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Russia Seen Wooing Britain
In Trade, Treaty Agreements
Cais Co-opST. MARY'S CHAPEL:
To Be Vacated Bishop Babc(
By J. M. ROBERTS, JR.
AP Foreign Affairs Analyst
Several recent developments in
Anglo-Soviet relations open the
door to speculation as to whether
the Russians, in addition to their
well known propaganda attempts
to drive a wedge between the Unit-
ed States and Britain, are also
Will Be Held
Elections for the student council
of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion will be held Tuesday and Wed-.
nesday in Lane Hall and the
A slate of 35 candidates has been
drawn up, but additional names
may be added to the list by sub-
mitting petitions signed by 50 stu-
dents to the present council be-
Lane Hall will be open for voting
from 1 to 5 p.m., and the Founda-
tion, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
from 7 to 9 p.m., Tuesday and
Voters will be required to show
their Hillel membership cards at
the polling places. At least six
and not more than twenty candi-
dates are to be voted for, the first
seven to be numbered and the re-
mainder to be checked.
"All members of the Foundation
are urged to participate in the
election because this group will
represent the student Jewish com-
munity, and will direct the activi-
ties centering around Hillel," Stu
At Term Ed
01(, Ne Mei metiers
To Attend llanquet
(f Honor at C
ock To Be Guest
pitching a little direct woo at Lon-
Back in April the Polish govern-
ment entered into a trade agree-
ment with Britain, the first time
that and member of the Slav bloc
had been permitted to give the
West a foothold "behind the iron
curtain." The assumption is that
the deal could not have been made
without Kremlin approval.
British Trade Mission
In Moscow itself a British trade'
mission is reported to have made
progress, with Stalin expressing
the hope that Russia would have a
wheat surplus this summer which
could be exported to Britain at a
lower price than U. S. or Cana-
Stalin also is reported to have
given Prime Minister Bevin hope,
at their recent conference, for a
satisfactory adjustment of differ-
ences over the Anglo-Russian
treaty of friendship (under which
the Russians have been reported
without confirmation to be seeking
a clause providing for British neu-
trality in any Russian disputes
with third parties).
Reds Will Remain Neutral
Now a report has been given the
press in London by an anonymous
official source (all of these re-
ports obviously trace back to
Bevin or his close associates) that
Stalin has agreed to remain neu-
tral in the Anglo-Egyptian dispute
over the Sudan which is expected
to come before the United Nations.
Any "neutrality" on her part
in any of these areas can
only be an effort to persuade
the British that they could get
along with the Communists all
right if it weren't for those design-
ing Americans who always are de-
picted in Moscow as wishing to
gobble up both Russia and Britain.
Of course, aside from the trade
aspects which may amount to
something because Russia needs
trade, Bevin's wishes may be the
father of his interpretation of
Stalin's words. Bevin has been
under major criticism in his own
party because events have not sup-
ported the Labor Party's pre-elec-
tion claim that it could improve
relations with Russia.
The Most Reverend Bishop Allen
J7. Bab'oek of Detroit will be the
guest of'honor at 9Neurn CIlib
V11P AIVIE hcw i .tu itVL1 6'NII ,
Featuring -"refreshments and Communion breakfast to be held
ladies,'' a banquet will be held May
17 for all members of the Michi-
;an Cooperative House. which isv
to be vacated this June..
Announcement of plans was Y
mnade yesteord ay by Henryv Schmer.
of the publicity committee. For-
mer members wishing to attend
the banquet are requested to con-
tact Robert Davis at Michigan
House. 335 E. Ann. Schmer added
that Max Weil. "European chef." A
will be in charge of arrangements.
About 30 boarders, including 23
residents. will leave Michigan
House in June, Louis Coe, Inter-
.Coperative Council accountant.
said. Michigan House has been a
member of ICC since the Council
was formed, and is represented by
one officer and two committee
Cote explained that a sum of
$2,100, which the ICC Building and ;.
Loan Committee has raised, can
be supplemented by $1,000 from BISHOP BABCOCK
f the Michigan House treasury to-
ward purchase of a new house. after the 9:30 a.m. Mass tomorrow
The owner, a former member in the clubrooms of St. Mary's
who bought the house several years Chiapel.
ago and who has been renting it to
Bishop Babcock. who was for-
the Council at little more than tax
rates, is planning to dispose of his merly chaplain at St. Mary's,
property next June Residents nowiserved as vice-rector of the North
American College in Rome from
1936 until the outbreak of the war
when the college \vas closed. Upon
his return to the United States, he
was reassigned to St. Mary's. In
June, 1942, Bishop Babcock re-
ceived an appointment as pastor of
the Cathedral parish in Detroit.
The present chapel building was
built during Bishop Babcock's
Michael A. Gorman, editor of
the Flint Journal, will act as toast-
master for the breakfast. Guests
will be: President and Mrs. Alex-
ander G. Ruthven, Provost and
Mrs. James P. Adams. Erich A.
Walter, director of the Office of
Student Affairs, and Mrs. Walter,
Dean Alice Lloyd, Prof. and Mrs.
E. N. Durfee, Prof. and Mrs. Wil-
liam McLaughlin, and Col. and
Mrs. Carl Henion.
Mary Battle is in charge of ar-
Men's and women's cooperative
houses are now accepting appli-
cations for the summer session.
Students may contact Jerry
Rees at 335 E. Ann or Bob Haefeli
at 1017 Oakland for information.
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president of American Union of Teiephone Workers in Washing ton.
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LOST-Brilliant clip at League Friday
night. Reward. Louise Kefgen, 4089.)18
PARKER 51 PEN-Black and silver, Re-
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If not there, leave number. )30
LOST-An Alpha Phi pin near Mosher-
Jordarf Hall. Call 561 Jordan Hall.
Phone 2-4561. )20
LOST-Maroon Eversharp Pen Tuesday
in vicinity of South University. Re-
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LOST-Eisenberg head scarf on Washte-
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yellow. Finder please call 2-5631. Re-
ward! ) 63
WILL 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
LOST-Man's watch, Election. $5.00 Re-
ward. Please contact Wendell Jackson,
1605 Monson Ct., W. R.
LOST - At Illinois baseball game, a
green spiral notebook for History 147.
Call 9882. ) 72
BEIGE SKIRT LOST between N. 5th
and Ann St., and Hill and State St.
GIRL'S BIKE-new tires. $15.00.
2-2464, 7 to 10:30 P.M.
of the Founda-
'Corned Beef Corner'
Will Be Open Tonight
The B'nai B'rith Hillel "Corned
Beef Corner" will be open from
10:45 p.m. to midnight today serv-
ing sandwiches and cold drinks.
Manager of the "Corner" is
Henry Kasses, who says that sup-
plies of corned beef and salomi
will be plentiful.
THE FARM 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 9387
HOME OF GOOD FOOD
Lunches 11:30-1:30 -- only 65c
Dinners (family style)-5:00-8:00 PM.-$1.45 to $1.65
418 E. Washington (one-half block off State) Phone 9717
BREAKFASTS .. LUNCHEONS ... DINNERS
Waffles our specialty . . . Better Coffee
307 South Main Street
COTTAGE IN N
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
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Call Amber 4187. Reward.
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
ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERS
SALES - JOHN JADWIN - SERVICE
855 Tappan Ave. Phone 2-7412 )10
CHILDREN CARED FOR in my home
by mother. Mich. grad. 5 days, 8-5.
Licensed. Refs. 2-7355. )38
GOLFERS-Spalding, MacGregor, Hag-
en, Wilson Clubs, Bags, Balls. Phone
4044 or 2-2058. Johnny Malloy, Pro-
COMPLETE SERVICE on your furs and
woolen garments. Cold storage, insur-
ance, cleaning, glazing, restyling, and
repairing. Ginsburg Furrier, 607 E.
TENNIS FANS! RACQUETS
RESTRUNG. ONE DAY service.
Pick-up, delivery, anywhere in Ann
Arbor. New racquets, balls in stock
Call Fred ZIEMANN 2-1088 after 5.
BOY WANTS to meet girl who is sensi-
tive, tallish, curvacious. non-smoking
and non-religious. Please write Box 3,
EX-AIR CORPS P.F.C. will meet that
handsome ex-Air Corps officer in the
Union Steam Room. (Ask for Lucky).
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
GOLF CLUBS, reasonable, 3 woods, 5
irons, bag. Call 2-7053 after 6. )72
OLDS super Cornet for sale. Latest pre-
war rncdel. Good condition, excep-
tional tone. 2-2591, Estelle Bisson. )32
WHIZZER MOTORBIKE - with lights,
and rain cover. Used 600 miles, price
$120.00, Box 14. )42
FOR SALE--Girl's Riding Habit; New.
Jodphurs. Jacket, Shoes. Size 10.
Phone 6481. )74
CANARIES-Rollers and Warblers, $10
up. Finches, Parakeets. Seeds and
cages. 562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )17
ADMIRAL--Auttomatic record changer.
Practically new. Plays thru radio.
Sapphire needle. $30. Phone 2-3169 )57
REMINGTON NOISELESS Typewriter,j
Standard Model. Excellent condition.1
$60. Phone 2-5695. Manz, )23
FOR SALE--Tux, Size 36 or 37. Room
205 Prescott House, East Quad. Ask
for Carey. )28
16-FOOT HOUSETRAILER, furnished,
good condition, $700.00., 953 E. Michi-
gan Ave., Ypsilanti. Harold C. John-
son, evenings after 6:00. )21
SUN GLASSES $3.50. U.S. Surplus-Air
Force-4-base lens with pearloid
sweat bar. Sam's store, 122 E. Wash-
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 lot. Fruit and shade,
Opposite new grade school. $12,000.00.
Oril Ferguson, 928 Forest, Phone
COUNTRY PROPERTY. Well built 8
room house. Electricity, furnace, wa-
ter system, barns, chicken coop. 15
acres good land. 14 miles out. I 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.nSecluded 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
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
WANTED TO RENT
TWO WOMEN graduate students desire
small apartment with or without
kitchen beginning Sept. Box 51. )46
UNFURNISHED -Room Apartment
wanted by veteran medical student
and school teacher wife. Call 2-2034.
STUDENT VETERAN and wife wish to
rent furnished or unfurnished apart-
ment, beginning fall term, 1947. Please
call Richard Price at 2-2858 anytime
after 7:30 p.m. )25
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,
farmer-student who traded vege-
GLEN LAKE. Cottage modern, water's tables in return for board and
edge, sand beach, accommodate 4. room, and the younger brother of
Season only. Write Elmer Billman one resident, who went through
Cedar, Mich._ ___ intermediate and high school while
WANTED TO TRADE living at the house.
EXCHANGE APARTMENT in Ann Arbor Statbach To Discuss
for apartment or flat in Detroit. B Tai l
----- - Prof. Charles N. Staubach of
HELP WANTED the romance language department
--- - will read a paper before the Mod-
GROUND SERVICE MEN-Military or ern Language Association of the
airline experience required. PhoneMid-west and South which will
Ypsi. 3220 or contact airport mana- -
We Deliver Anywhere, Anytime
pay six dollars, Cote said, and
work four hours a week for room
and board, while boarders, pay-
ing less, work three hours.
Organized independently in 1932
as the Michigan Socialist House
and supervised for the first year
by Mrs. Ruth Buchanan, who still
resides in Ann Arbor, the residence
was renamed when it joined the
ICC, Cote recalled.
Michigan House has seen many
colorful student residents, Cote
added. Among them have been a
house barber, a shoemaker, a
ger's office at Willow Run. )131
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,
Jckson, Michigan. ) 62
ROOMS FOR RENT
SIX DOUBLE ROOMS close to campus
for Summer term, male students only
Box 65, Mich. Daily. )6
FOR SALE-Cottages at Glen Lake,
Water edge and Hillside and 20 acre
tract Lake Michigan on paved state
road. Write Elmer Billman, Cedar,
1939 DODGE Two-door sedan, clean,
good running, $650. Call Mr. Mee,
611 Church St., Ph. 9183. )45
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 Jim Skipper, 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
Deelicions Midnight SnaeI0
Millfer's Box Lunch
Golden Brown Chicken
or Fried Jumbo Shrimp
Home-made Rolls and Individual Pies
North Main Opposite Court House
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meet today in Cleveland.
He will discuss his experiences
in teaching English in Colombia as
a part of the cultural relations
program of the U. S. Government.
Prof. Staubach spent 18 months
in Bogota during 1945-46, as a
visiting professor of English at the
national University of Colombia.
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HENRIETTA SZOLD MEMORIAL LECTURE FOR 1947
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How can peace come to an embattled country
where Jews, Arabs and British are involved in
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