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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, APRIL 17,1953

U' Dancers
To Perform
At Lansing
Fifteen members of the Univer-
sity modern dance workshop will
journey today to Lansing where
they will perform in a joint con-
cert with Michigan State dancers.
Each school will present half
the program, which represents the
first in a series of exchange con-
certs with MSC dance groups.
UNDER THE direction of Es-
ther Pease of the physical educa-
tion department, the University
modern dance program will in-
clude "They Who Wait," a dance
accompanied by original poetry
written by Prof. Marvin Felheim
of the English department.
First performed in a recent
creative artists series over
WWJ-TV, the dance shows the
reactions of three women to a
soldier leaving for war.,
Mac Emshwiller, '53, was the
choreographer for "Rhythmus,"
the second number on the pro-1
gram. A dance for men, the per-
formers supply their own accom-
paniment.
"Excerpts from Dance Suite,"
which was composed for the re-
cent Inter-arts Festival by Wil-
liam Doppman, '5 SM, and Ro-
bin Squier, '54, and "Dancey,"
an adaptation of a waltz from
"Faust," will conclude the Uni-
versity portion of the recital.
Costumes for group have been
designed by Phyllis Pletcher,
speech department costumer. Sa-
rah Graf is the arranger and ac-
companist for the modern dance
workshop.
Michigan State dance groups
will appear in a second joint con-
cert with University dancers on
the local campus May 16.
Two Finalists
Piekedfor 'U
Dick Pinkerton, '55, and George
Dutter, '54 BAd, have been chosen
to represent University speech
classes in an inter-collegiate Tour-
nament of Orators April 30 in De-
troit, it was announced yesterday.
Winners of $50 defense bonds,
the students spoke on the desig-
nated topic "John Marshall, Fron-
tiersman, S o l d i e r, Diplomat,
Statesman, and Jurist"
Speech 31 and 32 students parti-
cipated in preliminary rounds in
their respective classes. Twelve
class winners then competed for
top honors in the freshman-so-
phomore division and the junior-
senior division.
A $100 defense bond will be
awarded to the Detroit contest
winner who will be chosen from
contestants representing Michigan
colleges, and who will compete in
a zone contest May 13 in Chicago.

Man Meets Shadow

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

THE FIGURE above is actually4
shaking hands with his
shadow.
It sounds impossible, but even
more mystifying events will be
shown -at the "House of Magic," a
science show sponsored by General
Electric which will be given at 3:30
p.m. today in Rackham Lecture
Hall.
By use of a phosphorescent
screen, the demonstrator can walk
off the stage, leave his shadow

behind, and do almost anything
imaginable with it such as fold-
ing it in a box and leaving it
there.
Although persons attending the
show will see many wierd acts, the
show is not "magic." It is merely
proof that science can be stranger
than fiction. Hundreds of scien-
tists have the daily task of dis-
covering these scientific pheno-
menon and will demonstrate them
at the show.

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 preceding publication (before
11 a.m. on Saturday).
FRIDAY,APRIL 17,1953
Vol. LXII, No. 132
Notices
The School of Music Honors convo-
cation, previously announced for Mon.,
Apr. 20, in Auditorium A, Angell Hall,
has been postponed until Wed., Apr.
22. It will be held at 11 a.m. in Audi-
torium A.
Tennis and Golf Instruction-Women
Students. Elective beginning classes in
tennis and golf will be offered on Fri-
day afternoons at 3:20 beginning today
at the Women's Athletic Building. Stu-
dents who are interested should reg-
ister immediately in Office 15, Bar-
bour Gymnasium.
Applicants for the Joint Program in
Liberal Arts and Medicine. Application
for admission to the Joint Program in
Liberal Arts and Medicine must be
made before April 20 of the final pre-
professional year. Application may be
made now at 1010 Angell Hall.
Mechanical, Civil, Metallurgical En-
gineering Seniors and Graduate Stu-
dents, and others interested: The Buc-
yrus Erie Co., Milwaukee, Wis., will
show a 16 mm. sound color film, Tues.,
Apr. 21, at 5' p.m. in 305 West Engi-
neering Building. All those interested
in possible employment are invited to
attend and to arrange for an inter-
view with Mr. G. Y. Anderson, Man-
ager of Engineering, on Apr. 22. Inter-
view schedule is posted on the Bulletin
Board at 225 West Engineering Build-
ing.
Elementary Teachers. Interviews for
elementary vacancies at Linden, Mich.,
and Maumee, Ohio, will be held on
Fri., Apr. 17, at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments. For an appointment for
either of the above call University,
3-1511, Ext. 489.
Elementary Teachers. Represntatives
from Grosse Pointe Public Schools will
be at the Bureau of Appointments Mon-
day afternoon, Apr. 20, to interview
for elementary positions, kindergarten
through sixth grades. Call University
3-1511, Ext. 489, for an appointment.

Student Drivers Cause Three
Problemis for Administrators

Personnel Requests.
Peoples Gas Light and Coke Co., of
Chicago, has openings for accountants
as well as for Business Administration
and other students interested in posi-
tions in Customer Relations.
Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing
Co., of Wyandotte, Mich., has open the
following positions: Analytical Chem-
ist, Chemical Engineer-Plant and Pro-
cess Development and Chemical En-
gineer-Inorganic Chemical Plant Pro-
ductri, in addition to openings for
Electrical Engineers.
Richards-Wilcox Manufacturing Co.,
of Aurora, Ill., is interested in locating
men for their Technical Sales, Engi-
neering Department, and Research and
Development.
Ralph R. Genter, CPA of Detroit, has
openings for Junior Accountants and
is interested in hearing from those who
would like to obtain their C.P.A. degree.
Sharples Chemicals Inc., of Wyan-
dotte, Mich., has the following posi-
tions open: Area Engineer, Chemical
Engineer, Staff Chemist, and Physicists.
The Michigan Civil Service announces
examination for the following positions:
Field Investigator I; Game Biologist I;
Water Resources Control Executive IIA;
Planning Technician IL The closing
date for applications for the examina-
tions is April 29, with the exception of
Field Investigator, which is May 6. De-
tails may be obtained at the Bureau
of Appointments.
New York State Civil Service an-
nounces examination for those interest-
ed in positions in Law, Counseling and
Placement, Dietetics, Social Work, and
Health. The exams will be held on
June 13, and applications must be in
by May 8, 1953. Candidates must be
legal residents of New York State for
at least one year immediately preceding
the examination,
Smith College, Northampton, Mass.,
has an available position for a woman
to do relief laboratory work at the
Infirmary beginning about the middle
of September. They are interested in a
person who can do X-ray as well as
laboratory work, or who would be will-
ing to learn X-ray.
The Barrett Division, Allied Chemi-
cal and Dye Corp. of Chicago, has op-
portunities for Chemical and Mech-
anical Engineers, in permanent posi-
tions, as well as openings for those in-
terested in summer jobs.
Remington Rand, Inc., of Detroit, is
interested in locating a young man or
woman to fill an open position of Cus-
tomer Relations Representative. The
candidate should have some account-
ing, preferably.
TheInstitute of Living, Hartford,
Conn., is considering applications for
openings in the Psychiatric Aide cate-
gory in the Nursing Department, as
well as some for openings in other de-
partments. They are interested in both
men and women. The Psychiatric Aide
works directly with the patient in the
re-educational and rehabilitation pro-
cess, and requires that one be Inter-
ested in social service.
For further information concerning
these and other openings, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin-
istration Building, Ext. 371.
Lectures
University Lecture. Fri., Apr. 17, 1:30
p.m., 1300 Chemistry Building. Mr.
Ralph N. Adams, of Princeton Univer-
sity, will speak on "Potentiometric
Polarography - Controlled Current
Scanning."
(Continued on Page 4)

REWARD-Will the person who acci-
dentally picked up the black 2-suiter
suitcase initialed RHW in the Willow
Run confusion Sunday please call
2-1650. No questions asked. )32L
FOR SALE
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords--S6.88. Sox.
39c; Shorts, 69c: military supplies.
Sam's Store. 122 E. Washington. )7B
PARAKEETS - Healthy home raised
birds: also seeds & cages. Mrs. Ruffins
562 S..7th near W. Madison. )50F
EMERALD cut diamond ring, .85 carat.
Perfect blue-white Wesselton stone.
Ph. 3-0811 mealtimes or evenings.
)62F
PARAKEETS, babies and breeders, ca-
naries, singers, cages, and supplies.
305 W. Hoover. Phone 2-2403. )1F
WRIST WATCH-Man's gold Hamilton.
Excellent condition. Call Louis Slavin,
3-8508. )64F
'41 CHEVROLET-$195. Call Mrs. Lodge,
2-5269. )65F
MOTORCYCLE - Harley-Davidson 125,
buddy seat, $125. Ph. 2-0528. )66F
NEW TUX-Size 38, single breasted, $35.
Ph. 3-0521, ext. 194 or come to Taylor,
S.Q., room 3617. )67F
BRAND NEW TRUMPET (blds Special).
With case. Cost $170. Best offer takes
it. Ph. 3-8506. )70F

LOST AND FOUND

ROOMS FOR RENT
3-ROOM furnished campus apartment.'
Private bath, first floor. Prefer girls.
Ph. 3-8454. )22D
FOR RENT-Rooms for working couples
or post-graduates. Clean quiet rooms,
cooking privileges in same at 611
Church Street. Mrs. Smith, manager,
Phone 2-4744. )9C
ROOMS for 3 male students, cooking
privileges, summer & fall residence,
% block from campus. 417 E. Liberty.
)25D
SUMMER SESSION-Rooms in frater-
nity house, free linen & many privi-
leges: newspapers, magazines, T-V,
recreation room, use of kitchen facili-
ties. No charge for scratching dog,
1617 Washtenaw. $5 per week. Call
3-5806 or 3-2360, ask for treasurer or
house manager. )27D
SINGLE or double for men. Close to
campus and hospital. Showers. Call
2-7044. )26D
HELP WANTED
5 EXPERIENCEDkitchen men to work
2 meals in fraternity house on Friday,
June 12. Pay-all you can eat plus
$10 cash. 1617 Washtenaw. Phone
3-5806 or 3-2360, ask for treasurer or
stewart. )34H
TRANSPORTATION
TO CALIFORNIA-Riders wanted. Leav-
ing in new Chevi this week. Call
Hugh Gundel, 6943. )7T

TYPING term papers, theses, etc. Reas-
onable rates. Ph. 2-7605. )20B
RADIO SERVICE
Auto - Home - Portable
Phono & 1'.v
Past & Reasonable Service
ANN ARBOR RADIO & T V.
Student Service'
1215 So. Univ., Ph. 7942
12 biocs east of East EnR. )1B
TYPEWRITERSI Portable and Standard
for rent. v-le and service
Morrill's
314 S State St.. Phone 7177. )2B
and delivery. Phone 2-9020. )5B
WASHING - Finished wort and hand
ironing. Ruff dry and wet washing.
Also ironing separately. Free pick-up
EXPERT TYPIST - Rates. reasonable.
Prompt service. 914 Mary Street.
3-4449. )8B
GOOD rental typewriters available at
reasonable rates. Office Equipment
Company, 215 E. Liberty. Ph. 2-1213.
)4B
WANTED TO RENT
NEW SMALL FRATERNITY desires suit-
able home near campus for fall. Write
Mich. Daily, box No. 10. )4X
TERRIFIC student apartment dealt
Available Sept. but must lease now.
Call 3-8039. )5X

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These cases are usually decided
on the basis of the purpose for
which the car was being used
when the student was stopped. If
it is apparent that the student
was using the auto strictly for his
own personal use, punishment is
usually forthcoming.
* $ *
STUDENT misconduct, admin-
istrators report, generally increas-
es with the more widespread use
of automobiles on campus. Drink-
ing or the transporting of liquor
is the major cause of concern on
this score.

Karl Streiff, assistant to the
Dean of Students, explained
that "a large share of our mis-
conduct problems involve drink-
ing in cars. The same seems to
be true on other campuses and
as yet we have not been able to
solve it."
Originally the driving ban
sought to correct parking, traffic
and accident problems. Parking
today, Streiff said, is an even
greater problem because of a,
greater number of cars in town
without a proportionate increase

HIGH FIDELITY multiple-speaker sys-
tem. Mahogany cabinet 24 x 24 x 36
inches. Very reasonable. Ph. 2-4895
for demonstration. )69F
VICTOR PORTABLE-45 RPM record
player, 1 yr. old in excellent condi-
tion. Call 25-0922. )74F
MEN'S evening clothes: 2 tuxedos, size
36-37, $5 each. Ph. 2-7645. )73F
FOR SALE - 1941 Ford Club Coupe,
R & H. $150. Call 8064 evenings, Sat.
and Sun. )72F
BABY GRAND piano, reasonable, must
vacate premises. Ph. 2-6090 after 6 p.m.
)71F
1952 HILLMAN MINX four-door sedan.
Excellent condition. Owner's car'.
Ph. 3-1955. )68F !
ROOMS FOR RENT
SUITE to share with board. 520 rbomp-
son. )8D
PRIVATE single room furnished. Mod-!
ern bath and refrigerator facilities.:
Hot plate, near campus, maid service.
Call 2-7108. )21D

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Mayor Honors
Boy Rescuer
A 16-year-old Ann Arbor youth
yesterday afternoon received an
inscribed watch from Mayor Wil-
liam E. Brown, Jr., for saving
nine-year-old Joel Bank from
drowning April 9 in the Huron
River.
Frank K. Kornel, Jr., leaped off
a nearby bridge where he was fish-
ing to pull the boy to safety when
he saw him struggling in the
water.
Engraved on the watch was the
inscription "To Frank K. Kornel,
Jr., Ann Arbor's hero, from Mayor
William E. Brown, Jr."

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The same is true of the traffic Personnel Interviews.
situation on streets in the cam- Music Corporation of America will
pus area. Some street widening have a representative here on Tues.,
has beea.doeandfrtreerwornkn Apr. 21, to interview young men in-
has been done and further work terested in learning entertainment
is planned but a smooth flow of booking business for locations in De-
traffic in the area has yet to be troit, Cleveland, or New York City.
realized. Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp., of To-
ledo, will have a representative at the
Accidents involving students de- Bureau Tues., Apr. 21, in the morning
creased sharply after restrictions to talk to Business Administration and
were put in effect but neither city LSA students interested in their Sales
officials nor administrators would Training Program.
predict what would happen to the The Canada Life Assurance Co., of
accident rate if restrictions were Jackson, Mich., will interview students
ff. rson Tues., Apr. 21. Those interested in
taken off.Life Insurante Sales should contact the

Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

Marshall's Treasure Hunt Clue
Special For TODAY'S I
Friday Only
25c CLUE
PERSONNA The streets in my vi-
cinity, hv names wellI
DOUBLE EDGE known to most of
RAZOR BLADES thee; first letter of one
street is S another let-
2 fo 26Cter A, people say it
1 2every day."
MARSHALL'S DRUG - 235 S. State
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Treasure
Hunt
With no one as yet discover-
ing the $100 prize, the local
drugstore sponsored treasure
hunt enters its fifth day today.
And today's hint seems to
pin down the location of the
small metal box containing the
$100 treasure to the State St.
area. The clue reads: "The
streets in my vicinity have
names well known to most of
thee: first letter of one street
is S, another letter A, people
say it every day."
Previous clues had told that
the four-by-two-inch box is
hidden where it can "see" a
parking meter and "hear" the
blare of nearby traffic.

Bureau of Appointments to arrange an
interview.
The YMCA of Detroit will be here
on Tues., Apr. 21, to talk to June grad-
uates interested in professional posi-
tions with this organization.
There will be a representative here
on Wed., Apr. 22, from the H. J. Heinz
Co., of Holland, Mich., to talk to stu-
dents interested in summer positions.
Dow Chemical Co., of Midland, Mich.,
will be on the campus Wed., Apr. 22
to interview June graduates interestec
in Sales Training.
The Equitable Life Insurance Co., of
Detroit, will be here on Apr. 22 to in.
terview June graduates interested ir
Sales Training.
The Kroger Co., of Cincinnati, wil
have representatives here on Wed.
Apr. 22, and Thurs., Apr. 23, to see in-
dividuals interested in positions as
Management Trainees and also account.
ing positions.
Summer Employment.
The Jatoma Players, summer-stock
company in Alpena, Mich., are now
holding interviews for new actors, a
costumiere, and a secretarial position.
Call 2-8146 for an appointment.

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