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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TI4URSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, !9514

PAGE EXOJI? THE MICHIGAN flAILY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 195k

Expect'10 Per Cent Rise
In Freshman Enrollment

Look for 3,000 freshmen on.
campus next fall.
According to University admis-
sions office officials, a ten per
cent increase over the 2,736 fresh-
nien who enrolled last September
is expected.
Assistant Director of Admissions
Gayle C. Wilson reports one half
of next year's class has already
been admitted. High School stu-
dents can apply for admittance
any time after their junior year.
There is no enrollment quota,
according to Wilson, and qualified
students are admitted as long as
it is practical and accommoda-
tions can be found.
About one fourth of students ad-
mitted decide later not. to, go to
college or go elsewhere, Wilson
said.,
Out of state residents will com-
prise about one third of the 3,000
freshmen expected next fall. A
one to three ratio of admittance
is set for out of staters, Wilson
said, and it generally works out

that way without manipulation.
Admissions officials report a
peak of applications at the pre-
sent time.
Advertising Tests
Open to Students
The American Association of
Advertising Agencies is sponsoring
aptitude tests for students who
wish to enter the advertising busi-
ness.
According to Richard J. Far-
ricker, chairman of the Groups
Examinations Committee for
Michigan, "More than 75% of
those showing high aptitudes for
the various branches of advertis-
ing have found places
Eligible to take the aptitude
tests are college seniors, graduate
students and those working in ad-
vertising and allied fields from 19
to 25 years old. Test applications.
must be in by Saturday.

Law Plays
Vital Role
In Industry
As business expands, lawyers are
playing larger and larger roles in
industry, according to Walton H.
Hamilton, Washington, D.C., at-
torney.
Yesterday, in the first of five
talks scheduled in the William W.
Cook lecture series, Walton con-
trasted 19th century laissez faire
with present conditions.
He feels that there is a ten-
dency now toward political, or or-
ganizational, control of industry
as opposed to earlier leanings
Most of his introductory lecture
was spent in acquainting himself
and his plans with the audience,
and he said that he intended in
his talks to present problems and
provoke thought
Four more lectures are schedul-
ed. At 4 p.m. today in Rm. 100
Hutchins Hall, Hamilton will dis-
cuss "Revolution and Counter-
Revolution.

Professor William Stewart Cor-
nyn of Yale University will speak
on "Responsibility in South East
Asia," today at 4:15 p.m. in Audi-
torium A, Angell Hall
Prof. Cornyn received his bache-
lor's degree at the University of
California at Los Angeles and his
master's and doctor of philosophy
degrees from Yale University
where he is now a professor of
Burmese and Slavic languages.
Besides writing several books,
Prof. Cornyn has served as a gov-
ernment consultant
The Yale professor will also
speak to the Linguistic Club to-
night on "Jingpaw Verbal Struc-
ture" at 8 p.m. in the East Con-
ference room of the Rackham
Building.
*- * *
Prof. Dow V. Baxter of the for-
estry department will give a mo-
tion picture lecture at 8 p.m. to-
day in the Rackham Amphithe-
ater.
Entitled "Icelandic Saga," it is
in part the same lecture given be-

fore the Explorers Club in New
York City this year where it was
described as "A presentation com-
pletely new, enchanting and en-
tertaining."
The lecture is sponsored by the
Foresters' Club. The public is in-
vited, and admission is free.
* * *
Beta Alpha Psi, honorary and
professional accounting fraternity
from the University's Graduate
School of Business, will tour
through Argus Camera, Inc., to-
day.
The tour has been arranged by
David Merriman, President of the
Ann Arbor Chapter of the Na-
tional Association of Cost Ac-
countants.
* * *
American Foundry Society will
meet 7:30 p.m. today in 3210 East
Engineering Bldg.
Speakers will include Charles
Esgar of the Foundry Education-
al Foundation of Cleveland and
C. W. Schwartz, technical direc-
tor of a Whitehall, Mich., firm.

By BOB JONES
A recent spot-check of the Mich-
igan campus has revealed beer as
champion in the age-old univer-
sity conflict, books vs. booze.
Figures compiled from a quick
check of the General Library
study-hall and a local drinking
spot show a startling .6 gap be-
tween the averages of students
quizzed at the two places. The
disparity was in favor of the drink-
ers.
The pub-dwellers recorded a
sharp 3.1 average, while their
more studious counterparts regis-
tered a 2.506. The library students
questioned usually spent from
three to five nights a week in the
study hall .Most of them preferred
the library to other places because
of its "better research facilities,"
and greater abundance of "quiet."
Cynical grins and muffled
belches were the customary re-
plies of drinkers when queried as
to the reason for their scholastic
success.
But one balding, paunched and

CAMPUS CALENDAR

As the evening wore along, the
beer-guzzlers, having celebrated
amply and liquidly, became more
loquacious. "We're older, there-
fore we're wiser," some said. Oth-
ers attributed their triumph to the
difference in altitude between
campus and downtown. They felt
that the increased air-pressure
conditioned them to cool-headed
behaviour under the pressure of
blue-books.
As the Romans said, in vino
veritas.
IHC To Discuss
Chicago House
During the Inter-House Coun-
cil meeting at 7:30 p.m. today in
West Quadrangle the question of
future use of Chicago House. will
be discussed.
Debate will probably center on
turning the house back to a men's
residence, according to Stan Levy,
'55, IHC president.

'IN VINO VERITAS':
Boozers' Grades Top Bookworms'

--Dally-Lynn Wallas
UNIVERSAL SOLVENT?
swaying senior, more garrulous
than his fellows, made this com-
ment: "Intelligence is directly
proportional to irregularity. The
best way to treat a tough course is
with insolence."

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Tocanini plays Beethoven's
Ninth Symphony 'Choral'
with Robert Shaw Chorale
wos $11.90 ... NOW $7.98
on RCA VICTOR RECORDS
at
THE MUSIC CENTER
Used T.V.--$50 and up
Complete G.E. line of TV and Radios
Sales and Service
OPEN TILL 8 P.M.
IDEAL RADIO
1521 Miller... Phone NO 2-3660

TESTING THE VALUE OF THIS ADVERTISEMENT
We are offering
Leather Watch Bands
at '/2 price
for three days only--Thurs., Fri. and Sat., Feb. 24-26
Boar Leather, Cardovan Leather, Snake, Alligator,
Calf-Suede, Pig, Walrus, Lizzard, Goat, Nylon and
many others.
HALLERS JEWELERS
717 North University, Near Hill Auditorium

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SPECIAL!
NEXT WEEK ONLY FEB. 28 -MARCH 5

TROUSERS
Cleaned & Pressed

39c

STAR CLEANERS
1213 South University
2-HOUR SERVICE ON REQUEST

REFERENCE BOOK
SALE
ALL SUBJECTS
Thousands at 19c and up
Ulrich's Bookstore
Opposite Engineering Arch

Cotton String Gloves
$1.39
Fresh cotton string gloves in white or beige.
Small, Medium, or Large
reg. $2.00 value
JACOBSONS

ALL-WOOL SLACKS
Regularly $14.95 - $16.95 and $18.95
$388
now
SIZES 27 - 42
Ann Arbor Clothing
113 South Main Street
Original Cast Show Albums.

FLASH BULBS
Press 25
regular $1.30 ... now 10 for 97c
Purchase Camera Shop
1116 South University
PURCHASE FROM "PURCHASE"
NEW LOW PRICES
on LONDON RECORDS
MAHLER: DAS LIED VON DER ERDE
with Bruno Walter and Kathleen Ferrier
was 11.90 ... NOW 7.98
GILBERT & SULLIVAN: MIKADO
D'oyly Carte Co. with Martyn Green
was 11.90 ....NOW 9.98
at
THE MUSIC CENTER

SPECIAL PURCHASE!
Leather Trimmed All-Weather Coat
$15 reg. $25 value
Wonderful savings are yours on this water-repellent,
soft rayon flannel all-weather coat. Charcoal and Brown.
Sizes 8 to 14.
SPORT SHOP
JACOBSONS
Announcing our
NEW FOUNTAIN
Special:
Chocolate Sundae 1
WIKEL'S
Across from Engine Arch
WE DELIVER TWICE DAILY

BOOK SALE

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® Fiction
* Non Fiction
* References

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up

Overbeck Bookstore
1216 South University

GADGET BAGS
Sale on all sizes and kinds,
leather, etc.
'OFF
THE QUARRY

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:nny BOY FRIEND New Facs
BRIGADOON
Me and Juliet Peter Pan
were $5.95. .. now $4.98

,es

CLEARANCE SALE
$2.50 only
Wool Sweaters
Orlon Sweaters
. Wool Jersey Blouses
COUSINS
307 South State

on RCA VICTOR RECORDS
at
THE MUSIC CENTER

1954 Rolleiflex - New
Tessar f/3.5 lens
Reg. $239.00 . . . Sale $179.50
THE QUARRY
1954 Rolleicord -New

YARNCRAFT SHOP

Phone NO 2-0303

10 Nickels Arcade

full line of knitting supplies - bogs
knee high sok poks and patterns
men's tie knits - sok driers
Woolite, the wonder soap for wools
TOWN SHOES

SPECIAL!
Purse Style Manicure Set
with cuticle scissors - tweezers
and three other fittings in a purse style.
.Was $1.00 . .79c
WILKINSON'S
327 South Main
75 Better Dresses

A Full Pint Regular Milk
with a
SUPER HAMBURGER
BEST ON CAMPUS
45c
UNIVERSITY DRUG
1225 South University
All Work Done
on the Premises
Our newly installed Detrex Machines
allow us to personally .supervise
every garment that we cleans
STAR CLEANERS
1213 South University

MARIO LANZA sings

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