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THE MICHIGAN .DAILY

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TWO-WAY FLOW:*.
Fo eig Exchange Students'
Will Form National Council

A permanent national Council
on International Student Ex-
change is being formed. accord-
ing to Dr. Eason M. Gale, direc-
tor of the International Center,
who represented the University at
a meeting at the International In-
Petitions Still
Can BeFiled
Nominating petitions are still
available for engineering class of-
ficers, Ev Ellin, Engineering Coun-
cil president, announced yester-
day.
The petitions, which may be
obtained in Rm. 225 West Engi-
neering, state the necessary quali-
fications for candidates for the
offices.
All petitions must be turned in
by 4:30 p.m. tomorrow, and must
contain a 25-word statement of
qualifications and 50 signatures of
members of the candidate's class.
-The election, to be held Nov. 26,
will determine the four senior en-
gineering class officers, and the
president and secretary of each of
the three under-classes.
Leadership Study
Will Be Discussed,
A large-scale research project
surveying the functions of leaders
in industrial and other organiza-
tions is the basis for the lecture
which Dr. Carrol L. Shartle, Pro-
fessor of Psychology at Ohio State
University, will deliver at 4:15
p.m. today in the Rackham Am-
phitheatre.
Taking as his topic "Some Prob-
lems in Studying Leadership,"
Prof. Shartle will discuss in detail
this project, whid6 aims at the
eventual formulation of better
methods of defining administra-
tive leadership and of 'selecting
and training men for it.

stitute of Education in New York
recently.
The organization will include
colleges and universities through-
out the country, and officers of
these institutions concerned with
advising and admitting foreignj
students.
Weighted Voting
Although membership is open
both to institutions and indivi-
duals, voting will be weighted to
give greatest influence to insti-
tutions having the largest number
of foreign students. Bi-national
foundations such as the China in-
stitute and the Scandinavian-
American institute will also be in-
cluded in the council.
Ultimately it is hoped that na-
tional educational organizations
will also be members in order to
relate the foreign student pro-
gram more closely to the Ameri-
can educational program, accord-
ing to Dr. Gale.
Two-Way'Flow
The council will work for a
two-way flow of students both to
and from America through the
provisions of the Fulbright Act.
It will also support the Mundt bill,
designed to promote international
cultural exchange, which will be
introduced in the next regular
Congressional session, Dr. Gale
said.
Plans for the council were first
formulated last spring at a meet-
ing in Chicago, when a steering
committee was organized to write'
a constitution. Representatives
from 50 schools considered the
final draft of the constitution at
the New York meeting. It will be
presented 'for ratification at a
plenary session in May.
Lutherans Plan Relief
CHICAGO, Nov. 19-(AP)-Lu-
theran churches affiliated with
the National Lutheran Council
will seek $4,000,000 in 1948 for re-
lief and reconstruction in Europe
and Asia, the Council announced
today.

Local Art Club
Mern aberslu p-
Drive Opens
The Ann Arbor Art Association
has begun its membership cam-
paign by sending out 400 letters
to prospective members.
The association, now 38 years
old, gives art lovers an oppor-
tunity to view art and a chance
for Washtenaw County artists andI
artistic children to exhibit their
work.
The first exhibit on this year's
program was a juried show for
which judges selected, the mater-
ial.
The program for the next year
includes an exhibition in Jan-
uary of paintings by Ann Arbor
children, a traveling display of the
Michigan Watercolor Society in
March and a non-juried exhibi-
tion in April for which all works
of local artists will be accepted.
Art, Music Critic
To Lecture Here
Alfred Frankenstein, art and
music critic of the San Francisco
Chronicle, will give a special lec-
ture at 4:15 p.m. Tues., Nov. 25, in
the Rackham Lecture Hall.
The talk, which is sponsored by
the music school, will show the
correlation between the arts, and
will be open to the.general public.'

RUSSIAN BALLET-The Leningrad State Theatre corps de ballet
is featured in a new setting of Tchaikowsky's "Sleeping Beauty"
in the new Soviet film "Russian Ballerina," opening today at
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
* * * *

Ballet Movie Wi
A modern version of Tchaikov-
sky's classic ballet "Sleeping
Beauty" is featured in the Soviet
film "Russian Ballerina," opening
for a three-day run at 8:30 p.m.
today at Lydia Mendelssohn The-
atre.
Maria Redina, star of the film,
portrays a young dancer with new
ideas on how the classic ballet
ought to be performed.
The plot of the picture is con-
cerned with the backstage ro-
mance of the two young artists,
both of whom are to appear be-

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fore the board of judges to be-
come permanent members of the
Leningrad Theatre company.
Dialog of the picture is i Rus-
sian, and English subtitles are
provided.
A Russian fairy-tale is the sub-
ject of the short feature, "Nida
and the Elephant," which accom-
panies the program.
Tickets for "Russian Ballerina"
will be on sale from 3 to 8:30 p.m.
today through Saturday at the
theatre box office.

A Il-Cam s Tea . . .
An informal tea, designed to
provide an opportunity for Amer-
ican students to meet their for-
eign classmates, will be held at
4:30 p.m. today in the interna-
tional Center. All students and
faculty members are invited.
Gallery Talk . .
A gallery talk will be pre-
sented by Helen B. Hall, cur-
ator of paintings, at the Dutch
exhibition at 4:15 p.m. this af-
ternoon in Alumni Memorial
Hall.
'Light for Lip~itvg.' . .
Henry L. Logan of the Amer-
ican .Jnstitute of Electrical Engi-
neers, will lecture on "Light for
Living" at 4:15 p.m. today in the
Architecture Auditorium.
Logan will discuss and illu
trite with colored slides a newN
system for measuring the light
necessities of the human eye. H1e
is credited with the invention of
this system, which is being adopt-
ed by the lighting industry.
The lecture will be essentially
non-technical and is open to the
public.
Inter-Faith Group .. .
The Committee on Coopera-
tion, an inter-faith group com-
posed of delegates from all re-
ligious organizations on cam-
pus, will meet at 8 p.m. today
in Lane Hall.
* * *
Record Concert . .
The regular Graduate Record
Concert will be held at 7:45 p.m.
today in the East Lounge of the
Rackham Building.
The concert program will in-
clude Beethoven's Seventh Sone-.
ata in B minor for violin and
piano,mDebussy's "Iberia," and Si-
belius' Violin Concerto in D minor,
Opus 47.
Attendance is limited to grad-
uate students.
** *
IRA Meeting .. .
An Inter-Racial Association
meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m.
today in Rm. 18, Angell Hall.
The film "The House I Live
We print 'em all
No job too large or small.
Programs - Tickets
Stationery - Announcements
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In, with Frank sinatra, will be
shown. Important action con-
cerning diserimination in local
barber shops and other issues
will be discussed.
The public may attend.
Nemtin Clubl> .
Nevman Club will present their
'irt record concert of the year,
'"Carmen," at 3 p.m. Sunday in
St. Maiy':, Chapel.
The Gabriel Richard Club and
members of the faculty will be
special guests of the Newman
Club.
* *
tOrgafit Recital . . .
Marshall Bidwell, lecturer in
organ from the Carnegie Insti- ,
tute Of' TIechnology, will present
an organ recital at 4:15 p.m.

today in 11111 Auditorium. Works
ty Mandel, Loeillet, Widor,
Bach, Jacob, Karg-Elert, Bossi
and Vierna will be included in
the program.
The concert is open to the
general public without charge.
SRA IV')rkshop ...
There will be a meeting of the
SRA Publicity Workshop at 8 p.m.
today at Lane Hall.
* * *
Chess Player's. .
All interested in playing in si-
multaneous chess exhibition with
an expert may write or call Man-
uel Kaner, 214 Adams House,
2-4401.
If the response is sufficient, the
exhibition will be announced with-
in two or three weeks.

ART CINEMA LEAGUE
A BALLET STAR
r sj IS BORN!-
h\ Maria Redjiw
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Russia's greatest Ballerdaa
In Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake'
with Leningrad State Opera & Ballet Ensepble
THURS., FRI., SAT.
ORTKNO REASE.PRODUCED.INu.s.S.R. Nov. 20, 21, 22 - 8:30
Complete Englisb Titles
Box Office Opens 2:30 P.M. Daily

CLASSIFIED ADVEITISING

WANTED TO TRADE

ROOM AND BOARD offered to
dents for acting as porter in
ternity annex. Call mornings,
Hill St.

stu-
fra-
1000
)33

BUSINESS SERVICES
WANTED: Sewing, dress making, and
alterations. Miss Livingston, 315 S.
Division. 2 rings. )82
IOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A. A. 2-0298. W. O.
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
HELP WANTED
CARRIERS WANTED to deliver The
Daily. Good pay. Contact Circula-
tion Denprtment at Student Publi-
cations Bldg., 2-3241. )73
STUDENT for part time work at soda
fountain. Swift's Drug Store. Phone
2-0534. 340 S. State St. )17
MALE: The University of Michigan
has an opening in its Lake Angelus
Observatory (near Pontiac, Michi-
gan) for a young man interested in
astronomy. Necessary qualifications
include a fairly comprehensive know-
ledge of mathematics and physics.
Some knowledge of photography
would also be beneficial. Letter of
application should include outline
of educational background and ex-
perience to date and should be sent
to the Personnel Office, Room 208,
University Hall. )$4
FOR SALE
TAILS, practically new, 39L, including
vest and full dress shirt. Phone 2-2720.
2120 Brockman Blvd. )106
EUREKA vacuum cleaner with at-
tachments. Rebuilt motor. $20. 301 N.
Seventh St. )105
PERFECT CAMERA for amateur. No
guesswork involved. Altiflex (4.5)
brought from Austria. Call Marcus.
2-4591. 220 Greene House. )102
FOR SALE: Fur coat, white lapin. Size
12. Perfect condition. Half price. 562
South Seventh. Phone 5330. )108
BRAND NEW HAMILTON wrist watch
Never been used or removed from
its case. A $10.00 reduction from
retail price. )45
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 Dodge, 4 door sedan.
New seat covers, battery and tires.
Set for -200F. Clean. Priced right.
Contact H. Snyder, 319 E. William af-
ter 5 p.m. )5
SERVING HOURS:
11-A.M.-1:30 P.M. 5-7 P.M.
"Known for Good Food"
The TAVERN
CAFETERIA
338 Maynard Street

TRANSPORTATION
TWO MEN willing to share driving and
expenses on trip toward Madison,
Wis., overThanksgiving. Call Red
or Lou, 6282. )15
RIDE to N.Y.C. area Thanksgiving for
two students. Can leave Wednesday.
Will share expenses. Lyle Stewart,
7381. )16
RIDE WANTED from Ann Arbor 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
DESPERATE DAN needs car. Will pay
up to $75.00. Call 2-7032. )81
RIDE WANTED to Boston, Mass., or
vicinity for Christmas vacation. Will
share expenses. Phone 2-4401. 404
Williams. Kenny Munson. )104
ONE OR MORE girls want ride to
and from Texas or Oklahoma for
Christmas holidays. Call or write
Betty Johnston. West lodge Ypsi-
lanti. Phone Ypsi 9265. Share ex-
penses. )80
WELL TRAINED and experienced so-
cial worker is opening a small play
group for pre-school children for
mornings. Ph 8727. )89
(TWO) 2 TICKETS for Ohio State
game. Write Fran Whitfield, 4895,
Saline Road. Thanks. )75
WANTED: Up to six tickets for Ohio
Game. Call 8483. )14
WANTED: Ticket to PanHellenic Ball.
Call 2-1051.
WANTED-Two tickets for Ohio State.
Call before 5. 7160. )26
WANTED: Ride to Texas at Christmas.
Call Harvey Porter. 25644. )7
MATRON interested in manager or
house mother for student quarters,
varied experience. P. 0. Box 549, Ann
Arbor. )24
RIDE WANTED to Columbia, S.C. or
vicinity and return for Christmas
holidays. Share expenses. Phone
2-1907. Ask for Jack. )36
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Oct. 14 between the Union and
Haven St. small black calfskin purse,
red lining, containing complete iden-
tification. Reward. Call 2-6419. )53
LOST: Dark brown leather briefcase
Thursday afternoon. Left on bump-
er of car in front of Angell Hall.
Call 2-8113. Reward. )40
LOST: 8 Ohio State tickets. Section
22; row 6; seats 9-12; Section 13;
row 38; seats 13-16. Please contact
Jim Atchison, 2-1214. Reward. )2
LOST: Green leather billfold contain-
ing identification papers and licenses
which are hard to replace. Lost
Monday afternoon at or near WAB.
If found, contact Pat Braybrooks,
1412 Cambridge. Phone 2-3839 for re-
ward, or mail it. Please help. )4
LOST: Parker pencil. Saturday morn-
ing in Economics Library or way to
Economics Bldg. Seeber, 2-1147. )8
LOST: Nov. 15. Three keys, brown
case, in or on way to League. 10-
minutes walk from S.E. Very grateful
if finder call 2-0301. )10
WHOEVER TOOK the Alpha Chi Omega
letters from our front door, please
return them. They mean nothing to
you and a great deal to us. )82
LOST-BROWN LEATHER billfold con-
taining money and identifying pa-
pers in vicinity of Nickels Arcade,
Nov. 17. Reward. Phone 21872 after
5 p.m. )90
LOST-Theta Xi fraternity pin, vicinity
of the Union. G.R. Jr. engraved on
back. Phone 6923. Reward. )10

WANTED TO RENT
GETTING MARRIED at Christmas -
need apartment. Will reserve or rent
now. Telephone Charles 2-4401, Rm.
410. ) 11
PERSONAL
ATTENTION: Philanthropist: Chicken
Al needs more than cigarettes. Con-
tinue philanthropic movement. )38
JACK, The Wolverines get wreathed
Saturday night at I-M Building.
Gotta go. Joe. )77
FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Single room in faculty
home. Man preferred. Box 33. )44
LARGE DOUBLE room for men near
Arboretum. Call 2-3080. )25
DOUBLE ROOM with twinkbeds for
student couple or two working girls.
Phone 23911. )1
ROOM FOR THREE male students. 803
E. Kingsley. Tel. 2-3356. )6

Admission 50c (tax inc.)

Reservations-Phone 6300

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have a listen!

From the Immortal Pen of Charles Dickens!
y " JOHN MiLLSVALERnEHOBSO N
Disney's "Foul Hunting" - World News

Coming!

"SONG OF THE THIN MAN"

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The Theosophical Society in Ann Arbor
announces
""A COURSE IN THEOSOPHY"

CLASSIC ]FAVORITES
Symphony No. 3 (Eroica) . .Beethoven
Piano Concerto in A Minor ............Grieg
Double Concerto....................Brhms
Emperor Concerto ................Beethoven
Symphony No. 4 ................... Mozart
Scheherazade ...............Rimsky-Korsakov
:5ymphony in D Minor ................Franck
Symphony No. 6...............Tschaikoysky
Symphony No. 5 .................. Sibelius
NEW SINGLES
Theme to The West .............Stan Kenton
Mad Lad .......................Leo Parker
East Side, West Side ...........Charlie BQrnet
Futile Frustration ...............Count Basie
These Foolish Things ..........Herbie Fields
Put Yourself in My Place, Baby . . Duke Ellington
TH"E RADIO & RECORD SHO1P

RerAdm.Rcad .Br
in a thrilling Motion Picture Lecture
'I COVERY"
HILL AUDITORIUM

given weekly each Thursday

by Mr. S. H. Wylie

Nov. 20 .. . "THE PATH"

Place: Michigan League

Time: 8:00 P.M.

The public is cordially invited..

715 North University

Phone 2-0542

COMPE IEAC THY
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SICIJIGAN
Shows Daily 12:45 - 4:30 - 8:30
35c until 5 P.M., 50c after 5 P.M.
Come anytime after 12:45 and see complete show.

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STUDENTS, FACULTY .rt
THIS CHRISTMAS GET THE BEST,
THE MOST TREASURED POSSESSION OF ALL-
THE BRIGHT GIFT OF KNOWLEDGE.

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