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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1946

NO FIREWATER:
Dissatisfied Pueblo Vets
Want To Modernize Tribe

By WILLIAM HYDE
Many veterans returning to the
Pueblo Indian villages along the Rio
Grande Valley are dissatisfied with
their post-war lot, Prof. Leslie A.
White, chairman of the anthropology
department, said yesterday.
Prof. White, who visited New Mex-
ico last summer for the first time
since the war, said that although
many of the Indians were drafted
and served with the U. S. armed
forces in the Philippines, Bataan,
Corregidor and in Europe, they are
still forbidden by an old federal
U nknown Thief
Raids Chi Phi
Chi Phi fraternity and a University
student living at Willow Run were
victims of a recent series of local rob-
beries which have netted the thieves
$1,029 in cash and a necklace valued
at $50.
The fraternity reported that a to-
tal of $364 was stolen from 12 differ-
ent rooms in the house. Detectives
believe the robbery must have oc-
curred sometime after 4 a.m. yester-
day since several students had been
studying up to that time.
Miss Ada Berkey, who lives at Wil-
low fun, reported the theft of a pearl
necklace to deputies, saying she
thought it had been taken from her
room while she was attending classes.
Police officials warned students to
secure their valuables at night so
they would not be inviting robberies.
'U' Film Widely Known
"Michigan n the March", the sound
nr mYn picture which tells the story
of te University during wartime is
now in world-wide use, T. Hawley
Tapping, General Secretary of the
Alumni Association has revealed.

statute to vote or to buy liquor.
Pueblo men do not customarily drink
very much, he added, but the young
men learned to drink while in the
service.
Indians Want Suffrage
Some of the Indians, Prof. White
said, have purchased land outside the
reservations in hope that payment of
taxes on the land would entitle them
to suffrage and the other rights of
American citizens.
Pueblo vets are now having diffi-
culties with the officials and digni-
taries of the tribe, who want them to
resume their native dress and cus-
toms, Prof. White said. A few of the
veterans are already reconverting,
he said, letting their hair grow long,
Pueblo-fashion. In one of the largest
and most conservative Pueblos, how-
ever, veterans have formed an Ameri-
can Legion post and have put up a
large sign outside their headquarters
bearing their name and post num-
ber, he said.
Unemployment Compensation
Although Pueblo Indians do not
work for each other for money under
their economic system, Prof. White
reported, the veterans who own farms
may work their land and still collect
their unemployment compensation
checks from the government with
perfect equanimity.
One unhappy warrior married a
Scotch girl while overseas and she
bore him a child, Prof. White said,
but the old men of the tribe will not
permit the veteran to bring his fam-
ily to live in his house on the reserva-
tion because the wife is considered an
outsider. He added that the fellow
has temporarily "solved" his prob-
lem by staying drunk on his weekly
checks from the USES, while his fam-
ily remain in England.
Prof. White said he knows of only
two Pueblo veterans going to school'
under the G.I. Bill of Rights; they are
studying agriculture.

Watercolors
To Be Exhibited
At Art 1useum
A jcint cxlhibition of watercolors by
Dong Kingman aInd De Hirsh Mar-
gules and Univerity-owned works of;
art will open to the public today at
the new University Museumi of Art in
Alumni Meiorial H1alI.
The exhibition consists of 50 paint-
ings, 25 by each artist, which are
being circulated by the Western Asso-
ciation of Art IvMuum Directors, and
is the first of a s'i es planned to run
throughout tlie year. Ti' Museum
will be open irom 2 to 5 p.m. every
afternoon except Monday .
Kingman, who studied art in Hong
Kong, and RL0oui manian-born Mar-
gules are widely known contemporary
American painters. Their work will
be on display through Oct. 27 in the
west gallery. The north and south
galleries will contain an exhibit of
objects from the University's art col-
lection.
Three French and Belgian tapes-
tries dating from the early sixteenth
century and a processional cross at-
tributed to Neri di Bieci, which were
given to the University in 1942 by
Baroness Maud Ledyard von Kette-
ler, form a part of the exhibit.
The Museum, created July 1, 1946
to unify the facilities for the study of
fine arts, is used to supplement teach-
ing in the Department of Art and the
College of Architecture and Design.
Professor Jean Paul Slusser, Director
of the Museum, invited all students
interested in art to attend the exhibi-
tions this year.
Foreign Students To Meet
"A Century and More of Interna-
tional Education at the University"
will be the theme of the assembly and
reception for foreign students to be
held at 7:30 pi.n today in Rackham
Auditorium.

SAYS JAPAN SUCCESSFULLY TESTED ATOM BOMB - David Snell,
former Atlanta Constitution reporter recently returned from service
with the Twenty-fourth Criminal Investigation Detachment operat-
ing in Korea, looks over the final draft of the copyrighted story in
Atlanta, Ga., which is appearing in the Constitution. In the story
Snell states that Japan developed and successfully tested an atomic
bomb three days before the war ended.
SIGMA RHO TAU:
Enginerring Speech Society
Will Plan ro grams Today

Church News
Student religious activities today Following the football game,
will include open houses at well as WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN
religious services. GUILD will serve supper. The meal
Yom Kippur services, conducted by will be concluded in time for evening
Rabbi Herschel Lyman, will be held activities.
at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. today in the * * *
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. GAMMA DELTA, Lutheran student
At the morning services, Rabbi Ly- club, will hold an open house after
man will discuss "Atonement for the football game, 4:30 to 6 p.m. to-
What.'.' Memorial services will be day.
held at 4 p.m.
,**Read and Use the
B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDA-
TION will hold a Yom Kippur open Classified Directory
house tonight at the foundation.
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The National Council of Sigma
Rho Tau will hold a dinner today at
5:30 p.m. in Rm. 103 in the Union.
The engineering speech society will
meet to discuss and prepare a pro-
gram of debates and arrange for
various speakers to appear at their
future meetings.
Members of the National Council

who will attend the dinner include
Prof. H. D. Warner of the University
of Detroit, who is president of Sig-
ma Rho Tau; National Director Ro-
bert D. Brackett of the University of
Michigan; National Secretary W. H.
Hoover of Wayne University and Na-
tional Treasurer Sherman W. Smith
of Toledo University.

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WANTED TO RENT

A YOUNG INDIAN LADY' desires to have
a room. Preferably a single, but willing
to share with girl student. Please call'
Mr. Parikh or Shah between 8 and 10
p.m. Telephone 4971. )66
SINGLE asst. prof. wants single room or
apt. with or without garage. Room 423,
Michigan Union. )29
WANTED
MEN'S USED CLOTHES wanted. A better
price paid. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. )14
WANTED: to buy or rent for this semester
-"Bacteriology" by Buchanan and Bu-
chanan. Call Janet, 9158. )18

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ONE STUDENT Football Season Ticket.
Sec. 35, row 65 or 66, Seat 12. Finder
please leave same at Daily office and col-
lect reward. )34
LOST: Athletic coupon book, No. 50. Please
contact Albert Bareis, 519 5th, or Athlet-
ic Office. )33
FOUND: Woman's black gloves. Near ob-
servatory last Friday. Identify. Phone
Stockwell, Rm. 4054, Ann Davis. )36
LOST: Shaeffer pen, black barrel and gold
cap, in or near Engineering Bldg. Call
7059. ) 37
LOST: Blue suitcase initialed J.H.L. Taken
by cab from station Sept. 16, destination
West Quadrangle. Art Lloyd, 2-4401. )17
LOST: Sorority pin - Collegiate Sorosis.
Name onback: Suzanne Toepel. Reward.
Phone 2-1738 )84
LOST: Parker '51 in vicinity of Arboretum.
Name in filler cap. Contact Lans Jones
2-6674. Reward! )83
LOST: Season Skipper - Sand gaberdine,
Thursday night in the League. $15 Re-
ward. Call 4759. )81
LOST: One Student Admission Football
Season Ticket, Sec. 32, Row 69, Seat 14,
Finder call Jo, 5517 Stockwell. )78
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Cigarette vending Machine
Business. Five machines. Good locations.
Call Ralph Moore-3921. )76
SILVER blended racoon coat. (Ladies 14).
$350 value. worn less than one season.
$250 or best offer. Call 4046 evenings. )21
FOR SALE: Man's bicycle, oversize frame,

balloon tires. Man's suit, size 38, double-
breasted, oxford grey, excellent condi-
tion. $25 each. Phone 4846 )63
HELP WANTED
MEN STUDENTS wanted to set pins for.
Women's Athletic Association Bowling
Club. 3 to 5 p.m., Mon., Tues., Wed.,
Nov. 18-Dec. 18; Feb. 24-April 3 at Ann
Arbor Recreation. $2 per day. Full or
part time. Call Gwen Sperlich, 2-3494
or 2-2569. )30
FOUNTAIN HELP: Top pay. Evenings and
weekends. Apply in person to Witham
Drug. ) 32
FOUNTAIN HELP: Girl or young lady to
work at soda fountain. Full time or
mornings. No evenings or Sundays.
Swift's Drug Store, 340 S. State St.,
Phone 3534. )39
CUNNINGHAM'S
SODA FOUNTAIN
Women and girls needed for soda fountain
sales clerks. Day work. Good pay. Meals
and uniforms furnished.
Attention: students and students' wives;
whe are in a position to arrange a schedule
to conform with your available hours-
either full or part time.
Apply at 226 S. Main St., Cunningham
Drug Co. )26
LIGHT ASSEMBLY WORK: Hours 8 to 5.
40 hour week. Pleasant surroundings.
Good working conditions. VOKAR CORP.
7300 Huron River Drive, Dexter, Mich.
)54
MUSICIANS: Piano and 1st trumpet for
dance orchestra, using all special ar-
rangements. Phone 7590. )10
HELP WANTED: If a telephone job appeals
to you there are a few positions available
for women in our Traffic Department.
Experience is not necessary. Supervisory
positions are filled from within the or-
ganization. Apply at Michigan Bell Tel-
ephone Co., 323 E. Washington St. )64

BUSINESS SERVICES
HOUSEMOTHERS, sororities, fraternities
Let me help you with your bookkeepinge
Nominal monthly charge. Call Charles
Koethen at 2-4925 between 6 and 7 p.m.
)65
MISCELLANEOUS
LAUNDRY WANTED of men's shirts, wom-
en's personal clothing and fine linens.
Inquire at 437 S. 4th or phone 9692. )31
MIDWAY Bicycle shop, 322 E. Liberty. We
have rebuilt used bikes for sale. Your
bike can be expertly repaired also. )56
INTERESTED in playing Rugby? Anyone
wanting to play or learn, contact any of
the following: Louis Fourie, phone 9559;
H. Earl Russel, 2-3236; Basil Kantqy, 2-
4401, Wenley 108. )28
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD available at new wom-
en's Co-operative House. Call 2-2218. Os-
terweil Co-op House, 338 E. Jefferson. )35
SINGLE ROOM in private home for post-
graduate girl with breakfast and laundry
privileges. Call after 6, 2-2413 )77
HOUSES FOR SALE
CAMPUS EAST -- Pretentious 18 - room
house; oil-steam heat; spacious land-
scaped grounds. Call 7805. E. A. Lechner.
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