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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1952

PAGE TWO SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1952

ILLINOISSURVEY:-"and June graduates in Mechanical, In- er: Our Counselor, Ada Mae Ames,
dustrial and Chemical Engineering. The speaking on "Advent-Its Meaning and
firm makes such items as hospital Use."
equipment, children's vehicles, wheel
chairs and other things. Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student
Summer Positions. f Club. Supper-program, 5:3 p.m. Talk:
The Detroit Civil service Commission Luther and Baugh.
announces examination for the follow-
M ~iore A ctive o n C am pus ing summer openings: Playleader-male Wesleyan Guild. 9:30 a.m. Discussion-
and a female, closing date Dec. 22; Base- Class: Understanding the Christian
- -_ball Instructor-male, closing date Dec. Faith. 5:30 p.m., Fellowship supper. MIC H IGA N DAILY
27; Life Guard-male, and Swimming 6:45 p.m., Worship and program: Stu- Phone 23-24-1
By MIKE WOLFF ered that friends and immediate Instructor-male and a female, closing dent Panel: "What Christmas Means HOURS: 1 to 5 P.M.
Fraternity men hold higher po- family are mainly responsible date Dec. 22, The date of examination to Me." CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
si tionitcamen rgnzain for these openings is Dec. 29. In add- CASFE D ETSN
sitions in campus organizations for fraternity attitudes held by tion there is an examination given for Congregational-Disciples Guild. 7 RATES
and participate in social activities the majority of students. It was Public Service Attendant and Assist- p.m., Congregational Church, packing,
to a greater degree than indepen- also shown that few men chang- ant Public Service Attendant open to mending, and sorting cloths for Ko- LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
dents. ed their preconceived opinions both males and females, with the clos- rea. The twlve who are in Cleveland on 34
leasteirthisecosctheedopinionons. ing date Dec. 16 and examination date the Workcamp at the Settlement House, 3 70 1.78 .84
least ths is he opinion held even-after four years at school. Dec. 23. will be back to tell of their experience.,.1-84
by a majority of men on the Uni--___ 4 .90 2.24 3.92
versity of Illinois camnpus, accord- Apparently' Illinois fraternity for urther information concerning Lutheran Student Association. 7 p.m., Figure 5 average words to a line.
Ver~tiyOf lliois amps,.accrd-these and other openings, contact the
ing to a recent survey by their In- men are more satisfied with their Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin- Rev, Heist, Missionary station in New Classified deadline doily except
terfraternity council. lot than independents. Although istration Building. Guinea, will speak on his experiences Saturday is 3. P.M., Saturdays,
* * , 27.2 per cent of the contacted in- there. 11:30 A.M., for Sunday issue.
ALTHOUGH 54 per cent of the dependets admitted they would LectusesSt. Mary's Student Chapel. Annual
respondents felt the independent prefer living in a fraternity house, Retreat under direction of Father LOST AND FOUND
student has as much chanceas only 3.3 per cent of the Greeks University Lecture. Dr. Hans David, Leonard Colley, Catholic Chaplain of
t tenty an taance in felt the urge to leave their house. Professor of Music, will lecture at 4:15 University of Minnesota. Begin with BROWN tortoise - shell tropical fish-
he fraternity lan to advance in 'Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 9, in the Rack- Mass on Dec. 7, and end on Dec. 9 with shaped pin-before Thursday going
campus groups, 57 er cent believ- he esults of the survey will be ham Amphitheater, on "Heinrich Solemn Benediction. All Catholic stu- on State between Liberty and Wil-
ed'the Greek eventually lands in a useful to the. local IFC in their Schutz and his Christmas Historia." dents and faculty are urged to partici- liam. )66L
higher position, public relations work, according to The University Choir plans to sing pate.F
publicity chairman Sam Sirporin, Schutz' Christmas Story during its con- FOR SALE
Seventy-two per cent of those cert on Dec. 17. Sponsored by the School Unitarian Student Group. 7:15 p.m., Seventy-twopercentofthose__
corntacted iaintained that affil- 4 of Music, the lecture will be open to Unitarian Church. Group discussion on
fated men had more of a social the public. McCarty-ismrsons onoIron and walnut designers' models;
life while an even. greater num-.N t s frhap tnm t n reasonable mahogany bowls and oil
be said that .iore fraternity DAILY A cademic Notices Hall, 7 p.m. painting. 9455. Mr. Hoffman. 2
nen1 than.independents partici-r Logic Seminar in Mathematics. Tues., C tn E e s2%4 x 3' PACEMAKER speed graphic,
gated in social functions. O - OFFICIAL Dec. 9, 3:10 p.m., 3001 A.H. Mr. Prins fully equipped, like new. Phone Henry
The IFC'S p01 was conducted will speak on A. A. Robinson's "Mathe- Arnold 3-4141. )40L
Te. po wa cnue matics of Algebra." Volunteer Naval Research Reserve
among 400 undergraduate nen se- U LUa iUnit 9-3. Meeting at 7:30 p.m., Mon., PARAKEETS, babies and breeders, ca-
lected by random sampling meth- Seminar in Mathematical Statistics. Dec. 8, 2082 Natural Science Building. naries, singers, cages and supplies. 305
ods from a total of 11,000. Of the Tues., Dec. 9, 2-4 p.m., 3217 Angell Hall. Professor George Kish, of the Depart- W. Hoover. Phone 2-2403. 185
169 wh returned their question- The Daily Official Bulletin is an Prof. Craig and Mr. Wine will speak. ment of Geography, will speak on "Eval-
uations of New Problems in Italy." FOR SALE-Size 42 tails and accessor-
nalres, 47.9 per cent belonged to official publication of the University Correction of previous notice of In- les. Also combination Philco table
fraternities and 52.1 per cent did of Michigan for which the Michigan terdepartmental Seminar in Methods Mathematics Club will meet Tues., model radio and phonograph. Call
10tailty. Publication in it orial responsi- of Machine Computation. Meeting of Dec. 9, 8 p.m., West Conference Room, 2-8465. )109
tive notice to all members of the Mon., Dec. 8, postponed because of Rackham Building. Prof. J. A. Dieu- CANARIES and Baby Parakeets, $10 and
tive notconflict.,Many may be interested in at- donne will speak on Integration Theory.
THE SURVEY also showed that University. Notices should be sent in tending a session of the Mathematics ds k I g T y up. Bird supplies and cages. 562 S.
ineednscnie rtriy TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552Cooqim301AglFal,3p.Dr Seventh. )113
gradesndonestyfraternlty Administration Building before 3 pm Coloquium, 3011 Angell Hall, 3 p.m. Dr. Michigan Actuarial Club. Meeting
grades lower than they actually the day preceding publication (before T. S. Motkin of the Institute for Nu- Mon., Dec. 8, 4 p.m., Room 3-B Union. TUX with shirt and accessories, worn
are and believe that Greek house- 11 a m. on Saturday.) meis A y Los Angelesu(whic Mr. Richard Henne from the Gleaner only 3 times. Size 38. Ph. 3-0658. )115
____r__n__a hge hnoperates the SWAC, National Bureau of Life Insurance Society of Detroit will
ubll recnsdral hgerthn SUDYDCEBR ,192 Standard's Computer) will talk on spa~n"gnyPolm. 4x5 DEJUR professional enlarger with
the true expenses. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1952 "Convexity and Approximation." speak on "Agency Problems."negative carrier. 4.5 flex lens. Also
The pollsters further discov- American Society for Public Admin- Amglo Strobo Unit with 2 lights,
Ameriastudents of public administration, - o-18lterE 6cpem. ndto Cl
N o t i c e s C o n c e r t s i s t r a t i o n , U . o f V, . C h a p t e r , i n v i t e s a l l 3 -1 8x1ea fne rc6n dim ,o n . 2
FC gr Student Recital. Jerome Jelinek, cel- litical science, and their friends to its
Faculty of the Cortege of Literature, list, will be heard at 8:30 Monday eve- social seminar Mon., Dec. 8, 7:30 p.m., ROOMS FOR RENT
Science, and the Arts. The December ning, Dec. 8, in the Rackham Assem- East Conference Room of the Rackham
~ m~eti ef the fauty for the aca- b
d nmi ye'ar 195253 will be feld Mon., bly Hall, playing a program in partial Building. Mr. James M. Mitchell, Pres- ROOMS FOR OVERNIGHT GUESTS-
/ s1.n AA fulfillment of the requirements for the ident, American Society for Public Ad- Reserve rooms now at The Campus
.ed'0 :3. to t 3 at :1 degree of Master of Music. It will in- ministration, and a member of the Tourist Homes. 518 E. William (near
et3lude compositions by Frescobaldi, U.S. Civil Service Commission, will State). Phone 3-8454. )2R
AM N ..4c- of Freshmen. Brahms, Tchakovsky, and Bohusav speak on "Trends in Personnel Man-
_ TAR_____Dy !ns grader~ ri ENINERNGMartino, and will be open to the gen- agement." NEAR CAMPUS-Small single room for
I STARTS ~ A~'''1 'n-week. grades for all ENGINEERING ie :MrJenkisapilo
FRESY) lN.ar duein the Secretary's eral public. Mr, Jelinek s a pupil ofale student. $5.50 per week. 813 E.
.angineering ulding, on rDeutscher Verein. Meeting, Tues., Kingsley. )34R
- *. l ee,8.x Dec. 9, at 7:30 p.m., Room 3D, Union. SINGLE ROOM for a girl in private
.Events Today Singing, refreshi ents. Everyone we- home, location convenient to campus
-er.eleRequests,,come and downtown Ann Arbor. Every-
- .Qk I Owenso - Glass Company thing furnished; laundry privileges
t'let4, QhiQ hav pezrigs in their Graduate Outing Club meets 2 p.m. La P'tite Causette will meet tomor- granted. 415 S. Fourth Ave. )35
- ales Department for meoiwith back at the rear entrance of the Rackham row from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in the North
-S grotud'in Chemistry, Engineering, and Building for hiking and ice skating. Cafeteria, Union. TWO ROOMS for 2 or 3 men. Close to
- 4Architecture. Rackham, School of Music, Hospitals.
Merril nch, Pierce, .Fenner and Hillel Foundation. Supper Club 6 U. of M. Club will meet at 7:15, Tues., Phone 3-0746. )36R
Beaelf eW or thascontacted 7 p.m to be followe by evening Dec. 6, at the R.O.T.C. Rifle Range.
the -Btreau; oi Appointments concern- -mPERSONAL
g :penings in their Financial De- Hillel Foundation. Graduate social Dr. James R. Squires of the Depart-
partnentt Txosee-interested in a ca- ment of English will read selections MEN-This is for you: Mistletoe at 602!
reer3 tinyvstmenti'Banking, and Se- get-together. Dancing, refreshments, from his poetry on Tues., Dec. 9, at )39P
Tfti tf and ominodities, Brokerage gms 8 p Come eare r ored- 4:15 in the Kellogg Auditorium. Every-
may obtain further information at the beef supper. All grad students invited, one invited.
he Trane Company of LaCrosse, Young Republicans. Board Meeting, Motion Picture. Ten-minute film, Dal lsse s
isconsin, -hasopenings for Cngineers 4 p.m., League. Consult bulletin board "Marine Animals and Their Food,
-ol Wtheir Training rogramfo inaddition for room number. All Club members shown Mon. through Fri., 12:40 and 3 B gQ ik Re lt
Lto positions available for Chemical and may attend and partIcipate. p.m., 4th floor, University Museums
Mechanical Engineers in their Heat Roger Williams Guild. 9:45: continua- Building.
Transfer Sales Department. .tion of 1st' Samuel in Student Bible
Collins Radio Company of Cedar Rap-Y Class will present the study of the oung.Demorats will meet on Mon.
tions:ec.ngineering Development,-Beof-th
ids, Iowa, has open the following post- early life of David. 7 p.m. Rev. Kul- Uno. T, will be comittee ots
tions: Engineering Development, Re- ngPeberaMnstrwlspk Union. There will be committee reports
I search, Design, Industrial Engineer- zenga, Presbyterian Minister, will speak an icsino h lbsftr C oming
,concerning the question, "Can Human and discussion of the club's future ac-
ing and Accounting. This company is Nature Be Changed?" Presbyterian tivities. A l those interested are invited
". st. engaged in a widely diversified field of Euild will be r guests.o attend.
TECHNICOLOR Electronic Engineering and in addition ou DmrsEete a
to Cedar Rapids there are branches in! Evangelical and Reformed Student Young Democrats, Executive Board
Yvonne D .r.-Rockk d Burbank, California, and Dallas, Tex- Guild. ane Hall, 7 p.m. Speaker: Dr. and Coordinating Committee, will
as. February graduates may make ap G. J VanWylen of Engineering School. meet on Mon., Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. in the
-- Added Cartoon -- plication Discussion Topic: "Problems Engineer- League, Tom Payne, President of Mich-
"Scent-1-Mental Romeo" The Coldson Corporation of Elyria ing Cannot Solve." igan Young Democrats, and George'
Ohio has openings for both February McCready, State Central Committee
- Canterbury Club. 6:45 p.m. Speak- man, will be there.
Continuous
HILLEL Today From 1 P.M.
jpresents Adults 65c *
Corned Beef Capers \ s
Regutar Sunday Night Supper Club
6-7 P.M.. .TODAY...
50c members, 75c non-members

fresh from his triumph
MUSICALE
7:30-Discussion of music will be presented in"The Greatest Show
on Earth" 4
HILLEL FOUNDATION ... 1429 Hill St. o
TONIGHT at 8:00 Only th
DANCE FILM FESTIVAL - 8:00~
BANK DICK - 9:00 }
Jose Limon - Valerie Bettis - Ulanova in
DANCE FILM FESTIVA
"Moor's Pavanne" (color) - "Desperate Heart"
"Swan Lake" - "Fable of the Peacock" (color) ntro edag
"Interesting, important, entertaining"-Saturday Review -
ALSO~
ife calls her
C n'
" 7 a -AND SEXY"
o e oil

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FIEDS
PERSONAL
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING made easy -
Call 6007 for gift subscriptions. We
handle special gift rates for all peri-
odicals. Student Periodical Agency.
)36P
GENERAL alterations and remodeling.
Tailormade button holes. Ph. 2-6673.
)40P
BARBER SHOP Harmony-Ann Arbor
Chapter. SPEBSQSA, meets 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Schwaben Hall, 217 S. Ash-
ley. Students cordially invited. )38P
HELP WANTED
MEAL JOBS - Professional fraternity.
1502 Hill, Phone 3-1959. )55H
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPEWRITERS! Portable and Standard
for rent, sale and service.
Morrill's
314 S. State St., Phone 7177. )8B
RADIO SERVICE
Auto -hHome - Portable
Phono & TNV
ast & Reasonable Service
ANN ARBOR RADIO & TV.
"Student Service'
1215 So. Uni., Ph. 7942
12 blocks east of East Eng. 115B
WASHING - Finished work, and hand
Ironing. Ruff dry and wet wshing.
Also ironing separately. Free Dick-up
and delivery. Phone 2-9020. )R
EXPERT TYPIST - Rates reasonable.
Prompt service. 914 Mary St., 3-4449.
)12B
GOOD Rental Typewriters available at
reasonable rates. Office Equipment
Company, 215 E. Liberty. Phone 2-1213.
)4B
$400 MONTHLY possible, we will se-
lect a reliable person from this area
to refill and collect money from our
New Automatic Merchandising Ma-
chines. No selling. To qualify appli-
cant must have car, good references
and $600 working capital which is se-
cured by inventory. Devoting 8 to 10
hours per week may net up to $400
monthly with an excellent opportu-
nity of taking over full time. We will
allow the person we select liberal
financial assistance for expansion. For
interview, write, giving full partic-
ulars, name, address, age and phone
number to National Sales & Service
Co., 3406 Monroe St., Fort Wayne 5,
Indiana. )25B
MISCELLANEOUS
BEEN MEANING to find out about our
student faculty and regular specials,
haven't you? Well, if you are not do-
ing anything why not inquire now.
Student Periodical Agency, 6007. )17M
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