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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1951

BOA WON'T CONSTRICT:
Mengel Mangles Anti-Snake Myths'
By MARY LETSIS boas is the amount of food they ter had shot a hole in his head
Too many students are passing eat. with a .22 caliber rifle. And when
up a good chance to learn about "Boake eats hardly enough to a friend of mine brought him to
the intimate side of a boa con- keep skin and tail together, Men- me, Boake was a little dazed about
strictor, Robert Mengel, Grad., gel asserted. "I have to force a it all. But he recovered in due
thinks, couple of eggs down his throat time," Mengel continued.
And he should know-he owns with a syringe every other day." "But more people should know
six feet of one presently coiled up * * * about the good qualities of a boa
in a cage in the University Mu- EVEN IN Mexico, boas are constrictor. They're fine watch-
seums. wrongly looked upon by hunters dogs. Whenever trouble approach-
* * * as being dangerous beasts to tam- es, Boake hisses for a full 30 sec-
"I CALL him 'Boake' for short," per with. onds-and you just can't beat
Mengel mentioned. "A nicer pet "Before I got Boake, some hun- that for efficiency."
I've never had."

Draft Cuts 'U' Hospital Staff
As FortyDoctors Join Ranks

Case Clubs
Will Debate
National Act
The constitutionality of the
McCarren Act will be debated in
a hypothetical case before two
Case Club courts at 7:30 p.m. to-
day in the Law School.
The simultaneous trials of the
case mark the semi-final round
of Case Club annual competition
among junior law students.
* * *
THE CHIEF issue of the case
involves the use of the mails by
so-called "Communist - Front"
groups, according to Thomas C.
Walsh, '51L, Case Club publicity
chairman.
Jerome R. Sanford and Har-
old S. Lentz, representing the
Fletcher Club will be opposed
by Francis J. Pruss and James
Huston of the Colley Club as
counsel in one trial of the case.
In the other trial, Richard G.
Patrick and Arthur L. Biggins of
the Woodward Club will oppose
Robert A. Dean and Thomas Al-
len.
The two winning teams will
participate in the Case Club fi-
nal competition on May 2 before
a 'court' of outstanding jurists
from the midwest.

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PERSONAL I

Military demands are cutting
into the medical staff of the Uni-
versity Hospital.
Forty doctors in the Hospital's
resident training program, almost
10 per cent of the staff, have been
called, according to Dr. Roger B.
Nelson, assistant director of the
Hospital.
Speech Play
'Continues Run
Shakespeare's tragedy "Romeo
and Juliet" wil be performed again
at 8 p.m. today in the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.
Produced by the speech depart-
ment, the play will run through
Saturday. Special student tickets,
costing 60 cents, are available for
tonight's performance. The regular
price scale for tickets is $1.20, 90
and 60 cents.
The Theatre's box office will be
open daily throughout the run
from 10 a.m. to curtain time for
the ticket sale.

THOUGH THE staff reduction
hasn't impaired the quality of the
Hospital's patient care, it has re-
sulted in some curtailment of re-
search activities and increased the
work load for the remaining staff
members, Dr. Nelson pointed out.
Of the eleven clinical depart-
ments that have released doc-
tors, the largest number have
gone from the surgery depart-
ment, which has lost 16 of its
former total of 83 surgeons.
The hospital has been able to

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salary. Apply at Folletts Book Store,
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TRANSPORTATION
THREE DESIRE RIDE to Kansas City.
Leave by April 5. Call 7413. )16T
SAVE ON Vacation Travel! Take the
Vulvan Student Train to Buffalo, Ro-
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student coaches to Chicago. Tickets,4
can be ordered at the Ad. Building
from today to Monday, April 2. )15T

BUSINESS SERVICES

LOST-Tux jacket in Quad, over J-Hop
with RUDOFKER label on inside
pocket. Reward. Ph. 7651. )42L
LOST in Maynard parking lot-small
purse. Keys desired. Phone 2-3647.
)41L
LOST-Pair of glassesg between League
and Martha Cook. Call Marie Dia-
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U.S. NAVY T-SHIRTS 49c-Men's'
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Washington Street.

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replace only three of the 40 doc- Hall To Head Far

tors called for" military service and
replacements for future losses are
not available.r
At the present time, the Hospi-
tal has a total of 379 doctors on
its staff, including 49 internes, 219
in the resident training program
and 111 permanent staff mem-
bers, Dr. Nelson declared.
While the medical staff has
been decreasing, he added, the
number of patients given medical
care has been gradually increas-
ing.

East Association
Prof. Robert B. Hall, of the ge-
ography department and Director
of the Cent~r for Japanese Stud-
ies, was elected president of the
Far Eastern Association at a
meeting here yesterday.
He was vice-president of the
Association when it was founded
several years ago, and he suc-
ceeds Prof. Harold S. Quigley of
the University of Minnesota as
president.

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DAIL~Y OFFICIAL BULLETIN]
The Daily Official Bulletin is an will be interviewing all branches of
official publication of the University Engineers, Physicists, Chemists, and
bf Michigan for which the Michigan Mathematicians with either B.S., M.S.,
Daily assumes no editorial responsi- or PhD. degree.
bility. Publication in it is construc- Tues., April 3, a representative from
tive notice to all members of the Uni- the Union Central Life Insurance Com-
versity. Notices should be sent in pany, Detroit, will be interviewing men
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552 interested in insurance sales.
Administration Building, by 3 p.m. on wed., April 4, a representative of
the day preceding publication (11 a.- Swift and Company, Chicago, will be
m. Satnrdays). interviewing Business Administration
graduates for sales, accounting, and
THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1951 standards (wage incentive systems).
VOL. LXI, No. 124 Wed., April 4, a representative of the
Proctor & Gamble : Company, Cincin-
nati, will be interviewing Business Ad-
otices ministration graduates for their Ad-
vertising Department. Openings are in
Social chairmen and program chair- brand management, copy supervision,
men of student organizations are re- merchandising, and developing media
quested to calendar activities so as to plans.d
avoid falling within the ten days prior Wed. and Thurs., April 4 and 5, a
to a final examination period. (Com- representative of the Allegheny-Ludlum
mittee on Student Affairs, May 1950). Steel Corporation, Brackenridge, Penn-
The final examination period for the sylvania, will be interviewing Civil, Me-
current semester begins June 2. tallurgical, Electrical, and Mechanical
Engineers and Analytical Chemists.
Personnel Requests: Both B.S. and graduate degrees.
The U.S. Civil Service Commission For further information and ap-
announces the following examinations pointments for interviews please call
Radio Engineer, Grades GS-5 and GS-7, at the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
closing date is April 3, 1951; Junior Sci- Admin. Bldg.
entist and Engineer with options Chem-
ist, Physicist, Metallurgist, Engineer, Employment: The National Tube
Mathematician, and Electronic Scien- Company of Lorain, Ohio, will hold two
tist, no closing date. group meetings on Mon., April 2. One
The Detroit Civil Service Commission meeting at 5 p.m. in 348 West Engineer-
announces an examination for Junior ing for June and August graduates,
Industrial Hygienist. Filing date until and one at 7 p.m. in 1042 East En-
June 30, 1951. gineering Bldg. for Juniors and Sopho-
For further information call'at the mores who want summer work.
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin. Representatives of McDonnell Air-
Bldg. craft Corporation, St. Louis, Missouri
Bd_. will interview June and August gradu-
Summer Op ortunities: Students in- ates"as follows
terested in summer employment will Aeronautical-Tues., April 3, Sign
have an opportunity to examine the schedule on the Aero bulletin board
Bureau of Appointment's personnel re- opposite room 1079 E. E.
quests from camps and resorts, Thurs., Civil, Mechanical, Industrial-Wed.,
1 to 5 p.m., Room 3B, Michigan Union. April 4, Sign schedule on the Mechani-
m. _B Mhi U 'cal bulletin board near room 225 W. E.
Employment Interviews: On April 2 and 3 Mr. W. J. Hatcher
of Piasecki Helicopter Corporation,Api2,arrentivofheMtn
EMon., April 2,ea representative of the Mortn ascPiennsylvania wil Inrvie
Sylvania Electric Products, Inc., New June and August graduates from Me-
York, will be interviewing Mechanical, chanAeoutical iandfEMe
Chemical, Industrial, and Electrical chical eonautical D ilamens nElec
(Communications) Engineers, Chemists, Room 1521 E. E. For further informa-
Physicists, Metallurgists, Class Techno- tion, see the Aero bulletin board op-
logists, and Accounting majors. posite room 1079 E. E.
Mon. and Tues., April 2 and 3, a rep- J. William Long and Jim Wilkerson
resentatiye from the Franklin Institute, of Curtiss Wright Corporation, Propel-
a research institute in Philadelphia, ler Division, Caldwell, New Jersey, will
OPENING FRIDAY EVENING
Ibsen's
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interview June and August graduates
as follows:
Mon., April 2, Aeronautical Engineer-
ing Department; Mon., April 2, Electri-
cal Engineering Department; Tues.,
April 3, Mechanical Engineering De-
partment.
Sign schedules posted on the Aero,
Electrical or Mechanical bulletin board.
On April 3, 4, and 5, three represen-
tatives of Boeing Airplane Company,
Seattle, Washington, will interview
June and August Engineering gradu-
ates as follows:
Aeronautical and Advanced degree
grads in Math: See schedule. on Aero
bulletin board opposite room 1079 E. E.
Electrical and Physicists: See sched-
ule on Electrical bulletin board oppo-
site board near room 304 W. E.
Mechanical: See Mechanical bulletin
board neardroom 225 W. E.
All students who wish to be inter-
viewed should attend the group meet-
ing to be held Mon., April 2, in room
348 W. Engineering Bldg.
Lectures
University Lecture, auspices of the
Department of Political Science, with
the co-operation of the American As-
sociation of University Women and the
League of Women Voters of Ann Arbor.
"Fundamentals of Our Far Eastern
Policy." Dean Rusk, Assistant Secre-
tary of State for Far Eastern Affairs.
Thurs., March 29, 4:15 p.m., Rackham
Amphitheater.
University Lecture, auspices of the
Department of Sociology. "Population
Problems of Undeveloped Areas." Dr.
Frank W. Notestein, Office of Popula-
tion Research, Princeton University,
Thurs., March 29, 8:00 p.m., 131 Bus-
iness Admin. Bldg.
Academic Notices
Doctoral Examination for Russell Earl
Duff, Physics; thesis: "The Use of Real
Gases in a Shock Tube", Thursday,
March 29, East Council Room, Rackham
Bldg., at 3:00 p.m. Chairman, Otto
Laporte.
Mathematical Statistics Seminar:
Thurs., March 29, 3-5 p.m., 2016 Angell
Hall. Prof. D. A. Darling will continue
his discussion of statistical decisions.
Seminar in Applied Mathematics will
meet Thursday, March 29, at 4:00 p.m.,
in Room 247 West Engineering Bldg.
Professor C. L. Dolph will continue his
talk on "A Non-linear Partial Differen-
tial Equation Treated by E. Hopf and
Its Bearing on The Subject of Tur-
bulence."
Orientation Seminar in Mathematics:
Meeting, Thursday, March 29, 4:00 p.
m., 3001 Angell Hall. Miss Curran will
speak on "Four Dimensional Space."
Tea at 3:30 p.m.
Bacteriology Seminar, Thursday,
March 29, 8:00 a.m. in Room 1520 East
Medical Building. Speaker: Mr. Prah-
lad C. Rajam. Subject: "The Effect
of Injection on Tissue Ascorbic Acid."
Physical Education - Women Studies
Registration for the next eight weeks'
classes in physical education for women
will be held in the fencing room, Bar-
bour Gymnasium, as follows:
Fri., March 30 - 7:30 a.m. - 12 noon,
1-4 p.m.
Sat., March 31 - 8 a.m. - 12 noon.
Concerts

quirements for the Master of Music
degree, the recital will be open to the
public.
Events Today
Canterbury Club: 10:15 a.m. Holy
Communion: breakfast.
La p'tite causette meets today at 3:30
p.m. in the Michigan League.
Phi Beta Kappa: Annual Meeting,
4:15 p.m., Room 1035, Angell Hall. Elec-
tion of new members. Vote on amend-
ment to abolish future election of
graduate students. Members urged to
attend.
International Center Weekly Tea for
foreign students and American friends,
4:30-6 p.m.
Polonia Club, meeting at the Inter-
national Center, 7:30 p.m. Monte Carlo
Party. All students of Polish descent
and their friends are invited.

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Craft Group meets at Lane Hall, 7:30
p.m.
Gilbert and Sullivan Society: Re-
hearsal of women's chorus, 8:15 p.m., in
the League; men's chorus, 8:15 p.m.
in the Union.
Society of Automotive Engineers:
Harold Welch, of Chrysler Engineering,
will give a talk on the new 180 horse-
power Fire Power Engine. Cut-away
engine will also be available. 8:00 p.m.,
Architecture Auditorium.
Arnold Air Society meeting 7:30 p.m.,
North Hall. H. C. Carver, authority on
celestial navigation, will speak. All in-
terestel Air Force ROTC students in-
vited.
Coming Events
Hawaii Club Meeting, Fri., March 30,
7:30 p.m., in Grand Rapids Room,
Michigan League. Bridge, dancing.
University Museums Fri. evening pro-
gram will feature "Water Birds." Three
films: "Water Cycle," "Wetlands," and
"Life Cycle of a Moscovy + Duck," 7:30
p.m., Kellogg Auditorium. Free to the
public.
Acolytes: Friday, Mar. 30, at 7:45 p.m.,
E. Monference Room, Rackham Bldg.
Professor Katona will talk on "Gestalt
Theory".
Westminster Guild: Open House, Fri.,
March 30, 8 p.m. First Presbyterian
Church.
The Interco-operative Council: Fri.,
March 30, 8:15 to 11:15 p.m., 1017 Oak-
land. Discussion on the present Rus-
sian government; Dr. J. H. Meisel,
chairman. Everyone invited.

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