TT HGAN I DAILYI - -MTiTRSUA
Has Professional Touch
A local restaurant operator yes-
.erday said that he had been
hreatened with arrest by city!
zealth department o f f i c i a lis
;hould he attemapt to pass out free
offee from a truck in the future,
without obtaining an-eating es-
ablishment license for the truck.
The restauranteur, J. D. Miller,
eported that he had been ordered
y city health officials to cease
erving free coffee to students
rom a truck parked# near Water-
nan gymnasium during registra-
ion last Friday.
HE SAID that his employes had
tad served the free coffee last
Vednesday and Thursday, the
irst two days of registration, but
hat they had been ordered to
top after they began to served
By passing out free coffee from
a truck, Miller allegedly violat-
ed a city ordinance which re-
quires sewage and toilet facili-
ties as well as a supply of run-
ning water in all food establsh-
ments which are licensed, ac-
cording to the city sanitary in-
THE ORDINANCE is designed
a protect the health of students
nd townspeople from unsanitary
onditions which might arise in
ring water in all food establish-
7ents, the inspector said.
The Student Players have an
unusual touch of professionalism
in their production of "Golden
Boy," according to Cliff Rogers,
Mrs. Marie D. Miller, director of
the production to be presented at
8 p.m. tomorrow and Saturday at
Pattengill Auditorium, and Ron
Soble, the lead, have uncommon
qualifications, Rogers pointed out.
Mrs. Miller, who has radio and
television experience, has act e d
and directed professionally
SOBLE, who plays Joe Bona-
parte, a violinist turned boxer,
holds several boxing honors him-
He was novice middleweight
champion in the Chicago Gloves
tournament in 1945, middle-
weight champion of the Armed
Services in Japan, and last year
was light heavyweight champion
of the University.
Written by Cifford Odets,
"Golden Boy" concerns Joe Bona-
parte, an Italian-American youth
with great musical talent whose
ambition drives him into pro-
fessional boxing. His old-world
father is played by Wiliam Mac-
Kenzie. James White is Joe's
manager, Tom Moody, while
Sheila Millman plays his girl,
Measles on Upgrade
LANSING-(IP)-This may be a
bad year for measles, the State
Health Department has reported.
OTHER MEMBERS of the castj
include: Harvey Stuart, Betty Lou
Robinson, Frederic Stuart, Ben-
jamin D. Friedman, Merton Segal,
Robert M. Brake, Carroll Mc-
Cortney, Donald Hawley, Jack
Lazarus, Alvin Lewis, John Hall,
Richard' Chaney and Al Yezbick.
Burt Sapowitch is production
Tickets will be sold from 1 to 5
p.m. today and tomorrow in the
League and Union lobbies.
La Grone Will
Oliver LaGrone, sculptor and
poet, will open the campus pro-
gram commemorating National
Negro History Week, with a talk
on "The Negro in American Cul-
ture" at 4 p.m. today in Lane Hall.
Co-sponsored by Student Re-
ligious Association and Inter-
Racial Association, LaGrone will
also read selections from "Foot-
falls," his new book of poetry.
Sunday night the cooperative
houses and Negro fraternities and
sororities will sponsor a speaker
on Negro History Week.
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN-
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No. Main - Opp. Court H
Mat. 'til 5 30c Nights, Sun. 40c
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 ]'resident, Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3a00 p.m.
an the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1950
VOL. LX, No. 88
Application for Bomber Schol-
arships: Applications may be ob-
tained at the Scholarship Office,
Office of Student Affairs, Rm.
1020 Administration Bldg., and
must be returned to that office'
not later than Mon., Feb. 20. To
be eligible for these scholarships a
student must have served at least
one year in the United States
armed forces during the last war,
must have completed satisfactor-
ily not less than the equivalent of
two semesters of credit hours in
any undergraduate school or col-
lege in this University, and shall
have received no degree of any
kind from this University. Awards
will be made according to need,
character, and scholarship ability
after comparison of applicants.
Students, College of L.S.A. Ap-
plications for scholarships for the
academic year, 1950-51, are now
available in 1010 Angell Hall. .All
applications must be returned to
that office by March 3, 1950. Ap-
plicants must have had at least
two semesters of residence in this
University Textbook Loan Lib-
rary: Books in book collection
boxes will be collected on Thurs-
day and Friday this week for
University Textbook Loan Lib-
June graduates who registered
with the Bureau of Appointments
during the fall semester should
call at the office, 3528 Administra-
tion Bldg., to bring their records
up-to-date and to fill out location
blanks. Office will be open on
Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Students, College of Engineer-
ing: Applications are now being
received in 412 W. Engineering
Bldg. for scholarships for the
1950-51 school year. These include
awards by the Morse, Curtis-
Wright, Mandlebaum, Donovan.
Hunt, Lowry, Boyer, and Gemmel
Funds. Details for eligibility have
been posted on all bulletin boards
in East and Wpst Engineering
Bureau of Appointments: The
U.S. Civil Service Commission an-
nounces the following examina-
1. Airport Traffic Controller,
GS-6 through GS-12, openings in
Civil Service Region No. 3.
2. Aircraft Communicator (Do-
mestic) grades GS-5 through GS-
7, openings in Region 3.
3. Instructor-Power plant, for
duty in the Federal Correctional
Institution, Milan, Michigan.
The State College of Washitlg-
ton, Pullman, Washington an-
nounces Counseling Assistantships
open to graduate students in Edu-
cation, Psychology, Sociology, Eco-
nomics, Business Administration,
for the school year beginning Sep-
tember, 1950. Applications must
be completed by March 15.
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Saturday is 3' P.M. Saturdays,
11:30 A.M. for Sunday Issue.
JOHN-Thanks for the inside info on
the 39c luncheon at J. D. Miller's
Cafeteria. Boy that entree, potato,
vegetable, bread, butter and beverage
really taste good. What a buy. Hank.
CONSERVATIVE gentleman desires to
meet docile young woman. ____)7P
SECOND SEMESTER FRESHMEN
Here's opportunity to work on an
Official Michigan Publication, the
MICHIGANENSIAN yearbook. Great
possibilities for advancement in im-
portant positions. Come to initial
meeting Feb. 20, at the Publictions
Bldg., 4:00 o'clock. )11P
CONDUCTING student summer tour.
Europe 61 days $940. England, Bel-
gium, Switzerland, Austria, Italy,
France. Limited. Interviews Friday,
Feb. 17, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Lobby Wom-
en's League. Dr. Robert Bartlett, 829
W. Mich. Ave.,_Lansing. )6P
LEAVE JUNIOR with a reliable baby
sitter while you go out-anytime.
KiddieKare, 3-1121. )10B
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
209 S. State
Phone 8161 )1P
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17 is the last day
that you can buy your 1950 'Ensian
for $5.00. After this date the price will
be $6.00. Buy now and save. Ensians
on sale at Student Publications Build-
ing this week. )8P
NEWS FROM CLUB 211-Club 211's
new policy-there is no expiration
date on meal tickets! Tickets good
any day-need not be used on con-
secutive days. Expires only when
completely__punched. __ 2P
Everyone is cordially invited
to the new location of the
NEARLY NEW SHOP
311 East Huron )8B
The newly elected officers of
Vulcans, senior engineering hon-
orary society, are Stan Wiggin,
'50E, president, Dick Allen, '50E,
secretary-treasurer, and Don Cal-
houn, '50E, engineering council
From All Nations
Daringly Told - Brutally Frank!
A star-studded program
The BEY OLSZYNSKI
VAUGHAN HOUSE TRIO
A singer you'll remember
Better than ever
These are two acts you'll enjoy
8 P.M. - - - Feb. 25 - - - 8 P.M.
60c Admission 60c
Continuous from 1 P.M. I
Doctoral dissertation publication
es have been reduced to $25
ithout copyright protection, by
ution of the Executive Board of
1e Graduate School. Students
ishing copyright protection must
ake their own arrangements for
1is service, effective with the
Bureau of Appointments: All.
Formerly MRS. RENTON's
4633 Washtenaw Road
Next to Drive-In Theater
Open 11 A.M.-3 A.M.
STEAKS CHOPS SEA FOODS
Phone YPSI 12845-W
FOR BEST SEATS . . .
Order tickets NOW
the MICHIGAN UNION OPERA presents
CITY' & 'PAISAN"'
-N. Y. Mirror
-N. Y. Word -Tebeg.
Michigan Theater - March 29, 30, 31
I Send me tickets at 2.40, 1.80, 1.20
for the March 29, 30, 31 performance (circle one) I
I enclose a check, money order for _
I payable to the Michigan Union.
I Please enclose self-addressed stomped envelope. I
Italys Sen.RLational Aew Star
WITH A BRILLIANT CAST
Thrilling Polish Ph anist
FRIDAY, FEB. 17, 8:30
MYRA HESS (ill)