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, THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1952

Ex-'U' Cartoonist A ims Pen at Capitol

Prof. Weaver Praises
Washington's Efforts

ROOMS FOR RENT

"George Washington gave dig-
nity, stability and honor to that
which the world thought was a
passing experiment," Prof. Ben-
net Weaver of the English de-
partment declared yesterday in
summarizing the first president's
contribution to the infant U.S.
government.
Work Underway
On 'Mystery Area'
Construction of a new 3,800
acre proving ground capable of
testing every phase of motor ve-
hicle operation is already under-
way near Chelsea, a Chrysler
Corp. official said yesterday.
The testing grounds, expected
to be the most modern in the au-
tomotive industry, were announced
last year. They are located in the
so-called "Mystery Area," which
was bought for an unknown pur-
pose three years ago, arousing
widespread speculation. S o m e
newspapers had predicted the lo-
cation of an atom bomb factory
there.

Speaking at a speech depart-
ment assembly, Prof. Weaver ob-
served that Washington's personk
al qualities of generosity, kindli-
ness and charity have long been
obscured by his great achieve-
ments as a statesman and a sol-
dier.
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"NO MAN without his great
humanity could ever have been
'first in the hearts of his country-
men,' "Prof. Weaver said. "It was
only the love of his soldiers for
their commander that halted the
insurrection which threatened to
tear apart the colonial army."
"As a general," the professor
related, "Washington didn't take
one cent for personal expenses
and received about half of what
the average young football coach
gets for general expenses."
In looking ahead to the future
of the nation, Washington advo-
cated the establishment of a na-
tional university "where men of
all talents might complete their
education." The president left
money to expedite this project.

--Gargoyle-Maurice Lichterstein

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-in or near Bus. Ad. Bldg.
horned rimmed glasses in navy blue
leather case. Finder notify Connie
Reed. Alice Lloyd Hall. Reward. )9L
REWARD-Gray Parker 51 pencil, cap
missing. Lost vicinity of 3 Tap. Hall.
597 Jordan. 31561. )8L
LOST-MEN'S WRISTWATCH, Girard-
Perregaux. Self-winding. Between
Liberty and William on Maynard,
about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6.
Reward. Call Chuck Elliott, Michi-
gan Daily, 23241. )1L
REWARD-History 93 notes lost.
A.M.H. Jan. 28. Call 21433 Eve. Gil
Lizich. ) 7L
WRONG gray gabardine coat taken from
Gingham Inn Fri. or Sat. night. Party
picking up coat call Al Logelin,
2-9318. )10L
FOR SALE
LEICA CAMERA, with coated Summi-
tar F 2 lens with filter and coated
Elmar F 3.5 lens with filter. Any rea-
sonable offer, after 6:30 p.m., Phil
Zussman, 30521, Ext. 270. )14
TWO TABLE RADIOS, jacks for L-P.'
Have had light use: Arvin AC-DC
Portable: 8 tube Hifidelity (8" speak-
er) 30521, Ext. 790. )15,
TUX, 6 business suits, sport coat (size
38 & 40), various golf clubs, Bruns-
wick bowling ball. Call 1221 Chilcago
House. 24401. )16
CANARIES and other cagebirds. Sup-
plies and cages. 562 S. 7th Street at
West Madison. )8
1951 FORD OVERDRIVE
CUSTOM V-8 TUDOR
fully equipped, 7,000 miles.
$1795. Phone 27559
)2
MICHIGAN MEN WANTED! - WHO
LIKE BARGAINS. Briefs & under-
shirts-35c-3 for $1.00. White "T"
shirts (navy type)-39c ea. Gabardine
dress pants-$5.49. Sam's Store, 122
E. Washington. )18
ONE PAIR OF SKIS-$5. Call Carl,
3-0521 - ext. 350. )17
FOR RENT
ATTRACTIVE furnished apartment. 5
rooms, private bath. Studio apart-
ment, entire 3rd floor. Suitable for
Graduate students. Phone 5201. )5 F
ROOMS FOR RENT
WANTED--Young woman to share at-
tractive apartment near campus. All
facilities, $32.00 a month. Call 3-0425
between 5-8 p.m. )17R
CAMBRIDGE 1430-Single or double for
men, private shower, lots of closets,
quiet home. )13R
SINGLE ROOMS for men, 1346 Geddes
Ave. 2-7044. - )14R
ONE ROOM for male student. 509 Wal-
nut, phone 30807. Close to campus---
arrange terms. )15R
DOUBLE ROOM, kitchen privileges.
6161 W. Madison. Call after 5:30. 7398.
)11R

2-2-ROOM suites, suitable for 2, 3, or MEALS at Fraternity House, good food,
4 people. On campus, 20542. )1OR reasonable prices. Cali 28312. )6M

ROOMS for men who would like a quiet
place to live. Fraternity section.
1402 Hill St., call after 5:30. ) 9R
STUDENTS interested in boarding at
fraternity call 2-9431. )1X
CAMPUS Tourist Home-Rooms by day
or week. Bath, shower, television.
518 E. William St. Phone 3-8454. )5R
DOUBLE ROOMS - Half block from
campus. Linen furnished, gas heat,"
hot water, quiet and convenient. 417
E. Liberty. )4R
BOARDING-Meals taken, arranged as.
desired. Convenient, reasonable, es
cellent home-cooking. Call 6841 eve-
nings. )1iX
LARGE DOUBLE for men, cooking fa-
cilities, linen furnished. Student
landlord. Call 2-7862. )3R
PERSONAL
WANTED--Chinese girl speaking Peking
dialect to teach children. Excellent
pay. Part time. Call 3-0425 between
5-7 evenings.
2 COEDS desirous of 2 males. Objec-
tive: Good bridge games. Call 3029
Alice Lloyd. )3P
ATTENTION MEN! Do you consider
yourself attractive to the opposite
sex? Opportunities. See-ad tomorrow.
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING-REASONABLE RATES. AC-
CURATE & EFFICIENT. Phone 7590,
830 S. Main. IB
TYPING-REASONABLE RATES. AC-
CURATE & EFFICIENT. Phone 7590,
830 S. Main. )1B
WANTED TO RENT
THREE WOMEN grads want furnished
apartment located south of campus.
Box 7, Daily. )2W
DOUBLE ROOM wanted around Bus.
Ad. Box 6, Daily. )3W

J-HOP PICTURES ready at Adminis-
tration Bldg. between hours of 9:30
& 4:30. Tues. thru Sat. After Sat at
Burr-Patterson & Auld. )14M
PRIVATE LESSONS, English or Span-
ish. Experienced, qualified teacher.
3-4665. )12M
SPECIAL February rates for ALL: 40
wks. of Colliers--$3. 30 mos. of Wom-
an's Home Com.-$4. Hurry, Hurry!
Student Periodical Agency, 6007. )2M
FOR (Beauty Counselors Cosmetics)
creams, colognes, soap, etc. for both
men & women, Phone 2-5152. )5M
WANTED TO BUY
LADIES second hand, inexpensive bike.
Call Shirley Josepher 2-2591. )13
a
Ph. 5651
Ending Tonight

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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
University. Notices should be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Administration Building before 3 p.m.
the day precedin'g publication (11
a.m. on Saturday).
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1952
VOL. LXIV, NO. 94
Notices
Regents' Rules Governing of Motor
Vehicles by students. "No student in
attendance at the Tniversity shall op-
erate any motor vehicle. In exception-
al and extraordinary cases, at the dis-
cretion of the Dean of Students, this
rule may be relaxed." The regula-
tion governs the use of a car as well
as the operation of one; consequently,
it is not permissible for a student to
use his car or his family's car for so-
cial, personal, or other purposes when
the car I driven by any person who is
not a member of his immediate family.
Any act of driving without first secur-
ing permission from the Office of Stu-
dent Affairs will constitute grounds
for disciplinary action.
Students may apply for exemption
from the ruling by calling, in person,
at the Office of Student Affairs, 1020
Administration Building, and by giv-
ing complete information on their

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cars. Only the following students may
apply for exemption:
a) Those who are twenty-six years
of age or older.
b) Those who have a faculty rating
of teaching fellow or higher. It is to
be emphasized that exemption is not
granted automatically but is given
only upon personal request.
All other student drivers must re-
port to the Office of Student Affairs
where they may petition for special
permits which will enable them to use
their cars for purposes which are
deemed absolutely necessary.
Student Drivers. Any student per-
mit, special privilege or exempt, will
be considered void as of March 1, if
by that date the 1952 automobile li-
cense number has 'not been recorded
in the Office of Student Affairs.
Late permission for women students
who attended the Charles Laughton
program February 19 will be no later
than 11:30 p.m.
Fellowships and Assistantships: The
Merrill-Palmer School, Detroit, !Vchi-
gan, announces graduate assistantships
and fellowships for the year 1952-53,
in the following fields: family life,
psychology, physical growth, research,
infant laboratory, and nursing.
The Department of Physics and As-
tronomy, The Ohio State University,
Columbus, Ohio, announces graduate
assistantships, fellowships 'and assist-
ant instructorships for the year 1952-
53 in the fields of physics and as-
tronomy.
For further information call at 3528
Administration Building or phone Uni-
versity extension 2614.
Interviews for summer resort posi-
tions: A representative of the Charle-
voix Beach Hotel, Charlevoix, Michigan,
will be at the Bureau of Appointments
T thurs.,Feb. 21. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
to interview applicants for summer
Jobs. There are openings for waitresses,
bus-boys, desk clerks and night clerks.
Applicants should bring a photo or
snapshot with them to the Interview.
Special consideration will be given to
those applicants who will be twenty-
one years of age by next June. Some
openings may be available as of the
end of Summer School. For appoint-
ment, call at 3528 Administration
Building, or phone University exten-
sion 2614.
Personnel Interviews
The Philip Morris and Company, Inc.
of Richmond, Va., will have a repre-
sentative here or Thurs., Feb. 21, to
interview both Chemists and Chemical
Engineers for their Research Staff.
The Inland Steel Company of Indiana
will be on the campus Monday, Febru-
ary 25 to interview students for their
Management Trainee positions as well
as Accountants.
Connecticut General Life Insurance
Company of Hartford, Conn., will have
a representative on the campus Feb-
ruary 26. Students graduating in June
who are interested in this line of work
are eligible to see the individifal..
Pocter and Gamble Company of Cin-
cinnati, Ohio will be on the campus
February 26, Tuesday to see men grad-
uating in June who are interested in

the Buying Department of this firm.
Either men with technical or non-
technical background are eligible.
Personnel Requests
The Illinois Civil Service Commission
announces opportunities for the fol-
lowing positions: Accountant I; Bac-
teriologist I; Civil Engineer I; Employ-
ment Interviewer I; Fish Biologist I;
Food Chemist I; Food Service Super-
visor I; Forester I; Game Biologist I;
Laboratory Technician I; Laboratory
Technician II; Milk Sanitarian I; Oc-
cupational Therapist I; Personnel As-
sistant; Recreation Worker I; Sanitary
Engineer I; Serologist I; and Statisti-
cian I.
For appointments, detailed informa-
tion and applications contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Adminis-
tration Building, Ext. 371.
Lectures
University Lecture, auspices of the
Phoenix Project. "The Krebs Cycle in
Plants," (illustrated), Dr. George C.
Laties, California Institute of Tech-
nology. 4:15 p.m., Fri., Feb. 22, Rack-
ham Amphitheater. Dr. Laties has been
associated with several universities in
this country and England, and is at
present engaged in plant physiological
research at the C.I.T.
University Lecture, auspices of the
Departments of Geology and Mineralo-
gy. "Permian fossils from the Glass
Mountains, which have been recovered
by dissolving limestone in acid." Dr.
G. Arthur Cooper, Curator, Division of
Invertebrate Paleontology and Poleo-
botany, United States National Mu-
seum. 4:15 p.m., Thurs., Feb. 21, 2054
Natural Science Building.
University Lecture. Otto Gombosi,
Professor of Music, Harvard University,
will lecture at 4:15 p.m., Thurs., Feb.
21, Rackham Amphitheater. 'The Be-
ginnings of Renaissance Music." Open
to the public.
Academic Notices
LS & A Students: No courses may
be added to your original elections aft-
er Fri., Feb. 22.
Aero Seminar: Prof. J. D. Schetzer
will talk on "Trends in Aircraft Dyna-
mics," Thurs., Feb. 21, 4 p.m., 1504 East
Eng. Bldg. Interested students and
staff are welcome.
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MISCELLANEOUS
SINGING AND SPEECH DEVELOP-
MENT. Doctor Kenneth N. Wester-
man. Member of the Research Com-
mittee Nat. Association Teachers of
Singing. Phone 6584. )15M
BOARD for women. North side cam-
pus. Call Joyce Gendzwill, 21017.
)13M

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Tonight - Friday
Saturday - Sunday
ARTS
THEATER
CLUB
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YOU CAN'T
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... Starring ..4
JAMES STEWART - JEAN ARTHUR
LIONEL BARRYMORE
Architeeture Auditorium
Friday - Saturday 7:30-9:30
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present;
Orch. 3.60 - 3.00 - 2.40
Balcony 2.40 - 1.80 - 1.20
BOX OFFICE TODAY
FROM 10 A.M.

Read Daily Classifieds

First Year Experience in
MARKETING JOBS

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Student Marketing Club, Bus. Ad. School
THREE SPEAKERS in Marketing Field; each a recent
graduate of the school:
* D. J. MASN ICK-U.S. Steel Co.-Market Research
! D. R. Mac NAUG TON; I.B.M.-Industrial Selling
* ARTHUR CONE, Sears-Retailing
TIME-Thurs., Feb. 21, 7:30 P.M.
PLACE-Room 131 B.A.
All students urged to attend!

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