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THE MICHIGAN DAIL Y

TUESDAY MAY 17,-

Dr. Emerson
Outlines Old
Age Planning
Health Education
Recommended
Programs for care of the aged
would probably be best developed
under bureaus of preventive medi-
cine in cooperation with health
education services, Dr. Haven Em-
erson told a public health assem-
bly yesterday.
Institutional and agency may
help the indigent and dependent,
Dr. Emerson, professor emeritus
of public health at Columbia Uni-
versity, said.
* * *
"BUT THEY WILL always be
makeshifts for protected home en-
vironments which aging persons
may reasonably expect for their
families."
No ,governmentrpension can
replace the proper concern of
each person to secure himself,"
Dr. Emerson continued.
Interest in caring for the aged
is emotional, political or popular
rather that rational or biological,
Dr. 'Emerson added, pointing out,
"The more money and time you
spend on the aged, the less you are
going to have for the constructive
period of life where it will mean
more."
UNNECESSARY early and pre-
ventable aging, the scientist add-
ed, may be the result, together
with heredity, faulty nutrition,
self - medication, habit -forming
drugs, occupational hazards and
personality maladjustments.
"When we know the causes of
premature aging," he said, "it may
be. possible to prevent by estab-
lishing different habit pattern in
the earlier year."
Nursing U.S. Along
AMBER, Mich.-More than 751
cents out of every dollar spent by
the government for health goes
for hospitalization.

HONORARY MEMBER-Alden B. Dow, (left) University alumnus
and Midland architect, is initiated as an honorary member of
Alpha Rho Chi, professional architecture fraternity. He is being
congratulated by David L. Stiffler '49A, president of the campus
chapter.
BETWEEN HALVES:
Fall Football to Feature
Giant Flashcard Show

World Youth
To Convene
In Budapest
To Air Cultures
At Conference
The second World Youth and
Student Festival will be held dur-
ing the last two weeks in August
in Budapest, Hungary, under the
sponsorship of the World Federa-
tion of Democratic Youth and the
International Union of Students.
The IUS is organizing the fes-
tival to "bring together young peo-
ple from all lands to show each
other their best achievements in
culture, sports, education and re-
construction."
THE WFDY WAS originated in
1945, and now claims a mieniber-
ship of 51 million students from
63 countries. It has consultative
status with the United. Nations.
Harvey Weisberg, NSA execu-
tive council member, states that
NSA has never affiliated with
either organization. Negotiations
for affiliation with IUS were
broken off last March when
agreement could not be reached
concerning NSA's objection to
the IUS policy of participating
in political activities.
Students interested in attending
the festival can write to the
U.S. office for the world youth
festival at 144 Bleeker Street in
New York City.
'U' Band To Give
Twilight Concert
The University varsity band will
make its last appearance on cam-
pus at 7:30 p.m. today on the steps
of Angell Hall when it will present
a twilight concert.
The program includes "Men of
Night" by Meretta; "Two Moods"
by Grundman; Vaughn Williams'
"Folk Song Suite"; and Tchai-
kovsky's "None But the Lonely
Heart" with Lee Stewart soloing
on the cornet.
Other selections are "March of
the Majorettes" by Simon and
seven well-known selections of
George Gershwin.

FOR
SALE

LEATHER PICTURE FRAMES
For Pocket or Wall
40' Discount All Sizes
CALKINS-FLETCHER
State Street )5
1947 FORD TUDOR--Grey, undercoat,
radio, heater, clean. Call16244 after 5.
1431 U. Terrace, Apt. 738. )88
CLASSICAL RECORDS - Half price.
good condition. 40 albums. Ph. 2-7367
after 6. )97j
CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER - 1948I
model complete with gear shift and
all extras. Used one summer. $195.
Call 7533 or 6252. )99
COUSINS
Store on STATE STREET
Prepare for summer! Denim
Sanforized Shorts; from $1.95 )1
GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPPY-Female,
whelped Jan. lst. Thoroughbred. $50.
Call 2-3838 evenings. )95
CHILD'S BLACKBOARD for $4.00. Call
2-9020. )2B
MEN'S light summer suit, 44. Never
worn. Danner, 514 Thompson. Ph.
2-4254. )94
MONEY-SAVERS at SAM'S STORE -
Army type foot lockers $9.99 (all taxes
included). Sun-tan pants $2.66. Men's
briefs, elastic tops 49c. Haynes Na-
tionally Advertised T-shirts 89c. Sam's
Store, 122 E. Washington. )8

TWO-PIECE CABANA SUITS
For Boys
Sizes 2-8 $4.50 & $5.00
BEE NICKELS SHOP
7 Nickels Arcade

FOR SALE
TAME Baby Parakeets,mCanaries - beau-
tiful singers and females., Bird sup-
plies and cages. 562 S. 7th, Ph. 5330.
GENUINE Hartman wardrobe trunk.
Very reasonable. Ph. 4480. )96
PERSONALS
PEASANT BLOUSES & SKIRTS-Mod-
erately priced, latest styles. Randalls,
309 S. State. )10P
TO OUR MISSING SALESMAN - Just
because you're playing Shakespeare in
Twelfth Night, there's no reason you
can't sell Royal Portable Typewriters
during the day. Office Equipment
Service Co., 1116 So. University. )1B
ANN-Will you please come home and
bring that Jenks & Co. (221 E. Liberty,
Phone 2-6220) reparied watch with
you so I can get to work on time.
Abe. )40P
NOTICE BLOOD DONORS
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL BLOOD BANK
All students now on call as blood
donors at the University Hospital
who will be in Ann Arbor during the
Summer should so notify the Bank
by postcard or telephone. Unless the
Bank is informed that you are avail-
able, you will not be called. New
registrations for students who will be
available for the Summer Session will
be accepted. Call the bank for an
appointment. )2M
EXCESS HAIR removed permanently by
short wave method. Marie's Beauty
Shop, Phone 2-6696. )40B
NOW IS THE TIME for that new perm-
anent, to form a good foundation for
that SPECIAL GRADUATION OR
WEDDING COIFFURE. Our opera-
tors are skilled, experienced beauti-
cians, who strive to please you. Open
daily 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Evenings by
appointment. Call 2-3725. Rainey's
Slenderizing and Beauty Salon. 1031
E. Ann. )32P
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
BABY SITTERS - Call Kiddie Kare,
2-1903; if no answer call 25-7364. )28B
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
WOULD YOU like to try for oil industry
job, either foreign or domestic? Drop
card Box 2603, Tulsa,. Okla. )39H
WILLOW RUN carrier representative
for the Michigan Daily wanted for
next fall. Apply now to Melvin May,
1209 Springfield WRV. )38H
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

WANTED TO BUY
Taylor-Tot and Baby-Tenh type table.
Mail card to H. W. Guthrie, 1450 Uni-
versity Terrace. )9D
FOR RENT
2 RM. TERRACE APT. to sublet June
15 to Sept. 15. Ph. 2-7153 after 6.
) 30F
JUNE THRU SEPT.-2 bedroom apart-
ment, 1055 Woburn Ct., willow Vil-
lage. )29F
MAKE RESERVATIONS for Senior Ball
weekend guests at
PIERCE TRANSIT HOME
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144
BOOKS
Most Complete Stock of
Medical - Dental - Law - Public Health
Books in the State!!
OVERBECK BOOKSTORE
1216 South University )6
For the Best in Bookbinding
at a price you can afford
OLSEN'S BINDERY
325 E. Hoover Phone 2-7976
)37B
ROOM AND BOARD
ARBORETUM AREA for summer school,
double room and single in suite.
Shower, private entrance. Phone
2-3080. )75R
BUSINESS SERVICES
LAUNDRY Washing and or Ironing.
Done in my own home. Free pick-up
and delivery. Phone 2-9090. )2B
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
24-Hour Service by Request
HON~E QUALITY SERVICE
215% Washington, Ph. 9035 )33B
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE done on all
typei'W'ters. Moseley Typewriter Co.,
214 E. Washington. )23B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable ates i-2029
)3B
FRAYED COLLARS
ARE OUT OF FASHION
Have yours turnedfor Sc 0
TUCKA WAY HOUSE
Z. Liberty at Maynard Phone 9582
Margaret Nickerson Martin )9
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209S. State St. Ph. 8161 )5B
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
ations. Prompt service on all altera-
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 E.
Washington. Phone 2-469. )4B
on. on

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
OPPORTUNITY now for dentist in ac-
tiv'e towvn. Suitable office space for
rent at reasonable rate. Sunday in-
spection appointment arranged by
writing Mr. J. M. Plumb, 105 So. Wal-
nut St., Fenton, Michigan. )2E
WANTED TO RENT
JUNIOR COLLEGE instructor and wife
desire to sub-let furnished apt. for
duration of the summer session.
Richard W. Wherity 559 Lyon N.E.,
Grand Rapid. Michigan. )16W
LOST AND FOUND
WOMAN'S blue short coat with Sioux
City label in woman's cloak room in
Union Sat. nite. Found one navy
blue with Saks Fifth Ave label. Ph.
8956.
LOST-Portable radio Friday night in
Arb. Call 2-8827. 64L
LOST-A darn good date--got her in
late. Don't wait-have your watch
electronically tested free on The
Watchmiaster. Printed proof. Dick
"Doc" Gainey, Specialzied Watch Re-
pair. Located at L. G. Balfoug's, 1319
So. University. Ph, 9533. )63L
LOST--Pair of glasses in black case.
"401 Peoples Gas Bldg." on case. Re-
ward. Call 2-6373. )67V'
LOST-Eye glasses and case with name
Voice Optical Company, somewhere
between Huron A&P and Nat. Science.
Please call Maxine Goldstein atYpsi,
5110. ) 66L
LOST - Grey topcoat Tuesday night,
League Ladies Lounge. Reward. Ph.
2-4561, Rm. 531. )61L
SOLD HEART locket lost between
League and new Dorm. Ph. 2-6581,
Rm. 6507. Reward. 4)7L'
ROOMS FOR RENT
COMMENCEMENT Guest Rooms in pri-
vate homes. Call Room Bureau,
2-8827 from 12:30-1:30 and 6:30-7:15.
)1R
SINGLE, large double for men for sum-
mer, 1430 Cambridge. )18B
DOUBLE, suites and singles-for men
for summer, one block from Law
Club, 802 Oakland. )69R
FURNISHED ROOMS for teachers or
graduates for summer and fall; close'
to campus and Union; hot water;
shower; reasonable. 509 S. Division
St., near Jefferson. )70R
YOUR HOME for only $5 per week.
Quiet, private, double room, student
landlord, 21 z blocks from campus,
occupancy June 3. Ph. 2-7981 or
visit 318 E. Mad. )71R
ROOMS available for summer. 927 S.
Forest. )64R
DOUBLE and single for summer session
only. 2 blocks off campus. Ph. 2-7133.
) 66R
ROOMS for Summer Sessions in Fra-
ternity House. Engineers preferred.
$4 per week. Triangle 814 E. Uni-
versity (corner Hill). Phone 2-9431.
)67R

)11

Sometime next fall at a prear-
ranged signal a giant foot will boot
an equally mammoth football out
of the stands of Michigan Sta-
dium.
Film To Be Shown
Claude Parmelee, nationally
known big game hunter and ex-'
hibition shooter, will show movies
of the Upper Peninsula at 7:30
p.m. today in the Architecture Au-
ditorium.
The movie will initiate a series
of programs depicting Upper Pen-
insula life end resources spon-
sored by the Hiawatha Club.

IL

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).
i TUESDAY, -MAY 17, 1949
VOL. LIX, No. 161
Notices
Commencement Exercises will be
held at 5 p.m., June 11, on Ferry
Field, weather permitting, other-
wise in Yost Field House. Tickets
will be available for distribution at
the Cashier's Office, Administra-
tion Building, Monday morning,
May 23. Upon presentation of
identification card, each eligible
graduate may obtain not more
than five tickets for Ferry Field,
and, owing to lack of space, not
more than two for Yost Field
House..
Herbert G. Watkins,
Secretary
Student Accounts: Your atten-
tion is called to the following
rules passed by the Regents at
their meeting on February 28,
1936:
"Students shall pay all accounts
due the University not later than
the last day of classes of each se-
mester or summer session. Stu-
dent loans which are not paid or
renewed are subject to this regu-
lation; however, student loans not
yet due are exempt. Any unpaid
accounts at the close of business
on the last day of classes will be
reported to the Cashier of the Uni-
Versity and
"(a) All academic credits will
be withheld, the grades for the se-
mester or summer session just
completed will not be released, and
no transcript of credits will be is-
sued.
"(b) All students owing such ac-
counts will not be allowed to regis-
ter in any subsequent semester or
summer session until payment has
been made."
Herbert G. Watkins,
Secretary
Graduate Faculty Meeting, Wed.,
May 18, 4:10 p.m., Rackham Am-
phitheatre. Ballots for nomination
of panel for the Executive Board
of the Graduate School have been
sent to .members of the Graduate
faculty and should be brought to
the meeting.
Faculty, College of Engineering:
Meeting, Fri., May 20, 4:15 p.m..
348 W. Engineering Bldg.
Cliliege of Engineering: 'Stu
dents who expect to attend the

Summer Session should notify the
Secretary's Office, 263 W. Engi-
neering Building, as soon as possi-
ble.
To All Seniors (all schools) : You
may sign up now if you wish' to go
on the Senior Cruise, June 5, 6, 7.
Seniors from all schools are eli-
gible to go and they may bring one
guest. If you intend to go, you
must sign the register and make
a ten dollar deposit on the total
amount of $37.50. If you cannot
make the deposit or are uncertain
as to whether or not you can go,
you may sign a waiting list. Sign
up at the booth on the Diag or in
the Administration Bldg., from 9-
12 and 1-3 on Tues., and Wed.,
May 17, and 18.
Members of the Senior Class
(L.S.A., Arch., Music, Forestry):
Register for Senior Picnic to be
heldCThurs., June 9, at the Fresh
Air Camp, if you intend to go and
if you intend to bring a guest. Only
seniors who have paid their dues
and their guests are eligible to at-
tend. It is necessary that you reg-
ister at thi§ time in order to plan
the refreshments and transporta-
tion. Register at the booth on the
Diag and in the Administration
Bldg., Tues., and Wed., from
9-12 and from 1-3. You may also
pay your dues at this time.
Student Organizations, graduate
and undergraduate, are notified
that in accordance with action
taken by the Committee on Stu-
dent Affairs at its meeting on May
3, every student organization rec-
ognized by the Committee on Stu-
dent Affairs is requested to file in
the Office of Student Affairs, 1020
Administration Building, a com-
plete copy of its constitution, or an
acceptable abbreviated copy which
follows the pattern set forth in
the revised publication UNIVER-
SITY REGULATIONS CON-
CERNING STUDENT AFFAIRS,
CONDUCT, AND DISCIPLINE.
Documents must be filed before
November 1, 1949.
Fraternity Social Chairmen:
Fraternities wishing to enter-
tain their sponsoring sorority fol-
lowing the Interfraternity Council
Sing may do so provided chaper-
ons are listed in the Office of Stu-
dent Affairs before 3 p.m. today.
Chaperons may be a sorority or
fraternity housemother or a mar-
maried couple 25 years of age or
older.
Orientation-Group leaders for
Fall Semester: Those men who ap-
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This feat will be performed by
the combined efforts of the Wol-
verine flashcard committee and
714 student fans.
CHAIRMAN BOB Mayerson and
his committee, already hard at
work on their dusty chalkrplan-
ning board, have come up with
several new twists for the 1949
season.
Plans call for using parts of
sections one and 44 on the 50-
yard line at the east side of the
field instead of the 1400 seats
in the end zone occupied by the
cheerers last year. Other inno-
vations will be moving stunts in
four colors to replace the maize
and blue block letters, and a
clock-regulated system for
changing patterns.
Seats in the choice new
flashcard section will be assigned
to those students who want them
and have been in attendance at
the University for the longest
length of time.
Fraternity Reports
Navy Flags Stolen
Eleven Navy signal flags were
reported missing Sunday by Phi
Rho Sigma, professional medical
fraternity.
Chapter members borrowed the
pennants from the campus
NROTC department for party dec-
orations Saturday. They were tak-
en from the front yard late that
night, members said.
A khaki-clad prowler was seen
shortly before midnight around
the flags, but he disappeared when
chased, members reported.
LUBRICATING WASHING
GEO. W. CAMP
Standard Oil Service
Packard at Hill Street
TIRES ACCESSORIES

MAN'S ENG. RALEIGH For Sale, $60.
Call Sy, 2-6382, 1319 Hill. )98
'46 HARLEY 74 O.H.V. and '47 Cushman
Motor Scooter. Both excellent cond.
1125 Martin P1. or Ph. 7468 Eve. )93
There's Only One Palm Beach Suit!
"SACONY"
Only $25 Sizes 10-20
It's a Wonderful Buy!
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
State Street )2
1938 BUICK SPECIAL 4-door sedan, 60,-
000 actual miles, good motor, body
and tires, radio and heater, $475. Also
4 650-15 tires and tubes cheap. 1314
Sheehan, Ph. 5887. )91
DAVENPORT and matching chair, 2
occasional chairs; bathinette, tailor-
tot stroller; 3 piece girls winter out-
fit, size 2; long maternity dresses,
12-14; man's tuxedo and 2 sport suits,
37-38; dishes and misc. Ph. 2-2035.
TYSON TRAILER-All metal, 2 wheel,
with a canvas cover. Condition like
new. Ph. 25-0041. )73
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 2-2958. John-
ny Malloy, Pro. )30B
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Recently Redecorated
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
OPEN SEVEN DAYS
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