GE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY
A limited number of $2.90
tickets for tonight's MSC hock-
ey game at E. Lansing will be
on sale from 1 to 4:30 p.m. to-
day in the Administration
Bldg., Bob Golten, '53, special
trips chairman of the Wolver-
ine Club, announced.
The price of the ticket in-
cludes transportation and game
price. The bus will leave at
5:45 p.m. today from the Union.
Of Air Men
SYDNEY, Nova Scotia - (R) -
Eighteen U.S. Air Force men, shep-
herded by the only one who had
ever jumped before, parachuted
safely from a twin-engine trans-
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN]
C ' AM 1* J t port, iced up in a blizzard as the
U mniIfh11 last of its gas gave out yesterday.
Blamed for Plunge
In Athletes' Records
Alumni from the University,
Michigan State College and Notre
Dame University have caused a
drop in the scholastic and athle-
tic standings of two Muskegon
High School students, according
to Muskegon principal George A.
Manning charged t h a t the
alumni had so enthusiastically
"rushed" the two students, both
high school football stars, that he
was becoming concerned about
their academic records.
He said that he had com-
plained to the presidents of ;the
three institutions and had re-
ceived their assurances that
every effort would be made to
curb the practice.
University officials were not
available for comment.
The principal said that the
alumni have been entertaining the
two youths with numerous trips
to sports events, to the college
campuses and to Chicago, and
have invited them to several ban-
He also told the presidents that
both boys were showing the strain
not only scholastically but in
their slipping performances on the
high school basketball team.
One of the two has been the
most publicized Muskegon athlete
since the days of Muskegon's Ben-
nie Oosterbaan, present Univer-
Alan Warshawski, '52, has been
awarded the $500 Sims Senior
Honor Scholarship in Economics.
Established by Ernest and Nata-
lie C. Sims of Elkhart, Indiana,
the award is given annually to the
junior student, concentrating in
economics, deemed by the eco-
nomics department to be the most
outstanding in his field.
They rode the silk 3,000 feet
through darkness and a 50-mile-
an hour gale. The derelict plane
roared over homes in this indus-
trial city of 30,000 and crashed in
* * *
THREE OF the plane's 14 pas-
sengers and four crewmen suffer-
3d minor injuries; the others land-
The jump master was the
flight engineer, Staff Sgt. R. A.
Redinger of Chambersburg, Pa.
As the only veteran of a para-
chute leap in the group, he helped
the passengers into their 'chutes
and ordered them out with mili-
tary precision while the pilot and
co-pilot wrestled with the controls
to see the plane crashed where it
wouldn't harm anything on the
ground. Then the crewmen fol-
lowed. The whole group landed in
a two-mile-long line.
"I think the hero of this ex-
pedition was Sgt. Redinger," said
Capt. W. L. Riley, pilot. "He went
to work like a veteran and exuded
so much confidence."
The following students received
all A's in the engineering college
for the fall semester:
Oleza Bilaniuk; Jere Brophy,
'55; Donald Downie, '52; James
Durand, '55; Charles Eckfield, '54;
Theodore Feenstra, '52; Edward
Gilbert, '52; Grant Hagen, '52;
Dale Haskin, '52; Barry Henning,
'53; Bruce Highstrete, '53; Robert
McGhee, '52; Harry Mosher, '52;
Warren Norquist, '53; Robert Ro-
ensch, '52; Donald Rothschild, '52;
James Ryan, '54; Zdzislaw Sul-
kowski, '53; Donald Tackett, '53;
Joseph Yope, '54.
A panel on Indian elections will
highlight an open meeting of the
Indian Students Association at
7:30 p.m. today in Rm. 3D of the
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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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University. Notces should be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Adminiztration Building before 3 p.m.
the day preceding publication (11
a.m. on Saturday).
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1952
VOL. LXIV, NO. 101
Faculty, College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts. Meeting, Mon.,
March 3, 4:10 p.m., 1025 Angell Hail.
Because of the Assembly Ball, all
women students have a 1:30 a.m. late
permission on Fri., Feb. 29.
Freshmen who have competed in the
recent Hopwood contest may obtain
their manuscripts in the Hopwood
The Date for petitions to the Hop-
wood Committee (see paragraph 12,
page 9, of the current Hopwood bulle-
tin) has been extended to March 7.
R.C.A. Victor Division, Camden, New
Jersey will have a representative on
the campus Monday and Tuesday,
March 3 and 4 to interview individuals
who are interested in research, design
and development, manufacturing and
sales engineers as well as chemists and
physicists for their Specialized Train-
ing Program. In addition they are in-
terested in seeing accountants and
persons for purchasing, personnel and
sales. There will be a group meeting
Monday morning at 8:30 in 4051 Ad-
On Monday, March 3, Dr. Paul E.
Williams will be here to represent the
following companies interested in June
graduates of the included fields:
Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co.,
Youngstown, Ohio (Metallurgical-, Me-
chanical, Electrical, Civil or Industrial
Engineers; Commerce or Arts graduates
for Sales work); Eimco Corporation,
Salt Lake City, Utah (Chemical, Metal-
lurgical, Civil or Mechanical Engi-
neers); G e n e r a l Fireproofing Co.,
Youngstown, Ohio (Commerce or Arts
graduates for Sales); Ortho Pharmaceu-
tical Corporation, Raritan, New Jersey
(Arts and Sciences graduates with pre-
medical zoology or Chemistry majors
for Sales; Bacteriologist with experi-
The Armed Forces Security Agency
will be on the campus, Wed., March 5
to interview men graduating in June
in mathematics (statistics) or linguis-
tics (Slavic tongues) for communica-
The Boy Scouts of America will have
a representative on the campus Wed.,
March 5 to talk to men interested in
working for this organization. June
graduates are eligible.
Marathon Corporation of Menasha,
Wisconsin, will be here Wed., March 5
to see June graduates for the following
positions: accounting, personnel, gen-
eral business, engineering and chemis-
try. There will be a group meeting at
8:15 that morning in 3516 Administra-
tion Building for those interested.
National-Standard Company of Niles,
Michigan has openings for Chemists
and Chemical Engineers. This firm
produces wire braids, tapes and strand-
ed wire. .
The Dixie Shops, Inc., of Ann Arbor,
has an opening for an Assistant Store
Manager. Some experience in apparel
shops is desired but not necessary.
For appointments, details and ap-
plications contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3528 Administration Build-
ing, Ext. 371.
Non-Algebraic Topology Seminar:
Fri., Feb. 29, at 3 p.m., in Room 3011
A.H. Mr. Cross will speak $n Saai-
frank's Retraction Properties for Nor-
mal Hausdorff Spaces.
Seminar in Transonic Flow: Fri., Feb.
29, 4 p.m., 1504 E. Engineering. Prof.
R.C.F. Bartels will speak on Tricomic's
problem for the mixed partial differ-
ential equation and the connection
with the flow of a compressible fluid.
Economics 51, 52, 53, 54 Make-up Final,
Fri., March 7, 3 p.m., Room 207, Eco-
Canterbury Club. Canterbury House
Tea, 4 p.m., and Evening Prayer in St.
Michael's Chapel at 5:15 p.m.
Roger Williams Guild: 8:45-12 mid-
night, Sadie Hawkins Square Dance.
Travel and Summer Projects Office
open at Lane Hall, Tuesday and Fri-
day, 4-5 p.m. Information available
for travel, study, and work opportuni-
ties in the United States and abroad.
SRA Coffee Hour. Lane Hall, 4:30-6
p.m., honoring students from other
lands. All students welcome.
Hillel Services. 7:45 p.m., Lane Hall.
Speaker, Dr. Max . Hutt, Asso. Prof.,
Dept. of Psychology. "What is the
Motion Pictures, auspices of the Uni.
versity Museums. "Life Story of the
Fern," and "Life of a Plant." 7:30 p.m.,
Fri., Feb. 29, Kellogg Auditorium.
Forum on College and University
Teaching. Rackham Amphitheater, 3-5
p.m. "What Makes Good College
Teaching?" Panel discussion: Algo
D. Henderson, Professor of Higher
Education, Chairman; Frank X. Braun,
Assistant Professor of German; Sidney
Fine, Assistant Professor of History;
Clayton L. Hill, Professor of Industrial
Relations; Hazel M. Losh, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Astronomy; Walter C. Sadler,
Professor of Civil Engineering. This is
the first of five meetings of the For-
um, same time and place on successive
Fridays. Graduate students, teaching
fellows, members of the faculty of the
School of Music Assembly: Student
Council, Business meeting, Sat., Mar. 1,
1 p.m. 406 BMT. Members and alter-
nates of both old and new councils
requested to be present.
Composers' Forum Postponed: The
Composers' Forum, under the direction
of Ross Lee Finney, originally an-
nounced for Mon., M'arch 3, in the
Rackham Assembly Hall, has been post-
poned. fhe group will present a pro-
gram on April 18 in conntion with
the meetings of the Mid-West members
of the American Musicological Society,
to be held in Ann Arbor.
Forum on College TeachingPositins,
sponsored by Student Assembly Coun-
cil of the School of Music, 8 p.m., Mon.,
March 3, Rackham Assembly Hall. In-
el members: Earl V. Moore, Dean of the
School of Music, Robert Williams, As-
sistant Dean of Faculties; Allen P. Brit-
ton, Assistant Professor of Music Edu-
cation, and Moderator and Charles,
Lutton of Lutton Music Personnel
Service of Chicago. School of Music
students and graduate students ma-
joring in music are 'urged to attend.
Economics Club. 8 p.m., Mon., Mar.
3, Rackham Amphitheater. Prof. C. F.
Remer, Department of Economids.
"Japanese Views on Economic Develop-
ment." All staff members and students
in Economics and Business Administra-
tion are invited, Others who are in-
terested will be welcome.
SRA Inter-cultural Retreat. Satur-
day and Sunday, Saline Valley Farms.
Japanese students in charge. Leave
Lane Hall, 2 p.m., Sat. Make reserva-
tions at Lane Hall by Friday noon.
Graduate Outing Club. Meet at the
rear of the Rackham Building, Sun.,
March 5, 2 p.m.
HOURS: 1 to 5 P.M.
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .54 1.21 1.76
3 .63 1.60 2.65
4 .81 2.02 3.53
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Classified deadline daily except
Saturday is 3 P.M., Saturdays,
11:30 A.M. for Sunday Issue.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-One Banner advertising Michi-
ganensian Price Rise March 1 to $6.00.
Will wise guy please return it to Stu-
dent Publications Bldg. Listen "Mac"
those things are worth money. N.T.T.
FOR SALE-Small portable RCA Victor
Radio and Men's Hawthorne balloon-
tire bike. Both items cheap. Phone
evenings. 2-9427. )30
SPECIAL - 20% off on napkins and
matches. Personalized with your name.
Burr Patt's 1209 S. University. )6P
ATTRACTIVE furnished apartment for
two male students, private bath.
$16.00 per week. Call Les Bennett,
GIRL WANTED -to share an attractive
3 bedroom apartment, on Hill off
Packard. $29.00 per month. Call 3-1009
after 5:30. )8F
CHARMING London home for rent or
exchange for Ann Arbor house or
apartment this summer. July through
Sept. Call 7605. )9F
REWARD-Lost 2-tone glasses vicinity DOUBLE ROOM with cooking privileges.
A.H. & E.E. 3-1561, Rm. 4035. )15L 1116 Packard. 2-1931. ) lF
TUX, 6 business suits, sport coat (size
38 & 40), various golf clubs, Bruns-
wick bowling ball. Call 221 Chicago
House. 24401. )16
ORCHIDS special this week. $2.50 each
as long as supply lasts. Place order
now for Assembly Ball. Varsity Flow-
er Shop-1122 So. University, Phone
MEN'S SUIT. 37-38 L. Two trousers.
$20. 211 Fletcher Hall, 3-1511. )24
1948 Washing Machine, excellent con-
dition-$45.00. Ph. 2-7060. )28
FOR SALE-Admiral combination radio
and 3 speed phonograph. 6719 Gom-
berg, So. Quad. Ext. 349. )27
GABARDINE PANTS $5.49-$7.50 value.
Colors: Brown, blue, green, grey-ad-
vertised in Life. Sam's Store, 122 E.
Wash. Ph. 3-8611. )26
FOR SALE-Remington portable-$25.
Double florescent student lamp-$15.
Call 2-3418 eve. & weekends.
CANARIES Colorbred orange rollers.
$15 each. Female $3-$5 each. Zebra
Finches, $5 a pair. Mrs. Ruffins, 562
S. Seventh. )8
APARTMENT for 3 men. Five Freedoms
Acre. Phone 8238. )11F
ROOMS FOR RENT
DOUBLE ROOMS -- Half block from
campus. Linen furnished, gas heat,
hot water, quiet and convenient. 417
E. Liberty. )4R
APT. HUNTING? Try Apt. finding ser-
vice at the Campus Tourist Home.
Families welcome. Cook Priv. 518 E.
Hand Woven, Hand Embroidered.
All Colors, All Sizes. $12.95
Phone 20491 or 6739
ALTERATIONS - Ladies garments --
Prompt service. Catherine near State
St. Call 2-2678. A Graves. )3B
GIRLS interested in modeling for local
women's stores contact advertising
manager, Michigan Daily. Ph. 2-3241. -
WANTED-Student to work for room.
Must be here during summer school.
Chance to earn extra money. Call
Mrs. Slade, 6266 for appointment. )6H
WANTED HOUSEKEEPER-2 in family,
one semi-invalid-would be interested
in student couple. Call 5606 days or
3-4047 after 8 p.m. )7H
MILLIONS of dollars are being lost by
FACULTY members who do not sub-
scribe thru Student Periodical Agcy,
RIDE to and from Detroit wanted. Bob
Spiro, Detroit, TY 5-3962. )1T
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Box office open 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. Daily
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