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e t 6.Unirsstaidents who
. tsnx bers- of-. different
UgtS 'ms tke*Naiona1 'Guard and
the Organized Reserve Corps had
"fitter :cheokWt1!e t1 draft,status,
iaugetka e p e ent tup is a
M slp itkkns,.. - -
n'Arbbtft s N"VtlonaI =Guard
tit4la ni'sefty tudets, who
arer liyl t'o' b*''aledxF Ser-
ea4ff' ti4Wi' of tfie 4th Division
'NY'1Ai-1 TE, tliey are given
Speciarin$ deritiffby he diraft
1 - . bers of the Nation-
'a Guard, and exemption is quite
k In regard to the Michigan Na-
tional ar d in tot6, it is tbe--
.iev ia '!th Guard will not
be canledi$ kctive duty beeuse
,of, the strategic positions it is
lde Detroit, Flint, 4rand lta-
:pds, and the Soo
Ann Arbor's Organized Reserve
Corps has approximately X50 Uni.
vertft9st'udehts- ont. it- member-
sh.i sta eording- to Captain F..
N elanh ge p called _
" a d .07dPendent.upon the
Yts to which they belong.
HOSE MEMBERS of "organ-
iunits" are exempt fromathe
aft; but are subject to call if
unit itself is ordered by the
eral Government to active
Members of the "training
its" of the ORC are subject
call as individuals. No con-
4eration is given the indivi-
ua1 by the draft board if he
Ids this Reserve membership.
eserve officers, however, are
somatically deferred from the
t. Several University students
in this category.
* * *
HE RESERVE now has nine
anized units and six training
ts. Capt. Pool pointed out that
h organized units and indi-
als are being called up period-
'It is possible that additional
its will continue to be called
depending upon the inter-
tional situation," Pool said.
ol lauded the interest shown
I he Reserve this year by stu-
ts. "More intest_ has,een
wn this year thanast, pssibly
g to the Nationalemergency,"
he membership in the Reserve
remained about the sme, but
4re the Guard had 30 student
nbers last year, this year it
The majority of the University
S gents are very good men and
,make very good soldiers," Ser-
t trite said.
ad the Classified Ads
Legion Wants Shake Up
In State Department
LOS ANGELES - (A') - The
American Legion, after hours of
bitter wrangling, yesterday voted
to "demand" that President Tru-
man shake up his State Depart-
Mi ht Strike
1low at MIA's
Administrators of the various
medical institutions throughout
the University and Ann Arbor feel
that the new draft status for doc-
tors will. strike a limited blow at
their staffs, but that it is much
too -early to foresee any lasting
Only a limited number of doc-
tors are scheduled to register Mon-
day. They will be men who were
trained at government expense or
deferred during World War II as
* * *
EVENTUALLY, all those under
50 years old must register, unless
they are reserves or have had ac-
"If the past is any criteria of
.actions by the Selective Service,
we don't expect too much diffi-
culty in losing doctors," Dr. Paul
H. Jeserich, dean of the dentist-
ry SIchool, remarked yesterday.
"The Selective Service realizes
that the men instructing in our
school are important in maintain-
ing the staff and keeping the
school functioning properly," he
PROF. Wayne L. Whitaker, sec-
retary of the Medical School,
pointed out that they expected to
lose some of their staff who re-
ceived training at the expsense of
the government. "They will be the
first to go and will be a great loss
to the Medical School," he said.
"Although no formal draft
status survey has been made as
yet, the school does have a list-
ing of the past service record
of staff members," Prof. Whita-
He pointed out that it would be
impossible to tell if the Medical
School program would be curtail-
ed until they are able to ascertain
how many doctors will be taken.
« * *
;At the University Hospital, offi-
cials were also uncertain of the
effect of the new draft provision.
"At the present, it is too early to
tell what the effect of the doctor
draft will be on our staff," Dr.
Albert, C. Kerlikowske, director of
the University Hospital said. Dr.
Kerlikowske revealed that regis-
tration for eligible staff members
will be conducted Monday in the
Hospital by a representative of
the local draft board.
At St. Joseph Hospital Sister
Mary Assumpta believed that
members of the resident staff
would be the hardest hit by the
As an incentive, medical men,
who volunteer for duty instead of
waiting to be called, will qualify
for a $100 a month extra pay.
The sweltering Legionnaires did
not officially identify Secretary of
State Dean Acheson by name or,
suggest his ouster. But the reso-
lution left no doubt that is what'
* * *
THE RESOLUTION condemned
what it termed the State Depart-
ment's "failure to deal adequately
with the grim and bloody advance
of Communism throughout the
"We submit that this failure
is due fundamentally to a lack
of understanding of Commu-
nism, itself, and to a refusal on
the part of the Secretary of
State to evaluate properly the
gravity of the dangers to Ameri-
ca and ,all free peoples which
The Legion's retiring Executive
Committee had urged that the res-
olution name Acheson by name
and call for his firing. However,
the Foreign Affairs Committee
toned it down somewhat. Former
National Commander John Steele,
ex-Governor of Illinois said: "Let's
name names. Let's name Acheson."
NICHAEL L. ROONEY, Wash-
ington, D.C., delegate, led a fight
in opposition of criticism of the
Said Rooney: "This majority re-
port of the Foreign Relations Com-
mittee is an endorsement of about
90 per cent of the policies of the
administration. It says, in effect,
that our foreign policy has met
with success in most of the world."
Rooney said the "President of
the United States makes our fore-
ign polcy. Why stick a knife in
the back of Dean Acheson?"
Be Called in
NEW YORK -- (RIP) - Senate
crime probers said yesterday they
may call ex-Mayor William O'Dw-
yer and Brooklyn bookie boss
Harry Gross, whose $20,000,000
gambling empire is under grand
"We're looking into it," said
Sen. Estes Kefauver, Tennessee
Democrat and head of the Senate
Crime Investigating Committee.
* * s
SEN. TOBEY (R-NH) spoke a
little more strongly. If it's agree-
able to Kefauver, he said he would
like to talk with O'Dwyer and the
bookie at some future date.
Gross has admitted paying off
crooked New York City police
at the rate of $1,000,000 a year
for protection. However, he has
refused to give their names.
O'Dwyer, who quite as Mayor
Aug. 29 to become ambassador to
Mexico, once called the Brooklyn
grand jury a "witch hunt." But
he made a special trip home this
week to apoligize for the remark.
To Be Welcomed
New foreign students will be wel-
comed at a coffee hour reception
to be held from 4:30 to 6 p.m. to-
day at Lane Hall.
Sponsored by Interguild Inter-
national Committee in cooperation
with Doris Reed, counselor to Pro-
testant foreign students, the re-
ception will provide the new stu-
dents an opportunity to meet the
directors of various departments
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ROOMS FOR RENT
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TOURIST HOME for Overnight Guests.
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TWO double rooms for men students.
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LOST-Jade earrings, vicinity of foot-
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice toiall
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).
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1950
VOL. LXI, No. 15
Correction: Makeup of lateness
over late permission is at the rate
of fifteen minutes times the num-
ber of minutes late, rather than
at twelve times as it was incor-
rectly printed in "Judy Be Good."
-Women's Judiciary Council
Football game broadcast enter-
taniments for the Army game
have been authorized from 2-5
p.m., Sat., Oct. 14, for the fol-
Allen-Rumsey House, Alpha
Kappa Kappa, Alpha Phi Alpha,
Chi Phi, Cooley House, Delta Tau
Delta, Lambda Chi Alpha, Michi-
gan House, Phi Gamma Delta,
Phi Rho Sigma, Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon, Stockwell Hall, Theta Chi,
Trigon, Zeta Beta Tau.
Approved student sponsored so-
cial events for the coming week-
Cong. Disciples-Evang. Reform
Guild, Couzens Hall, Martha Cook,
Phi Delta Phi, Theta Sigma Phi,
Sigma Delta Chi and Kappa Tau
Alpha, Victor Vaughan, Zeta Tau
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Alpha Kappa
Kappa, Beta Theta Pi, Delta Sig-
ma Delta, Delta Tau Delta, Greene
House, Henderson House, Phi Del-
ta Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sig-
ma Nu, Wenley House, Winchell
Chicago House, Phi Delta Phi.
Sunday Phone 5651 **'ed J
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LS&A Students: No courses may
be dropped from your original
elections after today, Fri., Oct.
Education D 175 (Methods in
Teaching Nursery School and
Kindergarten) will meet in one
section at 8 a.m., Sat., Oct. 14 in
the regular meeting place (2021
U.H.S.). Discussion of "Observa-
tion and Techniques of Record-
Topological Groups Seminar will
meet every Tuesday from 2:30 to
4 p.m., 3010 Angell Hall.
Make-up final examination for
Political Science 1 and 2, Spring
1950, will be held Thurs., Oct. 19,
3:10 p.m., 2203 Angell Hall. Stu-
dents must bring proof of excused
absence from the regular final
Make-up Final Examination in
Philosophy 33 and 33s (Introduc-
tion to Logic) will be given at 10
a.m., Sat., Oct. 14, 1218 Angell
Make-up Final Examination in
Philosophy 101 (Metaphysics) will
be given at 10 a.m., Sat., Oct. 14,
1218 Angell Hall.
Make-up Final Examination in
Philosophy 108s (Scientific Meth-
od) will be given at 10 a.m., Sat.,
Oct. 14, 1218 Angell Hall.
Organ Recital: The third and
final program of the current ser-
ies by Robert Noehren, Univer-
sity Organist, will be heard Sun-
day afternoon, Oct. 1, 4:15, Hill
Auditorium. It will open with Wi-
dor's Symphony No. 6, followed
by Sowrby's Comes Autumn Tim
Passacaglia by Andriessen, and
Carillon de Westminster by Vierne.
The public is invited.
Newman Club: "Hard Times
Party," 8-12 midnight. Members
and guests invited.
Michigan Christian Fellowship:
Fall Conference, Oct. 13 - 15.
Theme: "Ye Shall be Witnesses."
Speakers: Rev. Chas. Stern and
Inter-Varsity Staff members. Bus-
es leave Lane Hall, Fri., 6:15 p.m.,
and Sat. 1 p.m. Return Sunday
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Stu-
dent Club: "Friday the Thirteeth
Party" at the Center, 1511 Wash-
tenaw, 8 p.m.
Lutheran Student Association:
Married Student Group will meet
at 8 p.m., Student Center, 1304
Roger Williams Guild: IM par-
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Monday for the purpose of scheduling this year's
series, and to see "GRAND ILLUSION".
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"After The Ball Is Over"
Stroll down town to the Harmony
where good food rules.
Watch our windows for SANDWICH SPECIALS
and MIDNIGHT SNACKS. Our dinner-featuring
our own Harmony-made Pastry
average about $1.25.
We are now serving
SPECIAL SUNDAY MORNING BREAKFASTS
from 11:00 to 2:00 in conjunction with
our Regular Sunday Dinners.
Friday, Saturday at Hill