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'U' Classes Will Meet
On Washington's Birthday3
University classes will meet as to the president and chairman of
usual on Washington's birthday, the University Calendar Com-
Feb. 22, despite notices to the mittee, said yesterday that the
contrary in six college announce- Regents ruled last March against
ments. an official observance of the first
Dr. Frank E. Robbins, assistant President's birthday.
To Hear Talks
The Progressive Party of Wash-
tenaw county will meet for a con-
vention which will be a part ofI
their local election activities, at
7:30 p.m. Feb. 18, in the county
Former State Senator Stanley
Nowak will deliver the keynote
Prof. John Shepard of the psy-
chology department and Progres-
sive candidate for mayor of Ann
Arbor will be introduced.
TO 5 P.M.
From 1 P.M.
BY THEN, HOWEVER, notices
of a holiday Feb. 22 had already -
been printed in college an-
nouncements of the literary col-
lege and the schools of architec-
ture, business administration, en-
gineering, public health and law.
A corrected calendar was
printed separately, but many
students never saw it.-
Dr. Robbins explained that it
was felt thatx the holiday could be !
officially removed from the Uni-
versity calendar this semester be-
cause "no one was really observ-
ing it." Jf y Futvre
had become just another day off.
The Calendar Committee which
Dr. Robbins heads makes its rec-
ommendations to the Regents .
through the Conference of Deans. DOWNVARD
Prof. Taylor Awarded ' and ended with
Swedish Botany Medal The above chart
Prof. William Randolph Taylor. post-war peaks.
of the botany department, has!,
been awarded the annual com-
memorative medal of the "Kungl.
Fysiografiska Sallskapet" of Lund,
The award was made in recog-t
nition of Prof. Taylor's botanical ___
- - 'dent Truman pr(
Cotinuotu from 1:30 P.M. again yeste rday fr
000 tax boost and
! to control prices a
Brannan urged th
[or IUni'versity 1Day
Plans of Engineering Open
House to be held April 22 in coop-
eration with University Day have
been drawn up by the Engineer-
University Day is the Union's
annual invitation to the students
of over 900 high schools in Mich-
igan and Northern Ohio to "get
acquainted" with the University.
THE ENGINEERING Open
House is designed to coincide with
University Day as an invitation
for University students, towns-
people, alumni and professional
people as well as high school stu-
dents who wish to look into the
workings of the College of En-:
Each of the 13 departments
will set up its own display as
well as several by departments
at Willow Run Airport and
Following are the departments
scheduled to set up displays and
their chairmen: Mechanical, Bill
Gripman, 50E; Chemical, Ralph
Hillman, 50E; Naval Science. Gor-
don Lifquist, 51E; Naval Archi-
tecture, Herman Merte, 50E; Elec-
trical, Paul Hiser, 49E; Aeronau-
tical, Eugene Hertler. 50E: Phy-
sics, Leonard Zwow: Civil. Arthur
Plant, 49E; Metal Processing,
George Wolf, 50E; Drawing, Wally
Dublonica, 51 E; Programmes.
Walt Oberreit, 51E.
'TOP LEVEL' MEMiBER OF
SPY RING: One of the persons
mentioned in a U.S. Army re-
port of a sensational Russian
spy ring that operated in Tokyo
during World War H is Guen-
ther Stein. Stein, former for-
eign correspondent and author
of several books on the far east,
is named as a "top-level" mem-
ber of the ring from 1936 toE
Geologist To Speak
Dr. F. Gordon Smith of the
Department of Geological Sci-
ences of the University of Toron-
to will speak to the Geological-
Mineralogical Journal Club today
at noon in Rm. 3054 Natural Sci-
His subject will be "Hypotheti-
thermal Ore Deposits."
Dr. Smith will also speak on
"Phase Changes in Magmas" at
4:15 p.m. in Rm. 2054 Natural
Science Building. All interested
persons are invited to attend.
By JOYCE ANDREWS
"If you are a registered nurse
or a water front director you have
an excellent chanch of securing a
job this summer in a camp," Rov
E. Sommerfeld, of the Bureau of
Appointments and Occupational
Information. said yesterday.
Although calls have been com-
ing in regularly from camps for
summer employment, Sommer-
feld said he has not yet received
many calls from resorts. He does
not expect to receive any calls
from manufacturers until the
business trend becomes more cer-
PAY FOR REGISTERED nurs-
es and water front director ranges
from $100 to $250 plus room and
board for the summer session.
Camp Counselors may expect to
receive from $75 to $150 plus
room and board for the season.
Representatives from the
North Star Camp for boys will
be here to interview students
from 11-3 today. Appointments
may be made by calling the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Building. They
needmen "experienced in water
front, a registered nurse and
men and women for arts and
Students may be interviewed
Saturday to work at Camp Dag-
gett, Petosky, Michigan. Pay will
range from $9.00 to $11.00 a day.
Age limit set up is 20-35 and stu-
dents must have a minimum of 2
years in the University. Men a
women who are wanted for the
week sessions must have expe
ence in physical education, or
conducting recreational aetiv
ON FEBRUARY 18, represer
atives will be here from Car
Winqukee, New Hampshire. Th
need general counselors for t
younger age group of boys,
Camp Livingston Ohio Wv
have representatives here to i
terviev students for their Jewi
co-ed camp. They will intervie
students for positions for regis
ered nurse. water front direct
THOSE BALMY DAYS:
Sunmmer Jobs Available
For 'U' Nurses, Womiien
TREND IN COTTON, WHEAT AND CORN FU-
rain market rebounded from a sinking spell today
its appearance healthy-but not exactly robust.
1 illustrates how prices in futures trading in July
er wheat, and May corn have dropped from their
TODAY & WEDNESDAY
. . . that there are seven
classes of * membership in
the Michigan Union:
Student Members, Annual
Members, Life Members,
Honorary Members, Special
Course Members, Director's
Members, and Summer
r As is 'ndX no sr
- tA) -Presi- !end 01 the next, fisol year
'or a $4,000,000,-l
he lawmakers to
6:05 - 9:25 P.M.
Meet The ( NEWS
A PARAMOUNT RERELEAE
Plus! WESTERN HIT!
1:30 - 5:00 - 8:15 P.M.
and "TRIGGER" in Trucolor
Weekday Evenings and
Matinees 25c Sundays 35c
- Coming Sunday -
FILMED IN MICHIGAN
help curb speculation on the com-
modity markets by giving the
Government power to fix the
amount, of margin for trading in
IN ORDERING an investigation
into the current price break,
Brannan said part of it might be
due to "speculative influences.",
However, Secretary of the Treas;!
ury Sn'yder said today that spec-
Sidation has been no greater than1
jniornia-l and has not been a:1 Ite
The President declined to
comment directly on the con-
modity market slump at his
f news conference, but he told
1. lHe is as strong as ever for. I
.the increased taxes which he!
said are needed to prevent a defic-
it. In his budget message,. 1.
Tiruman had forecast th is might
amount to $1,500,000,000 by the
Prices of athletic equipment
AIM is selling to any independent
man on campus have been slash-
ed, in some cases more than 10
per cent, Stu Hertzberg, sales
Men wishing to buy equipment
are asked to contact Stu Hertz-
berg in 328 Michigan House,
Phone 24401, or come to Rm. 3 C.
the Union, between 2 and 3 p.m.
Mondays through Fridays.
Gym shoes, T-shirts, football
jerseys, ping--pong equipment and
athletic socks are among the
equipment AIM has listed for salej
to independent men.
June 30, 1950.
2. The need is jutst as stron
he said, for standby Government
authority to champ down on prices
and 'uaes as when he outlinedl
these requests in his State of the
Union Message last month.
ASKED iF l opinion would
be altered by a further down-
trend in the mai..xts, Mr. Tr-.
man said itoid not.
The stock market today sank
10 the lowest level since last
Alarch. Wall Street was report-
ed in('rcasiantly concerned by rt-
ports that busiacss aehvify Iaa
heedi s sl:keising. 1 o wever
1 -Yains m7r 'lair-sired advances,
current rate on insured
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