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3TUESflAY, FEBRUJARY 21, 1950

THE MICHIGAN -1AIlY

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Couple Betrothed

Military Ball
Ticket Sales
HaveBegun
Ticket sales are now open for
the 1950 presentation of Military
Ball to be held from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. on Friday, March 10, in the
Union Ballroom.
Dance tickets may be purchased
in North Hall or at the main desk
of the Union.
The decoration theme will be
based on various phases of mili-
tary, life which will be depicted
in different scenes around the
ballroom.
Presented by a "unified com-
mand" under the direction of Paul
Anderson, the dance will be open
to all members of the Army, Navy
and ROTC units, active and re-
serve officers in the area.
Advisors for the affair are Capt.
D. H. Merten of the Air Corps,
ROTC, Maj. W. F. Johnston of
the Army ROTC and Lt. Comm.
L. D. Patton of the Navy ROTC.
Dr. G. Cameron
To GiveSpeech
Women of the University Facul-
ty will meet at 6:15 p.m. tomorrow
for dinner in the Hussey Room of
the League.
Following dinner, Dr. George G.
Cameron, professor of Near East-
ern Cultures, will speak on his 19-
48 expedition to Iran and will des-
cribe the work involved in copy-
ing 2,000 year-old cuniform in-
scriptions from a mountain side.
Dr. Cameron's work has aided
greatly in understanding much of
the history of the Old Testament.
Earrings
Milliners have recently become
crazed with the urge of baring
only one feminine ear, or so their
latest creations seem to state.
With this semi covering, women
will be able to get along with
the wearing of only one earring.
The result will probably be a use
of the remaining members of many
a pair ruined by loss.

Eligible Sophomore Women May Petition
For Many League Junior Positions

Junior Positions
To Be Explained
At MassMeeting
All sophomore women interested
in obtaining League junior posi-
tions should turn in their petitions
by 5 p.m. March 7 in the Under-
graduate Office of the League, ac-
cording to Pat Reed interviewing
chairman.
Included in the list of positions
open are: central committee of the
Junior Girls Play three juniorI
dance class captains: junior as-
sistants for merit-tutorial (four
places), and personnel (four
places).
Other league positions are: pub-

licity (five places), social (five)
places); one ass-stani. to the can-
dy booth chairman; three junior
positions for interviewing commit-
tee and judiciary council; secre-
tary and social chairman for or-
ientation committee.
A mass meeting for those inter-
ested in information about peti-
tioning will be held Feb. 23 in the
League. The interviewing com-
mittee will hold office hours from
2 to 5 p.m., March 1 to 7 in the
Undergraduate Office to answer
individual questions.
Further information concerning
specific duties of the positions
will be posted in the Undergradu-
ate Office, and also may be found
in the League Lowdown and in the

President's Reports in the League.
The interviewing council suggests
that those interested' in petition-
ing consult pages 7-11 in the Lea-
gue Lowdown.
A snap shot of the interviewee
should be included with the peti-
tion. The petition also should be
typed if possible, according to the
interviewing committee.
Interviewing will be from 3 to
5 p.m., March 8 to March 22. The
current semester's eligibility card
should be brought to the inter-
view.
All league house presidents
will meet at 5 p.m. today in
the league. The room will be
posted,.

MARYELLEN LAVELY
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GraduateStudentsBecomeEngaged

Mrs. Newell E. Lavely and the
late Dr. Lavely of Flint have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Mary Ellen, to Porter
Coeds to Play
Round-Robin
Physical education majors and
minors will meet at 8 a.m. tomor-
row in Barbour Gymnasium for
a basketball round-robin.
Majors and minors are allowed
not more than three unexcused
absences during the semester, ac-
cording to Geri Mulson, president
of the Women's Physical Educa-
tion Club.
S-T-R- E-T-C- H
Jackets, blouses and skirts are
designed to live individual lives
or can make an excellent team.
If worn with the prope accessor-
ies, they can really s-t-r-e-t-c h
tne v ardrobe.

M. Kier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam M. McKee of Salina, Penn.
The engagement announcement
was made February 18 at a din-
ner in the Ann Arbor Room of the
League.
Miss Lavely and Mr. Kier are
both graduate students in the li-
terary college. She is a member of
Phi Sigma, national honorary bio-
logical society and he is a member
of Sigma Gamma Epsilon, honor-
ary geological fraternity.,
The wedding date has not yet
been set.

'Go ahead with television,' he was told ...in 1927

ANTIQUE DISPLAY and SALE
331 EAST HURON
Imported English Georgian silver; Shefield plate; China single pieces
and sets; Staffordshire figures; brass candle sticks; old Bibles; collec-
tion of autographs including a letter from Charles Dickens; cameos and
seals ideal for jewelry mounting; large collection of antique jewelry;
other interesting items.
OPEN DAILY 1p-6 and SUNDAY AFTERNOONS

Looking back over an attempts to develop
engineering career that phone equipment.
has brought him 313 greater foresight to
patents in 46 years, Dr. sion research whenr
E. F. W. Alexanderson But on each occa
tried to sum up recently General Electric, ha
what had been the requisites for this "Encouragement a
kind of inventive fertility-what ing were extended1
makes up a climate conducive to crea- "through long year
tive thinking? tion." With this k
One thing essential to the scientist thought, "creati
and inventor, he felt sure, is the steady flourish."
backing of his employer-particularly *
when projects offer no prospect of Dr. Alexandersor
immediate returns. again how GeneralI
It had taken foresight on the part of creative thinking,
his employer, Dr. Alexanderson minds to follow thei
thought, to endorse his experiments in and so stays in
radio as far back as 1906 and his scientific and engine
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p transoceanic tele-
It had taken still
encourage televi-
radio was still new.
asion his employer,
d said "Go ahead."
nd financial back-
to me," he recalls,
rs of experimenta-
ind of support, he
ve thinking will
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n's views illustrate
Electric emphasizes
encourages fertile
ir imaginative bent,
the forefront of
eering development.

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