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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1953
WALL STREET REVOLT:
Trio Become Greeting Card 'Magnates'
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
By GAYLE GREENE
With the goal of revolutionizing
the business world and the prom-
ise of "a free quart of milk to ev-
ery Ann Arbor policeman when
we're millionaires," three Univer-
sity students have become greet-
ing card "magnates."
The trio, made up of an artist,
a self-styled whimsical cynic and
an heroic-couplet-type poet were
inspired by a notice in the Daily
announcing special rates for clas-
sified section birthday greetings.
"HAVING LITTLE else to do,"
they began to make up greetings
they would have sent to famous
people, according to Stu Ross,
155A. "Like Happy Birthday, Tou-
louse-Lautrec. You may be short
but what the heck," Ross illus-
"Our next illogical step," said
Ross, "was to draw the verses
up on greeting cards. Friends
kept dropping in and everybody
said they were kind of great so
we chose a name for the com-
pany (Finger Prints), a trade-
mark, (the artist's own index
finger print) and a slogan,
'Christmas cards for all occa-
sions,' and took the cards to a
local bookstore. The bookstore
magnate thought they were real
fine and put them on sale," Ross
Stationing themselves at the
book shop just long enough to
see ten cards sold in the first hour,
the men then rushed home to do
some more, shouting "Happy
Birthday Vasco De Gama, where'd
you put my top pajama?"
With mass production of the
cards scheduled for this week only
a few of the hand drawn collec-
tor's items will be left on sale,
* * *
THE TRIUMVIRATE hopes to
expand distribution by marketing
the cards in Detroit and New York
but have decided when the busi-
ness reaches the point where it is
no longer pure fun but tedious
work, they will go into retirement.
In the meantime they plan to
devote one month of every year
to buying ridiculous items. "I
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It provides material aid for
refugees from East Berlin and
their relations. An elaborate
warning system has also been
organized by the Office for 26,-
000 professors and students in
the Soviet Zone. Residents of the
Eastern Zone report which aca-
demic people have been or are
about to be arrested by Soviet
officials to the Office of All-
German Student Affairs which
in turn warns those in danger
and helps them across the bor-
Changes in curricula of Eastern
Zone schools are described in de-
tail and evaluated by the Office
whenever they occur as an aid in
placing refugees who want to
study at a West German school.
Angell To Discuss
"The UNESCO Approach to In-
ternational Problem Solving" will
be discussed by Prof. Robert C.
Angell of the sociology depart-
ment at 7:30 p.m. today in Audi-
torium C, Angell Hall.
Prof. Angell was acting director
of the social science department
of UNESCO in 1949-50, and was a
member of the United States dele-
gation to the 7th General Confer-
ence held in Paris.
At present he is vice-chairman
of the United States National
commission for UNESCO.
Geologist To Talk
Gerald F. Fitzgerald, chief top-
ographic engineer, United States
Geological Survey, Washington,
D.C., will discuss "Mapping Meth-
ods of Today" at 4:15 p.m. today
in Rm. 2054 Natural Science Bldg.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY GERTRUDE STEIN-"This rose is mine is
mine is mine is mine," reads the greeting card Miss Stein holds
proudly in a painting by Pablo Picasso. The card is one of a
series of "Finger Prints" designed by a triumvirate of Univer-
want an IBM machine to drape
my trousers over at night," said
one of the partners, Don Mal-
"We will offer ten thousand dol-
lars to the University as soon as
we make a million, if Harlan Hat-
cher will carry a freshman's suit-
case from the station to his dormi-
tory," Malcolm said.
"And maybe we will construct
special statues just for pigeons,"
S* * *
won't be bothered by autograph
hounds," Ross said. I guess we
really are celebrities, he con-
cluded, stamping a finger print
on another card with the verse:
,esroM leumaS yadhtriB yppaH"
".esruoc fo edoc ni si egasseM sihT
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).
TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1952
Vol. LXII, No. 153
College of Engineering. Students who
expect to attend the Summer Session
should notify the Secretary's Office, 263
West Engineering Building, as soon as
Attention Seniors. Caps and Gowns
can still be ordered at Moe's Sport
Shop, on North University, for grad-
uation. Since there is not much time
left, order yours soon.
Scholarship Announcement. Three
Laurel Harper Seeley Scholarships of
$200 each are to be awarded for the
first semester of 1953-54. Women stu-
dents are eligible to apply, and blanks
may be obtained at the Alumnae Coun-
cil Office in the League. Awards will be
made on a basis of scholarship, need,
and citizenship. All applications should
be filed by May 20.
Counselors for Freshmen Rendezvous,
Sept. 10-13, 1953, will be selected next
week. Those who have not yet applied
may do so this week. Call or see Grey
Austin, Lane Hall, extension 2851.
Camp Counselors. Mrs. E. Cugell, of
Camp Q-Gull, Charlevoix, Michigan,
will be interviewing persons interest-
ed in counseling, at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3528 Administration Build-
ing, from 2 to 5 p.m., Tues., May 12.
Call University extension 2614 for ap-
American Airlines, of Detroit, will
have a representative at the Bureau of
Appointments to talk to interested male
undergraduates who are at least 19 years
of age about a training position begin-
ning this summer in their ticket and
reservations department. Call 3-1511,
Ext. 371, for an appointment.
Bureau of Appointments' weekly sum-
mer placement meeting will be held
Wednesday afternoon from 1 to 5 p.m.
inRoom 3-A of the Michigan Union.
Students interested in summer employ-
ment in the camp, resort, business or
industrial field are invited, since many
positions are still available.
Russell Kelly Office Service of De-
troit will have a representative in Room
3-A of the Michigan Union from 1 to 5
p.m. Wednesday afternoon to talk to
students interested in clerical positions
this summer in the Detroit area.
American Airlines, Inc., of Detroit,
will have an interviewer here on Thurs.,
May 14, to talk with men undegraduates
at least 19 years of age who would be in-
terested in beginning training this sum-
mer as a future Sales Representative for
The Dearborn Office of International
Business Machines will have a represen-
tative here on Thurs., May 14, to talk
with men interested in Electric Type-
writer Sales. They are most interested
in a resident of the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti
On Thurs., May 14, representatives
from the Fisher Body Division of the
General Motors Corp., in Detroit, will
be here to interview men interested in
Public Relations for the Fisher Body
Craftsman's Guild Program. Students in
Advertising, Journalism, Speech, or Lib-
eral Arts may make appointments.
The Lippincott Co. will have an in-
terviewer here on Thurs., May 14, to
talk with men graduates about a Sales
position with their Textbook Depart-
ment in the State of Michigan.
Herpolsheimer's of Grand Rapids,
Mich., will be here on Fri., May 15,
to discuss their Department Store Ex-
ecutive Trainee Program with men and
women June graduates. The program
is of special interest to students in Re-
tailing, Business Administration or
The Continental Casualty Co., in Chi-
cago, Ill., will have an interviewer here
on Fri., May 15, to interview graduat-
ing students who would be interested
in Underwriting or Special Agency
The Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Co.,
Cleveland, Ohio, has positions open for
Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineers.
Ford Motor Co., in Ypsilanti, Mich.,
is in need of stenographers. Those in-
terested may contact the Bureau of
The Carnegie Institution of Wash-
ington, D.C., has an opening for a
woman graduate as Research Assistant
in the biophysics section of their De-
partment of Terrestrial Magnetism.
Training in chemistry, biochemistry, or
bacteriology is desirable but not essen-
The Roberts Traffic Service Co., of
Toledo, Ohio, would like to hear from
young men interested in transporta-
tion for a positionin their organiza-
tion as a rate clerk.
Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Mass.,
is offering an additional fellowship for
their Management Training Program
for women. Application should be made
before June 30, 1953.
The School of Retailing, New York
University, is giving a six weeks' Sum-
mer Session of courses dealing with
present-day retailing problems.
The Detroit Police Dept. is conduct-
ing an examination for Policewomen
on Sat., June 13, 1953. Women students
majoring in Social Science, particular-
ly those on a graduate level, may se-
cure further information abount re-
quirements at the Bureau of Appoint-
Reynolds Metals Co., Richmond, Va.,
has openingshfor two Metallurgical
Trainees at their Extrusion Plant in
The U.S. Civil Service, Seventh Re-
gion, has announced various federal job
openings throughout the United States.
Further details are available at the
Bureau of Appointments.
For appointments, applications, and
additional information about these and
other openings, contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Administration
Building, Ext. 371.
The Henry Russel Lecture for 1952-
53. "The Wisdom of the Body and the
(Continued on page 4)
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1% blocks east of East Eng.
Our other partner has taken
to wearing sunglasses so he Dr. John D. Adcock, assistant
professor of internal medicine at
the University Medical School,
Petitions Start was found dead Sunday in his
room in University Hospital.
Norman Thal, '53E, president Edwin C. Ganzhorn, Washtenaw
of the Engineering Honor Coun- county coroner, officially listed his
cil, announced yesterday that pe- death as suicide. University offi-
titioning for positions on the cials said that Dr. Adcock had been
Council opens today and will con- "in a state of depression" for some
tinue through May 19. time which they attributed to tu-
Four one-year positions are op- bercular condition contracted 17
en. Any undergraduate engineer years ago.
may apply by giving petitions to Dr. Adeock graduated from
a council member, Thal said. the University of Pennsylvania
Petitioners will be interviewed medical school and was an in-
on May 20. Information on apply- structor there before coming to
ing for a position is now posted on the University as assistant pro-
the bulletin board in the Engine fessor of internal medicine in
ROOMS FOR RENT_
ROOMS, roomettes and apartments by
day or week for campus visitors. Cam-
pus Tourist Homes, 518 E. William.
Phone 3-8454. )3D
SUITE for 3, preferably G.I.'s. Part time
work to defray cost. Also garage for
rent. Also, single room with board.
520 Thompson. )52D
MEN STUDENTS-Have you found a
room for Summer School? Have two
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surroundings in professor's home.
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ROOMS for male students. Suites.
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ATTENTION Summer Students--Excel-
lent meals Monday-Friday, $2 a day.
Call Jesse, Chi Phi 2-7363. )5S
WASHING, finished work, and hand
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Ruff dry and wet washing. Also iron-
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GOOD rental typewriters available at
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Good opportunity to learn details of
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and experience. )38H
YOUNG LADY for part-time work at
soda fountain. Swift's Drug Store,
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WANTED-Single room with kitchen
immediately or in June. Yazdant,
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WANTED-Univ. student wants to work
for room and board in faculty home
this summer. Lynne Snyder, 7230 eve-
We are looking for an agent to
sell nationally advertised draw-
ing instrument sets to entering
engineering freshmen this fall.
Very high commissions. Write:
Sis. Mgr. Empire Engineering
Supply Co., P.O. Box 114, Canal
St. Station., NYC 13, NY.
Board To Hear
The Washtenaw County Board
of Supervisors will meet today to
consider construction details of
Washtenaw's new $3,250,000 court-
Onstoday's agenda is also con-
sideration of a petition being cir-
culated among county workers
asking a five-day work week for
county officials and employes.
Basil Willey, professor of Eng-
lish literature at Cambridge Uni-
versity, England, will speak on
"Literaturerand Society" at 4:15
p.m. tomorrow in Auditorium A,
Boulding To Speak
Prof. Kenneth Boulding of the
economics department will speak
at the last sociology colloquium of
the semester at 4:10 p.m. tomor-
row in the West Lecture Rm. of
His topic is "Contributions of
Economics to Other Sciences."
1943. His work centered about
studies in tuberculosis.
He was a member of the Amer-
ican College of Physicians, Amer-
ican Federation for Clinical Re-
search, American Board of Inter-
nal Medicine, Phi Delta Theta and
Nu Sigma Nu fraternities. Adcock'
was 44 year old.
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