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Of Progress
In Medicine

(Continued from Page 1)
the 'symptoms. "The runny nose
and sleepless sights will usually
disappear, but the cold is by no
means cured-only the symptoms
have been relieved," he empha-
sized.
Dr. Sheldon told Press Club
members that about 280 sub-
stances were used in a hunt for
a good antihistamine.
"ATCH and cortisone have
placed medical science on the
threshold of the most important
discoveries ever made," Dr.
Jerome Conn, professor of internal
medicine revealed.
"In some cases, within a few
hours after the use of ATCH or
cortisone, the symptoms of the
disease disappear," he said. "But
if the injections are discontinued,
the symptoms will usually appear
after about two days.
"Because c nIy about six people
in the country have taken ATCH
steadily for a year, the effect of a
continued use of the hormones
over an extended period is not
known," he emphasized.
The panel, which consisted of
Dr. Robert Schneider, Dr. Conn,
Dr. Sheldon and Dr. Rabinovitch,
was conducted by Dean A. C.
Furstenberg, of the medical
school.
Young Blasts
US. Papers
(Continned from Page 1)
editor of the Flint Journal, the
eitation described President
Euthven as follows:
"For twenty-one years his has
been the steady hand at the helm
which has brought the University
.. through the threatening seas
of domestic distress and the storms
of international strife. In a time
of rapid and baffling change .,..
his leadershiphas carried the Uni-
versity to new heights of useful-
ness and dignity."

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Lilienthal.
To Speak at
Hill Thursday
David Lilienthal will open the
1950-51 lecture series at 8:30 p.m.
Thursday in Hill Auditorium,'
speaking on "Atomic Energy for
Peace."
Best known in his recent post
as chairman of the Atomic Ener-
g-y Commission, Lilienthal attract-
ed nation-wide notice with his sur-
prise resignation last year.
* * *
PRESIDENT Harry Truman, ac-
cepting the resignation, termed
Lilienthal's AEC work a "tough
pioneering job." Tough jobs have
never foiled Lilienthal, who pre-
viously held down posts as direc-
tor and chairman of the Tennessee
Valley Authority for 13 years.
Believing in the wisdom of
the people, "whenhthey are given
half a chance to be wise," Lil-
ienthal reorganized- the author-
ity allowing the Tennessee peo-
ple to participate in the plan-
ning.
Lilienthal will head a distin-
guished list of speakers including
Charles Laughton, Lowell Thom-
as, Jr.,"and William Laurence.
These speakers will fill the first
semester's bill, with John Mason
Brown, Bennett Cerf and Julien
Bryant scheduled for next semes-
ter.
The speakers will cover the
new atomic processes, American
humor, the English and Tibe-
ltan scene, drama and literary
criticism.
Student rate tickets will be on
sale until Thursday, at $2.40 for
unreserved second balcony seats
for the entire series. Main floor
and first balcony seats, as well as
single tickets for the Lilienthal
lecture are also on sale at the
Hill Auditorium box office, which
is open daily from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. and 2 to 5 p.m.

Press Club Awards

Bid Mix-up
Might Ruin
A-Hop--Belii
"It's a horrible mix-up and i
may prove disastrous," Dave B
lin, '51, president of the Asso
ciation of Independent Men sai4
yesterday.
"Somehow the idea has got
around campus that the A-Hoe
tonight is 'girl bid'," he explained
"This is completely erroneous, bu
too many men have waited fo:
women to ask them."
"Because of the A-Hop nam
many people think that just As
sembly is putting it on, and there
fore it's up to the women to d
the asking. In reality, the dance i
co-sponsored by Assembly an
AIM, and the dating duties be
long to the men."
According to Belin, numerou4
men on campus are set for an in-
expensive evening, having accept-
ed the dates of women wh4
thought it was their turn to pick
and choose.
A-Hop, the first big' dance o
the year, will be from 9 p.m. to
a.m. today in the League, wit
thee, profits going to the Phoen
Project, Entitled Moon 'Midst
punning hairmen have added th
catch-phrase,- .:"It's out of thi
world."
Daily Classifieds
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FELLOWSHIPS-Inez Persson, left, of Solberg, Fryas, Sweden,
and Albert Rojnik, 24 years old, of Vienna, Austria, were awarded
University Press Club of Michigan fellowships for two semesters
of study at the University and a year's internship working for
various Michigan papers yesterday.
TU' Students Losing_'Cold' War

-Courtesy Fred Thompson
WITH ADMIRING SMILES the members of the Wolverine cheerleader look on as Tom Tillman, head
cheerleader, does a pre-game handstand on the hood of the squad's automobile. Watching (from
right to left) are Don Hurst, Jeff Knight, Dick Hanna, Ed Buchanan, Bill Parrish (assistant head
cheerleader), Remo Boila, Steve Kash, Fred Thompson, and Duncan Erley.

U' Foreign
Students Will
Be Welcomed
An official welcome will be given
to all foreign students attending
the University at 8 p.m. today in
the Rackham Amphitheatre.
The students will be welcomed
by Esson Gale, director of the In-
ternational Center who will de-
scribe the University's educational
program for foreign students.
Gale will introduce Dean Craw-
ford, of the college of engineering,
who will also speak to the students
who compose the largest group,
786 in number, of foreign students
ever to attend the University.
Following the welcome in the
amphitheatre, a reception will be
held in the Assembly Hall in Rack-
ham. There the students will be
received by the Board of Govern-
ors and the Director of the Inter-
national Center.
After the reception, refresh-
ments will be served and a dance
will be given. As in the past, many
of the students will wear their
native costumes.
BusAd Council
PetitionsReady
Nominating petitions for posi-
tions of the Business Administra-
tion Council may now be picked
up in Rm. 150, Business Adminis-
tration Bldg.
Petitions must be returned by
4 p.m. Monday to the same room.
Only signatures of business ad-
ministration students may be so-
licited.
All full-time business adminis-
tration students who express their
intention to spend at least a year
in the school are eligible to pe-
tition.,

Labor, Not Glamour, Crux
Of Pep Squad's Success

By SIDNEY KLAUS
There is more to cheerleading
than backbreaking cheers and
throat-splitting yells, according to
Tom Tillman, head cheerleader of
the Wolverines.
During the fall the cheerleading
squad practices for more than two
hours every day, coordinating
their timing and motions.
"EACH SATURDAY of the foot-
ball season we're prepared for a
real workout," Tillman reported.j
"We leave the field wringing wet,I
and we usually can't talk above
Soph Satire
Leads Chosen
Casting for the Soph Satire has
been completed and the following
lead roles have been announced:
Hamlet, Dave Mufray; Jack, Dave
Callahan; Susie, Betty Wiles; Rog-
er, Frank Paretta; Agnes, Ruth
Orr; and Porter, Conwell Carring-
ton.
The women's chorus will consist
of Lois Abrams, Nancy Dorsey,
Maury Clark, Sue Boll, Lou Boon-
stra, Evelyn Challis, Margie Boss,
Nancy Stevens, and Jean Purvis.
Those named to the men's chorus
are Jim Buck, Jack Ehlers, Don
Boydston, Joe Heinlein, Dave
Lauer, Leo Wasserberger, Milt
Goetz, Otto Molmen, and Bruce
Rogers.
Anyone interested in working on
any part of the production, to be
given Oct. 27, should contact Fran
Hanslovsky, Dave Connell, or Jim
Yobst.

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PRESIDENT RUTHVEN
. , . Receives citation

CIRUSIFEE

a whisper for three hours follow-
ing the game."
According to members of the
squad, one of the more difficult
jobs of a cheerleader is teaching
a new cheer to the 20,000 'U'
students. "Because we never
have any time to practice with
the cheering section as a whole,
we usually shy away from any
new cheer more difficult than
'Rah, team, rah'," they ex-
plained.
Tillman remarked that though
during the game the squad has
some of the best seats they prob-
ably see less football than anyone
else inside the stadium. "We are
either leading yells or dodging
photographers.
"But of course there are conso-
lations," he added. "We plan to
send men to all away games, and
probably to the Rose Bowl."
* * *
TILLMAN also described the
psychological aspect of cheerlead-
ing. The handstands, backflips and
somersaults, which are executed on
the field are, it seems, expression
in motion of the crowd's enthusi-
asm.
Also, for a psychological rea-
son, all members of the ten man
squad are in favor of group
seating at the game. They real-
ize that students sitting with
friends are more inclined to
cheer than when sitting with
strangers.
Tillman emphasized that it
wasn't necessary for one to have
acrobatic skill to try out for the
squad. He pointed out that all a
prospective cheerleader needs is a
"well developed sense of rhythm, a
strong voice, enthusiasm and a
good sense of sportsmanship."
* * *
THOUGH the freshman gym-
nastics team has supplied many
of the varsity cheerleaders, sev-
eral have developed from the
cheerleading school that was or-
ganized last spring. The school
has developed into an annual af-
fair.
During the winter, cheer-
leaders appear at every home
basketball game, and upon re-
quest, travel to high schools
throughout Michigan to teach
Big Ten cheer'leading technique.
Plans of the squad for the re-
mainder of the grid season in-
clude playing host to a high school
cheerleaders clinic at the Indiana
game. At that time the visiting
cheerleaders will perform along
with the Varsity during the half
time intermission.
Alumnus Elected
Donald Cook, '35, featured in
the current issue of the Michigan
Alumnus Magazine, was recently
elected to the newly established
position of vice-chairman of the
Securities and Exchange Commis-
sion.
Cook went to work for the ex-
change after getting a Master of
Business Administration degree
from the University in 1937.
NOW SHOWING
Feature at 1:30
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ROMAE...
on the Bordr

Men needn't be worried if
they're getting the cold shoulder
from their favorite date.
Health Service reports an un-
usually severe epidemic of colds
this fall.
The majority of the cases are
not serious, according to Dr. W.
M. Brace, senior physician for
men. He added that most students
are being treated with different
antihistamines in an effort to
determine the effectiveness of the
new drug.
Dr. Brace reports that a large
number of pneumonia cases have
also developed in the University.
"Approximately a dozen students
who were susceptible to the disease
and did not treat their colds pro-
perly are now recuperating in
Health Service."
In spite of extensive research,

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di rtations, etc. Call,2-9848 or 2-
4228.
TyPEWRITERANAFOUNTAIN~PENS
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LEAVE JUNIOR ih areliable baby
sitter while you go out - anytime.
KiddieKare, 3-1121. )10B
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GtOD RENTAL TYPEWRITERS now
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Call 8066 for information. )20B
FORRENT
Cal 8O 46 S f or three. Alo single.
Cl876ater_:0 _ 13F
RANTED-Male student to share apt.
All cdnvefiences. Ph. 34073. 1229
White St. )16F
STUDENT apartment-Men. Two rooms.
Close to campus. Call Mr. Wright,
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HELP WANTED

doctors have not yet determined
the causes of or the cures for this
complex disease. Staying in bed
will serve as a legitimate class cut
and will prevent the germ from
spreading.
Dr. Brace adds a word of warn-
ing: the university doctors expect
an outbreak of colds every fall,
January, and March. So far, they
haven't been disappointed.

HELPWANTED
GIILS NEEDED to baby sit during foot-
ball games. Call Kiddie Kare. 3-1121.
_)10B
SALES HELP WANTED-To solicit for
advertisements. Good pay. Ron Smith,
412 Mich. Hse. West Quad. Ph. 2-4401.
_ _ )26H
EXPERIENCED STORE CLERK for
men's shoes and furmings. Part time.
Good pay. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington._5
TYPISTS NEEDED soon. Speed import-
ant. Use own typewriter. Call Don
Anderson. Student Periodical Agency,
2-82-42. ) 2H
FOR SALE
1938 LASALLE, radio,' heater, good tires,
good condition throughout. Call
5779. )46
DODGE-1939 late. Top condition. Mo-
tor has 50,000 miles only. Deluxe
heater. Spare' tire, etc. Call Charles,
3-1230, between 5-9_daily. )47
SEASON TICKETS on main floor: 2
Choral Union Concert Series. 1 Extra
Concert Series. 1 Lecture Series.
Phone: 2-0209. ____)44
STENOTYPE MACHINE excellent con-
dition. Purchased new for secretarial
training. Never used professionally.
Call 6547 after six. )45
TWO COMPLETE GOLF OUTFITS -
Used, in good condition, including
some special model clubs. Reasonable.
Phone 2-4055. )37
ALL COLOR PARAKEETS, canaries,
finches, cocketiels. Bird supplies and
cages. 562 S. th, Ph. 5330. )2B
CONN TENOR SAXOPHONE-Used one
year. Like new. Very reasonable. 314
Catherine, upstairs. )35
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STORE-Levis-3.55, your best buy for
work or play. The original cowboy
dungarees. We have #.evis for boys,
men and ladies-also Levi jackets.
122 E. Washington. )5
TAILS-Tailor made. 39 long and acces-
sories. Also dark blue dress suit. Very
reasonable._Ph. 8618. )33
FOR SALE-1930 ChevroletCoupe, good
condition, radio and heater. Call Don
Edge, 2-4481. )30
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room. Student landlord. Ph. 2-8545,
6-7. - )23R
i2 DOUBLE for upper classman near
campus. Innerspring mattress, show-
ers, cooking privileges, gas heat. 415
Lawrence, shown from 603 Lawrence.
Ph. 2-3673 or Ypsilanti 794J. L )1R
ATTRACTIVE STUDENT ROOMS- Cor-
ner of Hill and Washtenaw. $6.00 a
week, furnished. Call 2-6824. )28R
TOURIST HOME for Overnight Guests.
Bath, Shower. Reasonable Rates. 518
E. Williams St. Phone 3-8454. )12R
TWO double rooms for men students.
524 Hill St. Ph. 3-8126 after 1:00. )29R
ONE meal a day for services. Male stu-
dent-room to share extra, 'or room
for services. 2-2052. )30R
2-ROOM SUITE for 3 men, two blocks
from campus. Private Phone. Terrific
deal. Phone 3-4738. Mrs. Niles. )31R
ROOMS available for students' guests
football week-ends.. Private home ac-
commodations. Phone 2-9850, 12:30 to
1:00 or_7:00 to 8:00 p.m. )14R
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Ray Hatch Dance Studio
Class or Private Lessons
209 S. State-Phone A.A. 5083 )4P
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