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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MARCH 14 1953

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ON DRY CAMPUS WHO CARES?

Equation Provides Sobriety Test

By JOYCE FICKIES
A Canadian physician has re-
duced the difference between so-
briety and drunkenness to a simple
equation.
Dr. Robert G. Bell, who has
treated thousands of alcoholics,
came up with a formula which he
says will provide a rough guide to
the safe amount of alcohol one
may drink-one which gives the
same results as a blood test with-
out an actual blood sample.
HIS FORMULA reads, "L equals
(7000A over W) minus 13T." The
T stands for the amount of time
the subject has been drinking, W
represents his body weight and A
is the amount of pure alcohol con-
sumed.
L represents the alcoholic
blood level, or the number of
milligrams of alcohol contained
in 100 cubic centimeters of
blood. The figures 7000 and 13
are empirical constants the doc-
tor has calculated will conform
with mechanical tests.
The doctor said keeping the
alcohol level down to 50 milli-
grams is -usually pretty safe. He
explained, however, individual dif-
ferences in the ability to "hold"
liquor may throw the results off
either way.
HEALTH SERVICE physician
Margaret E. Bell said she thought
the doctor's calculations are prob-
ably "very accurate" and come
close to approximating results of
apparatus used to test tipsiness in
courts and police departments.
She expressed doubt, however, that
Courthouse
Plan Attacked
Sharp criticism of office space
allotments in the new Courthouse
came yesterday from County
Register of Deeds Thomas A.
FitzGerald following approval of
a revised general floor plan by the
Board of Supervisors.
Although satisfied with space
allotments for his own office,
FitzGerald pointed out that the
27 departments to be housed in
the $3,250,000 structure have not
been given enough room fo fu-
ture expansion.
He predicted if future needs
were not recognized, the County
departments would be in as
crowded a situation in a few years
as they are in now.
Wayne Ex-Queen
Gets Accident Fee
Margery Brainard, last fall's
Homecoming Queen at Wayne
University, has been awarded
$1,000 for injuries received in an
auto accident in 1950.
Miss Brainard had sued for
$20,000 in a judgment against
Stanley Barnes, a Detroit teacher
and driver of the car which col-
lided with the car in which she
was a passep1ger.
Daily Classifieds
Bring Quick Results

Rent Raise
Conference
Set Monday
(Continued from Page 1)
THE WEST Quad House presi-
dents also hit at the Board of
governors for offering no specific
reasons for the hike.
Leonard Schaadt, business
manager of the residence halls,
commented later the raise was
to meet "anticipated increased
costs next year in labor and
maintenance." He explained
rents must be raised to continue
the services of the residence
halls and to meet existing bond
payments.
The bond issue system has been
a bone of contention with dormi-
tory leaders for many years. Mil-
lions of student dollars are, over
a period of years, being earmarked
for a multi-million dollar dorm-
building program.
When new dorm construction is
planned money is raised by sell-
ing bonds to banks, insurance com-
panies and private individuals.
The bonds are paid off over a per-
iod of years out of fees charged
student residents.
Charges have been leveled at
the University that the admin-
istration is trying to pay off the
bonds before maturity at the ex-
pense of good food and housing.
University administrators flat-
ly deny this. They contend that
bonds are being retired at almost
the same rate every year.
Talk To Be Given
On Architecture

COLLEGE ROUNDUP:
Student Self-Government
Voted Down at Hillsdale

Student leadership and piartici-3
pation were of major concern this
week in colleges throughout the
country.
Last week, the student body at
Hillsdale College voted to abolish
their present system of student
government and refused to en-
dorse an alternative plan. As a re-
sult, they found themselves with-
out any system of student gov-
ernment.
Not until too late did the stu-
dents realize that they had com-
mitted "political suicide." With-
out a student government, there
would be no student representa-
tion, no publications, and no
J-Hop. The Hillsdale College
newspaper implied a dictatorship
of those holding the campus
funds might be a result of the
move.
APATHY IS a major concern
throughout American Colleges.

Editors of the Cornell Daily Sun
feel that interest in leadership
and activities in general, is wan-
ing amongthe underclassmen who
will soon take over the positions
of graduating seniors.
The University of California at-
tributes a great part of the apathy
to living units which require their
pledges to work in the houses
rather than attending activities
planned especially to draw the new
students interest to campus posts.
IT WAS NOT apathy, however,
that caused an unknown group
on the University of Illinois cam-
pus to receive the news of Stalin's
death in an unusual way. Slight-
ly before sun-up one morning, a
Russian flag was hoisted to the
top of one of the Univeisity build-
ings. When it was discovered
shortly after 7:30 a.m. by night
watchmen, the flag was flying at
half staff.
44c 44c
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"MY PAL GUS"
RICHARD WIDMARK
"WAY OF A GAUCHO"
S SUNDAY

MICHIGAN DAILY
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Saturday is 3 P.M., Saturdays,
11:30 A.M., for Sunday issue.
FOR SALE
PARAKEETS, babies and breeders, ca-
naries, singers, cages and supplies. 305
W. Hoover. Phone 2-2403. )1F
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$6.88. Sox,
39c; Shorts, 69c; military supplies.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. )7B
BABY PARAKEETS-Easily trained to
talk $8, $10. Also canaries. 562 S.
Seventh. Ph. 3-5330. )32F
FOR SALE-Skiis, Gregg Aristocrat, 6-
foot 6-inch lamanated steel edge.
Kandaakar bindings, accessories like
new. $40.00. Phone 7487. )33F
FOR SALE-Pale blue net formal, ac-
cordian pleated. Size 12. Excellent
condition. Ph. 3539 Alice Lloyd. )36F
EMERALD CUT Diamond Ring, 4/5 car-
at. Perfect blue-white. Ph. 3-0811
evenings. )35F

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HELP WANTED

1953 GRADUATES
Where Will You Be
In 5'Years?
Our established representatives are
averaging in excess of $10,000 per year
If you are interested in a career type
of sales work with a prominent anc
successful national organization an,
you desire unlimited opportunities fo
advancement with a guaranteed salaiJ
and commission contract, write Box '
All replies treated in strictest cor
tidence. )22,

NATIONAL headquarters of Chi Psi
Fraternity, 1705 Washtenaw Ave. needs
qualified secretary for permanent po-
sition. 35 hour week. Paid vacation.
Salary commensurate with ability.
Ph. 3-4617 Saturday, Sunday; 6 eve-
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BUSINESS SERVICES

TYPEWRITERS! Portable and Standar,
for rent. Bale and service.
Morrill's
314 S. State St., Phone 7177. )2B

-Daily-Stu Ross

SHAY! NOT DRUNK YET!
* * * (.

the formula would do any psy-
chological good in the way of
causing the person to drink less.
And students seemed gener-
ally agreed the virtues of the
formula were doubtful.
A woman student contacted at
a local drinking establishment
commented, "It all sounds like
Greek to me," confusedly ex-
plaining, "I'm not very good at
math."
Another called the formula "a
little too hypothetical" for com-
mon use. Explaining that he had
tried it he said after drinking a
little more than a pitcher of beer
he had reached the unsafe driving
level "which is probably good since
we can't have cars here anyway."
But a spokesman for Zeta Beta
Tau fraternity expressed the most
emphatic opinion of all. He said
that the ZBT's had absolutely no
use for the formula because "all
85 brothers are completely sober."
''To Launch
TV Dramas
"Creatures of Impulse," a play
by W. S. Gilbert, of Gilbert & Sul-
livan fame, will launch a series of
new University television dramas
at 2 p.m. today on WWJ-TV.
The program is the result of
the joint efforts of Ralph Hunter,
program manager for WWJ-TV,
and Prof. Garnet R. Garrison,
University television director. It
also marks the transfer to televi-
sion of a successful radio series
for children, "Down Story Book'
Lane."
The sequence of plays will in-!
clude original plays and adapta-
tions prepared by University stu-
dents of television.I
Prof. Edward Stasheff of theI
speech department will direct the
first play of the group, which was
adapted for television by Martha
J. Delano.
The cast will include students
Lila Beck, Eugene Bohi, '53, Mary
Firestone, Faith Gillespie, '53,
Herbert Phillips, Frances Reitz,
'53, Elizabeth Robinson, '53 Ed.,
Barbara Sinkule, '53 and Ken Tin-
dall.

NOW! n
Thundering Adventure!

RADJO SERVICE
Auto - Home - Portable
Phono & T.v.
Fast & Reasonable Service
ANN ARBOR RADIO & T V.
"Student Service"
1215 So. Uni., Ph. 7942
11 blocks east of East Eng.

finance Heads,
Slate Meeting
Finance officers from State
towns will meet Wednesday and
Thursday at the University for
the third annual Municipal Fi-
nance Officers Training Institute.
The institute will be attended
by village and city clerks, treas-
urers and finiance officers. It is
being sponsored by the University

)1B

FOR RENT

Institute of Public Administra- "Modern European Architec-
tion, State Municipal League and ture" will be the topic of an illus-
MIunicipal Finance Officers Asso- trated lecture to be given by
ciation. James H. Livingston in the Ar-
There will be three panel dis- chitecture Auditorium at 4 p.m.
cussions during the two day meet- Monday.
ing which will be held in the East Livingston, a 1952 Booth Tra-,
Conference Room of the Rack- velling Fellow studying architec-
ham Bldg. ture, spent last year in western
Prof. Paul W. McCracken, of Europe, including France, Eng-
the b u s i n e s s administration land, Denmark, Sweden, Finland,
school, will speak to the delegates Germany, Holland, Switzerland,
at an institute luncheon Thurs- Italy and Greece. The lecture is
day in the Union, along with John sponsored by the student branch
H. Huss, director of the Michigan of the American Institute of Ar-
Municipal League. chitects.
Rally To Introduce Ir t L eMA
Local Candidates Midwest Premiere

FRATERNITY or sorority house fur-
nished and approved for 25 students.
Close to campus. very desirable.E
Write Box No. 7. )7C
ROOMS FOR RENT E
SUITE to share with board. 520 Thomp-
son. )8D
FOR IMMEDIATE occupahcy: Excep-
tional double room with carpet, fire-
place, twin beds privacy. Two blocks
from campus. Call 30849. )13D
FACULTY HOME ON CAMPUS -- Large
single room for male faculty member
or graduate student; tile bath, oil
heat, comfortably 'furnished. 723
Church. Ph. 2-3541. )14D
ROOMS, roomettes and apartments, by
day or week for campus visitors. Cam-
pus Tourist, Homes, 518 E. William.
Phone 3-8454. )3D
SINGLE BATH near campus. Modern
bath facilities. Hot plate and refrig-
erator privileges. Maid service. Ph.
2-7108. )16D

WASHING ,- Finished work and han 1
ironing. Ruff dry and wet washint.
Also ironing separately. Free pickc-u)
and deliver. Phone 2-9020.
TYPING, reasonable rates accurate and
efficient. Phone 7590. 830 S. Main.
EXPERT TYPIST - Rates reasonable.
Prompt service 914 Mary Street.
3-4449. )8B
ALTERATIONS ladies' garments, prompt
service. Ph. 2-2678. 510 Catherine off
N. State. )14S

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"THE RAIDERS"
Richard Conte

State and City Democrat con-
tenders in the April 6 election will
take part in a Democratic "Meet
Your Candidate" rally on March
27 in the Masonic Temple.
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cottage all your own, at a friendly
guest house just for newlyweds. Won-
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Lots to do when you wish, or utter re-
laxing. For company, you'll find light-
hearted young college folk starting life
together, like yourselves. Mention dates
and we'll include our helpful THREE
HONEYMOON PLANS, other folders.
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