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THIE MICHIGAN iATLY

THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1949

0! TWO THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1949

Last Chanee
To Apply for
:NSA Tours
Destination Set
'South of Border'
Want to go "south of the bor-
der" this summer?
Today is the last day to pick up.
applications at the office of Stu-
dent Affairs for "Operation Ami-
gos," National Student Associa-
tion's program for summer tours
of Mexico.
* * *
APPLICATIONS are due May
15 at the Office.
"Operation Amigos" will in-
clude five tours ranging from 14
to 56 days beginning early in
July, and a special study pro-
gram. Groups will travel by bus
throughout Mexico, visiting cit-
ies like Mexico City, Monterrey,
San Louis Potosi, Tequila and
Acapulco.
Trips will take sightseers
through jungles, deserts, and lake
and mountain regions.
STUDENTS WILL have an op-
portunity to see a bullfight, the
Church of La Valenciana with its
world-famous golden altar and the
equally famous pyramids of the
Sun and the Moon.
The study program includes
a seven-week summer session
beginning June 25 at the Na-
tional University of Mexico at
Mexico City with 10 days of re-
laxation at a Mexican resort.
Students may leave for Mexico
from any American Airlines-con-
nected city in the United States.
VETERANS WILL be given GI
credit of $50 on their expenses,
representing the University's tui-
tion.
A fee of $15 must accompany
each application and an addition-
al $75 will be requested within a
week after the application is ac-
cepted.
d ' 1

SPRING INSTITUTE:
Meeting Here To Discuss
New Books for Children

The Annual Spring Institute on
Children's Reading will meet in
Ann Arbor for the first timetoday
and tomorrow..
The Institute is sponsored by the
children's section of the Michigan
Library Association and by the
University Department of Library
Science.
THE PROGRAM will include
discussions of new books for chil-
Strauss House
Elects Officers
Strauss House, East Quadrangle,
last night elected the following of-
ficers: president, Ray Litt, '52E;
vice-president, James Mellor, '52E;
treasurer, Alfred Samberg, '53, sec-
retary, Bob Perry, '53E, and East
Quad Council representative, Ray
Stenstrom,'52E.
Daily Associate Editor Mary
Stein received 24 write in votes for
the office of secretary.

dren, by Miss Merna Robidea and
Miss Phyllis Witte, of the Detroit
Public Library; of the use of tele-
vision in children's work, by Wal-
ter Kaiser, Wayne County Library;
and of story-telling methods and
objectives by a panel of four li-
brarians.
At a dinner meeting at 7 p.m.,
Thursday, at the Michigan Union,
Miss Phyllis Fenner, children's
author and librarian of Man-
hasset, Long Island, will speak
on "What's New for Children."
A "meet the authors" session
will be held Friday afternoon in
the University Elementary School
Auditorium. Guests will be Mrs.
John Bradfield, Jean and John
George, of Ann Arbor; and Miss
Marian W. Magoon, of Ypsilanti.
All have written or illustrated
books for children.
About 150 librarians who work
with children and young people
are expected to attend the Insti-
tute.

Martha Cook
Covered by
Bias Query
(Continued from Page ;1):
IN RESPONSE to a query, Mrs.
Diekema said that there are no
Negro women now living at
Martha Cook. She declared, how-
ever, that "there are absolutely no
restrictions against Negro women,"
citing the names of three who re-
sided there in 1944 and 1945.
Since that time not a single
Negro coed has applied for resi-
dence, Mrs. Diekema said, adding
that she could not account for
their failure to apply.
(To determine the validity of the
oft-repeated rumors that the Cook
Deed of Gift contains provisions
barring Negroes and/or Jews from
Martha Cook and the Lawyers'
Club, I read the document and
was unable to find any such pro-
vision.)
Friday: Fraternities and sor-
orities.

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 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1949
VOL. LIX, No. 157
Notices
French and Spanish Language
Houses: Additional spaces are
available in both the French and
Spanish Language Houses for the
summer session. Applicants may
call at the Office of the Dean of
Women for information (Mrs.
Mescher).
Women students attending the
author's premiere of "It Happens
Every Spring," May 12, may have
one-half hour late permission
after the termination of the per-!
formance. Calling hours will not
be extended.

Student Periodical Agency: Stu-
dents who have ordered subscrip-
tions at student rates through the
Student Periodical Agency, and
who are planning to move at the
end of the semester, may have the
address on their subscriptions
changed by notifying this organi-
zation of their new address, as
soon as it is known, Phone 2-8242,
or address a post card to Student
Periodical Agency, 507 E. Liberty.
Student Arts Festival Radio
Program -- WUOM: Thursday,
May 12, 2:30-2:45-Readings of
original short stories.
Thursday, May 12, 3:30-4:00-
Rehearsal of student - composed
works by the University Symphony
Orchestra.
Thursday, May 12, 5:00-5:30-
Original radio drama by student
writer. -
Friday, May 13, 3:30-4:00-Stu-
dent forum on the topic, "A Lit-
erary Magazine for the University
of Michigan."
Friday, May 13, 4:15-4:30-
Readings of original poetry.

Tuesday. May 17, 7:00-8:00 Re-;
broadcast of a new symphony y
Leslie Bassett, a student in the
School of Music, plus a program of
original songs by student compos-1
ers.
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.
Representative of Camp Cedar
Lake (Girl Scouts) Chelsea, Michi-
gan, will be here Wed., May 18, to
interview girls for unit heads, na-
ture, waterfront, and music coun-
selors.
Opportunity for several men to
work as kitchen helpers at a resort
on Elk Lake.
For further information call at
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Bldg.
Bureau of Appointments:
Teaching Positions-:
A University in the Southwest
is in need of a faculty member
with work beyond the M.A. in
Geology. There is also a position
for someone, preferably with the
PhD. in Physics-Mathematics.
There is a vacancy in Journal-
ism and. Publicity for a person
with a PhD, in a college in the

Southwest. There is also a posi-
tion in Commerce, for someone
with a PhD.
For further information, call at
the Bureau of Appointments.
Bureau of Appointments:
The University of Pittsburgh an-
nounces research fellowships in
partment for a minimum time of
partment for a hinimum time of
two years leading to the M.S. and
Ph.D. degrees.
A representative from the Pan
American World Airways System
will be in Detroit May f6 through
18, to interview girls for positions
as Flight Stewardesses. Reading,
writing, and speaking knowledge
of Spanish or Portuguese is re-
quired.
For further information, call at
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Bldg.
Lectures
University Lecture in Journal-
ism, auspices of the Department of
Journalism. "The Washington As-
signment." Marquis Childs, col-
umnist, United Feature Syndicate.
3 p.m., Thurs., May 12, I . C,
Haven Hall.
i-
Alexander Ziwet Lectures in
Mathematics: Prof. R. H. Fox will
give the third lecture in the series,
4 p.m., Thurs., 3017 Angell Hall.
Topic: "Three Dimensional Top-
ology with Special Reference to
Knots and Links."
University Lecture: "The Evolu-
tion of the Universe" (illustrated).
(Continued on Page 4)

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WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE, recently over-
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MOTORCYCLE-Lightweight, looks and
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RAILROAD ticket to New York via
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1948 JAWA Motorcycle, 250 cc. Wind-
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SPECIALS AT SAM'S STORE
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Khaki Pants, sanforized - $2.66
Zelan Jackets with zippers - $3.88
U.S. Navy T-Shirts - 49c
Foot Lockers (taxes incl.) - $9.99

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'42 HARLEY 45. In excellent condition.
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W'orld's First Author's Premiere
I7ONITF t3PM
IN HONOR OF
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Vice President Emeritus of the University of Michigan
Whose Original Story Inspired The Creation
Of This Outstanding Motion Picture!
doings In Front of the Theatre
At 7:30 P.M.
Reserved Seats Now On Sale at Box Office - 55c

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ALL MOVIES ARE ALIKE?
Here's the one in a thousand that's
DIFFERENT - so different, so un-
usual, so powerful and entertaining
as to mark a new milestone in screen
achievement!

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Pleasl
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