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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1952

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Lawyers Plan Injunction
Against Three Road Unions
(continued from Page 1) rail is being delivered by truck
from Detroit, but on a curtailed
And Ann Arbor Postmaster Os- basis.
wald Koch urged local residents to Local industries ' eyed their
use airmail-still on a regular stockpiles of vital materials with
four-a-day schedule in and out of King-Seeley Corp. fearing "bottle-
the city-for any first-class mat- necks" which would hamper oper-
ter. Mail regularly delivered by ations, and Kaiser-Frazer warning
that some needed materials would
run out by tomorrow. The giant
Union Opera plant is currently working on con-
r tracts for the Air Force's newest
UJhe rs T ii transport, the c-119.
Us~ ers j Nominally, the strike is against
the Army, which has been operat-
ing the nation's railroads since it
Positions as ushers and house executed a presidential seizure or-
committeemen for Union Opera der to avert a threatened strike in
are now available for the March August 1950.
26, 27 and 28 performances, Pro-A
motions Chairman Mark Sand-
ground, '52, announced yesterday. Burgers Purloin
About 20 ushers will be neededR
for each night, and. they must ROTC Equipment
provide their own tuxedo, black
tie and soft white shirt, Sand- Thieves broke into North Hall
ground said. The four man house Saturday night and stole more
committee will supervise distribu- than $400 worth of ROTC equip-
tion of programs and supervise the ment Saturday night, according
ushering staff. ment, according to Captain Wil-
Both ushers and committeemen liam J. Langsworthy, of the Army
will see the show free each night Ordnance division..
they work. Anyone interested may Although the intruders broke
contact the Union Opera office, into several offices and supply
2-4431 between 3 and 5 p.m. rooms, the loot consisted entirely
Sandground also reminded stu- of radios and other communica-
dents that mail orders for tickets tions supplies taken from the Sig-
are still being accepted, with the nal corps storeroom, he said.
general sale slated to begin Mar. Ann Arbor police are currently
19. investigating the case.
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BLOOD FLOWS FREELY ON FIRST DAY:

Furniture Contest Open

'Beat Texas U' Drive Nets 100 Donors

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By MARGE SHEPHERD
Close to 100 donors passed
through the impromptu hospital
set up in the South Quid base-
ment yesterday during the first
day of the all-campus "Beat Texas
U" blood donations campaign.
An atmosphere of cleanliness
and friendliness filled the center
as each member of the unit per-
formed his job in the smoothly
run organization.
REGISTRATION of each stu-
dent, faculty member or non-
academic employe is checked first,
Mrs. Ethyl Atkinson, executive
secretary of the Washtenaw Coun-
ty Red Cross explained. Those who
have already turned in a pledge
card have been scheduled singly
or by groups. People who have not
turned in cards but wish to donate
may simply drop in at the center
and register there.
At the registration table stu-
dents indicate their preference
as to what the blood will be used
for: the armed forces, replace-
ment of blood used by a mem-
ber of the family or a friend or
a use to be determined by the
Red Cross. Thus far most stu-
dents have indicated the armed
services as their choice
Volunteer doctors or medical
students then take the donor's
temperature, pulse, blood pressure
and hemoglobin test. A complete
history of previous illnesses, oper-
ations and allergies is prepared at
this point.
About20 people operate the
blood center, all volunteers ex-
cept a nurse, custodian and
technician. Some travel with the
mobile unit from Lansing, others
are students or employed at the
University hospital.
After the case record has been
thoroughly checked the actual do-!
nation begins. After the pint of
blood has been secured a small!
amount is placed in a "pilot tube"
attached to the bottle as an indi-
cation of the blood type.
The bottle of blood is then
packed in crushed ice for shipment
to Lansing where it will be pro-
cessed.
Following the donation coffee
and sandwiches are served while
the patient rests for 15 to 20 min-
utes. The whole process takes
about half an hour, Mrs. Atkin-
son said.
The clinic will be open from 2
to 5 p.m. and 7 to 10ap.m. Monday
through Thursday and from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday until March
21.

A $2,000D competition for the
best designs for an office desk and
matching chair has been an-
nounced by The Wood Office Fur-
niture Institute, trade association
Prof. Revelli Will
Head Bandmasters
Prof. William D. Revelli, direc-
tor of University of Michigan
Bands, has been elected president
of the American Bandmasters As-
sociation.
The election took place at the
association's annual meeting held

of manufacturers of wood office
furniture.
The contest, open to students
of accredited schools of archi-
tecture, industrial design, art and
related fields, runs through April
15.
The Institute will award a grand
prize of $1,000, a $500 second
prize, a $250 third prize and five
additional prizes of $50 each.
For those interested, rules, in-
formation and an entry blank are
incorporated in a booklet which
may be obtained from The Wood
Office Furniture Institute, 730
11th Street, N.W., Washington 1,
D.C.

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An ITy p oNG
QALTY PRINTING

-Daily-welling Squier
FIRST DAY DONER-Henrietta Hermelin, '55, relaxes as a nurse prepares her-for blood donation.
Miss Hermelin is from Stockwell Hall, where a special intra-dorm blood campaign has been organized.

NEW CURRICULUM:
Family Living Program Cited
*As Injuring Marriage Series

The University's new family liv-
ing program has been cited as a
possible cause for the decline in
popularity of the Marriage Series,
by Assistant Dean of Students
Ivan Parker, who is in charge of
the series.
Parker recalled that at one time
so many people wanted to sub-
scribe to the Lecture series that
a priority system was set up giv-
ing seniors and graduate stude;its
ticket priority.
Because of this demand, the
University decided to add a series
of credit courses under Assistant
Dean of Students James H. Rob-
ertson, which would cover the
topic material of the lecture series.
After the program was set up, the
Marriage series showed an un-
expected drop in ticket sales.
Included in the new program
are psychology 78, parent-child

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round-trip excursion ticket.

relationship; sociology 60, mar-
riage and family life; economics
91, economics and fipancial prob-
lems of the family; design 68, the
home in the community; and pub-
lic health 176, family health.
With the financial assistance of
the Student Religious Association,
Student Legislature, the League,
Union, and The Daily, four lec-
tures are scheduled to be held late
in April.
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Contest Funds
To Fight Polio
Money raised by Alpha Phi
Omega service fraternity's cam-
pus-wide ugly man contest will
be used to purchase medical equip-
ment to aid in the fight against
polio, Bert Braun, '54, chairman
of the contest announced yester-
day.
The entry deadline for the con-
test is Saturday and Braun urged-
all men's house groups to submit
their names as soon as possible if
they plan to enter the contest.
Women's groups may enter the
contest by acting as co-sponsors
with a men's organization.

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Campus Interviews on Cigarette Tess '
No. 36...THE OTTER
sOMEOF 'EM
oJGHT'ER BE
ASHAMED I
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t A usulymild-mannered and easy-going
lad, he really made the fur fly when he realized
the trickiness of most of the so-cailed cigarette
mildness tests! He knew there was one
honest test of cigarette mildness. Millions of smokers
everywhere know, too - there's one true test!
It's the sensible test.. . the 30-Day Camel
Mildness Test, which simply asks you to try Camels
as your steady smoke - on a pack-after-pack,
day-after-day basis. No snap judgments! Once

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SNTIAGO)~J
'BU6EdOS AIRES
Yes-from May through October-
all of lovely, lively South America
is within your vacation reach, both
in travel time and travel cost.
Two ways to go. 1. Fly the west
coast with Pan American-Grace Airways to
Panama (over the route of Pan American
World Airways) then on south to Quito, Lima,
Santiago and Buenos Aires.
2. Fly the east coast with Pan American
World Airways. Stop at Puerto Rico, Trinidad
-fly on to Rio, Sao Paulo, Montevideo, "B.A."
Go one way-return the other!
These special fares apply to Tourist Service
with giant 4-engine planes.
Pan American is U.S. Sales Agent for Panagra

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