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GE TWO THE MICHIGAN lAIIY

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CULTURAL CAMPUS:
Arts Festival To Feature
Varied Student Creations

DAILY OFFICIAL B ULLEJ'1iN

Bureau of Appointments:
Tle Maryland Department of
State Employment and Registra-
tion announces an examination
for the position of Classification
Analyst I.L Candidates must be
gracluates of an approved college
or univelsity and must have had
oe year oif professional or tech-
nI-l experience.

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Paintings done to music, music
inspired by poetry, and poetry
written about paintings are among
the student creations which will
be presented at the first Student
Arts Festival Friday and Satur-
day.
This cultural weekend, which
aims at a complete integration of
Debaters Will
Compete Here
Sixteen Michigan high school
debaters will compete here today
and tomorrow for Detroit Free
Press scholarshipsrtotaling $2,500.
The first place winner will re-
ceive $1,200, the second, $800 and
the third, $500 in scholarships.
Only seniors from high schools
winning district debate matches in
this year's Forensic Association se-
ries are eligible to compete.
At a preliminary contest today,
six students will be chosen to de-
bate in the finals which will be
held at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the
Rackham Amphitheatre.
Doors Open 1:15 P.M.
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the arts, is the brainchild of the
newly-formed Inter-Arts Union.
It is made up of student represen-
tatives from the music school, the
school of architecture and design,
the speech department and various
student dance groups.
THE FIRST PROGRAM at 3
p.m. Saturday in the League Ball-
room will feature "Symphony in
B" played by the University Sym-
phony Orchestra. An original
work by Leslie Bassett, Grad SM,
the first movement of the sym-
phony was premiered last March
in a music symposium at North-
western University.
Bassett, who hails from Cali-
fornia, is a graduate of Fresno
State College. He has been com-
posing for four years, and one
of his works was chosen out of
125 entries for a concert of new
music by the Minneapolis Sym-
phony Orchestra last year.
Now working on a master of
music degree in composition, Bas-
sett says that his own preference
in music' runs to Stravinsky, Bar-
tok and other moderns.
* *
QUITE DEFINITE about his be-
liefs regarding what is needed to
compose a musical work, Bassett
says, "Inspiration is necessary-
utilize it and let hard work take
over from there."
One of the students who has
painted pictures to Bassett's
symphony is Pamela Stump,
'50A
Miss Stump, who has worked
with sculptor Marshall Frederick,
of Birmingham, says that when
she paints to a musical composi-
tion, she trys to relate the experi-
ence and emotions the music
evokes in her onto the canvas.
"When I paint to background
music," Miss Stump said, "I feel
the rhythm of the music in my
fingers."

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 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1949
VOL. LIX, No. 156
Notices

Fletcher Hall, Inti national Stu-!
dents Assn., Kappa Kappa Gami-
ma, NROTC Midshipmwn, New-
berry Residence, Pl Delta Plii,

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Phi Kappa Psi. Fuitllher information concerning
Phi Kappa Tau, Phli Rho Si 'ma, the above may be obtained at the
Phi Sigma Delta, Phi Sigma Kap- Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
pa, Prescott House. Sigma Alpha ministration Building.
Epsilon, Sigma Api a Miu, Sigmr a
Nu, Sigma Phi, Sig gms a hsi. French and Spanish Language
Stockwell Hall, Straus Huse, llouses: Additional spaces are
Tau B iTWenleII useillia i available in both the French and
House, Winchell House, Zeta Psi Spanish Language Houses for the
Sunday, May 15 summer session. Applicants may
Rulienwllbeathmetos u-Associan fIn1 pnen Mn

call dt the' Office of the Dean of
Women for information (Mrs.
Mescher).
Employment Interviews:
Friday, May 13-A representa-
tive from Harris-Seybold Co.,
(Dayton plant) will interview in-
dustrial-mechanical engineers,
and business administration stu-
dents for their management train-
ing program. Those interviewed
by the Cleveland plant interviewer
may also talk to the Dayton rep-
resentative.
For further information and ap-
pointments, call Ext. 371, or call
at Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg.
(Continued on Page 3)

Student Tea: President and Mrs.

Rutvenwil beat ometo tu- Association of Independent Men,
dents from 4 to 6 o'clock on Wed- Betsy Barbour House, Hayden
nesday, May 11. House, Ishpeming Club, New

FROM MEN WHO KNOW JOURNALISM BEST--Members of the
pictorial journalism class had a close-up view yesterday of how
their vocation fits into the public relations picture. After a
tour of the Plymouth Motor Corp. plant, R. C. Somerville (seated),
general sales manager, discussed publicity used to promote the
Plymouth International Model Airplane Contest. Looking over
plans of newspaper and magazine stories for this year's campaign
are (standing left to right) Bob Lenski, Adelaine Rasmussen, '49,
Bob Dilworth, '49, Assistant General managers H. D. Heberling
and B. K. Steel and (seated) Glenn Moore, '49. After Somerville's
talk, the class discussed in roundtable fashion the past campaign
and offered suggestions for improving next year's publicity.

Approved Student Sponsored So-
cial Events for the coming week-
end:
Friday, May 13
Alpha, Phi Omega, Alpha Tau
Omega, Alpha Xi Delta, Congre-
gational-Disc. Guild, Delta Zeta,
Michigamua, Intercooperative
Council, Mosher Hall, New Wom-
en's Dorm, Phi Sigma Delta, Zeta
Tau Alpha.
Saturday, May 14
Alpha Kappa Psi, Alpha Omi-
cron Pi, Alpha Phi, Alpha Sigma
Phi, Beta Theta Pi, Betsy Barbour
House, Chi Phi, Delta Delta Del-
ta, Delta Tau Delta, Delta Upsilon,

Women's Dorm. Phi Delta Epsilon.
Tau Beta Pi, Wilcox League House.
Bureau of Appointments:
Summer Work: Opportunity for
sophomore or junior men, resi-
dents of St. Louis, Mo. area, to
work on Men's College Board of a
St. Louis department store.
Opportunity for juniors in
Chemical Engineering to work for
a chemical and dye company dur-
ing the coming summer.
The Bureau has received several
calls from camps and resorts ask-
ing for cooks and assistant cooks
to work during the summer
months.

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BICYCLES
BICYCLE REPAIRS - KEYS

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Thru Friday
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Weekday
Matinees 25c

Nights and
Sundays 35c

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FOR
SALE

Where
GOOD STUDENTS
Meet for
GOOD FOOD
Open Daily
7:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Closed Sundays
MIELKE'S
Cafe
120 E. Washington St.
Friday, May 13th
at Midnight!
2 BIG
Horror Features!
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SERVICYCLE - Good economic trans-
portation, reasonable. Boy's bicycle
cheap. Call Paul Hiser, 2-6824. ) 48
INDIAN - 1943 30-50, fine shape, $400
worth for $200 or less. Need cash.
Hurry Alan - 815 Lawrence 7632.a)77
COTTON DRESSES and silk designer
originals worn only few times. For
fraction of original cost. Size 10-12
for average slender figure. Ph. 2-9552.
)76
HARLEY 125, 800 miles; excellent shape.
Call Morrill 2-0549. )75
NEEDLEPOINT
RUG MATS - YARN
Everything You Need for Knitting
Call 2-0303 or Visit Our Shop
Women's Exchange - 10 Nickels Arcade
)12
GOLF CLUBS for sale. 4 Hagen woods,
8 McGregor irons. Bag. Original price
$150. Sell for $85. Call 8557 after six.
)74
TYSON TRAILER-All metal, 2 wheel,
with a canvas cover. Condition like
new. Ph. 25-0041. )73
CONN TRUMPET-Excellent condition.
Call Chip Miller, 9400, Eve. )59
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 Brandell,
226 Strauss House, East Quad, 2-4591.
)56
FIRST IN QUALITY
TELEVISION
Franchise dealers for RCA, Motorola,
General Electric, and Stewart-War-
ner. Aero Radio Sales & Service.
Phone 4997. )7
GOLF CLUBS and Bag Boy collapsible
caddy carts. Ph. 4044 or 2-2058. John-
ny Malloy, Pro. )30B
ATTENTION KNITTERS!
Running Short of Yarn?
WOMEN'S EXCHANGE
Nickels Arcade )12
AUTOMATIC washer, "Jacob's Launder-
all." Excellent condition. 1 year old.
Ph. 2-8370. )67
NASH, 1941 2 dr. with 1948 engine.
2500 miles on the engine. Call Lowell
Russell, 2-7438. )65
FIRE engine red Chrysler convertible,
1947, Highlander, radio and heater,
call 202 Allen-Rumsey, 2-4401. )64
MODEL "A" Ford. Reasonable. 1485
Richmond Ct., Willow Village, Phone
Ypsi 4387-J1. )63
LADIES Raleigh Bicycle. Like new. Call
2-0279 after 5:30. )62
WHITE Dinner Jacket. Goodall "Palm
Beach" Shawl collar, 39-40 Long, worn
once. $15. Call 7376. )61
RAILROAD ticket to New York via
Scranton, Dover and Newark. $12.
Call Gil, 330 Prescott, East Quad. )68
1948 JAWA Motorcycle, 250 cc. Wind-
shield included. Ph. 2-9217 after 7:00
p.m. Ask for Stout. )69,
SPECIALS AT SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington
Khaki Pants, sanforized - $2.66
Zelan Jackets with zippers - $3.88
U.S. Navy T-Shirts - 49c
Foot Lockers (taxes incl.) - $9.99
)8
1936 PONTIAC, 4-dr. Runs and looks
nice. See for yourself. $255. Call
Bob, 8702. )70
Don't miss the
BLACK CAT SALE
It'. this Friday, the 13th, at the
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
South State off North Univ. )2
PINAFORES and SUNSUITS $3.75 up
6 mos. and up ROMPERS $2.50 up
BEA NICKELS 7 Nickels Arcade)11
SUN GLASSES
Polaroid -RaeBan - American Optical
Clip-ons - Fine Assortment
CALKINS-FLETCHER
State Street )5

FOR SALE
COUSINS
on State Street
HAVE you seen our "picnic basket"
handbags? Priced from only $1.95 to
$3.95. Perfect accessory for cottons. )1
TAME Baby Parakeets, Canaries - beau-
tiful singers and females. Bird sup-
plies and cages. 562 S. 7th, Ph. 5330,
'46 HARLEY 74 O.H.V. and 1947 Cush-
man Motor Scooter. Both excellent
condition. Can be seen 1125 Martin
Pl. or Phone 7468. )10
'42 HARLEY 45. In excellent condition.
Buddy seat and saddlebags. $300 or
make an offer. Ph. 2-9614, 212 N.
7th. )71
1940 MERCURY, 4 door. Excellent con-
dition. Black finish. New tires and
radio, heater. Spotlight. $595 or best
offer. Ph. 9559. Mr. Fourie, 1502 Hill.
)72
PERSONALS
TO OUR MISSING SALESMAN - Did
you remember to tell them the Royal
Portable Typewriter makes their work
so much faster and easier they will
have more time to spend on picnics
in the Arb? Office Equipment Ser-
vice Co., 1116 So. University. )1B
STUDENTS traveling abroad this sum-
mer can attend nmammoth world
youth and student festival in Buda-
pest, August 14th-28th. Write Box!
190, Michigan Daily for information.
)1M
BOB-I don't care if you ever como
back, but was that good watch repair
company "Jenks" at 221 E. Liberty.
Phone 2-6220? Desperate. Let me
know. Dora. )40P
SENIORS-Your last chance to get stu-
dent rates on TIME, LIFE, and FOR-
TUNE. Phone us now-Student Per-
iodical Agency, 2-82-42. )24P
BOY MEETS GIRL
Funniest, Daffiest Prank in the New
York Theater-Literary Digent. )44P
THE NEW SHORTIE UNIVERSITY CUT
IS SO BECOMING. You'll adore the
new, youthful-looking, briefer coif-
fure. So becoming, so fashion per-
fect. Have a flattering hair-do made
to order for your graduation. Body
contouring service to remodel your
figure for your vacation. Open daily
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. No parking problem.
Rainey's Slenderizing and Beauty Sa-
lon. Tel. 2-3725. 1031 East Ann. )32P
EXCESS HAIR removed permanently by
SHORT WAVE METHOD. Phone
2-6696. )40B
BABY SITTERS - Call Kiddie Kare,
2-1903; if no answer call 25-7364. )28B

FOUR ROOM APT. June 15 to Sept. 15.
Completely furnished. Call 25-8781.1 _
)28F
For good accommodationsf
bring your overnight or
weekend guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOM31
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144
WANTED TO RENT
COUPLE desires room with light cook-
ing privileges for summer session.
Write Box 191, Mich. Daily. )29W
2 LAW STUDENTS like to lease or sub-
lease apt. for summer session. Call
4195, Rm. H15. 28W
FURNISHED APARTMENT, preferably
near campus, to sublet for the 8
weeks summer session by a married
couple without children, both uni-
versity faculty members. Reply to
Prof. R. E. Thackaberry, English
Dept., University of Akron, Akron,
Ohio. )26W
GRADUATE COUPLE desire furnished
apt. for summer session. Write Don-
ald S. MacVean, 144 W. Mansion,
Marshall, Mich. )27W
VET, with family of four, would like
to sublet apartment for Summer Ses-
sion. Contact Robert A. Rue, 612
Medford, Topeka, Kansas. )25W
STUDENT and wife want apartment
for summer session only. Local refer-
ences. Dorothy Andrews. 2-4561. )19W
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS available for summer. 927S.
Forest. ) 64R
SINGLE and double rooms for graduate
women for summer school. Continu-
ous hot water and light laundry privi-
leges. Call 4410 or 6461. )62R
CLEAN ROOMS for boys, in modern
private home. Next to bath. Auto-
matic hot water and heat. Year-
round students preferred. 1102 Pack-
ard, mornings 7 to 10:30, evenings 5
to 7:30. ) 63R
GI RLS
STAY AT DELTA ZETA HOUSE
University of Wisconsin Summer
Session. - For information, write:
Mrs. Randolph Belcher, 142 Langdon St.
Madison, Wisconsin )61R
MAY FESTIVAL ROOMS available for
guests in private homes. Call Student
Room Bureau, 2-8827, 11:30-12, 6:30-
7:00. )1R
LOST
and
FOUND
GREEN EVERSHARP with initials R.E.
in gold top. Ph. Bob Edge 2-4481.
) 59L
LOST-Man's gold signet ring, near
stadium. Reward. Call 2-4401, 207
Chicago House. ) 58L
LOST-Green bill fold, Saturday. Bus
ticket and ID card belonging to Con-
nie Beecher. Reward. Phone 6284.
)57L
LOST-Borrowed double strand rhine-
stone bracelet between Bus. Ad.
School and Hill Aud. Call Jean Ly-
man 2-3203. )56L
LOST - Fraternity badge. Return to
name inscribed on back. Reward.
)55L
GREY TOPCOAT with zipper track in-
side lost at Lane Hall last week. Re-
ward. Call Dinell 8470. )54L
TOPCOAT - Person who took "season
skipper" by mistake at Health Ser-
vice, Phone 5161. I have yours.
LOST-Ladies gold ID bracelet. Names
Joyce and Charlie. Call Joyce 2-4471,
Room 4534. )53L
LOST-Natural shell-rimmed glasses,
brown case. Ph. Shirlee 9322.. )51L
GOLD HEART locket last between
League and new Dorm. Ph. 2-6581,
Rm. 6507. Reward. 4)7L

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BUSINESS
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24 HOUR SERVICE by request.
ACE HAND LAUNDRY
1114 S. University.
33B
TYPING DONE. Phone 2-3357. 41B
TYPING SERVICE-Student papers, re-
ports, theses, dissertations, accurately
done by experienced typists. For in-
formation call 6197. )39B
TYPING SERVICE
Student papers, reports, theses, dis-
sertations accurately done by exper-
ienced typists. For information call
6197. )39B
24-Hour Service by Request
HOME QUALITY SERVICE
215 E. Washington, Ph. 9035 )33B
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE done on all
typewriters. Moseley Typewriter Co.,
214 E. Washington. )23B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-20"0 _

BOOKS
For the Best in Bookbinding
at a price you can afford
OLSEN'S BINDERY
325 E. Hoover Phone 2-7976
)37B
Most Complete Stock of
Books in The State!!
Medical - Dental - Law - Public Health
OhVERUECK BOOKSTORE
1216 South University )6

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ITreat yourself to CLUB
211's lively May men.
ues. The most exclusive
eating plan in town of.
fers you taste-satns f yg
goodness in every meal.

Meals Served At Regular Prices For Non-Members
CLUB 211
J. D. MILLER'S CAFETERIA ... 211 S. State St.

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FREE PARKING ON PLATT RD.

Sunglass Special
Sharp Styles
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
522 E. Liberty

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CAMPUS
CORSAGE SERVICE
A Student Service for Students
Thrill your date for the coming
formals by a corsage from us.
We offer discount on N.S.A. cards
Phone 2-7032 )20B
HELP WANTED
SALESLADY, full time. Recommenda-
tions necessary. Apply in person.
Randall's, 306 S. State. )1oP
PART-TIME Salesladies wanted. 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m. daily except Saturdays,
Sundays. S. S. Kresge Company, 317
So. State. On the campus. )33H
10 STRONG MEN for 6 hrs. of yard
work on Sat. 14th. $.75 hr. Apply
Thurs. afternoon at Campus Bike
and Hobby Shop. 514 E. Williams.)34H
MALE: In order to enter the Law
School, a physically handicapped stu-
dent will pay someone to help him
get around in a wheel chair. For full
particulars, write to H. S. Nelson,
1076 Maplecliffe Drive, Lakewood 7,
Ohio. )35H

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The GILBERT & SULLIVAN SOCIETY
presents its gay spring musical

"PATIENCE"

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