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7THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SA DAY, APRM , .1949

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Candidates' Statements

W EEK-END RADIO FARE:
Slossoit To Modlemate WNf

The following are qualification
statements of candidates in the
Student Legislature elections to
be held Tuesday.
* * *
Dick Slocum
My only qualifications for Stu-
dent Legislature are activities on
the Interfraternity Council and
Michigras plus a sincere desire to
make the Student Legislature an
efficient, honest, and representa-
tive government rather than a
sinecure. Active participation of
those elected will insure the stu-
dent voice in any and all legisla-
tion.
Ralph Sosin
1. A well-patterned and tactful
attack on racial discrimination in
and about campus.
2. Less rigid restrictions on
campus drinking and women's
late permission.
3. An enlarged and more effec-
tive student cooperative bookstore.
4. An accomplishment of the
above through the free expression
of all ideas and philosophies.
These things I THREATEN, if
elected.
Norman Steere
The Student Legislature is the
loudest voice you have-every let-
ter you write it receives attention.
The Student Legislature will be
able to do more for you with your
increased support.
You independent, unaffiliated
students will go far toward being
fully represented if you elect a
fellow independent.
Jan Taylor
I believe in an active student
legislature which will facilitate in-
tegration of campus life and pre-
sent as my qualifications a sincere
desire to represent the student
body, as well as three years of ex-
perience and participation in cam-
pus activities.
Marian Trapp
The Student Legislature needs
members who are willing to attend
meetings and do the work even
after the first burst of enthusiasm
has worn off. On the Legislaturel
I'll give you the active representa-
tion you've a right to demand.1
May I have a chance to prove this
to you?
L. L. Van Volkenburgh
I am a transfer student in my1
second semester on campus, a
speech major in the literary col-1
lege. I have no preconceived prej-t

udices and will, if elected, do my
best to act on each problem in the
light of available information and
the opinion of the majority of my
colleagues.
Lucille Waldorf
I support raises for student em-
ployees, responsible voice in fund
allottments, lessening discrimina-
tion within the University, central
governing board for organizations,
so a vigorous Legislature can con-
tribute in a cooperative, desirable
college atmosphere.
Qualifications: Participation in
World Federolists, Dormitory gov-
erning board, Play Production, in-
dependent junior standing, knowl-
edge of campus affairs.
Karla Walton
I am a junior in the literary col-
lege. I feel that my large acquain-
tanceship with both independent
and affiliated groups will enable
me to reflect their best interests
on the legislature. However, I am
an independent myself and can
therefore give them the needed
representation in our student gov-
ernment.
Herbert Weingarten
You who have had the courage
and perseverance 'to read these
statements to the bitter end of the
alphabetical list-I salute you!
You have shown a keen interest
in good student government. If I
am elected, I promise your work
shall not have been in vain.
Curt White
Considering, this to be but one
of the many' statements by the
candidates, and consequently the
recipient of little, if any, attention,
I shall be evasive and state that
I intend to promote and advance
any legislation that I feel will be
beneficial to the student body.
Stan Wiggin
This election like all others
should fill the vacancies in qur
student legislature with candi-
dates who have a firm desire to
see progress made in this poten-
tially strong organization. I be-
lieve that my experience and serv-
ice in various campus organiza-
tions warrants your trust and vote.
Thelma Williams
I suppose my best qualification
for Student Legislature is my in-
terest in student government. If
elected I shall sincerely try to do
the best and most effective job I
can. One thing I can positively

promise is that I will be an active
member of Student Legislature
and not'"dead-wood."
Kay Woodruff
It is the primary task of the
Student Legislature to consider
campus issues above state or na-
tional questions. The government
must be as much as possible in
the hands of the students. Prob-
lems such as those concerning re-
strictions on student liberties
should be decided upon by the
students themselves-through the
Legislature.
Mary Carolyn Wright
As President of the League last
summer I acquired an understand-
ing of the Student Affairs Com-
mittee and attended meetings of
the Legislature representing the
women.t
Since the foremost duty of a
member of the Legislature is to
represent the students I feel I am
well qualified.
[VETS CHECKS
Checks being held at the Ann
Arbor Post Office for the follow-
ing veterans will be returned to
Columbus April 30:
John L. Artley, Carl J. Boston,
John G. Crocker, Kermit O. Carl-
son, Walter D. Chanter, Clifford
R. Enders, Russell C. Vaber,
James G. Germanson, Eugene D.
Glass, Roger H. Harrison, George
J. Hersman, Clement Joe, John B.
Jacobson, Jack A. McClary, Wil-
liam E. O'Brien, Dgoren R. Papen-
guth, Clyde B.Recht,; Paul G.
Schnick, Henry L. Schmidt, Dezse
D. Sekely, Calvin R. Srock (2),
John B. Sullivan and William W.
Wilson.
Carnival...
(Continued from Page 1)
the fraternity booths were just
upholstered males, however.
The tables were turned on the
Profs again last night as they
manned a Zeta Tau Alpha "apple
polishing" booth and peddled the
shiny fruit to students. Tonite
President Alexander Ruthven will
be on hand between 9 and 10 p.m.

Roliti(Iable IiSelASSIoli Toda

By MARY STEIN
Plof. Preston Slosson will act
as moderator on a United World
Federalists' roundtable at 2 p.m.
today over WWJ.
The .-ibject to be discussed is
"Atomic Eenergy and World Gov-
ernment," and speakers will be
Wallace Thorsen of the United
Nations Magazine, Dr. Edward
Teller of the University of Chi-
cango, and Paul Arthur Schilpp, of
Northwestern University.
Other weekend programs will
include "Michigan Profiles" at 10
p.m. today over WHRV, "Journal
of the Air~ at 6:15 p.m., WHRV,
and "Radio Workshop" at 10:45
p.m. tomorrow over WHIN.
Michigras Feature
The behind-the-scenes work
that led up to this weekend's gala
Michigras will be told today in an
interview with Keith Jordan and
Rae Keller, co-chairmen, by Trav-
erse DuVall on "Journal of the
Air."
A feature on the history of cards
will complete the Journal pro-
gram, which is announced by Bill
Flemming and written by Betty
Lou McGaeth, and Robert Hauke.

The cast includes Helen Roe,
Leah Marlin, Norma Auer. Bar-
bara Houguhton. heidi Prager, Jim
SclLiavone. Earl Matthews. Dean
Currie. Sid Pollack. Dick Mitchel
and Charles Flovd. looger Shepard
is director.
ChildIren's Drama
Four eighth-graders from Tap-
pan Junior High School will be
featured performers in tomor-
row's workshop drama, "The Prin-
cess." a children's drama, written
by Martha Delano. Dorothy Gu-
tekunst, speech student, will have
the role of an adolescent girl who
dreams of herself as a princess, a
concert art ist. a writer and a de-
tective.
"Michigan Profiles" at 10 p.m.
today over WHRV will offer a bi-
ographical sketch of D*. Alice
Hamilton, who graduated from the
University School of Medicine in
1893. and has since distinguished
herself in industrial medicine.
A Men's Glee Club quartette will
sing "Sidewalks of New York"
and "All Through the Night" on
the program.
Be one of the 6,000 "E" Day.

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Daily-McCready.
PROTEST INGRAM CASE . .. Roosevelt Ward (left) holds the petition sent to President Truman
by IRA which reads, "We protest imprisonment for life of Mrs. Ingram and her two sons. We urge
their release on bail pending new trial with mixed jury. Leon Ferguson and Dave Fraser explain
the Inter-Racial Association action in this case. The petition was signed by more than 500 students
on the diag.

Counselors Stress Importance
Of Putting Students at Ease

Making the student feel at ease
in an interview is one of the coun-
selor's most important " duties,
members of the Michigan Associa-
tion of Deans of Women and Girls'
Counselors agreed yesterday in a
workshop discussion of student
counseling.
"We must make the student feel
that we are his friend, not his
judge," Miss Lois Waterman, di-
rector of student personnel in the
East Grand Rapids Schools and
chairman of the session, declared.
Counseling service is most ef-

fective when no disciplinary meas-
ures are involved, the members
agreed. Lloyd W. Berridge, men-
tal hygienist at University health
service, pointed out that the stu-
dent will speak most freely when
he doesn't have to worry about
the possible consequences of what
he says.
Dean Alice Lloyd, also at the
session, said that disciplinary
measures were in themselves a
kind of education but that coun-
seling, if effective, is far more
valuable.

U' Consultant
At Conference
Dr. Edward W. Blakeman, Uni-
versity Research Consultant in
Religious Education, is attending
the forty-fifth annual conference
of the Religious Education Asso-
ciation meeting today through
Monday at Pittsburgh.
Leaders in religious education
around the country have assem-
blyed to investigate the responsi-
bilities of public educators in the
teaching of religion. Their con-
clusions may shed some light on
future interpretations of the Su-
preme Courts decision regarding

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FOR SALE
MEN'S SCHWINN-BUILT and girls'
Columbia bikes. Good condition. Call
2-8294, after 5 p.m. )39
MAY FESTIVAL series ticket, main
floor, $11.80. Lisa Janook, 2-2218. )42
MAY FESTIVAL ticket, first floor cen-
ter. Call 8992. )43
TUX LIKE NEW. Size 36 short. Reason-
able. Call 2-7422. )44
TWO CHOICE first floor patrons'
tickets to all concerts. Phone 2-5152.
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WHIZZER Motorbike. Reasonable. Ask
for De La Torre between 4 to 6
p.m., 314 N. Thayer. )71
TWO MAY FESTIVAL Patrons Tickets.
Lett center section, main floor. Call
7571, evenings. )69
WHIZZER Motorbike. Not broken in
yet. Reasonable price. 1318 Forest
Court. Phone 5819. )62
CAMERA, Voigtlander Bessa, built-in
range finder, 3.5 lens, 1/400 second.
Ed Mack, Lawyers Club. )41
ROYAL Enfield Motorcycle, three gear-
ed speeds, seven months old. Bar-
gain. 2-7862. )60
NEW TABLE RADIO - Tele-tone, 5
tubes. Bargain at $14. Call 2-4419,
noon or evenings, Don Harris. )74
WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE,-Excellent
condition, $100 or best offer. Call
2-4419, noon or evenings, Don Harris.
)72

FOR SALE
GOLF BALLS WHOLESALE - Save
20% on Dunlop Gold Cup, Wilson
K-28 and Flag-Hit. Call 2-7092. )47
WANTED
VACANCY in double room for boy.
Other roomer doctor from South
America. 813 E. Kingsley. Call 7037.
COUPLE, Student & Registered Nurse
Desire Apt. in June, Box 86, Mich.
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HELP WANTED
STUDENT WANTED for part time
sweeping job. $1 per hour. Apply in
person. Goldman Bros. Cleaners. 214
S. State. )68
REGISTERED PHARMACIST - Part-
time or full time employment-
permanent-see Mr. Stentzel at
Fischer Pharmacy. Liberty at 5th
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NEW TENNIS RACQUET - Custom
Harry Lee Bat. Cost $20, sell, $14.
Call 2-4419, noon or evenings, Don
Harris. )73
E. ANN ARBOR-Modern 4 room house
and bath. Full basement. Landscaped.
Convenient to school, business dis-
trict. Phone 25-8582. )64
1 Blue Tropical Worsted Man's suit,
Size 40. 1 Sport Coat, Tan check,
Size 38. 1 Ragland Sleeve Raincoat,
size 40. 203 Adams House. 2-4401 )53
RIDING BOOTS, Size 10%. Synchron-
izer, Kodak Speed, Gun model "E".
Ph. 2-1413. )54
HOUSE TRAILER FOR SALE: 1947
Colonial Manor, 27 ft. Tandem, 6
cubic ft. Frigidaire, hot water heat-
er. full size inner-spring bed and
sectional sofa bed, bottle gas stove.
5 months old, like new. 1300 Hutch-
ins St. )15

STUDENT Hitch-hiker who left slide
rule in brown Hudson Wednesday
morning, April 21 seeks recovery.
Car owner call, Ev Ellin, 2-8300. )70
WANTED TO RENT
GRADUATE Student desires single
room Fall semester. Call Lou Hey-
man, 3-1511, Ext. 2456 after 8 p.m.
or Box 90. )61
GRADUATE Student, wife and child
need 2 or 3 bedroom apartment or
hous by June 30. Two years occu-
pancy. Call University 2421. )59
COLORED UNIVERSITY Student
wants single room with board in
quiet home. Write or call Donald
Massenberg, 330 Greene House, East
Quad. )55
GRADUATE STUDENT and wife NEED
3 or 4 room furnished or unfur-
nished apartment. Immediately or
by June. Two years occupancy. Call
University 2421. )58
WILL EXCHANGE excellent Wash-
ington, D.C. Apt. for one in Ann
Arbor. Vet-grad student and wile
desperately need apt. Sept. '48-
June '49. No children. Tersoff, 1211
Willord. Ph. 7445 after 7 p.m. )52
BUSINESS SERVICES
Wanted Sewing, Dressmaking and Al-
terations. Miss Livingston, 315 S.
Division. )63
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Phone 25-7708. )43
ALTERATIONS-RESTYLING- Cust-
om clothes. Hildegarde Shop, 109 E.
Washington, Telephone 2-4669. )87
TYPING: Theses, term papers, ad-
dresses. Duplicating: notices, form
letters, programs. A2 Typing Serv-
ice, 208 Nickels Arcade, Ph. 9811. )28
TYPEWRITERS
Sold - Rented - Repaired
Free pickup and delivery.
Office Equipment Service
111 S. Fourth - Ph. 2-1213 )66
COMPLETE SERVICE on your furs.
Cold storage, individualized clean-
ing, glazing, insurance, restyling and
repairing. Ginsbu'rg Furs, 607 E.
Liberty, Michigan Theater Bldg. )57
SADDLE HORSES for hire. Student
rates, week days, $1.50 per hour. Also
horses boarded. Stable % mile south
of Ypsi airport, corner of U.S. 23 and
U.S. 112. Phone A. W. Cowan, 22266
or 871W2 Ypsi. )32

COTTAGE FOR RENT-Completely
modern beautiful isolated setting
on Lake Michigan near Manistee.
$300.00 monthly. John R. Stiles, 1180
Knapp N.E. Grand Rapids, Phone,
7-4548. )50
PERSONAL
Dear Wink,
Took your advice. The Wanton Won-
ders are terrific; thanks a million.
Big Al )64
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
Julliard's washable corduroy shorts
with cuffs, $5.95. Peddle-Pushers,
$7.95. Straight skirt, $8.95. Flared
skirt, $10.95. )38
MOTHER'S DAY CARDS. Excellent se-
lection. Appropriate gifts, too. A
Spring, Jeweler, 221 S. 4th Ave.,
Ph. 4834. )65
COTTON PICKING?
We've got the top of the crop!
See the "Marjory Montgomerys" the
"Berkeley Juniors" at budget prices.
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
b 309 South State Street
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Two Girls Bathing,
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