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PACE EIGHT
MARCH OF DIMES:
Campaign Proceeds Will3
Aid Local Polio Victims

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DATTAY THURSDAY, JAN VARY 18, 1951

THURSDAY; JANUARY 18, 1951

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The National Foundation for
Infantile Paralysis has launched
its annual March of Dimes cam-
paign to raise funds to fight one
of the nation's most dangerous
and dreaded diseases.
In recent years the number of
polio cases has risen to what medi-
cal authorities consider epidemic
stage, making the need for fur-
ther research greater than ever.
THIS YEAR the pledge of each
chapter of the National Fonda-
tion is that no polio victim shall
go without treatment for lack of
funds. To achieve this the local
chapter is appealing to every resi-
dent of the county for financial
help so they can make this pledge
a realization.
In addition to the usual col-
lection through stores and thea-
tres, half the proceeds from the
Rose Bowl movies to be shown
at Hill Auditorium Saturday
night have been pledged to the
drive. Proceeds from the sale of
The Daily's J-Hop extra wil go
to the March of Dimes, as usual.
The Washtenaw County goal for
this drive has been set at $24,500,
several thousand dollars less than
the 1950 goal. Last year the local
chapter was forced to call on the
National Foundation for over
$14,000, so it is imperative that
they reach their goal to make up
for last year's deficit and to re-
plenish the treasury for 1951.
Half of the money collected here
will remain in Washtenaw County
to help victims and to support re-
search being cajried on at Uni-
versity Hospital. The other half
goes t the National Foundation
to aid hard hit areas and continue
research.
The Washtenaw County chapter
has used over $47,000 since 1945
to pay for hospital and clinical
care for 90 polio patients at Uni-
versity Hospital.
Public Hearing
To Be Held on
ZoningFight
The Common Council will hold
a public hearing on the proposed
city zoning ordinance amend-
mWent at 7:30 pm. tomorrow in
the council chamber of City Hall.
Such a meeting is required by
law each time a change in the
zoning regulations is proposed. It
is held so that the council mem-
bers may obtain pertinent infor-
mation about the amendment
from interested persons.
UNDER consideration will be
Prof. A. D. Moore's amendment
which would set up a new A-i
zone designed for the use of fra-
ternities and sororities. Prof.
Moore is chairman of the coun-
ci's ordinance committee.
The plan has been attacked by
Student Legislature because it
excludes league and co-op houses.
Fraternity men have lashed out
the proposal which leaves nine
fraternities outside of the new
A-i area.
The amendment was propos-
ed as a compromise for the de-
mand made by a group of Ann
Arbor citizens that h o u s e
groups be restricted from resi-
dential zones A and AA.
Dean of Students Erich Walter
will attend the meeting, as well
as IFC president Bob Vogt, '51.
Both will give their views on the
amendment.
City planner R. C. Eastman
noted that the hearing may not
be the last. "If a new plan comes
out of this meeting, there will
have to be another hearing."
The council will take action of
the amendment at a future meet-

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L O OK I N C B A C K - Mary Garden, grand opera prima
donna of the early part of this century, compares a menu of today
with one of other days during a visit to the Palace Hotel, San
Francisco, Cal., which recently celebrated its 75th anniversary.

METROPOLITAN --
The Most Rev. Leonty (above)
was named Metropolitan of the
Russian Orthodox Greek Catho-
lic Church of America which
broke its spiritual tie with the
Russian Orthodox Church in the
Soviet Union.

FAR FROM THE SWIRLING ACTION-This is what basketball game looked
like to a balcony fan in jam-packed Madison Square Garden, New York, during CCNY-Arizopa game.

POLIO VICTIM

SL Thanked
For Philippines-
LibraryFunds
The Student Legislature has
received a letter in thanks for the
$1,078 which it collected and
turned over to the Committee on
the Hayden Memorial Library of
the University of the Philippines,
according to George Roumell, SL
president.
The money was collected in an
all-campus bucket drive during
the fall of 1948 to help buy books
for the war-torn University of
the Philippines, Michigan's "sis-
ter" University.
Robert B. Hall, chairman of the
Committee, said that the money
would be put into a fund which
is to be spent "to fill in the gaps
and otherwise improve" the li-
brary's collection of books.
Petitioning Opei
For Honor Council
Engineering students may peti-
tion today and tomorrow for a
position on the Honor Council.
Written petitions may be sub-
mitted at 321 W. Engineering An-
nex or to any member of the
Honor Council or the Engineering
Council. Any scholastically eligible
engineering student above a first-
semester freshman may petition.
Four will be chosen by the En-
gineering Council to serve on the
Honor Counc for one year.
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DI R E C T O R -_Maj..Gen.
S. R. Brentnall, chief of research
development at Wright-Patter-
son AFB, Dayton, O., was named
to direct production of top prior-
ity'B-47 jet-powered bombers at
Douglas Aircraft plant in Tulsa,j
Oklahoma.

FASCINATING MOMENT - Young Malcolm
Mitchell is enthralled watching clown E. Francois decide a move
in a chess match between rehearsals of Harringay Circus, London.

C H O.R I S T E R 5 A R R I V E - The Vienna Choir Boys, 22 youngsters between 10 and 1,
arrive in New York aboard liner Liberte to start their concert tour of the U. S. and Central America.

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S W I M S U I T-This bath-
ing suit is made of skin-tone
nylon fabric and black nylon
lace. Neckline is accented by
velvet cuff top. The suit can be
worn with or without straps:,

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W I N T E R L E'N DS A H A N D-With the cooperation
of the weather which freezes the winding canals and ditches,
Dutch skaters, young and old, enjoy their favorite winter pastime. J

ROY A L S P o R T S S E S'S 1 0 N - Emperor Hirohito (right), of Japan, and members of his
family that before starting a tennis game on the grounds of the Imperial Palace in Tokyo.

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