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THE MICHIGAN ]AILY

THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1951

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creased Food Expenses
use Boost in Dorm Fees

Hall, will not be affected, although
those residents of Beale and Cou-
sins who eat in Lloyd Hall will be
expected to pay the new rates.
The rate changes were ap-
proved earlier this month by the
residence halls board of govern-
ors. It was not known yesterday
whether the increase would af-
feet Martha Cook and the Law-
yers Club, which are under sep-
arate supervision. However,
Shiel said these groups "gener-
ally follow residence halls poli-
cies,"
Shiel noted that, despite the in-
crease, University rates would re-
main among the two or three low-
est within the Big Ten for double
room occupants. He also pointed
out that University rates have
risen only 55 per cent since 1940,
while building costs have gone pup
as much as 150 per cent and the
nation's cost of living index shows
an increase of approximately 80
per cent for the same period.
Munsan Falls;
SeoulPeriled
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The Allies were reported making
planned withdrawals under cover
of thunderous artillery barrages.
This has been described by Army
officers as "rolling with the punch"
every day since the Reds first
struck.
"Friday's Eighth Army com-
munique emphasized that heavy
losses were being inflicted on the
Reds everywhere the opposing
forces were in contact.
But the Reds kept coming, heed-
less of losses. Five trains and 1,400
trucks were spotted rolling south-
ward into the Red lines.
An estimated 18,000 Reds were
killed in three days-to noon Wed-
nesday-by Allied air and ground
action.
A field dispatch said that pos-
sibly half of 33 Chinese Red divi-
sions which struck in Western Ko-
rea were badly mauled.

T o Discuss
Education
Dean Hayward Keniston, of the
literary college, will moderate a
discussion on "What Kind of Edu-
cation Do We Really Need for
Peace?" at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Union.
The discussion, third of the lec-
ture series currently sponsored by
UNESCO and the Union, will fea-
ture on its speakers panel Prof.
Robert Angell, of the sociology
department, Prof. Kenneth Bould-
ing, of the economics department,
and Prof. Samuel Eldersveld of
the political science department.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes no editorial responsi-
bility. Publication in it is construc-
tive notice to all members of the Uni-
versity. Notices sboul be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3 p.m. on
the day preceding publication (11 a.-
m. Saturdays).
THURSDAY, APRIL- 26, 1951
VOL. LXI, No. 140
Notices
Undergraduate Honors Convocation:
The annual Convocation recognizing
undergraduate honor students will be
held at ,11 a.m. Friday in Hill Auditor-
ium. Dr. Ordway Tead, Chairman of
the Board of Higher Education of New
York City, will speak on the subject,
"The Fruits of Scholarship." Classes,
with the exception of clinics and gradu-
ate seminars, will be dismissed at 10:45.
Seniors may be excused from clinics
and seminars to attend the Convoca-
tion. Academic costume will be worn
by faculty members, who will robe
backstage and proceed to their seats
on the stege. Honor students will not
wear caps and gowns. Main floor seats
will be reserved for them and their
families and will be held until 10:55.
Doors of the Auditorium will open at
10:30. The public is invited.
The Interfraternity Council of the
University of Michigan invites the sub-
mission of sealed bids for exclusive re-
cording privileges of the Interfraternity
Sing to be held in Hill Auditorium,
May 9, at 7:30 p.m. The firm chosen
will be granted exclusive selling privi-
leges of the record of the performance.
The Interfraternity Council will take
orders for the records from the public
and forward them to the recording
firm.
Estimates contained in the bids
should be on the basis of a standard
331,3 r.p.m. long-playing record. The
bids should contain the following in-
formation:
1. Retail selling price.
2. Commission to be allowed the In-
terfraternity Council.
3. Whether hand-cut or pressing, and
if pressing, what firm will do the press-
ing. Pressings will be preferred.
4. Delivery service-manner and es-
timated time required. {
All bids should be sealed and ad-
dressed to Mr.. George Cherpelis, 1601
Washtenaw Ave. No bid postmarked
later than April 28 will be considered.
Women students wishing to apply for
a Delta Delta Delta.Scholarship for the
academic year 1951-52 may still do so
through the Office of the Dean of Wo-
men. Applications close May 4. Any
woman student is eligible for this
award. Qualifications will be consid-
ered on the basis of academic standing,
need and contribution to group living.
Personnel Interviews:
The following companies will be in-
terviewing at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments :
Monday, April 30
North American Aviation, Columbus
Division, will be interviewing Aeronau-
tical, Mechanical, and Civil Engineers.
They will also be here on Tuesday,
May 1.
Pennsylvania Salt Company, Detroit
Office, will be interviewing men for
sales positions.
Pennsylvania Salt Company, Wyan-

dotte Plant, will be interviewing Elec-
trical Engineers for plant work; Chemi-
cal Engineers; and women for chemis-
try positions.
Tuesday, May 1
Boeing Aircraft, Wichita Kansas, will
be interviewing Electrical, Metallurgi-
cal, and Chemical Engineers; and men
and women for statistical positions.
Container Corporation, Chicago, will
be interviewing Mechanical, Industrial
Engineers and Business Administration
graduates for production supervision
and sales. Some positions will be in
Cleveland. 1
Scott Paper Company will be inter-
viewing men for sales positions in the
Detroit area.
Wednesday, May 2
Austin Company, Detroit Office, will
be interviewing Civil, Chemical, Archi-
tectural, Mechanical, and Electrical En-
gineers.
Herpolsheimer's Department Store,
Grand Rapids, will be interviewing men
and women for merchandising and re-
tailing positions.
Canada Life Assurance Company,
Jackson Office, will be interviewing
men for sales positions.
Thursday, May 3
Bechtel Corporation, San Francisco,
will be interviewing all types of En-
gineers who are interested in em-
ployment on the West Coast.
Portsmouth Naval Shipyard will be
interviewing Naval Architects, Marine,
M( echanical, Electrical, Electronic, and
ivil Engineers. These civil service ap-
pointments are permanent (not the
present indefinite appointments).
Thursday and Friday, May 3 and 4
Arabian American Oil Company will
be interviewing Mechanical, Electrical,
Civil, Chemical and Petroleum Engi-
neers; and Geologists, Although most
of these positions will be in Saudi Ara-
bia, there are a few openings in their
New York office.
Wright Aeronautical Corporation,
wood-Ridge, New Jersey, will be inter-
viewing Mechanical and Aeronautical
Engineers.
Friday, May 4
Detroit Arsenal will be interviewing
all types of Engineers.
For further information and appoint-
ments for interviews call at the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Administration
Bldg.
Summer Employment:
A representative from the Pennsyl-
vania Salt Manufacturing Company
will be interviewing men and women
interested in summer employment for
their Wyandotte, Michigan plant, Mon.,
April 30. Students who are juniors in
chemistry are preferred. Call the Bu-
reau of Appointhents, Ext. 371 for ap-
pointment.
A representative from the Westmor-
land Sterling Silver Company will be
interviewing students who have a car
and are interested in summer specialty
sales work in the Ann Arbor area, Fri.,
April 27. Call the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, Ext. 2614 for appointment.
Michigan Union Opera: The Joint
Judiciary Council having found that
the Michigan Union Opera held an
unauthorized party on March 30, 1951,
at which intoxicating liquor was served,
and having recommended that the or-
ganization be fined $100 to be appor-
tioned among the members so that the
payment will fall upon the members
responsible, the Sub-Committee on Dis-
cipline approves the recommendation
and orders that the fine be paid by
May 15, 1951.
Sub-Committee on Discipline
Lectures
University Lecture, auspices of the
Department of Political Science. Wal-
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