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"Big Brother' Attitude Toward
South America Condemned

guese and prepared its salesmen for
work in South America."
Interested students should study
Portuguese as well as Spanish before
traveling to Latin America, Dr.
Thompson asserted.
Movies Injurious
"The single thing that injures our
prestige most in South America is
the American movie, due to its usual
low moral standards," Dr. Thompson
Absent from the University faculty
for some twenty years, Dr. Thomp-
son has returned to organize the ex-
panding University Portuguese pro-.
gram. Dr. Thompson received his
master's degree from Michigan in
1924 and his Ph.D. from the Univer-
sity of Brazil.
IRA Will Hold
Election Meeting
Toda(1.y in Union
Plans for Semester
To Be Formulated
The Inter-Racial Association will
elect officers and make plans for the
^oming semester at 7:30 p.m. today
tn the Union.
"It is the purpose of this associa-
tion," according to Herbert Otto,
president, "to promote racial unity,
ielp eliminate the sources and causes
,f inter-racial friction and discrimi-
nation and thus promote the con-
,rete realization of a living democ-
In the past IRA has sponsored lec-
tures, surveys and polls, to promote
racial unity. During the past year its
activities have included a survey of
:acial discrimination in Ann Arbor
barber shops, a committee to investi-
gate the problem of racial injustice in
he South, and a series of lectures on
the techniques for eliminating racial
iiscrimination in the community.
Featured speakers were Claudia
Jones, former editor of "Spotlight"
.nagazine; the Rev. Claude Williams,
of the People's Institute of Applied
Religion; Frank Marquard, educa-
tional director of a local UAW-CIO
union; Robert Hayden of the English
department; and Albert K. Stevens of
the University Extension Service.
The meeting is open to the public.
All-Nations Club ToC
Hold First Meeting
ANCUM, the All-Nations Club of
the University of Michigan, will hold
an organizational meeting at 7:15
p.m. tomorrow in the International
Officers for the fall term will be
nominated, and a social hour will
follow. All students, American or
foreign, interested in joining the or-
ganization are invited to attend the
As its first activity of the fall term
ANCUM is sponsoring a tea dance
from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday at the Inter-
national Center. The club will also
resume its regular Wednesday eve-
ning record concerts, held weekly at
8 p.m., in the International Center.
Buy Victory Bonds!

rome Kern, 60 (above), composer
of popular songs, suffered a heart
attack, in New York. Doctors said
his conditiin was serious.
Veteran's CliniC
Granted Sum
Allocation of $40,350 for the opera-
tion of a veteran's readjustment cent-
er in the University's Neuropsychiat-
ric institute for the next six months
until the new veteran's psychiatric
clinic is built, was announced yester-
day in Lansing by the State adminis-
trative board.
An overall total of $55,100 was al-
loted for the various parts of the
state's psychiatric program.
. Other board allocations included a
grant of $141,000 to be used for the
construction of a reservoir, water
mains and pumping station at the
Ypsilanti State Hospital.

Book Exchange,
To End Sales
For Semester
Group Takes in $900
Since October Opening
The Student Book Exchange sales
room will close at 5 p.m. today, ac-
cording to a decision made by the
executive board at a meeting yester-
day at the Exchange store in the
The decision to close the store was
made since the board deemed the
present sale of books insufficient to
warrant an additional sales period.
The store will be open this afternoon
from 12:30 p.m. till the 5 p.m. closing
$900 in Sales
Since the Exchange store opened
October 29 over $900 in sales have
been made. "Our success this term
in selling texts for students, who
wished to dispose of their used books
is a credit to the student body as a
whole," declared Wayne Saari, presi-
dent of the organization.
The extent of the activities of the
Exchange was limited this term be-
cause of the small number of students
on campus when the organization was
founded during the Summer Term.
The Exchange intends to reopen next
term with a large supply of texts
ready for sale.
Membership Meeting
A general membership meeting, at
which reports of this term's work will
be given and plans for next term
started, will be held next Tuesday
night. Time and place of the meeting
will be announced tomorrow.
Saari points out that "It is vital for
all members to attend this meeting so
that we can complete the eligibility
sheets necessary in order to have the
Exchange rebognized as a student or-

Free Industrial
Training T o Be
Offered Vets
Haien Will Establish
Business School Here
LANSING, Nov. 6-UP)-State ap-
proval was virtually assured today for
a veterans' industrial i n s t i t u t e
through which John Haien, of Ann
Arbor, has offered to provide free
training in industrial management
for ambitious discharged servicemen.
After a conference today with
Haien and Lieut. Col. Philip C. Pack,
director of the State Office of Vet-
erans Affairs, Dr. Eugene B. Elliott,
State Superintendent of Public In-
struction, declared Haien would apply
for licensing as a training institute
and then would be approved as a vet-
erans' school under the Federal G.I.
Bill of Rights.
Pack said Haien's school would be
known as the "Beacon Institute,"
would admit only veterans, would
cost the state nothing, and planned
to handle a group of 50 students each
month for a six months course. No
educational prerequisites will be re-
quired, he said.
Describing the plan as "one of the
most important and generous things
ever to come to us," Pack said Haien
has started building the institute in
Ann Arbor with the aid of business
associates. He said instruction would
be offered in industrial management,
sales, corporation organization, fi-
nance, laboratory methods and simi-
lar subjects to outfit men for jobs in
management and supervisory classes.
Official Rings
Are Authrized
After many years, the University of
Michigan has an official ring which
students can purchase and feel sure
that wherever they wear it, they will
be recognized as students of Michi-
The ring, which has been copy-
righted by the Board of Directors of
the Alumni Association, will be sold
at various authorized jewelers.
The men's ring will differ from that
of the women's. They will be larger
and will have the entrance to the Un-
ion printed on one side whereas the
women's ring will show the entrance
to the League. The rings, which are
not yet ready for release, will be ob-
tainable in sterling siler, gold signet,
black onyx and blue spinel stone.
Rabbi Cohen To Speak
A discussion of the history, signifi-
cance and origin of the prayers found
in the Friday night service will be
presented at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the
Hillel Foundation by Rabbi Jehudah
M. Cohen.

WAA To Interview
Interviewing for the office of treas-
urer of the Women's Athletic Associ-
ation will be held from 4 p.m. to
5:30 p.m. today and Friday on tht
second floor of the WAB.
Coeds are asked to sign for inter-
views onthe WAA bulletin board in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League and to bring their petitions to
the interview.
The duties of the treasurer are
keeping records of WAA funds and
purchases. She is also responsible for
making out the budget.
* * *
Panitel Petitions Due
Petitions for general chairman and
the chairman of program, publicity,
patron and finance committees for
Panhellenic Night, which will be
given in December, are due at 5 p.m.
today in the Undergraduate Office in
the League.
Interviewing will be held from
3 p.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow and Friday
in the Kalamazoo Room fi the
League. There will be a sign-up sheet
for interviews dutside the room.
Dance Leader Wanted


Petitions Due Saturday
Petitions for a senior member posi-
tion on Judiciary Council, for the
chairmanship of the Merit-Tutorial
committee, and for the costume
chairman and assistant director for
JG Play are due by noon Saturday in
the Undergraduate Office of the
Candidates for the senior judiciary
position must be independent women;
unaffiliated transfers are especially
urged to petition.
Interviewing for the judiciary and
the merit-tutorial posts will be from
2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday and Tuesday
in the League. Coeds must be pre-
pared to hand in the names of a
housemother, professor and two up-
perclassmen as references.
Interviewing for the JG Play posts
will be from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednes-
day, Nov. 14 and Friday, Nov. 16.
Petitions for the above positions
may be obtained in the Social Direc-
tor's Office in the League. Coeds are
asked to sign for interview in the Un-
dergraduate Office and to bring eligi-
bility cards to the interviews.
* * *
Swim Club To !Ieet

Interviewing for the position of
dance chairman for Soph Cabaret
will be held from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. to-
day in the Undergraduate Office of
the League. Petitions may be brought
to the interviews. Eligibility cards are

The Swimming Club will hold its
first meeting at 4:30 p.m. today in
the Fencing Room at Barbour Gym.
New members are especially in-
vited to come and old members will
be welcomed back. Plans for the
water ballet, scheduled for the near
future, will be formulated at the




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FOR SALE: Tuxedo suit and dress
suit with tails. Size 39 long. Roth-
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only. Part time can be arranged,
Marshall Drug Co. 235 So. State.
WANTED: Boy to wash dishes. Mar-
tha 'Cook Bldg. Apply any morn-
WANTED--Veterans and any stud-
ents interested in dance work by
former Campus Band leader. Lee
Brant. 537 Elm. Phone 5291.
WANTED-Students who wish to
work for their BOARD. Contact
F. J. Ruck at Sigma Phi Epsilon,
733 S. State St. 6764.
WANTED: Male reader for blind stu-
dent 60c hour tp 'to20 hrs. week,
Jerry Dunham 1111 S. University.
Rear apt.
"Saginaw News" campus corre-
spondent desires news and social
items. Contact Gwen Sperlich, 581
Jordan, 2-4561.
WANTED-Couple with baby will ex-
change 3 room apartment near
campus, no children, for apartment,
fiat, or house in Detroit. Call
FOR SALE-Ladies white ice skates.
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SAE FRATERNITY is serving three
meals daily at their house conve-
niently located to campus. Those
interested in taking advantage of
this opportunity call Tom Fellows
at 2-1349 immediately.
House for college girl. One half
block from campus. 725 Haven
LOST: Kodak folding camera. Be-
longs to service man and is of great
personal value. Probably lost in
League. Finder call 2-3790. Reward.
LOST-One strand of pearls, round
rhinestone clasp. Great sentimental
value.. Reward.
FOUND: Top of Eversharp pen, North
University, Nov. 1st. Call Dr. Wang,
Dental School.
FOUND: Shvffer fountain pen. On
Maynard St. Call Jane McKee.
LOST : Heavy silver identification
bracelet engraved, Ellen R. Gold-
berg. Please return to 300 Victor
Vaughn House or Telephone 2-5553.
LOST-Blue wardrobe trunk picked
up mistakenly at NYC station Oc-
tober 25. (Check No. D14-53-83)
Call 8568.
LOST: Large black Waterman pen,
Ice skating rink, Oct. 25th and,
pair of brown gloves. Graduate
school, Nov. 2nd. Call Dr. Wang,
Dental School.
past pledges, send your present
address to Brother John Stephens,
434 Williams West Quadrangle.
REWARD for return of Alaskan
Mouton coat taken by mistake at
Michigan League, Friday night,
Nov. 2. No questions asked. Ann
Johnson, 909 E. University. Phone


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