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THE MICHMAN DAILY --"

'MSDAY, OCT013ER i4,'194?

k ' CACTUS ODYSSEY:
// Nw Prof._vn n ^L.:=Clover TO Tell of Trip
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Europe Faced with Economic Collapse,
Communist Revolution Threatens China

ain's traditional role as world
stabilizer. Oil, Russian aspira-
tions in the Eastern Mediterran-
ean and the Persian Gulf, all of
our relations with the Moslem
world (which have been good but
are now deteriorating) are involv-
ed.
The United States, blocked by
Russia at every turn in Korea,
has thrown that problem into the
lap of a United Nations' Organi-
zation which is poorly equipped to
handle it, as witness the futility
of its efforts merely to stop a little
shooting in Indonesia or do any-
thing about the Greek situation.
Behind the scenes, the United
States is still hoping to rescue
Poland and Czechoslovakia from
Russian hegemony, and has not
entirely given up on the rest of
Russia's new sphere.

By JACOB IHURWTTZ
After a seven ani a half month
odyssey, searching for cacti in the
Guatemalan desert, Prof. K. U.
Clover returned recently to the
comparativ-eiace of her office in
the botany depar-tment.
The trip, Prof. Clover reports,
produced some interesting speci-
mens. She found forests of tree-
like cacti growing to a height of
forty feet along the river valleys
of the desert. In the Motagua
River Valley she saw curious epi-
phytic cacti and orchids living on
larger cacti, deriving their nour-
ishment from the air.
To Give Lecture
Prof. Clover will give an illus-
trated lecture on "Collecting Cacti
in the Zacapa Desert, Guatemala,"
at 4:00 p.m. Wednesday in Rm.
1139 Natural Science Building,
showing color stills of her trip.
The views include some general
scenic stills of Guatemala to in-
troduce the subject, a trip down

the Rio Dulce,

flowers, and specimens of desert
cacti.
Roughed It
To find the cacti, orchids and
mosses which she set out for, Prof.
Clover says that she had to rough
it in the best Mark Twain fashion
much of the time. Once she lived
in an isolated shack cooking her
food on.a one-burner stove. Some-
times s'he Stayed in native villages,
but she preferred the missions
where the food was cooked and
the water boiled.
Guatemala is a beautiful coun-
try, but the beauty'that impressed
Prof. Clover most was that travel-
ling from Cobap in the interior_
to Livingston on the Caribbean
Sea by bus, narrow gauge railway,
mailboat and finally by dugout
canoe along the Rio Dulce.

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GIRLS AT GERMAN CAMP--Lithuanian, Estonian, Ukrainian an'd Polish girls from the U.S. zone of Germany go through their morn-

ing exercises at a'camu at Grafenaschau, where they enjoy a two weeks' holiday.
Dean Walter Reveals New Pledge List

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Art School Display
"Modern American Homes", an
exhibition distributed by the Mus-
eum of Modern Art in New York
City, are on display till Oct. 27
in the first floor corridor of the
Art School.
Photographs showing the va-
riety of contemporary architectu-
ral solutions, as opposed to the
standard and inflexible form of
traditional houses, are included in
the display. Accompanying the
pictures are cartoons illustrating
the dilemmas involved in building
a house.
SERVING HOURS:
11 A.M.4:30 P.M. 5-7 P.M.
"Known for Good Food"i
The TAVERN
CAFETERIA
338 Maynard Street

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sen, John Miloyevich, John E.
Powers, Harold R. Raymond, Ed-
ward Reifel, James W. Root, Don-
ald James Beldman.
Phi Gamma Delta: Dean S.
Barnard, Robert J. Brungraber,
Charles S. Cornwell, John G. Don-
aldson, James A. Ebersole, Allen
Jackson, Robert O. Knecht, Rich-
ard H. McWilliams, Charles H.
Norwood, George E. Olson, Charles
R. Precious, Andrew C. Pringle,
George S. Sutherland, Charles D.
Thomas, William R. Upthebrove.
Phi Kappa Psi: Thomas Foster,
Charles Greenwald, William Had-
ley, Hugh Kennedy, Lauren
Kretchmar, Alan R. Krueger,
Lawrence Charles Lander, William
Lippincott, Robert W. Marshall,
Herbert Lester Popp, John Ran-
dall Potter, David Robb, Richard
Smith, John Syverson, David Lee
Tennent, Frank A. Thorn.
Phi Kappa Tau: Cleabe A. Best
George W. Eyster, John Linville,
Theodore N. Noel, Robert B. Scott.
Phi Sigma Delta: William H.
Blumenthal, George S. Drechsler,
Murray H. Gray, Norman H.

Kroll, Alvin Kaplan, Fred R. Kaye,
Martin Kohlenberg, Maurice G.
Levine, David L. Michael, Richard
Sanders, Norman P. Schafer,
Herbert J. Shure, Robert B. Stahl,
Jerome P. Subar.
Phi Sigma Kappa: Bruce H. Ben-
nett, John W. Bunyan, James A.
Chipman, Romon C. Darnell,
Robert K. Dawdy, Donald Dulude,
Charles R. French, Lawrence R.
Gabriel, Robert A. Green, Joseph
E. Gyourko, John C. Hancock,
Cecil N. Hinman, Frederick W.
Kirk, Richard J. Lamb, Francis S.
Luse, George S. Mulroy, Theron
C. Mock, John R. Montrose,
Charles S. Porter, Ottomar A.,
Roth, Harry M. Sartin, Donald P.
Schroeder, John P. Sellers, Brad-
ford Stone, George W. Vosper,
Frederick L. Webber, William W.
Wells, George E. Westerholm,
Fred W. Willis.
Pi Lambda Phi: Sheldon L. Al-
kon, Jay W., Allen, Sidney Am-
ster, Gerald J. Briskin, Bernie
Fahn, Alfred J. Frank, Kaye
Frank, William S. Frank, Lloyd
Gilden, Herbert W. Gordon, Mark
D. Gross, Tom H. Lang, Marvin J.
Lubeck, Alvin F. Mecklenberger,

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West of Belleville on Huron River Drive
Hay Rides by Arrangement
50660 Huron River Drive Call Ypsi 1038-W2

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FULLEST MEASURE
OF DINING PLEASURE
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON
and DINNER
AFTER-TH EATER SNACKS
OPEN 7:30 A.M.-11 :30 P.M. o
313 SOUTH STATE
Sylvia Studio of Dance
OVER MICHIGAN THEATRE
Beginning Classes
ctn-
Fox Trot, Rhumba, Samba,
Waltz, Tango
Under the direction of
Mr.Louis Elvin

MISCELLANEOUS
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY for student.
39 coin operated radios for sale. Pos-
sible location for 25. 22995. )47
FOR SALE
TWOtMEN'S SUITS, size 38-39, 1 rain-
coat, good condition. Call 9723 after
6 p.m. )18
ACCORDIAN, 4 shift Italian "Mores-
chi" for sale. Any reasonable offer
accepted. Phone 2-2366, 1-5 p.m. )5
RADIO, 5-tube Delco broadcast, short-
wave bands. Plays like new. Price
$15.00. Phone 2-2366, 1-5 p.m. )57
FOR SALE: Two Northwestern football
tickets. Phone 2-1617. )21
SIZE 38 TUXEDO, worn once, 15 1-2
shirt, cuff links and studs. $35.00.
1409 W. Washington. )57
CHORAL UNION CONCERT TICKETS.
Two adjacent seats. Center first bal-
cony. Call 2-7964 evenings. )19
JAVA SPARROWS, society, strawberry,
and zebra finches, canaries, and para-
keets. 562 South 7th. St., phone
5330. ) 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.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Bag containing 6 stockings, be-
tween Arcade Bookstores and Helen
Newberry. Ida Semerjian. Call 22591.
)36
LOST-Beat up tan zipper wallet on
State Street Thursday. Means more
than you know to Anita G. at 2-5184.
)26
LOST: A brown covert topcoat size
42, taken from the S.A.E. house Fri-
day, Oct. 3. Please return, I have
your coat. D. D. Phillips. 1408 Wash-
tenaw. )55
BONE-RIMMED GLASSES on campus
Friday night. Reward. Phone 2-4401.
27 Wenley. )66
SQUARE-FACED ELGIN wristwatch
with black leather spring band -
probably in Natural Science Building
Saturday evening. Return to For-
estry School Office. Reward. )43
LOST near Haven Hall a week ago.
Certificate D'Assiduite and document.
Call Fred Weisman, 9310. )60

ROOM for single male student.
quire at apt. 5, 413 Forest.
p.m.

In-
8-10
) 65

ROOMS FOR RENT

Richard S. Nathanson, Gilbert C.
Osnos, William N. Osterman, Ber-
nard E. Reisman, Arbold I. Ruby,
James Rymond, A. Robert Swim-
mer, Calvin J. Tobin.
Psi Upsilon: William Austin,
Allen G. Campbell, Christopher
D. Culver, Robert P. Cutting,
Richard D. Hitt, Daniel D. Jack-
son, Richard P. Rorick, William J.
Mundus, Harrold J. Rust, Wil-
liam M. Ryan, Allan Sandman,
John S. Slavens, Julian B. Smith.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: George S.
Barnes, George T. Bennett, Henry
A. Boldt, Kenneth R. Bottle,
George A. Brown, William E.
Bucholz, Patrick J. Cummiskey,
Roger C. Easton, Keith E. Fred-
lund, Richard D. Jaeschke, Fred
G. Knight, Clifford J. Kraemer,
Robert W. Layne, William C. Love,
Donald B. McClelland, Ralph E.C
Morrison, William Henry Ray-
mond, Donald J. Ross, Leonard A.
Swanson, John A. Swets.
Sigma Alpha Mu: Edward 'C.
Bloom, Harold S. Brode, Seymou-r
Brode, Eugene D. Dworsky, Morton
Golde, David L. Gomberg, Arthur
I. Hill, Seymour Joffe, Jack A.
Josephson, Edward A. Leboditz,
Howard J. Levine, Robert New-
man, Sanford L. Perlman, Alvin B.
Bottman, Edward C. Spivack,
Lawrence Strossky, Arnold B.
Wallace, Allen W. Weiss, Lee I.
Wenokur.
Sigma Chi: Donald L. Ambrose,
Duncan F. Beaman, Hugh D.
Bordinat, Frederic B. Breiden-
bach, David R. Crippen, James
E. Gibson, Kenneth R. Greider,
Joseph L. Hardig, George F. Ja-
cobi, John J. Kulpinski, Robert J.
Moriarty, Eugene H. Peterson,
Donald A. Stotzer, Roger Brooks
Willson, John D. Zinser.
Sigma Nu: Jack G. Armstrong,
Jack W. Becker, James E. Butler,
Richard C. Byce, Lawrence Clem-
ents, Eugene E. Conover, Patrick
H. Daoust, Donald A. Frankman,
Richard L. Freeman, John D.
French, Gerald J. Harmsen, John
H. Hess, Richard F. Hooker, Don-
ald L. Johnson, David D. Kramer,
Robert P. Linder, James H. Mc-
Ilhenny, Jack Madden, John C.
Malstrom, Carlisle L. Marshall,
Robert J. Maund, Byron L. Mays,
William L. Nemec, Franklin C.
Plyley, Donald -Pynnonen, George
S. Shenk, Robert G. Streicher,
Milton H. Westerberg.
Sigma Phi Epsilon: John R.
Branaman, John D. Bunbury,
Dudley E. Christiansen, Charles
C. Eden, William D. Gilmore,
George K. Houghton, Webb B.
Knight, III, William C. Later,
Marvin C. Maier, John E. Maturo,
Arthur W. Mitchell, Thomas S.
Nickelson, John F. Passfield,
George B. Wolf.
Sigma Phi: Russell Alexander
Alger, IV, Robert Joseph Barada,
Charles Willis Brodhead, Robert
Balz Mersereau, James K. Miller,
Christopher P. Parker, David H.
Pease, Jr. Dale Watter Wright.
Theta Chi: Duane Billmeyer,
Charles W. Burrows, George H.
Cameron, Charles H. Connel, Ken-
neth R. Conrad, Charles R. Fuller;
(Continued on Page 6)

Flint Survey
Shows Need
For College
Study Indicates 2,100
Potential Enrollment
A potential enrollment of 2100
or more students exists in Genesee
County if the city of Flint should
establish a four-year college of its
own, a University survey indicates.
The survey is one of a series of
studies prepared by the Social
Science Research Project of the
University's Institute for Human
Adjustment and the city of Flint.
It was prepared by Victor Roterus,
resident director of the project,
with the assistance of Arthur Lean
and Frank Killian, graduate
students in education at the Uni-
versity.
Study of Enrollment
"The survey was a study of
potential college enrollment in the
Flint area, and carried no recom-
mendation concerning establish-
ment of a four-year college," Prof.
Amos Hawley, chairman of the
faculty committee on the Flint
Project, has pointed out. "No
study has been made of possible
costs or of other difficulties of
establishing a first rate four-year
college, though subsequent studies
will deal with these matters."
A heavy majority of students
enrolled now in Flint Junior Col-
lege intend to continue their edu-
cation elsewhere, the survey show-
ed. Of the World War II veteran
students, 89.3 per cent said they
expected to continue their school-
ing beyond junior college gradua-
tion, while 75.2 per cent of the
non-veteran students indicated
the same thing.
Would Attend Four Years
More than half, or 65.3 per cent,
of the students questioned said
that they would attend college the
full four years in Flint if the city
had its own institution, the survey
showed
Similar questions were asked in
a survey of graduating seniors in
the high schools of Genesee
County.
Prof. White To Appear
Over WWJ as Soloist .
Prof. Andrew B. White, of the
music school, will appear as guest
soloist on the "Music for Michi-
gan" program at 7:30 p.m. today
over WWJ.
The program features the De-
troit Symphony Orchestra. Prof.
White will sing two numbers, "Er
Tu," from Verdi's opera, "The
Masked Ball," and Vincent You-
man's "Through the Years."
We print 'em all
No job too large or small.
Programs - Tickets
Stationery - Announcements
ROACH PRINTING
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132

I'atrice Munsel
SAT., OCT. 18,
8:30 P.M.
Chicago
Symphony
Sunday, Oct. 26
Tickets, $3.00, $2.40,
$1.80, $1.50, at the
offices of University
Musical Society, Burton
Memorial Tower.

Patrkce
CONCERT and
OPERA STAR

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until
5 p.m.

$1.00 RENTS big utility trailer at East
Ann Arbor Trailer Co. Open eve-
nings, 3304 Platt Rd. 25-9931. )33
HELP WANTED
WE HAVE JOBS for men and women,
days and nights. Most urgent need
for men. Days-main kitchen help,
stock man, and receiving man. Nights
-orderlies 3:30-12 midnight, 12 p.m.
to 8 a.m. Women-days and nights.
Nurse Aides. University Hospital. )14
WANTED: Young woman for counter
and fountain to work, 7:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. Phone 5464. 53
BUSINESS SERVICES
STUDENT WASHING and IRONING by
experienced laundress. Phone 5193.
)62
HORSES BOARDED. $30-$40. The
Hackamore. 4351 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. 0.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
WANTED
HOOT MON - An optimistic Scotch-
man hopes he can find 2 Minnesota
tickets and 30 Ohio State tickets. Got
any tips, trades or transactiopls? Call
McGregor at 4546 between 5:30 and
6 any day. )46
URGENTLY NEEDED: One ticket of
any variety to Minnesota game.
J. F. Judge, Law Club, D-22. )30
WANTED: All Kappa Kappa Gamma
transfers to attend transfer-active
party during Northwestern game, Oct.
18. Please contact us. Phone 2-5618.
)54
ONE CABINET model radio, one table
model combination, one cabinet
model combination. Call 4489. )15
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