THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1950
CHINA STILL LEADING:
Foreign Student Enrollment Increases
Enrollment of foreign students
at the University shows an in-
crease over 1949 with 778 students
as compared with 770, according
to Robert B. Klinger, assistant
YP's To Hear
Two University students who at-
tended the Second World Student
Congress of the International Un-
ion of Students in Prague will
speak before the Young Progres-
sives at 7:30 p.m. today in the
This is the first of a series of
reports to be given by Edward
Lanning, '52, delegate from the
Michigan area, and Myron Sharp,
Grad., observer at the Congress.
They will speak before student
cultural, political, and religious
counselor to foreign students at the
"'The increase might have been
larger had it not been for the
virtual blackout of the traditional
cultural relations program with
China," Klinger explained.
Despite this "blackout," China
remains the leading foreign na-
tion represented in the Universi-
ty's enrollment with 151 students
as against 168 last year. To make
this possible, the Department of
State granted aid for this number
of students to continue their
Maintaining its second place
ranking, Canada shows a slight
IFC Posts Open
Tryouts f o r Interfraternity
Council posts will be held at 4
p.m. today in Rm. 3D of the Un-
ion, according to Bob Vogt, '51,
Through our facilities we can buy and
sell stocks and bonds in all markets
and on all exchanges.
In the Investment Trust feld we can
obtain information and order shares
of all nationally known companies.
The personnel of our owce is equipped
to help on all investment problems.
TITUS-MILLER & Co.
MEMBERS DETROIT AND MIDWEST STOCK EXCHANGES
increase with 146 students as com-
pared with 127 last year, while
India ranks third in spite of a
decrease from 82 to 61 because of
the effects of the devaluation in
the rupee in midyear.
"The most phenomenal increase
has been shown in the number of
Japanese students from five last
fall to 42 this fall," Klinger report-
ed. With this increase, Japan rose
to claim fourth place in the num-
ber of students enrolled.
Special scholarships obtained
through the Supreme Commander
of the Allied Powers enabled 33 of
the students, most of whom are
English teachers studying in the
field of linguistics, to study at the
Iraq has shown an increase from
29 to 32 because of the continued
reliance of the government upon
the University as an outstanding
school for scholarship students.
Germany maintains its number
of 25 students of which more than
half are reorientation students
through the Occupation forces.
Leading Latin America, Colom-
bla shows an increase from 18 to
25 students. -
Two motor vehicles were dam-
aged during the bedlam following
the Michigan State football game
William R. Barnet, a Michigan
State student, told police that he
and several others drove an old
fire engine to Ann Arbor to see
the game. While the fire engine
was parked, a large white dinner
bell was removed. Barnett request-
ed the return of the bell.
R. S. McNumara, 2784 Kenel-
worth Dr., told officers that the
right door of his car was damaged
while parked on Kenelworth Dr.
during the game.
Students supporting the candi-
dacy of Prof. John P. Dawson for
Congress will meet at 8 p.m. today
at the home of Mrs. Margaret
Price, 315 Carrie Rd., Barton Hills.
All interested students have,
been invited to attend. Buses for
the affair will leave at 7:30 p.m.
from in front of the Administra-
Competition for Rhodes Schol-
arships here at the University will
soon begin Prof. Lionel H. Laing,
of the political science department
announced last night.
All students interested in apply-
ing for A scholarship should at-
tend a meeting at 4:15 p.m. Friday
in Rm. 2003 Angell Hall, Prof.
Laing, chairman of the University
Rhodes Scholarship Committee,
Applications for the scholar-
ships will be passed out at this
meeting and information concern-
ing the scholarships will be sup-
plied, he continued. The completed
applications must be returned to
Prof. Laing's office Rm. 2035 An-
gell Hall by 5:00 p.m. Oct. 13.
To be eligible for a scholarship
a candidate must me an unmarried
male citizen of the United States
with five years domicile; between
19 and25 years old as of October
1, 1951; and have completed his
sophomore year by the time of ap-
Candidates will be judged on a
basis of literary and scholastic
ability, qualities of manhood, mor-
al character, leadership qualities
and physical vigor. Financial need
is not necessarily a criteria for
The University Committee will
select three or four 4students for
all-State competition.Each state
committee will appoint two men
to appear before the six-state Dis-
trict Committee, which will then
select four of the twelve men to
represent their states at the Uni-
versity of Oxford, Cambridge,
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).
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1950
VOL. LXI, No. 7
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won't eatmuch of a hole in your,
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ment while there are a few appoint-
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the Publications Building daily 1-5
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QUALITY TYPING-Manuscripts, theses
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DO UBLE FOR RENT. $5.50 apiece. Ph.
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i ROOM SUITE for three. $6.50. Also
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SINGLE ROOM for male student. 917
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ROOM IN Publications Building for
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WANTED DRIVER - To Washington,
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lamps,baby furniture, easy spindrier,
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'49 CROSLEY, 2 door sedan. Excellent
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MOTORCYCLE-1948 Indian 74 Chief
with all extras. Phone 8976. )27
ROOMS FOR RENT
3RD FLOR sTUDIO NEAR CAMPUS-
Prefer two to four art or arch.
men students. Linens, use of dark
room. Student landlord. Ph. 2-8545,
TOURIST HOME for overnight guests.
Bath, shower. Reasonable rates. 518
E. Williams St. Phone 3-8454. )12R
STUDIO APARTMENT-3 boys or mar-
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ROOMS FOR RENT
CARETAKER WANTED across from
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exchange for services. Automatic gas
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at 25-8882. _)26R
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Twin beds. 304 E. Madison. T. )17
1,a DOUBLE for upper classman near
campus. Innerspring mattress, show-
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ATTENTION-Seniors and Grads :Hurry
to the Student Publications Building
to make your appointment for your
yearbook picture. Appointment time
is growing shorter each day. Call 2-3241
and make your appointment by phone
if you have not the time to come in
person.hPlease call between 1 & 5 pm.
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FOUNTAIN PENS . . . All Makes
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Detroit -- Ann Arbor -- Traverse City -- Lansing
Regents' Meeting: Sat., Oct. 21,
9 a.m. Communications for consid-
eration at this meeting must be in
the President's hands not later
than Oct. 12.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
Attention Faculty Members with
Academic-Year (10-month) Ap-
Effective with the 1950-1951
Academic year, salary payments
for faculty members with Aca-
demic-year appointments will be
made on the basis of one-tenth of
annual salary on October 5, with
an additional one-tenth on the
fifth day of each succeeding month
to and including June 5, 1951,
with payment of final one-tenth
of salary on June 15, 1951.
Choral Union Ushers: Extra
Series usher list will appear in
Wednesday's DOB, Oct. 4.
(Continued on Pag 4)
Many people think that Ulrich's Book
Store carries only ENGINEERING books
... .Ulrich's carry a very huge stock of
used and new books for every course on
the Michigan campus.
TRYOUTS for EDITORIAL
and BUSINESS STAFFS
MEETINGS: Editorial-4 P.M. Tues. and Wed.
Business-4:45 P.M. Tues. and Wed.
Comedy Hit Now In
4th Month of Run
in 7 Roles
MIRTH AND MURDER!
...AS THE FAMILY TREE IS CHOPPED DOWNi
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Of course it's
from 1 P.M.
- TODAY AND WEDNESDAY -
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Student Publications Building
OPPORTUNITIES: to learn reporting skills, tech-
nics of assembling a newspaper,
chance to obtain important posi-
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