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THE MIC'IGAN DAILY

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ter-Racial

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Group Starts
Campus Club
Beta MuTo Ask
Fraternity Status
A non-sectarian, sinter-racial
Droup, the Beta Mu Club, will ap-
ply for recognition as a fraternity
next June.
Catholics, Protestants, Jewish
and Negro students are at present
Letive members.
** *
THE GROUP hopes that this
ype of fraternity may help to es-
ablish a pattern against racial
nd religious intolerance in Ameri-
an colleges and universities.
In accordance with University
rules, Beta Delta Mu is operat-
ing as a club during its first
year on the campus.
Meanwhile, continued efforts
are being made to obtain a house
or the 19 present members. This
!ouse will be run on a cooperative
basis.
A SMOKER will be held at 2
p.m. Sunday at the Union. Any
nen interested in obtaining fur-
her information may attend.
Beta'Delta Mu is a new frater-
nity nationally. This will be its
fourth chapter. The three organ-
zed chapters are all located in
New York City.
Although their rushing will be
imited this semester the Beta Mu's
hope to expand as soon as they
gain recognition as a fraternity,

MICHIGAN DAILY FOF
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING FOR SALE-Mad

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 theOffice of the
Assistant to the President, Room 25:52
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1949
VOL. LX, No. 9

letin that no notice will be printed
more thgn twice and furthermore,
that the Editor expects to use his
own judgment in reducing un-
reasonably long notices to reason-
able length.
Frank E. Robbins
Assistant to the President
Faculty, College of Engineering:
Meeting, Fri., Oct. 7, 4:15 p.m.,
348 W. Engineering Bldg.
Rushing registration continues
until Thurs., Oct. 6, Rm. 3-C, Un-
ion, 1-5 p.m.

Phone 23-24 -1
HOURS: 1 to 5 P.M.
RATES

Notices

LINES
2
3
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Figure.
Classified
urday is
A.M. for

I DAY 3
.50
.60
.80
5 average
J deadlinec
3 P.M.
r Sunday I

DAYS 6 DAYS
1.02 1.68
1.53 2.52
2.04 .4.80
words to a line.
daily except Sat-
Saturdays, 11:30
ssue.

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JOAN KING
New DIaily Librarian

Users of the Daily Official Bul-
letin: Need of conserving space
makes necessary the following
announcements: (1) Notices of
meetings or organizations will be
restricted to the name of the or-
ganization concerned, day, time,

x

Sp~ace Saved
In 'U' Library
By Microfilm
About 1,000 books are added to
the General Library every year-
all on tiny spools of microfilm.
Microfilm books and documents
are a boon to the library because
of overcrowded shelves.
ALL DISSERTATIONS or re-
search studies written by Univer-
sity students working for the de-
gree of Doctor of Philosophy are
now being microfilmed for the Li-
brary.
The bulk of the University's
collection of microfilm, however,
is devoted to foreign scientific
journals and to manuscripts pre-
served in British libraries and
museums.
Both of these collections started
as war-time projects, when the
University was the nation's center
for receipt of films of British man-
uscripts. Scientific periodibals,
smuggled out of an enemy nation,
were filmed at the University.
DR. WARNER G. RICE, Library
director, believes that there is
ver'y little possibility of a library
substituting microfilm for ordi-
nary printed books and magazines
any time in the near future.
While the film is easy to store,
it is also expensive, he said.
From the standpoint of space
in a crowded library, it would be
advisable to place on microfilm all
the.files of newspapers, he pointed
out. However, the cost of filming
newspapers is considerably larger
than the cost of bound volumes
of newspapers.

and place of meeting, andi
of speaker and subject. (2)
tices for the D.O.B. must be

name
No-
type-

written and double-spaced for
editorial convenience.
F. E. Robbins
Users of the Daily Official Bul-
letin: Because of the inordinate
length of the D.O.B. the Editor is
obliged to warn users of the Bul-

Student Identification C
be given out in the lob
Administration Building t'
according to the followin
betical schedule: Wed
A-G; Thursday, H-Q;
R-Z.
Boarding for Women:
Openings are still avai
women students intere
boarding at student-opens
operatives at exception
(Continued on Page 3

FOR SALE_
ards will FR- A --
of the FOR SALE-A G.E. refrigerator, irca
y 1940, clean and in excellent working
his week condition, apartment size. Inspection
lg alpha- arranged. Call 2-7560 or write W. B.
Goodman. 618 Packard. )62
ln es d ay, YOU WILL NEED TIME this year. The
Friday, busiest students read TIME because
TIME saves you time. A weeks news
in one or two hour's reading. Costs
less than 10c a week at the student
rate of $4.75 a year. Subscribe now
by phoning 2-82-42. )3
lable for '37 PLYMOUTH COUPE. Priced for fast
sted in sale, $200._1372 Sudbury Ct., w.v. )61
ated co- 1949 PLYMOUTH DeLUXE-4 door sedan
all low for sale, All accessories including
ally low radiator and heater. Used only 4
) months. Student leaving country.
Phone 4971. )60
CAMERA-Busch Pressman, 2%x3% in.
(Graphic type) range finder, flash gun,
Ektar lens, new condition, $175.
Tom Piper, 6943, evenings. ) 59
FOR SALE-Whizzer motorbike. Con-
tact Byron4Dean, Room 4 WMCA,
phone 2-6564. )58
'37 FORD TUDOR-R&H tires, motor,
brakes and starting all good, $150.
Kalt Parker, 2-5184. )57

Oratorical Association Lecture Course
OPENING NUMBER

WE'LL

MARY GARDEN
speaking on
MY MEMORIES
OF THE OPERA
Hill Auditorium
TONIGHT at 8:30
Season Tickets 7.80, 6.60, and 5.40

ALL GO
ALL PULL
TOGETHER

Selling Out
EVERYTHING MUST GO
Must vacate building y Sunday, Oct. 9
Motorcycles * Scooters * Cars
20% OFF on all CUSHMAN
Parts and Accessories
INDIAN PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
25% OFF
NeW and Used Power Lawn Mowers
Below Cost
7 CARS $40 to $495
Nothing Held Back
Save on Any and Everything!
All Sales Final - All Sales Cash
MAC'S
AUTO MART
420 N. Main - Ph. 2-0065 )29
MAN'S ENGLISH Overcoat. Size 40,
Misses 2 fur coats, black cloth coat,
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 up to
50 per cent. Office equipment, 215
S. Fourth. )4
BICYCLE--Gir.'s English. 3-speed,
hand-brakrs. Good condition. 714
Haven. Phone 2-9580. )44
UNPAINTED
FURN ITURE
Complete stock of 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-
self.
Gill Lumber Co.
524 So. Main St. Phone 2-4555.
"Where the Greater- Number Get
Their Lumber"

Single Admissions 1.50,

1 .20, and 90c

Hill Auditorium Box Office
Open 10 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.

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THE QUIET ONE

* WE AMERICANS enjoy the
highest standard of living in
the world. But the best is
yet to be. If we all pull to-
gether there's no limit on
how far we can go together.
We can have even better
food, better clothing, better
wages, better homes, more
leisure and more educational
and medical facilities.
We can have all this IF we
all continue to work together
and share together... IF we
continue to realize that our
standard of living will rise in
proportion to how well we
produce ... through better
machines, better methods,
better teamwork.
So let's produce more effi.
ciently than ever. Let's cre-
ate new industries and ex-
pand old ones-make more
new jobs for more people.
Let's show the world what
Americans can do when they
really TRY!

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HILL AUDITORIUM
TUES., OCT. 18 - 2 SHOWS
7 and 9:30 P.M.
DANNY KAYE
AND HIS
ALL STAR COMEDY REVUE
featuring .
SKITCH HENDERSON and
His Orchestra
PAGE CAVANAUGH TRIO
DOROTHY DORBEN DANCERS
Other Headline Acts!!
MAIL ORDERS NOW!!
Send check and self-addressed,
stamped envelope to
PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION
University of Michigan
AdviseyShow Desired
ALL SEATS RESERVED
Prices: $2.40 - $1.50 - $1.20
Box Office Sale Opens
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7
Sponsorship:
PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION
University of Michigan
Benefit:
University Fresh Air Camp

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