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TIIE MICHIGAN DAILY

I. HURSDAY, OC"OE",1947

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AGREEMENT FADES:
London Meeting May Decide
Future of Central Europeans

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By J. M. ROBERTS, JR.
AP Foreign Affairs Analyst
Next month's meeting of the
council of foreign ministers in
London may mark the end, for all
practical purposes, of the two-year
effort by the Western Powers to
obtain an agreement with Russia
on the future of Central Europe.
Slight Chance for Accord
I haven't seen anyone who
thinks there is the slightest
chance that agreement can be
reached on the Austrian and Ger-
man peace treaties. Relations be-
tween the United States and the
Soviet have passed completely out
of the negotiation stage, and each
side is now directing its efforts
toward fixing the blame for the
present state of the world and any
subsequent worsening.
Russia may have thought that
her inclusion of the French and
Italian Communist parties in her
new axis would frighten the West
into some sort of bargaining.
There is a bare possibility that
she will come up with a sugges-

tion that if the West will drop its
interference in her sphere, in-
cluding eastern Germany and
eastern Austria, she will confine
herself to its consolidation and
lay off further expansion. The
Bolshevists are just the sort of
"realists" who would fail to un-
derstand the West's abhorrance of
such an immoral deal.
Parting of Ways
Actually, the upshot of the Lon-
don conference is likely to see the
contending parties going entirely
separate ways. Russia may make
some formal moves to incorpor-
ate her occupation zones and some
of her satellites into the Soviet
Union, or she may just continue
the de facto incorporation as at
present.
Britain and the United States,
with France expected to join are.
going ahead full steam with their
plans to make western Germany a
vital producing center, a virtual
colony, for the resuscitation of
western Europe.

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ANTWERP HONORS U.S. WA
posed of U.S. and Belgian soldie
carriage as it moves through si
body of one of 5,600 U.S. war dea
which started homeward voyag
Connolly. The body aroundu
chosen anonymously. The dead
first to be returned from Europe
Rushees To State F
The fall semester's crop of rush-
ee's will have an opportunity to
express their choices of fraterni-
ties tomorrow, when a booth will
be set up and manned from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. outside of Rm. 2 in
University Hall.
No further period will be allott-
ed for the record number of rush-
ees to indicate their preferences,
+ Classified A
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 scooter, airplane
tires, windshield, A-1 condition. 535
S. Division. Ph. 23424, after 6 p.m. )6
MICROSCOPE: B. and L. with substage
lamp.sHigh dry, oil immersion ob-
jectives. Movable stage. Carrying
case. $210 complete. Also variable
speed centrifuge, new haemocytome-
ter. Gordon Haaxma, 608 Catherine,
Ph. 7098. )26
TAME young parakeets, $6 each. Can-
aries $10 up. Bird Supplies. 562 S.
Seventh. Ph. 5330. )3
FORD-1939 convertible coupe, me-
chanically sound, radio, heater, good
tires, economical. Ladd, 1231 Olivia.
)46
IT'S YOURS! 1947 club coupe super
de luxe Ford. Call Ypsi 20-20W2. )5
NEW TWO-BEDROOM HOUSE. Second
floor can be finished. Oil heat. Beau-
tiful location on 3 acres, good land,
six miles out. $10,500 eligible GI loan.
Oril Ferguson, 928 Forest, Phone 2-
2839. ) 36
.27 ENGAGEMENT RING. Will sell for
half price. Phone 2-1518 after 7 p.m.
Ask for Jack. )40
1942 SCHULT HOUSETRAILER, excel-
lent condition. Completely equipped.
Priced to sell. See R. H. Copithorn,
1022 S. Forest, Ann Arbor or A. Sel-
leck, 953 Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti.
1940 PACKARD 4-door sedan, model
110, excellent condition throughout.
Radio, heater, priced to sell. R. H.
Copithorn, 1022 &. Forest. )51
MISCELLANEOUS
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY for student.
39 coin operated radios for sale. Pos-
sible location for 25. 22995. )47
BdSINESS 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-

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RDEAD-Guard of honor con-
rs marches on either side of gun
treets of Antwerp, Belgium with
dI from military cemetery at Liege
eon Army Transport Joseph V.
wvhich ceremonies centered was
coming home on transport are
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[aternity Choie
Joe Wimsatt, the Inter-Fraternity
Council's rushing and pledging
chairman emphasized.e
Forms will be available for all
who have taken part in the eleven-
day rushing program, which ends
today, to list their choices. No
man may pledge a fraternity un-
less he files such a list, Wimsatt
pointed out.
Advertising +*
FOR RENT
MALE STUDENTS interested in rooms
on campus be at 538 N. Division, Sat-
urday, 11-12 a.m. )55
ROOMS for football weekend guests in
private homes. Phone Student Room
Bureau. 22239, 6- p.m. )18
ROOM for male student. 1346 Geddes.
27044. )48
HELP WANTED
WANTED: For sextet, one each alto
and tenor-men. Read and solo. Cal
Hugh 2-3189. )30
LOST AND FOUND
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. Onlyhrecently returned to
owner who had hopes of keeping it
for a while. Might need it again
soon. Call Bob M.g28487. )42
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: Student football ticket Section
25, Row 72, seat 25. Reward, call Elton
Price. Ypsilanti, 9216, )52
LOST: hose 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
PARKER 51 PEN. Silver and gray.
Broken plunger cap. Reward. Call
5132. ) 33
PAIR OF GLASSES lost on or around
campus Tuesday afternoon. Call M.
Miller, 2-1513. )19
PARKER 51. Grey with gold cap lost
Wednesday morning near East Quad-
rangle. Call David Millard, 2-4591.)57

PetitionBears
ChArgesM ade
Against Burke
Gov. Sigler To Attend
Hearing of Evidence1
By The Associated Press
LANSING, Oct. 8-Charges of
"misfeasance, malfeasance, cor-
rupt conduct and gross neglect of
duty" were lodged against William
H. Burke, assistant director of
the State Corrections Department
today in a petition asking Gov-

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The formal charges were filed (esR
y Attorney General Eugene F. pcrt
3lack at the request of Sigler,
vho will hear the evidence against -
3urke, Oct. 27.C
At the same time he will hear
charges against J. Fred Mun-
nell, director of the prison in-
dustries. The formal charges
against Munnell will be filed to-
morrow, Black said.
Both actions result from an in-
estigation of the state prison
ystem ordered last spring by
3overnor Sigler. In the main they
ave been publicized before.
Specifically, Burke was charged
vith having obtained for his own
se from the industries a $1,500
tainless steel kitchen cabinet, sets
f venetian blinds, a picnic table
nd trellis, and certain clothing.
Burke was accused in the pe-
tition of knowingly permitting:
Employes and officers of the
orrections department to pur-
hase prison-made goods illegally,
sometimes on credit, the larceny
>f state materials and goods, con-
ealment of larceny by charging
t to state agencies, improper use
>f state labor and vehicles, re-
aining two habitual drunkards
n positions of responsibility, per-
nitting petty cash funds to be
tsed for loans to employes, and
ailing to keep proper records.
The petition also charged
Burke condrted a "superficial"
investigation which "white-
washed' the prison industries. -
Among the "whitewashed" is- (
ues, the petition said, were an in-
lustries official accepting a $700 .
ift from the purchaser of war
;urplus goods; that Munnel, Jesse
Shanks, garment shop superin-
;endent, and Alfred S. Goldstein, a
overnment inspector, participat-
d in the marketing of an in-
nate's invention; and irregular
ayments of $25,000 in overtime
to industries employes without
withholding tax deductions.
Observaory Open
To 'Star-Gazers'
Star clusters and nebulae may
e seen by "star-gazers" at-
ending the Visitors' Night of the
Jniversity Observatory, from 7:30
to 9:30, Friday.
University astronomers will at- I
empt to show two star clusters
and two nebulae, if time permits.
Visitors may see the globular star
dluster in Hercules, the ring neb-
ala in Lyrae, the Andromeda neb-
la, and a star cluster in the
Milky Way.
The Observatory is located at
the corner of E. Ann and Ob-
ervatory Streets. It will not be
pen, of course, if the sky is
loudy. Children will be admitted
f they are accompanied by adults.
Musical
Supplies
REEDS - STRINGS
Complete

['Handbook
en g Planned
1 campus organizations are
ested to compile complete in-
ation on their respective
ps for the next "M" Hand-
and forward it to Bob Hol-
at the Union student offices
ie near future, according to a
n spokesman.
blished by the Union, this
aal booklet is planned to ac-
nt all students of the Uni-
ty with some of the informa-
that is inseparable from the
ersity of Michigan.
ie "M" Handbook for 1947-48,
h is now on sale at the Union
desk and the League travel
. contains 95 pages of highly
inent information.
lontinuous from 1 P.M.
- STARTS TODAY --
A LOUGH-AND-LOVE:
STORY ABOUT A
DIZZY GUY!
Also
FISHERMAN'S
NIGHTMARE
Invisible World
Mouse News
- COMING SUNDAY -
OPACABANA'

U' High Aids School in Holland

University High School has ven-
tured into the field of foreign re-
lations, and according to the evi-
dence now on display in its hall
showcase, the school has scored a
notable success.
Because the graduating class of
University High in 1946 contrib-
uted $225 to sponsor a school in
Europe, the children of Groede,
Holland, are once again producing
notebooks, maps and other school-l
room handiwork such as may be
seen in the exhibit.
The articles were sent from the
Holland school by its principal, J.

7T5 N. UNIVERSITY

ART CINEMA LEAGUE presents
IUN C A p .NE. T DE BAL)
with
RAIMU LOUIS JOUVET .
I",,, HARRY BAUR FRANCOIS ROSAY 1
(English titles - French dialogue)
Thurs.,Fri.,Sat. - Oct.9/ 10, 11 :30P.M.
LYDIA MEN DELSSOH N THEATRE
BOX OFFICE OPENS WEDNESDAY 2 P.M.
Admission 50c (tax incl.) Reservations, Phone 6300

J. deJonge, and were accompanied
by a letter describing the school.
To better acquaint the Ameri-
can donors with the locality, de-
Jonge also sent views of the town,
the school children and a Dutch
windmill built in 1631 which are
also included in the exhibit.
Since the original contribution,
University High has also dis-
patched clothing, soap, school
equipment and an aclitional $400
for the support of the school.
From their meager resources,
the Dutch, in return, plan to send
the local school a supply of tulip
bulbs as an expression of their
friendship.

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