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Brandy Raids Union Kitchen

Find Factor'
Essential to
Fever Virus
As a result of research in the
University's School of Public
Health laboratories, light has been
shed for the first time upon a
special vitamin necessary for
growth of disease-causing virus.
Dr. Herbert R. Morgan, associate
professor of epidemiology arid as-
sistant professor in the Medical
School, will report to the Society
of American Biologists today that
folic acid, a B-complex vitamin
factor, has been found essential
for growth of virus causing psitta-
cosis or parrot fever.
* * *
IT HAS BEEN possible, accord-
ing to Dr. Morgan, to interfere
with the growth of this virus by
using synthetically manufactured
compounds.
"These compounds, called folic
acid antagonists, prevent the
use of folic acid by the virus."
He suggested this discovery may
lead to knowledge of conditions
required for multiplication of
other disease-producing viruses. J
"If we know what a virus needs
to multiply, we may then deprive
it of that element, stopping its
growth," Dr. Morgan explained.
"This way, we can control the dis-
eases it causes."
Petitions for IFC
Book Manager Due
Petitions for manager of the In-
terfraternity Council Book Ex-
change are due Tuesday at the
IFC office in the Union.
Any fraternity man with eligi-
bility can petition. The manager
will be chosen by the IFC cabinet
next week.
Newly elected members of the
IFC Executive Council are: Don
Edge, '51A, Sigma Chi; Jack Har-
rington, '50E, Kappa Sigma; Bill
Duerr, '50E, Lambda Chi Alpha;.
Jack Montrose, '50BAd, Phi Sigma
Kappa; and Jack Hayward, '50,
Theta Xi.
Junior Executive appointments
are: George Milroy, '51, rushing
committee; Bob Vogt, '51E, social
committee; Ben Gates, '51, coi-
dinating; and Bob Preston, '51E,
public relations.

-Daily-Wally Barth
BRANDY AT THE UNION-Chef Narcisco Apraiz blocks the
door to his kitchen domain as Brandy trips the electric eye
mechanism in the hope of wheedling another bone from him.
Brandy's habitual visits nearly disrupted the routine of the Union
dining room and kitchen until her Delta Upsilon masters finally
curbed her taste for Union soupbones.
evealed herself to be a dog who forced to rely on the bone trick
repares for a rainy day. She went to persuade her to leave.
'om the platform to the flower This adventure seemed well on
ed which decorates the Union's its way toward being habitual, as
de yard, and buried her treas- Brandy flowed into and out of the
re amid the tulip shoots. Union for several consecutive
Having deposited her future days.
linner, Brandy advanced to the Finally her Delta Upsilon mas-
front door of the Union, and ters got wind of their mascot's ex-
started all over again. When ploits, and since then Union offi-
she made another foray in the cials report that they have not
kitchen via the electric-eye eon- been troubled by the afternoon
trolled doors, Chef Apraiz was visits of the prudent St. Bernard.

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DAILY OFFICIAL B

Lectures
Alexander Ziwet Lectures in
ULLETIN Mathematics: Prof. R. H. Fox of
Princeton University will give the
sixth lecture in the series, 3 p.m.,
3017 Angell Hall
tha Cook Residence, Phi Mu Al-
pha Sinfonia, Sigma Phi Epsilon, University Lecture: "Some As-
Wesleyan Guild, Zeta Beta Tau. pects of Plant Morphology and
Saturday, May 21 Evolution." Professor Theodor
Adams House, Adelia Cheever Just, Chicago Natural Hlistory
House, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Museum; auspices of the Depart-
Cooley House, Graduate Student ment of Botany. 4:15 p.m., Thurs.,
Council, Hinsdale House, Lambda May 19, Kellogg Auditorium. The
Chi Alpha, Lloyd House, Miami public is invited.
Triad, Michigan Christian Fellow-
ship, Phi Delta Phi, Sigma Alpha Special Lectures on Education,
Epsilon, Sigma Phi, Theta Delta auspices of the School of Educa-
Chi, Victor Vaughan. tion. "The University." President
Sunday, May 22 J Alexander G. Ruthven, 7 p.m.,
Dental School Junior Class, Psi Thurs., May 19, (not Wednesday
Upsilon, University Symphony as previously announced), Univer-
Orchestra, Zeta Beta Tau. sity High School Auditorium. Stu-
Summer Work: dents, faculty, and guests invited.
Representative of Camp Sher-
wood (Pontiac Girl Scouts), will Phi Delta Epsilon Annual Lee-
be at Bureau of Appointments, ture: "The Treatment of Func-
Wed., May 18, to interview girls tional Disturbances of the Diges-
for positions of unit leaders and tive Tract." Dr. Walter L. Palmer,
general counselors; also, registered Professor of Medicine, University
nurse. of Chicago. 8 p.m., Thurs., May 19,
Opportunity for men (age 17-20) (Continued on Page 4)
interested in the theatre to work
as ushers at the Central City
Opera House, Central City, Colo- DOORS OPEN DAILY 1:15 P.M.
rado, for the summer festival sea-
son.
For further information call at
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Bldg. Weekday Nights
Matinee 25c Sundays 35c
LAST TWO DAYS!
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN '
ROBERT
r Tours MITCHUM
BARBARA
rough September 4. New Orleans, BEL GE D DES
Guernavaca, Taxco Puebla. All PRESTON
in
s) Omaha, Salt Lake City, Port- -
s, Grand Canyon, Albuquerque, 'W est UsI
nse. $195.75.ost ON THE
violenEt
-At -
w 1:30 - 4:2
ra/e~ue10:00P.M.
d
NDEPENDENT MEN - Also -
-Guy Madison -
ent "TEXAS, BROOKLYN
AND HEAVEN"
CHARLES LAUGHTON At 3:00 - 5:50 - 8:40
PAUL ROBESON
I m

ZeIdtOf
FOR
SALE
NEEDLEPOINT,
RUG MATS - YARN
Everything you need for knitting.
Call 2-0303 or visit our shop.
WOMEN'S EXCHANGE
10 Nickels Arcade )12
LATE 1947 CHEVROLET Convertible-
Cream with new black top. Many ac-
cessories. Phone 2-7833. )13
1946 ARMY SURPLUS JEEP in good
mechanical condition. Phone 2-0749.
14
GIRL'S BICYCLE-Excellent condition;
reasonable. Call Vicki, 2-4561, Rm.
493. )15
YELLOW SPRING FORMAL - Never
been worn. Reasonably priced. Call
2-4502 between 9:00 and 5:00. )16
WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE-In excellent
running order, low price. See de la
Torre M.W.F. from 4 to 6 p.m. or any
day after 10:30 p.m., 621 Church St.
) 17
1936 OLDSMOBILE
6 Cyl., 2-door sedan, good cond.
$190 Ph. 2-0665 )18
GREEN WINTER COAT with inner lin-
ing, worn 2 months. Excellent con-
dition. Size 18. Ph. 2-4471, Rm. 4013.
)19
FRENCH TOURING BIKES
Man's and Lady's. $38 each.
John Cox, 1436 U. Terrace )20
SIZE 37 USED TUXEDO-Good condi-
tion. Also white summer formal coat.
Phone 6651 between 5:00 and 6:30 p.m
)21
GARGOYLE'S big graduation issue is
coming May 23. Don't miss the LOOK
Survey, the exchange cartoons, and all
the poetry we've been saving - the
best for the last you know. On cam-
pus MAY 23. )22
STEARMAN-Must sell. Very good con-
dition. Licensed until October. Make
an offer. Paul Smith, Ph. 7330. )23
LEATHER PICTURE FRAMES
For Pocket or Wall
40°/, Discount All Sizes
CALKINS-FLETCHER
State Street )5
1947 FORD TUDOR-Grey, undercoat,-
radio, heater, clean. Call.6244 after 5.
1431 U. Terrace, Apt. 738. )88
CLASSICAL RECORDS - Half price,
good condition. 40 albums Ph. 2-7367
after 6. )97
CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER - 1948
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. 1st. Thoroughbred. $50.
Call 2-3838 evenings. )95
CHILD'S BLACKBOARD for $4.00. Call
2-9020. )2B
MEN'S light summer suit, 44. NeverI
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 2-8I $4.50 & $5.00
BEE NICKELS SHOP
7 Nickels Arcade )11
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 Pl. 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
GENUINE Hartman wardrobe trunk.
Very reasonable. Ph. 4480. )96
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
FIRST IN QUALITY
TELEVIS ION
Franchise dealers for RCA, Motorola,
General Electric, and Stewart-War-
ner. Aero Radio Sales & Service.
Phone 4997. )

GOLF CLUBS and Bag Boy collapsible
caddy carts. Ph. 4044 or 2-2058. John-
ny Malloy, Pro. )30B
TAME Baby Parakeets, Canaries - beau-
tiful singers and females. Bird sup-
plies and cage's. 562 S. 7th, Ph. 5330.
WANTED TO RENT)
APT. for dental student and wife for
fall. Ph. J. Krause, 2-8754. )35W
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 Rapids, Michigan. )16W
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
CTARTC TST AY

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HELP

SALESMAN WANTED-
Adv. Products. Conu
Cleaning MaterialsS
Woodward, Detroit 2.
OFFICE SECRETARY-
dictaphone work, gen
Permanent full time
character and busi
Write Box 193, Mich.'
WOULD YOU like to try
job, either foreign or
card Box 2603, Tulsa,
PART-TIME Saleslhdies
to 3 p.m. daily ex
Sundays. S. S. Kresg
So. State. On the ca
ARBORETUM AREA for
-Double room and;
Shower, private entra
COMMENCEMENT Gue
vate homes. Call
2-8827 from 12:30-1:3
DOUBLE, suites and s
for summer, one b
Club, 802 Oakland.
FURNISHED ROOMS
graduates for summe
to campus and Un
shower; reasonable.
St., near Jefferson,
YOUR HOME for onl
Quiet, private, doubl
landlord, 2!2 blocks
occupancy June 3.
visit 318 E. Mad.
ROOMS available fors
Forest.
DOUBLE and single for
only. 2 blocks off cam

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4-ROOM FURNISHED
pletely equipped for;
2-9318.
LARGE SINGLE ROOA
from campus, hot wa
cilities, linens. Pref
student. Phone 2-0749
2 RM. TERRACE APT.
15 to Sept. 15. Ph.
JUNE THRU SEPT.-2
ment, 1055 Woburnt
lage.
MAKE RESERVATIONS
weekend guests at .
PIERCE TRANSI
1133 E. Ann
The Ann Arbor Dr
NOW PLAI
ARNOLD
MOSS
CARL BENZ
REID
in
"TWELF
NIGH
by William Sha
Evenings -f
Matinees - Thurs. 3:
LYDIA MENDELSSOF

WANTED
-Sell Nationally
mission. Write:
Supply Co., 7410
)41H
-Al typist, some
eral office work,
eposition. Give
ness references.
Daily. )40H
y for oil industry
domestic? Drop
Okla. )39H
wanted. 11 a.m.
:cept Saturdays,
ge Company, 317
.mpus. )33H
ROOMS
FOR RENT
r Summer School
single in suite.
once. Ph. 2-3080.
) 72R
st Rooms in pri-
Room Bureau,
0 and 6:30-7:15.
)1R
ingles-for' men
lock from Law
)69R
for teachers or
r and fall; close
ion; hot water;
509 S. Division
)70R
y $5 per week.
e room, student
from campus,
Ph. 2-7981 or
)71R;
summer. 9274 5
) 64R
summer session
npus. Ph. 2-7133.
)66R
OR RENT
SUITE - Com-
3 or 4 men. Ph.
)32F
M-Three blocks
ter, cooking fa-
er year 'round
9. )31F
to sublet June
2-7153 after 6.
)30F
bedroom apart-
Ct., Willow Vil-
)29F
for Senior Ball
IT HOME
Phone 8144
ama Season
YING
FRANCES
REID
TON
TH
IT"
i.espeare
8:30
15, Sat. 2:30
HN THEATER

DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2030
)3B
FRAYED COLLARS
ARE OUT OF FASHION
Have yours turned for 50c at
TUCKAWAY HOUSE
X. Liberty at Maynard Phone 9582
Margaret Nickerson' Martin )9
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 8161 )5B
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
ations. Prompt service on all altera-
Stions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 E
Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4B
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.

Summe

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
L.OST -_
OPPORTUNITY now for dentist ill ac-
end tive town. Suitable office space for
rent ait reasonable rate. Sunday inl-
FOUND spection appointment arranged by
writing Mr. J. M. Pilu mb,105 So. Wal-
nuit St., Fenton, Mtichiga:n. )2E
WOMAN'S blue short coat with Sioux
City label in woman's cloak room in
Union Sat, nite. Found one navy TRANSPORTATION
blue with Saks Fifth Ave label. Ph.
8956.
LEAVE FOR L. A. Calif. June 3-4, Need
LOST-Portable radio Friday night in riders. J. Kaplan, 2-4401, )39T
Arb. Call 2-8827. 64L
LOST-A darn good date-got her in BOARD
late. Don't wait-have your watch
electronically tested free on The SUM'MER 'MEAL,-Meals for the full
Watchmaster. Printed proof. Dick summer session will be available at
,,"Doc" Gainey, Specialzied Watch Re- the Theta Xi house, 1345, washtenaw
pair. Located at L. G. Balfour's, 1319 Ave. Phone Bill Dtian. 2-5644. 4X
So. University. Ph. 9533. )63L
LOST-Eye glasses and case with name
Voice Optical Company, somewhere
between Huron A&P and Nat. Science.PERSONALS
Please call Maxine Goldstein at Ypsi,
5110. )66L
LOST - Grey topcoat Tuesday night,
League Ladies Lounge. Reward. Ph
2-4561, Rm. 531. )61L PEASANT BLOUSES & SKIRTS-Mod-
erately priced, latest styles. Randalls,
SOLD HEART locket lost between 309 S. State. )1P
League and new Dorm. Ph. 2-6581,
R . 6507. Reward. 47L ANN-Will you please come home and
bring that Jenks & Co. (221 E. Liberty,
Phone 2-6220) reparied watch with
BUSINESS you so I can get to work on time.
BUIESAbe. H4UP
SERVICES
NOTICE BLOOD DONORS
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL BLOOD BANK
TO OUR MISSING SALESMAN--Soyou All students now on call as blood
TO UR ISINGSAESMN-So ou donors at the University Hospital
can't solo at I.F.C. sing tonight, don't who will be in Ann Arbor durigtlhe
let it' throw you. Get back to work Sumnmer should so notify the Bank
selling Royal Portable Typewriters and by postcard or telephone. Unless the
stop moping. Office Equipment, 1116 Bank is informed tlhty yuare tveil-
S. University. )1B able, you will not a called. New
LAUNRY- Wahin andor ronng. registrations for students who will be
LAUNDR Y - Washing and/or ironing, vial o h umrSsinwl
Done in my own home. Free pick-up beaiaccepfte. Cal the bank flror nl
and delivery. Phone 2-9090. )2B appointment.all thb for
apoitmn. )2M
24 HOUR SERVICE by request. EXCESS HAIR removed permanently by
ACE HAND LAUNDRY short wave method. Marie's Beauty
1114 S. University. Shop, Phone 2-G.96. )40B
ThB NOW IS THE TIME for that new penm-
TYPING DONE. Phone 2-3357. 41B anent, to form a good foundation for
TYPING SERVICE-Student papers, re- WDDNPECOIFFUEGADUATIONpOR
ports, theses, dissertations, accurately tors are skilled, experience bet-
done by experienced typists. For in- tcsanswhosrivdextoplreedyo.ben
formation ca 6197. )39B daily 9:00 a..-6:00 p.m. Evenings by
24Hur Serve by Re sappointment. Call 2-3725.'Rainey's
2HO UAerIceYbyERVEqs Slenderizing and Beauty Salon. 1031
215 E. Washington, Ph. 9035 )33B E. Ann. )32P
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE done on all SENIORS-Your last chance to get stu-
ty*E ie Moseley Typewriter Co., dent rates on TIME, LIFE, and 1Olt-
typ E.Wes.inMon.)2BloiclygecTUNE. Phone us ow--Studet Per-
odical Agency, 2-82-42. ) 24P

MEXICO: (25 Days) August 14 th
Austin, Mexico City, Xochimilco,
expense. $230.00.
PACIFIC COAST TOUR: (22 Day
land, San Francisco, Los Angele
Kansas City, St. Louis. All expe

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18 Meals...... $9.00
No Breakfasts...........$8.10
No Breakfasts or Weekends $6.95
EAT BETTER FOR LESS

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
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