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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1953

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'IFTIETH ANNIVERSARY:

Foresters Attend Alumni Celebration

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Members of the University For-
estry Association attended an in-
formal get-together last night in
the Union ballroom as part of the
fiftieth anniversary celebration of
the School of Natural Resources.
The three-day alumni reunion
got under way with a coffee hour
and alumni association meeting
yesterday afternoon in the Rack-
ham Bldg.
T. HAWLEY Tapping, general
secretary of the Alumni Associa-
tion, welcomed the returning for-
esters and commented jokingly
that he was worried about the in-
fluence of modern ideas on the
natural resources school.
In the old days, foresters were
'burly, bearded men who ate,
slept and worked in tar-paper
shacks," he said. "Now their
school is getting as soft and lux-
urious as the Law School," he
added.
In a more serious vein, Tapping
remarked that University clubs in
cities all over the country coop-
erated in working to unite alumni.
The afternoon meeting end-
ed after an introduction of nat-
ural resources school faculty by
Prof. Stanley Fontanna, Dean of
"the School. Samuel T. Dana, pro-
fessor of forestry at Filibert
Roth University, also gave an in-
formal address. Prof. Dana re-
cently completed a booklet en-
titled "History of Activities in
the Field of Natural Resources
at the University."
On today's agenda for the alum-
ni is a pancake breakfast and a
series of field tiips to the Stinch-
field Woods and Saginaw Forest.
Richard E. McArdle, chief of the
United States Forest Service will
address the 50th birthday cele-
bration at 10 a.m. today in the
Rackham Bldg. McArdle's topic
will be "Public Service in For-
estry."
During the three-day celebra-
tion, University Museums is fea-
turing a display on "Forest Con-
servation" and the Rackham Bldg.
art galleries are filled with a phot-
ographic exhibit of "Forests and
Forest Life in Alaska and the
North."
Positions Open
For Michigras
Petitions for the 1954 Michigras
central committee are still avail-
able at the Union and League, Hal
Abrams, '54, co-chairman, said
yesterday.
A meeting will be held for all
students petitioning for the 21
available positions at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday in Rm. 3-S of the Union,
he added.
Before attending the meeting,
Abrams said, all petitioners should
read the 1952 Michigras reports
which are available in the Union
and League.
Students who wish additional
information about the Union-Wo-
men's Athletic Association spon-
sored event may contact Abrams
by calling 3-8508.
Vocke Named
Top ROTC Cadet

Two Year :
Study Leads
To Manual
Two years of intensive prepara-
tion by civilian educators working
in close cooperation with repre-
sentatives of the Air Force has re-
sulted this year in the completion
of a new air science textbook for
the ROTC program, Capt. Eugene
C. Maxam revealed this week.
The new texts which are water
proof, loose leaf bound manuals,
were issued through the Air Uni-
versity, Air Force ROTC's Head-
quarters, in Montgomery, Ala.
They have been hailed by ROTC
instructors as a "tremendous
stride forward" in placing air sci-
ence material on the college level.
* * *
PREVIOUSLY ALL air science
and tactics material for the Air
Force ROTC program was pre-
pared by Air Force personel 61and
issued through the Continental
Air Command.
Along with the newly-revised
materials in the book the Air
University also issued a suggest-
ed outline of procedure for in-
structors in preparing lessons
from the new texts.
In the past classes were instruc-
ted by non-commissioned officers
as well as commissioned officers,
but with the institution of the new
educational program, air men gen-
era y will not be used for in-
truction unless they are technical-
ly trained for certain phases of
it, Capt. Maxam said.
Last year textbooks were used
by sections and had to be return-i
ed for use by other classes upon
completion of each phase of work.
Under the new system every stu-
dent who registered in the Air
Force ROTC program was issued
I all the books he would need
I throughout the year.
Along with new textbooks and
and suggestions for usage, the
Air University has cemented the
Air Force ROTC's program on
the college level by requiring
more exact preparation of in-
structors, such as requiring them
to read works of latest author-
ities before they can teach les-
sons in a subject.
The Air Force enlisted the ser-

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Student tickets for the i--
chigan-Tulane football game
may be turned in between 3
and 5 p.m. today in the Union
student offices for resale to-
morrow morning.
Bernard Levine, '56, chair-
man of the project, stressed
yesterday all tickets would be
resold on a first-come, first-
served basis in the Union lob-
by.
The resale booth will be open
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. tomorrow,
he added. Tickets may also be
turned in during that period.

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FORESTRY ALUMNI SWING THEIR PARTNERS-Members of
the University Forestry Association square dance at an informal
get-together held yesterday in the Union ballroom. The dance
was part of the celebrations held to commemorate the fiftieth
anniversary of the School of Natural Resources. The three-day
alumni reunion began yesterday and will continue today with a
pancake breakfast and field trips to Stinchfield Woods and
Saginaw Forest.
Girls Attend Smoker;
Impesed byGreeks

What will girls do for excite-
ment on a quiet Wednesday night?
If they've seen all the movies in
town, or if they're too young for
taverns, they might try frater-
nity rushing. Everyone knows its
no longer a man's world, why not
invade a supposedly masculine
event? And that is just what a
group of girls from Stockwell de-
cided to do.
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THEY HADN'T registered with
IFC and they weren't wearing
charcoal-grey suits, with button-
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U' Research
Lures Johnson
Military research being conduct-
ed by the University for the mili-
tary services brought Under-Sec-
retary of the Army Earl Johnson
and a staff of three to campus this
week, it was revealed yesterday.-
Undersecretary Johnson and his
special staff, which included James
Davis, Brigadier General William
P. Cordeman, and Lt. Col. Robert
Williams conferred with Univer-
sity officials and project officers
concerning the research program.
Under-secretary Johnsonralso
met with Col. V. R. Miller, profes-
sor of military science and tactics
to discuss matters related to the
Army ROTC program.
Episcopal Group
To Feature Himler

down oxford shirts, but they de-
cided to chance it anyway.
Up to the doors of ATO,
through the hallowed Greek por-
tals, and on they went to be in-
itiated to the mysteries of fra-
ternity life. "We want to rush
your house," they announced to
the first ATO member they saw.
The Greek wasn't at all dismay-
ed. At least one group of girls
stages fake rushing every semes-
ter. Last year the fraternity men
threw some "rushees" in the show-
er, but the Stockwell girls were
treated more cordially.

official publication of the University
jof 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.
theaday preceding publication (before
11 a.m. on Saturday).
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1953
VOL. LXIV, No. 10
Notices
Faculty of the College of Literature,
Science, andtthe Arts. The October
meeting of the Faculty will be held
Mon., Oct. 5, 1953, at 4:10 p.m. in Angell
Hail Auditorium A.
University Convocation. A convoca-
tion, honoring the fiftieth anniversary
of instruction in professional forestry
at the University, will be held in Rack-
ham Lecture Hall at 10:30 a.m. Fri.,
Oct. 2. President Hatcher will preside.
Honorary degrees will be conferred and
R. E. McArdle, Chief, U. S. Forest Ser-
vice, will speak on the subject "Public
Service in Forestry."
The Blue Cross and Blue Shield ilos-
pital-Medical-Surgical Care Plans will
be open during the periUd from October
5 through October 20, for new appli-
cations as well as changes in contracts
now in effect. These new applications
and changes become effective December
5 with the first payroll deduction on
November 30.
Applications for Grants in Support
of Research Projects. Faculty members
whko wish to apply for grants from the
Research Funds to support research pro-
jects during the next school year
should file their applications in the
IOffice of the Graduate School by Mon.,
Oct. 12, 1953. Application forms will be
mailed on request or can be obtained
at 1006 Rackham Building, telephone
372.
Members of the Graduate Faculty.
Applications for Summer Faculty Re-
search Fellowships for the Summer
Session of 1954 should be filed in the
Office of the Graduate School by Sat.,
Oct. 10,1953. Application forms will be
mailed on request, or can be obtained
at 1006 Rackham Building, telephone}
372.
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SOLID WALNUT GATELEG TABLE, $25.
One large double coil springs, $15.00.
One upholstered chair, $1.00. One large
walnut veneer table and five chairs,
$25. One wool rug. $35. Two large wai-
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small steel folding cot, $10.00. Large
child's coaster wagon, $4.00. Phone
2-9020. })13B
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords--$6.88. Sox,
39c; shorts, 69c; military supplies.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. )14B7
YOUNG BUDGIES or Parakeets, also
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1912 CHEVROLET -- Black four door,
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Reserve rooms now for Football Week-
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Tourist Homes. Ph. 3-8454. 518 E.
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ROOM AND BOARD
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STILL A FEW room and board openings
at 1617 Washtenaw. Roam $30 per
month. Free linen and porter service.
Board $2.10 per day for three meals.
Phone 3-2360. )6E
BOARD for southeast campus area.
$2.10 per day. Three meals, Generous
refund policy. 1617 Washtenaw. Ph.
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BOARD-Southeast of campus-3 meals
$1.95 a day, any combination of meals
re-bate system. Call 2-8312. )8E
PERSONAL
PIANO INSTRUCTION - Don-David
Lusterman is now accepting students
for the new school year. Phone 6719.
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VOICE LESSONS-Call David Murray.
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vices of educators as Dr. A. S.
DESPITE THE fact that they Adams, President of the American
arrived in shorts, or perhaps be- Council of Education, Rev. J. J.
cause of their unorthodox attire, Cavanaugh, President of Notre
they were shown all the courtesies Dame University, and Dr. B. R.
of a fraternity house during rush- Van Leer, President of Georgia
ing. Immediately presented with Institute of Technology, in plan-
ATO rushing cards, they were ning the new texts.
ceremoniously ushered through the
ground floor rooms.aThe members Football Tickets
offered the young ladies refresh- .
ments, but they said that they Students who have not picked'
"had just come to see the house." up their student tickets may do
The Stockwell girls declared so today or tomorrow morning at
themselves "most impressed," but the Athletic Administration Build-
they were afraid that their house ing. By failing to do so, they will
mother wouldn't approve. So they forfeit their rights to a student
thanked the gentlemen and climb- ticket, according to University of-
ed back up the hill. ficials.

Room, 1217 Observatory.

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Lester Vocke, '55D, has been Prof. Leonard E. Himler of the
named the number one cadet of Medical School, director of Mercy-
the first Summer Camp, held this wood Sanitarium will speak on
;yea at he Book Arm Medcal"Religion and the Emotional Life,"
year at the Brooke Army Medical Iat 7:30 p.m. today at Canterbury
Center, Fort Huston, Texas. House, 218 North Division.
Vocke, who served overseas as The lecture is a part of the Fri-
a military police officer during day Lecture Series sponsored by
World War I, participated in a the Episcopal Student Foundation.
course for medical and dental jun- Prof. Helen Dodson, of the as-
ior students. The course included tronomy department, who was
various phases of Army training originally scheduled to address
from firing weapons td experience the group, canceled ,her appear-
in hospital wards and clinics. ance because of ill health.
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