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UCLA Student Sends Rating
Of Hollywood Entertainment
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Talks on Job'
Opportunities
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by the UCLA crowd, is the Ready
Room on La Cienagoa, just off the
Strip. Coffee tables and sofas are
arranged around a fireplace in an
Old English decor, all of which
Post-Debte
Votes Tallied
World Government
QuestionUndecided
World government is considered
a necessity by almost 40 per cent
of the speech students on campus,
but an equal number are open to
conviction one way or the other,
according to Michigan debate
Coach Donald Kleckner.
Kleckner disclosed the figures I
after tallying the votes of more
than 500 speech students who
heard both sides of the question
at the annual Invitational Debate
Meet held here. In post-debate
balloting, 203 students voted for
world government, 112 opposed it
and 202 remained undecided.
Results of the ballotting indi-
cated that information and facts
concerning world government are
not widely available. This was
reflected in the reduction of "un-
decided" votes from 300 before the
debate to 202 after the debate.
SERVING HOURS:
11 A.M.-1:30 P.M. 5-7 P.M.
"Known for Good Food"
The TAVERN
CAFETERIA
336 Maynard Street

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Food is unequalled for the price.

It's a place where you would take A series of meetings is being ar-
your grandmother. ranged by Dr. T. Luther Purdom
your of the Bureau of Appointments
Leaving Hollywood for a min- and Occupational Information to
ute, we take you to the Bel Air acquaint students with job op-
hotel bar and dining room. Please, portunities in various fields.
no fight songs . . . the swans are Ten weekly, mbeetings will be
easily perturbed. held from 4 to 6 p.m. beginning
Nothing to advise on the beach sometime in January. Reprenta-
ves of three or four companies
unless you travel as far north as will speak at each meeting on
the Santa Barbara Biltmore on what their firms have to offer
beach road. Takes two hours. And University students.I
nothing south o the city unless A varied grouip of companies
you like to kick around in oil will be represented at each
fields, meeting, instead of having com-1
For color, and practice in Span- petitors speak at the same time.

Village To See
PulitzerPlay
"They Knew What They Want-
ed," a three act omedy-(lrama
will be presented by the iu' <i
Theatr'e Group of Willow vi'
on Jan. 9. 10 and 11.
The play was written by Sid-'
ney Howard and is a Pulitizer
Prize winning play.
The action of the play centers
around Tony, an elderly grape and
wine producer; Amy, the young
girl who came from San Franpcis;-
co to marry Tony, sight unseen,
and Joe, a rough, good looking,
glorified hobo.
Mike Cetta will portray the part
of Tony; Jane Bevin, the part
of Amy, and Ben Diziengielew-
:ki the part of Joe.
U' High To H01
Yuletide Progra-M
The familiar story, -Why the
Chimes Rang," will be the sub-x
ject for the annual University
High School Christmas program
Friday.
Student of all grades will par-
ticipate in the program, put into
play form by Elizabeth. McFad-
den.
Ten members of the school's
choir under the direction of Odena
Olson will participate.
The program will be given twice,
at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., and is
free to the public.

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Publicaion In The rail Official effect January 1, 1948. Every vet- cautioned to consult their tra
:sulletln is csruc 7,itive not ice to all
members of the University. Notlees eran who believes he is eligible ing officers before making
the Bulletin shu ld e ret in should obtain a full size photosta- changes in course elections. F
yl e rt ten form to ?the (ALiccotf the
Aistant o the President. Room 1i copy of his original discharge, ure to obtain clearance for cot
Angell Hall. by 3:00 p.m. on 1(, y ceitificate of service, or other sep- changes may result in suspen
preceding publication (11:00 am. Sat- ariation documents which show or complete loss of educatio
urdays).period, length, and place of serv-
* *ice. A veteran must have been a. benefits under Public Law 16.
Noticesresident of the State of New York
six months prior to entry into Veterans enrolled under Pu
service, and must be a legal resi- Law 346 who do not plan to b
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17, 1917 dent of the State at the time of school during the Spring Seme
LV o. 7 filing application although at-
_____.Itending; school outside of the 1948 are requested. to maket
---tfact known to their training o
All student officers assigned to cer prior to Friday, January
student detachment headquarters. The period of service covered by 1948.
Fifth Army, are requested to re- the bonus is from December 7.
ortv- oin-1941 to September 2,1945._

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ish, LA has Olvera Street to offer.
It serves as a good filler, let us
say, between dinner and the club.j
Food, music, people--hot.
In summing up, let me warn you
that it's impossible to see the ra-
dio shows-Breneman's breakfasts
are around six ayem-there's no
particular place to find stars-
you can't get into the studio's
-in fact there are so many dogs
looking like Lassie that even
Lassie has difficulty getting into
the studio-and this is my pro-
posed schedule for all of you cele-
brating tonight: dinner at the
Ready Room; Ciro's for the first
show and a little dancing; Billy
Berg's for the next show; finish
at the Bel-Air to calm the nerves;
and drive up the beach until you
are ready to call it a night. At
that, you've had it.

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Civil service opportunities in
state and national government,
and in international government
work will also be discussed.
In addition to these meetings, aj
series of five city days is beingj
arranged. Grand Rapids will be
the first in the series to present
the complete story of its oppor-
tunities for University graduates.
Vereim Will Meet
Deutscher Verein will hold its
Christmas meeting at 7 p.m. to-
day in the Garden Room of the
League.
The special program will in-
clude a Christmas story told by
Dr. Raschen.

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diately to the Adjutant of the Mil-
itary Department at 512 S. State
St., Telephone Univ. Ext. 306, to
arrange for interview which is
necessary for completion ot ncw
WD AGO Form 66.
New York State Veterans: At-
tention is called to the fact that
New York State World War II
Veterans' Bonus Law will go into

Every county in the State of New
York has a County Veterans'
Service Agency under the name of
the county where veterans may
receive state bonus information.
No applications for the bonus will
be available prior td December 31,
1947.
Veterans who are attending
school under Public Law 16 are

Student Driving Reguations
will be suspended for the Christ-
mas vacation period, beginning at
noon on Fri., Dec. 19, 1947, and
ending at 8:00 a.m. on Mon, Jan.
5, 1948.
Women students not living in
dormitories who wish to remain in
Ann Arbor during Christmas a-
cation may make housing ar-
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SHE WORE SLACKS-Jean-
nette Delahunt, 14, who was
sent from school in Camden,
N.J. b'y Principal Donald 1T.
Barker because she wore slacks
to school, was center of a con-
troversy.

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No job too large or small.
Programs - Tickets
Stationery - Announcemer
ROACH PRINTING
209 E. Washington Ph. 8

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

NOW ISTHE TIME...
HAVE YOUR RADIO REPAIRED
while you re home enjoying a
Merry Christmas and a Happy
New Year.
WARD'S RECORD SHOP A'
RADIO REPAIRS CUSTOM RECORDING
1209 S. University Phone 6330

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Tuesday-Wednesday, Dec. 16-17
8:30 P.M.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Box Office Opens at 2:00 P.M. Monday, Dec. 15
Telephone 6300
All seats reserved Fifty cents (tax included)

WANTED TO RENT TRANSPORTATION WANTED
GRADUATE WOMAN student wishes COED would like a girl companion or WANTED TO BUY - Used tuxedo, Size
room near speech clinicfor second married couple for car ride to Cali- 40-42 long. Call Don 2-7248. )201
semstr.Phne592, etee 500 fornia. Leaving Friday. Call 2-4471. ---- __--------
and 6:00 o'clock. )203 R. 3059 for details. )205 DRESS MAKING and alterations. Miss
TOML stdnsneromnaLivingston, 315 S. Division. )211
TWO MAL ste eed r near WANTED-Ride to and from Pasadena,
Ask for ine C 82 Or just return ride. Call Stu, 328 Mich- BUSINESS SERViCES
AganHouse. 2-4401. )204 . I
FOR SA L-E--- DE - a - - t TYPING, accurately, and promptly done
FR AEOFFERING RIDES to Calif., ointer- by student veteran's wife. Theses,
FOR SALE-2 railroad tickets to NYC mediate points. Also rides back. Co- manuscripts, term and legal papers,
cheap. Call 2-7416. )15 tact Bob Morrow, Tel. 22252. )4 etc. Phone 2-4155. ) 50
RIDERS WANTED-Through or part- HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
FOR, SALE-Double-breasted, brown, way. Driving '47 car to Los Angeles, sae.BytrulGodartr.
chalk stripe suit; size 40 and very yDrvn '4 rtoLsAgl, sales. Buy throug1 Goodyear store.
new. Also, came-hair finger-tip coat, via St. Louis, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, For service call A.A. 2-0298. W. O.
and 3 sport coats. See Ed at 341 E. Albuquerque. Leaving Fri., Dec. 19th. Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
Jefferson. Phone 27119. )a Call Dick Stroebe at 2-1138. )38
7- ---- BECAUSE OF AN enlargement in our
T--n r d STUDENT COUPLE want ride to Cleve- personnel, we can now offer prompt
TUXEO. Single breasted, midnight pop
blue coat 39-40, regular. Trousers 36 land area Dec. 19 or 20. Call Mrs. service on your alterations. Tailoring,
waist. Excellent shape. Price $25.00. Price, 3-1511, Ext. 350 8-4. )45 dressmaking, formal restyling a spe-
Phone 2-2366. )302 LEAVING FOR FLORIDA 18th or c9th. ialty. Hildegarde Sewing Shop. 2-
)32LAIGFRFOIA1t r1t. 4669. ) 30
TYPEWRITER. Royal portable with Desire 2 3 riders. Returning, about
case. Late model excellent condition. Jany 11Pa Ca fee. Phone 21312 LOST AND FOUND
Price $25.00. Phone 2-2366. )301_C-u- - -_Age- ST E ,wdwovtrn)hs
ROSE BOWL BOUND December 26. STUDENT, widow of veteran with son
FOR SALE-Ski boots and bindings. Three riders wanted. Share driving two years old has lost billfold con-
Size 10-11. 422 E. Washington. 2-0789, ntaming $150, drivers license, birth
after 7pm.)0 and expenses. Cll Bob LaPlante. criiaeadohrvlal a
npan.m )200 2-4481) certificate and other valuabepa-
___z._gs__~- ~ -- -- -- pers in the Campus Shop or between
FORMAL. Size 12. Very good shape.- State Street and Forest Avenue, Sat-
Only $10. Call 4489 after 1:00. )20 RIDE WANTED-To Florida. Share ex-uraternoon. Rewrd. alin85,5.
penses and driving. Call C. T. Wolfe.
FOR SALE-Tux worn only a few times. 2-7603. )21 )53
Coat 38-39. Medium pants, 31-32. Call LOST-Pair of amber rimmed glasses
2-1290. 802 Oakland, ask for Ken. )1 WANTED-One passenger to Los An- Saturday night. If found, please call
geles and return. Leaving Dec. 19. Phyl 24143207
1946 NASH 600 fordor. Radio, weather- Share expenses. Call Ypsi 3560W11 _)2
eye. Sell for less than cost. 408 Greene after 6 p.m. )41 LOST, Wednesday, Dec. 10, silver and
House, E. Quad. )153 gray Parker 51. Reward for return.
_AI,____a_______Ir_- TNDIANAPOLIS-3 rides desired, Call Jean Gringle, 2-2539. )206
RADIO, 5-tube table model Delco broad- Tomn Emerson. 2-3256. )23
cast and shortwave bands. Tone con- TmEm__s__.__-_2 __._ )2_ LOST-Green striped Shaeffer pen with
trol plays swell. Price $15.00. Phone WILL SWAP use of large utility trailer gold band. Last Wednesday near
2-2366. )304 for holiday rides to western Iowa. Stockwll Hall. Sentimental value.
MUST SELL immediately house trailer 2-59931. )18 Reward offered. Marjorie Zaller,
with 9%x7% room attached. Good 2-5587. )208
condtio. Abarain.Canbe eenWANTED-By graduate student, ride to
condition. A bargain. Can be seen Pittsburgh Saturday. Share expenses, WHO SWAPPED grey topcoats with me
9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunnyside Trailer driving. Phone Art, 25-9329. )49 after the jam session Sunday (Dec.7)
Park. Lot C 11 br Call 2-5517 Anytime. _at the League? I like yours but pre-
)38 WILL PAY FOR RIDE to Pittsburgh. fer mine for sentimental reasons.
WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE-Almost new. Can leave anytime Friday afternoon. Contact me today or tomorrow. Lenny
Equipped. Almost any offer. Call Call 2-4591. Room 213. )100 -2-3804. )212
2-8250 or come. 1113 Packard. )56 PASENGER-DRIVERS sought to Cali- FOR RENT
FOR XMAS: Spaulding, MacGregor, Ha- fornia. No stops-one way only. Leav-
ing afternoon 25th or morning 26th. APARTMENT, newly done, 3 rooms and
ge2n and Wilson golf equipment. Cal V. L. Schneider, 1536 Hawley Ct. Wil- bath, unfurnished, near campus. No
2-2058. Johnny Malloy, Pro. )27 low Run or 529,North Walled Lake af- children. Rented by the year, $89 per
ALL COLORS, canaries and parakeets, ter 19th. $30.00. )154 ment. Write Box 43. )10
finches, bird supplies and cages. Mrs. RIDERS WANTED to Rose Bowl game. FURNISHED house over holidays. Rent
Share driving and expenses. '47 Olds, free to responsible couple. Duties:
SPORTSMAN'S XMAS GIFT-English leaving Dec. 26. Jerry O'Toole. 2-3861. Feed dog and cat. 2S9931. )152
setter puppies, 5 months old. Peerless )57
line bred from the finest setter CAN TAKE TWO to Rochester, N.Y.
blood in America today. Descendants Laing Strday morin te, BoY.x
of the great American field trial LeavMig Saturday morning. Write Box
champion Sports Peerless Pride. Par- 4y
ents of these puppies are supreme DOCTOR AND WIFE driving to Los An-
quail, pheasant, grouse, and wood- geles in 1947 Chrysler, Christmas af-
cock dogs. Mother is field trial ternoon. Will take couple. Reasonable
winner. Puppiesare very well de- rate. Olive 8951 Del. )300 NOWA
veloped, silken coated and healthy.-NO
Right age to hunt next fall. No finer
gift for discriminating sportsmen.
Shipped anywhere in U.S. by Xmas.
Wormed and distemper immunized. M ICHIGAN
W. S. Clifford, M.D. 1576 Newport,
Rd. Phone 2-1487. )210 Ending Wednesday
FOR SALE-Three suits; sport coat,
38 long. Call120041 after 6 p.m. )209 HE WAS HER TYPE .
TUXEDO and tails, size 38, worn only
once. Call 4489. ) 47'v;<;
ENGLISH BIKE - Raleigh-3-speed.
Hand brakes, all extras. Perfect con-
dition. Reasonable. Call Joe 4494. )54
FOR SALE-1947 black super deluxe
Ford tubor, radio, heater, 9,000 miles.
excellent condition. Call 2-2323. 51 .~
REGISTERED BOXER puppies 4,
months old. Bargain for immediate -
sale. Call 7571. )48
FOR SALE-Ford sedan coupe 1941
super deluxe, 6 passenger, 8 cylinder. >.2
Radio, heater. Brand new motor. Five
excellent tires. $1,100 cash. Phone
4464. )8 HUMPHREY LAUREN
Do Your
Shopping Today IAl:

CHOOSE YOUR OWN
Breakfast .... from 7 A.M.
Lunch .... 11 A.M.-2 P.M.
Dinner... ..5 P.M.-7:30
Good Food! 300 Seats!
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MEN'S PAJAMAS

Neat stripes and patterns.
All fast color. Full cut.
pre-shrunk fabrics in A
to D sizes.
$2.19 - $3.75
- $4.35

Wool or Rayon
MUFF LERS
Lustrous white rayons with
fringed ends, also heavy all
wool knits in bright plaids,
stripes, and solid colors. Large
sizes.
$1.25, $1.50, $1.95

Ranges
AVAILABLE FOR CHRISTMAS:
WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATOR
WESTINGHOUSE LAUNDROMAT
WESTINGHOUSE RANGE
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC COMFORTER
WESTINGHOUSE HEALTH LAMP
WESTINGHOUSE VACUUM CLEANER
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