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Long Explains Nazi-Soviet Talks

"In staging the recent Hitler-
Molotoff conversations, German of-
ficials were dominated by a desire
to 'determine specific points of Rus-
sian foreign policy, especially the
Soviet Union's attitude on a possible
Nazi move against the Straits between
the Black and the Aegean Seas,"
Prof. Dwight C. Long of the history
department asserted in an interview
"Naturally Russia wants to retain
its control of the Straits, but she
might agree to a policy of joint man-
agement with Germany. The latter
development is quite possible, consid-
ering that Russian foreign policy

Is always realistic and respects Ger-
many military might."
Professor Long pointed out that
Russia by consenting to hold the
conversations with the Nazis was
simply attempting to stave off a
German "embrace" and was by'sim-
plication recognizing the necessity
of "playing ball" with the Germans
for the present.
"But neither the Allies nor the
Axis powers can depend absolutely
on a consistent Russian foreign potly
of aid, for the Soviet Union can be
expected to size up each particular
international situation and act ac-
cording to her own self-interest"


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Killins Gravel Company. Phone
7112. 5c
LOST-Black leather billfold on
Maynard near East Liberty. Re-
turn to A. Bobrowsky, 520 E. Wil-
liam. Reward. 111
LOST-Blue sweater with Intra-
mural monogram on South Ferry
Field Thursday afternoon. Re-
ward. Bill Kelly, Phone 7211. 113
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 3c
dent rates. Moe Laundry, 226
South First St. Phone 3916. loc
Price List
(All articles washed and ironed)
607 Hoover Phone 5594
Free pickups and deliveries
Undershirts .................04
Pajama Suits .............. .10
Socks, pair...................03
Han dkerchiefs ...............02
Bath Towels.. ... ..... .03
All Work Guaranteed
Also special prices on Coeds'
laundries. All bundles done sep-
arately. No markings. Silks,
woolq are our specialty.
Read The Daily Classifieds

TYPEWRITER for rent. Month or
semester. Cheap. 402 W. Liberty.
Phone 4619. 110
MAKER of gowns, suits and coats.
Remodeling a specialty. All work
guaranteed. Phone 3468. ' 18c
ALTERATIONS and dressmaking -
Reasonable. Mrs. G. Sturgis, 1508
Geddes. Phone 2-4296. 109
MIMEOGRAPHING-Thesis binding.
Brumfield and Brumfield, 308 So.
State. 19c
USED CLOTHING-bought and sold.
Claude H. Brown, 512 S. Main St.
Phone 2-2756. 17c
SEWING-Alterations on coats and
dresses. Relining and household
mending. Phone 2-2678. Opposite
Stockwell Hall. 87
sheets, 100 envelopes, printed with
your name and acidress-$1.00.
Craft Press, 305 Maynard St. 12c
TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen,
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or
2-1416. 14c
VIOLA STEIN - Experienced ' legal
typist, also mimeographing. Notary
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Youth Leader
Will Address
Scout Fraternity Advisers
To Be Featured Guests
At Initiation Ceremony
H. Roe Bartle, internationally
known youth movement executive,
and national president of Alpha Phi
Omega, service fraternity for the past
10 years, will be the featured speaker
at the initiation banquet of the local
chapter of the fraternity at 5:30 p.m.
today in the Union Ballroom.
Faculty advisers of the fraternity
to be featured guests at the initiation
and installation ceremonies are Ira
M. Smith, registrar, senior faculty ad-
viser; Dean of Students Joseph Bur-
sley; Shirley W. Smith, vice-presi-
dent; Fielding H. Yost, director of
athletics; Dr. Lee 0. Case, of the
chemistry department; Dr. Avard
Fairbanks, of the Institute of Fine
Arts; Prof. Ferdinand N. Menefee,j
of the engineering college; Kenieth
Morgan, director of the SRA; and
Walter MacPeek, local Scout execu-
tive. Scout executives ofsouthern
Michigan will attend the ceremonies.
Following the banquet, 26 members
of the local chapter of Alpha Phi
Omega, noted for its services such as
its "Use-the-Walks" campaign last
year, will be inducted into active
membership by degree teams from
chapters at Michigan State College
and Western State Teachers Col-
Vice-president Shirley W. Smith
will be inducted as an honorary mem-
Congress Discount
Cards To Be Sold-
Substantial savings on laundry,
dry cleaning and shoe repairing will
be available to every man and wo-
man on the Michigan campus next
week, when Congress, Independent
Men's Association, issues its new
Discourt cards.
These cards, which will sell for
25 cents each, will entitle the bearer
to a 25 percent discount on all one
dollar cleaning and pressing, a 10
percent discount on all 59 cent clean-
ing and pressing, and a 10 precent
discount on all laundry and shoe
The cards may be purchased next
week in Congress' office, Room 306
in the Union.


Named To Labor Board

President Roosevelt Nov. 15 nom-
inated Harry A. Millis (above),
Chicago educator and economist,
to a five-year term on the Na-
tional Labor Relations Board, tak-
ing the place vacated by, Chair-
man J. Warden Madden.

Hackett, Kollen Freshmen Plan Coun(il Of War
To Be Featured "We heard that those sophs were According to Jack Stover, '42, of
apretty tough bunch of babies," one the Interfratern ity Council, weho has
In 2nd oncert of tleaers of the Class of '44 said beeaappsointed to serve as adviser,
yesterday, "and we've decided to hold the sophs are really confident of vic-
another meeting at 7:30 p.m. to- tory. They feel that they are huskier
Faculty Will Hear Initial morrow in the Natural Science Au- than they were last year, he said,
sc Recital " LT e ditorium to get more ideas for 'Black and better organized as a group to
uic ecitalOfLittleFriday'." down the frosh forces.
Symphony Orchestra "You see," he continued, "the boys Adviser to the freshman class, Bob
of '43 whipped the guys who are jun- Samuels, '42, of the Union staff. is
With Prof. Arthur Hackett, tenor, iors now pretty bad last year and also optimistic about the results.
and John Kollen. pianist, as soloists we don't want them beating us up Said he. "we're not as strong phy-
and Prof. Joseph Brinkman, pianist, next Friday. We've formed a Com- sically and we don't know one an-
as accompanist, the School of Music mittee of Five to make arrangements other very well yet but we have the
will present its second Faculty Con- and we want all of the frosh to be spirit to carry us on to victory."
cert of the year at 4:15 p.m. today around tomorrow to hear what they "The Saturday," traditional time
in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. have to say about our plans." of frosh-soph games following "Black
Scheduled to be heard on the pro- The sophomores have not as yet Friday." will not be held this year
gram are four evening songs by San- scheduled a second meeting but because of the poor turnout last fall.
toliquido, and "Belli Bellina" and groups of last year's victorious war- Friday's battle will thus serve as the
"Cardellina" by Recli. which will be riors have been in close contact with sole judge of the superiority of either
sung by Professor Hackett, and com- one another in mapping out a plan the neophytes or the "College one-
positions by Mozart, Chopin and De- of attack. year-olds."
bussy to be played by Mr. Kollen.
At 4:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre the Little Sym- SHOWS TODAY at 1-3 5-7-9 P.M.
phony Orchestra, which consists of 15
students and faculty members of the AllSeats 40cl.iTax
Music School, will give their first re- NOW PLAYING!
cital under the direction of Prof. Thor
The concert will open with Mozart's
"Symphony in A major, No. 29 (K. A THOUSAND LOVE THRILLS...JUNGLE THRILLS!
201)" and will continue with three
orchestral trancriptions by Debussy-
McArtor, Lekeu's "Adagio, Op. 3, 'Les
Fleurs pales du souvenir'," Strawin- Robert Preston
sky's "suite for Small Orchestra" and -
Rossini's "Overture to 'Tancredi'." Preston Foster
The Little Symphony was organized
in 1934 by a group of 16 assistants
in instrumental instruction for the
double purpose of gaining experi-
ence in professional concertizing and
acquainting the musical pulic with
the work of young American artists.
O. Wednesday Prof. Palmer Chris-
tian will present his ws&cly organ re-
cital at 4:15 p.m. in Hill Auditorium ®-v-.NOGD
aric. Professor Brinkman will offer a
Faculty Concert at k3:30 p.m. in the DirectedbAN
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. LOI
The latter progra.n will comprise
Beethoven's "Andante Favori,"'r
Franck's "Prelude, Chorale and Fu- Extra Added
gue," Mozart's "Sonata (K.V. 310), INFORMATION SPORTLIGHT WORLD
Pattison's "The Clown" and "Morn-
ing Song on the Arno," Poulenc's PLEASE CARTOON NEWS
"Pastorale." Tchrepnine's "Danse" Coming
and "Prelude, Op. 32. No. 15" by Thanksgiving!ANN SOT H E RN "DU LCY"

Varied Talks
Will Highlight
Church Activity
Kenneth Morgan To Open
Disciples Guild Series
Of Religious Synposia
Speakers and discussions prove toj
be the center of activities today in
the student groups of the neighbor-
hood churches.
Gilbert Anderson, active in social
work with underprivileged children
in Ann Arbor, will lead the Student
Fellowship of the First'- Congrega-
tional Church in a discussion on
"Missions on Main Street" at 7 p.m.
The students of the Wesie an Guild
will once again divide into their
three discussion groups at 6 tonight
to continue their study of "Religious
Beliefs," led by Dr. Brashares and
Jean Westerman, '42; "Christian
Worship," led by Mildred Sweet and
Margery Mellott, '43; and "Social
Action," led by Prof. Wesley Maurer
of the journalism department and
Charles Hauschild, '42.
-Leech To Talk
A talk by The Rev. Frederick W.
Leech, assistant minister, at 7 p.m.
this evening on "Social Conscious-
ness 60-300 A.D." will occupy the
student members of St. Andrew's
Episcopal Church. The evening will
be completed with games and re-
Discussion of the National Luther-
an Student Association theme, "Thy
Kingdom Come," which is adopted
by the Student Convention each sum-
mer, will begin at 6:45 p.m. today
in the Zion Lutheran Parish Hall
for members of the Lutheran Stu-
dent Association.
Lecture On India
A talk on a missionary's experi-
ences among the robber caste of In-
dia will be delivered by D. S. D.
Bawden who has just rturned from
India before the Roger William Guild
of the First Baptist Church at 6:30
p.m. tonight.
At 6:30 p.m. today Kenneth Mor-
gan of the SRA will open the dis-
cussion of "Personal Religious Liv-
ing" which is to be the subject dur-
ing the next three weeks for the
Guild Sunday Evening Hour.

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He told the wide world he was her
husband ... but he wasn't!
He brought his trunks ... and moved
right in
It's a fistful of fun ... when he teaches
her ... the happily scrappy way... that
no gal is half dressed ... while er third
finger, left hand is naked.'f
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