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THlE MICHlIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 18, 1949

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West Quad 'Hams' Transmit to World

By EVA SIMONI
Every Thursday night about 20'
radio "hams" meet on the top
floor of Williams House to send
and receive messages from am-
ateur stations all over the world.
The West Quad Radio Club has
been in contact with Australia,
Hawaii, several South American
countries, Mexico, Canada and
many American stations. -
LAST YEAR the club estab-
lished weekly programs with
Queen's University in Kingston,
during which radio enthusiasts
from both sides of the border ex-
changed information on every-
thing from technical problems to
social news. .
Equipment used by the club
includes a BC 610 transmitter
and other army surplus receiv-
ing equipment. Last semester, a
rotary beam antenna built by
the members was set up on the
West Quad tower.
The Radio Club is the only am-
Ateur radio station permitted by
the University to erect antennas
in the residence halls.
THE ONLY qualifications for
membership are residence in the
West Quad and an interest in
radio.
Code classes will be conducted
for new members interested in
getting licenses.
One advantage of amateur radio
is the opportunities it gives op-

Fraternity
(Continued from Page 1)
'51; Richard P. McManus, '52L;
Donald Nash, '51; John Harns,
'52; John B. Neuhardt, '52; Rog-
er P. Noerthoek, '51BAd.; Wil-
liam H. O'Keeffe, '52E; Donald
A. Postma, '51; Edward M. Put-
do, '51BAd.; Donald Puro, '53;
Richard J. Reed, '52; John R.
Siver, '52; Wilbur R. Snider, '51;
James D. Sutter, '52; Ray J.
Symons, '51E; Edward N. Videan,
'51; Harold L. Ward, '52; Leon-
ard H. White, '53; James R.
Williams, '53; Stanley Zimo-
strad, '52.
DELTA SIGMA PHI: Howard
M. Canfield ,'51BAd.; Roger H.
Hammer, '53E; Gerald D. Hardy,
'50; Charles E. Olson, Jr., '52F&C;
Buiton L. Perry, '53; Donald N.
Van Eenam, '51; Richard J. Wag-
ner, F&C.
DELTA TAU DELTA: Octavio
Aristizaba 1, '52; Donald C. Dodds,
'52; Elbridge G. Dudley, '53E;
Barry A. Dunne, '52; Richard S.
Gess, '53E; Carlton R. Hedner, 53;
James E. Jacques,'53; Bice Pierce,
'53; Theodore H. Reynolds, 52E;
John T. Vosburg, '53.
DELTA UPSILON: Frederick
L. Thompson, '51E; Thomas D.
Winter, '51E; George A. Yerkes,
'53; Paul E. Ausum, '52E; Rich-
ard II. Holloway, '51E; William
C. McIntosh, '53E; William P.
Whitfield, '53; John E.Chipman,
'53.
KAPPA SIGMA: Andrew Arenth,
'52E; Richard W. Blake, 50; Rob-
ert P. Bowman, '53 F&C; John
A. Chisholm, '53E; William James
Cowlin, '53; William Cunningham,
'50; Elmer P. Diehl, '51E; Conrad
J. Driscoll, '52; William D. Heath,
'52Ed.; John M. Jenks, '53; Don-
ald S. McEwen, '52; Robert C.
Powell, '53F&C; Reginald S. Trot-
ter, '50BAd.; Robert E. Waldon,
'52; John R. Young, '52.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
Phone 23-24-1
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Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline daily except
Saturday is 3 P.M. Saturdays,
11:30 A.M. for Sunday Issue.
FOR SALE
TUXEDO-Perfect condition, size 38 to
40-$20. __)95
RADIO-PHONOGRAPH, not automatic,
excellent condition-$15.00. 2-9578.
)96
LATE '47 FORD S.D.8, well kept, with
R&H. One owner, 115 N. First. )93
1930 PLYMOUTH SEDAN -Excellent
running order, heater, $185 or offer.
McLaren, 1554 Tully Ct., Willow Run.
)94
TWO FORMALS-Used once. 1 char-
truese and 1 pink, with slips. Size 12.
$12 each. 2-0328. )92
TWO STRONG kitchen tables-mov-
able top to make it one. Roll divider,
36 roll at one time. Other items for
sale. 2-3422. -- - )89
FOR SALE-1939 station wagon (Ford).
Highest bid over $200, good condition.
Call 2-8694, after 6 p.m. )70
NEW KODAK camera-35 mm; F 35
coated lens; range finder; case; flash
attachment; adapter ring; close-up
lens. $90.00. Tyler Hse. 307 (E. Quad
2-4591). )88
MOTORCYCL ISTS
BRITISH POUND DEVALUED
SAVE $195.00
on New British Motorcycles.
Others Selling for Storage Plus
Repair Bills.
Buy Now! Save Now!
INDIA MOTORCYCLE SALES
207 W. Liberty - Phone 2-1748
Open Evenings Till 9:00
1936 PLYMOUTH sedan, excellent 1942
Dodge engine. Must sell now. 1415
Packard Rd. 2-4111-7:00-10:30 eve-
nings. )12

-Daily-Ed Kozma
RADIO "HAMS"-Members of the West Quad Radio Club get
set to contact a distant station. Seated at the microphone is
Ralph Hileman. Left to right, Art Wroble, treasurer; Robert
Wimmer, president; Bruce Weinert, chief engineer.
* * * *
erators to speak to other coun- teresting conversations between
tries directly, without censorship, other "ham" operators. For in-
according to Robert Wimmer, stance, a Canadian is making am-
president. ateur radio profitable yb exchang-
ing English lessons for Spanish
CLUB MEMBERS often hear in-I lessons from an operator in Cuba.
0DAILY OFFICIALBULLETIN

FOR SALE
TINY COLORFUL finches, 5.95 a pr.
Canaries, Parakeets, Cocketiels, Java
Ricebirds. 562 S. 7th St. Ph. 5330.
)2B
CAMERA FIENDS. New low prices on
color prints. Kodachrome prints and
enlargements 2x-55c. 3x-75c, 5x7-
$2.25, 8x10-$4.75, CALKINS-FLETCH-
ER at S. STATE and N. UNIVERSITY
is your headquarters for color pho-
tography. Start your year, right. Get
a U. of M. Scrapbook--s2.95. )5
1938 4-door convertible for sale new.
2-9850 after 6 p.m. ___)11
BEAUTIFUL new log cabin, modern,
located in Glenbrook subdivision.
Half Moon Lake, partly furnished.
Phone owner, 8320. )98
DER ROSENKAVALTER.-New H.M.V.
set. Lehman, Schuman Ulszewska.
$30. Robertson. 9293. )99
_STOC K REDUCTION SALE
All wool blankets, $3.99; men's briefs,
39c; Navy "T" shirts. 3 for $1.35:
tanker jackets, $6.6; N.1 jackets,
$7.77; 60 per cent wool athletic hose,
39c; men's zipper galoshes, $3.33. Open
'til 6:30 p.m. Sam's Store, 122 Wash-
ington. )6
COUSIN'S
On State Street
Cats pajamas, red flannel trimmed
with simulated leopard. Sanforized
too. Sizes 32-38, $4.95. )2
KISS AND don't make up! Use the
latest in cosmetics, LIP LIFE, an
under base for lipstick. Calkins-
Fletcher, S. State at N. University.)5
LOST AND FOUND
FEMALE ENGLISH SETTER-5 months
old, predominantly white with black
ears and eye markings, black spots
on body and brown on legs. Reward
offered. Notify John Gwin, phone
3-1135 at any time.__)35L
FRENCH HORN-Thursday night, Ferry
Field. Call ;Donald Britton, 2-1777,
Reward. . )34L
LOST-One brown corday zipper purse
containing Schaeffer pen and coin
purse. Cali 2-4471, Room 4541. )13L
LOST-Camera, Leica, and case; serial
number 229831. Also, brown tweed
top coat, Birmingham or Louisville
lable. Substantial reward. Dr. A. B.
Loveman, Neyburn Building, Louis-
ville, Ky. )32L
LOST-Maroon Schaeffer pen. Vicinity
campus, Friday. Sheila Millman. 9388.
)37L
L. R. M. We have your watch. Call
2-3241, Mrs. Smith or Mrs. Arnesen.
LOST! Shellrim glasses in red leather
case. If found please call 2-2828. )36L
TYPEWRITERS
Office and Portable Models
of all makes
Sold,
Bought,
Repaired,
Rented
STATIONERY & SUPPLIES
G. I. Requisitions Accepted
MORRILL'S
314 South State St.

PERSONAL
TROUBLE SIhOOTER IN PENMANSHIP.
Come in any time betwee 10 and
7, Monday througlh :aturday for
your two free lesons in writing. Then
decide wh lethler y ou care to continue
at $1.00 per hour or further in-
struction. J. A. Early. 402 Observatory,
Ph. 2-8606. )8B
LAST CANC-LGood seats still avail-
able for Danny Kaye. Tickets. $2,40,
$1.80, $1.20. )6P
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIO
209 S. State Street. Ph. 8161
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TFIE
Lord CarI eton
SEXT E T
Now accepting bookings. Call Ray,
402 Cooley House. East Quad. )14P
27,000,000 people read LiVE each week.
You probably do too. To make it
easier and cheaper for you, special
reduced studcnt rates are available.
You subscribe simply by phoning us
at 2-82-42. )3
TED SMITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA
"The best in dance music."
Phone 2-1612 )20B
UNSIGHTLY HAIR removed perma-
nently. Short wave method ap-
proved by Am. Med. Ass'n., 5 Nickels
Arcade. Ph. 2-6696. )12B
WANT RIDERS to N.UI. game, leave 12
noon Fri. 2-7476. )5T
HELP WANTED
HELP WANTED-DOZENS of commis-
sion salesmen and saleswomenu still
needed. We can introduce you to stu-
dents who have made more than $10
a day at this job, working in eve-
nings. Phone 2-8242, Student Period-
ical Agency. ) 5H
FOR RENT
WHITMORE LAKE-2 apartments for
rent. One 2-room and private tile
bath, furnished, $65 per month. One
3 room and private tile bath, furnish-
ed, $85 per month. Baths and floors
are new. Oil heat and hot water.
Furniture good. Not a cottage, a
good home. Must see to appreciate.
42 E. Shore Drive, Whitmore Lake.
)11F
DOUBLE ROOM--First floor, student
landlord. $6.00 apiece, per week. Call
2-4928. )9F
WANTEDTO BUY
WANTED- 1 adult ticket to Minnesota
game. Call M. Kaner, 4129. 2101 Hill.
)10W

BUSINESS SERVICES
WARNING-Before buvin naraz ine
subscriptios iron slmen whIo 10
nlot repr-esent local liris, (ck %with1
t!'I" Chalnber of Coumnerce Phone
4730) and any ;subscription ag ency,
TOdetemline if the s111reia ispro1p-
erly registered, and to avoid being
overcharged. S t u d e n t Periodical
Agency (Phone 2-8242). )15P
SPECIAL ON BOOKPLATES
As many or as few as you wish at 5c
each. Your books need an I.D. card
too. Let Early write them for you,
Hours 10 to 7 Moi. tlru. Sat. J. A.
Early, 402 Obse-ratory, Ph. 2-8606B
)8B_
LEARN TO FLY
Flying Club. Private courses.
and (VIl. C011j(V)E voses
Phone Yip:i f9272
lIRIIPTS--Nine Hour Service )y re-
iuest). 3-day servi('e (regular serv-
ice). Ace Laundry, 1116 S. University.
21 B
EFIICIEN, expert, prompt typewriter
repair service. Mosely's Typewriter
tnd .pply Company. 214 E. Wash-
ington. Ph. 5888. )B
HAVE YOUR typewriter repaired by
the Oflice Equipment Service Co., 215
E. Liberty. )161
WASHING and/or ironing, done in my
own home. Free pick-up and delivery.
Ph. 2-9020. )1B
HILDEGARDE SHOPPE
109 E. Washing;ton
Expert Alteratins
Custom Clothes
Established Tradition
3B
PAU1'S MUSICAL REPAIR
Van Doren Clarinet Reeds
Box of 25-$4.50
New and Used Instruments
209 E. Washington
4B
ROOMS FOR RENT
SINGLE ROOM for employed woman or
grad student. Semi-private bath,
breakfast privileges, newly decorated.
C. Ruthruff, 116 N. Fifth Ave. )20
NEWLY FURNISHED single, douole,
some with cooking privileges. Tel.
5224. Near campus. _)19R
ONE HALF of one double room avail-
able for male student. Three blocks
from campus. $6.50. 813 E. Kingsley.
)18R
SINGLE ROOM near campus for grad.-
uate woman student. Ph. 8780.
NEW ACCOMODATIONS for male stu-
dents-706 Oakland St. (near Law
School). $8 per person per week. )17R
BRING YOUR weekend guests to the
Pierce Transient Home, except for the
Minnesota weekend. 1133 East Ann,
Phone 8144. )16R

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LIFE

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of thetUniversity. 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 publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1949
VOL. LX, No. 20
Notices
February 1950 M.S.E. and B.S.E.
graduates in Chemical and Me-
chanical Engineering:
A Representative of E. I. duPont
OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P.M.
LAST TIMES TODAY!
at 3:00 - 6:15 - 9:30
KIRK DOUGLAS
Marilyn Maxwell." Arthur Kennedy
- Plus! -
Bing's back--
in the hit you loved!
BING CROSBY
"PENNIES
FROM HEAVEN"t
at 1:35 - 4:50 & 8:05
*Coming Wednesday0
FRANK SINATRA
"The Kissing Bandit"
Also
INGRID BERGMAN in
"Adam Had Four Sons"

L'l, 1.-aWa , W l 11C V1
dents in the above divisions On LAMBDA CHI ALPHA: Nicholas
Oct. 19 and 20. Interviews will be Assimos, '52; RobertdW. Blair, '53;
scheduled for Chemical Engineers James C. Craig, '58BAd; William
in the Chemical. Eng. Dept., for Cusick Jr., '52Pub H.; David De-
Oct. 19. Interviews for Mechani- Vries, '51BAd.; Algird A. Grybas,
cal Engineers will be arranged at '51; John A. Hobyak, '52; Richard
225 W. Engineering for Oct. 20. J. Knopf, '53E; L. Blair Milliken,

SOLVE YOUR
TRANSPORTATION
PROBLEMS
Chartered Bus Service available
at any time at a reasonable rate.
Especially handy for Parties,
Sight Seeing and organizational
tours.
Owned and Operated by
Fellow Students
(adequately insured)
Phone 2-9311
or Ypsi 3716

de, Nemours & Company, Wilming-
ton Delaware. will interview stu-

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$4 75
(instead of 6.00)
TIME s..
$475
(instead of 6.00

See Bulletin Boards for further
information.
The Teacher's Oath will be ad-I
ministered to all February candi-
dates for the Teacher's Certificate
on Mon. and Tues., Oct. 17 and
18, in Room 1437 U.E.S. This is a
requirement for the teacher's cer-
tificate.
Women students who attend the
9:30 performance of the Danny
Kaye show, Oct. 18 have one-half
hour late permission after close of
the show.
Regents' Meeting: Wed., Nov. 2.
Communications for consideration
at this meeting must be in the
President's hands not later than
Oct. 24.
Bureau of Appointments:
A representative of the Ceco
Steel Products Company will be at
the Bureau of Appointments
Thursday and Friday, Oct. 20 and
21 to interview February gradu-
ates for their Sales Training Pro-
gram. They are interested in Me-
chanical, Architectural, and Civil
Engineers, as well as Business Ad-
ministration students with at least
one year of Engineering training.
For appointments call 3-1511, Ext.
.371.
The Civil Service Commission of
the City of New York announces
examinations for the following po-
sitions: Civil Engineering Drafts-
man, Junior Electrical Engineer,
Junior and Senior Civil Engineer,
Assistant Civil Engineer (Sani-
tary), Mechanical Engineering
Draftsman, Chemical Engineer,
Assistant Electrical Engineer, and
Director of Bureau of Public
Health Education. Additional in-
formation may be obtained at the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg.
The Civil Service Commission of
the City of Detroit announces an
examination for Social Case Work-
er and Medical Social Case Work-
er. Additional information may
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'52; Benjamin F. Newaker, '53F&C;
Myron H. Nickols, '52; Ronald L.
O'Connelll, '53; Herman A. Out-
calt, '53; Raymond C. Patryn, '51;
Eugene Smoley, '53; Walter H.
Stein, '52P; Franck A. Stocking,
'52; Gordon Strahan '53.
PHI DELTA THETA: David
M. Calahan, '53; John W. Hak-
en, '52E; Frank A. Henney, '51;
Howard W. Hilfinger, '53; James
D. Johnston, '52; Peter C. Kin-
yon, '52Ed.; J. D. Lawrence,
'53A; Robert K. Matheson, '53;
William C. Mogk, '53; Otto G.
Molmen, '53E; Gerald Mortell,
'53; Robert E. Nettle; William
E. Quail, '52; Thomas D. Shref-
fler, '52E; George W. Solomon,
'52Ed.; Harry A. Stuhldreher,
'53F&C; David J. Tinkham, '53;
Jan David Wegenka, '53; Joe
Reeves White, '53; Bruce T.
Woodell, '52; George Yobst, '52.
PHI GAMMA DELTA: Richard
L. Thompson; Robert B. Web-
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