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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Huber House in Uproar
Over Dues Assessment

each resident as house dues for
an expanded social program and
the purchase of a new dictionary.
THE HOUSE immediately split
on the issue of whether or not the
move was constitutional, since the
instrument states that dues are
to be collected only in the fall
semester.
Huber corridors have divided
into bitter factions, for and
against the move. One member
of the anti-assessment forces
complained, "Those jokers in
the next room keep me awake
all night pounding on the
walls."
Signs have cropped up w~arn ing
anti-assessment men to stay out
of pro-assessment corridors under
threat of physical violence.
* * *
A HASTY house meeting was
called. Anti-assessment men held
a decided advantage at the ses-
sion, inasmuch as several of their
members were acquainted with
parliamentary procedure.
Many of the anti-assessment
men were bitterly opposed to
the way the proposed dues
would be spent. One protested,
"We have to pay to subsidize
guys and their dates whether we
go to dances or not. Is that
the American Way?"
Another anti-assessment poli-
tico, who wouldn't speak until he
was assured his name would not
be used, said, "We don't need no
house dictionary. There ain't
that many English majors in the
house."

New Blood
Bank Plan
Announced
University students may even-
tually be included in a new plan
to obtAin the blood necessary for
defense areas, now being tested
in Washtenaw County.
Under the plan each member
of groups participating will give
one pint of blood to a blood bank.
This will insure the donor for life
to receive plasma or whole blood
at any time without cost.
ELIGIBLE for the plan are
church groups, civic and fraternal
organizations, union and employee
groups, Dr. Otto T. Mallery, Jr.,
professor oftinternal medicine,
explained.
A family member b9Ionging to
a group automaticaly insures
the entire family against needs,
for blood, Dr. Mallery added.
Also, since the program is li-
censed to ship blood out of the
state, a member would con
tinue to be insured even though
he moved from the county or
state.
Sponors of the plan are the
State Board of Health, which
operates the blood bank; Washte-
naw Chapter of the Red Cross;
University Hospital; St. Joseph's
Hospital; and Beyer Memorial
Hospital, Ypsilanti.
Two out of every ten pints of
blood collected will be placed at
the disposal of the county Red
Cross chapter for Korea and de-
fense needs.

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MICHIGAN CALENDARS
Twenty-Four Views
Week's Engagements on a Page-Reduced to 59c Each
Month on a Page Calendars-Reduced to 40c Each
ALUMNAE COUNCIL - MICHIGAN LEAGUE

HOW MANY TIMES A DAY

HOCKEY TRIP-Tickets for a
special cut-rate trip to the Michi-
gan-Michigan State hockey game
Feb. 29 will be on sale from 8 ,to
10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at
the Coliseum for $2.90, which in-
cludes game ticket and transpor-
tation. The trip is being spon-
sored by the Wolverine Club.
PHOENIX LECTURE-Dr. John
C. Bugher, deputy director of the
division of biology a'nd medicine
of the Atomic Energy Commis-
sion, will deliver a talk on his
division's work program at 4:15
p.m. Monday in Rackham Anphi-
theatre, sponsored by the Phoenix
Memorial Project.
Eight Students
Receive Army
Commissions
Eight students have received
their commisions as second lieu-
tenant in the reserves, Army
ROTC Headquarters here an-
nounced.
Infantry commissions were
granted to Richard Hawley, '52,
Norman Klein, Theodore Leask,
'52, and Sharon Miller. Robert
Earl, Gordon Grant and Alton
Proctor received commissions in
the quartermaster corps, while
James Crane got his in the Ord-
nance division.
All of the students have gradu-
ated except for H'awley and Leask
who will continue on in the Uni-
versity until they reecive their
bachelor's degree.
Henry Buchanan and James
McNally, '52,. were recently ap-
pointed Cadet Colonel and Cadet
Lt. Colonel respectively, Major
Lewis E. Zalesky of the Army
ROTC announced., The student
officers were chosen by the Mili-
tary Faculty Board on the basis

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50? '100? 200?
IF YOU'RE AN AVERAGE SMOKER
THE RIGHT ANSWER IS OVER 200!

THE PHILIP MORRIS PLAYHOUSE

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