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September 30, 1950 - Image 2

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'AG TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Admiral Swanson Praises
'U' Med School at Reunion

* * *

Clifford A. Swanson, Surgeon
General of the Navy, looked back
over the past 25 years with "nos-
talgic pleasure" at a reunion of the
University Medical School Class
of 1925.
Reminded of the definition of'
medicine 50 years ago as "the art'
or science of amusing a sick man
with frivolous speculation about
his disorder, and of tampering in-
geniously till Nature either kills or
cures him," Admiral Swanson
added that, "Michigan, I am sure,
gave us far higher and more
worthwhile m e d i c a l education
than this definition reflects."
TURNING TO the more serious
side Admiral Swanson said, "I

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Courses may be completed in from
9 months to 18 months. Free
Placement Service. Many good
positions, at excellent salaries, are
being offered to our graduates.
Young Men of Draft Age
A business course will help you
to win a higher rank, better
pay, ifyouare called.nig
Veterans
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ADMIRAL C. A. SWANSON
do not believe a general war is in-
evitable, although it is said that
the Marxian and Democratic phil-
osophies are utterly in conflict.
"In any event, there is not rea-
son at all for anything like panic.
We all need to recognize our real
dangers and what we must do to
meet these dangers," he declared.
Admiral Swanson was graduated
from the University's Medical
School in 1925.
Enstan Issues
Call toTryouts
Staff positions on the 'Enslan
are now open for interested stu-
dents, according to Don Sigman,
associate editor.
A tryout meeting will be held
at 4 p.m. Monday in the 'Ensian
office in the Student Publications'
Bldg., Sigman added.
"Ensian tryouts have ample
opportunity to learn the funda-
mentals of copy writing, layout
design, picture editing and pho-
tography," he continued.
There is also a special need for
photographers.
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Library Set
To Initiate'
New System,
A new plan, designed to improve'
the library service to students, has
been inaugurated for the location
of reserved books at the General
Library, director Warner G. Rice I
has revealed.
Under the new system the I-
brary will classify all reserved
books, for courses numbered un-
der 200, by subject field, he ex-
plained.
BY THE NEW plan all books
for English, history, speech, geo-
graphy, and humanities will be
found in the Angell Hall Studyj
Hall.
Books for political science,
philosophy, Chinese, French,
German, Greek (in translation),
Italian, Japanese, Russian,
Scandinavian and Spanish will
be in the Basement Study Hall
of the Main Library.
The First Floor Study Hall of
the same building will house the
books on sociology, psychology,
fine arts, and anthropology,
"WE FEEL this will be easier
for the student who will not have
to go from place to place in search
of books in the same field. It will_
also be easier for the library as
there will be little need for dup-
lication of books used for differ-
ent courses," Rice went on to say.
However, books for courses num-
bered over 200, on the graduate
level, will still be found in the
Graduate Reading Rooms of the
General Library and other loca-
tions regularly used, he added.
Homecoming
ActivitiesStart
Applications for displays for
Homecoming, to be held the week-
end of the Wisconsin game, Oct.
21, have been sent by the Student
Legislature to every organized
house group, according to Irv
Stenn, '52.
Stenn added that. those houses
which fail to receive applications
or wish further information may
either contact him at 3-8509 or
Pris Ball at 2-3279.
Count More Heads
The population of Washtenaw
County has increased 64 per cent
since 1940, according to figures
recently released by the U.S. Cen-
sus Bureau.
Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti are the
principal towns in this area.
This increase is second only to

New Daily Senior Editors

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308 S. State. Legal, Masters, Doctors
dissertations, etc. Call 2-2615 or 2-
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HOOVER sales and service. Phone Tay-
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GOOD RENTAL TYPE WRITERS now
available at Office Equipment Service
Company, 215 E. Liberty. Guaranteed
repair service on all makes of type-
writers. ) 6B
QUALITY TYPING-Manuscripts, theses
etc. Call 2-0795' or 2-7460. ) 17B
EXPEIENCED COOK for fraternity or
sorority. Have references. Phone 3-4844.
)15B
LEAVE JUNIOR with a reliable baby
sitter while you go out - anytime.
Kiddie Kare,_3-1121. )10B
ROOM and BOARD
WANTED-Male student to work 8,
hours weekly in return for unusually
nice quarters and private bath. Other
privileges in suburban home. Should
have car but not essential. Phone
2-3844. )11A
FOR RENT
DOUBLE FOR RENT. $5.50 apiece. Ph.
8746 after 5:30. ) 13F
ROOM IN Publications Building for
Grad. and Senior pictures. Rent is
only $2.00 so hurry, since there are
only a few choice places left. Call:
9-12 a.m. 2-5 p.m. MICHIGANEN-
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2 ROOM SUITE for three. $6.50. Also
single. Mon. call after 5:30. Ph. 8746.
_ ) 13F'
HELP WANTED-
STUDENT WIFE or coed to work at
Snack Bar. Campus section. Days,
Monday thru Friday. Phone 5464 or
6087. )21H
YOUNG LADY for full time work at
soda fountain. Swift's Drug Store,
340 S_ State qt- Ph. 2-0534. 15H8

JAMES GREGORY NANCY BYLAN
* * *** * *
RECENT APPOINTEES-James Gregory, '51 (left) and Nancy
Bylan, '51 (right), new Daily associate editors, complete the
1950-51 senior staff of the paper. They will act as mentors for
The Daily's large sophomore staff, which includes the majority
of Daily reporters. Both have spent two years on The Daily
staff, and they worked on newspapers during their summer vaca-
tions this year-Gregory with the Battle Creek Enquirer and
News as a reporter and radio newswriter, and Miss Bylan with
The Daily as a night editor. Gregory, a member of Theta Delta
Chi, is an English major. He will instruct old sophs. Miss Bylan,
who lives in Martha Cook, is majoring in history. She will teach
new sophs.

HELP WANTED
WANTED-Part-time shoe clerk. Exper-
ience preferred. Apply in person.
Shoe Department. Mademoiselle Shop.
) 19H
TYPISTS NEEDED soon. Speed import-
ant. Use own typewriter. Call Don
Anderson, Student Periodical Agency,
2-82-42. )2H
CO-ED OR student wife to assist
mother with lt..housework any two
hours between 8 & 12 a.m. Ph. 3-8454.
)1H
WANTED-Competent Sunday School
teachers. Good compensation. Beth.'
Isreal Center. 1429 Hill. 2-7376 for in-
formation. Mrs. Schetzer. )22H
FULL OR PART TIME HELP-Apply at
Howard Johnson's, Washtenaw and
Stadium. Tel. 3-8800. )11H
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE OR RIDERS WANTED from Dear-
born. Call Tiffany 6-2855 or write Box
226 Daily. ) 12T
WANTED TO~BUY
WANTED-One Michigan vs. Army tic-
ket. Call Jackie, 3-8506. })12X
FOR SALE
MOTOR BIKE -Good condition, very
reasonable. PhoneDick, 2-7849. _)23
PORTABLE TYPEWRITER-Smith Cor-
ona, like new. Ph. 2-7369. )24
FOR SALE-Non-student season ticket
op 15 to 20 yard-line. Ph. 3-1931 after
six. )26
1949 MERCURY CONVERTIBLE-Radio,
heater, overdrive and white sides. New
top, low mileage. Will trade. Call Bill
Moll 2-3171. )18
ALL COLOR PARAKEETS, Canaries,
Finches, Cocketiels. Bird supplies and
cages. 562 S. 7th. Ph. 5330. )2S
Your White Elephants Have
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LATE 1949 HOUSE TRAILER. All mod-
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Located on nice lot near bus line.
Price, $2,000 cash. Ph. 3-8955 or h.
2-6995. 416

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