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THE MTCI;IGAN DUAILY(

SAT'URDlAY, kMAY 1,1950

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Rule Brings
Need for G-I
Certificate
Due to a changed interpretation
of Veteran's Administration rules,
GI-Bill veterans who have re-
ceived a degree, but wish to con-
tinue in school, must obtain a sup-
plementary certificate of eligibility
before doing so.
The .announcement was made
yesterday by R. A. Correll, direc-
tor of the University Veteran's
Service Bureau.
*' * *
HE EXPLAINED that previously
it had been permissable for vet-
eran students to continue their
education after receiving a degree
without getting the certificate,
just so their "vocational object-
ive" remained the same.
For example, he said, a stu-
dent in Business Administration
could get his bachelor's, and
then continue in school to re-
ceive his masters, without get-
ting a certificate.
But now, according to the new
interpretation, before continuing
on for his master's, the student
must first get the certificate.
Correll declared that any veter-
an affected by this new interpre-
tation, should go to the Veteran's
Service Bureau, 555 Administra-
ton Building, as soon as possible
and fill out tie necessary appli-
cations for a certificate of eligibil-
ity.
The director emphasized that
his new interpretation is not re-
troactive, but goes into effect
starting with the summer session.
Liars Compete
The Michigan Foresters Club
ill invade East Lansing tonight
with their star liar, Joe Paul, '50,
o recover the Paul Bunyan Blue
)x, "Babe," which thdy have lost
o Michigan State for the past
wo years.
The lying contest this year con-
,nties a traditional series which is
held in alternate years at the
University and at Michigan State.
M1sic Festival
Over 5,000 high school students
vill stream into Ann Arbor today<
'or the Choir and Glee Club Fes-1
oval, sponsored by the Michigan
School Vocal Association and the
school of Music.

Truman Takes Cake

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New System
Cuts Waiting
At Library

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BIRTHDAY GREETINGS: President Truman receives a cake for
his 66th birthday Monday. On a cross-country "whistle-stop"
tour, the chief executive has been greeted by congratulating
townspeople at every depot,
DUAL PRESENTATION:
Student Musical GrCorus
ToBe Heard in Concerts

Two concerts by student groups'
tomorrow, one in the afternoon
and one in the evening will pro-
vide a wide variety of musical ex-
perience to the campus.
At 3:30 p.m. in the League, the
Collegium Musicum, under the di-
rection of Prof. Louise Cuyler,
School of Music, will present a
program of instrumental and vo-
cal works dating from the medie-
val, renaissance and baroque per-
iods.
AT 8:30 p.m. in Hill Auditorium,
}the Arts Chorale, conducted by
Prof. Maynard Klein, School of
Music, will present choral works
ranging from the 16th century
through the 20th.
The Collegium Musicum was
begun on campus in 1947 after
the organization had already
achieved fame and popularity
at Harvard, Princeton and Yale.
Part of the Musicology doctorial
program, it was formed to provide
an historical reference through
the performance of music that
is seldom heard.
*T * *
ONE OF THE WORKS sched-

uled for the Sunday afternoon con-
cert, "Agnus Dei III," from the

mass "Dittez Moy,"
cial record of ever
performed before. A
madrigal by Mouton,
cribed by graduate
drew Minor.

has no offi-
having been
16th century
it was trans-
student An-

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AILY OFFICIAL BULTIN
Publicati* 1h + 4%. Riy- Official str ction), - Associate Civil : Engi-
illetin is constructive notice to all <n
embers of the University. Notices neer (Construction), Senior As-
the Bulletin should be sent in sistant Civil Engineer (Sanitary
ppewritten form to the Office of the
sistant to the President, Room 255 Design), Associate Civil Engineer
Iministration Building, by 3:00 p.m. (Sanitary Design), Senior ASsoci-
he daSatureceding publication ate Civil Engineer (Sanitary De-
sign), Senior Assistant Civil En-
SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1950 gineer (Surveys), Senior Assistant
VOL. LX, No. 153 Mechanical Engineer (Mechanical
Equipment Design), Associate Me-
Notices chanical Engineer (Mechanical
Equipment Design), Senior As-
Choral Union Members who par- sociate Mechanical Engineer (Me-
ipated in the May Festival, and, chanical Equipment Design).
o desire to continue their mem- The Municipal Civil Service
ply durg orientation week exteCommission of New York City an-
ply n ietatiem e k snounces the following examina-
Sand fill out membership cards, tions: Radio Announcer, Chemist,
the offices of the University Assistant Chemist, Assistant Elec-
sical Society in Burton Memor- trical Engineer, Assistant Civil
Tower.
N'axrnan~ila'acma mae n-Engineer, Mechanical EngineerI

Arrangements of a group of
Burgundian and Flemish works
of the 15th century will also
receive their first performance.
The preparation of the pro-
gram, transcribing and arranging
the notations of early music to
fit contemporary form, is left en-
tirely to graduate students.
* * *
ARTS CHORALE, on the other
hand, is composed of 130 students
from ten colleges on campus with
only a small number coming from
the School of Music.
The group, composed of stu-
dents with some previous choral
background, is a non-credit ac-
tivity, primarily formed for the
purpose of singing and enjoying
great choral music.
It is through such a group, ac-!
cording to Prof. Klein that the
great amount of vocal talent out-
side of the Music School can be
somewhat satisfied.
THE SELECTION of music for
Arts Chorale is based on the same
pattern used by the University
Choir and the Michigan Singers.
The complete scope of choral
literature from the 16th century
to the present is considered, and
representative works are chosen
for performance.
Among the numbers on Sunday
evening's program are Latin mo-
tets by Di Lasso and Morley, sec-
ular works of the 16th century,
folk songs, and negro spirituals.
The final number is "Serenade
to Music" by Ralph Vaughan Wil-
liams, one of the leading contem-
porary English composers.

Students don't wait unnoticed
for more than fifteen minutes at
the library circulation desk, ac-
cording to Fred Dimock, Chief Cir-
nulation Librarian.
Using a time-stamping device
librarians keep tabs on every book
slip that goes down to the stacks,
and also keep a sharp lookout for
students who have waited too long.
* * *
STAMPING time-sent-down on
a book slip guards the library
against the irate student who
claims he's stood in front of the
circulation desk for the last hour
waiting for his book.
The best way to disillusion
him is to show that it was only
ten minutes earlier that his book
request went down, Dimock com-
mented.
When librarians notice a stu-
dent who has been expecting a
book for more than fifteen min-
utes, wheels start grinding to find
out where the delay is. A messen-
ger is dispatched to the stacks
to trace the missing volume
SOMETIMES a stack assistant
*will confidently declare that ,that
particular book was put on the
carrier some time ago. This means
that the book dropped out on it
way to the circulation desk, and
a diligent search of the bottom of
the carrier shaft will recover it.
Often the twenty-two basket
carrier will prove inadequate; If
one stack station is very busy,
each basket might have "con-
tained a book. Since the con-
struction of the carrier makes it
impossible to put more thanrone
book in each container, the
stack assistant may not have
seen a free basket come by her
station.
This overcrowding on the car-
rier is the most frequent reason
for a long wait, according to Di-
mock.
Honor Foresters
Dean S. T. Dana and Prof. Shir-
ley W. Allen of the School of For-
estry and Conservation have been
honored by foreign scientific so-
cieties recently.
Dean Dana has been elected an
honorary member of the Ecuador-
ian Institute of Natural Sciences,
Quito, Ecuador, while Prof. Allen
has been elected a correspondent
of the French Academy of Agri-
culture, Paris.
--
-TODAY
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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
rYPEWRITERG AND FOUNTAIN PENS
Sales and Service
MORRILL'S-314 S. State St. )11B
HIILD3EGARDE $HOPPE
109 E. Washington
Expert Alterations
Custom Clothea
by Established Tradition )3B
Read Daily Classifieds
Fifield To Take
Round World Trip
Prof. Russell Fifield of the poli-
tical science department wil leave
for an around the world flight at
the end of this month.
He will spend three months in
the Philippines to study present
conditions there. He will also make
stops at Japan, Korea, New Delhi
and Singapore.
He noted that he is particularly
interested in the Philippines, as
conditions there are becoming "in-
creasingly serious."
Prof. Fifield will return to the
United States in the fall.

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BUSINESS
SERVICES

MICHIGAN DAILY
Phone 23-24-1
HOURS: 1 to 5 P.M.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .54 1.21 1.76
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4 .81 2.02 3.53
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline daily except
Saturday Is 3 P.M. Saturdays,
11:30 A.M. for Sunday Issue.

BUSINESS SERVICES
WASHING, ironing done in my own
home. Also rough dry and wet wash-
ing. Free pick up and delivery. Ph.
2-9020. )1B
EiAVE 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
EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES_
MEDICAL PERSONNEL
for medical and dental field,
408 Park Ave. Bldg. WO 3-5789
DETROIT, MICHIGAN _)1E
FOR SALE
ADMIRAL RADIO-PHONOGRAPH 33-78
RPM for sale cheap. Call Kris 2-9750
)149
ALL COLOR PARAKEETS, Canaries,
Finches, Cocketiels. Bird supplies and
cages. 562 S. 7th. Ph._5330._ )2B
TWO WHEEL TRAILER with car hitch
and tarpaulin._Phone 3-1957. )90
MOTORCYCLE - 1947 Indian 74 c.c.
Black, white buddy seat, saddle bags,
windshield, 5000 miles. Ph. 2-8783. )85
WEBSTER-CHICAGO 2-speed automa-
tic record player. Phone 3-1287 after
6 p.m. )89
LIVER COLORED PUPPY -2 months
old. Call 7039, 406 Packard between
_5:30 & 11. __________)87
IN A-i SHAPE-Inside, outside and
under hood-A door 1930 Ford. Phone
2-7476._Ask for Jack. )88
LIKE NEW - Ladies lightweight, $30.
Student Bicycle Agency, 629 E. Univ.
1949 ENGLISH FORD FORDOR - A-1
condition new last August, low mile-
age. Priced for quick sale. See any
evening at 615*2 W. Huron or Satur-
day andSunday. Phone 2-8770. )148
GOLFERS-Lower your score with this
fine set of matched irons. Excellent
condition. Priced right. Ph. 2-0805
after_5 i.m. Ask for BillParshall._)147
EVERGREENS-Home grown ic to 5c.
Micheal Lee, 2245 Chem. Bldg. Mon-
days, Tuesdays or Univ. Ext. 2412
mornings. Junipers, spruce pines,
arbor vitae._)146
ARMY TYPE FOOTLOCKERS - $7.99,
$9.99, $10.99. Navy "T" shirts, 45c; Navy
$type loxfords, a$6.88; Levis it$3.45. Open
'til 6 p.m. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington. )5
MOTORCYCLES
New and used Harley, Indian, B.S.A.
and Norton. 207 W. Liberty. Ph. 2-1748.
Open evenings until 9. )7
Cousins on State Street
LIGHTWEIGHT POPLIN SPORT
JACKETS. ZIPPERED FRONTS. $7.95
WOMAN'S riding boots size 8,2. Ex-
cellent condition. Phone 8539 after
5:00. ) 80
CUSHMAN SCOOTER 1950. Auto trans-
mission. Used three weeks. Wind-
shield, speedometer. Priced to suit.
Call 3-4592. )126

FOR SALE
1947 WHI ER MOTORBIKE - Lights,
horn, basket, front and back wheel
brakes. Little mileage. Call 2-0374.
)121
DIAMO I? 'engagement and- wedding
rings. Large discount. Jay Angle,.
wholesale representative. Ph. 2-4481.
)9
3 SPEED English Lightweights $47.50.
Student Bicycle Agency, 629 E. Univ.
77
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM-:;BOARD or both for summer
session; conveniently located three
blocks fiom campus. For full infor-
mation call 2-5644, ask for Jack Wirth.
)4X
PERSONAL
ATTENTION 1950 Graduates. We need
FURNITURE SALESMEN! We need two
bright, energetic young men who have
studied retailing and can furnish ref-
erences as to character and student
efficiency. Wonderful opportunity with
steady position, liberal remuneration,
and good working conditions. Contact
Mr. Rudner, 117 W. Kearsley St., Flint,
or Phone 8-9646 in Flint. )76P
STUDENT RATES on TIME and LIFE
still available. Only $4.75 a yr. Through
Student Periodical Agency. Phone
2-82-42.
NOW IS THE TIME!
Get your room for this summer or
next fall now!! You will get very
satisfactory results from a cheap,
efficient DAILY CLASSIFIED AD.
2-3241. )2P
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studia
209 S. State
Phone 8161 )1P
SENIORS-Your last chance to take
advantage of the Student rates on
TIME and LIFE. Only $4.75 a yr.
Phone Student Periodical Agency,
2-82-42.
WANTED TO TRADE
IF OUR TASTES AGREE, let's swan
classical record albums. 2-7981. )17'1
"O a
. LOST & FOUND
LOST-Light gray topcoat about Mayl1
on campus. Phone Livonia 2320, De-
troit, reverse charges. )93L
LOST-Gold cufflink, dark red carved
setting Tuesday, Health Service or
campus area. Reward. Ph. 9815. )94L
LOST-Br celet, large green stones with
pearls. Between U. Hosp. & Hill Aud.
Finder please return to Rm. 20, Mich-
igan League. )92L
LOST--Blackand pink rim glasses. Ap-
ri 25th; campus. Ph. 3-1561-4506
Palmer Hse. )85L
LOST-Racine wristwatch with metal
band. Call 250611. )64L

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NURSERY SCHOOL TEACHER for fall
term in licensed cooperative school.
Call Ypsi 2241-J1. )22H
PART TIME STUDENT for lettering
and lay-out work. Call 2-1503 be-
tween 9 & 5. )21H
BOOKKEEPER WANTED - Permanent
position for bookkeeper to handle full
set of books, good salary, interesting
work. Interviews on 2nd floor Fol--
lett's Bookstore, 322 S. State. )18H
DO YOU need any help? If so, you will
get good results from a DAILY HELP
WANTED ad. Try it and see. )7P
WANTED TO RENT
3 GIRLS DESIRE permanent furnished
apt. near campus, starting in June.
Ph._5480 after 5. )28N
THREE ROOM APARTMENT for stu-
dent couple starting next semester.
Preferably near campus. Phone 3003,
New Dorm. )27N
THREE NURSES wish to rent or sublet
furnished apartment for summer.
Nona Vrieling, Ph. 8-239 from 5 to 6
p.m. )26N
FURNISHED APARTMENT for summer
session (mid-June to mid-August) by
responsible graduate couple. Prox-
imity to campus and presence of a
piano desirable. Write Box 219, Mich-
_iganDaily. )25N
WANTED TO RENT-Furnished' kit-
chenette apartment for the Summer
Sesg on. Graduate student and wife.
R. C. Davis, University of Akron,
Mathematics Department, Akron, O.
)15N
WANTED-TO-SUB-LET: Wife and hus-
band, both teachers, desire to sub-
let apartment for summer school
session. Write Mrs. June D. Kelly,
'Box 181, Galien, Mich. )11N

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CLOET
ROOMS
* s~t FOR RENT

HELP
WANTED

FOR SUMMER AND FALL--Near cam-
pus automatic hot water, 437 Hamil-
ton Place. Phone 5068.
ROOMS FOR BOYS-Private entrances
and private baths. 603 Lawrence.
)71R
MEN-Inexpensive, comfortable rooms
near campus for summer. Call 2-2202.
) 72?
MEN'S ROOMS, summer and fall, sin
gles and doubles. 1346 Geddes, 2-7044.
)70R
FOR RENT
FURNISHED APT. with utilities. Suit-
able for 4 men. 2171, Washington.
_Ph. 2-7318. )24F
FOR SUMMER SESSION-One double,
three singles. Automatichot water,
use of refrigerator and electric stove.
On E. Jefferson across from W. Quad.
Ph. 5532 after 7:00 p.m. ) 21F

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present
Eugene O'Neill's
LONG VOYAGE HOME
Fri. and Sat.

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Lost
Times
Today -
ERROL ALEXIS
FLYNN SMITH
"MONTANA"
and
DESI ARNEZ in
"HOLIDAY IN HAVANA"

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Sun.
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TODAY
and Sunday

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pointments for try-outs during
the same period.
Civil Service Examinations:
The City of Detroit Civil Serv-
ice Commission announces the
following examinations: Assistant
Civil Engineer, Assistant Archi-
tectural Engineer, Senior Associ-
ate Architectural Engineer, Sen-
ior Assistant Civil Engineer (Con-

and Assistant Mechanical Engi-
neer.
For further information call at
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Building.
University Community Center,
Willow Village
Sun., May 14, Village Church
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The University of Michigan's
GILBERT & SULLIVAN SOCIETY
Their stage production of
"IGLANTHE"
Sat., May 13, 8:00 P.M.; Sun., May 14, 3:00 P.M.

NO MAIN - OPP COURT HOUSE
MAT. 30c NIGHTS & SUN. 40c
STARTS TODAY
TIHRU TUESDAY
The Foreign
Legion E n
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Advance Sale: Wednesday thru Saturday
League: 1-6 P.M.

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SM-G-M re-introduces
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starring LUISE FERNAND
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When a pretty girl
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Pattengill Auditorium

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Tickets at Administration Bldg., 9-12 A.M.
We carry a full line of
KOSHER DELICATESSEN

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ENDING TODAY
Shows at 1, 3, 5, 7, and'9 P.M.
44c until 5 P.M.

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