THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1953
Campus organizations and in-
dividuals interested in finding
somebody to type, mail, duplicate
messages and lick postage stamps
can now obtain these office ser-
vices at the Student Legislature
SL's newly-initiated office ser-
vice staff plans to keep charges
for their work to a minimum so
that clubs can contact members
more easily. Students wishing to
have their term papers typed are
also eligible to hire the services of
the new SL staff, at a cost of 30
cents for each typewritten sheet.
Mailing and addressing post-
cards will cost 45 cents for 25
cards or 60 cents for 60 to 100
cards, plus the cost of the cards
themselves. If the cards can be
mailed through the campus post-
al service, 60 cents will pay for
purchasing and mailing 25 post-
Any organization or individual
interested in securing the service
should apply at least two days be-
fore the work is needed, according
to office service personnel.
Established as a part of the ex-
ecutive wing structure'approved by
SL this fall, the office service is
already open for business at the
The Daily Official Bulletin is an MICHIGAN DAILY
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Reserve rooms now for Football Week-
ends. Rooms by Day or Week. Campus
Tourist Homes. Ph. 3-8454. 518 E.
Williams St. (near State) )3D
ATT'N members of the Prescott Club
of '52. Meeting at the Pretzel Ball to
dispose of unused funds. Friday, Oct.
17 at 6:00 p.m. Peter E. Fuerst. })12F'
ARE YOU enjoying Life today? 8c by
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YOUNG LADY for part-time work at
soda fountain. Swift's Drug Store.
340 S. State. Ph. 2-0534. )29H
AWARD-LaMar MacNutt, '55, (left) president of Reeves House,
South Quad, accepts an award to Reeves House for having the
highest scholastic average in the quadrangle. The award, a col-
lection of books for the house library, was presented by Russ
O'Brien on behalf of a local bookstore.
PAINTED LADIES :
Anthropologist's Film Shows
'Lipstick Red' African Wives
TROUBLE IS HIS GAME!
By CARL ZIMMERMAN
A South-West African people,
whose women cover their bodies
with something like lipstick and
marry an average of three times,
was described in a film shown yes-
terday by Prof. Edwin M. Loeb,
anthropologist at the University of
The program, sponsored by the
Department of Anthropology, was
held in the Rackham Amphithea-
THE KUANYAMA Ambo, an ag-
ricultural and cattle-raising peo-
ple, let wives leave their husbands
whenever they , feel like it. The
husbands must try to woo them
back, Loeb explained.
Chastity, however, is import-
ant for the women, who must go
through a four-day ceremony be-
fore marriage in which their
purity is tested, he said. Red
ochra on hair and bodies is
standard makeup, and young
wives wear non-removeable hats
made with their own hair.
Psych Qlub Plans
First Coffee Hour
The newly formed psychology
club will hold a coffee hour open
to the public from 3:30 to 4:30 }
p.. today in the League.I
The club was formed to meet
the active interest of undergrad-
ute students in psychology. Exper-
imental work, discussions and field
trips geared to the undergraduate
level are being planned.
Young men go out herding cat-
tle and don't get married for years.t
When they get to be grandfathers
they win the consolation of wear-
ing beards, Loeb said.
Chastity used to be very well
enforced among the Kuanyama
Ambo, he said.j
The people live in "kraals" (cor-t
rals) - walled enclosures whichi
contain "holy fires" supposed toI
safeguard the cattle. The cattlet
live there too; consequently every a
few years a new kraal is built apdI
gardens planted where the old one
lannum To Talk
Conservation problems of the
delta region in Egypt will be con-,
trasted to those of the American
Pacific Northwest in a lecture at
4:15 today in the Rackham Am-
phitheater by Erwin C. Hannum,
acting chief of the Technical As-
sistance Mission to Egypt.
Hannum has been "on loan" to'
the State Department from the
Bonneville Power Administration
in Portland, to direct advance
planning for the development of
a resource program for the delta
The Selective Service College Qualifi-j
cation Test will be given here on
Thurs., Nov. 19. Application deadline
It is recommended that all men who
have not previously taken the test make
application for it at Ann Arbor Selec-
tive Service Board No. 85, 208 West
Washington. The Selective Service Board
will then notify applicants of time
The result of this test is used by
your local draft board for determiningj
The test will be given again on April
The Blue Cross and Blue Shield Hos-
pital-Medical-Surgical Care Plans will
be open during the period from October
5 through October 20, for new applica-
tions as well as CHANGES IN CON-
TRACTS NOW IN EFFECT. These new
applications and changes become effec-
tive December 5, with the first payroll
deduction on November 30.
Junior Agricultural Assistant exam-
ination is announced by the U. S. Civil
Service Commission to fill positions in
the Dept. of Agriculture and in the
Dept. of the Interior in Washington,
D.C., and throughout the U.S. Applica-
tion may be made for positions in the
following optional fields: Bacteriology,
Botany, Entomology, Fishery Biology,
Forestry, Plant Pathology, Soil Science,
Statistics, Wildlife Biology, Zoology, and
various fields in Agriculture. The exam-
ination is open to graduates with bach-
elor's degrees in one of these fields or
to students who expect to complete
their degrees by June 30, 1954. The clos-
ing date for filing applications is Dec.
1, 1953. Examination will probably be
given in Ann Arbor. Applications and
adidtional information are available at
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
University Lecture, auspices of the
i Department of Conservation, "Egypt:
Technical Assistance in Resource Use,"
by Erwin C. Hannum, Acting Chief,
Technical Assistance Mission to Egypt,
Fri., Oct. 16, Rackham Amphitheater.
Psychology Colloquium will meet on
Fri., Oct. 16, at 4:15 in Auditorium "C"
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"PURCHASE FROM PURCHASE"
Federal Model 240; Compact Enlarger.
Folds into case 15" x 9" x 12". Price,
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3-ROOM furnished basement apart-
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GIRL to share 3 room apartment. Con-
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MALE CHEMISTRY STUDENT-Medium
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plating business from both technicai
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Ann Arbor area. Mrite Box 216, Saline,
YOUNG MAN for part time work.
Preferably mornings, to help display
manage 'with Christmas trim land
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FULL OR PART TIME cab drivers, male
or female. Apply 113 South Ashley..
Phone 9382. )32H
MALE STUDENT with mornings free
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Drivers license necessary. Edward's
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DR. KENNETH N. WESTERMAN; Voice
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EXPERT TYPIST -- Rates reasonable.
Prompt service. 914 Mary Street.
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John Miller, South Quad
Chuck Kelsey, South Quad
George Mack, Law Quad
are nuthorized agents of the Student
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Reunion. Single and double rooms
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-Evening News, London, England
LEAVING IN FEBRUARY?
Cinema SL quild
The Razor's Edge
FRIDAY 7:00 and 9:00
THE ARTS THEATER CLUB
offers half-year memberships for our
first four plays:
Oct. 23-Nov. 1 5-"DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS"
Nov. 20-Dec. 13-"MANDRAGOLA"
Dec. 16-Dec. 19-"NOAH"
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