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s rTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

TULJRSDAZ Y. OCTEWR t,1

Coeducation. Preferable to
U.S. Food, Oxonians Declare

O N CAMPUS

(Continued from Page 1)
wearing dark business suits rather
than the traditional tweeds and
gray flannels, but speaking in
broad Oxonian accents, said that
yesterday's dam p ish weather
"made us feel at home."
Food Intolerable
American food, they agreed, was
"intolerable-too much and too
cheap." Harris said that they'd
had to develop a lot of new tastes,
and Benn remarked that "your
eggs are prefabricated, aren't

they? It mean, you even put shells
around them."
Answering the inevitable ques-
tion, Sir Edward Charles Gurney
Boyle said of his title that "you
don't use it at twenty-four if you
can help it."
The Oxonians said that they'd
heard about American hospitality
before they got on the boat, "but
we'd had no idea how straightfor-
wardly hospitable you Americans
really are."
Then, with a warm "goodbye,"
they went to tea.

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Continuous
Daily
from 1 P.M.

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Weekdays
35c. to 5 P.M.

Starting Today
V PHIL P T.ERRYJACQULINE WHITE C

NRMRFP"W,

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Give Us
This Earth

Extra Added
Making
The Varsity

World
News

TRUMBO SHOUTS FROM STAND-Dalton Trumbo (left)
screenwriter, shouts from the witness stand in Wsig
ton, as he tries to make a statement before the House Un-Am-er,-ica
Activities Coiittee. At right is his attorney, ]Pobt, e Ireny.
The committee asked Trumbo if he was a Communist, btut Trumb~fo
refused to answer.
CHINESE UNITY:
U®. Policyr in China Confued
Further by%,-Leftist0Outin

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Prof i .daClrof 1 he ot1any
Ililigltgwes
be Ural'li tameiga
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Hotese fr hetekwllb

No need to search any fortl
for delicious Steaks, Cho
anid Chicken in the Bask
G Drop in Tonight at
ANAN
COTTAGEIN
512 East William - One Block from State St.
II

Ci iiielAnn Arbi.or stdnts and~
will hci" lte I a ; t.at ii tore whenl
thy e teltlte Theatre Pro-
Marion Emeson, prodction luau-
DonlDckrdirctor of the
Littl T~mxti~eof %W illw Vllge
sttsthat the play is a liood-
curding f arce in th~ree a .ctsithl
mu Irde<re rs, detct ives, lawyer s .andc

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Coming
Sunday!

BURT
LANCASTER

LIZABETH
SCOTT
"DESERT FURY"

JOHN
HODIAK

iic tw'e4are Preckvu4!

FOR PICTURES

By J.WM. ROBERTS
AP Foreign Affairs Analyst
American policy toward China,
already considerably muddled, has
been thrown into further confu-
sion by the action of the Nanking
government in outlawing the
Democratic League, a coalition of
small leftist parties.
There has been a growing real-
ization since announcement of the
Truman Doctrine in March that
the anti-Communist line must be
held in China as well as in Greece
and Turkey. But in Greece, for
instance, there is hope that the
job can be done with a few hun-
dred million dollars. In China the
bill might run into the billions and
still do no good unless the coun-
try can be unified.

The Chinese government has
been making efforts to qualify, but
is faced by an almost insoluble
situation, Civil war, inflation, po-
litical and economic disunity have
been piled upon the effects of the
long war with Japan.
The United States also has other
important considerations in the
matter.
Among them is the 'lengths to
which we may be led once We
throw in wholeheartedly to hel p
Chiang stop the Communists.
If the Nationalist armies receive
American equipment and really go
to work, will the Russians come to
the aid of the revolutionaries in
Manchuria?

OF YOUR
FRAT ERN ITY OR"
SORORITY PARTIES
IN BLACK AND WHITE
or
IN FULL COLOR
Use our
PARTY PI1CTUlRE SERVICE
CHARLES H. BAYLESS, Mgr. Photography' Dept.
7STATE DRUG COMPANY
Phone 4344 Corner State and Packard

Hillel Players .. .
A meeting for all students
terested in taking part in the
tivities of the H1illel Players
be held at 3 p.m. today at
Hillel Foundation.

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will'
the

CLASSIFIF 'ADVETISN

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MARSHALL'S STOCK SEAFORTH
Ntellecllon of {: .Gird 'Amse

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FOR RENIT
ROOM conveniently located to campus,
619 Whaicy Court. Call 2-6274 after
5 p.m. )97
HELP WANTED
WANTED: Statistical typist and sten-
ographer for full time steady employ-
nment. Call Ypsilanti 606. )19
STUDENT for part time work at soda
fountain, Swift's Drug Store. 340 S.
State St. Phone 2-0534. )33
SODA FOUNTAIN Help Wanted-nights
6:00-10 :30. No Saturdays or Sundays.
See Alexander Drug. ) 42
IF you are a cook with experience--es-
pecially in fraternity or sorority work,
looking for good steady job working
for large house, write box 26. )99
CHOOSE a position in the telephone
company friendly employment. Ad-
visors will be glad to talk it over
with you. Apply employment office.
2nd floor, 321 E. Washington. )14
BUSINESS SERVICES
WANTED. Sewing dress making and
alterations. Miss Livingston, 315 S.
Division. 2 rings. )82
ANNOUNCING the opening of our new
shop. After November first we will
be located at 1091,' East Washington.
Custom clothes, alterations and re-
styling. The Hildegarde Shop. Tele-
phone 2-4669. )
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A. A. 2-0298. W. 0.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
Read and Use
Daily Classi fed Ads

FOR SALE
GIRLS' BICYCLE, bran)d new English_
made Hercules. Call Bob (iteene.
24401. 306 Allen Riimst :y tonioght. )
TO SELL left-handed golf clubs re-
istered Jones iron: , 1940,odle, All-
Weather grips. Call 2-7~s6, after 5.)p3
FOR SALE---Pre-war leatherette (coliap)-
sible baby buggly. 'relephoe 2-1810
after 5 p.m. )98
FOR SALE--1942 Htarley '45," recent
overhall1. Call Bob Hall 9692 after 7
p in. ) 93
BRAND new Whizzer motor bike- -se al-
ed beam head anti tail Ilhts -saddle
bags for carrying books or pa( kage's.
Call 2-7585. ) 96
TYPEWRITER, portable, Remzington.
Like new. $60.00. Write T. V. Krei -
schimer, Dorm 15, Rmo. 5, West Lodge,.
HOUSE TRAILER 27 foot, 3-room, de-
luxe tandem. Bottle gas, oil heat, easy
chair, studio couch, inner spring bed',
venetian blinds, drapes, 1000 S. Main
Evenings and weekends. )101
CANARIES, certified singers, $10 up.
Parakeets, Finches, bird supplies,
cages. 562 South Seventh. Phone
5330. ) 40
WHITE BROADCLOTH SHIRTS - All
standard sizes. 4 for $9.00. Striped pa-
jamas, 3 for $10.00. Excellent quality.
Sorry, no smaller quantities at these
low prices. Call Arnold. 8768. ) 92
TABLECLOTHS, aprons, bridge table
covers, colorful patterns in dirt-proof
plastic. Ideal for gifts. 2-4270, eve-
nings. ) 38

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FOR SALE
POUR Tickets on Iliinot ; snecial train,
leaving Sat . morning at 6: 30, return-
ing,"11:45 Sat. night. Call D)ori Mather
2-13413 between46. ) 100
FOR SALE - - Double-breasted Tuxedo.
Sire 38.Phone 25-933.)46
TRANSPORTATION
DRIVING to Illinois gamie Friday after-
noon. Room for passengers. $6. Call
8612. R.G.V. )47
WANTED TO RENT
ROOM for medical student near cam-
pus. Call 2-0)421. )79
WANTED
WANTED-- -S "ing ,diess, making and
alterat ions. Miss Liviingston, 3i5 S.
iDivis i'ii. ? ring s. )82
one : 17L Y need ed 2 tickets tif any
decitoito Illinois game. Call
2-45G1. 215 Anytime. )67
SIX UNEMPLOYED) Bongo drummers
wanut to see Stan Kenton. Call "'Bull"
Zermian, 2-2926. )72
WANTED--6 tickets Illinois game. Call
Bob Hall, 9692 after 7 p.m. )94
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Pair of harlequin shaped
glasses. Reward. Call Doris Silep.
22591. ) 52
I HAVEN'T GIVEN up all hope of find-
ing nmy Alpha Xi Delta pin. Lost in
Rackham. Reward. Call Mary Ann
Hariris. 2-5570. )91
LOST: Collegiate Sorosis sorority pin.
Satur'day. Engraved. Phone Joanz
I r(chtee ',2-:3279. }63
L OSt': I-:&c- slidl rule in tan leather
c<< r.;Name ivlorton Charnley on case.
BE i%,:ti n W. Physics and NortIh Ingalls
Sal u uay noun. Finder please call
4707. ) 22
LOST-Three-quarter length cherry-red
coat Thursday in Romance Languages
or~ Angell Hail. Call Peggy 2-0379. )76
BL:.CK leather shoulder strapa purse
Saturday near Martha Cook Building,
Tappan and S. University. Valuable
papers. Dorothy Leonard, Box 24. )85
LOST-Fur Neckpiece, Monday, Oct. 27
on State Street or in the Michigan
Union. Liberal Reward. Phone 2-4431
Roomn 23 or leave message with oper-
ator. })ll

Will Go To Meetingy
Professor Rudolph H. Gjelsness,
chairman of the department of
library science at the University of
Michigan, will attend a conference
of deans and directors of grad-
uate library schools in "Urbana,
Illinois, October 30 and 31.
Musical
Supplies
REEDS --- STRINGS
We carry VAN DORN REEDS
Cornple te
Musical Repair
PAUL'S
MUSICAL REPAIR
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132
Iu l 1.

WEEKDAY
MATI NEES
76c
Also'.
P~ARAMOUNT
N EWS
COLOR
CARTOON

MIDNIGHT -- FRIDAY, OCT. 31ST
All Seats 50c inc. tax
2 :HORROR ,PICTURES
ALAN LADD and BASIL RATHBONE
*. "The 'lack Cat"
and
BORIS KARLOFF and B3ELA LUGOSI
r"Black Friday"
". TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

The Department of Speech presents Play Prodtucin

For a winning
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SPECIAL RATES for Students Wednesday and Thursday Nights - 48z

'Single Items:$ 1.00 each plus tax
Combination Sets $2.00 to $7.00 plus tax

LOST: Small green alligator purse.
1Contining sorority and fraternity
1si3H. wa-rd. Call Jan Farley, 2-
.311'9' )55
LO;:TA: A black leather ripper notebook.
Keen book but return:1notes please.
Rew~ard. Phone -03P6. )18
LOST: Thrsay Pre '51, black sil-
vyes pen i t wee,iJordcan and campus.
Call 2-456i, .room 51 Rewai'd. )3
LOS : eagle ound, female called
"Sad" earing collar with broken
chain. 13 inc'hes high, markings of
S black. white, tan. $10.00 reward. Call

Shaving Mug

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