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SURVEY RESULTS:
Industry and Business Seek
10% Fewer College Graduates

Although college placement bu-
reaus are busier than ever this
year, the demand for college grad-
uates in business and industry has
fallen ten per cent below last
year level according to a survey
presented recently at a conference
Rural Schools Will
Receive U. Prints
Reproductions of great paint-
-ngs will be loaned to. rural and
village schools of Michigan under
a plan announced by the Univer-
sity of Michigan Extension Serv-
ice.
An appropriation of $2,500 has
been made by the University
Board of legents to enable the
Extension Service to purchase a
collection of 60 or more prints to
be placed in the schools on a loan
basis. Prof. Jean Paul Slusser, di-
rector of the University Museum
of Art, will select the prints, and
the Museum will also have the
pictures framed.
ART CINEMA LEAGUE
presents
RAYMOND MASSEY
in

.f personnel executives and uni-
ersity placement directors held at
Evanston, Illinois.
sew Developments
In a4dition to the demand for
cllege graduates at present, the
.onference also treated new devel-
puments in the recruitment of
college graduates for business and
industry, the salary and promo-
tion of college graduates with a
technical background, and the
junior executive training program
for experienced college graduates.
A survey made of 101 represen-
ative companies revealed that al-
though more companies are now
making use of college placement
services, the demand for college
graduates is ten per cent below
last 'year's in both technical and
business fields.
Several reasons were given for
the apparent decline in the de-
mand for college graduates.
More Than Needed
Some campuses felt that com-
panies last year recruited a larger
number of graduates than they
actually needed, while working at
maximum production.
Others thought that the pres-
ent scarcity of raw materials pre-
vented many companies from op-
erating at their full capacity.

Ilichigan Bell
Will Interview
SeniorsToday
Seniors interested in becoming
service representatives for the
Michigan Bell Telephone Com-
pany will have an opportunity to
be interviewed by agents of the
company today and tomorrow.
Persons applying for these jobs
should have bachelor's degrees,j
although no additional training is
necessary.
Positions as service representa-
tives and also some general busi-
ness positions are available in
Michigan and throughout the
United States. Persons interested
in working in states other than
Michigan will be interviewed by
Michigan Bell representatives and
recommended for positions in the
desired locality.
Senior may make appointments
for interviews by calling the Bu-
reau of Appointments and Occu-
pational Information at extension
371.
Bromage Given Post
Prof. A. W. Bromage of the po-
litical science department has
been appointed to membership on
the Committee on State Govern-
ment of the National lVMuniciple
League.

Condiwts Fl int
library Study

Reccinnendations for building
a new public library in Flint and
for tLiaking Ol i1ir improvemieut.s in
the libiary services have beenl
made by Howard M. Smith, Uni-
Ter1ty research fellow, as part of
11 i ii s;ocna I Mience 1?ee:ia i
Consolidalun :d extensiOn of
county faclities eroe also advo-
cated b Smit in a project re-
search report. The project is
jointly sponsored by 'the Univer-
sity Institute for Human Adjust-
ment and the Flint community.
Smit also r mmended the
_epa< rat on of public school and li-
bery budgets. The number of
books in the Flint Library is below
national standard.
CorFsclidation of the libraries of
Fenton, Flushing and Grand
Blanc were suggested by Smith to'
promote greater efficiency andI
public service. Ultimate inclusion
of the Leecher District. Mt. Mor-
ris, Atlas an'd Goodrich libraries
in the county sym was also rec-
ommended in the report.
Black Market Probed
LONDON, Dec. 10 --(V-A spe-
cial three-man-committee set up
headquarters today for an in-
vestigation of Britain's growing
food Black Market.
IUTISING I

AIDE-Kay Morstad, New York
fashion model from Fargo, N. D.,
was picked by members of the
White House New-is Photogra-
pWhersAssn. as their aide at their
annual photographic exhibit,
which had President Truman as
guest of honor. The lovely
model escorted the chief execu-
tive thiroug h the ex7hibit, antd
later posed with hir ea the pho-.
tographers sna pped info rmalI
shots of Mr. Truman.

CLASSIFIED ADVEI

CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS
Paralysis I,.1, . . . . cuss "The Office of Student Af-( ftoday in I niversity Community
A short movie entitled "In Daily fairs" at a meeting of campus (center.
Battle." dealing with infantile chapter of the American Ass)- he clinic is open to all fan-
paralysis. will be shown at. theelation of Iiniver.sity Professors,
close of the March of Dinies cam- to be held at G p.m. ton4a in the
paign meeting at 7:30 p.nt oday Faulty Club dining room of the
in Rm. 302 of the Union itnioi. Uniontthis
*Union melmbership cards will be
Nuirsery Talk . .. isued afrnm 7 to 8.:30 today at the
A meeting of the Willow Vil- Is e-tiiii' . . . Uniiin student offices to st dents
lage Village Cooperative Nur- "Popular Latin American Mu- !who are unable to pick thenup at
sery discussion groups will be sic" is the topic of a lecture to be any Other ite.
held at 8 p.m. today. held at 8 p.m. today in the Rack-
"Development of the Pre- ham Amphitheatre under the us-
School C'hild" will be discussed pices of the Latin-American So- IltnerNl(ICll( I Tea . .
with Group I by Miss Mary Paz- ciety. Au informal tea for foreign
dera of the huron Valley Chil- The progiram is open to th-e pub- and American students will be
dren's Center. li, held at 4:30 p.m. today in the
a 0 * , International Center.
Miller To Spea- . . .
Loren B. Miller. of the Detroit. ( ilr itr, ins (lie , .
Bureau of Government Research, The Church School Mothers TrytlHeot up
will address the Michigan chapter Group of the Village Church There will be an 'Ensian edit
of the American Society for Pub- Fellowship will present a staff tryout meeting at 4:15 p.m.
lie Administration at 8 p.m. today 'Christmas Clinie" on family today in the Publications Build-
in the East Conference Room of Christmas traditions at 8 pam. ing.
the Rackham Building._____________________________________
Clarg 'lucksters' .,1
The Gargoyle will hold a
meeting for prospective sales- Drive a New Car to LOS ANGELE
men at 4 p.m. today in its office rAN E S
nubl he first floor of the StudentrRG
Pulctosbuilding. IE
Law Lecture - - - Share expenses basis
Prof. Lewis Zerby, of the Michi-
gan State College philosophy de- CONTACT: MR. OSBORN
par tment, will discuss "Law, Phil-
osoph" and the Philosophy of Temple 1-6630 Detroit -3513 Woodward, Rm. 17
Law" at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in thelI
Fast Conference Room of the---
Rack Rackham Building.
The lecture is open to the pub-
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Faculty Discussion ...
Dean Erich A. Walter will dis-
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TRANSPORTATION

GIFT SUGGESTIONS
CHESS SET PHOTO ALBUM
POKER SET SCRAP BOOKS
CRIBBAGE BOARD DESK SETS
Christmas Card Box Assortments 29c - 98c
Sheaffer & Eversharp Pen Sets
at . .a
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Continuous Weekdays
Daily 35c to 5 P.M.
from 1 P.M.
STARTI NG TODAY
WHEN "38 BLOCKS OF VICE
AND CORRUPTION" MADE HISTORY

WANTED: Two riders to San Francisco
-Leaving Dec. 19th or 20th. Call Jack
Harlan at 2-4481. )21
WILL SWAP use of large utility trailer
for holiday rides to western Iowa.
2-59931. )18
DRIVING to San Francisco through
Los Angeles. $25 charge. New car.
Call Dezso Sekely, 5806. )100
3 WANT RIDES to Rose Bowl and back
with congenial driver. Will share driv-
ing, expenses and furnish sack in
L.A. Call Dick after 6:30. )55
DRIVING TO BOSTON for Christmas
vacation. Want riders to share ex-
penses. 216 S. Thayer, home 12-1,6-8.
)57
WANTED-Riders to Ironwood, Mich.
or vicinity over Christmas holidays.
Phone Ypsi 2-1778 after 5 p.m. )13
WILL SHARE driving and expenses for
ride to B'ham, Ala. Contact Geo. Biv-
ens, 132 Hill. Ph. 2-4102. 153
FLORIDA STUDENT will share expenses
and driving for ride to Miami or vi-
cinity for Christmas vacation. Phone
Cal Graser at 2-6824. )7
WANTED-Ride to Louisiana or vicin-
ity. Will share expenses and driving
both ways. Call Danny at 2-7119. )1
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-Riders 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
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: Share driving and
expenses. T. Hoyer, 203 Adams House.
)46
WANTED-Up to 4 riders-Rochester,
N.Y. and return over Xmas. Box 41.
) 45
CHOOSE YOUR OWN
Breakfast .... from 7 A.M.
Lunch ... 11 AM.-2 P.M.
Dinner ......5 P.M.-7:30
Good Food! 300 Sets!
to
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WANTED TO RENT
WANTED: Furnished apartment near
campus for two graduate girl stu-
dents for February. Call 2-4471. Ask
for Beth Branch. )47
PERSONAL
PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETY 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
BUSINESS SERVICES
THERE are openings for children in
nursery school conducted by experi-
enced social worker. Phone 8727. )9
DRESSMAKING and alterations. Ex-
pert work. Vogue Patrons a specialty.
Call Mrs. Ringenin for appointment.
2-2604. )750
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 Arbdr.)32
BECAUSE OP 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

FOR RENT
FURNISHED house over holidays. Rent
free to responsible couple. Duties:
Feed dog and cat. 2S993L. )152
FOR RENT: Vacancy for 3 men stu-
dents. Call 2-0646. Mrs. Field. )40
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 Nels after 7:00 p.-- 2-0793.
)49
FOR SALE
TUXEDO like new. Size 37. Call 5938.
Bud Apeseche. Price $15. )58
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
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. Ypsi 3596J4. - )78
ALL COLORS, canaries and parakeets,
finches, bird supplies and cages. Mrs.
Ruffins, 562 S. Seventh. )108
SINGLE BREASTED tux worn very
little. Contact C. Murray. 422 Ander-
son, East Quad. )15
USED HALLICRAFTERS SX16 and S-40-
A communications receivers. See them
at 425 or 419 Adams, West Quad.
Phone 2-4401. )23
BLACK TUXEDO in excellent condition
for sale. Size 37. Call 9641. )20
WANTED
AM BRINGING saddle-bred horse to
Ann Arbor after Christmas. Would
like someone to share boarding ex-
penses and riding. Call Robert Arm-
strong. 2-1216. )102
HOPE TO BE married between semes-
ters. Got the gal, money, and ring,
but need an apartment. If you are
vacating, please call Don 2-2205. )154
WANTED: Married couple living at
Willow Village interested in obtaining
free copy 1948 'Ensian, contact Chuck
Olsen, Dorm 9, Room 47, Tel. No.
9261. )4
WANTED--Medical microscope in A-1
condition. Write 0. 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

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LOST AND FOUND

LOST FROM Union Tuesday. Zero King
covert coat. Brown covert collar. Call
Austin, 9944. )151
LOST-Would greatly appreciate return
of grey gabardine topcoat; black
leather gloves in pocket was mis-
takenly taken from League contrack
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

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