T HE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1947
HIGHLIGHTS ON CAMPUS j
Czech Speakers .. .
Dr. Cenak Adamec and Ivan Vi-
den, of the Czechoslovakia Insti-
tute of Public Opinion, will speak
at 7:30 p.m. today on the devel-
opment of public opinion polls in
Czechoslovakia in the Lane Hall
Theosophical Talk.. .
The Theosphical Society of
Ann Arbor will sponsor Mrs.
Elsie Pearson of Detroit in a
public lecture entitled "The Key
of Knowledge" at 8 p.m. today
in the League.
A lst-udents are welcome to
attend this lecture without
* * *
The Graduate Study Club of the
Speech Department will hold its
second meeting of the semester
at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the West
Conference Room of the Rackham
After the serving of coffee, ten-
minute reviews of current articles
relating to speech will be given by
Betty Blomquist, Dean Currie,
Norwood Eastman and Edd Miller,
Economics Talk.. .
Prof. James W. Longley of the
economics department, a new
member of the faculty from
Harvard, will speak to the Econ-
omics Club at 7:45 p.m. tomor-
row in the Rackliam Amphi-
theatre on "The Originality of
John Maynard Keynes."
There will be a rehearsal for
the men's chorus of the Gilbert
and Sullivan Operatic Society at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Union.
Rehearsal for women will be held
Wednesday. * * *
French Film ...
The Art Cinema League and
IRA will present "The Lower
Depths," French. film starring
Louis Jouvet and Jean Gabin, at
8:30 p.m. today and tomorrow at
Such delicious "
food at such
Artist . .lay
In Jazz Reve
Haward McGhee, jazzdom's
leading be-bop trumpeter, willl
display the technique that hasl
made him famous when he ap-I
pears in Norman Granz' Jazz atl
the Philharmonic concert Tues-
day in Hill Auditorium.
McGhee was born and received
his early musical training in De-
troit. He switched from the sax-
ophone to the trumpet after hear-
ing Louis Armstrong atra school
dance. Since that time, his "sax-
style" trumpeting has been pleas-
ing ever-increasing audiences.
Coleman Hawkins, Bill Harris,
and Flip Phillips will also appear
in the nation's most unique jazz
program. Jazz at the Philhar-
monic has been called the fore-
runner of a whole new trend in
Tickets for the concert, spon-
sored by the West Quad Council
for the benefit of the University
Fresh Air Camp Fund, are on
sale at the League, Union, "U"
Hall, and at all record shops.
All guilds that have not turned
in their special contributions tol
WSSF are urged to leave themL
at Lane Hall as soon as possible.)
Michigan Christian Fellowship
will meet at 4:30 p.m. today in
Lane Hall for an open discussion
on "The Natural and the Super-
Because of the concert the Ro-
ger Williams Guilcr will meet at
5 p.m. today to hear Dr. C. H.I
Ross of Ann Arbor speak on
"Medicine'sContribution to To-
Howard Y. McClusky, professorj
of educational psychology, will
speak to the Westminster Guild at
5 p.m. today at the Presbyterian
Church. His topic will be "Leisure
* * *
Wesleyan Guild is giving an In-
ternational Tea honoring all stu-
dents from India at 3-5 p.m. to-
day in the guild lounge.
The regular guild meeting will
be held at, 5:30 p.m. today with
Dr. Harold Ehrensperger speaking
on "Return to America." Supper
and social hour will follow.
Dean Tyson will lead a panel
discussion at the Lutheran Stu-
dent Association meeting at 5:30
p.m. today in Zion Parish Hall.
The topic will be "Who Decides
What is Good and Evil?"
Congregation -Disciples Guildl
will meet at 5 p.m. today at the
Congregational Church to discuss
"Social Implications of Being a
Christian." The meeting will be
over in time for the concert.
Directories Being Sold
Remaining Student Directories
are now on sale 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
daily, at the main business desk
of the Student Publications Build-
ing, according to Bill Zerman, Di-
rectory sales manager.
The 3,000 international civil
servants at Lake Success believe
passionately that the United
Nations can and must work, ac-
cording to Mel Marcus, graduate
student who recently returned
frcm a United Nations seminar.
"All the people we met from
every country of the world were
particularly interested in getting
the American people to realize
that world events have placed the
greatest responsibility on the
Ihoulders of this nation. The rest
of the world looks to us not only
for material relief but for polit-
4 ical and spiritual guidance in the
best democratic tradition."
"We felt that the most im-
portant impression that was made
EUGENE C. KEYES upon us was that the United Na-
... to speak here tions is a living, working organ-
ism." he said. "We found a woen
L 't V ya desire to cooperate in getting
things done in almost every com-
Marcus noted that all the Rus-
sian delegates were quite young.
"As a group they seemed very
able, although most of the people
Lt.-Gov. Eugene C. Keyes, eco- at Lake Success felt that many of
nomics lecturer George R. Ander- Ihe Russian speeches and charges
son, and Municipal League head were primarily directed at.Euro-
John A. Huss will thrash out pean and Asiatic countries.-
"These countries fear that the
Michigan's tax problems at an Marshall Plan is merely part of
AVC-sponsored panel discussion at a larger plan to make the world
8 p.m. Thursday in Kellogg Audi- one happy hunting ground for
torium. American businessmen," Marcus
Lorne Cook, student of econom- aid. fnitedcle and defiite
ics and former chairman of AVC's statement of policy by the United
campus chapter, will act as mod- States that it will give help and
erator at the panel. relief regardless of the political
Dr. Keyes will broach the ques- circumstances involved.
As Louis Dolivet, editor of the
tion as the expert on taxation as United Nations World said, both
of the world's population as well
as their own to make the UN work.7
"The majority of the interna-
tional civil servants that we met
at Lake Success hope that the
General Assembly will graduallyI
become more and more a worldr
parliament with ever-increasing
representation for peoples rather
than governments," he said.
"They all pointed out however,
that this could not be done un-
lk'ss the individual citizens of the
information, the interest and the
sense of responsibility of general
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Anderson will discuss the matter
as an authority on the theory of
taxation, and Huss will present
the viewpoint of an expert on
municipal problems arising from
the state's taxation policies.
The panel will be open to the
the United States and the Soviet
Union must realize that they owe
a responsibility to this majority
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LOST AND FOUND
GIRL'S Columbia lightweight balloon
bicycle. Excellent condition. 2-8294
or 607 E. Ann, Apt. 3 after 5 p.m. )102
ESSEX 1932 SPORT COUPE. Good con-
dition. A real buy at $75. Phone 2-
WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE. New! Best
offer in 3 days! Must sell! Call 2-
8250. Come 1113 Packard. )12
BAUSCH & LOMB monocular micro-
scope. High-low oil immersion lens,
5-10 ocular, mechanical stage. Call
WHITE BROADCLOTH SHIRTS: four
for $9.00. Pajamas: three for $10.00.
Best buy in town. Phone Arnold,
8768. ) 33
BUICK SUPER SEDAN. Excellent con-
dition. Recently overhauled. Phone
2-7265, evenings. )57
ALL COLORS canaries and parakeets,
finches. Bird supplies and cages. 562
South Seventh. Call 5330. )40
WEBSTER WIRE RECORDER, phone
Carl Brownell, 4141 between 6 and 7
p.m. ) 81
WEBSTER RECORD CHANGER, Phil-
co table radio, Howard communica-
tions receiver, record player at bar-
gain prices, or swap for photographic
equipment. 2-1371. )36
SIZE 6%1 lady's riding boots and rub-
ber boots. Also classical records. Ph.
FOR SALE: Set of tails. Formal top
coat. Size 38. 823 Brown, or call 5293.
TABLECLOTHS, aprons, bridge table
covers, colorful patterns in dirt-proof
plastic. Ideal for gifts. 2-4270, eve-
ROOM for rent for male student. 6231
West Huron. )1051
ROOMS for colored students, 144 East
Hoover. Phone 2-4070. )75
MEN'S USED CLOTHING bought and
sold at Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
SEWING: Alterations and repairs. Miss
Livingston, 315 South Division. )53
TYPING: Theses, term papers, addres-
ses, etc. Duplicating: notices, form
letters, programs. A2 Typing Serv-
ice, 208 Nickels Arcade, 9811. )30
WANTED: Sewing, dress making and
alterations. Miss Livingston, 315 S.
Division. 2 rings. )82
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A. A. 2-0298. W. 0.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
ANNOUNCING the opening of our new
shop. After November first we will
be located at 10912 East Washington.
Custom clothes, alterations and re-
styling. The Hildegarde Shop. Tele-
phone 2-4669. )5
LOST-Cashmere Paisley Kerchief Fri.,
10:00 a.m. in Angell Hall. Finder
please contact Boots Kallman 2-5587.
LOST: Natural tan raincoat, red plaid
lining on campus about Oct. 29. Call
Paul, 2-1297. )38
LOST: In Tower, zipper wallet con-
taining.ID. Keep money. Please re-
turn to Ann Schubering, phone 2-
2443. ) 58
FOUND: One star-shaped earring set
with rhinestones in Union. Owner
may have for price of ad. Call Gary
LOST: Wallet. Brown pigskin, I.D.
card, discharge papers. Walt Poz-
nanski, 2-3169. Reward. )25
LOST: Demuth gold dot pipe and
pouch. Personal value. Reward. Nor-
man Kroll, 209 Vaughan House, 2-
5553. ) 89
Art Cinema League
and IRA present
Jean Gabin LIouis Jouvet
Sun., Mon., Nov. 9, 10
Admission 50c (tax incl.)
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'HONEYMOON' and 'CRIMINAL COURT'
- Friday and Saturday
"CYNTHIA" and "SIOUX CITY SUE"
Weekday Matinees, 25c till 5 o'clock
Evenings and Sundays, 30c
IVED STUDENT will trade care of~ her
baby two mornings a week for care
of yours two evenings a week. Call
Sara, 2-0800. )90
WANTED: Recorded opera to exchange
for week or so. Call George Murdoch,
AGENTS Wanted-Lucrative opportun-
ity. Liberal commission selling col-'
legiate items. Average $5.00 'per hour.
2-7265 evenings. )50
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The West Quadrangle Presents
* Coleman Hawkins * Bill Harris
* Howard McGhee * Ray Brown
* Flip Phillips * Jack Mills
* Hank Jones * Helen Humes
JAZZ Tenor Sax Man needs rhythm sec-
tion. Piano, bass men, and drummers.
Call Mickey, 7626. 1 )98
STEADY EMPLOYMENT: The tele-
phone company extends you a cordial
invitation to investigate the oppor-
tunities offered in telephone operat-
ing for women. We will train you at
a regular starting wage followed by
frequent increases. Apply 321 E.
Washington St. )77
STOCK AND COUNTER MAN: Steady
work must be dependable and reliable.
A job with a future, automotive parts
and accessories. A-L Battery Electric
Service, 529 So. Main St. Ph. 2-2517)451
SALESLADY - Experienced or willing'
to learn ready to wear. Full time.
Apply the Budget Shop, 611 East
Liberty St., Mrs. Randall. )83
ALERT YOUNG MAN with business,
ability and desire to earn money
wanted to manage "Corned Beef
Corner." Phone Hillel Foundation, 2-
6585 for interview appointment. )46
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED: Apartment or light house-
keeping rooms or sleeping room for
January - furnished or unfurnished.
Married veteran, wife, both second
year students at U. of M. 18514 Whit-
comb Ave., Det. 19, Mich. Call V-
64736 collect. )108
S.O.S. Must rent or buy good micro-
scope. Will trade Mercury II camera.
3.5 lens, or will buy for cash. Call
Fred Nichols, 319 Winchell, W. Quad.
Phone 2-4401. )84
NEEDED:yWisconsin tickets. Call Lau-
rette Taylor. 2-2443. )87j
WANTED: Riders to Columbus, OSU-
Illinois game Nov. 15. Leave Friday
evenin return Sunday. Leave names
at Box 30, Michigan Daily. )83
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