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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TRIRSD AT, SEPTMMER 28, 1950

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ROOMS FOR RENT HELP WANTED
MEN-One block from campus, newly YOUNG LADY for full time "work _at
decorated. $6 weekly. Phone 2-8754, soda fountain. Swift's Drug Store.
1034 E. Huron. , )21R 340 S. State St. Ph. 2-0534. )151
SUITE TO SHARE with male student. RELIABLE GIRL fond ' of' children for
Twin beds. 304 E. Madison.e T. 17R child care and lightironing, Tuesday
LARGE attractively rs double and Thursday 1-5. Ph._2-9496. )18H
room. Residential section. Male stu- WANTED-Part-time shoe clerk. Exper-
dents preferred._Ph. 2-8436. )19R ience preferred. Apply in person.
DOUBLE ROOM-Male students pre- Shoe Department. Madameiselle Shop.
ferred. Use of refrigerator, Hollywood ._)19H
style beds, student landlord. Call Mr. WANTED-Someone to paint sign post-
Wright at 6641 meal times or 6336 ers. Earl Riskey, Intramural Bldg.
evenings. ___)20R ) 20H
SINGLE ROOM FOR MAN-836 Brook- URGENTLY NEEDED Immediately. Stu-
wood Place. __ )15R dents wishing to do sales work on
ROOM avilale fr sudets'magazine subscriptions. Sell the spe-
~ROMS~avaiable for _stens' guests. cial reduced student rates on TIME
Football week-ends. Private home ac- and LIFE. Big commissions from easyr
commodations. Phone 2-9850, 12:30 to sales No obligation. Call Student
1:00 or 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. ) 14R Periodical Agency, 2-82-42 now. En-
WANTED--One male student to share tirely student-run.
double room on campus. Call 2-2052. TYPISTSsNEEDED soon. Speed import-
____ ___)13R ant. Use own typewriter. Call Don
ROOMS FOR OVERNIGHT GUESTS at Anderson, Student Periodical Agency,
518 E. Williams. Ph. 3-8454. )12R 2-82-42. -
% DOUBLE for upper classman near GIRLS NEEDED to baby sit during foot-I
campus. Innerspring mattress, show- ball games. Call Kiddie Kare, 3-1121.
ers, cooking privileges, gas heat. 415 _ ___)10B
Lawrnce sown from 603 o Lawrene WANTEDResponsible pero o own
Lwecsonfo 60LarneWATDRsosbePh. 2-3673 or Ypsilanti. 794J. M1R and service (spare time route of U. S.
PERSONAL Stamp Vending Machines. No exper-
PERSNALience needed. $450 cash investment
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE-Back to required. Write Romeo Eaker, General
serve you. Flowers for all occasions. Delivery, Ann Arbor. Please give streetc
Special prices for group orders. ..A and telephone number. )14H
StudentService for Students." )13P PART TIME help needed at Hickey's
LEARN TO DANCE Service Station, corner of Main andY
Jimmie Hunt Dance'Studio Catherine. )13H
122 E. Liberty Phone 8161 )1P FULL OR PART TIME HELP-Apply at
LEARN TO DANCE. Howard Johnson's, Washtenaw andS
Ray Hatch Dance Studio Stadium. Tel. 3-8800. )11H
Class or Private Lessons P BUSINESS SERVICES e
209 S. State Ph. A.A._5083 )4P BUIES ER CS
CLUB 211 -_ .HOOVER sales and service. Phone Tay-
lor, 2-0298 or Goodyears 3-4171. )19B8
TO ALL CLUB 211 MEMBERS: GOD ENA TPERTES-o
Your iket exires w c available at Office Equipment Service
pletely punched.Need not be used on Company 215 E. Liberty. Guaranteed7
consecutive days-good anytime. Take repairaservice on all makes of type-
advantage of this for delicious meals. ;)writers. )6B
E R E QUALITY TYPING-Manuscripts, theses
E EENCEDPIANOdTEACHER-Be-etc. Call 2-0795 or 2-7460. )17B
giunners and advanced. Phone 2-4208 - - - O o
mornings or late evenings. )12P EXPERIENCED COOK for fraternity or
SPECIAL SAVING on your LIFE sub- sorority. Have references. Phone 3-4844.
scription this year. $5.00 instead of FREIGN STUDENTS~Would youor1
$6.75 to students only. Available FRINSrDNr~udyuo
through Student Periodical Agency, of- your wife like help with English by
ficial U. of Michigan agecy for this an experienced teacher at reasonable
offer for over two years.Stdn-u rates, if to call 2-9373, )14B
Phone 2-82-42 to order your subscrip GOOD RENTAL typewriters now avail-
tion._We'll bill you. _ )2 able at Office Equipment Service
- Company, 215 E. Liberty. We will re-
TRANSPORTATION.- pair your own typewriters. 6B
COMM.UT FROM ANSIaNG Mon LEAVE JUNIOR with a reliable baby
Wed., Fri. and Sat. Will take passen- sittedile yougoout112anytime
gers, or share, Lansing or intermediate Kiddie Kare, 3-1121. )1OB
points. Phone Miss Bentley, 3-1511
ext. 560. ___ )11T
RIDE OR RIDERS WANTED from Dear- Soph Satire Parts
born. Call Tiffany 6-2855 or write Box k
DRIVING TO ANN ARBOR daily a.m.-
Wanted commuters. Call Detroit,
TO-5-4032. ) 3T
WANTED TO BUY Tryouts for singing and speak-
WANTED-Two non-studentticketo ing parts for Soph. Satire will be
Michigan .state game. held today and tomorrow from 4
Phone 3-0835 evenings. )1X to 6 p.m. in Rm. 3G, Union.
BUSINESS SERVICES The Satire, a part of Tug Week,
TYPEWRITERS AND FOUNTAIN PENS the annual weekend of rivalry be-
Sales and service tween the sophomore and fresh-
MORRILL'S - 314 S._State. St. )4B men he sph edad fresh-
WET WASHES, rough dry or ironin. man classes, is scheduled for Oct.
Finishedwr if preferred. Will pick 27.
up and deliver. Ph. 2-9020. )1B Tao
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist, at Tryouts are open to both men
308 S. State. Legal, Masters, Doctors and women.
dissertations, etc. Call 2-2615 or 2-
9848. )12B II

Seek Help
Of 1,620 'U'
Grid Fans
Students with football tickets in
sections 33, 34, and 35,'rows 31 to
60, seats one to 12, one to 27 and
13 to 27 will be part of this year's
new flash-card section.
These students were asked to re-
port to the stadium at 1 p.m. Sat-
urday for a practice session by
Wolverine Club publicity chair-
man George Benisek.
A new flash card display will
be used for ,the first time at
Saturday's game, provided the
1,620 students who have seats
in the section, cooperate by at-
tending the practice, Benisek
said.
The newest additions to the dis-
play system are the 1,620 blue and
gold cards with a metallic lustre.j
Students in the chosen sections,
will use these cards during the two
hours of the game and flash them
to form a continuous, moving de-
sign.
This design will cover the north
end of the stadium and will be
visible to all attending the game,
according to Benisek. He added
that it should be picked up by the
TV cameras, too.
"We've been working on this
display for the past two years,
and it will be terrific," he said.
"By selling records and sponsoring
other events, the Wolverine Club
has finally been able to purchase
1,620 of the new cards.
"It's the first time these moving
designs have been used in the
Midwest," he added.

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ANGERED-A resident of Seoul expresses his feelings towards his enemy as he aims a violent kick
in the direction of a captured North Korean soldier, while members of the South Korean army
look on. Another prisoner stands behind with his hands in the air. These North Koreans were caught
in fighting in the South Korean capital as allied columns converged on the heart of the city.
DISPERSED DEPARTMENTS:
RazedHalls Send 'U' Offices .Afield

Prof. Burton Thuma breathed. a
great sigh of relief yesterday.
He had just finished placing a
roof over some 20 services, research
projects, department offices, and
groups of professors and teaching
fellows.
PART OF HIS JOB as adminis-
trative assistant to Dean Hayward
Keniston of the literary college

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, SEPT. 28, 1950
VOL. LXI, No. 3
Student Veterans who have ap-
plied for family housing at Willow
Village and are still desirous of ob-
taining housing at that Project are
asked to communicate with the
Willow Village rental office im-
mediately.
Veterans who lacked Certificates

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of Eligibility at the time of regis-
tration and who obtained tuition
loans from the University, are
reminded to bring their certifi-
cates, upon receipt, to the Veterans
Service Bureau, 555 Administra-
tion Building, where authorization
for the cancellation of the loan
may be obtained.
Social chairmen and program
chairmen of student organizations
are requested to calendar activi-
ties so as to avoid falling within
the ten days prior to a final exam.
ination period. (Committee on
StudentAffairs, May, 1950). The
final examination 'period for the
current semester begins January
22.
Social events sponsored by stu-
dent organizations at which both
men and women are to be present
must be approved by the Dean of
Students. Application forms and
a copy of regulations governing
these events may be secured in the
Office of Student Affairs, 1020
Administration Bldg. Requests for
approval must be submitted to
that office no later than noon of
the Monday before the event is
scheduled. A list of approved so-
cial events will be published in The
Daily Official Bulletin on Wednes-
day of each week.
Standards of Conduct. All stu-
dents, graduate and undergradu-
ate, are notified of the following
Standards of Conduct:

Enrollment in the University
carries with it obligations in re-
gard to conduct not only inside
but also outside the classrooms,
and students are expected to con-
duct themselves in such a man-
ner as to be a credit both to them-
selves and to the University. They
are amenable to the laws govern-
ing the community as well as to
the rules and orders of the Uni-
versity and University officials,
and they are expected to observe
the standards of conduct approved
by the University.
Whenever a student, group of
students, society, fraternity, or
other student organization fails
to observe either the general
standards of conduct as above
outlined or any specific rules which
may be adopted by the proper
University authorities, or conducts
himself or itself in such a manner
as to make it apparent that he or
it is not a desirable member or
part of the University, he or it
shall be liable to disciplinary ac-
tion by the proper University au-
thorities. Specific rules of con-
duct which must be observed are:
Women Guests in Men's Resi-
dences. The presence of women
guests in men's residences except
for exchange and guest dinners or
for social events or during calling
hours approved by the Office of
Student Affairs, is not permitted.
This regulation does not apply to
mothers of residents. (Committee
on Student Conduct, January 28,
1947.)
The use or presence of intoxicat-
ing beverages in student quarters
is not permitted. (Committee on
Student Conduct, July 2, 1947.)
Exchange and Guest Dinners
may be held in organized student
residences between 5:30 p.m. and
8 p.m. for weekday dinners and
between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m for Sun-
day dinners. While guest chaper-
ons are not required groups with-
out resident house directors must
announce these events to the Of-
fice of Student Affairs at least one
day in advance of the scheduled
date.
Calling Hours for-Women in
Men's Residences.
Men's Residence Halls: daily be-
tween 3 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
(Continued on Page 4)

was to redistribute the contents
and personnel of all offices housed
in Haven Hall, Mason Hall, Uni-
versity Hall and South Wing.
This task, which would put a
jig-saw puzzle to shame, took
an entire summer to accomplish.
Immediately after the Haven
Hall fire the history and sociology
department offices were moved to
Rackham Building. A place was
eventually found for the journal-
ism department at 512 S. State in
the old ROTC Building.
* * -
WHAT LITTLE was left of the
Bureau of Government Library
was transferred to the General
Library, and the Institute for Pub-
lic Administration, also formerly
located in Haven Hall, was given
several rooms in Rackham Build,
ing.
From the Mason group, the
psychology 31 offices joined
journalism at 512 S. State St.
The Social Psychology Service,
including the Navy Conference
Research Project, was placed on
the fourth floor of the Natural
Science Building.
Both the Sociology Research
Project and the Business Ma-
chines Research Project were re-
moved from Mason Hall to Rack-
ham Building. English teaching
fellows were sent to the West
Medical Building,
* * *
MATHEMATICS profess-
have been moved to Angell Hall,
while the political science staff
members formerly of South Wing
are now located in the basement
of the University Elementary
School, the Temporary Classroom
Building and Angell Hall.
Finally, the entire Institute
for Social Research, which in-
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eludes Survey Research and the
Institute for Group Dynamics,
the only occupant of University
Hall, is now operating in West
Hospital.
-And yesterday a spot was found
in the Temporary Classroom
Building for the history teaching
fellows, the last of the homeless.

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