THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1950
MICHIGAN DAILY FOR SALE
HOURS: 1 to 5 P.M.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING PAASCHE air gun compressor. Excellent
condition. Right price. Ph. 2-7862. )152
RATES Cousins on State Street
2 .54 121 1 76 Fiesta Blouses, white eyelet with elas-
3 1.60 265 tiized neckline, $3.95. Matching Skirt,
81 2.02 3.53-
Figure 5 overage words to o line' MOTORCYCLES
Classified deadline daily except New and used Harley, Indian, B.S.A.
Saturday is 3 P.M. Saturdays, and Norton. 207 W. Liberty. Ph. 2-1748.
11:30 A.M. for Sunday Issue Open evenings until 9. )
MUST SELL-1937 Graham 4 Dr., R.H.,
new tires, Continental motor. Perfect
condition. $130. Ph. 2-4401, 11 Mich.
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BEST BUY IN~TOWN First fer of
BUSINESS Ch695 takes my gorgeous '49 ivory
SERVICES T n*te tbe
Chrltevrolet convertible. Every acces-
sory in the o book but fog lights. Per-
fect condition. A real steal at that
': price. Call Rbt. Shulman at "U" ext.
W forn,439 during day, 3-1852evenings. )154
dress. NEARLY NEW CLOTHING 35 CHEVROLET-Best offer takes this
r NL, 3YE-oW C O )8B gem . Ph. 3-1841. )155
k~r~..±',3-utfl. _GOLF CLUBS -5 registered irons, 2
EXPERIENCED TYPIST-Term papers matched woods. Inlaid wood faces.
and theses. Reasonable rates. Phone Never used. $26.50. Ph. 3-8755. )156
22241.4_B_- RALEIGH BIKE with Sturmy-Archer.
SYLVIA A STUDIO OF DANCE Good shape, $30. Ph. Loomis, 2-0549.
Ballroom, Tap, Acrobatic, Ballet. Over ____________)157
Michigan _Theater. Ph. 8066. )9B7-DIAMOND platinum wedding ring.
VAATION DAYS will soon be here. Beat the luxury tax. 2-9336. )150
Mother and Dads-enjoy yourselves. O ETE29 tch et of go
Responsible sitters for. the children, irons and putter. Brand new never
CallT K idde Kar 3-121. (B r- used. Take any or all. $4.25 per iron.
8ISRTS -NIne hour service (by re- Ph. 2-8692. ___________)104
quest), three day service (regular ser- ALLCOLOR PARAKEETS, Canaries,
sie). Ace Laundry, 1116 S. Univer Finches, Cocketiels. Bird supplies and
it.)B cages. SENEPRECD''PS 562 S. 7th. Ph. 30 )2B
VIOastesIN-EEENCED TYPIST MOTORCYCLE - 1947 Indian 74 c.c.
and legal work. Phone 2-9848 after Black, white buddy seat, saddle bags.
nd ealrkohne:2-8483fter windshield, 5000 miles. Ph. 2-8783. )85
"Y -IT -3AN FUNAI -PN IN A-I SHAPE-Inside, outside and
E DFON ENunder hood-4 door 1930 Ford. Phone
Sales and Service 2-7476. Ask for Jack. _____)88
MORRILL'8-314 S. State St. )lIB 2-4.As rJal.)
ILDEGA1DESHateS 1949 ENGLISH FORD FORDOR - A-1
HILDEGARDE SOP condition new last August, low mile-
109 E. Washington age. Priced for quick sale. See any
- Expert Alterations evening at 6151?~ W. Huron or Satur-
Custom Clothes day and Sunday. Phone 2-8770. )148
by Established Tradition )B EVERGREENS-Home grown c to 5c.
WASHING, ironing done in my own Micheal Lee, 2245 Chem. Bldg. Mon-
home. Also rough dry and wet wash- days, Tuesdays or Univ. Ext. 2412
Ing. Free pick up and delivery. Ph. mornings. Junipers, spruce pines,
2-9020. )1B arbor vitae. )146
BAVE YOUR typewriter repaired by the WOMAN'S riding boots size 8%. Ex-
Office Equipment Service Company, cellent condition. Phone 8539 after
215 E. Liberty. )4 5:00. )80
EMPLOYMENT CUSHMAN SCOOTER 1950. Auto trans-
EPO MNITmission. Used three weeks. Wind-
OPPORTUNITIES shield, speedometer. Priced to suit.
Call 3-4592. )126
MEDICAL PERSONNEL DIAMOND engagement and wedding
for medical and dental field, rings. Large discount. Jay Angle,
408 Park Ave. Bldg. WO 3-5789 wholesale representative. Ph. 2-4481.
DETROIT, MICHIGAN )1E)9
Today and Wednesday
: SPECIAL : /ES ANP/DATE
" Served from 11 to 2 K/SSED!
and 5 to7
Cote Slaw 6
Roll & Butter
Coffee or Tea 41
45c Special 44
* MEAL TICKETS ga
* $5.00 value for $4.50
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ON THE CAMPUS RAY oLIe .
332 SO. STATE ST. KATHLEEN FREEMAN
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ORGAN - NEWS
3 SPEED English Lightweights $47.50.
Student Bicycle Agency, 629 E. Univ.
WHAT PI PHI thinks there is a Delt
Law Fraternity meeting - Thursday
night. Oh perfidy!.________
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
tsteady 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
NOW IS THE TIME!
Get your room for this summer or
next fall now!! You will get very
satisfactoryAresults from a cheap,
efficient DAILY CLASSIFIED AD.
LE5kRN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
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,
WANTED TO TRADE
IP OUR TASTES AGREE, let's swan
classical record albums. 2-7981. ) 171
LOST & FOUND
LOST-Bunch of keys near -Groomwell
Beauty Shop or vicinityrof State St.
Ph. 5896 or_5126. )98L
FOUND-Top coat, left in car near De-
troit on Fri. afternoon. Ph. 215 Allen
Rumsey, West Quad. )99L
FOUND-Good fountain pen at3corner
Fletcher and N. Univ. Ph._3-1389._)96L
LOST--Black and pink rim glasses. Ap-
ril 25th, campus. Ph. 3-1561-4506
Palmer Hse. )85L
LOST-Racine wristwatch with metal
band. Call 250611. )64L
WANTED TO RENT
THREE ROOM FURNISHED APT, by
graduate student and working wife.
Must have private bath. Will be in
Ann Arbor at least 3 years. Write T.
D. Kowalski, 9205 A St., Apt. 11,
Hayward Calif. )30N
Continuous from 1 P.M.
P1 t k!
WANTED TO RENT
EXCHANGE - for summer session!
Charming home four blocks from Lake
Michigan. Dishwasher. Bendix, play
yard, sailboat, yacht cub, privileges.
James Braden, Niles AveSt. Joseph,
3 GIRLS DESIRE permanent furnished
apt. near campus, starting'in June.
Ph. 5480 after 5. )28N
FURNISHED APARTMENT for summer
session (mid-June to mid-August) by
responsible graduate couiple. Prox-
imity to campus and presence of a
piano desirable. Write Box:21Q, Mich-
igan Daily. ______) 25N
WANTED TO -RENT-Furnished kit-
chenette apartment for the Summer
Session. Graduate student and wife.
R. C. Davis, University of Akron,
Mathematics Department, Akron,15N.
WANTED-TO SUB-LE T Wife and hus-
band, both teachers, desire ,to sub-
let apartment for summer school
session. Write Mrs June D. Kelly.
Box 181, Gallen Mich.__ )11N
FURNISHED 5 ROOM APT 2 blocks
from campus. Call Mr. Hanson 2-76515.
BASEMENT SUITE for summer term
for two men. Excellent location. Pri-
vate entrance and bath. 3-8695. )26F
FURNISHED APT. with utilities. Suit-
able for 4 men. 2171 Washington.
Ph. 2-7318. )24F
FOR SUMMER SESSION-One double,
three sin les. Automatic hot water,
use of reflige rator and electric stove.
On E. Jefferson across from W. Quad.
Ph. 5532 after 7:00 p.m. )21F
NURSERY SCHOOL TEACHER for fall
term in licensed cooperautive school.
Gail Ypsi 22"1-J1. )22H
BOOKKEEPER WANTED Permanent
position for bookkeepe,(r to handle full
set of books, good salary, interesting
work. Interviews on 2nd floor Fol-
lett's Bookstore, 322 S. State. )181-
DO YOU7 need any help? If so, you will
get good results from a DAILY HELP
WANTED ad. Try it and see. )7P
ROOMS FOR RENT
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LARGE DOUBLE sleeping room for 2
male students. Also in same house,
male student wants roommate for
summer session. Quiet, of good char-
acter. Ph. 2-6685. )74R
FOR SUMMER AND FLL--Near cam-
pus automatic hot water, 437 Hamil-
ton Place. Phone 5068. _
MEN'S ROOMS, summer and fall, sin-
gles and doubles. 1346 Geddes, 2-7044.
ALASKA TRIP in 1950 Clherolet Su-
burban carryall. Want 2 or 3 passen-
gers, refrenes. Leavec about May 20.
For information, call Detroit T080376
about 6 p.m. )26T
Baby Born to
JOHANNESBURG, Union of
ed Ruth Khama, hailed by Ba-
mangwato tribesmen as their
white queen, gave birth to a girl
at least a month prematurely yes-
terday, British authorities an-
Exiled Seretse Khama, Negro
chief of the tribe, was not present
at the hospital in Serowe, mud
hut tribal capital in Bechuana-
land. But British authorities gave
the young chief permission at once.
to leave Lobatsi, 200 miles south
on the Transvaal border where
he had been waiting, for a four-
* * *
THE BABY GIRL some day may
2laim rule over the tribe. Mrs.
Khama, a London stenographer
married Khama in London in Oct.
The chief will be allowed to
stay one week with his wife, a
spokesman for the British High
Commissoner here announced, and
three weeks touring his cattle
posts in the tribal reserve.
His tour is for the purpose of
gathering evidence for a scheduled
lawsuit against his uncle, Tsheke-
di Khama, the former Bamang-
Tshekedi led tribal elders in a
political fight to prevent his
nephew from assuming the throne
on the grounds the marriage to a
white woman outraged tribal tra-
PHILADELPHIA - (/P) - With
the historic Liberty Bell as a sym-
bol and historic Philadelphia the
site, the U.S. yesterday opened the
1950 Independence Drive to sell
savings bonds to America's mil-
Secretary of the Treasury John
W. Snyder tapped the huge, crack-
ed bell, now enshrined in Indepen-
&-ice Hall, to start the camp.gn
to sell at least $653,950,000 in "E"
AT CHICAGO, President Tru-
njan said that citizens who buy
U.S Savings Bonds help a drive
"to save our independence."
In his speech kicking off the
national bond buying campaign,
the President said purchasers
can "achieve personal financial
independence and preser-e our
PRINCESS BACK FROM MALTA--Princess Elizabeth (left), who
is expecting another baby was met by Princess Margaret and Sir
John D'Albiac (center) as she returned to London airport after
visiting her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, in Malta where he
is stationed with the British Navy. Sir John is commandant of the
-IN CASE OF FIRE.
West Engine Naval Test Tank
Once Extra WaerReservoir
lIn Maryland Talk
Prof. Reuben Kahn of the medi-
cal school explained yesterday
why blood tests for syphilis some-
times give positive reactions on
people without the disease.
Speaking at the golden jubilee
meeting of the Society of Ameri-
can Bacteriologists in Baltimore,
Md., Prof. Kahn reported that the
reagent used in the tests is cap-
able. of multiple reactions.
* * *
SOME normally healthy indiv-
iduals produce substances in their
blood which result in a positive
reaction when combined with the
Prof. Kahn, who discovered
the Kahn test for syphilis in
1923, explained that the reagent
is an alcoholic extract of 'lipids'
from normal beef heart muscle.
Lipids are liberated into the
blood stream when body tissue
cells break down
WHEN A PERSON has syphilis,
his blood serum contains anti-
bodies which react with some of
the lipids of the reagent to indi-
cate the presence of the disease,
Prof. Kahn explained that since
the reagent contains a number of
different lipids, uninfected people
who produce greater quantities of
antibodies in their blood may show
a positive reaction
Us S. Attackin
workers are "coming down right
and left with tuberculosis" from
working with a new and faster
technique for growing T.B. germs
-butr the Public Health Service
is taking steps to cope with the
This was related today by Dr.
A. G.Wedum of Camp Detrick,
Md., the nation's center of re-
search on defensive and offensive
measures in the event of biologi-
Dr. Wedum, in an interview at
the golden jubilee meeting of the
Society of American Bacteri,lc-
gists, mentioned the T.B. germ
hazard as the type of thing which
might be minimized if laboratories
everywhere adopted the kind of
safety procedures developed at De-
Eugene Ormandy was married yes-
terday to Vienna-born Margaret
Frances Hitsch, a long-time friend
of the Philadelphia Orchpstya con-
Ormandy, 50 years old, has been
conductor and music director of
the world-renowned symphonic
orchestra since 1938 when he re-
placed Leopold Stokowski.
His bride, 41 years old, came to
the United States 12 years ago,'
became a citizen and later joined
the navy. A licensed pilot, she was
stationed at Norfolk, Va., during
The couple left immediately af-
ter the ceremony for Switzerland
where they will spend the sum-
Ormandy, a child prodigy in his
native Hungary, was married in
1922 to Stephanie Goldner, harpist
with the New York Philharmonic
Orchestra. Thecouple was divorc-
ed in 1947. They had no children.
The new Mrs. Ormandy had not
been married before.
The second largest naval testing
tank in the country once doubled
as a fire reservoir.
In the days when the naval tank
was being built on the ground floor
of the West Engineering building,
the city water pressure was dis-
c-veired to be incapable of supply-
ing enough water to fight effec-
tively a big fire in the southeast
section of the campus.
* * *
SO A SERIES of valves and
piping was installed so that water
Two exhibits, "Far Eastern Art"
a nd "Howard Cook Graphic
Work," will be shown concurrent-
ly at the Unversity Museum of
Art from Tuesday through Sun-
Eihty-five prints and 24 draw-
ings by the well-known water-col-
orist, print maker, and mural
painter Cook will be displayed.
The exhibit of Far Eastern Art
will feature 20 Tibetan banner
from the tank could be pumped
int' the city mains in case of
A'few years ago, however, the
ity installed new high-pres-
sure mains and the pipes fron
the tank were sealed off to pre-
vent. contamination of the city
At :the present time, the tank
is used solely for the testing of
ship hulls, rudders and propellers.
* * *
DELICATE instruments mount-
ed on a car which travels the
length of the tank measure the
water resistance of the object be-
The tank is operated by the de-
partment of naval architecture
and marine engineering.
Betsy Vinieratos, '50, has been
awarded a scholarship to the
Katherine Gibbs School, national-
ly known business school for wo-
The scholarship is one of two
awarded annually in a national
competition among college senior
"JERRY &-THE LION"
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN1
"Paid In Full"
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 President, Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding pubilcation
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1950
VOL. LX, No. 155
The final date for the procure-
ment of books, supplies and equip-
ment using veteran requisitions
has been established as Fri., May
26. No requisitions will be honor-
ed by the vendors subsequent to
-i- - -
No. Main - Opp. Court House
"THE LIVES OF A
Mat. 30c Nights & Sun. 40c
Attention Veterans: Effective
with the start of the Summer Ses-
sion, 1950, any veteran who ob-
tained a degree at the end of his
last enrollment under the G.I. Bill
(including the present semester)
must present a supplemental Cer-
tificate of Eligibility in order to
re-enroll for further G.I. benefits.
Veterans concerned should call at
the Veterans Service Bureau, 555
Administration Building, as soon
as possible to obtain the proper
application form for the supple-
mental Certificate. This require-
ment applies also to veterans who
change their course.
Union Life Membership Cards
are now available in the Union
business office for all students
now completing their eighth se-
mester at the University.
Summer positions: Representa-
tive of Mandeville and King Com-
pany, seedsmen, will be at Bureau
of Appointments, Fri., May 19, to
interview men with cars interested
in customer contact work for the1
summer months. Prefer men who1
will be available for at least two+
summers. For information and
appointment call at 3528 Admin.
Summer Positions. Opportunity
for several men to work as dish-
washers and kitchen helpers at
the National Speech Improvement
Camp, Grand Traverse Bay, North-
port, Michigan. For further infor-
maition call at Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3528 Administration Bldg.
The City of Detroit Civil Service
Commission announces the follow-
ing .examinations: Assistant Sani-
tary Engineer, Assistant Dietitian,
The New York State Civil Ser-
vice Commission announces an ex-
amination for Employment inter-
viewer.tClosing date May 26. For
further information call at the
Bureau of Appointments 3528 Ad-
A representative of Acme In-
dustries of Jackson, Michigan will
be at the Bureau of Appointments
on Wed., May 17 to interview June
graduates in Mechanical or In-
dustrial Engineering for positions
in their organization. Men accept-
ed for their program will be train-
ed in application engineering.
A representative of the Western
and Southern Life Insurance Com-
pany of Cincinnati, Ohio, will be
at the Bureau of Appointments
on Thurs., May 18, to interview
men interested in insurance sales.
They have one opening in this
vicinity and are interested in men
living in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana,
Illinois, Iowa and Pennsylvania.
A representative of the Detroit
Branch of the Massachusetts Mu-
tual Life Insurance Company will
be at the Bureau of Appointments
on Thurs., May 18, to interview
men interested in insurance sales
in the Detroit area. They offer a
salary during their training per-
iod. They will also interview men
from other areas interested in
selling for their company.
A representative of the Clark
Controller Company of Cleveland,
Ohio, will be at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, on Thurs., and Fri.,
May 1and 19 to interview June
graduates who are expecting de-
grees in Electrical and Mechanical
Engineering. For furtherinforma-
tion and appointments, call the
Bureau of Appointments, Ext. 371.
Mueller Brass Company, Port
Huron, Michigan, will interview
Fri., May 19, for the following po-
sitions: Payroll (accounting back-
ground); purchasing; metallurgi-
cal engineer: one sales trainee;
one mechanical engineering train-
For additional information call
at the Bureau of Appointments,
3528 Administration Bldg.
Lecture, auspices of the Associa-
tion of American University Pro-
fessors. "The University: Its Role
in Michigan's Future." Governor
G. Mennen Williams. 4:15 p.m.,
Tues., May 16, Rackham Lecture
Botanical Seminar: 4 p.m., Wed.,
May 17, 1139 Natural Science Bldg.
Papers: "A Preliminary Study of
the Distribution of California Mos-
ses," by Leo Koch. "A Revision of
the Species of the Bromopsis Sec-
tion of Bromus-Occurring in North
America," by H. Keith Wagnon.
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FRIDAY, MAY 19 . . Program by Modern Dance and Ballet Club
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