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THE MICHIGAN 1TbAHNmD

FRIDAY, MARCH 14.1947-

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landidates'Statements
te following qualification state-sent on our campus. Veteran orig- the interest of this large group of

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nts have been submitted by finally enrolled in 1941, ATO, well
-partisan candidates for the acquainted with many existing
dent Legislature election which problems.

w#ll be held Tuesday and Wednes-
day. Statements of remaining
candidates will be published to-
m'rrow and Sunday.
* *, *
Ratph Andrews . . .
Let's all get together and make
oUr campus a place such that in
future years we will remember our
days spent here as the most en-
Joyable of our lives. I want a
fren dlier, more truly collegiate
and considerate campus spirit and
will do all possible to accomplish
this.
Keinneth Armstrong.. ..
From experience gained as a
member of the Northwestern Uni-
versity Student Governing Board,
as a Michigan student, and as
member of ATO, I feel qualified
to gssert the rights of the major-
ity in the Student Legislature
against the small but effective
ra4ical factions in existence on
our Mlchigan campus.
David Baldwin .. ..
I maintain an ardent desire to
hep thGe Student Legislature con-
tinu$ to become a coordinated
voice of the student body as a
whole, free from the small but
powerful radical factions preval-
MICHIGAN
Running Continuously
Thru Supper Hour ,
All Week
35c until 5 P.M.
ONE OF THE -
GREAT MUSICAL
EVENTS IN
MOTION PICTURES!
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Rugged's the word for
Hick~ok 5cir-l in authentic
Western designs on fooled
saddle leather.
Belt with Western Buckle .. $2.50
Belt with Horseshoe Buckle . $2.00
'tooled Saddle Leather Brace $1.50
l'Sterling Steer head die Bar .. $2150
Bucking Bronco Tie Chain ..$1.50
Bar-H Waller Lace~d o - . $5.00

Raymond Bohn, Jr.. .
I am running with the following
qualifications: administrative ex-
perience as president of the Uni-
versity Glee Club; an active inter-
est in increasing student partici-
pation in all phases of campus
activity; a desire to better student-
faculty relations. I am also a
World War II veteran.
Warren Boee, Jr... .
I champion no political issue,
no aggressive campus organization.
I strongly desire to see the Stu-
dent Legislature representing the
majority interest of the student
body. Having once been a director
of an army university, I am able to
offer experience, mature judgment
and sincere, energetic interest re-
quisite for the position.
Betty Jo Campbell *. *
My aim is to unite the students
in a single, self-governing body,
promote their extra-curricular ac-
tivities, and coordinate student
activities with the programs of
tle faculty and administration.
Experience includes social chair-
manship of Mosher Hall and mem-
ber of student government at Uni-
versity of Kansas.
Jeanette Collins .--.
I will seek to better relations
between the students and faculty
and create more cooperative spirit
between affiliated and independ-
ent students. Experience: vice-
president of ,high school student
council, worked on The Daily,
Soph Cabaret, manager of fencing
team, rushing aide, JGP, Michigras
and Panhel Ball committees.
Connie Conner .. .
I would work to represent the
ideas and opinions of every stu-
dent regarding their government;
students must be assured of their
rightful privileges to football tic-
kets, starting on the 50-yard line;
campus activities must be co-
ordinated to give maximum bene-
fit to campus as a whole; wartime-
neglected traditions should be re-
established.
Connie Converse ...
I am associated with no party
in this election because I believe
that the Student Legislature should
be able to represent the entire
campus without undue influence
from partisan groups. To promote
and execute energetic action in
carrying out all policies and de-
mands of the student body is my
aim.
Laurence Daly.. ..
A Legislature towards which I
will work will be a responsible rep-
resentative voice of the student
body. Even more, it will lead stu-
dents by perceiving problems and
devising solutions before the prob-
lems are of sufficient magnitude
to seriously disturb the school.
* * *
Dave Dutcher .. .
Opportunity and neoessity for
work in two fields induced me to
run for this office. We need a
stronger student voice in student
affairs. I would also seek simpli-
fication and centralization of the
numerous student governing bod-
ies. Previous council experience
and two years on Michigan's De-
bate Team are my qualifications.
Bruce Edwards...
I am a resident of an unorgan-
ized house and hope to represent

students. I will work for increased
student control and responsibility
in all non-academic aspects of Un-
iversity life and for an outdoor
recreation center for the entire
student body.
Margot Estep . .
I believe that freshmen should
take an active part in student
government. Experience: home
room secretary and vice-president
and Girl Reserve vice-president in
high school. Chairman of Jordan
Hall student government commit-
tee and member of the Legisla-
ture's academic committee.
Harriett Ewing . .
Qualifications: legislative exper -
ience in high school, served on
various organizations and commit-
tees here. Policy: support projects
started by Legislature, promote
cooperation between organizations,
students and faculty. Platform:
student book store, student cafe-
teria, committee representing cam-
pus organizations to integrate and
promote projects and further
spirit.
John Faber . .
I am not a member of any or-
ganized party. I have no previous-
ly established convictions. I mere-
ly believe in a good common sense
approach to the problems con-
fronting students today.
Harriet Feske .. .
Three years on student council,
as well as three years on activity
board handling all student fin-
ances at Dearborn High School
are my initial qualifications. Dele-
gate and counselor at Michigan
Girls' State. Thus, plus my sin-
cere desire to further student gov-
ernment on campus, asks for your
vote.
Sally Forman . * *
I am very interested in the Stu-
dent Legislature on this campus.
I served on the student council in
high school for three years on var-
ious committees and as vice-pres-
ident. My activitieshave been
soph cabaret, S.IC and hospital
volunteer; at present I am in JGP
and on The Daily.
William Fors .. .
The criterion for any student
legislative pursuit should be, "Does
it provide additional educational
or recreational facilities for the
student?" It should not be based
upon ill-considered proposals of
investigation, exploitation or pro-
hibition. It is designed for the
student; it should be used as such.
B*everly Garrett . .
In League, Assembly and Pan-
hellenic activities. I have gained
in these activities the experience
and insight to fill a legislature
position. I support a reliable, fair
distribution of football tickets, im-
proved student facilities, campus
entertainment, concerts, discus-
sion forums, war memorial, strong
support of pep organization and
rallies and continued housing
search.
*, * *
Jo German . .
I shall do my utmost to promote:
more student control of disciplin-
ary action, interest in campus dis-
cussion groups about national is-
sues, racial equality in all campus
organizations and a more equit-
able football ticket distribution.
Experience in League activities and

Slack Period
Action Is Cook.,
Lecture Topic
The proper combination of or-j
thodox economic thought and gov-
ernment spending in slack produc-
tion times can avert economic
serfdom for the nation, Prof. John
Maurice Clark, Columbia Univer-
sity economist declared yesterday
in the fourth 1947 Cook lecture.
Prof. Clark warned against al-
lowing government spending in a
slack era which may cause mass
unemployment as it has too often
in the past.
The problem of bringing "secur-
ity" to our economy involves twoj
pitfalls, the economist asserted.
It may result in total serfdom be-
cause of the vastly enlarged gov-
ernment authority needed or it
may precipitate a disastrous con-
flict over Government "security"
hand-outs b e t w e e n organized
economic groups).
"It seems likely that high-level
employment and full social secur-,
ity will turn out to be things that
cannot be bestowed by a Santa
Claus state," Prof. Clark said. "We
may be on the way to learning by
experience thatthese things must
be earned and achieved by a peo-
ple that has learned to work to-,
gether."
"Toward a Society of Respon-
sible Individuals in Responsible
Groups", the concluding lecture
in the series entitled "An Alter-
native to Serfdom" will be given
by Prof. Clark at 4:15 p.m. today
in Rackham ampitheatre.
Dr. Zeigler Will
Open Hillel Talks

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
Imembers of the University, Notices
for the tlulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the offfice of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell flail, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.mn. Sat-
urdays).
FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1947
VOL. LVII, No. 113
Notices
Meeting of the University Sen-
ate, Rackham Amphitheatre, Mon.,
4:15 p.m., Mar. 17. Agenda:
1. Progress report on the Calen-
dar by Dr. F. E. Robbins.
2. The Provost will speak on the
subject, "The Educational Role of
the University Today and To-
morrow."
3. Report of the Special Com-
mittee on Housing by Prof. C. D.
Thorpe, Chairman. Members of
the Senate are requested to read
this report in advance.
Faculty, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts: The fresh-
men five-week progress reports will
be due Saturday, March 15, in the
office of the Academic Counselors,
108 Mason Hall.
Veterans who have not received
subsistence allowances:
In accordance with the directive
of the Deputy Administrator for

DAILY OFFICIAL B UTIN

Veterans' Affairs. Veterans Admin-
istration Branch Office No. 6, Col-
umbus, Ohio. the local Veterans
Administration Office will con-
duct a survey of all veterans in
training at the University who
have not received subsistence al-
lowance due them.
Veterans are urged to report to
Rin. 100, Rackham Building. The
deadline has been extended until
12 noon, Friday., March 14.
Cooperation of all veterans will
assist the Veterans Administration
Regional Office. Detroit, Michigan,
in reviewing delinquent subsist-
ence accounts.
Choral Union Members whose
attendance records are clear will
please call for their courtesy pass-
es to the Chicago Symphony Or-
(ContI',ued on Page 3)
North Main Opposite Court House
----Ends Tonight --
Queen of the Amazons and
It Happened in New Orleans
-- Starts Saturday
ARTHUR LAKE in
"1BLONDIE KNOWS BEST"
-- plus --
GERALD MOHR in
"LONE WOLF IN MEXICO"
News and Serial

WHERE NAVIGATOR WAS LOST -- George J. Gay, investigator
for the Civil Aeornautics Board, examines temporary plywood
covering on a broken astrodome---plastic bubble on top of the New
York-to-Geneva TWA: Constellation--through which Navigator
George Hart was blown March 10, 500 miles at sea.
Graduate Student Describes
Uruguaycmn Education Sylstem

All education in Uruguay is
free to the students, including that
at college level, according to Miss
Maria Eloisa Garcia, graduate stu-

Following Sabbath Eve Ser- dent in psychology irom Urugu
vices at 7:45 p.m. today in the I Miss Garcia will deliver the fi
Hillel Chapel, Dr. Thornton W. f lecture in the series on La
Zeigler of the Neuropsychiatric American countries at 8 p.m. Tu
Institute, University Hospital, will day in Rackham Amphitheat
open the Spring series of Fireside under the auspices of Phi Iota1
Discussions at the Foundation. pha, Latin American fraterni
Dr. Zeigler will address the and the International Center.
group on "Abnormal Psychology Some form of education, eit]
for the Layman." A social hour academic or vocational is comps
will conclude the evening's pro- sory at the secondary level in U:
gram. guay, Miss Garcia pointed out.

ay.
irst
tin
es-
tre.
Al-
ity,
her
ul-
Lru-

Books and papers as well as
tuition are furnished to college
students by the government. she
said.
The topic of Miss Garcia's lec-
ture will be "Uruguay," with em-
phasis on the system of educa-
tion. Two films will accompany
the lecture.
Other lectures in the series will
be "Ecuador" by Dr. Misael Acosta
Solis, April 2, "Colombia" by Au-
gusto Malabet, April 14, and "Bra-
zil" by Captain Henry Wilson Fer-
nandes de Sousa, April 30.

9 SWING to the rhythms of
° ."Jazz,
SWAY to the beats of the ()
Rhumba,
SWIRL to the melodies of
the Waltz -
But SWING, SWAY, AND SWIRL to the
TEMPTING, TANTILIZING FOODS
of the
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

11

LOST AND FOUND
FOUND - A cigarette lighter. Call
2-2230. )11
LOST - Blue Zircon Ring with gold
band; sometime Saturday. Reward for
return. Phone 6943. )6
LOST: Wallet containing checks, cash,
and papers. $10.00 Reward. Call
Peter Storer 2-4401.
LOST-Red wallet, all identification,
important. Call C. Dewey, 5011 Stock-
well. Reward.
LOST-Near W. Quad - Silver ID
bareclet with name Johnny Smith.
If found please call 204 Mich. House,
2-4401. Reward.
SMALL black purse containing valuable
keys and compact. Lost at Union Sat-
urday night. Please call Rhoda Hor-
witz, 3056 Stockwell, 2-4471.
REWARD-Black Shaeffer Pen-initials
A.W.S. Lost near Romance Language
Bldjg. Please call A. W. Storey, 422
Williams House. Phone 2-4401. )61
LOST-10" K&E Slide Rule. D. N.
Buell printed on brown leather case.
Reward for returning to 1367 Enfield
Ct. Willow Run or Rm. 235 W. En-
gineering.
FOUND: Parker '51. Owner may have
by calling 433 Mosher and paying for
ad. )541
LOST-Gold link bracelet with filagree
on campus Wednesday, March 12.
Value for sentimental reasons. Please
return to Rae M. Guttman, phone
4489. )12
BUSINESS SERVICES }

FOR SALE
ARMY-NAVY Surplus Goods, many
items. Come in and look around.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. )14
GOLF-The greatest names in Golf
Clubs. Hagen, Spalding and Wilson.
Have a good assortment of these.
Municipal Golf Course. Call 9230.
Phone number 2-0175. )17
PONTIAC ROAD DISTRICT within city
close to new school. Attractive home
with income located on plot of ex-
cellent soil 90x295 feet. Shade and
fruit. Part of house is one of the
early brick colonial homes with walls
as straight as when built. Balance
nearly new. As now used, owner has
4 nice rooms and $70 per month in-
come. 3 car garage. Big value for
$14,000. Call 2-2839 for appointment.
Oril Ferguson, Realtor, 928 Forest. )56
FORD: 1937 Tudor Deluxe. Recondi-
tioned motor, new parts, new clutch,
clean. Phone 2-0960.9 to 5. )16
new brakes. Sacrifice. Seat covers.
REMINGTON- RAND Noiseless, Model 6
Typewriter, in good shape, $40. Call
Newnan, 9077, after 7 p.m. )9
FOR SALE-Baby sitter, 1-4c per hour.
Day or night, "Electronic Baby Sit-
ter" will reliably watch your baby.
Priced reasonably, 2-1371.
FOR SALE-Remington noiseless type-
writer. Standard desk model, pica
type, touch regulator. Excellent con-
dition. Phone 2-5695 after 9 p.m. )21

TAILORING and SEWING
DRESSMAKING. Dresses, Suits, For-
mals, and Bridal Gowns. Alterations.
For appointments, call Mrs. Ringinen,
2-2604. )52

MISCELLANEOUS

MALE STUDENT, child counseling ex-
perience, excellent references, former-
ly diplomatic service, desires position
caring for children afternoons, eve-
nings. Exchange private room, break-
fast. Box 23. Michigan Daily. )2
'AND THE NIGHT shall be filled with
Music." That is, if your radio works
O.K. If not, call 9241 or leave It at
The Tavern Cafeteria for quick re-
pair service. I am Fred, Ze Great
Radio Man. )62
PHOTOSTATIC Copying, Enlatgements
or Reductions. Leave your work at
Wikel Drug, Calkins-Fletcher, Pur-
chase Camera, Card and Camera,
marriage and birth certificates, dis-
charges, records. 24-hour pick-up
service. Technical Photo Service. 917
Sunnyside, Phone 4559, 2-6958. )53
ELECTROX VACUUM CLEANERS Sales
-John Jadwin-service. 855 Tappan
Ave., phone 2-7412. )10

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dormitory student councils.

Diamonds ..
and
Wedding
SRings
717 North University Ave.
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25th Anniversary Week
March 17th-22nd
R"IDER'S
in our new location
115 West Liberty Street

Lynn Gillwt . . .
As your representative, I would
work with the interests of the stu-
dents in mind and would try to
carry them out effectively. In
1 working with the administration,
I should actively represent the
students. I have been active in
dance committees, League activi-
ties, the dormitory and am a Chi
omega pledge.
* * *
George Gordon
Strong student interest is the
prime requisite for strong student
government. The Student Legisla-
ture should promote such interest
through sponsored forum discus-
sions of student affairs. By air-
ing pertinent problems, definite
mandates from the student body.
may be gained. Such mandates
will democratically chart the
course of legislature action.

CARPETING and Rugs claned in your
home. Place orders early. Free esti-
mates. Phoue Chelsea 6691. )4
TYPING: Theses, term papers, address-
es, etc. Duplicating: notices, form
letters, programs. A2 Typing Service,
232 Nickels Arcade, phone 9811. )55
TYPEWRITERS now available for rent,
standards or portables. Office Equip-
ment Service Co., 111 S. Fourth Ave.
) 36
PERSONAL
BROWNIE with the light blue jeans,
report to Spike Jones, Hill Auditor-f
ium, March 21 at 8:30 p.m. )63
HELP WANTED
A CAREER FOR YOU-The telephone
company offers interesting work, com-
fortable quarters, cafeteria on prem-
ises, vacations with pay, thrift plans,
advancement. For further informa-
tion call 9985 between 8 and 5. Mich-
igan Bell Telephone Co. )33

FOR SALE-New set of formal tails,
size 38-40. $65.00.fNew. Worn three
times, will sell for $50.00 complete.
Phone 2-1487 after 5 p.m. )64
CHICAGO SYMPHONY tickets, Sunday
night. Orchestra patron seats, call
Dick Rosenbloom, phone 2-1600, leave
phoine. )23
TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS wanted: Commuting Monday
thru Saturday from Detroit. Call Ar-
lington 6691 in Detroit. )8
WANTED: Ride to New York City and
return during Easter vacation for
veteran and wife. Will share ex-
penses, driving. Please phone M. Ad-
elstein, 2-7423 mornings or 5888 after-
noons. )20
WANTED TO RENT
WOULD anyone going away for spriug,
vacation want to rent their apart-
ment to student veteran and wife?
Good references. Box 72. )50
REWARD-For information leading to
the renting of apartment in fal-
Jack Krewson, 4183. )24

Hold Those Bonds!
W-U-~UTH
OUR PRICE:
Weekdays until 5 P.M., 25c
Evenings and Sundays, Mc
- Today and Saturday --
"SUSPENSE
with Belita, Barry Sullivan,
Bonita Granville
---and --
"ROMANCE OF THE WEST"
with Eddie Dean
in color

THE FARMS CUPBOARD
Specializing in FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS
Open 11:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. including Sundays.
5400 Plymouth Road (on the way to Detroit) Phone 93'87
HOME OF GOOD FOOD
Lunches 11:30-1:30 - only 65c
Dinners (family style)-5:00-8:00 P.M.-$1.45 to $1.65
418 E. Washington (one-half block off State) Phone 9717
THE MAYFLOWER
BREAKFASTS... LUNCHEONS... DINNERS
Waffles our specialty . . . Better Coffee
307 South Main Street
OTTAGE INN
Specializing in Home Cooked Food.. . Steaks and Chops
Open Weekdays 11:00 A.M. - 1:30 P.M., 5:00 - 8:00 P.M.
Sundays 11:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M., 5:00 - 9:00 P.M.
Closed Saturdays 512 East Wililam
PREKETES SUGAR BOWL
EXCELLENT DINNERS $1.10 to $2.50
Fine Steaks and Seafood-For Dinner Reservations call 2-1414
Open 11:00 A.M.-12:00 Midnight ... Closed Mondays
GRANADA CAFE
GOOD FOOD IS GOOD HEALTH
Open for your convenience:
Daily 7:30 A.M.-11:30 P.M. Tues., 7:30 A.M.-8:00 P.M.
Sundays 11:30 A.M.-11:30 P.M.
313 South State

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