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THE 1 MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1950
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Cap, Gown
OrdersOpen
All seniors, including those in
the law and dentistry schools, who
will receive degrees in June and
expect to attend commencement
were advised yesterday by the Of-
fice of Student Affairs to place
their orders for caps and gowns
within the next two weeks.
Those who do not know whether
they will attend were also asked to
,rder so that , a sufficient supply
of caps and gowns will be avail-
able. Orders may be cancelled
without charge.
Orders should be placed at 711
N. University or by calling 6915.
No deposit or payment is required'
until the gown is picked up. .

FROM SHIPS TO ROCKETS:
Varied Engineering Research
Puts 'U' Institute Near Top

By DICK EHRENBERG
Research ranging from harbors
and ships to rockets and the upper
atmosphere makes the University's
Engineering Research Institute
one of the five largest college re-
search organizations in the nation,
according to W. E. Quinsey, as-
sistant to the director of the In-
stitute.
FOUNDED IN 1920 to aid small
business and industry in research
problems, the Institute does its re-
search on a contract basis and is

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a self-supporting organization ad-
ministratively.
One of the earliest develop-
ments of the ERI was the single-
phase motor. This motor, which
was the first to operate on
house current, can now be found
in the millions of sewing ma-
chines, vacuum sweepers, and
washing machines.
"In 1929, Prof. Wolfe of the
physics department discovered a
method for analysing steel spec-
troscopically thus cutting down
the time required for the analysis
from an hour to five minutes,
Quincy said.
AMONG THE current projects
of the Institute is a U.S. Army
Signal Corps sponsored project at
White Sands, New Mexico. A study
of the upper-atmosphere is being
made there in conjunction with
the firing of the V-2 rockets.
"At Willow Run, the civil en-
gineering department is under-
taking a harbor relocation pro-
ject in co-operation with the
Michigan S t a t e Waterways
Commission."
"Atomic Research with the Uni-
versity's synchrotron at Randall
Laboratory is being done by the
physics department sponsored by
the Navy Department's Bureau of
Ordnance."

Police Order
Big Clean-up
Of Black Feet
Four members of a campus fra-
ternity were told to do a cleanup
job on their large black feet yes-
terday morning by the Ann Arbor
police.
The group of Alpha Tau Omega
men were busily painting monster
tracks along S. University Ave.
sidewalks to publicize an upcom-
ing dance, when they were spot-
ted about 3 a.m. by a cruising
scout car.
UNDER QUESTIONING by the
police, the young men with the
brushes and cans of black paint
admitted that they had already
left examples of their art work on
the door steps of most campus
sororities and women's dorms and
were merely expending their sur-
plus paint before trotting home
to bed.
"It's only water paint," ex-
plained one of the group. "The
first rain will wash it all'away."
The police admitted that they
had no particular interest in pri-
vate door steps but they thought
that black feet were hardly ap-
propriate decoration for John Q.
Public's sidewalks.
The group was sent off for
brooms and buckets and by 5 a.m.
the sidewalks had been restored to
their normal condition.

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BUSINESS
SERVICES

A LIVE GIFT for Mother's Day. Cana-
ries, Parakeets, Lovebirds and Finches.
Mrs. Ruffins, 562 S. Seventh. )2B
ACCURATE TYPING. Reasonable rates.
-Phone 2-9437. __________
SPRING ITEMS NOW IN-Nearly New
Clothing Shop, 311 E. Huron. Ph.
3-0166: Open 12-5:30, Sat. 10-5. )8B
SHIRTS - Nine hour service (by re-
quest), three day service (regular ser-
vice). Ace Laundry, 1116 S. Univer-
sity. )7B,
VIOLA STEIN--EXPERIENCED TYPIST
-Master's and Doctor's manuscripts
and legal work. Phone 2-9848 after
noon. )30B
TYPEWRITERS AND FOUNTAIN PENS
Sales and Service
MORRILL'S-314 S. State St. )11B
HILDEGARDE SHOPPR
109 E. Washington
Expert Alterations
Custom Clothes
by Established Tradition )3B
WASHING, ironing done in my own
home. Also rough dry and wet wash-
ing. Free pick up and delivery. Ph.
2-9020. ) iB
tIAVE YOUR typewriter repaired by the
Office Equipment Service Company.
215 E. Liberty. )4
DOES JUNIOR keep you from going
out? Try a reliable Baby Sitter. Kid-
die Kare, 3-1121. ) 10B
WANTED TO TRADE
IF OUR TASTES AGREE, let's swap
classical record albums. 2-7981. )17T
TRAVEL and STUDY
STUDY IN EUROPE THIS SUMMER.
Call Dick Arnesen, 2-8265, after 5 p.-
m., for info on low-cost study plans.
23T

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be seat in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1950
VOL. LX, No. 145

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Notices

The May Festival Ticket Office
will be transferred from Burton
Memorial Tower to Hill Auditor-
ium box office, Thursday morning,
through the Festival.
A limited number of tickets are
available for several of the indi-
vidual concerts.
Senior Caps and Gowns: All
those who expect to receive de-
grees in June, including seniors in
the graduate schools of medicine,
law, and dentistry, are urged to
order their caps and gowns
promptly. Orders will be taken at
Moe's Sport Shop, in person or
by phone, 6915. If there is any
chance at all that a gown will be
needed, an order should be placed.
No money is required on place-
ment of order, and there is no ob-
ligation to take the gown if plans
are changed.
Women students have 1:30 a.m.
late permission on Fri., May 5.
Employment Interviews:
A representative of the Wm.
Wrigley, Jr., Company of Chicago,
Illinois will be at the Bureau of
Appointments on Tues., May 9 and
Wed., May 10 to interview men
from the Sophomore class for

summer positions in Detroit. The
men must have an interest in
sales and marketing and live in
the Detroit area.
A representative of the New
York Life Insurance Company will
interview men interested in the
field of life insurance sales at the
Bureau of Appointments on Tues.,
May 9. They are interested in se-
curing men for all of their branch
offices in the state. Salary plus
commission.
A representative of the Equit-
able Life Insurance Company of
Iowa will be at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments. Mon., May 8 and Tues.,
May 9 to interview men interested
in insurance sales. Positions are
available in Detroit and other key
agencies of the company. Success-
ful candidates will be paid a sal-
ary commensurate with their needs
during their first year of service.
For further information call at
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Bldg.

FOR SALE
ONE BOY'S and one girl's bike-$11.00
each. 1309 Geddes. Ph. 3-1491. )124
MANY hard to get popular records
(78's), 35 to 45 cents each. Also near-
ly new 45 R.P.M. RCA automatic
player. Ernest McLain, 602 Soule
_ Blvd. Ph. _8283 __ 125
1937 BUICK SEDAN-Fair shape. Will
_sell cheap. Call 3-4402 after 7. ) 123
1941 RED CHRYS. CONVERT. - R&H,
spotlite, auto. transmission, good
tires andc body $375. N. Tashjian, Law
Club. Call between 3:30 & 5:30. )122
1947 WHIZZER MOTORBIKE - Lights,
horn, basket, front and back wheel
brakes. Little millage. Call 2-0374. )121
LADIES 3 speed Rudge British bicycle.
Phone 2-1792. )119
GOLF CLUBS-8 McGregor Byron Nel-
son irons, 3 Wilson Sarazen woods, 1
putter, 1 McGregor bag, 70 practice
balls, bag and irons practically new,
all for $100. Call D. Piggott, 305 Al-
len Rumsey, Ph. 2-24401. )117
MO RCYCLE SALES-10 days only-
Many to choose from. India M/C
Sales, 207 W. Liberty. Ph. 2-1748.
Open evenings._ )7
Cousins on State Street
BLUE JEANS
featuring light, heavy, and extra
heavyweight denim.
2.95 and 3.95 )3
LAST
DAY
At the Union Desk a Stanhope Pipe
value at $3.50 plus half pound of
Briggs Tobacco worth 75c.
Only $1.50 Only
FREE
Your initials, name, or Greek Fra-
ternitynletters will berengraved on
your pipe. . )118
EVERGREENS-Home grown $1 to $5.
Micheal Lee, 2245 Chem. Bldg. Mon-
days, Tuesdays or Univ. Ext. 2412
mornings. Junipers, Spruce, Pines,
Arbor Vitae.
EVERGREENS-Small ones to raise.
Scotch Pine, 3-5 inches, 20 for $1.00
Norway Pine, 12-18 inches, 4 for $1.00.
Jack Pine 12-15 inches, 5 for $1.00.
Norway Spruce, 6-9 inches, 10 for $1.00.
Arbor Vitae 12-15 inches, 5 for $1.00.
CallMichael Lee, Tel. as above. )116
R.C.A. VICTOR - Table model, radio-
phonograph combination with auto-
matic changer. Excellent condition,
$35.00. Bob Carr, 413 Chicago House
W.Q., 2-4401. )114
DIAMOND engagement and wedding
rings. Large discount. Jay Angle,
wholesale representative. Ph. 2-4481.
ATTENTION: Navy R.O.T.C.-U.S. Navy
type oxfords $6.88; U.S. Navy "T"
shirts 45c; Navy Black hose 30c pr.;
White shorts 59c. Open 'til 6 p.m.
Sams Store, 122 E. Washington. )5
WOMAN'S riding boots size 8 . Ex-
cellent condition. Phone 8539 after
5:00. )80
1950 ENGLISH motorcycles $280 up.
India M/C Sales, 207 W. Liberty.
Phone 2-1748. Open evenings. )83
3 SPEED ENGLISH LIGHTWEIGHTS.
$47.50. PARTS AND ACCESSORIES.
Student Bicycle Agency, 629 E. Univ.
77
EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES
MEDICAL PERSONNEL
for medical and dental field.
408 Park Ave. Bldg. WO 3-5789
DETROIT. MICHIGAN )1E

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Lectures

The Henry Russel Lecture.
"Constantine the Great and the
Decline of the Roman Empire."
Dr. Arthur E. R. Boak, Richard
Hudson, Professor of Ancient His-
tory, Henry Russel Lecturer for
1949-50. The Henry Russel Award
will be announced at this time.
4:15 p.m., Thurs., May 4, Rackham
Amphitheater.
Correction: University Lecture
in Journalism. William G. Avirett,
vice-president, Colgate University;
auspices the Department of Jour-
nalism, 3 p.m., Fri., May 5, Room
B, Haven Hall.

Academic Notices
Bacteriology Seminar: 9 a.m.,
Thurs., May 9, 1520 E. Medical
Building. Speaker: Mr. Robert
Lindberg. Subject: Studies on the
Antigenic Structure of Histoplas-
ma Capsulatum.
Political Science 366 will meet
Fri., May 5, 3 p.m., 406 Library.
Organic Seminar: 7:30 p.m.,
Thurs., May 4, Rm. 1300 Chemis-
try. Seaker: Dr. Peter A. S.
Smith. Topic: "Some Displacement
Reactions on Nitrogen"
All students in the College of
Literature, Science, and the Arts
who plan to take work at some
other college or university during
the summer session of 1950 must
have their courses approved in
advance. These students should
call at 1524 Administration Build-
ing before June 1, to obtain the
necessary blanks.
Preliminary Examinations in
Linguistics (Angell Hall 5208):
(1) General Linguistics, Sat.,
May 13, 9-12;
(2) English, Romance, etc., Sat.,
May 20, 9-12;
(3) Comparative Grammar of
Indo-European, Sat., May 27, 9-12.
Candidates should notify Pro-
fessor Kurath well in advance.
Doctoral Examination for Hen-
ry Samuels, Psychology; thesis:
"An Analysis of Some Factors Af-
fecting Ratings of Personality
Traits Based on Projective Tech-
niques," Thurs., May 4, East Coun-
cil Room, Rackham Bldg., 9 a.m.
Chairman, E. L. Kelly.
Doctoral Examination for Ken-
neth Wade Prescott, Zoology; the-
sis: "A Life History Study of the
Scarlet Tanager (Piranga oliva-
cea)," Thurs., May 4, 3013 Mu-
seum, 1:30 p.m. Chairman, J. Van-
Tyne.
Doctoral Examination for Tracy
V. Buckwalter, Geology; thesis:
"Geology of the Southern Part of
the Never Summer Mountains,
Colorado," Fri., May 5, 4056 Nat-
ural Science Bldg., 4 p.m. Chair-
man, E. W. Heinrich.
Senior Honors Program in Eng-
glish (English 197-198) for 1950-
1951 is open to well-qualified stu-
dents in the College of LS & A
who have junior standing at the
present time. The course is con-
ducted by senior members of the
Department of English and em-
phasizes the intensive study of
English masterpieces, from More's
Utopia to modern poetry and
drama. Students who apply for
admission must have demonstra-
ted superior aptitude for the study
of literature and must possess a
strong desire to do a large amount
of independent work. The course
is conducted as a seminar, and
each student is assigned to a Tu-
tor. Applications may be given to
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any member of the Honors Com-
mittee (Professors Ogden, Mues-
chke, and Litzenberg, Chairman)
on or before May 8, and should
consist of a letter from the appli-
cant accompanied by a Registrar's
blue-print. All candidates will be
given personal interviews by the
Committee.
Registration for Directed Teach-
ing in Elementary Education in
the Summer Session of 1950
should be filed immediately in
2509 University Elementary
School.
Concerts
MAY FESTIVAL. Concerts will
take place as follows:
Thursday, May 4, 8:30 - Ljuba
Welitch, soprano; Eugene Orman-
dy, conductor.
Overture from "La Sultane,"
Couperin-Milhaud; Letter scene
(Eugene Onegin), Tschaikowsky;
Symphony No. 7, Sibelius; Closing
Scene (Salome), Strauss; "Death
and Transfiguration," Strauss.
Friday, May 5, 8:30-University
Choral Union; Norma Heyde, so-
prano; Blanche Thebom, contral-
to; Harold Haugh, tenor; Mack
Harrell, baritone; William Prim-
rose, violist; Alexander Hilsberg,
violinist; William Kincaid, flutist;
and James Wolfe, pianist; Thor
Johnson, Conductor.
"Brandenburg" Concerto No. 5,
Bach; "Don Quichotte a Dulcinee,"
Ravel; Concerto for Viola & Or-
chestra, Bartok; "Magnificat" in
D major, Bach.
Saturday, May 6, 2:30 - Jan
Peerce, tenor; Alexander Hilsberg,
conductor. Festival Youth Chorus,
Marguerite Hood, conductor.
Overture, "Benvenuto Cellini,"
Berlioz; Walrus and the Carpenter,
Fletcher; "No, o Dio" (Calphur-
nia), Handel; Love Has Eyes,
Bishop; "Enjoy the Sweet Elysian
Grove," from "Alceste," Handel;
Tomb Scene (Lucia), Donizetti;
"O Paradiso".(L'Africana), Meyer-
beer; Symphony No. 2, Schubert.
Saturday, May 6, 8:30 - Wil-
liam Kapell, pianist; Eugene Or-
mandy, conductor.
(Continued on Page 4)

GOLF CLUBS-Ralph Guldahl, matched
set, never used $29.95. Chas. White,
0-21 Law Club, 3-4145. )104
NEW SPECIAL OFFER-78- weeks of
TIME for only $6.87. New subscrip-
tions only. Phone Student Periodical
SAgency, 2-8242. )2
LIGHTWEIGHT BICYCLE, call Bruce
Gibson. 2-6422.
129
CUSHMAN SCOOTER 1950. Auto trans-
mission. Used three weeks. Wind-
shield, speedometer. Priced to suit.
Call 3-4592. )126
Motorcycle Sales
10 days only-many to choose from.
India M/C Sales, 207 W. Liberty. Ph.
2-1748. Open evenings. )9
ACCORDIAN: German "Hohner" near-
ly new, 80 base. Phone: 2-4591, 239
Hinsdale. )127
TUX, Size 39, and all accessories. Size
15-33. Shirt. 924 E. Ann. Ph. 8177. Ask
for Norm, after 7 p.m. )128
LARGE SELECTION of classical phono-
graph records - collector's itmes -
at very low prices. Ken Greider at
9400. ) 130

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No Main-Opp. Court House
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TODAY & FRIDAY
Mat. 30c Nights & Sun. 40c

Jo" Leon Elyse
KRKWOOD. ERROL' KOX'
Added "The Lyin' Lion" Cartoon

Friday U CIM All Seats
Saturday 50c
Sunday Ph. 5651_ Sac

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TO DAY'S
SPECIAL
Special
from 5 to 7 P.M.
HOMEMADE
BAKED BEANS
with Salt Pork
Tossed Salad
Bran Muffin
and Butter
45c Special
MEAL TICKETS
on Sale
$5.00 value for $4.50
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The Ann Arbor Drama Season
May 15 - June 17
BOX OFFICE SALE OF SEASON TICKETS
BEGINS FRIDAY, MAY 5.
THE TEMPEST BORN YESTER

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