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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

WOLVERINE CLUB PLAN:

Block 'M' Section To Open To Juniors

Nearly 800 reservations for next
semester's Block 'M' section re-
main to be distributed, the Wol-
verine Club announced yesterday,
with prospective juniors getting
first crack at them from 2 to 5
p.m. today at Barbour Gymna-
sium.
During the past two days, only
students whb will be seniors next
semester have been allowed to
pick up the stubs, which will re-
serve seats between the 35 and 50
yard lines for next season's foot-
ball games.
Because of the common mis-
conception that the stubs are
actual seat assignments, Dorothy
Fink, '55, co-chairman of the
club's Block 'M' Committee, has
pointed out that the "stubs do
not give the students claim to a
* particular seat."
The new flash card policy was
announced last week and initiat-
ed Monday, with seniors-to-be
getting the first chance at the
stubs.
Remaining stubs will be dis-
tributed tomorrow to sophomores.
f'With the right kind of co-op-
eration and spirit, we hope to pro-
duce a flash card section which
will rival the best in the country,"
MissFinkdeclared.
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from page 2)
Pennsylvania State College Graduate
School, will discuss some of his myco-
logical investigations on Wed., May 28,
3 p.m., 1139 Natural Science Bldg.
Orientation Seminar (Mathematics)
Wed., May 28, 2 p.m., 3001 Angell Hall.
Mr. Collins will complete his discussion
of "Boolean Algebra.
Department of Bacteriology announces
the fourth in a series of four seminars
on the writing of scientific papers.
"The scientific paper from tle publish-
er's point of- view." Mr. Walter A. Don-
nelly, Editor of Museums and Official
Publications, University Press. (note
change in time) Thurs., May 29, 9 a.m.,
1514 E. Medical Bldg. Open to the pub-
lic.
Zoology Seminar: James D. Anthony
will speak on "Atractolytocestus huron-
ensis n. gen. n. sp. and Caryocestus n.
gen. (Cestoda: Lytocestidae) with Notes
on the Biology of the Former and a Re-
view of the Lytocestidae" Thurs., May
29, 4:10 p.m., 2116 Natural Science Bldg.
(Continued on Page 4)

Joint Judic
Constitution
MeetsSnag
(Continued from Page 1)
the three women already named
as women's representatives to
Joint Judiciary, although chair-
man Nancy Berry indicated that
this could be done were it abso-
lutely necessary.
* * *
FOR THE PRESENT, as has
been the practice in the past dur-
ing examination periods, the Joint
Judiciary will more or less fuse
with the discipline sub-committee,
with whoever is 'available from
both groups jointly handling dis-
ciplinary cases that may arise.
When the new constitution
can win final clearance is not
now clear. The only certain fact
is that it will not be before next
fall.
For over a year, the Joint Judi-
cary has been functioning on an
experimental basis under the au-
thority of the President, shoulder-
ing an increasingly wide responsi-
bility. It was hoped by Judic mem-
bers that the new constitution
would crystallize the present broad
scope of operation, and correct
certain inequities arising from the
experimental nature of the present
,arrangements.

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O N A 81I C S C A L E -- Marjorie Sweazey plays music on
"cloud-chamber bowls," at Mills College, Oakland, Cal. Instru-
went, designed by Harry Partch, is made of laboratory bottles.

-Daily-Alan Reid
FLASH CARDS-Three students demonstrate how they wiU use
Michigan's maize and blue flash cards next fall when they are
members of the 'M' rooting section. Prospective juniors and seniors
may pick up their stubs to insure a place in the section between 1
and 5 p.m. today in Barbour Gymnasium.

LIK E FATHER, L I K E S O N -On third birthday;
Jay Heifetz, son of famed violinist, takes lesson at Beverly Hills,
Cal., on quarter-size violin Jascha used when he was three.

$ FOR
" Fountain Pens
P Personalized Stationery
o Typewriters
" Webster Tape Recorders
ALSO... ENGRAVED GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS
MORRILL'S .. 314 South Stote .. Phone 7177

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F R I E N D L Y C O M PET I T O RS-Actress Greer Gar.
son 'and Margaret Ann Blair, 10, who exhibited in Tulsa, Okla.,
State Fair, pet one of Greer's prize-winning shorthorn calves,

M E T A L D E T E C T 0 R-Electrical instrument developed
by Heinz Freund of Berlin utilizes a voltmeter which helps to
locate hidden nails and other unwanted metal in auto tires.

SCHOOL-END CLEARANCE
Selected Groups
Regular Weight Clothing
20% off
SUITS
Included in this selected group of suits are broken

lots which include

tweeds, sharkskins,

worsteds, etc.

ALL IN LINE OF DUTT-.Despite beardstgrown
in preparation for a Viking festival, Frederikssund, Denmark,
police are not lax in other respects as they give a parking ticket.

All sizes represented. Original prices range from $52.50
up. An excellent opportunity to save 20% on our regu.
lar fine Van Boven suits.
SPORT COATS
Hand-woven Scotch tweeds, Cashmere blends and
worsted Shetlands are included in this selected group
of sport coats at 20% off.
TOPCOATS
Selected Group

EX-CHAMPION IS 7 7-James J. Jeffries, former
heavyweight boxing champion, receives cake from Paul Helms,
and Bill Schroeder, on his 77th birthday in Burbank, Cal., home.

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