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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in The Daily Official Camp Livingston (Jewish-coed)
Bulletin is constructive notice to all is in need of an experienced water-
members of the University. Notices front director (ARC Instructor)
or the Bulletin should be sent in wocnhnl wmigisre
ypewritten form to the Office of the who can handle swimming instruc-
Assistant to the President, Room 2552 tion, boating, and canoeing.
Administration Building, by 3x00 p.m. For further information call at
m the day preceding publication Bureau of Appointments, 3528
11:00 a.m. Saturdays). Admin. Bldg.
SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1949 Graduate Women interested in
VOL. LIX, No. 153 part-time counseling positions in
the Women's Residence Halls for
Notithe school year 1949-50 may ar-
range appointments for interviews
ummer Work: by calling the offices of the Dean
Opportunity for one or two Chi- of Women (Ext. 341; ask for Mrs.
ese students to do general house Sprentall.)
ork at a summer cottage on Lake
ichigan during the coming sum- Women students attending the
er.
Representative of Chippewa movie, "Hamlet," must apply in
odge (coed ranch camp) will be person at the Office of the Dean
ere Monday, May 9 to interview of Women for late permission.
len and women for positions in Women students attending the
fts, general athletics, and wa- International Ball on May 6, 1949,
Representative of Camp Char- have 1:30 a.m. late permission.
Repx(bs private), Charlevoix Calling hours will not be extended.
[ichigan, will be here Monday
cd Tuesday, May 9 and May 10, Academic Notices
a interview men for tennis and Doetal Examination for Hil-
rchery counselor positions. o tora'ESmin athol-
Toledo Y.M.C.A. Camp, near Na- ton Atmre Smith, Pathology;
_ ;thesis: "Renal Lipidosis," Satur-

day, May 7, 8:00 a.m., 1562
Medical Building. Chairman,
Weller.

East
C. V.

Doctoral .Examination for
Charles William Mautz, Physics;
thesis: "The Use of the Shock
Tube in the Production of Uni-
form Fields of Transonic and Su-
personic Flow," Saturday, May 7,
East Council Room, Rackham
Bldg., at 9:00 a.m. Chairman, Otto
Laporte.
Bacteriology Seminar, Thurs-
day, May 12, 8:30 a.m., Room 1520
E. Medical Building. Speaker:
Donald W. Smith. Subject: The
Use of Purified Antigens as Pro-
phylactic Agents.
Engineering Course Evaluations:
Student evaluation of courses
taken by engineering students will
be made Monday and Tuesday,
May 9 and 10. The last half of
each class will be used for this.
Please follow instructions.
House Directors are notified that
women students attending the
Red Cross Water Safety Instruc-
tors Course (May 9, 10, 11 and 12)
have 11:00 late permission on
these nights.
Lectures
Doctor Leonard A. Scheele, Sur-
geon General of the Public Health

Service, will address ai.. assembly
of the students, facult nd friends
of the School of Public Health at
4:00 o'clock on Monday, May 9, in
the Auditorium of the School of
Public Health. His subject will be
The Philosophy and Future of
Public Health.
The Alexander Ziwet 1 ectures in
Mathematics will be given this
year by Professor R. H. Fox of
Princeton University between May
9 and 20. The general topic of the
lectures will be "Three-Dimen-
sional Topology with Special Ref-
erence to Knots and Links." The
first lecture of the series will be
given Monday, May 9, 8:00 p.m. in
3017 Angell Hall.
Exhibitions
Museum of Art: American Print-
making, 1913-1947, and "18th Cen-
tury England" (Life Photographs),
through May 28; L. Moholy-Nagy,
through May 31. Alumni Memo-
rial Hall; daily, 9-5, Sundays, 2-5.
The public is invited.
Concerts
MAY FESTIVAL-Six concerts.
Willow Village
Third concert, Sat., May 7, 2:30.
Erica Morini, violinist; Festival
Youth Chorus; Marguerite Hood,
and Alexander Hilsberg, conduc-

tors. Program: Overture to "Bar-
tered Bride," Smetana; Lieder Cy-
cle (Youth Chorus); Mozart Sym-
phony in G minor; and Wieniaw-
ski Concerto for Violin and Or-
chestra.
Fourth concert, Sat., May 7, 8:30.
Gladys Swarthout, mezzo-soprano;
Eugene Ormandy, conductor. Pro-
gram; Schoenberg Theme and Va-
riations; arias from operas by
Handel and Rossini; Hindemith
"Mathis der Maler"; songs by Re-
spighi, Canterloube and Obradors;
and Richard Strauss' Waltzes
from "Der Rosenkavalier."
Student Recital: Merrill Wilson,
a graduate student in the School
of Music, will present a program
at 8:00 Monday evening, May 9, in
the Rackham Assembly Hall, in
partial fulfillment of the require-
ments for the degree of Master of
Music in Music Education. Mr.
Wilson is a student of French horn
with Ted Evans, and will be assist-
ed by Digby Bell, pianist, and Emil
Raab, violinist. The program will
include Concerto for Horn, No. 3
by Mozart, Sonata for Flute and
Piano, No. 3 by Handel, and
Brahms' Trio for Piano, Violin and
Horn. It will be open to the pub-
lic.
U. of M. Hot Record Society:
Live jam session featuring Dixie-
land, swing, and Bop groups Sun-
(Continued on Page 4)

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STARTS TODAY
CoastG a NTHRU TUESDAY
MAT. - 30c NIGHTS - 40c
Has Openings No. Main Opp. Court House
NOW ON THE SCREN!
EngI ineerTsBU urr
A limited number of vacancies
are currently open in the officer
corps of the Coast Guard for spe- ! LEO1u pa'uws
cialists in engineering, the Coast . nif oAR a 5A CU"

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Guard has informed the Univer-
sity.
The vacancies are in the fields
of civil engineering, electrical en-
gineering, electronics engineering
and naval architecture. The Coast
Guard wants to fill them with
young college graduates who hold
Bachelor of Science degrees in the
respective specialties.
Prime objective of the Coast
Guard in this program is the se-
lection of career officers. Candi-
dates selected are immediately or-
dered to active duty in the Coast
Guard Reserve and are assured a
two year active duty period, pro-
vided their services are satisfac-
tory during that period.
The Coast Guard plans to send
an officer to the University in
the very near future to furnish
additional information on the pro-
gram. In the meantime, inquiries
may be addressed to the office of
Prof. Edward L. Eriksen, 411A
West Engineering Building.

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Ray McKinley's gonna make the
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You're not being paid to be a com-
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For May-style: Picture straw
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which to select-plain colors, plaids
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apartment. Box 189, Mich. Daily.
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For good accommodations
bring your overnight or
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Applicants write or phone Mrs. W.
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-the alarm clock keeps them awake.
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URGENTLY needed-Lost between An-
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Manilla envelope containing receipts
from Theta Sigma Phi fahion show.
Will have to make good myself if not
returned. Desperate. Call Sigrid Nel-
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LOST-Green grey topcoat, Rm. 1035
Angell Hall, Fri. afternoon. April 26.
$10 Reward. Call 2-2283. Leave mes-
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GOLD HEART locket last between
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Rm. 6507. Reward. 4)7L
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Ph. 2-3169 between 6 & 7. Reward.
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LOST, in Angell Hall. Tan corduroy
jacket with plaid wool lining. Re-
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FOR
SALE
MEN'S lightweight bicycle-new spare
tire included. Original owner. Phone
4813. ) 58
1947 PLYMOUTH-Gray, 4 door, sedan,
10,000 miles, $1,200. Good condition.
Write Yang, 1702 Hill St. )57
SERVICYCLE, first class condition.
Reasonable. Call Paul, 2-6824. )45
WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE, recently over-
hauled, must sell immediately, $85.
B. S. Mayger, Dorm 4, Rm. 57, West
Lodge, Ypsilanti. )49
MOTORCYCLE-Lightweight, looks and
runs like new, $150. Bruce Brandel,
226 Strauss House, East Quad, 2-4591.
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With Mother's Day Sweets"
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WOULD you like to own a car you can
operate inexpensively. One that is
classy and in excellent condition.
Drop around and see our 1949 Ren-
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money. R. Baxter, 2360 Parkwood,
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MOTORCYCLE SALE
A very good selection. All priced to sell.
Will accept trade-ins.
A Complete Rebuilding Service.
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is one from our selection of station-
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gifts. We also have the best of new
novels in fiction.
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FOR BEST BUYS - SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington
Foot Lockers (taxes included) $9.99
U.S. Navy "T" Shirts 49c
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