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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7,1952

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Kelsey House, Acacia Win Trophies

A&D Holds
Conference
Architects and engineers met
yesterday as a part of the Ann Ar-
bor conference sponsored by the
College of Architecture and De-
sign.
The general theme of the two-
day conference is "The Design of
Industrial Plants."
At 9:30 a.m. today in Rackham
Amphitheater, another panel will
discuss Plant and Community Re-
lations.
Students interested in architec-
ture and planning will have an op-
portunity to meet the members of
the panels at an informal session
at 4 p.m. in the Rackham Amphi-
theater.
Movie on Pasteur
"Louis Pasteur, Man of Science"
is the title of a movie to be shown
at 7:30 p.m. today in Kellogg Aud.
Presented under the auspices of
the University Museums, the movie
is opeft to all interested persons.

STAR CLEANERS *
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DRY CLEANING SPECIALS
FOR THE PRICE OF
Save $ 1.00 on Every
$3 of Cleaning
2-HOUR CLEANING AT REGULAR PRICE
READ AND USE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

Attention
Engineering Graduates
and
Sr. Engineering Students
MAJORING IN ELECTRICAL,
MECHANICAL AND AERONAUTICAL,
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ENGINEERING AND IN PHYSICS AND MATH
Start your career with Sperry, a leading engineering
company enjoying an enviable record of stable, con-
sistant growth through the development of new and
better products since 1910.
Following are some of the engineering
fields Sperry is engaged in:
ELECTRONICS -- MICROWAVE - RADAR -- SERVO-MECHANISMS
COMPUTERS - AIRCRAFT NAVIGATION - ELECTRONIC
TUBE DEVELOPMENT INCLUDING KLYSTRONS
FRACTIONAL H.P. MOTORS AND TRANSFORMERS
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT - LORAN - SONAR
FIRE CONTROL EQUIPMENT - CONTROLS FOR GUIDED MISSILES
TECHNICAL WRITING - STANDARDS ENGINEERING WORK, ETC.

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SHEARLiNG LINED, CREPE SOLES

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KELSEY PRESIDENT KELSEY RECEIVES AWARDS-ACACIA PRESIDENT MERRILL WITH TROPHY

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Long hours of studying paid off
: or the men of Kelsey House in
he South Quadrangle and Acacia
fraternity's pledges yesterday. '
'The Sigma Chi foundation
scholarship award was presented
to the Acacia pledge class for hav-
ing the highest average (3.20)
among last year's 44 pledge groups.
Interfraternity Council scholarship
chairman, John Baity, '55, award-
ed the three foot higlh trophy at
the fifth annual fraternity pledge
banquet last night in the Union
ballroom.
Fred Shure, '55E, gave the
Phi Eta Sigma trophy to Kelsey
House for having the highest

scholastic average (2.73) in the
men's residence halls at a cere-
mony in the Kelsey lounge.
Phi Eta Sigma is a scholastic
honorary for freshmen men.
A special award of 16 books were
also given by a local bookstore to
Kelsey for having the highest av-
erage in the South Quadrangle.
The Sigma Chi cup was won last
year by Zeta Beta Tau while Mich-
igan House in the West Quadrangle
carried off the Phi Eta Sigma tro-
phy.
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RAB I DEAU-HARRI S

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boots with the toe.cuddling
shearling lining, the snap-up.
or-down cuffs of genuine fur,
the Neoprene crepe sole
that's wonderfully lightweight.
Matching suede and smooth
leather in GREY, BLACK,
RED, BLUE.

Further study encouraged through tuition refund program
Modern lab facilities and equipment available to you for
the further development of your technical education
Association with top men in the field
Top Rates
Periodic Cost of Living adjustment
Full employee benefits
Modern plant, in suburban area, 45. minutes from the
heart of New York City
Convenient transportation
Recreation facilities and congenial friendly associates
Adequate, attractive housing available
A satisfying, well paid career awaits you at Sperry

Our engineering dept. heads will be available Nov. 7 to give you
full details and tell you about the high level engineering work
Sperry is engaged in. Please arrange for appointment at your
placement office.
SPERRY GYROSCOPE CO.
,DIVISION OF THE SPERRY CORP.
MARCUS AVE. & LAKEVILLE RD.
GREAT NECK; LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK

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306 SOUTH STATE

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THE TOWN AND COUNTRY FABRIC
FOR COLORFUL OUTDOOR WEAR
Getting tired of a drab outercoat wardrobe? Then
turn to tweed for tasteful zest and rugged good
looks. These topcoats are light, yet warm and
sturdy. They're equally ideal for business or casual
wear. And, the fabrics are as masculinely colorful
as the Scottish highlands. An excellent variety of
ner colorings.
TOPCOATS.........37.50 up
PABIDEAJWAR R
"Where the Good Clothes Come From"
119 S. Main St., Ann Arbor
Open 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Daily

VAN BOVEN SHOES
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WE SALUTE GEORGE SZELL AND THE CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA!

ANNUAL MID-SEASON

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BEAR THESE GREAT
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BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 4 in B flat
DVORAK: Symphony No. 5 "New World"
DVORAK: Slavonic Dances
HAYDN: Symphony No. 92 in G
HINDEMITH: Symphonic Metamorphosis

MENDELSSOHN: Symphony No. 4 "Italian"
MOZART: Symphony No. 39 in E flat
SCHUMANN: Symphony No. 4 in D minor
SMETANA: From My Life
STRAUSS: Till Eulenspiegel

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and with ROBERT CASADESUS, pianist, as Soloist
WEBER: Konzertstuck in F minor LISZT: Concerto No. 2 in A

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You will enjoy the Cleveland Orchestra at Hill Auditorium this Sunday.
Hear them at vour leisure on Columbia Lona Plavina Reor.-.in stoc at the

This is a real money-saving sale. The Shoes are from our regular stock.
None bought for sale purposes.

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