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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Be Heard

DAILY

COLLEGE ROUNDUP

OFFICIAL

Scrooge

means
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but it seems there
a more convincing
the late Lionel Bar,
annual radio drama-
arrymore is dead, he
again in his familiar
on CBS radio.

By SELMA SAWAYA
GETT'YSBURG - The newly-
installed, honor system at Gettys-
burg College will cover all exami-
nations, term papers, reports, lab-
oratory work and all homework,
according to a report by the col-
lege's Honor Commission.
No proctoring by faculty will ex-
ist unless it is necessary for their
presence, as fn the case of lan-
guage orals or laboratory prac-
ticals. Professors will make them-
selves available for questions at
the beginning of the examinations
and inform the class where they
may be reached during the re-
mainder of the examination.
The Commission also suggested,
the professor retire to his office
if it is in the same building. If it
is not, he may remain in the test-
ing room with the permission of
the class.%
The student, under the honor
system, is obligated to be honor-
able himself and to report any
student he observes abusing the
code.
The honor system passed in an
election last spring with a record
turnout' of 1,102 voters fron\ an
enrollment of 1,355 students.
* * *

was associ-
on most of
roadcasts of

states, in effect, that if a student
drives or owns a car, he must have
it registered and buy a sticker.
.The price of the sticker is $15,
and judging from the many let-
ters to the Michigan State editors,
the students consider the driving
privilege not worth the price.
The MSU administration says
the $15 is paid for the privilege
of driving and parking on campus,
whether you drive on campus or
not, just as the part of your tui-
tion which goes to the athletic de-
partment entitles you to see the
games, whether you go or not.
The fee is used only for building
and maintaining parking' and
U.S. General
Likes Santa
WASHINGTON (R)-Gen. Max-
well Taylor wants everybody to be
sure of one thing this year - he
is "100 per cent behind Santa
Claus:"
The Army chief of staff grinned
yesterday at some ribbing ques-
tions 'at a National Press Club
luncheon. They were inspired by
his directive before Christmas lastj
year discouraging the exchange of
Christmas cards .among officers
in the Pentagon.
He said then his chief aim was
to avoid burdening the Pentagon
mail system.
"Now I want this understood -
I am 100 per cent behind Santa
Claus. I am for him every min-
ute. But if any Army officer in
the Pentagon sends me a Christ-
ias card, he is going to have to
justify it to me."

driving facilities, the administra-
tion. has said. They also receive
extra revenue in the form of fines
which they collect from students
who drive without the identifying
sticker.
One particular student at MSU,
Sterling Powell, was fined $25 for
possessing an unregistered car in
the vicinity of East Lansing. Like
many others, Powell is appealing
fine, but he has slightly different
reasons: 1) He doesn't own a car.
2)His father's car hasn't run for
the last six months, and is 100'
miles from campus, anyway. 3)
His brother owns a car, but that's
at Central Michigan College. 4)
Neither Sterling, father, or broth-
er, have driven within the East
Lansing vicinity since the start of
the fall term.
According to the MSU News,
Sterling may "beat the rap."

Li

BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)

tions open, one for a man to work in
Ohio and one in Pittsburgh area. Must
have a technical background and a
minimum of two years of experience in
Sales.
Dayton Rubber Co.. Dayton, Ohio has
an opening for a Mech. E. to work as
Power Engr. Prefer a man with five
years of experience in any phase of en-
gineering associated with steam gener-
ation.
Corning Glass Works, Corning, N.Y.
is interested in Inid. E., Ceramic E.,'
Chem. E., Sales E., Chemists, Glass
Technologists, Physicists, and BusAd
and LS&A men for Sales.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, Ext. 3371, 3528
Admin.

erick Krivis, Chemistry; thesis: "Stud-
les on the Nature of Voltammetric
Electrode Processes," .Sat., Dec. 21, 3543
Chemistry Bldg., at 10:00 a.m. Chair-
man, P. J. Elving.

MUSIC SHOES

for the Finest in Recorded

Placemen
Personnel Requests:
Armour Research F
go, Ill. needs Phys
clans, Chemists and
are some positions al
Ad for administratio
The American Su
New York, Chicago,
terested in Chem. E.,
trial E. for Processin
ling, Design. Cost At
opment. There is
Trainees also.
Douglas Fir Plywo'
Washington has two

aiJ. - v-- -. -
it if there is one role
e to be remembered
of Ebenezer Scrooge."
began performing "A
arol" for radio audi-
and preferred, to do
i year.

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Foundation, Chica-
icists, Mathemati-
Engineers. There
so for men in Bus-
n. and accounting.
gar Refining Co.,
New Orleans is in-
Mech. and Indus-
g, Materials Hand-
nalysis, and Devel-
a need for Sales
od Assoc., Tacoma
Promotional posi-.
LE-TO OUR FRIEN
WE EXTEND EVERY GO
FOR A HEALTHY, HAP
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EAST LANSING - Although
the students in Ann Arbor may
feel they have grievances against
the driving regulations and their
V. and Mrs. attendant misery, students at the
t thei big- Michigan State University of Ag-
riculture and Applied Science are
state em- having their troubles, too.
milies ex- According to the Michigan State
etings with News, the administration is meet-
wife at an ing a great deal of resistance 'in
in the ex- enforcing its "Student Motor Ve-
hicle Regulation No. 10," which,

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COCKTAILS and DINNERS
CATERING TO UNIVERSITY PEOPLE
SINCE 1920
Three Miles East of Ypsi on Michigan Ave.
Closed Sunday

Weekend
Planning a party? We acm
groups of ten to thirty - with food and appoin
to the most exacting taste. There's a wide cho
menus, efficient service, and personal assistance
details. May we give you co
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Fine Salads &

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DINNERS

COCKTATLS
Speeializing in ITALIAN DINNERS
BANQUET ROOM AVAILABLE'
Sunday Dinners Noon to 10 P.M.
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*Prime Steak
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Orders to carry out

FINEST

GET YOUR PARTY AND
COME ON DOWN!
Serving Ann Arbor's Finest Selection
off Imported & Domestic :beers - Wi'nes and Chamtpagne
SUGAR iOWL
109 S. Main Stree

Our chefs are ready to prepare.
3 fthe most delicious food for your
fj enjoyment.
Youa will be served the finest in
Cantonese and
American Food
Take-out Orders anytime '
O loedLEO PING ~
ClosedtMonday 118 WEST LIBERTY NO 2-5624
Due to Self-Service, we 'offer
theSupper Tme Spcial
~ebetween 5-9 P .M&

2045 PACKARD
Catering at Your Home or Hall

NO
Henry T i

THOMPSON'S RESTAURI
offers you a taste treat
of atraditional
Italian dish

FAMOUS FOR ROAST BEEF
Serving your favorite Beer, Wines and Champagi
Pizza Pie Served After 8:00 P.
Open From' 1I A.M. to 11 P1

For A Delicious Dinner

1

in Ann Arbor

Dine at WEBER'S

FAMOUS FROM COASTTOCOAST
Newest, Most Modern Cocktail Lounge
In Washtenaw and Wayne County
SEVEN SEAS'
RESTAU RANT
1435 E. Michigan -- Ypsilanti - Phone IU 3-2840

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Fresh Mushroom Sauce
Baked Potato
Topped with Butter
Choice of Salad and Dressing
2 Rolls and Butter

will be served daily in
"THE DUCHESS ROOM"
from 11 A.M. to 1 A.M.
Expertly prepared by our special pizza pie maker

Delleous
STEAK, CHICKEN,
SEAFOOD
DINNERS

Your Favorite
DBER, WINE,
and
CHAMPAGNE

$144 :...,

baked in new modern ovens to give you
the "best tasting pizza in town."

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