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.n x ____THE MICHICAN t DMZY

WEDNESDAY 'C

COOPERATIVE SPRIT:
Closer Agreement Between All Campus
Cooperatives Urged at National Convention

Art Cinema Will Present
Tarnet de Bal,' French Film

By JOHN MORRIS
Sights were set on closer agree-
ment between campus coopera-
tives in different sections of the
country, in the national conven-
tion of the North American Stu-
Educators Will
Air Problems
Education officials from every
state in the Union will gather here
Oct. 27 for a nine-day discussion
of the problems of rural education.
The educators, representing
state departments of education,
will study methods .to improve
present practices of rural educa-
tion. This is the first conference
of this type to include represen-
tatives from the entire country.
State school officers and their
staffs will be assisted in their
work on rural education by top
flight educators at the , Univer-
sity.

dent Cooperative League, held re-
-ently in Berkeley, Calif.
Optimism and a "spirit of co-
Dperation" characterized the con-
'erence, a change from the former
insistance on "local autonomy,"
Jean Curtis and Werner Blumen-
hal, University delegates, noted.
Also apparent was a trend
toward greated cooperation be-
tween student co-ops and coopera-
tive food stores, gas stations and
wholesalers, Blumenthal said.
Sectional Variations
Co-ops in other sections of the

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central purchasing and a small
amount of individual student
work, as at the University. Michi-
gan's co-ops, though, are among
the least expensive in the nation,
he pointed out.
Difference in Membership
Actual membership varies from
campus to campus, reaching 800
at the University of California at
Berkeley, Blumenthal said. Mem-
bership in the Inter-Cooperative
Council here is approximately 175.
Texas delegates reported con-
struction of a large dormitory,
built to co-op specifications on
their campus. Designed to house
80 students, the new dormitory
was built at a substantial saving
through application of coopera-
tive principles, they said.
Country-Wide Representation
The NASCL conference drew 48
students to Berkeley, Calif., repre-
senting campus cooperatives
throughout the country. A con-
ference of delegates from the mid-
west area will be held at Chicago
later this month.

An old dance-program supplies
the plot for "Carnet de Bal,"
prize-winning French film to be
shown by the Art Cinema League
at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow through
Saturday at Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
Gale Reports
n Mundt B1
A report on the progress of
the Mundt Bill was made Monday
at a meeting of the University
Committee on Intercultural Rela-
tions by Dr. Esson M. Gale, chair-
mail.
The bill, which supports the
State Department's program of
promotion of the interchange of
persons, knowledge and skills be-
tween the people of the United
States and other countries, was
advocated by the committee. Final
passage of the bill failed in the'
Senate last session.
Correspondence with Senators
Vandenberg and Ferguson and
Representative Michener regard-
ing the Mundt Bill was read at
the meeting.

country differ in several ways
from those at the University,
where Michigan House, estab-
lished in 1932 and recently aban-
doned, was one of the first stu-
dent co-ops in the nation, Blum-
enthal said.
Mass purchasing has effected
savings in food costs in some areas,
while several campus co-op groups
operate central kitchens from
which the food is delivered torthe
individual houses.
Savings are effected through

Included in the cast are the holarships Student C apt
outstanding French stars: Raimu.
Fernandel, Harry Baur, Pierre T A request for recognition of the
Blanchar and Francoise Rosay. C(adid aes TO Meet Young Progressive Citizens of
"Carnet de Bal" tells of a young Friday in Angell Hall America has been submitted to the
widow who finds the dance-pro-
gram f he firt bal amng aCommittee on Student -Afairs,
gram of her first ball among a Students interested in applying John H. Sloss, of the Ann Arbor
collection of souvenirs from be-
fore her marriage and decides to for Rhodes Scholarships for 1948 PCA chapter, said yesterday.
look up each of the men whose may now obtain application] YPCA aims to promote greater
names are on the program, blanks from Prof. Clark Hopkins interest in democratic processes of
In a disillusioning series of in Rm. 2024 Angell Hall. government by actual student par-
meetings, she finds each of the A preliminary meeting for all ticipation Sloss declared.
men leading his own life, and at candidates for the Scholarships Prof. Wilfred Kaplan, of the
last completely discouraged, she candides vfrste lSchol i mathematics department, chair-
takes her son to his first dance. to Oxford University will be held man of the Association of Univer-
Reserved tickets for "Carnet de at 4:15 p.m. Friday in Rm. 2003 sity of Michigan Scientists, has
Bal" will go on sale from 2 to Angell Hall. Applicationblanks agreed to act as YPCA adviser.
8:30 p.m. today through Saturday aStudent Interest Shown
at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre box In addition to ordinary appoint-
office in the League. ents, the Rhodes Trustees have Large audiences turning out for
created a limited number of War lectures and meetings on current
Service Scholarships, open to stu- political problems, Sloss said, dem-
Rev. Verduin Will Lead dents with at least one year of onstrate that a large portion of
I war service, the student body is interested in
Bible Discussion Today Candidates for the War Service the movement.
Rev. Leonard Verduin, of the Scholarships will be required to Objectives of the new organiza-
Student Evangelical Chapel, will have only one year of college work tion, Sloss enumerated, include:
prior to applying, in comparison free, equal and adequate educa-
lead a discussion of Corinthians at with the two years needed for tional opportunity for all Ameri-
Michigan Christian Fellowship's Rhodes Scholarship eligibility. cans regardless of race, creed,
Bible study hour to be held at 8 Married candidates will also be color or national origin; academic
p.m. today in the Upper Room of accepted .for the War Service freedom, and responsibility to
Lane Hall. Scholarships. democratize administration and
Age limitations for the War curricula so as to make the edu-
Service scholarships have also
rU~~W1U~TE-1 been rlevamped so that men who, otnos rm1PM
at any time since Oct. 1, 1940 were Cntn fr 1
J between the ages of 19 and 25 =ar
years, will be eligible. Only men
Rwho will be at least 19 and not
FOR RENT over 25 years by Oct. 1, 1948, are
HALF OF attractive double room for eligible for the regular Rhodes _ NOW
graduate or professional woman, just Scholarships.
made available by students' with- Both scholarships are limited to
drawal from school, 1212 Cambridge maoh cholashiph areliedsto
Court. Tel. 21871. )41 male citizens with at least five Y Gowing
years' domicile in the United St o f
MALE STUDENTS interested in rooms States. Selection of candidates is
on campus be at 538 N. Division, Sat- based on general qualities, men-e r
urday, 11-12 a.m. )55 tal, moral and physical.
ROOMS forrfotball weekndaguests I

CUANDAN
f12 East William -One Block from State St.
LUNCHEON SPECIALS
Hot Turkey Sandwich, mashed potatoes,
vegetable, coffee and dessert..............75c
Chile con Carne, mashed potatoes, vegetable,
home-made rolls, coffee anC dessert ......... 85c
Hamburger Special with French fries and
dessert ................................... 55c
Deliciously different Indian foods served every evening
in addition to tasty, home-cooked American meals.
Hoars 11:30 to 1:30, 5 to 8. Closed Mondays

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FOR SALE
1942 TRAILER, 29 ft. sleeps 4, plenty
of closets, A-1 condition. Ph. 9393,
after 5 p.m., lot A-12, 2740 Packard.
)58
UGLY SIX-FOOTER'S two-speed light-
weight bicycle with A & P basket.
New Mesinger saddle, pedals, hanger,
and chain. License 2881 at State The-
atre, Phone 9034 before Saturday. )50
ONE CABINET model radio, one table
model combination, one cabinet
model combination. Call 4489. )15
1934 TERRAPLANE. Remarkable condi-
tion. 63,000 actual miles. R. E. N. Call
210 Anderson House. 2-4591. )2
1946 CUSHMAN motor scooter, two
speed shift. Used six months. Call
2-0335 after 7 p.m. )8
CUSHMAN MOTOR ccooter, airplane
tires, windshield, A-1 condition. 535
S. Division. Ph. 23424, after 6 p.m. )6
MICROSCOPE: B. and L. with substage
lamp. High dry, oil immersion ob-
jectives. Movable stage. Carrying
case. $210 complete. Also variable
speed centrifuge, new haemocytomo-
ter. Gordon Haaxma, 608 Catherine,
Ph. 7098. )26
MEN'S USED CLOTHING bought and
sold at Sam's Store, 122 E. Washing-
ton. ) 45
TAME young parakeets, $6 each. Can-
aries $10 up. Bird Supplies. 562 S.
Seventh. Ph. 5330. )3

FOR SALE
WHIZZER MOTORBIKE: Generator
lights, saddle bags, speedometer, 318
Prescott House, East Quad, 2-4591. )40
FORD-1939 convertible coupe, me-
chanically sound, radio, heater, good
tires, economical. Ladd, 1231 Olivia.
)46
MISCELLANEOUS
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY for student.
39 coin operated radios for sale. Pos-
sible location for 25. 22995. )47
BUiSINESS SERVICES
HORSES BOARDED. $30 - $40. The
Hackamore. 3351 N. Maple Rd. Phone
25-8207. )24
BY ESTABLISHED tradition we do all
types of sewing, alterations, formal
restyling. Hildegarde Sewing Shop.
116 E. Huron. Phone 24669. )29
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A. A. 2-0298. W. O.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
PHOTOSTATIC COPYING, discharges,
birth certificates, drawings enlarged
or reduced. Leave your work at Wikel
Drug Co. )21
RADIOS REPAIRED. Careful work
reasonable prices. Open evenings for
convenience of students. Radio Doc-
tors, 512 E. William, 2-0671. )15
TYPING: Theses, term papers, address-
es, etc. Duplicating: Notices, form
letters, programs. A2 Typing Service,
208 Nickels Arcade, phone 9811. )38

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U4iWerjf /uiwct 0Societ

1937 FORD COUPE. Good motor, $250.
Joe Dilley, West Lodge, phone Ypsl
9213. )53

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JARIN BRANZELL, Contralto .. .

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PATRICE MUNSEL, Soprano ....... October 18
CHICAGO SYMPHONY .... October 26-7 P.M.
Artur Rodzinski, Conductor
DANIEL ERICOURT, Pianist ..... November 4
CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA . .November 9-7 P.M.
George Szell, Conductor
SET SVANHOLM, Tenor ..........November 14
WESTMINSTER CHOIR .......November 24
John Finley Williamson, Conductor
DON COSSACK CHORUS.........December 2
Serge Jaroff, Conductor
BOSTON SYMPHONY...........December 8
Serge Koussevitzky, Conductor
MYRA HESS, Pianist ..............January 10
MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY. February 15-7 P.M.
Dimitri Mitropoulos, Condutor

"IT'S THE
TALK OF THE TOWN"
TOM McNALL'S O
. . . featuring .. .
Vocals by JACKIE WARD
Opening SUNDAY, October 12
at the NEW
(near State Theatre)
INFORMAL DANCING
Every Sunday from 7:00 P.M.
Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 P.M.
Open Dates:
after Pitt Game, 6:00 to 8:00 P.M.
Oct. 18, Nov. 15, Nov. 29
Booked only thru Phone 2-3201

ROOMS for football weekend guests in
private homes. Phone Student Room
Bureau. 22239, 6-8 p.m. ) 18
ROOM for male student. 1346 Geddes.
27044. -)48
HELP WANTED
PERSONS interested in direct sales
work. $25. 15 hour week. Wednesday,
7:30 p.m., room 302 Michigan Union.
MALE STENOGRAPHER. Steady part-
time work. Call 7715 for appointment.
)36
WANTED: For sextet, one each alto
and tenor men. Read and solo. CMI
Hugh 2-3189. )30
WANTED: COOK EXPERIENCED, for
Alpha Chi Sigma fraternity, room,
board and salary, entirely new kit-
chen and equipment; to start about
Oct. 15. Phone L. Edwards, 2-8312.
1319 Cambridge. )57
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Pair of brown shell rimmed
glasses in cab or near Union, 10:30
Saturday night. "Meyer Zendel, Op-
tician" on black case. Call 6922.
Gladys Relkin. )4
LADIES WRIST WATCH. Yellow gold
with black cord band. Lost Friday
on S. Division between Jefferson and
Washington, Reward. Call 20366. )12
LOST: A Log-Log Duplex Trig. slide-
rule in black case Friday. Reward.
Call Victor J. Jamal, 8971 betweeen
5 and 6. ) 54
LOST: Saturday-Fraternity pin (Delta
Sigma Delta). Lost on way to Sta-
dium. Only recently returned to
owner who had hopes of keeping it
for a while. Might need it again
soon. Call Bob M. 28487. )42
LOST-Pi Phi Sorority pin on campus
on Monday. Please notify Eileen
Hickey, 2-4514. Reward. )56
LOST: Black change purse containing
money. Lost on Forest and Hill. Call
25587. ) 22
LOST: After game Saturday. 2 football
tickets in section 30 and 33. Please
return. Call 6596. Virginia Vieg. )20
LOST: Black calf billfold between P.O.
and University Hall. Phone 2-6484.
Reward. )44
LOST: Student football ticket Section
25, Row 72, seat 25. Reward, call Elton
Price. Ypsilanti, 9216. )52
LOST: Rose gold Bulova wrist watch
with expansion bracelet in Union
wash room. Saturday. Watch has
great personal value. Will finder
please contact Robt. Jay Smith, Dorm
18, West Lodge, Phone 9215. )14
LOST: Student football ticket, Section
28, Row 71, Seat 4. Finder please re-
turn to Frances Little, 2534 Stock-
well. ) 43
RED-BROWN MEXICAN WALLET, be-
tween Publications Building, depot
and Stockwell. Finder please call 2-
4471, Rm. 5504. )33
PARKER 51, silver top, light blue. Lost
Thursday night. Bad~y needed. Stu
Hertzberg, 328 Michigan House, W.
Quad, phone 2-4401. )51

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COMING!!

IN PERSON!!

DETROIT SYMPHONY ........... February 23
Karl Krueger, Conductor
G 9 RES ENESCO, Violinist ........ March 2
ALEXANDER BRAILOWSKY, Pianist.. March 10
CINCINNATI SYMPHONY . ........ March 18
Thor Johnson, Conductor

FRED WARING
AND HIS
PENNSYLVANIANS
sponsored by the
University of Michigan Men's Glee Club
at Hill Auditorium
October 31 and November 1, 1947 8:30 P.M.
(Use this convenient form for ordering concert tickets)
University of Michigan
Men's Glee Club
Michigan Union
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Enclosed find check or money order for $.........
for tickets to the Fred Waring concert-number, performande
and section as indicated below.
Friday. Oct. 31, 8:30 P.M. Saturday, Nov. 1, 8:30 P.M.

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