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August 04, 1950 - Image 4

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Eublic Health
ichool Has
yew Set-up
A new four-year undergradu-
e program in public health tech-
ology in the School of Public
ealth is one of several major
rrriculum innovations planned
>r the 1950-51 academic year,
iiversity officials announced yes-
The new program will lead to a
egree of bachelor of science in
iblic health. All previous courses
this field have been offered at
e graduate level.
BUILDING economics will be
troduced to the curriculum of
e School of Architecture and De-
gn - adding the social sciences
'the training of architects.
A comprehensive program on
insurance will be inaugurated by
he business school including
ourses in insurance principles,
ife insurance, life insurance ac-
eoutng, public and private re-
tirement plans, and property
and casualty insurance.
The School of Dentistry, under
e guidance of the new dean, Paul
% Jesrich, in the use of the "Air
nt" unitand the "Air-abrasive"
chnique recently developed here.
OFFERING the student wider
ild more varied fields of study,
ie new curriculum of the Liter-1
'y College will enter its second
ar with emphasis on general1
lucation rather than on special-
Specific changes are the newI
elementary courses in the de-I
iartments of botany and phil-
oophy, designed to provide a
4amiliarity with these subjectsI
o students who contemplate noF
1dvanced work.
In view of new facilities, whicht
Al include the University's newI
ortage Lake Observatory, the as-t
onomy department is expectedI
have the largest enrollment ofI
raduate students in its history.1
Ad Announces
tudent Awards I
Prof. H. F. Taggart, assistant
fan of the business school, has
pounced that 20 business ad-
Initration students have re-
ived scholarships for the 1950-51
hool year.
Eighteen of the University scho-
,rships were awarded for out-j
anding scholastic achievement.
Mrs. Al Rabe, of Sioux Falls, S.j
., was awarded the Ensign Lionel
Tachna scholarship, and an ac-
ounting scholarship was given to
Ibert Rothi of Grand Haven for
is outstanding work.
rovan To Play
Mozart in Recital1
Elaine Brovan, pianist, will pre-
nt a recital at 8:30 p.m. today
t the Architecture Auditorium.-
Bach's Partita in A minor andt
onata No. 1 by Hindemith will1
ature the 'first half of her pro-
ram. After intermission she will
resent Mozart's Sonata in D ma-l
r, K. 576 and Sonata in A mm-
, Op. 42 by Schubert.
Her recital will be open to thel
iblic. -

Car Washed
Y &

Prosecutor Allowed To Look
Into Western Union Records


Prosecutor Douglas K. Reading
was granted authority yesterday
to inspect Western Union records
for alleged gambling transactions
Derby Winner Out
Richard Marchand, the 15 year-
old who came in first in Ann Ar-
bor's Soap Box Derby last Satur-
day, was disqualified today from
competing in the finals at Akron
Aug. 13.
Gerald Long, runner-up in Sat-
urday's event, replaced Marchand
when it was discovered that he
had violated Derby rules while
gaining the victory.

by Circuit Judge James R. Break-
ey, Jr.
The Prosecutor then said he
would try to have the examination
extended so that all the telegraph
company's files throughout the
country would be subject to exam-
ination for records of betting.
He also indicated that he may
ask for a probe of Western Union
stockholders to determine whether,
as is rumored, a large block is in
the hands of gamblers.
Reading also won the right to get
statements from Earl D. Whitesell
and Ruth H. Payne, managers of
the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti of-
fices of Western Union, concern-
ing gambling transactions.






An escaped General Hospital
prisoner was cornered by Los
Angeles police soon after his car
crashed into this fire hydrant.


1/2 Yearly
continues with
Extra Special

Set forToday
A comparison of a girl to a
bridge will be in store for Radio
Workshop Drama listeners at 2:30
p.m. today over WUOM and
WKAR, East Lansing.
Presented by the speech depart-
ment under the direction of Dan
Mullen, a.former head of radio at
Tulane University, the drama will
deal with a young boy who becomes
neurotic, mixing up a girl and
a bridge in his mind.
The dilemma becomes so insol-
uble in his mind that he developes
neurosis in thinking it over. And
then, with the final ironic twist,
he realizes the old truism, this is
life. Bang, his neuroses disap-
pear, and Love comes' out the vic-
This triumph was written by
James Moise and will be enacted
by radio students in the speech de-
Speech Group
Lectures Start
Meeting at. the Rackham Am-
phitheater 'today and tomorrow
will be 'the Summer Speech Con-
Today at 9 a.m. Prof. Claribel
Baird of the speech department
will talk on "Impressions on Learn-
At 10 a.m. Ira J. Hirsh of Har-
vard University will speak on "Psy-
chology in the Speech Sciences."
A demonstration debate on the
topic, "Resolved, that the Ameri-
can People Should Reject the Wel-
fare State," will be held at 11 a.m.
In the afternoon, Dina Rees
Evans, director of Cain Park The-
atre in Cleveland, will talk on "A
City Operates a Theatre," at 1:30
Edward Stasheff, of television
station WNYE in New York, will
lecture on "Building a Television
Program" at 2:30.
A reception will be held at 4
p.m. in Rackham, where all of the
lectures will take place.

Guggenheim, 75, of Chicago, dusts off model of a cathedral he built
60 years ago. The structure, of holly wood. took a year to build.

MOTH ER L E N D S A HAND - oris Day, being
costumed for a number in her new picture, "The West Point
Story," receives hand from mother, Mrs. Alma Day, in Hollywood.

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of Summer
Sizes 9-15, 10-44,
12% to 24
You can't afford to miss
this amazing Sale of Dress
Perfections for now thru the
rest of summer and late fall
at tiny prices -- many re-
duced way below half price.
HURRY IN for these unusual'sav-
ings on cottons-prints--solid
3 groups
5.00 10.00 12.50
originally 35.00
(Evening and dinner dresses included
in the 10.00 and 12.50 groups)

AWED BY A GODDESS- A youngster examines
a giant head of goddess Juno in the former Berlin State Museum
which again is making casts of famous statues for the world.

VIENNA LIGHTS UP-The exterior of the City
Hall, in Vienna, Austria, is floodlighted before thousands throng-
i. the square during a week-long Workers Sports Festival,

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ROYAL PRESENTATION - Queen Elizabeth of
England presents new colors to the Royal Irish Fusilliers at formal;
ceremonies during her recent visit to Northern Irelad.

R A C 1 N G F A M I L Y - Peewee Long, Oklahoma City
midget and stock car driver, has an attractive assistant in his wife,
Jane. who helps make repairs on his car to keep it in racing trim.


Perma-lIft trims a junior figure
in nylon net Lastex
Neat, slim lines for the junior figure, Perma-lift flat-
tens the tummy, trims the derriere, keeps the figure
sleek and smooth. White nylon net Lastex; sizes
24 to 30.

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White cotton broadcloth bra 2.50
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George N. Schuster (above), of
Stamford. Conn.. was recently


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