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SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1949

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OUTGOING PRESIDENT:

Jim Jans Reviews Term in SL Office

By PETER HOTTON
"IftI hadto do it all over again,
I'd jump at the chance!"
That's what Jim Jans would do
if he had the chance to be presi-
dent of Student Legislature again.
"PEOPLE WHO don't partici-
pate in outside activities here miss
a lot of fun and some good expe-
rience," he said. "Schoolwork day
in and day out would get a little
tedious," he added.
Jans' accomplishments during
his semester as SL president are
numerous and varied: his work
is reflected in being the first
candidate elected to SL.
Though as president Jans had
no vote in campus affairs, his con-
nection with many vital functions
at the University speak for them-
selves.
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HIS PRIMARY function as
president was student representa-
tive to the administration, and as
a part of his work in this capacity
tle regents' speakers' ban was
abolished and the proposed Meet-
Your-Regents meeting is now be-
ing considered by the Regents and
the administration.
It was his team work and ex-
cellent coordination with mem-
bers of SL and other campus or-
ganizations that brought about
such advaniages for the stu-
dents as the National Students
Association's Purchase Card
System, and faculty grading
which is now a well-founded
University institution, according
to fellow legislators.

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-Daily-Wally Barth
OUTGOING SL PRESIDENT-Jim Jans sits at the table where
he conducted Student Legislature meetings as president during
the past semester. He said he'd jump at the chat^e if he had
to do it all oer again. His work is reflected in being the first
to be reelected to SL in the recent elections.
* * * *

Jans was a powerful member of
the Student Affairs Committee,
partly responsible for the SL rec-
ommendations to eliminate dis-
crimination in University housing
units.
* * *
"BUT IT'S NOT what I've done
as an individual that counts," Jans

said, "but what the groups ha
done, whether they be SL, NSA
what have you, and I'm glad
have been a part of them."
Jans was very satisfied with t
SL elections. "The caliber of t
persons elected is very high a
we hope to do more and bet
things than we have in the pas

U' Summer
Camp Seeks
Counselors
Fresh Air Staff
Asks Student Aid
A few counselor positions at the
University Fresh Air Camp are
Still open, according to Camp Di-
rector William C. Morse.
As in the past the camp's coun-
selor staff will be composed of
University students, most of whom
are on the senior or graduate level.
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SINCE THE camp was first es-
tablished 29 years ago, students
have been a driving force behind
the project, both raising money
and serving on the staff, Morse
said.
The camp has grown until
now it accommodates 230 mal-
adjusted boys in two four-week
sessions. The permanent site is
on Lake Patterson, one of a
chain of lakes 17 miles from
Ann Arbor.
The 45 counselors who staff the
camp are usually education, psy-
chology or sociology majors, but
all that is really necessary is an
interest in children and a desire to
understand their problems, Prof.
Morse said.
* * *
COUNSELORS enroll in the
University Summer Session and
receive six hours credit for their
work which includes a seminar in
social work given at the camp by
staff members.
In addition to room and board
for the nine week period the stu-
dent counselors receive a $40 sti-
pend.
Each counselor has charge of a
cabin and, under the direction of
an experienced staff member,
plans programs to fit the person-
alities of his youthful charges. In
addition he keeps a behavior log
which is returned to the boy's
home social agency in the fall.
BOTH MEN and women stu-
dents are eligible. The camp starts
June 20 and closes August 20.
Additional information can be
obtained at the offices of the
Fresh Air Camp in Lane Hall, he
said.
Stomach Ills
Can Indicate
MentalUpset
Nervous indigestion is not a dis-
ease but a warning of a personal-
ity in distress, Dr. Walter Lincoln
Palmer, professor of medicine at
the University of Chicago, told a
University audience Thursday.
Calling correct evaluation and
treatment of nervous digestion
partly a work of science and partly
an art, Dr. Palmer explained that
"The physician must study the
reaction of the patient and at-
tempt to evaluate his personality."

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Matthiessen
Will Present
Hopwood Talk
To Announce Award
Winners Thursday
The annual Hopwood Lecture
will be given by Dr. Francis Otto
Matthiessen, critic and author, at
4:15 Thursday in the Rackham
Lecture Hall.
Dr. Matthiessen's topic will be
"The Responsibilities of the Crit-
ic."
* *
WINNERS of the Avery and
Jule Hopwood awards in creative
writing will be announced after
the lecture, according to Prof. Roy
W. Cowden, director of the Hop-
wood Committee.
Scholar at Oxford from 1923 to
1925 and received a Doctor of
Philosophy degree at Harvard in
1927. He now holds the rank of
professor of English at that uni-
versity.
"From the Heart of Europe," Dr.
Matthiessen's most recent book
concerns his experiences at Salz-
burg and Prague during the last
half of 1947.
* * *
AT THE PRESENT time he is
writing a critical biography of
Dreiser and, editing the "Oxford
Book of American Verse."
Hopwood awards are presented
every year in the fields of fiction,
poetry, essay and drama. Under-
graduate students may enter the
minor field, while seniors or grad-
uate students may compete for
major awards. Entrants must be
enrolled in a university writing
course.

FAR-AWAY PLACES:

Summer Tours Planned
By International Center

By PHOEBE FELDMAN
Students with itchy vacation
feet will get a chance to exercise
them this summer by taking one
of the two travel tours offered un-
der the sponsorship of the Inter-
national Center.
Heading west, and south of the
border, the tours will take in the
cultural and scenic sights of the
western states and California and
Mexico.
* * *
THE CALIFORNIA tour, sched-
uled to start August 14, will cover
Omaha, Salt Lake City, Portland,
San Francisco, Los Angeles, the
Grand Canyon, the Petrified For-'

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Arizona and New Mexico, Alb
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and Chicago.
Featured stops in the cro
country trip will be Boys' Tow
Neb., and Mt. Ranier and the C
lumbia River Valley area in Was
ington.
In California, students willg
a look at the West Coast's cosm
politan San Francisco, and L
Angeles glamour center, Hollywo
plus a two-day stopover at Yos
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Choirs Will Sing
In Spring Concert
The University Choir and Michi-
gan Singers will present their an-
nual spring concert at 4:15 p.m.
tomorrow at Hill Auditorium.
"The Deum," a choral work by
the Hungarian composer Zoltan
Kodaly, will be given its first Ann
Arbor performance at the concert.
The Michigan Singers will pre-
sent "Spherical Madrigals," by
Prof. L. Finney of the Music
School, and "Americana," by Ran-
dall Thompson.
Other numbers of the University
Choir will be Palestina's "Super
Flumina Babylonis," and Brahm's
"Quartette,; and "Alto Rhapso-
die," with Arlene L. Sollenberger
as soloist.
Prof. Maynard Klein will di-
rect.

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THE GROUP headed for the
land of the enchalatas will start
out August 20, and stop at New
Orleans, Mexico City, Xochimilco,
Cuernavaca, Taxco and Pueblo.
New Orleans' Latin Quarter, the
Aztec Pyramids and the floating
gardens in Xochimilco are some of
the high spots of the journey.
The California tour, covering
8,000 miles and lasting through
Spe.t 6, is priced at $195.75, and
the 6,000 mile Mexican tour costs
$230 for all except food and per-
sonal expenses.
Students interested in taking
either tour may contact Homer E.
Underwood at International Cen-
ter. Each tour has a limit of 35
people.
Dance Clubs To
Present Festival
A spring dance festival will be
presented by the Ballet and Mod-
ern Dance Clubs at 2:30 p.m. and
8 p.m. today in the Dance Studio
of Barbour Gymnasium.
Four numbers representing
dance styles will be performed by
the Modern Dance Club, directed
by Edith Daniels, '49Ed.
* * *
KAPILA MALIK, Grad., who
danced for years in New Delhi,
India, will present an Indian
Dance Suite. The group will in-
terpret "Dream of the Mona Lisa,"
a poem by William Trousdale, '52.
Other numbers will be Shosta-
kovitch's "Russian Dance and
Polka," and "Tubby the Tuba,"
to a record by Danny Kaye.
The Ballet Club, under the di-
rection of Inez Miller, '50, will
perform Prokofieff's "Peter and
the Wolf"; "Valse Tsiganne," a
gypsy dance, and "Twelfth Street
Rag," a solo danced by Anne See-
ger, Grad.

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Tan Without Burning nut St., Fenton, Michigan. )2E
use TARTAN suntan lotion --._..................................
Only 59c Greaseless too!
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limits. Beautifully remodeled, lot 100
feet by 300 feet. House 150 feet back
from the road among the trees. Pine -- -- - -
panneled recreation room with fire APT. TO RENT between June 15 and
place. Automatic gas, hot water heat. Au. 20. Shower and pvt. entrance.
Call Oril Ferguson, Realtor, 928 For- Call Mel after 7:00 pm. 74R?
est. Phone 2-2839 for detailed descrip-
tion of house. )38 FURNISHED one bedroom apt. to sub-
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COUSINS 1038 Revere Ct., Willow Village, Mich.
Store on STATE STREET )33F
SUMMER pelasure, T Shirts
From $1.59, Stripes and Salads )1 APT. TO RENT-2 rooms furnished,
private bath, 2 blocks from campus.
1948 PLYMOUTH Will sublet from June 1st to Sept. 1st.
W AGOYNUHTel. 2-7119. )35F
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________________________________)_36F
1948 MERCURY convertible, maroon,
Radio and heater. 10,000 miles, al- fLARE campuNEhOO Te c ock
ways garaged. Must sell by June 4. frmc puhtwecoknfa
Call 2-4165 or see car at 625 Forest cilities, linens. Prefer year 'round
Ave. )32 student. Phone 2-0749. )31F
1948 FLEETLINE Chevrolet, 4 door. JUNE THRU SEPT.2 bedroom apart-
3800 miles, radio, heater, perfect ment, 1055 Woburn Ct., Willow Vil-
condition-$1600, 700 Mt. Pleasant. lage. )29F
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An excellent car to drive south or 1133 E. Ann Phone 8144
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PhoneUniversity Extension 2519 or BUSINESS
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)11 $12.50 now $8.50. Rainey Beauty
Salon, 1031 E. Ann. Air-conditioned.
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP Ph. 2-3725. Open evenings by a-
South State off North University pointm Onent. )32P
YOUR VACATION STATION ____________32P
Choose your vacation-wear before GOLF CLUBS AND BAG BOY
you go-you'll be glad you did! Collapsible Carts - Johnny Malloy, Pro.
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MAN'S SCHWINN BICYCLE-Good con--
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Barnard 4141. )29 ACE HAND LAUNDRY
________________________________1114 S. University.
'35 FORD TUDOR-Clean, good motor. 33B
Bill Straub, 1309 Wilmot, Ph. 9470.
)25 TYPING DONE. Phone 2-3357. 4113
TYPING SERVICE-Student papers, re-
'35 FORD--'39 engine, radio, heater, sell ports, theses, dssertat ons, accurately
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_______ _ .__ Have yours turned for 50c at
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_ after 6. )97 MargareetNickersonMartin _)9
CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER - 1948 LEARN TO DAN CE
model complete with gear shift and JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
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CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
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2-9020. )2B tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 E
Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4B
MONEY-SAVERS at SAM'S STORE --
Army type foot lockers $9.99 (all taxes
included). Sun-tan pants $2.66. Men'sI
briefs, elastic tops 49c. Haynes Na-
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'46 HARLEY 74 O.H.V. and '47 Cushman No. Main Opp. Court House
Motor Scooter. Both excellent cond.
1125 Martin P. or Ph. 7468 Eve. )93,
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
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WANTED TO RENT
APT. for dental student and wife for
fall. Ph. J. Krause, 2-8754. >35W
JUNIOR COLLEGE instructor and wife
deieto sub)-let furnishied apt. for
duration of the summer session.
Rich du W. Wherity. 559 Lyon N.E..
Grand~i Rapid, Michigran. )16W
BOOKS
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IDooks in the State!
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at a price you can afford
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325 E. Hoover Phone 2-7976
)37B
ROOMS
FOR RENT
SUMMER Rooms for men, 528 Packard
St. )73R
ARBORE TUM AREA for Summer School
- Double room and single in suite.
Shower, private entrance. Ph. 2-3080.
72R
COMMENCEMENT Guest Rooms in pri-
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DOUBLE, suites and singles-for men
for summer, one block from Law
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YOUR HOME for only $5 per week.
Quiet, priva"e, double room, student
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occupancy Jilne 3. Ph. 2-7981 or
visit 318 E. MadLL. )71R

PEASANT BLOUSES & SKIRTS-Mod-
erately priced, latest styles. Randalls,
309 S. State. )1P
ANN-Will you please come home and
bring that Jenks & Co. (221 E. Liberty,
Phone 2-6220) repaired 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
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SENIORS-Your last chance to get stu-
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BABY SITTERS - Call Kiddie Kare,
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CAMPUS
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We offer discount on N.S.A. cards
Phone 2-7032 )20B
TO OUR MISSING SALESMAN-Saw
you canoeing down the Huron River
yesterday with your sample case. I'm
sure old man river has no use for the
new Royal Portable Typewriter. Of-
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THRU TUESDAY
MAT. - 30c NIGHTS - 40c
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('l . .L 'ax JuincL1ta' 13. George
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HELP WANTED
EARN 9-10 dollar: per week next Fall
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TWO MEN 19 years or older, as coun-
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perI'ene inScout ingdesirable. Write
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SUMMER WORK
Students interested in pleasant sum-
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and Natural Se. Aud. Please notify
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Rm. 165 Chemistry Bldg. Notebook
and file badly needed. Call 2-3735 or
come to Chemistry Office. )69L
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League and new Dorm. Ph. 2-6581,
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EMPLOYMENT
TH EWEAR-EVER
COMPANY
has launched a new business
after a half century of leadership
in the cooking utensil field.
THIS new line is FINE
CUTLERY under the name of
CUTCO
Approximately 3 or 4 students free
for the summer willrbe contracted for
sales work here at Michigan.
For full information write or call
SAMUEL R. SMITH
438 Dennis Adrian, Michigan
Phone 886-J

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the patient's background, trials
and tribulations and how he hs
reached to stress and strain
through the years, he added.
"Food allergies are rarely re-
sponsible for long-lasting day to
day distress," the physician
pointed out.
He emphasized, however, that a
complete physical examination,
including X-rays, should be made
to rule out possible physical causes
of discomfort which may give rise
to similar symptoms.
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"MORE THAN half the patients
complaining of abdominal dis-
comfort have been found to have
no physical abnormality," Dr.
Palmer continued, adding that
much can be done for persons suf-
fering from nervous digestion.
The lecture was sponsored by
Phi Delta Epsilon, medical frater-
nity.

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