THE MICHIGAN DAILY 7
WEDNESDJAY, SEPTEMBER~ 28, 1Wi#,
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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 publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28, 1949
VOL. LX, No. 3
School of Music Assembly for
all students and faculty members,
11 a.m. today, Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre, Michigan League. Classes
and private lessons dismissed
School of Business Administra-
tion: Faculty meeting, Thurs.,
Sept. 29, 3:30 p.m., 131 Business
Bureau of Appointments:
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces an exami-
nation for Geophysicist, Ammr-ii-
tion Inspector, Physical Therapist,
Industrial Specialist, and Con-
tract Negotiator and Administra-
The Board of U.S. Civil Service
Examiners for the Potomac River
Naval Command announces an
examination for Electronic Scien-
The United States Civil Service
Commission (7th Region, Chicago,
Ill.) announces an examination
for Purchasing Officer.
The New York Civil Service
Commission announces an exami-
nation for Junior Statistician.
The Detroit Police Depaltment
announces an examination for po-
Additional information may be
obtained at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3528 Administration
University Community Center:
Wed., Sept. 28, 8 p.m., Church
Thurs., Sept. 29, 8 p.m., Ceram-
ics and other Art Groups. Regis-
tration and organization.
Sun., Oct. 2, 10. .5 a.m., Village
Church Fellowship, Interdenomi-
national. World-wide commun-
The Women's Judiciary Coun-
cil, consisting of three juniors
and four seniors, works in con-
junction with the Office of the
Dean of Women to formulate
house rules and acts as a disci-
plinary board in cases of infrac-
tion of house rules.
All University women students
residing in organized undergradu-
ate houses, including graduate
students, must observe all house
rules. Thel same applies to guests
Any student expecting to be out
of her house after 7:30 p.m. must
register the occasion and place,
and, if out of town, the complete
No local telephone calls may be
received or sent after 11 p.m. or
such time as the switchboard
closes. All local calls must be lim-
ited to five minutes. No outgoing
long distance calls may be made
after 11 p.m. without special ar-
rangement with the house presi-
dent or the house head. In case of
emergency, incoming long dis-
tance calls may be received after
Quiet hours shall be fixed by the
individual houses, and their en-
forcement shall be supervised by
the house president and the Ju-
Calling hours for men are Mon-
day through Friday at 3 p.m. Sat-
urday and Sunday, the hours are
decided by the individual house.
Closing hours are: Sunday, 11
p.m.; Monday through Thursday,
10:30 p.m.; Friday and Saturday,
Girls who attend the following
events must be in the house one-
half hour after the termination of
1. Functions approved for late
permission by the Committee of
Student Affairs or the Dean of
2. Choral Union Concerts and
May Festival Concerts, Oratorical
Association Lectures and athletic
3. Play production perform-
ances and other functions in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Any student who finds that she
may be more than thirty minutes
late after the regular closing hour
or more than fifteen minutes late
over any late permission shall no-
tify her resident director of her
expected lateness and probable
time of return to the house.
Any girl who violates the house
rules and is brought before the
Judiciary Council may be placed
on social probation.
Office of the Dean of Women
Parking Areas on Campus
Student drivers are reminded
that their driving tags or "M"
stickers secured in the Office of
Student Affairs are NOT PARK-
ING PERMITS and do not give
them permission to park in the re-
stricted campus parking lots so
designated by means of signs at
the entrances. Students violating
these parking regulations are sub-
ject to a monetary fine and possi-
ble loss of driving privileges.
Student Loan Prints
Any student registered at the
Universityris eligible to rent a
framed print from the Student
Loan Library collection of 750
framed reproductions for the fall
semester. The prints are being as-
signed to students at the North
Gallery, Museum of Art, through
Wednesday, Sept. 28. The Gallery
is open from 9-12 a.m. and 1-5
p.m. daily. Students are reminded
to bring the fall cashier's receipt
and the rental fee of 50 cents with
them when signing for a print.
The assigned prints will be dis-
tributed from Room 508 (base-
ment), Administration Building,
the week of October 3rd.
Householders interested in ob-
taining baby sitters may tele-
phone the Dean of Women's Of-
fice, 3-1511, Ext. 341.
Baby sitters interested in put-
ting their names on the baby sit-
ters' list may register in the Dean
of Women's Office, 1514 Adminis-
Office hours for the Dean of
Women's Office will be Monday
through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon
-1 to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 8:30 a.m.
to 12 noon.
Meals, breakfast and/or dinner,
will be available to women stu-
dents at the following League
Houses. Apply directly to the
Mrs. Lulu Kelly, 1020 S. Univer-
sity, phone 5480.
Mrs. H. G. Benson, 433 May-
nard, phone 8239.
Mrs. Pauline Elliott, 1027 E.
University, phone 2-5147.
Mrs. H. W. Freeman, 1805
Washtenaw, phone 9388.
Mrs. Frank Gucker, 849 Tap-
pan, phone 7379.
Mrs. Alma Yost, 328 E. William,
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$57.60 A MONTH AT 4%. Payments
on this 2 bedroom home with din-
ing space in large kitchen. Stair-
way to unfinished second floor.
Warm air,'oil heat. Large lot. Only
2 years old. Price $11,500 with low
down payment and assume G.I.
SOUTHEAST. Modern style 4 bed-
room home. 8 years old and in
perfect condition. Large screened
porch, extra toilet and lavatory,
full tiled bath. Oak panelled
study and guest room on second
floor plus 3 bedrooms. Recreation
room with fireplace. Gas heat.
Large lot with many trees. Price
CAMPUS (NEAR) Six rooms newly
decorated. Has 3 bedrooms and
sleeping porch. Stairway to un-
finished attic. Nearly new roof
and furnace 2 years old. In good
repair. Near hospitals and campus.
Price $11,000 with terms.
Eves. Warner, 2-2362 or
Realtor-214-15 Mich. Theatre Bldg.
1933 PLYMOUTH coupe. An outstand-
ing performer, clean, economical, ra-
dio, heater. $145.00. 2-7981. _)22
100 SUBSCRIPTIONS to LIFE at a new
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for students only. New shipments ar-
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phoning 2-82-42 - your student-run
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TUXEDO-Single breasted, size 38I. Girls
3 speed English bicycle, good condi-
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ELECTRIC HAIR BRUSH--"Vita Brush"
half-price $20.00. Call 2-9718 between
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FOR SALE--A GE refrigerator, circa
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condition, apartment size. Inspection
arranged. Call 2-7560 or write W. B.
Goodman, 618 Packard. )19,
ARGUS A-2 CAMERA-Complete outfit,
flashgun, etc. Just factory overhauled.
Phone 2-0368. )18
PING POND TABLE for sale, $19.00.
Call 8975 after 1 p.m. ___ )23
HALF SIZE MOTORCYCLE-1947 Royal
Enfield.sPh. 2-4401, room 403, Wen-
ley House. ) 24
WE HAVE just the clock to help you
get to classes and appointments on
time-a reliable Big Ben, priced at
$4.75. Other makes priced from $2.95
up. Calkins letclier. N. University at
WHIZZER MOTORBIKE--75. See at
311 Westwood or Ph. 7297. )26
1941 SPECIAL DELUXE .2 door Chev rolet
sedan in exceptioial condition. Fully
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MAN'S ENGLISH O-ercoat. Size 40.
Misses 2 fur coats, blac cloth con.
Velvet trim, dresses, sizes. 12 and 14.
Clean and good condition. Two pair
ice skates, ski boots. 2 radios. 3110
Dexter Road. Tel. 2-4796. )13
SALE OF USED typewriters. Come in
and look them over. Reduced p to
50 per cent. Office equipment, 215
S. Fourth. )
SHIRT COLLARS TURNED--5c. Tuck-
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on State St.
Du Pont Nylon Anklets
79c and 97c a hair
FOR SALE---Keuffel and Esser Log Lo;
Duplex slide rule. Phone Guy Hill,
4145. Practically new )16
Complete stock 01 4 drawer and 5
drawer chests, night stands and
tables. chairs, coffee tables, desks.
breakfast tables, bookcases and utility
racks. All made from smooth. bright
lumber. Save money-Paint it your-
Gi I I Lumber Co.
524 So. Main St. Phone 2-4555.
"Where the Greater Number Get
Water repellent Poplin Jackets $3.88.
All wool pea coats $8.99.
Flannel shirts, $1.79.
All wool flannel parts $6.49.
Open til 6:30 p.m. San's Store
122 E. Washington St.
L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITER. $25. Apart-
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410 E. ,Iefferson.)1
WOMAN'S LiGhTWE IGHT Schwinn bi-
cycle. Phone 2-1792. )17
FOR SALE. Hamsters. Tel. Manchester.
ROOM FOR RENT for men near Cam-
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FOR RENT-5 room cottage modern.
$35 per month. Oil heat. B. E. Menke.
Wvhite Lodge, Pinckney, Mich. Phi.
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ORH ESTuA aailable. Modern or
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STUD1EN .T and FAMILY washing. iron-
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DON'T READ THIS
IF YOU CAN WRITE WELL
Ta, vnt of 0my offer of two
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10 <,7 Daily Except Sunday )8B
LXER1i EDll laundress pick up and
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HiOMIE LAUNDRY done by experienced
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CANARIES, PARAKEETS and tropical
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EPI ICIENT. Expert, prompt typewriter
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Van Doren Clar. Reeds
Box iof 25-_X4.505.
New and Used Instruments
209 E. Washimnton
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOM for o astude it Two blocks from
caps915 Oakland. )5R
DOUBLE ROOM. Also suite for 3 or
4 mien. Near ecampus. Clean, attrac-
tive. Call 2-8309. . )4R
itOOMS availablefor students' guests.
Football week,-cnds . Private home ac-
' iemnodations. Phione 2-9850. 12:30 to
1:0t:00 t1 ,:0 7:00 pim. )3R
R yING ouor week-end uests to the
Piece Transient Home,. except for
hi~w Army (Gaie. 1133 East Ann. Phone
1.OOMTS 1Oil M N : One single at $7 a
.x[ ,tl and h:fi a double at $5 a week.
We turnisi linens. Ten minutes drive
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rAVE VACANCIES for four male stu-
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ifouse on canpus. Call 2-2052. )2F
ROOM AND BOAIR D_
WANTLD --Bo ders. Apply 814 E. Uni-
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IPPLE S U
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ATTENTION-All with highly developed
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JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State Street. Ph. 8161.
Teacher of Piano
823 Dewey Ave. 27909.
F'OODU, FOOD, FOOD. Three meals a
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WANTED TO BUY
THREE TICKETS for the Michigan-
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TWO TICKETS to the Army-Michigan
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