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THE MICHIGAN -DAILY

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 195,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1151

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),AILY OFFICiAL BULLETIN

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
ficial publication of the University
Michigan for which the Michigan
Lly assumes no editorial responsi
ity. Publication in it is construc-
'e notice to all members of the Uni-
rsity. Notices shoula be sent in
<PBWRITTEN form to Room 2552
ministration Building, by 3 p.m, on
e day preceding publication (11 a.-
Saturdays).
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1951
VOL. LXI, No. 97
Notices
ophomore and Freshmen Women:
tha Cook Building is receiving ap-
ations for September, 1951. There
lbe space for approximately 40
homores and 20 freshmen who will
n be junior and sophomore women
ectively. Anyone interested phone
an appointment (2-3225) any week
between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
ontestants in the Spring Hopwood
tests: Rules of eligibility are on
es 5, 6, and 7 of the current Hop-
d Bulletin. Read them carefully.
deadline for petitions is March 1.
,udent Organizations planning to be
ve during the second semester must
ster in the Office of Student Af-
s not -later than March 3. Forms
registration are available in the Of-
of Student Affairs, Room 1020, Ad-
istration Bldg.
ith official recognition a student
,nization assumes the responsibil-
of (1) submitting a list of officers
members at the beginning of each'
ester within which recognition is
red, promptly reporting additions,
nembership during the term; (2)
ring the acceptance of a member
he faculty who is willing to serve
adviser, (3) maintaining organiza-
finances in a manner satisfactory1
he Auditor of Student Organiza-
A, (4) presenting to the Committee1
Student Affairs for consideration
changes in organizational struc-
objectives, activities, bases of
Ibership, or affiliations with other2
nizations, either local or national.
on the request of a student or-
=ation, its membership roster willf
reated as confidential by the Of-{
of Student Affairs (membership
he organization will not be posted1
,n activity on the student record
s) and will be open only to Uni-s
ity authorities and duly consti-I
d governmental security agencies.,
r procedures and regulations re-t
ig to student sponsored activities,i

officers are referred to University Reg-
ulations concerning student affairs,
conduct, and discipline available in
the Office of Student Affairs.
Social chairmen and program chair-
men of student organizations are re-
quested to calendar activities so as to
avoid falling within the ten days prior
to a final examination period. (Com-
mittee on Student Affairs, May 1950.)
The final examination period for the
current semester begins June 2.
Interviews:
Engineering Students: The following
companies will interview June and Au-
gust graduates in the Aeronautical En-
gineering Department this week. Fur-
ther information is available in the
Aero. Eng. office, Room 1079, E. Engi-
neering Bldg.
Feb. 27-Pratt & Whitney.
Feb. 27 and 28-NACA, Cleveland.
Mar. 2-Aeroproducts.
Employment Interviews:
Representatives from the National
Bureau of Standards will be interview-
ing mechanical engineers, mathema-
ticians, and chemists with either M.S.
or Ph.D. degrees at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, Thurs., Mar. 1. For further
information and appointments call at
the Bureau of Appointments.
Personnel Requests:
The Detroit Police Department an-
nounces an examination for a Police-
woman on Mar. 31. Applicants must
have a bachelor's degree and prefer-
ably courses related to the field of
social science, experience in social
work or in a field in which public
contacts was an essential part of the
work. Minimum age is 23.
The M. W. Kellogg Company, Jersey
City, engineers of oil refineries, has
openings for men and women with a
bachelor's degree and majoring in ma-
thematics or chemistry in their Petro-
leum and Chemical Research Labora-
tories.
Radcliffe College announces a sum-
mer course in publishing procedures,
June 25-Aug. 3.
Purdue University announces gradu-
ate assistantships and fellowships in
the schools of engineering. Application
for appointment should be made before
March 1.
Summer Camp Positions: A repre-
sentative of Camp Q-Gull, Charlevoix,
Michigan, will be at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 27
to intervie candidates for the follow-
ing positions: general counselors (girls)

camp nurse, and riding counselor. For
appointment call extension 2614.
Academic Notices
Makeup Final Examinations in Eco-
nomics 51, 52, 53, 54, will be given in
Room 207, Econoinics Building, 3:15
p.m., ,Thurs., Mar. 8:
Aero-Thermodynamics Seminar: V. C.
Liu, Research Engineer, Engineering Re-
search Institute, will speak on "An
Aerodynamic Method of Measuring the
Ambient Temperature of Air at High
Altitudes," Part I, on Tues., Feb. 27, 3:45
p.m., Room 1504, E. Engineering Bldg.
Visitors welcome.
Geometry Seminar: Tues., Feb. 27, 3
p.m., Room 3001 Angell Hall. Prof. Rain-
ich will speak on "Residues in Curved
Spaces."
Stochastic Processes Seminar: Mon.,
Feb. 26, 4 p.m. Speaker: Mr. Frank L.
Spitzer.
The University Extension Service an-
nounces the following courses:
Positive Citizenship on the State Lev-
el. This series of six lectures and dis-f
cussions is part of a program of courses
on government at the local, state, and
national level. Speakers are faculty
members and other experts. "Michigan's
Constitution and Plan of Government,"
a lecture by Prof. C. Ferrel Heady of
the Department of Political Science,
opens the. series. Six weeks, $3.00. 164
Business Administration Bldg., Tues-
days, 7:30 p.m., beginning Feb. 27.
Home Gardening I. Basic Practices.
Fundamental techniques of, planting
and transplanting, supplying food and
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moisture, controlling destructive in-
sects and diseases, pruning, and build-
ing fertile soil. Ruth Mosher Place,
lecturer for the Extension Service and
former garden editor of The Detroit
News, is the instructor. Eight weeks,
$5.00. 176 Business Administration Bldg.,
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., beginning Feb. 28,
History of Printing. A series of eight
illustrated lectures on the history of
printing from its invention by the
Chinese in the ninth century to the
present day, with especial emphasis on
Europeaiand American printing. An at-
tempt is made to correlate printing
practices and typographical designs with
the history of the periods in which ma-
jor changes occurred. Particular stress
is placed on the economic forces which
led to changes.in printing practice.
Eight weeks, $5.00. Main Room, Clem-
ents Library, Thursdays, 7:30 p.m., be-
ginning Mar. 1.
Concerts
Organ Recital: Marilyn Mason Brown,
Instructor in Organ in the School of
Music, will be heard at 4:15Sunday af-
ternoon, Feb. 25, Hill Auditorium. in a
program of compositions by Handel,
Kerl, Ducasse, Durufle, and Robert
Crandell. Open to the public without
charge.
Beethoven Sonatas. The first of three
programs covering the Ten Sonatas for
Violin and Piano by Beethoven will be
presented a 8:30 Tuesday evening, Feb.
27, Rackham Lecture Hall, with Gilbert
Ross, violinist, and Mabel Rhead Field,I
pianist. The first performance will in-
clude the Sonata in D major, Op. 12,
No. 1, Sonata in G major, Op. 96, and
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