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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY", DEGEIMER 4, X946

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GI'S UNDER FI RE :
Army Denies Wild Disorder
By U.S. Forces in Germany

WASHINGTON, Dec. 3-(A)-
Charges of. wild immorality and
other excesses by American forces
in occupied Germany were made
public tonight, and the War De-
partment swiftly replied "hear-
say" and "gossip."
President Truman, in response
to questions at a news conference,
took the position that a congres-
sional investigation of the mili-
Rouault Prints,
African Neoro
Art on Exhbi
African Negro sculpture and
examples of the prints of George
Rouault, contemporary French ar-
tist, are featured in a joint art
exhibit opening at the University
Museum of Art today.
Art critics assert that African
sculpture holds an indisputable
place today among the art tradi-
tions of the world, Prof. Jean P.
Slusser, acting director of the
art school, explained.
A group of French artists work-
ing in Paris just before the first
World War artistically discovered
African Negro sculpture. Their
studies of its forms led to the
first experiments in cubism.. A
form of expression based on Negro
stylizations was developed by
Braque, Picasso, Gris and other
contemporary artists.
Both original and photographic
examples of the Negro art are be-
ing shown in the December exhib-
it. These selections were chosen
from the Museum of the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania. The local
AAUW chapter is sponsoring the
University showing.
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Wedding
Swings V
717 North Uni vsit Ave.
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tary governnent in Germany is
unnecessary.
Report Revealed
Three Republican members of
the Senate War Investigating
Committee formally ripped tho
"confidential" tag off a secret
report made by committee mem-
ber George W. Meader after a
four-week flying tour of the
American occupation area.
(Meader served as Washtenaw
County prosecutor in 1937 and has
also been counsel to the Mead In-
vestigation Committee.)
Meader's report listed numerous
allegations of immoral conduct by
some of the American occupation
troops, heavy venereal infections,
misconduct by officers, and ob-
jectionable action by displaced
persons.
Investigation Investigated
Even before the report appeared
in print, committee Chairman
Kilgore released what amounted
to a report on the report, based
on an investigation of the inves-
tigation.
Made by Brig. Gen. Elliott D.
Cooke of the Army inspector's
general office, it summarized an
inquiry into testimony given by
Col. Francis P. Miller, who was
one of the key witnesses before the
Senate committee sometime ago,
before it dropped plans for a fur-
ther inquiry into the subject.
Church Guilds
Will Sponsor
Events Today
Informal teas and discussions
will be held by the student reli-
gious guilds today.
The regular refresher of the
Methodist WESLEYAN GUILD
will be held at 4 p.m. today in the
Wesley Foundation Lounge.
Dinner will be served at 6 p.m.,
followed by a meeting of the
groups and a Vespers Service at
7 p.m.
* * *
Devotions will be held by the
NEWMAN CLUB at 7:30 p.m. pre-
ceding an open panel discussion
of Catholic Doctrine.
,The fourth chapter of Romans
will be discussed during the week-
ly Bible Study of the MICHIGAN
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP at 8
p.m. in Lane Hall.
ROGER WILLIAMS weekly
chat will meet from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
in the Guild House. The Inter-
Guild Worship committee will be
guests at the meeting.
* *.*
A make up class in Church His-
tory for those unable to attend
the Tuesday class will be held by
the LUTHERAN STUDENT AS-
SOCIATION at 7:30 p.m.

LEADERS NAME MASCOTS-Hu ky pups are selected as mas-
cots by ranking officers of the Byrd Antar.t c Expedition aboard
the USS Mt. Olymp s at Norfolk, Va. From ielft: Rear Adm.
Richard E. Byrd; Capt. Robert S. Quakenbush, chief of staff, and
Rear Adth. Richard H. Cruzen, tactical commander.

DisorganizedI
Discrimination
Existing Here
(Continued from page 1) 1
housing survey to determine theI
extent of racial and religious se-
gregation in University League
Houses.
Situation Here "Can Be Better"1
Summing up the situation in
the University, Whitsitt said "it is
quite good but it can be better."
He pointed out that housing con-
ditions for Negro women are much
more acute than for white women
since only one League House-
Britt House-accommodates Ne-
ro women. le also noted that
currently there are only two Ne-
groes, both of them teaching fel-
lows, on 'he University faculty.
Lyman Lytgers, president of the
Student Religious Association, re-
ported SRA's method of action as
"education."
"This is achieved by inter-group
contacts ani-d cooperation to com-
bat discrimination by exposing un-
democratic practices." he said.
According to Bob Slaff, AVC
public relations chairman, both
the camp ii, and Willow Village
chapters blieve that "the educa-
tional system today is not entirely.
eliminating prejudices and, conse-
quently, one of our goals is con-
structive criticism of the curricu-
lum to stimulate liberalization of
the educational process.''
Campus Cooperatives .
In addition, there are five co-
operatives on campus whose unit-
ed comment on discrimination was
summed up by Fred Schelkun,
president of Michigan Co-op:
"We do not even recognize the
term because it does not enter our
minds. Co-ops practice the con-
cepts of democracy, and with such
concepts we recognize the equality
of all men."
In a survey of all cooperatives to
ascertain the number of Negro
residents, neither Schelkun nor
Barbara Alleman, manager of
Stevens co-op could name off-
hand the number of Negroes in
their houses. But after an in-
quiry they reported that of a to-
tal of 102 residents, 17 were Ne-
groes. The housemother and the
house president of Osterweil Co-op
and the housemother of Lester
Co-op are Negroes.
Tomorrow: Other cases of "dis-
organized" discrimination.
FOR THEIR XMAS-
BUY A GALENS TAG

Germany Should Retain Art,
Cultural Treasures --Parkhurst

If Germany is expected to re-
build, she must be allowed to re-
turn her historical art and cul-
tural treasures, Charles P. Park-
hurst, Jr., maintained in a lecture
yesterday sponsored by the fine
arts department.
Parkhurst, curator of the Al-
bright Art Gallery in Buffalo, fur-
ther declared that today 80 per
cent of the thousands of works
of art which have been looted by
the Nazis have been returned to
their owners.
A member of the Division of
Monuments, Fine Ares, and Arch-
ives of SHAEF in Germany during
the wvar, Parkhurst asserted that
the officers of this group believed
that the significance of their task
lay in its effect on the spirit of
those nations whose treasures had
been stolen. "The works of art
constituted the substance of a
tradition that made up the best
of each civilization," he said.
Describing the systematic five-
year Nazis looting program, which
operated in France, the Low
Countries, Poland, Italy, Czecho-
slovakia and Austria, he men-
tioned the Task Force Rosenberg,
whose sole purpose was the con-
odge To Present
lath Talk Today
Prof. W. V. D. Hodge, of Cam-
bridge University, England, will
present a lecture on "Harmonic
Integrals" at 4:15 p.m. today in
Rm. 3011, Angell Hall.
Prof. Hodge is Lowdean profes-
sor of astronomy and geometry
and fellow of Pembroke College at
Cambridge. He is visiting this
country in connection with the bi-
centennial conferences of Prince-
ton University and is scheduled to
speak at the mathematics confer-
ences there Dec. 17.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

Cam pus Ighlights

fiscation of art in occupied
countries.
Paikhurst gratefully praised
Gen. Eisenhower for the "sym-
pathetic and effective backing"
which he gave to the Monuments
Division.
Before the war Parkhurst was
curator in the National Gallery in
Washington, D.C.

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angeli hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4, 1946
VOL. LVII, No. 61
Notices
Willow Run Village
West Court:
Wed., Dec. 4, 8:00 p.m., Wednes-
day Lecture Series, "Votes and Ve-
toes in the United Nations" by
Prof. Lawrence Preuss; 7:30-
8:30 p.m., Personal Counselling by
Rev. J. Edgar Edwards.
Thurs., Dec. 5, 8:00 p.m., Exten-
sion course in Psychology.
Fri., December 6, 8:00 p.m.,
Classical Recordings.
Sat., Dec. 7, 8:30-11:30 p.m.,
Open House for all couples. Danc-
ing, brilge, refreshments.
West Lodge:
Wed., Dec. 4, 6:30 p.m., Basket-
ball League; 7:00 p.m., Duplicate
Bridge Club; 7:00 p.m., Social Di-
(Continued on Page 3)

OUT THAR
... at the Village
UN Lecture ...
Prof. Lawrence Preuss of the
political science department will
lecture on "Votes and Vetoes in
the United Nations" at 8 p.m. to-
day at West Court Community
Building. Prof. Preuss served in
the State Department during the
war and has a part in determining
the position of the American gov-
ernment at the San Francisco
Conference.
* * *
AV Meeting ...
The Willow Village AVG chap-
ter will hold a regular business
meeting at 7:30 p.m. today at West
Lodge. Reports will be given by
the Social and Local Affairs com-
mittees. Plans will be outlined for
the Detroit bus fare protest rally
to be held Friday.
Student Dance .
A University student dance will
be held ait 8:30 p.m. Friday at
West Lodge. Hal Jackson's or-
chestra will furnish the music.
l'AHigh Seniors
To Give Comedy
The senior class of Ann Ar-
bor High School will present Noel
Coward's comedy "Blithe Spirit"
at 8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday
in the high school auditorium.
Tickets will be on sale from 8
to 8:30 a.m. and again at 3:30
p.m. today on the second floor of
the high school. All seats must be
reserved.

'Holiday in Cuba...
"Holiday in Cuba," a color film
travelogue and the sequel to
"Mexican Holiday," will be pre-
sented at 8:30 p.m. today in Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre by Robert
Friers, a graduate of the Univer-
sity.
Scenes in the film include night
life in Havana, rhumbas, "jai-
alai," Oriental Park, Pinales Val-
ley, Varadero, a seashore resort,
the Isle of Pines in Santiago, and
pictures of Cuban home life and
places of business.
IRA Meeting . .
The Inter-Racial Association
executive council will meet at
4 p.m. today in the Union-to
formulate plans for a campus
rally in support of a Natio al
Anti-Lynching Bill.
Women Voters ...
"How Are Michigan Taxes in a
Bad Way?" will be the topic of a
panel discussion conducted by the
Ann Arbor chapter of the League
of Women Voters at 1:30 p.m. to-

day in the West Conference Room
of the Rackham. Building.
The meeting will be open to the
public.
'M' Wolverines . .
The Michigan Wolverines will
meet at 6:45 p.m. today at the
Union.
Lecture on Orient ...
Dr. H. G. Quaritch Wales will
present an illustrated lecture on
"Angkor and Borobobur Monu-
ments of Kher and Indo-Javanese
Culture" at 4:15 p.m. today in
the Rackham Amphitheatre.
*o *S *
European Students . .
The European Students Club
will meet at 7:30 p.m. today
in the International Center.
Russian Movie...
"Alexander Nevsky," Russian
historical film, will be shown at
8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday in
the Rackham Lecture Hall under
the auspices of the Russian Circle.

LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
, Wednesday, Dec. 4 at 8:30 P.M.
ROBE RT FRIERS
Presents America's Fastest, Funniest
COLOR FILM TRAVELOGUES
"HOLIDAY I CUBA"
Tickets 50c and 75c, plus tax-NOW ON SALE
Havana . .. Night life . . . Rhumba . .. Jai-alai . . . Vinalen's
Valley . . . Varadero Beach . . . Isle of Pines . . . Sntiago.
Auspices Sociedad Hispanica
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on Forest Ave between Withams and
Hill St. Reward! Call Margaret Al-
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LOST: Small brawn Suitcase, brown
leather edging. Sunday evening be-
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WILL the member of the Student Leg-
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please cell me at 2-4551. Gene Sik-
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LOST: Small gold charm in form of
gavel, with fraternity crest. Fincer
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TAKEN: Alaskan mouton coat, new,
from the Casbah, Nov. 29. Please re-
turn coat and belongings. Coat can
be identified. Nancy Walker, 459 Jor-
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NEW MOUTON COAT-Person mistak-
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dance last Wednesday, please return
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LOST: Gabardine topcoat lost in Mich-
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PHOTOSTATIC COPYING, Discharges,
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camera. Card & Camera Shop. )30
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO0RENT: Complete set of
tails for Dec 14 Size 42L. Please
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HELP WANTED
GIRLS, 17 and over. We will train you
for a career as a telephone operator.
An experienced operator is always in
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STUDENTS for part time work at soda
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TRANSPORTATION

FOR SALE: Wardrobe Cupboards, Elec-
tric Toaster, Scales, Carpet Sweepers,
small hand Vacuum Cleaner, 35"
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FOR SALE: Bart, Schaffner and Marx
Tails Coat end Vest, size 36 long.
Call Ted Bates, 2-6671. )7
FOR SALE: Girl's 3-piece blue wool
Snow Suit, size 3. Call 8410 after
1:00 P.M. )24
TAILS: Size 39. Worn only three times.
Call Murray, 2-3297. )5
FOR SALE: Camera, Speed Graphic: 4-
x5, F 4.7 Ecktar coated lens, Super-
matic shutter, coupled Kalart range
finder, Flash Gun, one doz. film
holders, case. Man's hard toe hockey
Skates, Ladies' white figure Skates,
man's shoe roller skates, fencing foils
and masks. Bill Lamb, 727 E. King-
sley. )13
MEDIUM SIZE Ponyhide Jacket, never
been worn, r riced for immediate sale.
Call 2-4401, 205 Allen Rumsey. )22
FOR XMAS-A Spaulding tennis rac-
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bill. All for $20. This is no snow
job. Call me, 2-7360, Dean McClusky,
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FOR SALE: One Dress Coat (tails) size
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GIRLS! FOR SALE-Tops in quality,
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MEN'S USED CLOTHES wanted. A bet-
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DISHWASHERS for noon and evening
meals wanted by Phi Sigma Kappa,
1043 Baldwin. Call house manager,
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g;aduate, class of 1924. John Alden
Buckler, 115 Catherine, Ypsilanti, tel.
Ypsi 3678W. Reverse charges. )1

WILL SHARE expenses in return for
ride to Georgia Dec. 20. Call 5974.)60
WANTED: Ride to Kansas City or vi-
cinity by two student veterans for
Christmas Holiday. Leaving about
Dec. 20. Will help drive and share
expenses. Call 7012. D. D. Sagaser.)61
TWO RIDES to vicintly of Indian-
apolis, or Muncie, Indiana, Dec. 20-21.
Students. Share expenses. Phone
8688, evenings. )2
STUDENT AND WIFE desire ride to
Philadelphia around Dec. 20. Will
help drive and share expenses. Bill
Taylor, No. 12 Vets Village, City. )28
WANTED: ride Tuscon, Ariz, around
20 Dec. Share driving and expenses.
Phone 2-45:91, Ext. 322 Tyler. )25
TWO STUDENTS would like ride to
eastern Montana. Share expenses and
help drive. Able to leave Dec. 20th.
Phone 2-2996. )15
WANTED: 2 Passengers to Jacksonville,
Florida. Leave December 20, return-
ing January 5. Phone 7981 evenings.
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Your bike can be expertly repaired
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FOR THEIR XMAS-
BUY A GALENS TAG

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THE RUSSIAN CIRCLE PRESENTS
THE GREATEST HISTORICAL FILM
EVER TO COME OUT OF RUSSIA
SERGEI EISENSTEIN'S
Rackham Lecture Hall
.Dcccnner 6th and 7th at 8:30 P.M.
Tickets.. 44e
at Wahr'S and the Union BJasolnciit

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