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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1954

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18. TOffO

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'FINAL' TIME DRAWS NIGH:
Biannual Blues Take Campus by Storm

By EVA SIMON
"Hit the books" month seems to
be well under way.
With final exams a few days
away, students are cramming li-
braries and study halls, finishing
term papers and catching up on 16
weeks of reading assignments.
LOCAL book stores reported a
sudden demand for text books
from students who have recently
decided to begin the required read-
ing for their courses.
Language students especially
seem to be doing their fall se-
mester book buying now, one
salesman noted.
Course outlines are finding a
large market among hurried stu-
dents.
And of course bluebook manu-
facturers are reveling over the
regular biannual sales boom of
their unique product.
BUT MOST of the pre-finals
DAILY O'FFICI
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.
n the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1950
VOL. LX., No. 83
Notices
Graduate School Admission: Ap-
plications for admission to the
Horace H. Rackham School of
Graduate Studies for the second
semester will be accepted up to
and including Jan. 21. At that time
all necessary transcripts and other
credentials must also have been
submitted. Applications and cre-
dentials submitted after that date
cannot be accepted.
Student Aid Foundation: Finan-
cial aid through this foundation is
available to students who show
promise of outstanding achieve-
ment. The present policy is to
make grants as outright gifts to
students in the first two years of
college and as loans to students in
the later years. There is no resi-
dence requirement. Applications
must be completed by Feb. 20. For
further information, women are
referred to the Dean of Women's
Office; men should consult the
Scholarship Division, Office of
Stud Affairs.
BUREAU OF APPOINTMENTS:
National Bureau of Standards
announces summer positions for
juniors in physics, chemistry, met-
allurgy, and mathematics. Closing
date: January 31, 1950.
A representative of Roadway
Express, Inc., of Detroit, Michigan,

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LAST-MINUTE LABOR

rush is being weathered by the
general library.
Even during the Christmas
vacation, students used about
1,500 books from the library, ac-
cording to Fred. L. Dimock,
chief circulation librarian.
Apparently their appetite for
learning was only whetted by this
mass absorption of literature,for
the first day after vacation they
engulfed librarians with a demand
for 1,495 books, the record number
ever withdrawn in one day.
STUDENTS seemingly have
great confidence in audio-visual
methods of education. Local movie
houses reported no drop in at-
tendance due to approaching fi-
nals.
The slack in student social ac-
tivities, however, was indicated by
a rapidly diminishing list of "ap-
proved sponsored socal events" in
the Daily Official Bulletin.

[AL BULLETIN
will be at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, Wed., Jan. 18. They are in-
terested in employing February 19-
50 graduates with an interest in
transportation and traffic for
their training program. Those in-
terested contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, Ext. 371.
A representative from Travelers
Insurance Company will besat the
Bureau o f Appointments o n
Thurs., Jan. 19, to interview men
for sales promotion and supervis-
ory training, insurance experience
not needed. Men must be between
27 and 30, and will work as assist-
ant to agency manager. Positions
will be open in various areas in
Michigan.
A representative from The Louis
Allis Company of Milwaukee, Wis-
consin, will be at the Bureau of
Appointments Thurs., Jan. 19, to
interview Electrical Engineering
graduates interested in sales work.
After a 9 to 12 month training
program, the trainee will probably
be sent to district sales offices in
the East or Midwest.
A representative from the Muel-
ler Brass Company, Port Huron,
Michigan, will be at the Bureau of
Appointments on Fri., Jan. 20, to
interview February graduates in-
terested in the field of mechanical
engineering, sales, personnel ad-
ministration, and production plan-
ning and scheduling.
The Syvania Electric Products,

Inc., of Ottawa, Ohio, will have a
representative at the Bureau of
Appointments on Fri., Jan. 20, to
interview February, 1950 gradu-
ates. The company is interested in
engineers who have specialized in
electronics, chemistry, and me-
chanics.
A representative (S a g i n a w
Branch) of The Standard Oil
Company (Indiana) will be at the
Bureau of Appointments on Wed.,
Jan. 18, to interview Mechanical,
Chemical and Industrial Engineers
with an interest in sales engineer-
ing as a career. The position re-
quires a fundamental knowledge
of gasoline and Diesel operated ve-
hicles. It also requires that the
employee reside in Saginaw and
travel through the Northeastern
section of the state. Training is
offered thos selected.
The United States Department
of Agriculture of Ithaca, New
York has available a limited num-
ber of research assistantships. Ap-
plicants must be admitted by the
Graduate School of Cornell Uni-
versity as candidates for degrees
in vegetable crops, biochemistry,
nutrition, animal husbandry or
agronomy.
Radcliffe College of Cambridge,
Mass., offers a limited number of
fellowships covering the tuition fee
in whole or in part for the year
1950-51. The 10-month's training
program offers basic training for
young women intending to work
at the administrative level.
The U.S. Civil Servioe Commis-
sion announces an examination
for Economist, grades GS-7 to
GS-12. Specialized fields: Business
(Continued on .page 3)

Photo Plan
Costs Less,
Gach Says
Bob Gach, owner of a local
camera shop, yesterday defended
his proposed new method of
awarding picture-taking contracts
for large campus dances.
The plan has been attacked by
several campus photographers on
grounds that students would be
forced to pay for their pictures
twice, resulting in increased cost.
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BUT GACH contended that
under his plan, pictures would be
cheaper. The plan would require
the photographer to make only
negatives and contact prints, so
that students could have enlarge-
ments made up by any photo
finisher.
"The only other plan requires
students to pay for their finished
print, the negative, and all neg-
atives of pictures the photog-
rapher is unable to sell," Gach
said.
In answer to criticism that neg-
atives should not be given to cais-
tomers until the finished print is
made, Gach declared that "put-
ting films in the hands of the
public wouldn't be as bad as leav-
ing them in the hands of some of
the self-styled professionals now
taking pictures."
HE HAS proposed that the
Student Legislature adopt his
plan as a uniform means of regu-
lating photography at big dances,
by putting it more directly in
the hands of the University.
He suggested that some sort of
debate or discussion of the plan
be arranged.
Prof. Benjamin
To Lecture Today
Prof. Harold Benjamin, Dean of
the School of Education, Univer-
sity of Maryland, will give a Uni-
versity lecture, "Educational
Foundations of the World Com-
munity," at 4:15 p.m. today in
the Rackham Amphitheatre.
The lecture, which is the an-
nual History of Education Lec-
ture, is given under the auspices
of the history department and the
education school.

MICHIGAN DAILY
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Ph. 2-8401 evenings. )52R
SINGLE ROOM available in Grad.
Women's house for second semester.
Call 3-4410 or 6461. )49R
MEN'S DOUBLE near campus. $6.50
each. 120 N. Ingalls 2-6644. )48R
BOYS WHO requested double room at
702 Hutchins Tues. p.m. phone
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FOR GRAD WOMAN STUDENT-Com-
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baby sitting. Breakfast and laundry
privileges. Ph. 2-2666. )54Rj
ONE MAN to share apartment with 21
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TRANSPORTATION
WANTED-Ride to N.Y. or vicin. Can
leave Fri. aft., be back Feb. 9. Share
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FOR SALE
INVENTORY SPECIALS
Michigan Sweatshirts, $1.79; Navy
"T" shirts, 45c; 100% wool athletic
hose, 49c; B-15 type jacket, $8.88; all
wool flannel pants, $6.49. Sam's Store,
122 E. Washington. )6
ATKINSON'S PERFUMES
$4.50 size -- $2.00
$2.75 size - $1.00
Floral Frangrancies
CALKINS-FLETCHER
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ALL COLORS baby parakeets, canaries,
love-birds. Bird supplies and cages.
Mrs. Ruffins, 562 S. 7th, Phone 5330.
)2B
Special Group of Formals
at $15 - sizes 10-15
COUSINS
on State Street )2
1949 CHEV. DeLUXE Club Coupe, $1400.
All accessories. Cost $1850.00 nine
inos. ago. Dr. Lasky 2-2521, Ext. 339
or 480. )55
CONVERTIBLE Mercury.'48. Excellent
condition. Cream color. W.W., R &
H. 15,000 miles. Original owner. Must
sell. Can finance. Phone 2-8493 . )53
TUX-TAILS SET-Size 36-38. Topcoat
and sports coat also, size 38. Phone
3-4489. )51
USED TUX-Size 38 Reg. Excellent
condition. Reasonable. Call Ken,
8157._) 61
NOW-THE TIME to get your order in
for a TIME or LIFE subscription to
start at the beginning of thessecond
semester. You can still get student
rates2Student Periodical Agency. Ph.
28242 today.)3
FOR SALE
TYPEWRITER - Underwood standard
No. 5. Good working condition. $30.
Call Don Couden 2-3481 after 7 p.m.
_ )56
LONG, drape model tuxedo. Size 38 to
40. Excellent condition. Ph. 22202 and
ask for Russ. Or call at_1212 Hill. )5F
FULL DRESS SUIT--Size 401lnt.
With shirt & vest. $30. Call 3-4710.)60
SUIT OF FORMAL TAILS-Size 38-40.
Price $35. Phone 2-1284. Call after 5.
)59

SAT. FORSALE_
SA. NIGHT J-Hop ticket for 2. Call
Jerry Witt, 2-3219. )58
MAN'S lightweight bicycle. 3-speed
gears, hand brakes, basket Light.
$40. ___) 42
BUSINESS SERVICES _
LEAVE JUNIOR with a reliable baby
sitter while you go out-anytime.
Kiddie Kare, 3-1121. )3R5
NEARLY NEW SHOP-Fur and cloth<
coats, formal1s, suits. 10912EM Wash-
ington over Dietzel's. Ph. 2-4669. )27B
EFFICIENT, expert, prompt typewriter
repair service. Moseley's Typewriter
and.SupplyCompany, 214 E. Washing-
ton. Phone 5888. ) 5B
SHIRTS - Nine hour service (by re-
quest). Three day - service (regular
service). Ace Laundry, 1116 S. Uni-
versity. )21B
HAVE YOUR typewriter repaired by the
Office Equipment Service Company,
215 E. Liberty. )16B
HILDEGARDE SHOPPE
109 E. Washington
Expert Alterations
Custom Clothes
Established Tradition )3B
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
Van Doren Clarinet Reeds
Box of 25 - $4.50
New and Used Instruments
209_E._Washington )4B
WASHING and/or ironing done in my
own home. Free pick-up and deliv-7
ery. Phone 2-9020. )1B
SYLVIA STUDIO OF DANCE - Ball-
room, tap, acrobatic,, ballet. Over
Michigan Theatre. Phone 8066._)32B
WE HAVE three 'expert typewriter repair
men and one factory trained fountain7
pen repair man. Prompt service
MORRILL$, 314 S. State, Ph. 7177.
) 36B
HELP WANTED
UNDERGRADUATE or graduate woman
to work for room and board. Call 2-5151
after 7 pm. )23H

PERSONAL
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
209 S. State
Phone 8616 )1P
CLUB 211 BULLETIN
New Club 211 Policy-No expiration
date on meal tickets! Tickets hon-
ored on any day. Need not be used
on consecutive days, Your ticket ex-
pires only when all meals have been
punched. J.D.M. ) 42P
STUDENTS--And otherwise! Attention
The Michiganenslan must put
in its order for the number of 1950
'Ensians to be ptinted, by January 31,
1950. Please order yours today--so
that we may order your 'Ensian for
you. )51iP
HEY JACK-I'm saving real dough by
eating the daily 59c dinner special at
J. D. Miller's cafeteria. Believe it or
not, this includes entree, potatoes,
vegetable, salad or dessert (pie or
cake), bread and butter, beverage.
Try it yourself! Only 59c. Yours, Bil
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_Prompt service. Ph. 2-9437. )3M
TYPING DONE-Phone 2-7262. )4M
FOR RENT
VACANCY for male students. Rooms
can be used as apartment. No single
rooms. Call 2-2052. )47R
ROOMS available for students' guests
J-Hop weekend. Private home ac-
commodations. Phone 2-9850, 12:30
_to 1:00, 6:00 to 7:00_p.m.________
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