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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1953

'MOULIN ROUGE':
Daily Contest Winners Announced

Because of "early spelling bees,
of dictionary races, of best themes
and best girls, of races and sports,
because of the challenge-I would
like to review Moulin Rouge"
wrote one of winners chosen yes-
terday in the first phase of the
Daily Film Review Contest.
Picked by Daily Critic Bill Wie-
gand, Grad., from among engi-
neers, physicists, actors, English
majors and one or two admitted
mercenaries, the winners will re-
ceive free passes to tomorrow's
performance of the John Houston
film starring Jose Ferrer and Zsa
Zsa Gabor.
Winners may pick up their
passes at the Michigan Daily,
Student Publications Bldg., May-
nard St. Their reviews should be
in' the Daily Editorial office by
6p.m. Saturday.
The winners are: Myron Amer,
'54; Lester K. Arquette, Jr., 'S4E;
Victor Bloom, '53; Marcy Blum-
berg, '53; Clarence Brady, SM;
Sam L. Davis, '53; Lou Stinson,
'54; Mark Fleishman, '56; Don
Ghareeb, '54L; Dan Greenberg,
'53; Martin Haurowitz, Grad.;
William Himelhoch, '54; Daniel
M. Less; Don Malcolm, '53.. Mel-
vin M. Marcus, Grad.; Bernice
Ozga, '53; Don Potter, '55; James
Reinde, ' 55; Don Steffen, -1'53;
Jan Winn, '55; Allan Ternes, '55.
Pubic Utilties
Jobs Increase
For Women
Opportunities for college women
in the fields of public utilities and
finance are greatly increasing, ac-
cording to Mildred Webber of the
Bureau of Appointments.
Illustrative of this trend are two
companies interviewing women ex-
clusively for such jobs at the Bur-
eau today.
One company is offering to train
college women for their Executive
management program and cus-
tomer's representative job. The
company offers jobs throughout
the state of Michigan.
Women majoring in economics,
business administration or ac-
counting are offered another
training program with the other
company in trusts, investments,
tax accounts and personnel work.
Stern To Speak
On Uranium Ores
Thomas Stern, of the Atomic
Energy Commission Laboratory in
Washington, D. C., will address a
meeting of the Geology-Miner-
alogy Journal Club at 7:30 p.m.
today in the Rackham Amphi-
theater.
Stern will speak on "Lean-Ur-
aniun Age Determinations of Col-
orado Plateau Uranium Ores."

Tau Beta Pi
To Give Out
Critic Sheet
Tau Beta Pi, senior engineering
college honorary, will distribute
course evaluation questionnaires
throughout engineering classes
Monday and Tuesday.
Covering course organization,
homework, examinations and lec-
ture presentation, the suggestion
and criticism sheet will be held
by Tau Beta Pi until after the
final examination period is over..
The senior engineering honor-
ary has worked closely with the
standing committee of the engi-
neering college in preparation of
the questionnaire which will be
given directly to the course in-
structor.
"The aim of this evaluation
program is to improve communi-
cation between student and teach-
ers," according to Ronald E. Dal-
ton, '54E, chairman of the honor-
ary's questionnaire committee.
journalists
To ConVene
Practice in "on the spot news
coverage and speech reporting
will keep 1300 high school journal-
ists busy when they meet here
tomorrow at Rackham Bldg. for
the 26th Michigan Interscholastic
Press Associaton convention.
The student writers will hear
Guy Nunn, Detroit radio news
analyst, present his views on "In-
terpreting the Day's News."

Nickerson, Curry Discovery,
May Give New Ulcer Cure

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By LEE ANN OLAUGHLIN
The .recent success of an ex-
periment performed by two Uni-
versity doctors may pave the way
to a cure for ulcers.
Dr. Mark Nickerson and Dr.
Charles F. Curry, both of the
pharmacology department, recent-
ly reported to the Federation of
American Societies for Experi-
mental Biology that they have
succeeded in growing a protective
skin on the stomachs of animals
which will protect them from
ulcerations.
CHEMICALS USED in this pro-
cess are methylpolysiloxanes,
which forms a tenacious, water-
resistant film, they said.
Nickerson explained that he
had used rats as the experi-
mental animals in the first ex-
periments. Tying off the pylor-
us, a small passage from the
stomach to the intestine caused
acid to accumulate in the rat's
stomachs.
Those protected by the chemi-
cals suffered no damage, but holes
developed in the stomach walls of
the untreated rats.
Nickerson explained that the
Stason To Speak
At Law Banquet
Dean of the Law School E..
Blythe Stason will discuss "The
Lawyer Looks at AtomicEnergy"
at the annual Banquet of the
Genessee County Bar Association
in Flint tomorrow.

same experiment also was per-
formed on guinea pigs.
EMPHASIZING the fact that
the experiments are still in an
early stage, he said that tests
would not be performed on hu-
mans for some time.
University Hospital patients
suffering from ulcers will probably
be the first to be treated with the
new chemicals when they are
tried on humans.
Criticizing the present method
of psycho-analytical treatment of
ulcers, Nickerson characterized it
as being of "no more use than
any other treatment." However,
he feels that when the new chem-
ical method pf treatment is per-
fected, one tablet per day will
provide adequate protection
against ulcers.
Judaism's Role
To Be Discussed
"Judaism's Message for Today,"
will be discussed by Rabbi Morton
M. Berman of Temple Isaiah Is-
rael, Chicago at 4 p.m. today in
Auditorium A in Angell Hall.
Rabbi Morton is the author of
"A Study of Inwardness," A Jew's
View of the Crucifixion and "The
Role of the Rabbi."
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ZSA ZSA SALUTES FILM REVIEWERS
Atom Conference Scheduled

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Research achievements in the
constructive uses of atomic ener-
gy will be reported at a special
day-long program at the Univer-
sity, it was announced yesterday.
Sponsored by the Michigan Me-
morial. Phoenix Project and en-
titled "The Atom Reports," the
conference, which will be held on
May 19, is expected to attract over
300 businessmen, industrialists and
Phoenix representatives.
Five members of the University
faculty will describe the impact
of atomic energy on their respec-
tive fields of specialization at the
conference's two sessions. A
luncheon meeting in the Union
will be addressed by University
President Harlan H. Hatcher.
The purpose of the parley is
"to bring authoritative informa-
tion to businessmen regarding the

progress of the University's re-
search activities in the construc-
tive uses of atomic energy."
The program is also designed
"to promote a close relationship
between the University and pri-
vate business and industry whose
common interest is the further
development of this vital new
field of endeavor."
Vreede To Speak
C. Vreede, political counselor of
the Netherlands Embassy will
speak to the Netherland-American
University League at 6:15 p.m.
Saturday at the Union.
President of the group, Dean
Marten Ten Hoor, of the Univer-
sity of Alabama, will discuss "The
Paradoxical Mr. Santayana."

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SALE,

Men's Clothing9 and
Furnishings REDUCED!
WE MUST MAKE ROOM QUICKLY!
OUR REMODELING CONTRACTS have been completed and we must act
quickly in reducing our stocks so that the mechanics will be able to work
without hindrance. Our wall cases, show cases etc. must be emptied so that
they can be removed. Our store is full of nice new spring merchandise but
now'this choice merchandise is in the way of our remodeling program.
THEREFORE, though the season has just started, we must act at once!
Instead of moving and storing all this new merchandise, we are offering it
to you in this sensational opportunity to save on your season's needs.
WE SAVE YOU MONEY and you save us loads of work! Remember, this is
not an "after-season" sale of broken lots but an "in-season" sale of choice

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5TH & LIBERTY ... PACKARD AT STADIUM

CAMERAS FOR RENT
8 mm movie - 16 mm movie
35 mm stereo
Polaroid and Snapshot Cameras
at
Purchase Camera Shop
1116 So. University Phone 6972

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MOTHER'S DAY The Perfect Gift for Mom

ANDERSON TRUCK TERMINAL, Maumee, Ohio.
(Ton miles south of Toledo, Ohio)
Help build a new three'million boshe) oddition to our present groin
elevator-biggest monolithic pour in the state-covers almost on acre
-168 feet high-a most interesting type of construction.
About 200 able bodied young men with good backs and normal -in-
telligence. We need welders, truck drivers, carpenters, steelmen, and
lots of just good workers. We are contacting about 100 colleges and
universities in Ohio,Michigan and Indiana.
1-Organization meeting Sunday, June 14th at 2 P.M.
2-Big pour June 15th to June 26th or 27th.
3-50 or 60 men will work the balance of the summer.
GOOD PAY-$1.50 per hour plus time and one half overtime during
11 or 12 days of big pour-8 hours per day, 7 days per week-
~ $6.00 for meeting Sunday June 14th. Free lunches $1.41 per hr. plus
time and one half for overtime for the balance of the sumnmer-49
hours' per week.
GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS-Healthy, outside work with a group
of fine young men.
GOOD SUMMER LIVING CONDITIONS-if you can't commute from
home, $3.00 per day pays room and board-all you can eat-cots
with air mattresses furnished-(you furnish your own bedding-showers
' --play areas-75 x 25 swinmming pool-Athletic Director-evening
entertainment-a chance to meet men from colleges all over Ohio,
Michigan and -Indiana. We suggest that coaches might be interested in
lining up a group of boys-a grand opportunity to work out during
teb summer.
For information and application-
-" Write Ander "on Truck Terminal,
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weights, wools, rayons, nylon blends, Orion blends,
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TOPCOATS YOU SAVE
All of our topcoats (also some overcoats and storm 20% to 33%
coats) are slashed in price so that on every dollar
TUXEDOS YOU SAVE
All wool, double breasted, these $44.50 suits are 33%
offered at the sensational low price of $29.95. on every dollar
D. B. WHITE FORMAL COATS YOU SAVE
While they last, these $25.00 coast are going out 33%
at $16.95. on. every dollar
BLACK SUMMER TROUSERS YOU SAVE
These $1 1.95 formals are priced in this event at 205,
$9.56 whereby
on every dollar
JACKETS YOU SAVE
Our large selection of jackets, reversible etc. are 20% to 335
now priced so that
on everydla
SPORT COATS YOU SAVE
A fine stock of snappy looking, beautifully tailored, 10% to 20%
all wool coats on which on every dollar
TROUSERS YOU SAVE
Dress slacks and work pants are also in this reduc- 10% to 205
tion and are priced so that on every dollar
SHIRTS YOU SAVE
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