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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THUIRSDAY, DECEMBER, 15, 1949

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MILLIONAIRES TO TRY:
'U' Doctor Says Claim
Of Longer Life Possible

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

By JOHN DAVIES
The three aging millionaires
'who called a 78-year-old British
,old age specialist to help them live
as long as possible "are quite like-
Jy to be helped," according to a
prominent specialist in internal
pmedicine at the University Hos-
ital.
The British specialist, Dr. Maur-
ice Ernest, arrived in New York
City recently, according to the As-
oclated Press.
"THE BRITISH DOCTOR may
find ways to help them regiment
their lives so that they will live
longer than they otherwise would
have," the University Hospital doc-
tor said.
Commenting on a remark of
Dr. Ernest's to the effect that
a person "should be able to live
as long as he wants, provided
there is no radical fault," the
Ann Arbor doctor said "There
is a popular impression, not sci-
Students May
Obtain Books
Over Holidays
Libraries Will Grant
Special Permission
Students who have been hoping
to study during the holiday vaca-
tion will be able to use books
from the University's libraries.
With special permission stu-
dents leaving Ann Arbor may
borrow books from the stacks for
the entire period. Any books al-
ready withdrawn, however, muast
be renewed before vacation starts,
and permission will be granted at
that time only if no one is waiting
for the book.
* * *
BOOKS FROM- the study halls
may be reserved in advance for
the holiday period. No student
may reserve more than one such
volume.
Books not in great demand
may be taken out today, others
tomorrow.
All must be returned before
ten o'clock of the first school day
after vacation.
* * *
FOR THOSE students who will
be remaining in Ann Arbor, spe-
cial provisions have been made.
These students may ask to have
study hall books put on reserve
for them which will be kept at the
main library desk.
Such books may be borrowed
for short periods during the va-
cation if there is no demand for
them.
A one dollar fine may be levied
on those students who fail to obey
the library regulations and re-
move library 14ooks from Ann Ar-
bor without permission.

entifically proven, that the will
to live helps people through ser-
ious illness.
"And there is also an impres-
sion that lack of it hastens deter-
ioration. It is often pointed out
that active men who retire with-
out any other serious interests
than their work deteriorate rapid-'
ly," the local doctor said:
"Furthermore, advances in med-
ical and surgical science make
possible the successful outcome in
older people of serious illnesses or
operations which might not even
have been attempted a decade
ago," he continued.
It is probably helpful that Dr.
Ernest is 78 years old, since he
thus knows how aged people feel,
the University Hospital doctor
added.
Dr. Ernest is the author of a
book, "The Longer Life." He told
the Associated Press that he had
concentrated for the past 45 or 50
years on "what could be done to
escape what I consider the great-
est humiliation known to mankind
-unwanted death and decrepit old
age."
His system of prolonging life is,
in general, treating each physical
defect individually as it is discov-
ered, he said.
Free Funeral Rum
Early New England towns pro-
vided the rum for pauper's fu-
rterals.

JAMES A ROBERTSON
* . *4
uad Direct
English Coll(
West Quad Resident Director s
Peter A. Ostafin, of the sociology p
department, will leave for Eng- ti
land in mid-February to observeh
systems of education in English h
universities.P
During his absence, James H.
Robertson, of the English depart- v
ment, will serve as acting resi-d
dent director of the Quad. f
* * *
GRANTED A semester's leave of
absence by the Board of Regents,
Ostafin will spend most of his
time at Oxford University.
He plans to participate in the
Englisharesidential college sys- t
tem, as it exists both at Ox- 1
ford and the University .of Cam- v
bridge.e
Attending lectures and tutorial ( t

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).
THURSDAY, DEC. 15, 1949
VOL. LX., No. 69
Notices
Graduate School offices in the
Vackham building will not be open
on Sat., Dec. 24.
Closing hours in women's resi-
dences Jan. 2, 1950, will be 11 p.m.
Please post this notice.
Applications for fellowships and
scholarships in the G r a d u a t e
School for 1950-51 are available in
the offices of the Graduate School,
Rackham Building. Students in-
tending to apply, or to renew a
previous application, are asked to
obtain the forms as soon as pos-
sible. Competition closes Feb. 15,
1950.
The Board of U.S. Civil Service

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-Examiners, Department of the Air r
Force, Chanute Air Force Base, E
Illinois, announces examinations
for Instructors in weather mete-
orology, rawinsonde repair and r
operation, and weather observer. c
Salary $3100 to $6400 per annum. V
For additional information call at 1
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad- c
ministration on Tuesdays, Thurs- a
days, or Fridays.-c
t
Library hours, Christmas vaca- n
tion: During Dec. 16 and Jan. 2, E
the General Library will be open
from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. with the ex- a
ception of the periods from Satur- v
day to Monday, Dec. 24 to 26 and
Dec. 31 to Jan. 2.
The Divisional Libraries will be
open on short schedules, the usual
hours being 10-12 noon and 2-4 n
p.m. They will be closed Satur-
days, Dec. 24 and 31, and Mon- I
days, Dec. 26 and Jan. 2. Scheduless
will be posted on the doors.- s
Exceptions are as follows: t
Architecture Library, closed Dec. 7
27-31. t
Astronomy Library, closed Dec.
17-Jan. 2.
Chemistry Library, closed Dec. E
27-28. I
Dentistry Library, 9-12 noon t
and 1-4:30 p.m. I
East Engineering Library and t
Engineering Library, 9-12 noon a
and 2-5 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Grand Rapids, closed Dec. 17- 1
Jan. 2.
Hospital Library, 8-12 noon and
1-5 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Physics Library, 10-12 noon,
Monday-Friday. t
Transportation Library, 8 - 12 t
noon and 1-5 p.m., Monday-Fri-I
day.I
Vocational Guidance, c 1 o s e d I
Dec. 17-Jan. 2. c
Willow Run Study Hall, closed n
Dec. 17-Jan. 2.
Detroit Branch, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.,
Monday-Friday. I
g
A representative of the Reynoldsa
Metals Company of Louisville, will p
be in our office Tuesday afternoon g
and Wednesday, Jan. 3 and 4 to
interview February graduates for
training as follows: production
control, combination mechanical "
or industrial engineer and businessn
administration, positions in Phoe-
nix and Louisville; Indusrtial engi- p
neer, Richmond, Va.; sales for FoilF
Department. No specific back-
grounl requirements (metallurgyE
would be helpful). For additional
information, and appointments for
interviews call Bureau of Appoint-
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ion, centering in the residence vegetab
halls, with the practices developed Try it
here under the Michigan House Bill.
Plan.
OSTAFIN will focus his obser- JIMMI
ations on relations between stu-
lents and faculty within the Ox- CLUB 21
ford residence halls. tickets!
He explained that the West Need no
Your ti
Quad Faculty Associate program, meals h
as part of the Michigan House T
Plan, draws on the English con-
cept of residence halls life.'
Ostaf in has been associated with
he West Quad since it opened in .T4
.939. Robertson was resident ad- D
isor of Wenley House prior to
ntry into the U.S. Army, He re-
urned to the University in 1945. Gilbert
ments, 3528 Administration Bldg.,
Ext. 371. XMAS
The Bureau of Appointments KA
has-received a request from the
Stewart Warner Corp., South
Wind Division, Indianapolis, for a
Mechanical Engineer or a Chemi-
al Engineer with a fluent reading
and speaking knowledge of Cze-
hoslovakian. Anyone who is in-
erested or knows anyone that
might qualify please call at the
Bureau, 3528 Administration Bldg.
This applies to February gradu-
ates or anyone who has graduated
within the last two years.
Lectures
University Lecture: "An Immu-
nological Approach to Problems of
Fertilization And Development."
Dr. Albert Tyler, Associate Profes-
sor of Embryology, California In-
titute of Technology; auspices of
he Department of Zoology.8 pA.,
Thurs.,,Dec. 15, Rackham Amphi-
heater.
University Lecture. "Problems of
Policy and Administration in an
nternational Organization." Wal-
er H. C. Laves, Deputy General
Drector of UNESCO; auspices of
he Institute for Social Research
and the Department of Political
Science. 4:15 p.m., Fri., Dec. 16,
Rackham Amphitheatre.
Academic Notices Made
Doctoral Examination for Ar-
hur Edwin Johnson, Jr., Educa-
tion; thesis: "Development of an
Interest Blank to Differentia~te
Types of Mechanical Interest," 2
p.m., Thurs., Dec. 15, West Coun-
il Room, Rackham Bldg. Chair-
man, H. C. Koch.
Doctoral Examination for Lyle
Frederick Albright, Chemical En- 3-
ineering; thesis: "Thermodyn-
imic Properties of Freon' 13," 3
.m., Thurs., Dec. 15, 3201 E. En- -
gineering Bldg. Chairman, J. J.
Martin.

Doctoral Examination for David
John Davis, Education; thesis:
'A Comparative Study of Achieve-
ment Levels of Twelfth Grade Pu-
ils on a Test Designed to Measure
Functional Competence in Mathe-
matics," 4 p.m., Thurs., Dec. 15,
West Council Room, Rackham
Bldg. Chairman, H. C. Koch.
Doctoral Examination for Ern-
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