Pat 2-4514. )6L
LOST-Change purse containing keys,
watch. Reward! Ph. Phyllis 9317. )3L
LOST-In or near U. Hosp. Parker blue
gold band fountain pen. Please re-
turn to Info. Office, Univ. Hosp. )1L
LOST-Man's Wrist Watch on or near
campus. Watch has spring band and
black'face. Reward. Ph. 2-9582. )4L
ROOMS FOR RENT
VACANCY in big double room in grad-
uate house for girls. Breakfast privi-
leges. 1101 Church. Ph. 26753. ) 15R
DOUBLE ROOM available for 2 male
students. Inquire after 4 at 1006
Packard. )16R
CLOSE TO Campus. Nice double room
to share with one male student. No
smoking. Ph. 5372. )14R
ROOM for male student, %,2 of double,
3 blocksfrom campus, $6 per week.
Call 28309. )17R
HALF OF double room to share with
pre-med student. One block south of
campus. Call 2-7133. )13R
DOUBLE ROOM on west side for men.
Phone 2-0046. )12R
TO SHARE-Double room for male
student, near campus. 906 Green-
wood. )1R
WELL FURNISHED double room for
male student. 1218 Olivia. Call after 6.
)10R
SINGLE ROOM for male student, one
block from Washtenaw and S. "U".
Clean, quiet. No smoking or drink-
ing. Call 6226 morning or evening.
)9R
VACANCY for male students. Oncam-
pus, 811 East Ann. Ph. 2-2052. )4R
DOUBLE Rooms for men available,
Campus location. Call 2-2690 or
2-4559. )6R

CAN YOU Sell? If so, and you have
two hours a day to spare. it will mean
money in your pocket. Apply 117 W.
Huron. )2H
THE DIRECTOR of Camp Nahelu will
be in Ann Arbor Friday, Feb. 11. to
interview experienced men and wo-
men counselors for summer employ-
ment. Jewish clientele. For inter-
view appointment, please call 2-2324
between 11 a.m! and 4 p.m. Ask for
Mrs. Levin. )1H
FOR SALE
AT A SACRIFICE - New wool tweed
coat worn four times. Highly fash-.
ioned with quilted zip-in lining.
Originally $85.00, now $60. Blue cock-
tail dress from Saks Fifth Avenue,
worn only twice. Originally $40, now
$25. Peacock blue evening gown,
French design, worn twice, perfect
condition. Originally $50, now $30.
Brown Shepherd's-check hand tailor-
ed wool suit, excellent condition.
Originally $65, now $20. Black moire
dinner-dance dress $15. All in sizes
9 & 10. Call 6152 between 5-8 P.M.
)13
BLACK TUXEDO, size 40 long, excellent
condition $25.00. Dr. J. R. Jones, Man-
chester, Mich. Phone 4061. )15
2 MAIN FLOOR tickets for Horowitz
concert Friday night. Call 9276. Ask
for Harold. )14
BLACK TUXEDO-37 long, almost new,
18 Wenkey House, 2-4401. )11
FOR SALE--Remington Noiseless Port-
able, brand new, never used. Call Ben
Schulkin, 9310 after 7:00 P.M. )12
BABY Parakeets and Canaries. Bird
supplies and cages. Moderate prices.
562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )4
SHRINK CONTROLLED SWEATERS!!
Short Sleeve - 5.95 - Pastels
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )1
ONE SET of New Britannica Encyclo-
paedia for sale. See after 6 p.m. D. S.
Heron, 432 Maynard, Ph. 2-7286. )10
AFTER INVENTORY CLEARANCE
Group of Dresses $10.00
Were originally to $35.00
Sizes from 9-15, 10-44
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )2
New Joselli Spring Suits
Moderately Priced $29.95 to $49.95
Sizes 9-15, 10-16.
Come in. Make your selection.
Use our convenient Layaway Plan
Randall's Specialty Shop
306 S. State )3

WANTED TO BUY

WANTED: Pair of man's ski boots 81,
or 9D. Call Maggie 2-3225. )1D

HELP WANTED

FOR RENT
HALF of double room with sleeping
room. Near campus. Ph. 2-1249. )2F
PERSONAL
GIRLS-Please stop calling Have found
rightful owner.,'Wow! John. )6P
FRATERNITY Board table open for 6
men. Call personally between 7 and
9, 1#415 East Huron. Ask for Jim
Robarge. )5P
DO YOU want experience in advertis-
ing, sales, lay-out, accounting or
general office procedure? Learn your
work where a mistake doesn't mean
your job, where you have fun while
you learn. Come to The Michigan
Daily Bldg., 420 Maynard St., Thurs-
day, 4:00 P.M. )4P
SALLY, this is the "Pay-off". If you
don't ask me to Mortar Board's dance,
we're through! Your J-Hop Date.
)3P
BUSINESS SERVICES
LITERARY criticism and private tutor-
ing in composition. Remedy inade-
quate expression. Ph. 2-1590 for ap-
pointment. )11B
LAUNDRY done in home, experienced
worker. Ph. 2-3036. )9B
LAUNDRY -- Washing and /or ironing
done in my home. Free pickup and
delivery. Phone 2-9020. )2B
BOOKCASES, Shelves made to order.
Exceptionally low prices. 611 Church.
)8B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Prices Reasonable 2-2020 )3B
ALTERATIONS on women's garments.
Near Stockwell Hall, 410 Observatory.
Ph. 2-2678. )10B
RENTAL TYPEWRITERS
Reasonable Rates
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. Univ., 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-1213
)1B
DO YOU want regular lunch and din-
ner Mon. through Fri. for only $2 per
day at the famous Stage Coach Inn
on State and Huron? If so, call Herb.
8064 anytime. One week trial period
starts Mon., Feb. 14. )6B
FEBRUARY SPECIAL! Portable Type-
writer Service. We will install a new
ribbon, oil your machine, and clean
the type, all for $2. 24-hr service.
Thrasher and Co., 114-116 E. Wash-
ington, Ph. 2-6503. )71
DANCE
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Ph. 25-0031, )2P

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