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PAGE SIX

T HE MICHI AN DAILY

TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1955

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LICENSE CRACKDOWN:
Motorists Receive Fines;
Bicyclists Also Ticketed

More than 70 local drivers will
be paying two dollar fines for fail-
ure to pick up their 61953 license
plates before the deadline which
fell at midnight Saturday, accord-
Conservationists
To Discuss Laws
The Michigan United Conserva-
tion Clubs will meet at 7:30 p.m.
tomorrow in the local American
Legion post.
Michigan conservation laws, in-
cluding the new deer law, will be
discussed. A representative from
the Conservation Department and
six national archery champions
will attend.
Symposium Job.
Applications for appointment as
symposium associates for the Uni-
versity's summer symposium on as-
trophysics are now being accepted.
Advanced graduate students or
doctoral degree holders who were
less than 30 years old on Jan. 1,
1953 may apply until April 10 for
positions in the symposium, which
will run from June 29 to July 24.

ing to Capt. Rolland J. Gainsley of
the Ann Arbor Police Department.
City police ticketed 55 forgetful
motorists Sunday and more than
15 yesterday.
LAST WEEKEND also marked
the end of Ann Arbor's old sys-
tem of - dollar fines.
Hereafter drivers will pay a
dollar for their first five viola-
tions, but the penalty will be in-
creased to two dollars for the
sixth through eighth ticket and
three dollars for every ticket
after that, Capt. Gainsley said.
Parking violations, bicycle in-
fractions and violations of other
ordinances penalized formerly by a
dollar fine will come under the
new system.
Students are occasionally stop-
ped and ticketed by City police
for not having a bicycle license,
for driving their bikes without
lights at night and for running
through stop streets without stop-
ping, police records show.
Police also check the city's park-
ing meter system carefully and
frequent fines result for motorists
overstaying their time at the met-
ered parking space.

Journalism
Talk Slated
Joseph H. Epstein, former Daily
city editor will talk on "Advertis-
ing" in a lecture sponsored by the
journalism department at 3 p.m.
tomorrow in Rackham Amphithe-
ater.
While attending the University,
Epstein, '25, in addition to serv-
ing on The Daily, was local cor-
respondent for the Chicago Daily
News. Upon graduation he became
a reporter for the New Orleans
Item and from there went into the
advertising field. He is now a
partner in a New Orleans adver-
tising agency.
The lecture is open to all who
are interested and will be fol-
lowed by an informal coffee hour
in Rm. 1443 Mason Hall.
Hitchcock To Give
Talk on Sonatas
Wiley Hitchcock of the music
school will talk on "Sonatas by
Young American Composers" at
4:15 p.m. today in Auditorium A,
Angell Hall.
Following the lecture, Prof. Mar-
ian Owen of the music school will
perform Norman Dello Joio's "So-
nata No. 3" in the fourth of a
series of lecture-recitals sponsored
by the School of Music.
Olson Gets Post
Dean Willard C. Olson of the
education school has been elected
to the Board of Directors of the
National Society for the Study of
Education.

Month's Art
Exhibits Set
A painting by the late Carlos
Lopez, professor of art at the Uni-
versity until his recent death, will,
be one of the highlights of an ex-
hibit opening tomorrow at the
Museum of Art in Alumni Memor-
ial Hall.
The canvas, "Young Man in
Costume," will be one of 37 oil
paintings shown in the "Staff Ar-
tists of the Big Ten" exhibit which
will run until March 25.
Other works by University
artists will include "The Defend-
ers," by Richard Wilt, "Nu a
Cheval," by Prof. Gerome Kam-
rowski and "Cloudscape," by
Prof. Chet LaMore, all of the
architecture college.
Two other exhibits are also
scheduled for this month.
A collection of 144 early Chi-
nese jades will be shown at the
Museum from March 22 to April
2. "Fifth Inter-Arts Festival :x-
hibit" will be a jury show of stu-
dent drawings, paintings, sculp-
ture and crafts in the West Gal-
lery.
The student artists' work will
be displayed from March 8 to
March 29.

--Daily-Ed Chodoroff
THEY'RE OFF!-Wolverine Club members advertise on the Diag
the student buses they are sponsoring to East Lansing tomorrow
for the MSC-Michigan hockey game. The price of the trip, $3.50,
includes both bus tickets and admission to the game. The club
has another trip planned Saturday to attend the basketball game
in East Lansing. The price for this trip is $3.90. Reservations can
be made every day this week from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Administration
Bldg.
Speech_ Patients Attend Class

SENIOR
ENGINEER!ING
STUDENTS'
HAMILTON V STA NDARD
representatives will be here for
Personal Interviews on
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today. But we honestly believe that there are few which
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M Opportunity to use your complete education on a wide
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In addition to our world-famous propellers, we are
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other designs are'still in the early stages of development,
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Ideal location midway between Hartford, Conn., and
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* New plant, with modern air-conditioned offices, in at-
tractive country setting. Group insurance and mapy
other employee benefits.
Our representative will be glad to answer your questions
and tell you more about the opportunities in our growing
organization.

MICHIGAN UNION SPONSORED
BUS TRIP MARCH 9, TO DETROIT
TO SEE
".'TOP BANANA"
TICKETS $3.35
(Includes Transportation plus 1 Ticket)
Money will be collected Today thru Thursday.
Late permission for all women desiring to go.

Twenty-six students are enroll-
ed in the spring semester train-
ing program of the dysphasia divi-
sion of the University speech clinic.
Suffering from dysphasia, a dis-
turbance of one or more of the
language processes resulting from
an external or internal brain in-

You are invited to browse at
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the Gift Shop downtown
Gifts of all kinds
Reasonable Prices
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jury, patients attend classes from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, in addition
to holding a group speech class
daily.
For the rehabilitation of the pa-
tients, music, physical, and occu-
pational therapy programs have
been organized in addition to for-
mal class work.
Director of the dysphasia pro-
gram is Mrs. Marion Knight.
Becker To Speak
Dr. Harry Becker will speak -on
financing hospital care at 4 p.m.
today at the School of Public
Health.
Dr. Becker is associate director
of a commission organized to
study factors behind the ever-in-
creasing cost of' hospitalization
and report its findings directly to
the people.

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SEE the sights of London.
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You see the beautiful' Coronation Parade
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s : are treated like royalty every step of the
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It's easy to win! Awards will be made for
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Help your husband or husband-to-be to
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