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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Ann Arbor Bank
ranch To Open June 1

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Students and townspeople find-
tng it difficult to catch either of
the two Ann Arbor Banks before
Slosing hours will have a third
recourse as the new South Uni-
.ersity branch opens its doors
une 1, bank president Rudolph
~eichert has announced.
Under construction for approx-
mately two months this second
aampus branch will relieve conges-
bion at the State St. Bank, Reich-
rt and other ,officials predict.
HENRY J. KLOSE, JR., and
arvin Warren, formerly em-
loyed at the State St. branch,
nave been appointed as branch
ranager and assistant manager,
respectively.
Except for an absence of
safety deposit boxes, the new
structure boasts facilities for

handling all kinds of banking
activities-six tellers' windows
have been installed to serve pa-
trons, according to the offi-
cials.
The bank branch will remain
open the same hours as the State
St. and Main St. banks-10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m.
to noon every Saturday.
No figures on the cost of re-
modelling the branch's quarters
are available as yet, but prelim-
inary estimates cited the job at a
cost of $12,000.
CHICAGO-Dominoes, a favor-
ite indoor sport played by both
children and adults, was invented
in Italy about two hundred years
ago, relates The World Book En-
cyclopedia.

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FLAG HEADQUARTERS
Small flags . . . big flags . . . sets and singles in
all fabrics. Holders and Stands. You'll find the
flag you want at Fox.

-Daily-Hank Tyson
FRESH AIR CAMP FUND-President Alexander G. Ruthven receives a $16,452.55 check for the
Fresh Air Camp Improvement Fund from Dorothy Fogel, '50, of Assembly Association. Other
undergraduate members of the Fresh Air Camp Executive Committee look on. They are (left to
right): Bruce Lockwood, '49E, IFC; Dorothy Fogel, '50, Assembly, Pres. Ruthven, Thoburn Stiles,
'50, West Quad, Pat McKenna, '49, League, Lee Sunshine, '50, East Quad, Stuart Hertzberg, '50, AIM,
and Jeanne Blinn, '49, Pan Hel.

Open on Sundays
Rackham Hall's reading rooms
will be open from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Sunday and next Sunday for grad-
uate student study.
The
Michigan Alumnus
Half-price for Seniors
Only $2.00
for the next year
FOR SALE
CLOSING OUT!
(1) WIRE RECORDER, Webster,
Model 78 with playback amplifier
which can be used with record
player.
(2) HIGH FREQ. CONVERTER,
RME VHF-152, Extend the coverage
of your communications receiver.
(3) 1/5 CARAT, WHITE DIAMOND
ENGAGEMENT RING, yellow gold
-Used once.
(4) MENDLESOHNN MODEL E
SPEEDFLASH-Complete.
(5) F6.3 Wollensak Velostigmat IV,
5 inch lens in Alphax shutter.
(6) Mechanical Drawing Set. -
Charvos. $15.00.
All above in brand new condition.
Must be, sold at sacrifice prices. Drop
in at 411 or 417 Chicago House, or
call 2-4401.

Student Group Gives Ruthven
Moneyfor Fresh Ar Camp

Three years of enthusiastic stu-
dent activity bore fruit yesterday
as President Alexander G. Ruth-
ven was presented with a $16,-
452.55 check for the Fresh Air
Camp Improvement Fund by an
undergraduate committee.
The money will be used to im-
prove the facilities of the Uni-
versity Fresh Air Camp, a summer
camp for underprivileged and
maladjusted boys run by the Uni-
versity's Institute for Human Ad-
justment.
THE FIRST PROJECT for
which the new fund will be used
is the winterizing of the camp's
main lodge. Plans call for a new
well and pumping equipment, wall
insulation and a forced air heat-
ing system.
Recently the camp has become
a major student recreation spot
with picnics, ball games and
other activities filling its week-
end calendar.
The camp is located at Patter-
son Lake, 17 miles northeast of
Ann Arbor.
Once the projected improve-
ments are made in the lodge, stu-
dents will be able to make use
of the lake and hills surrounding

the site for skating, skiing and
other winter sports.
* * *
THE MEMBERS of the com-
mittee which presented the check
are representative of major cam-
pus organizations, including As-
sembly, Pan Hel, AIM, IFC, the
East and West Quads and the
League.
The student groups gathered the
proceeds from such diverse activ-
ities as J-Hop, JGP, Michigras,
jazz concerts, dances and candy
booth profits.
Student participation in the im-
provement of the camp will be
continued through this committee
with the various organizations
represented being assigned specific
projects in the future.
NROTC Chooses
Best Sophomore
Midshipman Robert Henry Mil-
ler, USNR, was awarded the Scab-
bard and Bladeaannual award for
being the outstanding sophomore
NROTC student for the year 1948-
49.
Captain. H. B. Wheeler, USN,
made the presentation at a parade
of the entire Midshipman Battal-
ion in North Hall.

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