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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

VFORMATION FOR HOPEFULS:
SL Candidacy Petitions
Available on Wednesday

Petitions for Student Legisla-
ture candidates may be picked up
from 3 to 5 p.m. daily from Wed-
nesday, Oct. 12 through Oct. 19
at the student window of the Ad-
ministration Building, according
to Bill Clark of SL's citizenship
committee.
Any eligible student may peti-
tion. A list of 150 names is need-
ed to qualify to be SL candidate
in the student elections in Novem-
ber. J-Hop and Board petitions

require fewer names, and will alsoI
qualify candidates for the Novem-
ber elections. Eligibility cards are,
needed to pick upthe petitions.
SL is the only student govern-
ment on campus and serves stu-
dents by being a campus spokes-
man to faculty. and administration
officials. J-Hop Committee mem-
bers prepare for the annual J-Hop,
ultra formal dance between se-
mesters.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Pgblication inr The Daily Official are preferred to have courses in The lectures will be given in the
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices economics, labor relations and Natural Science Auditorium at 4
for the Bulletin should be sent in public unemployment insurance. p.m. and repeated at 7:30 p.m. as
typewritten form to the Office of theP..adrpteat73pm.s
Assistant to the President, Ltoom 2552 Applications are due no later than
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m. Oct. 12, 1949, and may be obtained per the following schedule:
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays). at the Bureau of Appointments, Lecture 1, Mon., Oct. 10; Lecture
3528 Administration Building. 2, Tues., Oct. 11; Lecture 3, Wed.,
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1949 Oct. 12; Lecture 4, Thurs., Oct. 13;
VOL. LX, No. 13 University .Community Center, Lecture 5, Mon., Oct. 17; Lecture
Willow Village. 6, Tues., Oct. 18; Lecture 7 (Final
Noti I Sun., Oct. 9, Village Church Fel- Exam.), Wed., Oct. 19.
NLotices lowship, Interdenominational: Please note that attendance is
Sunday Library Service: On all 10:45 a.m., Church service. required and roll will be taken,
Sundays during the Fall and 4:30 p.m., Study and discussion. Enrollment will be held at the first
Spring terms except during the 50 -uck).m., Fellowship supper lecture. You may attend at either
holiday periods, the Main Read- o c. of the above hours
ing Room and the Periodical Mon., Oct. 10, 8 p.m., University
Room of the General Library will Club. Women are invited who are
be kept open from 2 to 9 p.m. employed by the University or University Lecture: "Britain To-
Books from other parts of the whose husbands are employed by day." Lady Violet Bonhan Carter,
building which are needed for the University. former President of the Liberal
Sunday use will be made avail- Tues., Oct. 11, 7:45-8:15 p.m., Party Organization of Great Brit-
able in the Main Reading Room if Organization of badminton and am; auspices of the Department
requests are made on Saturday of physical education for women. 8 of Political Science. 4:15 p.m.,
an assistant in the reading room p.m., Wives' Club. Program given Mon., Oct. 10, Rackham Amphi-
anassistantn the ksre g rm by Siamese students. Everybody theater.
where the books are usually welcome.- _____
shelved.Wem.
T sWed., Oct. 12, 8 p.m., Ceramics.
Thurs., Oct. 13, 8 p.m., Ceramics.
Bureau of Appointments: Water-color and textile paiting. introductoryoffe from
Mademoiselle Magazine is ac- Church choir.
cepting applications for guest edi-
torships for the Mademoiselle Col-
lege ~~~HEENA RBNTI
leeBoard in June 1950. Applica-
tions are due November 1, 1949. Freshman Health Lectures for
The Detroit Civil Service Corn- Women-First Semester 1949-50
mission announces an examina- It is a University requirement ...-
tion for Junior Civil Engineer and that all entering freshmen attend
for Librarian II. For each of these a series of Health Lectures and
positions the Residence Rule is pass an examination on the con-
waived. tent of these lectures. Transfer
For further information call at students with freshman standing s s
the Bureau of Appointments, are also required to take the
--- course unless they have had a sim- *
The Michigan State Civil Serv- ilar course elsewhere, which has Silk-Screen face Powder
ice Commission announces an ex- been accredited here.
amination for Unemployment Upperclassmen who were here
Claims Examiner I. There is no as freshmen and who did not ful-
experience requirements for col- fill the requirements are requested "
lege graduates but such graduates to do so this term.
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tricot. One most possess Nylon
to know the luxury of its feel, the
luxury of no wrinkling, the lux-
ury of quick drying, the luxury of
no ironing. No undergarment has
ever before possessed all these
heavenly qualities. New, fasci-
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are Iris Green, Lilac, Azure Blue,
Primrose, and Blossom.
Sizes 32-42

--Daily-Wally Barth
ARMY ARRIVES-George Roumell, President of the West Qual,
welcomes a member of the group of 250 visiting West Point senior
Cadets. The Army men, who invaded Ann Arbor for the game,
yesterday treated State Street to a look at what military marching
can be like when they paraded in precision-step style from the
depot to the Stadium. The Cadets, picked for the trip on a
merit-good conduct basis, later exhibited their precise training
during the game, when their 250 voiced cheers in support of
Army's team were rendered in almost perfect unison.
Students See Little Hostility
TowrdU.S., Marshall Plan

(Continued from Page 1)
He was there at 5 and on the
trip back he took us to many of
the interesting spots in the
area.

from
$900 o$50

And this is British reserve!
Only in Hyde Park, London's
carnival of soap-box orators, did'
we hear criticism of America and
the Marshall Plan.
HERE, EVERY marginal sub-
ject from Communism to religion,
from sex to British politics is dis-
cussed by avowed Communists, re-
ligious fanatics, people who want
to get things off their chests and
neurotics who persist in exposing
their neuroses to the crowd.
And every night the sidewalks
are crowded with the people who
come to listen. Some are neur-
-- otics like the speakers, some

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come to hear what's said and ask
a few questions, many just come
to see the spectacle.
There are humorists among the
speakers too. One, called the
"Brain Trust," will answer prac-
tically any question put to him,
like "When a sausage hangs from
a skyhook, does it hang up or
down?"
* * *
DESPITE THE rather violent
theories that are expounded, like
overthrow of the government or
of the world, the British people
look upon the spectacle with a be-
mused attitude and have not as
yet set an Un-British Activities
Committee into motion.
Police intervene only when ac-
tual fighting breaks out.
The British people think Hyde
Park Corner is a good place for
people to let off steam.
U' Speech Group
To Air Newscasts
The radio division of the speech
department will present a daily
15 minute news broadcast at 11:15
a. m. beginning tomorrow over
station WHRV.
A Press Association wire ma-
chine has been installed in the
radio department office. Students
will edit and broadcast natiol i
and local news from the Angell
Hall radio studios.
Interviews with faculty mem-
bers on news interpretation as
well as woman's feature news are
planned for the program.

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