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THEMICIAN $AHINY

"- THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1947

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CREMLIN BOWS:
Truman Doctrine Penetrates
'Iron Curtain' of Soviet Policy

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

awarded annally to the summer mainly research jobs. Jobs in the
session of the University of Mex- other fields are for production or
:co shJ -oid seet Prof. Mercado this exploration.
S e hr: Tties. and The Zurich General Accident &
Thurs. at 3 p.m. "m. 302, Ro- Liability Insurance Company, Ltd.

Thy J. M. ROBERTS, Jr.
AP Foreign Affairs Analyst
Rep. Mundt (Rep., S.D.), saying
that the Truman Doctrine is "go-
ing to cause some serious thinking
in the Kremlin," might have
Med Students
Will Be G3ivenl
lpue Tests
The Association of American
Medical Colleges will conduct its
annual medical aptitude testing
program for prospective students
in medical schools, Saturday, Oc-
tober 4.
Registration for the tests will
be held late in May. Failure to
register will not exclude the stu-
dent from the fall testing program
although late registration will add
materially to the work of the Iowa
Stat~e Graduate Record Office
which conducts the testing pro-
gram.
Reports of the examinations will
be in the hands of medical school
administrators sometime between
Nov. 1 and 15.
The test materials will be mod-
ified slightly for the fall exam-
ination. A form of the Profession-
al Aptitude Test will be used and
the achievement test in the basic
sciences will be continued but
shortened to one - and - a - half
hours.
A new one-and-a-half hour test
dealing with the area of social
studies and current social prob-
lms will be introduced this year.

changed his tense. It has already.'
Events indicate - and predic-
tions in informed quarters go even
further -- that Western policies
are beginning to make some pene-
tration of the "Iron Curtain."
Probably the most significant
penetration of all has been eco-
nomic. Poland has entered into a
trade agreement with Britain, the
first such major move the Rus-
sians have permitted within, their
sphere since the war.
Gradual Shift
In the meantime, an early if
gradual shift in Russian political
tactics, if not in long--term basic
Spolicy,will cause no surprise in
certain American circles. I hear
that the Kremlin is intensely in-
terested in our 1948 elections, and
that Russia's immediate policy
will not really solidify until after
that. This means, presumably,
that the extent of Russian cooper-
ation will depend heavily upon the
amount of compulsion applied by
American public opinion.
Andrei Gromyko has been gen-
erally accepted here as merely the
agent of Russian intransigence
But there are those who will tell
you that Gromyko, because many
Moscow decisions have been pass-
ed on his recommendations, also
bears a strong personal responsi-
bility at which the Kremlin may
even now be taking a good look.
'Slav Bloc'
If Gromyko is replaced on the
U.N. scene it can be taken as the
signal for what will have at least
the surface appearance of cooper-
ation'

OFFICER INSPECTS BROKEN PALESTINE PRISON GATE-A
British officer examines a broken iron gate leading to a corridor
inside Acre Prison, north of Haifa, Palestine, which was blasted
by members of the Jewish underground May
OtA" PlysToBe Given

Publiation In The Daily Official
Bulletin is construtive notice to all
embers of the Univit.Ntices
for the Ilullelin shou:l bw sent in
typoniit n form to the o"i lice of t E
Ausistaut to the Preid, n tom 10n
Angell 1all, by 3:'0 wh . on the day
preceding pulieation (O1:00 a.m. Sat-
urdaysi).
Tlli'RSDAV, MAV 8. lDu1
VOL L ., N. 12
Notiees
Veterans reporting non-receipt
of Subsistenote cheekos,: naccrd
ance With the (IirCCI i of the Dep-
uty administratoi fcs: Veterans
Affairs, Veterans Adn:in tration
Branch Office No. 6, Columbus,
Ohio. the local Veterans Adminis-
tration Office is to conduct a sur-!
vey of all veterans in training atj
the University and schools in this
area who are reporting non-receipt
of subsistence due them prior to
April 30, 1947.
All veterans are u r>'d to report
to Rm. 100, Ra^Ia, ilde.. Fri.,!
May 9, for l he purpose of makmne
this report.
It is to be emphasized that sub-
sistence checks due veterans on
May 1, 1947, and follo:in, are not.
to be included in this .survCy.
Cooperation of all veterans will
assist the Veterans Administralion
Rcgicnal Office, D,roit, Michigan.,
in reviewing all delinquent sub-
sistence accounts.
R3

( ellege of Engineering: Stu-
dents wo expect to attend the
:n.'c~' Session should notify the
8eretary's Office, Rm. 1G3. WV.

En yineering Buildino as soon as dens in the above departments
Posible. with a grade point of 2.5 or above
IOil May 12 and 13. Interested stu-
Woe students attenin th dents may sign schedule on Aero-
i r, menc s.tuden s ten the nautical Bulletin Board.
Olympic Bail and the Newman
(i h Spring Dance have 1:30 per-
mission. Calling hours will not be Bureau of Appointments and
ex"nded." OQcci.onal Information, 201
Masonhall.Of-4ce hours: 9-12,

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mmcc Languages Bldg%.
A ronautical, ('ii1 iand Electri-
cal Eniners: A representative of
Bell Aircraft will interview stu-

Party Approvals: All student
groups planning social events at
which both men and women are to
be present must secure approval
fom the Office of Student Af-
fair: Rm. 2, University Hall, no
later tian 12 noon of the Monday
before the event. The deadliner
for filing these events has been
advanced in order to permit week-
y publication of the list of ap-
proved parties in the D.O.B.
Approved parties for the com-
ing week-end: May 9-AVC, Wil-
low Run; Chi Omega; Phi Gamma
Delta; Sigma Nu; Victor Vaughan.
May 10---Alpha Eta; Alpha Deltaj
Phi: Alpha Kappa Psi; Alpha. Om-
icron Pi, Alpha Sigma Phi; Delta
Sigma Delta; Delta Sigma Pi; Del-
ta, Upsilon, Graduate Student
Council; Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi
Chi; Phi Delta Theta: Phi Sigma
Kappa. Theta Delta Chi.
Members of the Sociedad His-
panica interested in applying for
one of the three scholarships

General Placement:
The Atlantic Refining Company
representatives will be at our office
on Thursday. May 8. to interview
chemical, petroleum, electrical,
mechanical, and civil engineers,
also phy5ies and math majors and
geologis ts and paleontologists. Po-
sitions for chemical engineers are

representatives will be at our of-
fice on Thursday. May 8, to inter-
view men interested in employ-
ment with this company.
Crowley - Milner's Department
Store, Detroit. A representative
will be here on Friday, May 9, to
interview men and women inter-
ested in a department store career.
The Procter & Gamble Company
will have a representative in our
office on Tuesday. May 13, to in-
terview girls interested in work in
their Market Research Division.
These positions involve a consider-
able amount of traveling. Phone
371 for appointments.
TEACHER PLACEMENT:
The Board of Missions and
Church Extension of the Method-
ist Church would like to send six
young women of high Christian
character and ideals of service,
graduates of grade A colleges with
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Advanced play production class-5
es in the speech department will
present three one-act plays at 8
p.m. Monday at Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre.
J. M. Barrie's "The Old Lady
Shows Her Medals," Clyde Bar-
rett's "The Fourteenth Guest," and
"Suppressed Desires" by Susan
Glaspell will be given.

The Barrie play, one of his best
known short plays, deals with a
patriotic old charwoman who in-
vents a soldier son to impress her
cronies, during the war.
Tickets for the plays may be
obtained with no charge at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre box
office Monday from 10 a.m. to 7
p.m.

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APARTMENT IN DETROIT, in trade
for information leading to the renting
of suitable apartment in Ann Arbor.
Write Box 2, Michigan Daily. )60
HELP WANTED
BABY SITTER-M.W.F. mornings. Stu-
dent or student's wife. Tewes, 720 S.
State. 2-2035. )20
GROUND SERVICE MEN-Military or
airline experience required. Phone
Ypsi. 3220 or contact airport mana-
ger's office at Willow Run. )13
SODA FOUNTAIN HELP-Full or part
time. Top wages. Excellent hours.
Two good campus locations. Apply in
person to fountain manager, Wit-
ham Drug Co., Cor. S. University and
Forrest Ave. )30
FIRST trumpet and lead alto man Fri-
day, Saturday and Sundays. Must
have good strong lead tone and be
able to read and cut shows. Contact
Karl Kalson, Villa Bee Night Club,
Jackson, Michigan. )62
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Tuv, Size 36 or 37. Room
205 Prescott House, East Quad. Ask
for Carey. )28
RADIO-Six-tube table model. Excel-
lent condition. Need cash. Phone Har-
old, 9092, 7:30 to 9:30 evenings )5
UTAH AMATEUR Transmitter, Sky
Buddy and extras. Operates through
20 meters. E. Hannah, 425 Vaughan.
)29
FOR SALE-Full dress suit (tails). Size
38. Worn twice. Phone Leo, 2-0509
after six. )40
SUN GLASSES $3.50. U.S. Surplus-Air
Force-4-base lens with pearloic
sweat bar. Sam's store, 122 E. Wash-
ington. )14
FOR SALE - Diamond Solitaire, 1/3
Karat. Priced to sell. Write Box 3,.
Michigan Daily. )17
WIRE FOXTERRIER PUPPIES - Are
registered. Peppy, well marked, 8
weeks. 1456 Sudbury, Village, after 4
p.m. )25
ONE COMPLETE May Festival Series
Ticket. Top balcony. Call Fred
Marks, 2-8300. )28
SOLVE your housing problem with this
10 room, 2 bath brick and frame
home. Now used as 3 apartments.
Furniture in 2 apts. Included 3-car
garage. Large Wot. Fruit and shade.
Opposite new grade school. $12,000.00.
Oril Ferguson, 928 Forest, Phone
2-2839. )27
COUNTRY PROPERTY. Well built 8
room house. Electricity, furnace, wa-.
ter system, barns, chicken coop. 15
acres good land. 14 miles out. , mile
to nice lake. $9,500.00. Oril Fergu-
son, 928 Forest, Phone 2-2839. )26
$2,000 BUYS-38 acres nicely wooded
hills. Beautiful, high, scenic building
site. Secluded location. One mile
to nice lake. Oril Ferguson, 928
Forest. Phone 2-2839. )24
TAILS, Size 38. good condition. Call
2-4551, ask for Cobble or Brent. )43
WILL SELL parts of two season tickets
to May Festival at two-thirds cost.
Call George Gregory, 4707 or 4379. )22
PORTABLE TYPEWRITER, condition
perfect, standard American keyboard,
German make, case, also German
characters. Phone Mrs. Ford, 2-0960
9 to 5. Best offer takes. )33
WHIZZER motor bike. Just overhauled.
$120. 1335 OAKHAM. Willow Run
Village. )37
FOR SALE-Cottages at Glen Lake,
Water edge and Hillside and 20 acre
tract Lake Michigan on paved state
road. Write Elmer Billman, Cedar,
Mich. )41
1939 DODGE Two-door sedan, clean
good running, $650. Call Mr. Mee,
611 Church St., Ph. 9183. )45

SINGLE, young male faculty member
wants room for at least 12 months
near State and North University. Call
4121, Ext. 2109 between 7:30 and 9:30
evenings. )57
STUDENT DESIRES apartment start-
ing Sept. One or two room equival-
ent. Willing to pay now for year
in advance. References. Box 50. )23
SUBLET for summer term of apartment
or small house or permanent apart-
ment wanted by Michigan graduate
veteran working in Ann Arbor and
wife. By June 15th. Any location.
References. Call Mr. Boltwood, 8-5,
2-4483. )14
TWO WOMEN graduate students desire
small apartment with or without
kitchen beginning Sept. Box 51. )46
LOST AND FOUND
WLL PERSON who took man s grey
gabardine trenchcoat from P-Bell
April 25 please return to Bell and
claim yours. )21
REWARD-For return of gold Eversharp
pen. Finder please return - gift of
deceased father. Jack J. Garris, Phone
2-459.)33
LOST-Monday, near campus, "Chris-
tian Brothers College" ring. Contact
J. Jourdan, West Lodge, or Box 3,
Daily. )73
LOST-White plastic rimmed glasses in
case. Please call Bruce Witherspoon,
522 Williams House, West Quad. )16
LOST-Man's watch, Election. $5.00 Re-
ward. Please contact Wendell Jackson,
1605 Monson Ct., W. R.
FOUND: Wood oboe-For information
leave word in box 15, Michigan Daily.
67
LOST - At Illinois baseball game, a
green spiral notebook for History 147.
Call 9882. )72
LOST - Elbon wristwatch with brown
strap between campus town and Co-
zens Hall. Call Elaine, 9231. )
FAVORITE wide red belt lost Monday
21st. Between Stockwell and Ro-
mance Languages. Call 5531 Stock-
well, please! )11
FOUND-Eversharp fountain pen. Own-
er may claim by identifying and pay-
ing for ad. Write Anna Mitch, West
Lodge, Dorm 2. )63
LOST-K&E Duplex Slide Rule in case.
Vicinity of East or West Engineering
building. Geo. MacAllister, 1433 Univ.
Terr., Apt. 71 )32
ANYONE FINDING wallet belonging to
Jeannie Johnson, return to the lost
and found, Room 1..University Hall,
or call 5663. )18
LOST-Parker 51 Pen, black and silver,
Friday, May 2. Haven Hall or vicinity.
Reward. Contact Box 4, Michigan
Daily. )74
BEIGE SKIT LOST between N. 5th
and Ann St., and Hill and State St.
Call Amber 4187. Reward. )4
LOST-Slide Rule, between Lawyer's
Club and Univ. Hosp. Call 6637. )61
LOST: Light tan raincoat left in Gen-
eral Library last Sunday night. Please
call Ernie at 6284. )34
LOST: Blackbillfold and brown bill-
fold Finder call 27019, ask for Ernie
Leonardi or Jerry Cooley. Reward. )36
Buy and Save
Those War Bonds!!
FOR MOTHER:
Choose a gift she'll treasure
through the years from our d
collection of imported gist

BUSINESS SERVICES
w If your radio's bad,
You can hear all the plugs.
Just bring it. to us.
We'll take out the bugs"
For expert radio service call 9241 or
bring your set to the Tavern Cafe-
teria. )8
I SEWING
SEWING-Campus Alt eran.n Shop. 503
Monroe St. Apt. 1Ial. 9841. 22
ALTERATIONS on Ladies' Garments.
Prompt, effiient service. 2-2678.
Alta Graves - near Stockwell Hall.42
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED--Ride to Columbus, Ohio or
vicinity Friday afternoon. Share ex-
penses. Call Dick Kahn, 1315. )70
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RESORTS
GLEN LAKE. Cottage modern, waters
edge, sand beach, accomodate for sea-
son only. )44
WANTED
WANTED-One or two May Festival
Tickets for Saturday evening. Bring
them to 61l E. University. )6
WANTED-Two tickets for Sunday af-
teinoon May Festival. Call R. McGu-
gan, 292 Couzens. )35
LAW STUDENT-Veteran, to be mar-
ried. Wife working as psychiatric so-
cial worker. Need small furnished
apartment in Ann Arbor area for June
or July occupancy. Graduate June,
1948. Call 4145. )12
CLOSET OR corner of basement for
use as photo darkroom. Frank Me-
Ferran.Apt. 31-Vet's Housing pro-
ject, or phone 9280. )39
ROOMS FOR RENT
DOUBLE, near campus, immediately
and for summer school. Phone 2-2362
MISCELLANEOUS
TENNIS FANS! RACQUETS
RESTRUNG. ONE DAY service.
ick-up, delivery, anywhere in Ann
Arbor. New racquets, balls in stock
Call Fred ZIEMANN 2-1088 after 5
64
COMPLETE SERVICE on your furs and
woolen garments. Cold storage, insur-
ance, cleaning, glazing, restyling, and
repairing. Ginsburg Furrier, 607 E.
Liberty )
GOLFERS-Spalding, MacGregor, Hag-
en, Wilson Clubs. Bags, Balls. Phone
4044 or 2-2058. Johnny Malloy, Pro-
fessional. )69
CHILDREN CARED FOR in my home
by mother. Mich. grad. 5 days, 8-5.
Licensed. Refs. 2-7355. )38
PERSONAL-
JOE-Will return your ring in exchange
for Newman Club Spring Formal
ticket as compensation for my heart-
break. -Maggie )31
REDUCE! Lose pounds and inches
where you want them off. Come in
from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. for an intro-
ductory treatment and be convinced.
Baskin 8 N. Normal St., Ypsilanti. )7
HANDSOME ex-Air Corps officer de-_
sires date for chaperoned picnic May
24 Swimming, boating, canoeing,
dancing. Dial 2-4401, ask for 307
Lloyd. )76
BOY waits to meet girl who is sensi-
tive, tallish, eu rvacious, nonsmoking-
and nonreligious. Please write Box
3. Michigan Daily. )2

North Main Opposite Court House
Today and Friday -
Barbara Reed in
"GINGER"
plus --
Jack Haley in
"SING YOUR WAY HOME"
Added - Cartoon
OUR PRICE:
Weekdays until 5 P.M., 25c
Evenings and Sundays, 30c
- Last Day Today -
A SCANDAL IN PARIS
with George Sanders
-- and
BEDLAM
with Boris Karloff
- Friday and Saturday -
PALMY DAYS
with Eddie Cantor
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