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Candidates' Statements

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Qualification statements of ad-
ditional candidates for election to
the Student Legislature M Wed-
nesday's all-campus vote follow.
Robert M. Ballon..« .
I believe I am fully qualified to
become a member of the Student
Legislature. Besides being inter-
ested in student affairs on cam-
pus, I have participated in the ac-
tivides of the Forestry School,
and have lived at West, Lodge for
one semester.:
John Baum .«.
Due to the following qualifica-
tions I feel that 'I will be able to
serve capably on the Student Leg-
islature. Past President of Sagi-
naw Arthur Hill High School's
Student Body, numerous high-
school committees, and Treasur-
er of Williams House, West Quad-
rangle. I would appreciate the op-
portunity to serve.
Richard B. Benton. . .
'Having participated in campus
organizations such as The Michi-
gan Daily, the Gargoyle, the Book
Exchante and numerous frater-
nity and all-campus social events,
I feel qualified as a candidate for
the Student Legislature. If elect-
ed it is my sincere intention to
act in the best interests of the stu-
dent body.
Kenneth L. Bissell .".".
As a member of the Legislature
I have striven to represent the
student body as a whole. I hold no
brief for "left wingers" or "reac-
tionaries" and will oppose both.
Your support will be greately ap-
preciated.
August C. Bolino . . .
It is my intention to aid and ac-
tively participate in implementing
basic reforms in student represen-
tation. Such reforms would en-
compass reorganization of the
committee system, a greater de-
gree of centralization, and lesser
revisions such as improvements in
ticket distribution, dance band se-
lections, veteran housing and oth-
er current problems.
Mazie Brice.. .
I feel qualified to represent the
students of the University of
Michigan in their Student Legis-
lature because of my interest in
all phases of student affairs,and
also because of my experience as
a Pan Hellenic delegate and my
work on the Michiganensian
which have brought me into con-
tact with most of the house groups
on campus.,
Betty Clark...
The Student Legislature should
Continuous from 1 P.M.
NOW

>e the most important organi-
mation on campus. I have been ac-
ively interested in the student
egislature of my high school and
.f organizations on campus and I
oledge both hard work and earn-
-st endeavor in making ours an
ictive representative legislature.
Virginia Coffin .. .
I am interested in becoming a.
nember of Student Legislattuire
'ecause I feel that the Student
Legislature is in integral part of
campus and that more importance
should be placed upon it than has
been in the past. I feel I am quali-
ified, having had experience in
similar work.
Gordon K. Craig . .
It is my belief that the purpose
)f the Student Legislature is to
concern itself solely with the
ampus affairs of the Michigan
tudents. I stand for a Student
Legislature, truly representative
J the whole student body, and not
one which reflects the especial in-
terests of minority racial and po-
ditical pressure groups.
Pat Daoust . .
I am a wartime Infantry vet-
eran and have had two years pre-
vious experience in Student Coun-
cil work.I hope to be somehow
able to elevate the Student Legis-
lature from its subordinate posi-
tion to the faculty-dominated Stu-
dent Affairs Committee and es-
tablish it as a major force on the
Michigan campus.
Norris Domangue ...
A a member of the West Quad
Executive Council, an alternate
but participating delegate to
N.S.A. convention in Madison,
Wis., and as president of the new-
ly formed Association of Inde-
pendent Men, I feel that I could
further the aims of the inde-
pendent man, in an official ca-
pacity on the Student Legislature.
Norm Gottlieb . ..
It would require a more highly
specialized vocabulary than mine
to describe this University's short-
comings in the allotted fifty
words. Moreover, I don't pretend
to deal in words, for action speaks
louder, and action is what I hope
to initiated into our presently
soporrific Student Legislature.
Bill Gripman...
I believe that the Student Leg-
islature should, have completely
unbiased representation and
should let the student body know
what it accomplishes. I will strive
to help the Student Legislature
gain the power on campus that it
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is entitled to and encourag;e it to
become more active in tude.nt af-
Junior in the Bus. Ad. School
and Local Advertising Manager of
The Michigan Daily. 'rm interest-
ed in seeing the Student Legi a-
ture become a body which effect-
ively will bring the various ele-
ments of this large campus into a
more closely knit group.
Gladys Hammond...
My quaifications for Student
Legislature are: Seer tary of
American Veteran's Committee fo-
three semesters, also1work'.edG onl
their Social and Publicity Com-
mittees; house president for two
terms; active in Gamma-Delta
(Lutheran Student Association);
Ruthven Teas; officer in Marin e
Corps League; intense interest in
Student Legislature.
Stuart Hertzberg
I am at present an officer of the
Wolverine Club and Athletic Di-
rector of Michigan House. While
serving in these activities I have
noticed a definite lack of spirit on
campus. I would like to work or
the Varsity Committee of the Leg-
islature where I will try to plan
more campus-wide activities.
Joanne Hill...
As a member of the Student
Legislature, I wil strive for more
efficient relations between the de-
partments of the University and
the students in an attempt to bet-
ter synchronize student activ i-
ties. I approve of student polls
which give all students the op-
portunity to voice their opinions
on subjects which concern them
I would like to see a continuatior
of instructor grading by students
Jennie Johnson ...
As a candidate for Student Leg-
islature, I believe that only
through adequate representation
can the Student Body hope to
gain a voice in the administratior
of its own affairs. My qualifica-
tions include: Michigan League
Publicity Committee, Michiganen-
sian, Orientation Adviser, Soph
Cabaret.
M1. Floyd 4jones ..
I believe that the Legislature is
failing our student body by not

where the act ions of a smll i-
nor61y grup m) y I lce:Ihe ti lire
t'I E Jli(- gl !t. i also favor t1 if-
legislative p'ress ure upon tl Un i-
versity to enact 'adult regulations
for adulit studenis.:'
Betty. IEli'e . . .
I have a. sincere and active in-
terest in the University of Michi-
gan and its student body. If elect-;
ed I will work for more effective
student legislation through ?Iub-
licity 01 it: aehievements. Quali-
fications: Cli Omega, publicity
for 1946 Soph Cab., 'Ensian, Un-
ion-League radio program.
JeaIn D oniwrd . . .
I believe our Student Legisla-
tu!e hulbe a reanly active
working body. Id like to e the I
spark plu behind this movement.
I'm read to work, and have
worked on SopI Cabaret, J-fop
and a. pretent Layout Manager of
The Michigan Daily.
Mafrsh 11l C. Lewis . . .
I believe that Student opinion
should be an effective factor in
determining University policy to-
ward stdeit affirs. If elected, I
will mike every effort to eorrectly
interpret the will of the sections of
the student body and to trans-
late that will into a positive line
of action to effect it.
James k. ei ...
My qualifications for mepber-
ship in the Student Legislature in-
clude officers of vice-president of
the senior class and secretary of
the Anti-racial Descriminatory
Association while in high-school,
active participation in the Univer-
sity of Idaho student legislative
body, plus service on The Michi-
gan Daily editorial and sports
;taffs. I also have taken active in-
rerest in the American Institute of
"'hemical Engineers for three
years. My main legislative inter-
:st is to improve executive and
participant relations in the Stu-
'lent Legislature and in campus
affairs.
Al Masthe . . t.e
The Student Legislature repre-

The lollowin"l is tlt, attenid,-
ance record of )1bers of the
Student Legislature at the ix
meetings hel since the begin-

DAILY
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ning of this terms.
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Member As .
Da ve a l ... . .
Ken Bisse ll ..,.
jWav.rrenBoiee .. 0
D~ick Bodvombe :I3
.lim Brieske ..,
Bob Carpenter . . .2
Connie Converse .0
Leroy Daggs......3
Dave Dutcher , .0
George Gordon . - I
Jean Gringle . ...
Polly Hanson ....1
Paul Harrison ...2
Peggy Herold , .. .1
Rae Keller.....5
Dick Kelly ......1t
Penny Klausner ..1
Ruth Klausner . .0
Walter Klee.....1
Chuck Lewis ... .0
Mim Levy ......0
Carol Lieberman .2
Gay McGee ......1
Barbara Newman 0
George Nicolau ..3
Janet Osgood ....2
Archie Parsons ..4
Jim Risk ........
110h Sights.....4
Bob Silver ......2
Tony Spada......1.
Bob TiseA.......2
Tom Walsh......1
Bud Weber ...... 2
Hai-vey Weisberg ,.
Harold White ..

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Abs.
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Notices

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9,
VOL. LVII, No. 66

1947

sents the highest form of student
government on this campus. Can-
didates for this organization{
should not only be sincere and'
earnest but also well experienced
in student government. If elect-
ed to Student Legislature, I in-
tend to best employ my previous
experience as President of the
West Quad and President of Wen-
ley House.

St udeant 'ea: rednt rid Mrs.
Rutiien xvill be at home to stu-
dis We a y aternoon, Dec.
10, from 4 to 6 o'clock.
Chrntmas Vacation, in accord-
ance with the academic calendar
now in force, begins at noon Sat-
urday, December 20, Classes re-
sume Monday morn ing, January
5.
Frank E. Robbins
Assistant to the President
To All University Employees:
Except for Christmas Day and
New Year's Davy, all University
offices will observe regular busi-
ness hours during the weeks be-
ginning December 21 and Decem-
ber 28. Absence on any other days
w ill be chargeable to the vacation
allowance.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
To All Telephone users: On
Wednesday, December 10, the
number of the University switch-
board wil be changed from 4121
to 3-1511.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
"Messiah" Ushers: Extra ushers
are needed for the "Messiah" Con-
certs. Apply at Hill Auditorium
Box Office from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
today.
Women students attending
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BUSINESS SERVICES
DRESSMAKING and alterations. Ex-
pert work. Vogue Patrons a specialty.
Call Mrs. Ringenin for appointment.
2-2604. )150
TYPING: Theses term papers, ad-
dresses. Duplicating: Notices, form
letters, programs. A2 Typing Service,
208 Nickels Arcade, Phone 9811. )25
HOOVER 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
TRANSPORTATION
STUDENT and wife desire ride to N.Y.C.
December 20. Will share driving and
expenses. Phone 2-7743. )152
NEED FLORIDA vacation. Desire ride
there. Will share expenses and driv-
ing. Call Marvin Cassell, 2-4591. Room
227. ) 102
RIDE WANTED to California and back
after Dec. 16. Share expenses, driv-
ing. Dezso Sekely, 5806. )22
STUDENT and wife desire ride to upper
peninsula (Escanaba or vicinity)
Christmas vacation. Share expenses
and driving. Write Robert F. Craig,
1408 Palmer Ct., Willow Run Vil-
lage.)8
ROSE BOWL, return. Want two riders
share expenses. 47 Ford. Can leave De-
troit or Chicago, Dec. 22-25. Call Ed.
2-2712. )56
WANTED-Rirers to Pasadena, leaving
December 21 early. Share expenses.
Phone Ken Solomon. 20557. )53
TO LOS ANGELES-3 passengers want-
ed, leave Dec. 19. '47' Ford]. $30.00 and
share driving. Sy Maxwell, 429 S. Di-
vision. 9232. )33
ROSE BOWL-Leaving in new car, Dec(
26. Desire passengers to share driv-
ing and expenses. Inexpensive. Phone
Cliff, 9828. )84
WANTED-Ride to Oklahoma, Christ-
mas vacation by student couple.
Share driving and expenses. Call H.
0. Waldby, University Ext. 547. or
write 1435 Enfield, Willow Village.
)10
DRIVING to Los Angeles by Christmas.
Want three westbound passengers to
share expenses. Call Phil Burton.
2-8450. )138
WANTED RIDE-Two students will
share driving and expenses to Florida.
Call after 7, Handelman. 4121 ext. 102.
)87
WANTED-By Florida resident-Ride
home to see Mama for Xmas-Help
drive and share expenses. Warren
Wepman. 4211. )41
TO LOS ANGELES-4 passengers. Leave
Dec. 26, 46 Buick, $30.00 Eldon Stahl,
1209 E. Univ. Phone 2-0772. )48
MEDICAL STUDENT needs ride to
Florida, Dec. 20. Sharedriving and
expenses. 'T. Hover. 203 Adams House.

WANTED
STUDENT desires job during Christ-
mas vacation. Box 39. )28
ROOM, SUITE, or apartment for three
men graduate students in quiet
home. Immediate occupancy or spring
semester preferably. Need not be near
campus. Call 2-7422. )51
WANTED-Medical microscope in A-1
condition. Write G. Smith 14005 Ab-
ington Rd., Detroit 27. )9
STUDENT VETERAN and working wife
desire apartment by January 1, pref-
erably furnished for light housekeep-
ing. Should be within walking dis-
tance of University Hospital. Phone
Waldron 2-4401, Ext. 214 afternoons,
2-2521, Ext. 263 after 7:00 p.m. )51
FOR SALE
THE PERFECT Xmas present for your
aged grandmother. 1931 Cadillac V-12,
7-passenger limousine in perfect run-
ning shape. 6 good tires, only 42,000
miles. Have picnics onithe motor, it's
that clean ! Address Bob Mann or
George Hoppin, West Lodge, Ypsi.
)100
LADIES' white hockey skates. Canadian
make. Large 6's. Call 2-0482 after
5:30 p.m. $5.00 takes them. )40
5-TUBE RADIO. Sin. speaker. Plays like
new. $9.50. 20720, anytime. Jerry Alex-
ander, 407 E. Liberty. )47
FOR SALE-Tuxedo, 39 long, double
breasted, worn only twice, $27.00.
Phone Pete or Nels after 7:00 p.m.
2-0793. )52
KODAK MEDALIST F3.5 1/400 sec.
with new, unused accessory back.
Takes roll and sheet film, plates and
film packs, $225. Bill McMahon, Dorm
15, Rm. 35, West Lodge. )57
TUXEDO like new. Size 37. Call 5938.
Bud Apeseche. Price $15. )58
FOR SALE: Mercury II, 3.5 lens, light
filter, leather case. New camera.
$55.00. Call Fred Nichols, 319 Win-
chell, 24401. )20
WHIZZER MOTOR bike. New condi-
tion. Low mileage. Equipped. Almost
any offer. Call 2-8250. 1113 Packard.
)21
FOR SALE-Tuxedo 37-38 broad, up-to-
date. Single breasted with vest. Call
2-2205, after 5:00. )44
TUXEDO-Tailored. Approx. size 34.
Shirt 13 z. Both practically new. Call
Fred, 2-3361. )l
HAND-PICKED EVERGREENS for qual-
ity. Balsam spruce, Scotch pine. Spe-
cial trees for special occasions. Call
2-3946 evenings, or write Mr. Thomas,
208 N. Division, Ann Arbor. )38
THIS CHRISTMAS - AKC Registered
Cocker Spaniel Puppy. Red, Buff,
Black and Parti-Colors. Stud Service.
41500 Michigan Ave., Wayne. )18
FOR XMAS: Spaulding, MacGregor, Ha-
gen and Wilson golf equipment. Call
2-2058. Johnny Malloy, Pro. )27
ARGYLE BABY booties and socks,
handmade to order. Sizes infant to
three years. Ypsl 3596J4. )78
ALL COLORS, canaries and parakeets,
finches, bird supplies and cages. Mrs.
Ruffins, 562 S. Seventh. )108

FOR RENT
TO RENT UNTIL Feb. 1, single room,
private house. Two blocks from cam-
pus at 1004 Oakland. $7.00 a week,
includes vacation periods. Phone
Pete or Nes ; fter 7:00 p.o
)49
WELL-HEATED single room. Resun-
ably pried. Neaw campus and lloi-
pital. Phon e'45'76.)4
PERSONALS.
PHILANTHROPIC SOCIE'T'Y would like
to arrange a date for ex-naval officer.
Want girl who is beautiful, dances
well, does not smoke (tobacco or
marijuana), and drinks. No object.
Call 2-6145, ask for Mike. )50
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Pair rimless glasses on campus.
If found bring to Daily office. Re-
ward. )55
LOST-Would greatly appreciate return
of grey gabardine topcoat; black
leather gloves in pocket was mis-
takenly taken from League coatrack
Sunday morning. December 7. Re-+
ward! Contact John Drollinger, 2-2565
or return to League desk. )54
RONSON LIGHTER with initials (J.O.)
between I-M and Union. Finder call
2-0939. )93
LOST-FROM International Center,
main lounge, a book entitled "Ma-
chinery of the Body," and a green
folder with notes. These notes are
urgently needed. Will anyone who has
them kindly return them immediately
to the Internoational Center office
or to the Math Dept. Aditya Prakash.
)2
LOST-Saturday. Pearl set Alpha Chi
Omega pin on Main or State St.
Phone 7444 evenings. )17
LOST-Sigma Nu pin in I-M Building.
Initials WWA. Call 8257. )42
WILL PERSON who took gym trunks,
etc., from I-M locker room please re-
turn same to H. Wilson, 120 Wen-
ley House, West Quad. )13
LOST-One black coin purse, Wednes-
day morning. Contains adekiuate iden-
tification for Mary Lou Rayburn. Call
2-2521. Reward. )151

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