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C ripps Overshadows Attlee
As 'Stron Man of Britain

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By J. M. ROBERTS, JR.
AP Foreign Affairs Analyst
The ' strange mixup in which
Hugh Dalton became involved over
the- premature revelation of his
budget proposals has made Sir
Stafford Cripps the strong man of
Britain, overshadowing even the
prime. minister as the badly shak-
en cabinet regroups its forces for
continuation of the fight for Brit-
ain's economic life.

dictator of Britain's domestic af-
fairs, then, the Laborites have
.placed all their eggs in the only
basket which gives much promise
of holding them.
Production Increases
Cripps' job is to see that British
industrial production reaches the
point where the world will need
pounds as well as dollars with
which to trade. There are increas-
in a cisr.' of . t, inrn in Brit-

11g signs to. anup nh JLIasl e
Cripps, a wealthy man who has a''s situation. The as yet
:pent a great portion of his lifeitionalized steel industry is
trying to improve the lot of the ing the way toward accom
British common man, is recog- meet of production quotas.
nized as one of the finest minds in be was the biggest month
England, and a crack administra- in the country's history.
tor. He is strong for state plan- __
ning and as Chancellor of the Ex-
chequer on top of his other job as
Britain's economic czar, he proba- Li.Iutheranti
bly has more power for planning
than any other man ever held in eets Today
a democratic state.
No Alternative Members of the Lutheran
Under British tradition, Dal- dent Association will meet
ton's predicament left him no al- p.m. today at the Center to
ternative to resignation. But, aside "WE CARE" packages for
from the cabinet's loss of prestige seas shipment.
and the wish that Dalton's re- Under the co-chairmensh
moval could have been accom- -Hafry Smith and Frankf
plished in some other way, Prime members of the group hav
Minister Attlee probably seized up- chased food, clothing and
on it as an opportunity. Dalton has equipment with the money
been the butt of extreme criticism would ordinarily spend on
throughout England, while the end entertainment.These
people have frequently demon-I will be sent to Germany,,
strated a great faith in Cripps. and Lutheran missions in
By making Cripps the virtual and South America.

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NEW ROTC OFFICERS-Major William F. Johnson of the ROTC Infantry Section gives instruc-
tions to the Cadet Battalian Staff and Company Commanders who have just received their promo-
tions. Left to right, Major Johnson; Cadet Officers Lt. Colonel Joseph A. Baclawski, 1st Lt. Robert
E. Rugar, Capt. Karl E. Henion, Jr., Major Gerard H. Giczewski, 1st Lt. Lawrence E. Girton, Capt.
Robert F. Guthrie, Capt. William P. Gentz, and Capt. Keith E. DeMerritt.

Crowd Sends
Food Train Eif0I.
Its LastLap
CHICAGO, Nov. 14--(ip)-The
Friendship Train, laden with food
for Europe, rolled into Chicago to-
night to be split into two sections
and sent on its way to the Eastern
Seaboard.
Italian Ambassador Amberto
Tarachiani, Gov. Dwight Green of
Illinois and Mayor Martin H. Ken-
nelly of Chicago addressed the
crowd which greeted the train at
the, Chicago and Northwestern
Station.
Police Lt. Terry Donahue esti-
mated the throng at 4,000.
The train, which left Los An-
geles a week ago today with 12
carloads of foodstuffs and had
built up to 82 carloads when it ar-
rived in Chicago, took on 22 more
carloads here.
At midnight, the two sections of
52 cars each were to pull out for
New York City.
Ambassador Tarachiani called
the train "a powerful living sym-
bol of American generosity." A
similar note of gratitude was
voiced by Jean Joseph Viala,
French Consul General at Chi-
cago.
Governor Green said "There
need never be any doubt of the
unity of the American people be-
hind any such charitable and hu-
manitarian project." He added:
"We know that in the long run,
you can only help those who are
willing to help themselves."
Indiana Game Pictures
To Be Shown in Union
Motion pictures of the Mich-
igan-Indiana football game will
be shown at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the Union ballroom.
The same film will alsohbe pre-
sented at 6:45 p.m. in the West
Lodge at Willow Village.
Movies of the Wolverine grid
contest played the week before
will be shown every Sunday dur-
ing the season.
Women students may attend.
SERVING HOURS:
11 A.M.-1:30 P.M. 5-7 P.M.
"Known for Good Food"t
The TAVERN
CAFETERIA
338 Maynard Street

LANSNGNov 14 :f-Wih Operating without schedule,
a welcome chill in the air and five boats had reduced the line to
snow on the ground, the bulk of two miles tonight.
an estimated 300,000 Michigan' Snow ranged up to 10 inches in
deer hunters were on the spot to- the Lower Peninsula and to eight
night waiting the season opening ( inches in the Upper Peninsula.
at dawn tomorrow. Temperatures averaged 25 de-
The snow hampered some of grees, throughout the upper
them in reaching isolated areas ,two-thirds of the state open to
over little-travelled roads, but it deer hunting.
was also welcomed as a tracking 49 Arrests Already
medium. Seven hundred hunters were re-
The cold would serve to pre- ported poised on Dr'umnond
serve killed deer until they could Island.
be brought home. Forty-nine persons had already
Nimrod Jam been arrested, the Conservation
A rush of nimrods across the Department announced, mostly
Straits of Mackinac jammed the for pre-season hunting, illegal
state-operated ferries today and possession of loaded guns in deer
at its height, the waiting line ex- country and carrying loaded guns
tended seven and a half miles. in cars.
DON'T MISS

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER:
Deer Season Opens at Dawn
Less 49 Enthusiastic Hunters
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ROTC PROMOTIONS:
Col. Henion Announces New
Cadet Officer Advancements

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M'IICA

Shows Today 1 - 3 - 5 - 7 -9 P.M.
35c until 5 P.M.

Announcement of newly ap-
pcinted ROTC cadet officers was
made by Colonel Karl E. Henion in
a special ceremony at Ferry Field
during Wednesday's drill practice.
Joseph A. Baclawski, Grad,
Brooklyn, N. Y., was appointed
Cadet Lt. Colonel, and Gerard H.
Giczewski, '49E, Farmington, was
promoted to Cadet Major.
Men of sophomore standing are
either corporals or buck sergeants,
and freshmen hold the rank of
private.

Juniors who were promoted toj
Cadet Captain are: Keith E. De-j
Meritt, Willow Run, William P.
Gentz, 20655 Huntington, Detroit.
Robert F. Guthrie, 16157 Prairie,
Detroit, Karl E. Henion Jr., Ann
Arbor, and John W. Perry, 57751
Berkshire, Detroit.
Juniors advanced to Cadet 1st
Sgt. are: Louis Dehmlow, Kenosha,
Wis., Thomas F. Franke, 17362
Dorset, Detroit, and John W.
Pielemeier, Carpenter City.

Artists Exhibit
Bird Paintings
Paintings of birds and mammals
are now on exhibit, under the
sponsorship of Phi Sigma, nation-
al honorary biological fraternity,
every day excepting Sunday, in
the Rackham Galleries.
Participating artists in the dis-
play, which will last until No-
vember 28, are Dr. George Miksch,
curator of birds in the zoology,
museum, and widely known bird
painter; Robert Stearns Butsch,
preparator in the museum; Rob-
ert M. Mengel and William A.
Lunk.

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Ann Arbor's Most Popular
Modern 8-Piece Dance Orchestra
prsented by CORKY KUIVINEN
at
PINE LODGE RANCH
on Grand River - 2 Miles North of Brighton
SATURDAY NITE - 9 P.M. - 1 A.M.... $1.00
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Also CARTOON Next Sunday
and NEWS "GONE WITH THE WIND"

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

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TRANSPORTATION
RIDE WANTED from Ann Afbor to
Indianapolis or any place between-
Chicago, Fort Wayne, South Bend.
Will share driving and expenses. Must
leave Friday, Nov. 14 after 6 p.m. or
early-Saturday morning. Call Dick:
2-2610. )46
WANTED: Ride to N.Y.C. Wednesday,
4 Nov. 26. Return if possible. Call
Steve, 8612. )87
HELP WANTED
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
FOR SALE
CAMPUS CORSAGE service. This Pan-
hel reduces expenses but offers fin-
est quality flowers. Place orders be-
fore Nov. 18. Call Bill Barish, 2-7032.
)6
FOR SALE-1931 Chevrolet $50. Looks
bad but runs. 1438 University Ter-
race, Apt. 612. )57
1939 PLYMOUTH 4 door. Radio and
heater included. New engine, tires,
and battery. Excellent overall condi-
tion. Phone 2-4969, after 5 p.m. )3
FOR SALE-1936 Ford. Good running
condition. 202 Tyler. 2-4591. )38
ROYAL Portable Typewriter. Wakai,
201 N. Thayer. Phone 2-0683. )11
MAN'S blue pinstripe suit. Excellent
condition. Size 37. Call 8859. after
6 p.m. )24
OLDS 6, 1938 Sedan, good condition,
excellent tires, radio, heater. $595.
Call 2-6249. )5
FOR SALE-.22 caliber Mossberg repeat-
er rifle, 2x Lyman scope. Army sling.
Call 2-0335 after 7 p.m. )73
FOR SALE-1941ELincoln custom sedan
-exceptional condition. Original fin-
ish, radio, heater, satin seat covers,
$1,395. 1110 Olivia after 5 p.m. )108
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
WHITE BROADCLOTH SHIRTS: four
for $9.00. Pajamas: three for $10.00.
Best buy in town. Phone Arnold,
8768. ) 33
LADY'S COAT, size 9, snappy, black,
with luxurious silver fox collar and
muff. Like new at $60. Men's Over-
coats, 37-38. one blue-green $75 beau-
ty at $35; one warm serviceable gray
at $25. Apt. 4, 820 E. Ann after 4:30
n.m. )84

WILL TRADE unfurnished 5-sroom
apartment near University of Chi-
cago for same or similar in Ann
Arbor. Write Box 31. )105
BUSINESS SERVICES
ANNOUNCING the addition of Miss
Kay Engel, University graduate, as
piano teacher. Adult specialty. Mrs.
E. Gomberg. Phone 2-0779. )45
DRESSMAKING, alterations. Vogue
patterns a specialty. Call Mrs. Ring-
enin for appointment, 2-2604. )101
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
BECAUSE OF AN enlargement in our
personnel, we can now offer prompt
service on your alterations.Tailoring,
dressmaking, formal restyling a spe-
cialty. Hildegarde Sewing Shop.
2-4669. )30
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Black Billfold. Reward. Burton
Hendricks, 324 S. 4th Ave. Phone
2-2905. )75
LOST-White gold engraved Bulova
watch, Nov. 8. Call Room 517, Mosher
Hall. ) 89
LOST: Brown leather wallet contain-
ing money, essential papers at West
Lodge Sunday evening, Nov. 9. Re-
ward. Aronson, 6-55 West Lodge. )25
LOST-A Cortibert wrist watch, dome
crystal, gold case, cord band in Bar-
bour Gym. Thursday afternoon.
)106
LOST WALLET-At I-M Bldg. Thurs-
day Nov. 13, between 7:30- and 9:30
p.m. Finder please call Jim Portz,
23297, between 12:15 and 1:00. Liberal
reward. ) 95
PLEASE PLEASE return ZBT fraternity
pin with initials CMJ to Naomi Levin,
4534 Stockwell. )90
WILL PERSON who mistook grey top-
coat for his, Wednesday, November
12 at 10 a.m. outside 430 Chem.
please contact me? I'm cold. Roy
Block, 409 Chicago House. 2-4401. )38
Shows Today at
1:15-3:50-6:25-9:00 P.M.
90c to 5P.
Eves. $1.25 incl. tax

WANTED TO TRADE

PERSONAL
ATTENTION PHILANTHROPISTS: Fish
is buying his owrf cigarettes now, so
don't give him any more.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT: NEWLY furnished front
room with private bath in private
home. Vicinity of Geddes and Hill
Street within one-half block of bus
stop. Business or professional women
desired. References exchanged. Phone
7647 between 6-10 p.m. )53
DOUBLE ROOM for male students. 3
blocks from campus. Phone 2-1242.
)44
WANTED
URGENTLY NEED 2 or 4 tickets for
O.S.U.-Mich. game. Call 28276. )2
WANTED-Two tickets to Mich.-Ohio
State Game. Call Don DuBois, 2-4401.
)109
RIDERS to and from Wayne. 8 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. Contact Sgt. Conroy, ROTC
Extension 306. )26
WANTED-Ride to Buffalo for over
Thanksgiving. Can leave Wednesday
afternoon. Call Lee Graves, 2-4591.
Leave message if not in. )7
RIDE WANTED to Columbia, S.C. or
vicinity and return for Christmas
holidays. Share expenses. Phone
2-1907. Ask for Jadk. )36
Musical
supplies
REEDS - STRINGS
We carry VAN DORN REEDS
Complete
Musical Repair
PAUL'S
MUSICAL REPAIR
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132

ART CINEMA LEAGUE
presents
The
Barge-Keeper's
Daughter
Luis Jouvet Josette Day
French Dialogue
English Titles
Thurs., Fri., Sat.,-8:30 P.M.
Nov. 13, 14, 15
Box office opens 2 P.M. daily
Admission 50c (tax incl.)
Reservations, phone 6300
LYDIA
MENDELSSOH N
THEATRE

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Facilities for --
Private Parties - Banquets
Early Reservations Suggested.
GOOD FOOD
PRICED RIG2HT
* Clean Atmosphere
No Waiting - 300 Sat
TEMPLE
C~etepid
Masonic Temple Bldg.
327 South Fourth Ave., between Liberty & William
One Block East of Main St.

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