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April 25, 1950 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN IATLY

r A CLASS BY HERSELF:
Pharmacy Alumna Still Ac
__________* *

By NANCY BYLAN
The University's oldest active
lumna is SO active that the
lumnae Office can hardly keep
p with her.
She' is spry, 80-year-old Julia
sther Emanuel, '89P, who paid
er most recent visit to campus
aturday, when she attended a
eeting of the Alumnae Council.
MISS EMANUEL is as busy as
whole alumnae club, Alice Rus-
11, Executive Secretary of the
ouncil, declared. She has to keep
separate file just for Miss Eman-
el's activities.
Miss Emanuel was the only wo-
nan in a class of 41, the largest
pharmacy class ever to graduate,
before or since.
A pharmacy degree in those
ays required only a two year
nurse, but "we had to work like
he devil," Miss Emanuel recalled.
HER MOST VIVID memory
rneerns the late Dr. Victor C.
aughn, who taught a two-hour
:urse in materia medica. Dr.
aughn frequently failed to ap-
ear at class because he was so
ften called for consultation.
One student - whom Miss
Emanuel termed "an eager bea-
ver" - began to complain that
he was being cheated of his pro-
per due.
"When word of this reached Dr.
aughn, he came before us and
aid, 'So you think you're not get-
ng enough materia medica, eh?
hen from now on I'll meet you
ere FIVE days a week.' He was so
ut out he wouldn't even sign our

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Remer To Be
Tive at 80 Guest Expert
* At Model UN
Prof. Charles Remer of the eco-
nomics department will be the
guest expert on Chinese affairs
at the United Nations Model As-
sembly at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Rm.
130 of the business administration
building.
After Prof. Remer's statement
of the issues for and against the
recognition of Communist China
by the United Nations, six for-
eign students will briefly outline
the official stand taken by the
* governments of their native coun-
tries, which include, France, Uni-
ted Kingdom, India, Russia, Com-
munist and Nationalist China.
Prof. W. Clark Trow of educa-
tion school will serve as Secretary
General of the model United Na-
" , tions Assembly, which is being
sponsored by UNESCO.
-Daily-Barney Laschever
iss Julia Emanuel '89P of Fort $5,000 A YEAR
nt door of the League, where she
t visits to her alma mater. BEGINNING PAY
For Aviation Executives
in a while for the new owners of A.t
her store, but most of all "I just An iterviewing team will
like to have fun with my friends." be here to give you details
issEto nuhavefunswintnmy about a career as an Officer
Miss Emanuel has lost none of in the U. S. Air Force!
her enthusiasm for the University.
"There's so much to appreciate Date: April 26, 27, 28
here," she declared, "that every Time: 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M.
time I come back I get pepped up Place: North Hall
all over again."

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Booth Winners Study Changes N
Get Trophies University students under the
________GI Bill, who are planning a change
Tropy -winnng ichirasin course-of-study should first
T r o p h y - winning Michigras consult with the VeteransAdnin-
booths were announced yesterday istration for a supplementary eli-
by booth co-chairmen Hal Sper- gibility certificate, according to
lich, '51E, and Marg Kennedy, '51. Richard A. Correll of the Veterans
The Beta Theta Pi "Beta Bur- Service Bureau.1
lesque" took in a total of 19,000 The course of study rule refers
five cent concession tickets to cop only to veterans planning a
the trophy for highest receipts, change in vocational objectives,
Mosher Hall's ice cream bar sold such as shifting from engineering
to more than 5000 customers dur-
ing the two-day carnival to win
the award for drawing the largest
crowd.
The trophy for over-all excel-
lence was previously given to Wil-
liams House for its human pin-ball'
machine. !TAN
Vote Wednesday The R0YA LI
TYPEWRITERS, with
I SHIFT
RENTED FREEDOM!
SOLD
BOUGHT
REPAIRED
G.I. Requisitions easy
Accepted on Supplies Only forms
MORRILLIS
314 S. State St. Ph. 7177S
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eed VA Approval

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to dentistry. It does not include
adding or dropping any single
courses.
Veterans affected were warned
by Correll that unless the VA is-
sues the supplementary eligibility
certificate, previous to the start of
a semester, all GI benefits, includ-
ing tuition and subsistance may be
withheld for a month while rec-
ords are processed.

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IDARD PORTABLE
COMPANION1
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PLUS TAX
COMPLETE WITH
CARRYING CASE
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Phone 8950''

il

OLDEST ACTIVE ALUMNA-M
Wayne, Ind., peeks out of the fron
stayed during one of her frequen
President James Burrill Angell
in University Hall. After work-
ing 10 years in a Fort Wayne
pharmacy, she opened her own
drug store "with a life insur-
ance policy, $400 and a delivery
boy."
It wasn't until 1942 that she de-
cided to retire. She still works once

DANCING LESSONS were Miss
Emanuel's chief diversion. Other-
wise she was kept very busy by
her studies, particularly her grad-
uating thesis on the mustard seed,
which the dean of the pharmacy
school himself assigned to her.
Miss Emanuel was 19 when
she received her diploma from
Vote Wednesday

Wayne President
To Speak Here
Wayne University's president
David D. Henry, who recently at-
tracted nation-wide publicity by
barring Communist Herbert Phil-
lips from speaking on the Wayne
campus, will address the Confer-
ence on Teacher Education at a
luncheon meeting Thursday at the
Union.
President Henry will speak on
"Some Paradoxes in Public At-
titudes Toward Education."
The talk is open to the public.

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Outings
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by
BAUSCH & LOMB
BOSTON

This is the backyard of a young immi-
grant family recently brought to Israel.
Do you think the most wonderfully
landscaped garden could look as beautiful
to them as this little plot of rough grass-
all their own-under the morning sun that
shines on their own new free land of
Israel?
It took a miracle to put this little backyard
on this spot. A miracle wrought by brave
hearts and strong hands the world around.
It took the courage and the tenacity of the
young men and women of Israel who fought
and died to defend their new State.
It took the self-sacrifice and devotion of all

the people of Israel who have stinted them-
selves to provide for the homeless and op-
pressed pouring through their gates.
It took the generous assistance of the
people of America who rose to the de-
mands of an historic hour.
And though a tremendous job has been
done, the good fight is not yet over.
Remember as you look at these happy
young parents, these appealing little Israelis
with their dishpan tub, that there are fam-
ilies just like them-just as appealing, just as
eager, just as obviously "good stuff" for the
making of a great nation-waiting in tents
and barracks for a home and a chance.

How can we stop before they too shall
have settled in their own backyard? How can
we stop before we have finished the job?
ANN ARBOR
ALLIED JEWISH APPEAL
Make all Checks and contributions
payable to above fund, % B'nai
B'rith Hillel, Foundation 1429 Hill.
Ted Simon, Chairman, Student Div.
Prof. Isadore Lampe
Mrs. Reuben L. Kahn
Co-Chairmen of Faculty Division
U. J. A. supports immigration and settlement in Israel, re,
habilitation and relief in Europe and North Africa and the
adjustment of refugees in the United States.

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