THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1953
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PETERSON GIVES POINTERS TO AVID LEARNER
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Peterson, Moore To Show
-TrickBilliard Shots. Today
By JOEL BERGER
and WALLY EBERHARD
"More reverse English-follow
With this advice the 76-year-old
sage on billiards, Charlie Peterson,
coached Michigan men in infor-
mal competition at the Union pool-
PETERSON has been coming
back to Michigan every year since
1932 to tutor his art at the Uni-
versity and *demonstrate part of
his repetoire of 700 trick shots.
This year he will again team
up with Prof. A. D. Moore of the
engineering college for a bil-
liards demonstration. The pro-
fessor will apply the laws of
motion to Peterson's deft ma-
nipulation of the cue and
spheres in 100 trick shots.
Bleachers have been set up in
the Union ballroom to accommo-
date the large number of fans
expected for the demonstration, I
scheduled for 8'p.m. today.
"BILLIARDS fit into the college
scene," Peterson commented to a
Daily reporter yesterday. "And
this billiard room in the Union
is the most beautiful I have ever
seen. I've been in more modern
ones, but the atmosphere here is
hard to duplicate."
Peterson simultaneously com-
pleted 60 years of billiard play-
ing and celebrated his golden
wedding anniversary while dem-
onstrating and coaching last
week at Michigan State College.
Peterson claims only one form-
ula for his success-practice. He
has diagramed more than 1,000
difficult shots during his long ca-
reer and is the only person who
can perform many of them.
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AT LEAST two world records for
billiards have been set by the
bald-headed expert. In 47 seconds
he once executed 100 billiards,
while the record he established for
1,000 billiards stands at four min-
utes and 37 seconds.
The University won the first
intercollegiate billiards crown
in a tournament in 1932, and
again copped the championship
in 1933. Intercollegiate billiards
have been played sporadically
since 1865, Peterson said, when
Yale and Harvard fought it out
over a green-felt battleground.
Peterson will give free billiards
lessons to students in the Union
poolroom and will take on "any
and all" challengers until Friday
"You know," he remarked, "I
once had a mathematics professor
tell me that someday he was going
to move a billiard table into his
classroom to teach the principles
Marine Corps Commissions Offered
A program in which both men The first summer's training Women undergraduate stu-
and women undergraduate stu- course is held at Paris Island, dents enrolled in the program
dents can obtain commissions in S.C., and San Diego, Calif. It also undertake two summer
the United States Marine Corps provides practical and theoreti- training programs of six weeks
and Marine Corps Reserves was cal military instructions with each at Quantico, Va. Graduate
reported this week by Major Gro- emphasis upon tactics of squads students receive commissions'
ver C. Williams, assistant profes- and platoons. after one 12-week training pro-
sor of naval science and Marine gram.
Corps Procurement Officer. The second summer's training
The Platoon Leaders Class pro- is held at the Marine Corps Women officers serve at all ma-
gram is open to all undergradu- Schools in Quantico, Va., and i - jor Marine Corps posts and in
ate male students, except seniors, eludes instruction in crew-served Washington, D. C. A limited nun-
from 17 to 25 years old. The train- weapons, with emphasis on tactics ber are assigned to Headquarters'
ing is limited to two summer per- and techniques of the platoiri and of the Fleet Marine Force, at Pearl
iods of six weeks each. Upon grad- company Harbor. Women officers perform
uation from school, the candidate * * * duties ranging from administra-
Is com issioned a Second Lieu- of the tive tasks to Machine Accounting
tenant in the Marine Corps Re- po n commission in the and Special ceivices
serves.1 program and commissioning in the
* * ( Marine Corps Reserves, the can-: Applicatiis fr both th Pla-
IF ACCEPTED for the program didate goes to basic training school toon Leaders Program and Wo-
a student is draft exempt a long for six months for further train- mens Training Class may be ob-
as he maintains satisfactory ing and instruction in specialized tained fron Major Williams at
grades in school. fields. Rm. 260 N )rth Hall.}
DAILY OFFICIAL BDULLETIN]
Tne Daily Official Bulletin is an ing a Directory may purchase a copy M. A. Language Examination in His-
official publication of the University at a cost of $2.00. tory. Fri., Oct. 23, 4-5 p.m., 429 Mason
of Michigan for which the Michigan Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary Hall. Sign list in History Office. Can
Daily assumes no editorial responsi- bring a dictionary.
bility. Publication in it is construc- To Instructors of Engineering Fresh-
tive notice to all members of the men: Five-week grades for all Engi- The Reading Improvement Service
University. Notices should be sent in neering Freshmen are due in the Sec- will accept registrations for new read-
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552 retary's Office, 263 W. Engineering ing classes Oct. 19 to 23. The classes
Administration Building before 3 p.m. Building on Mon., Oct. 26. will run eight weeks, from Oct. 26 to
the day preceding publication (before Dec. 18. They are non-credit, non-tui-
11 a.m. on Saturday). Choral Union Members with good tion. Register in 210-512 S. State Street,
attendance records will please pick up between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1953 their courtesy passes admitting them
VOL. LXIV, No. 26 to the Boston Symphony Orchestra con- Students of French I. The second re-
_ cert on the day of the performance, view session of French I will be held
Oct. 22-between the hours of 9:30 and tonight in Romance Languages Build-
SNotices 11:30 in the morning, and 1:00 and 4:00 ing from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Material cov-
in the afternoon, at the offices of the ered will be lessons 1-10. All French I
Regents' Meeting. Fri., Nov. 20, at University Musical Society in Burton students are invited to attend.
9:30 a.m. Communications for consid- Tower.
eration at this meeting must be in the Course 401, the Interdisciplinary Sem-
President's hands not later than Thurs., Scientific and engineering representa- inar in the Application of Mathematics
Nov. 12. tives of the Naval Air Missile Test Cen- to the Social Sciences, will meet on
ter and Naval Ordnance Test Statio in Thurs., Oct. 22, at 4 p.m. in 3409 Mason
To Occupants of All University Build- California will be on Campus October Hall. Dr. James N. Spuhler, of the In-
ings Located South of the Heating 22 and 23 to interview seniors and grad- stitute of Human Biology, will speak
Plant: On Saturday and Sunday, Oct. uate students for research and develop- on "Mathematical Models in Popula-
24 and 25, changes are to be made in(ment work relating to guided missiles, tion Genetics."
the University electrical distribution rockets, radar, electronic equipment,
system to the campus. During this time and many other areas of weapon de- Seminar in Applied Mathematics will
two electrical feeders must carry the velopment and basic scientific research, meet Thurs., Oct. 22, at 4 p.m. in 247
load normally carried by three feeders, Interviews will be scheduled in the West Engineering. Speaker: Doctor John
so it is imperative that the electrical j fields of mechanical, electrical, elec- Carr will continue. Topic: Solution of
load be kept to a minimum. tronic, chemical, and aeronautical engi- Algebraic Equations.
neering and in physics. A very limited
If your loads are kept to a minimum number of openings exist in the fields Seminar in Hilbert Spaces. Next meet-
no building will be without service, of civil engineering, chemistry, mathe- ing: Wednesday, Oct. 21, 7:00 p.m., 247
If not, loads will have to be discon- matics, and metallurgy. Appointments West Engineering Building.
nected and some buildings will then for interviews may be made on sched-
uewtotsrie les posted on bulletin boards in the AaoySmnr r .T ep
Your cooperation is requested. followitngdepartments: Electrical, Civ s Anatomy Seminar. Dr. W. T. Demp-
an Py a.ster: Regional Distribution of Body
and Phsics.Mass. Mr. Richard Weymouth: Relation
Directory, 1953-54. It is expected that A group meeting will be held Oct. to Secretion. Visitors invited. 1 :00 a.m.,
the Directory for 1953-54 will be ready 21 at 7 p.m. in 2084 East Engineering Oct. 21, 2501 East Medical Building.
for distribution Oct. 27. The chairmen Building.
of the various departments and direc- Engineering Mechanics Seminar. J.
tors of other units will please requisi- PERSONNEL REQUESTS. G. Berry will speak on "Some Remarks
tion the number of copies required for The Fansteel Metallurgical Corp., in n Problems with Time-dependent
University campus use. Requisitions North Chicago, Ill., is looking for an Boundary Condition" at 3:45 p m. on
phould be sent telivry iha ng mdeAccountant to fill a position brought Wed., Oct. 21, in 101 West Engineering
by campus mail. If individuals wish about by the expansion of their Ac- Building. Refreshments will be served.
a copy for home use the Directory will counting Dartment.
be available by payment of 75c at the egree in Business Administration are
Cashier's Office, Main Floor, Adminis- eligible to apply. j Concerts
tration Building. Trans World Airlines, Inc., has open- t
Business concerns or individuals t ings for several Aeronautical, Mechanical Strn Orchestra Concert conducted
Busiess oncrns r Iniviualsnotby Gilbert Ross, with Robert Court,
connected with the University desir- and Electrical Engineers at their major Violist of the Stanley Quartet, as solo-
-ooverhaul base in Kansas City, Kansas. ist, will be presented at 8:30 Wednesday
ject-type engineering work. h evening, Oct. 21, in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater. The program will include
The Equitable Life Assurance So- music of the 17th and 18th centuries
ciety is offering an Administrative composed by Stamitz, Manfredini, Boc-
Training Course, an Actuarial Train- cherini, Telemann, Frescobaldi, and
ing Program, and Sales positions to Handel. The general public will be ad-
1954 college graduates. The Administra- mitted without charge.
tive Training Course is designed for
graduates interested in office man- Concerts. The Boston Symphony Or-
agement and general , administrative chestra, Charles Munch, Conductor, will
work; the Actuarial Training Program be heard in .the Choral Union Series,
is for math students desiring profes- Thurs., Oct. 22, in Hill Auditorium, at
.sional training in actuarial scienee. The 8:30 in the evening. The following pro-
Sales positions are open to any men gram will be heard:
graduates who are interested in the Brahms' Symphony No. 2 in D major;
field of life insurance sales. Honegger Symphony No. 2 for String
Moore Business Forms, Inc., in De- Orchestra; Ravel's "Le Tombeau de
troit, is interested in talking with men Couperin;" and Excerpts from Act II,
graduates about positions as Sales "Die Meistersinger" by Wagner.
Trainees with their firm. Tickets are available at the offices of
SFor applications ad further infor- Ithe University Musical Society at Bur-
mation about these and other employ- ton Memorial Tower; and will also be
ment opportunities, contact the Bureau on sale at 7 o'clock on the evening of
of Appointments, 3528 Administration the concert at the box office in Hill
Building, Ext. 371, Auditorium.
Carillon Recital by Sidney Giles, As-
-etures sistant University Carillonneur, 7:15
I Thursday evening. It will include Im-
University Lecture, auspiceh of De: promptu by F. Timmermans, three ar:
paten r pec, Af !Acria ragmet frcailo f uiccm
+'partment of Speech, An Electrical rangements for carillon of music com-
Speaking Machine," Walter Lawrence, posed by Josef Haydn, Minuet by Boc-
Signals Research and Developmept Es- cherini; Franz Liszt's Liebestraum,
tablishment, Christchurch. Hants, Eng- Purcell's Suite in C, MacDowell's To a
land, Thurs., Oct. 22, 4 p.m., Kellogg Wild Rose, Joseph Cherny's The Bells
Auditorium. of Avalon, and the Welsh Air, All
Aci NThrough the Night.
Charles Munch Stanley Quartet Concert, originally
Topology Seminar: Wed., Oct. 21, at scheduled for Tues., Nov. 17, in Rack-
:00, $2.50, $3.00 11 a.m., in 3011 Angell Hall. Mr. James ham Lecture Hall, will be given on
Munkres will conclude his talk on Tues., Nov. 10. The Woodwind Quintet
"Classification of Closed Surfaces." (Continued on Page 4)
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after Friday's pep rally. Calf John
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BRAND NEW Webeor phonograph and
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1952 HENRY J. Radio and Heater; low.
mileage. Huron Motor Sales. 2-3163.
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 wal-
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small steel folding cot, $10.00. 'Large
child's coaster wagon, $4.00. Phone
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$6.88. Sox,
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FOR SALE. English type bike. One week
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FOR SALE - Two warm winter coats,.
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PARAKEETS - Iealthy, home raised,
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G. E. RADIO-PHONOGRAPH, 4 years
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1951 CHEV. Olub Coupe; R&H. Two to
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DRAFTING and DRAWING Equipment
-Students 13-pc, drawing set $10.25.
Set includes 614-in. precision com-
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divided; 5'a-in. octagonal ruling pen;
412-in. ruling pen; 4 4-in. spring head
bow divider, pen, pencil all with cen-
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Finest professional quality inevery
detail. Log Log Synchro Scale Slide
Rule $16.95. Complete standard rule
for all engineering problems. Back
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With leather case. Sears Sporting
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GIRLS: Student Laundry Sergvice. Will
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GRAND PIANO KRAKAUER, Louis XVI.
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ROOMS FOR RENT
OVERNIGHT GUEST ROOMS
Reserve rooms now for Football Week-
ends. Rooms by Day or"Week. Campus
Tourist Homes. Ph. 3-8454. 518 E.
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TWO SINGLES near campus. Maid ser-
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facilities. Privileges. Call 2-7108. )13D
LARGE APARTMENT to share with
business woman or graduate student.
Near campus and hospitals. Call 2-0226
after 5 p.m. )14D
ROOM-MATES UNITE! A few cents
brings you Time, Life, etc. each week.
Student Periodical, Phone 6007. )18F
FULL OR PART TIME cab drivers, male
or female. Apply 113 South Ashley.
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MALE STUDENT with mornings free
for part time work. Some heavy work.
Drivers license necessary. Edward's
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Development in singing and speak-
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Auto - Home - Portable
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"The Ugly Duckling"
by ,Hans Christian Andersen, adapted by Richard McKelvey
Department of Speech
TRYOUTS: Sat., Oct, 24-3:00; Sun., Oct. 25-4:00
Announces Children of all ages invited
SPECIAL STUDENT RATE 50c THE ARTS THEATER CLUB
2091 E. Washington Phone 7301
Wed. & Thurs. Oct. 28 & 29
' 1 An Evening Of Sculpture
EE ART FILMS and DISCUSSION
Wed., Oct. 21, 8 P.M.
Nov. 12 AUDITORIUM A - ANGELL HALL
Membership Information: Mr. Francis E, Ross, Treasurer
MAIL ORDERS NOW id An