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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1951

'AP 500 NON-ENTITIES:
'Pin-Heads' Break All-Male Tradition
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n it tapped some 540.roveling
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springs during which the group '.
as been in existence that the
ighty Peak-Headed One sent his
gions o'er the campus to test the
orthiness of female as well as
ale neophytes. :. >
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State Youth
GroupMeets
HereToday
A group of young people from all
over the state will attend the
Michigan Youth Commission work-
shop for a Youth Advisory Council
in Rackham Auditorium today.
This workshop, sponosored here
by the University Extension .Ser-
vice, is an attempt to give students
from twenty-five state youth or-
ganizations a voice in making
plans for future youth programs.
Mrs. Margaret Price, chairman
of the commission, will open the
general session at 10 a.m. with a
salutary address. The key-note
speaker at this session tvill be
Stefan S. Anderson, a junior from
East High School at Madison,
Wisconsin.
Anderson was vice-chairman of
the National Advisory Council on
Youth Participation for the mid-
century White House conference.

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FROM THE pointed dome of Ro-
nance Language came the hooded
and blindfolded Pinnacles like tor-
pedoes shot at their targets. Grop-
.ng in the blackness, they hauled
;he initiates from their slumber,
causing the earth to shake and
hiver., Over many trails, tortured
orely, the new members proved
hemselves worthy to be - called
'Pin-Head."
Returned to the Great Court
of the Walnut, they learned the
secrets of their selection.
"You were chosen," the Mighty
)ne said, "because you have par-
icipated in no extra-curricular ac-
tivities and have in general a lack
)f any sort of distinction."
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Other representatives from this
conference will conduct a panel
discussion entitled, "What Can We
--Daily-Malclm Shatz Do?" Following this, topics will be
-Daiy-Mlcom Satz selected for informal discussion
informal initiation, groups to be held in the afternoon.
w neophytes into the The session will be concluded
Many criticized the with formal action on the work-
shop conclusions.

TAPPERS-Caught during a part of their
Pinnacles are shown stretching' one of the nev
traditional pointed shape between two cars.
initiation as being too long and drawn out.

HE ADDED that
ere drunk and took
lore people than

the tappers
in about 480
originally

"In fact we had not okayed
making the organization coedu-
cational, but it seems to have
worked out nicely."
The Pinnacles ran into troubles
Firm Names
'U' Student as
Award Winner
Paul McCracken, '51 BAd, has
won an honorabe mention award
in a nation-wide creative adver-
tising contest sponsored by a razor
manufacturer.
McCrecken's entry was one of 18
selected for the honorable mention
list. Some 360 college and univer-
sity advertising classes, represent-
ing about 15,000 students, com-
peted in the contest, according to
George 0. Leonard,, advertising
lecturer in the business adminis-
tration school.
Besides gaining recognition in
the national contest, McCracken
was awarded a $25 government
bond for producing the best entry
from the University.
Deadline Extended
The deadline for petitions from
campus groups who wish to co-
sponsor films with the Student
Legislature Cinenka Guild during
the 1951 fall semester has been
extended to 5 p.m. Wednesday,
May 23, according to Bob Baker,
'51BAd, chairman of the SL Cam-
pus Action Committee.
Sailing Club
The following students have been
elected officers in the Sailing Club:
Robert Allen, '54E, commodore;
Joanne Anderson, vice-commo-
dore; Ann McDonald, '53 Officers
secretary; Buddie Petruske, '53,
treasurer; Gill Thorpe, '53P, race
chairman; and John Ritter, fleet
captain.

in the East and West Quads when
a number of men tipped off ahead
of time about the ceremony,
charged upon the group begging
to be initiated.
As is customary The Daily prints
the Pinacles Tapping Song:
"Plopped down plunk with
gurgling grunts,
Pinnacle Poo and capped with
dunce.
Chamois our sham; make no
bones.
% Sharpness counts when heads
are cones.
Greasy grovel to those anoint-
ed.
We tap tools whose heads are
pointed."
Hillel Tea,
Hillel will hold an Award
Tea at. 3 p.m. today in the li-
brary of Lane Hall.
This is the annual tea at
which keys, awards and cups
will be presented by Rabbi Ly-
mon to those people and groups
who have done the most for.
Hillel this past year. ,
Everyone is invited to attend.

'U' Professors To Participate
In MSC Government Forum

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SUMMER ROOMS for men, close to
campus. Phone Dexter 3192 for ap-
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and singles. Student landlord. Near
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to campus. 417 E. Liberty. )52R
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hot water, showers. 808 Oakland.
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Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
122 E. Liberty - Phone 8161 )2P
RAY HATCH will patch that match.
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LOST AND FOUND
SLIDE RULE lost on Forest Thurs. noon.
Finder call A. Ely, 2-3189. )82L
LOST IN ANGELL HALL-Parker 51 pen,
maroon & silver, Please call or re-
turn to Administration Bldg. lost &
found. Reward. Phone 2547 Alice Lloyd
3-1561. )45L
LOST-Grey ski jacket on S.U. or E.U.
If found call 6061. )81L
FOR RENT
DOWNSTAIRS spacious suite, private
entrance, shower, suitable three or
four men. Also large double and one
single. Shown before noon or after
six. 1430. Cambridge Road. )24F
JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 18-6 room house,
furnished A.M.I., garage. Near cam-
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'37 PLYMOUTH - Two-door, excellent
shape mechanically, new motor, brakes
& heater, call Joe Cochin 2-6870. )100

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PHILCO air conditioner, % ton Freon
cooled, window model, $75. Call 2-7318.
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2-1038. )104
1940 NASH-4 doors, heater, radio. Good
condition. $250. Ph. 3-0277 evening.
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BSA BANTAM 125 cc. motorcycle. 140
mi./gal. Less than yr. old. Dick
Kaplan, 3-4145. )98
1950 CHEVROLET CONVERTIBLE -
, Black. All accessories. Low mileage.
Like new throughout. One owner. Pric-
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U.S. NAVY T SHIRTS 49c; U. of M. "T"-
shirts $1.19; Khaki & grey wash pants
with zipper 3.95; genuine Levis $3.75.
Open until 6 P.M. Sam's Store, 122 E.
Washington. )5
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Sleeveless knitten cotton shirts with
a one-inch knitted rib trim on neck
and sleeve line. Four-inch bottom
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Nine members of the faculty will
take part in a forum on state and
local government July 9-27 at
Michigan State College.
The political science department
wil send five professors to the
forum which is designed to give lay
persons a view of the problems and
functions of state and local gov-
ernment in Michigan.
They are: Prof. James K. Pol-
lock, chairman of the department;
Prof. Harold M. Dorr, Prof. Mar-
shall Knappen, Prof. C. Ferrel
Revelli Concerts
William D. Revelli, director of
bands at the music school, will
guest conduct concerts this week
in Joliet and DeKalb, Illinois.
Revelli will direct the nation-
ally famous Joliet High School
band and a clinic band at North-
ern Illinois State Teachers Col-
lege.

Heady, Jr., and Prof. Arthur W.
Bromage.
Other members of the faculty
visiting the East Lansing event will
be Prof. John Dawson of the Law
School; Prof. John W. Lederle, Di-
rector of the Institute for Public
Administration; Prof. Robert S.
Ford, Assistant Dean of the Grad-
uate School, and Marvin Table-
man of the Institute of Public Ad-
ministration.
McIntyre Honored
William R. McIntyre, '53, of De-
troit, has been presented the Har-
mon St. Clair Award, Dean of Stu-
dents Erich A. Walter announced
yesterday. ,
This award is made annually to
a member of Phi Gamma Delta
Fraternity who has been out-
standing in fraternity and campus
activities and maintained a high
academic record.

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Today and Sunday
TOGETHER
AGAIN!
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("The FRENCHMAN")r
and RAIMO .
(-The BAKER'S WIFE")
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Superb Miniatures
Also on Program
A TIMELESS COMEDY OF SAINTS AND SINNERS!

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official publication of the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes no editorial responsi-
bility. Publication in it is construc-
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versity. Notices shoud be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3 p.m. on
the day preceding publication (Al a.-
m. Saturdays).
SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1951
VOL. LXI, No. 160
Notices
Selective Service Examination: Stu-
dents who have been instructed to re-
port to the Intramural Sports Building
for the examination should report in-
stead to Waterman Gymnasium. The
Intramural Sports Building will not be
used.
Students who have been instructed to

report to Room 130, School of Business
Administration, should do so.
Selective Service Examination, May
26: Students whose tickets of admis-
sion for the Selective Service College
Qualification 'Test bear instructions to
report to Room 130, School of Business
Administration, are requested to stop
at the Bureau of Psychological Services,
Room 110, Rackham Building any day
within the week of May 21-25 (Monday
through Friday) for important infor-
mation. Office hours are 8-12 a.m.
and 1-5 p.m. Bring your ticket of ad-
mission with you.
Academic Notices
Sociology 51,Sections 3, 6, and 7: Mr.
Spielman will not be able to meet these
sections Mon., May 21.
Game Theory Seminar: Mon., May
21, 7:30 p.m., 3001 Angell Hall. Speaker:
Prof. Daniel B. Suits.
Doctoral Examination for Robert Mil-
ton Page, Astronomy; thesis: "The
Equivalent Width Variations of Certain
High Excitation Lines Across the Disc
of the Sun," Sat., May 19, Room 23, Ob-
servatory, 2 p.m. Chairman, Leo Gold-
berg.
Doctoral Examination. for Elliot
George Mishler, Social Psychology; the-
sis: "Personality Characteristics and
the Resolution of Role Conflicts," Mon.,
May 21, 4128 Natural Science Bldg., 3
p.m. Chairman, T. M. Newcomb.
Doctoral Examination for Digby Johns
McLaren, Geology; thesis: "The Devon-
ian Stratigraphy and Correlation of the
Alberta Rocky Mountains with Descrip-
tions of the Brachiopod Family Rhyn-
chonellidae," Mon., May 21, 4065 Na-
tural Science Bldg., 3 p.m. Chairman,
E. C. Stumm.
Concerts
.Organ Recital Postponed. The pro-
gram by Robert Ellis, organist, previ-

THE ANN ARBOR DRAMA SEASON
NOW PLAYING
EDNA BEST JOHN ARCHER
in
"CAPTAIN BRASSBOUND'S, CONVERSION"
by George Bernard Shaw
Matinee at 2:30
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
NEXT WEEK-

ously announced for 4:15 Sunday after-
noon, May 20, in Hill Auditorium, has
been postponed until Tuesday evening.
May 29, at 8:30.
Events Today
Faculty Sports Night. Final meeting
of the year, IM Building, 7:30 p.m. For
further information telephone Mrs.
Dixon 258475.
Saturday Luncheon Discussion Group,
Lane Hall, 12:15 p.m. Discussion on
Comparative Religions.
Hillel: Saturday morning services, 9
a.m., Upper Room, Lane Hall.
Hillel Awards Tea will be held in
Lane Hall Library, 3 p.m.
Congregational - Disciples - Evangeli-
cal & Reformed Guild: 7:30 to 9 p.m.,
at the Guild House. Fireside on Science
and Religion.
Coming Events
U. of M. Marching Band Members are
urged to be present for the first re-
hearsal, Mon., May 21, 4:15 p.m. on S.
Ferry Field without instruments. No-
tify other members of this rehearsal.
Electrical Engineering Department,
Research Discussion Group: Last meet-
ing of the academic year, 4 p.m., Mon.,
May 21, 2084 E. Engineering Bldg. Mr.
E. B. Therkelsen, Research Engineer,
Willow Run Research Center, will dis-
cuss Principles and Applications of
Servomechanics. The committee of the
R. D. G. for next year will be presented.
Everyone welcome.
Phi Eta Sigma: Initiation and Ban-
quet, Mon., May 21, Union. Initiation,
Room 3G, 5:45 p.m. Banquet-Room
3K, 6:15 p.m.
IZFA: Picnic and outing at the Is-
land, Sun., May 20. Meet at WAB 2
p.m. Election of officers.

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C. E. D.: Meeting, Mon., May 20, 4:15
p.m., Union. Election of officers and
matters of policy.

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Graduate Outing Club: Canoeing,
Sun., May 20. Meet at Grad. Outing
Clubroom, northwest corner of Rack-
ham at 2:15 p.m. All grads welcome.

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