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Squirrels Aid Harried Daily Co-Managing Editors
By LILIAS WAGNER many which result in general con- tography staff until someone reporter," Wilson declared), writ-
Daily Special Writer fusion in the editorial offices of else showed up. ing the criticism of each paper,
When squirrels start trying out thIae.We aaigei fenfv n affe og n
as Daily photographers, things the paper. When managing edi- A page one story in the same often five and a half feet long, and
have to come to a screeching halt. tors get desperate, anything can issue netted one try-out for the holding meetings.
Fortunately for The Daily and happen, editorial staff; the picture brought Brown is in charge of person-
co-managing editors B. S. Brown The squirrels became staff out seven photographers. nel relations. He also makes up
and Craig Wilson, things halted. members by virtue of a picture * * * the editorial page and is the
Instead of squirrels, human beings run during the first week of OUTSIDE OF opening the mail, originator of pictures with the
appeared to take pictures. school, showing a three-year-old Brown and Wilson are in charge headlines for such columns as
* * * with camera and squirrels-and of cracking the whip, giving out Pointed Pen and Drew Pearson's
THIS INCIDENT is only one of advertised as The Daily's pho- assignments ("four per day per Wiahington Merry-Go-Round.
Y*.. r«.*{ ~ Wilson has refused to have his
gf picture printed with his columns.
«Wx "For obvious r.easons," Brown ob-
BROWN WILL graduate next
week in pre-med, but will return
........... fin September to take further work
in psychology. He's from Engle-
wood, N.J., while Wilson comes
from Fair Haven, Michigan, and
refuses to predict any graduation
date. "Some February" is the best
w s . le can do.
As one advantage of his job of
"getting along with people,"
+, F Brown listed his acquaintance
with the University's now-fa-
mous Cherry Queen-Ann Marie
4 sMaurer.
Brown went up to Travese City
for the Cherry Festival and not
only wrote up the story for The
Daily, but since has been corres-
ponding with the queen herself.
** *
BETWEEN THE two of them,
Wilson and Brown found just one
gripe. Brown complained, "Five
people told me one day that they
didn't get their Dailies. That's the
one thing I have nothing to do
{ a.'with!"
The two editors spend a lot of
time waiting for the mailman,
S ~however, and if he doesn't bring
them several stories written "Spe-
cial to The Daily," nobody will get
their papers.
' If the papers don't come out
one day this week, readers can
safely assume that the mailman
didn't come either, and that Wil-
CRAIG WILSON AND B. S. BRO N, DAILY CO-MANAGING EDITORS son and Brown are still sitting,
-Daily-Ray Okonski waiting for the mail.
DAILYMadison To Speak at Music U 1. iii
OFFICIAL Teachers' Refresher Course Air Scu.man,
BULLETIN Professor Thurber Madison of classes, will demonstrate his Prokofieff
the University of Indiana will be teaching techniques as part of the
the principal guest speaker at day-long Refresher Course spon- WUOM 91.7, will feature Wil-
(Continued from Page 3) the Refresher Course for String sored by the music school. ham Schuman's American Festi-
Teachers at 9 a.m. this morning * * *
The Weekly Square Dance spon- in the League ballroom. THE BUILDING of string quar- val Overture and String Quartet
sored by the Graduate Outing Madison who is widely known tets will be the topic of a talk at No. 3, the aria from Zaz cyth-
Zlub will be held on Thursday eve- for his work with beginning violin 10:30 a.m. by Professor Oliver ian Suite on Classical Concert, 7
ning, Aug. 4 at 8:00 p.m. in the ---_____ __. _- Edel, cellist of the University pa. toy.
Graduate Outing Club rooms on Stanley Quartet. m.tdy.
the ground floor of the Rackham r( STo H 0I At 1 p.m. Louis Wersen, na- Program Schedule
Building, instead of Wed., evening, a tionally known symphony con- 2:30-Band Rehearsal.
Aug. 3, as originally scheduled -r will demonstrate string 2:55-Daily Bulletin.
There is a small admission charge. F' Jance ensembles and orchestra rehear- 3:00-Campus Varieties.
Everyone welcome. _ _sal procedures. 3:30-Angell Hall Playhouse.
C Ev ns4:00-UNESCO World Review.
Events ~f3 The last square dance of the A forum discussion on "Factors 4:15-About Books.
b h in a 3uccessul Career Yours.
Classical Studies: The final cof- summer to be sponsored by the Eahcessf" will be held at 3:30 4:30-Requestfully Yours.
fee-hour of the Session will be Graduate Outing Club will be held Edcarti illnbe elude a - 5:00--Books by Radio.
held on Friday, Aug. 5, at 4:00 from 8 to 10 p.m. tonight in the p.m. Participants include Mar- 5:15-Songs of France.
p.m. in the West Conference Room Outing Club's rooms on the ground guerite Hood, Dr. Lawrence Vre 5:30-Children's Story.
floo ofthe ackam Bildng. droe, director of the Bureau of
of the Rackham Building. Profes- floor of the Rackham Building. School Services, Louis Wersen and 5:45-Musical Profiles.
sor Dunlap will speak. These rooms may be reached David Mattern. 6:00-Dinner Music.
either through the northwest en- * * * 7:00--Classical Concert.
The Sociedad Hispanica and the trance or by entering through ,the IN ADDITION to the String
Cercle Francais are to meet joint- main entrance of the Rackham Teaching Refresher Course, the Fish Stor
ly this coming Friday evening, Building and going down one music school's Vocal Music Re-
Aug. 5, it 8 o'clock, in the As- flight. fresher Course will present a full MOOSE, Wi.-Amateur fish-
sembly Hall of the Rackham 'There is a small admission program for visiting teachers. ermen buy 50 per cent of all the
Building (3rd floor). charge, but the dance is open to The featured speakers here in- fish hooks made in the United
This final meeting of the everyone in the University, ac- elude Professor Louis Diercks of States, according to local fish.
summer session will take the form cording to Edith Kovach, presi- Ohio State University and Profes-
of a social evening, and will in- dent of the group. sor Madison speaking at 10 a.m. Television Guard
elude music, entertasment and The dosy-do-ing will be led by and 1 p.m. respectively. Diercks
dancing. Refreshments are to be Dave Palmer who has been the will present his techniques in DONLAUGH, Ind. - Television
served. Everyone is cordially in- caller for the square dances all Choral Music and the Dance, may be doing guard duty in pri-
vited. summer. while Madison will talk on the son corridors before long, accord-

problems of first year teaching. ing to prison wardens.
Sociedad Hispanica: Members ________________
are cordially invited to a Fiesta; Attention, Hollywood
Assembly Hall, Rackham Build- KETTLEVILLE, Pa.-A lack of
ing, Friday, Aug. 5, at 8:00 p.m. vitamin E may cause baby chicks
Entertainment, dancing,a nd re- to turn somersaults and walk
freshments. _ backward, according to veterin-
The fifth Fresh Air Camp Clinic aries. Be The




L I G H T F O R A L A D Y --Gene Autry lights a cigar-
ette for 103-year-old Felipa Villa Gomez, featured in his newest
picture. She has 37 grandchildren and 9 great-randchildren.

T E S T D I V IN G B E L L- Otis Barton, who descended
3,028 feet in 1934, talks with Dr. Maurice Nelles, before testing
the University of Southern California Benthoscope at Long Beach.

the building course at New York's Vocatioral High School finish
a house they must build and dismantle as part of the training.

M I S S C E R M A N Y, 1 9 4 9 '-Inge Lowenstein (left)
of Stuttgart, named "Miss Germany of 1949," is greeted by Else
Eisch, "Miss Frankfurt," one of the competitors, at Bad Homburg.,

will be held at the main lodge,
Patterson Lake, Friday, Aug. 5.
Doctors Franzblau from New York
City, will be the psychiatrist and
psychologist. Any University stu-
dent interested in problems of in-
dividual and group therapy are in-
vited to attend.
To You AU!
Your cooperation and friend-
liness are deserving of praise.
We hope your sp mnner. is a{
successful one. Carry on.
Liberty near State
$ T ON A Sy
THN6 - U ,SA~t

your czar's ready
for the- trip, mister,
'Seems that many people give their
cars better treatment than them-
selves. Yes, your car is in shipshape
condition for your vacation. But how
are you going to make out on the
trip? Have you seen your doctor?
Enjoy your vacation with confi-
dence ... see your Physician for a
check-up on your physical condition!

I 1 (

fi ,rte.

Smartest Girl
In The Class
(or the office)

S U t. OT E® MOW E R S-Passengers from a KLM plane are surrounded by sheep at
B ek. faastricht, Netherlands airport. The sheep clear away more grass than the mower they replaced,


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the right clothes! We
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with young fashions
and our prices, too,
have a junior point
of view.
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in Wools, Tweeds, and
Corduroys; Soft Wool
Sweaters; in fact,
everything for your
fall wardrobe in
sizes from 7 to 15.
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