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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1948

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Public Opinion'
Lectures Will
Be Given Here
Miller To Discuss
Propagranda Effects
Prof. Clyde R. Miller, founder of
the Institute for Propaganda An-
alysis and originator of the
Springfield Plan for education will'
speak at the University on propa-
ganda and public opinion polls
Wednesday.
A talk on "How Propaganda
Shapes Our Foreign Policy" will
be given at 8 p.m., in Kellogg Aud-
itorium and is open to the public.
Prof. Miller will also talk to
Journalism students on "How Re-
liable Are Public Opinion Polls?"
at a special lecture at 3 p.m. in
Rm. E. Haven Hall.
A specialist in public opinion,
Prof. Miller observed the propa-
ganda of the Hitler movement in
Germany in 1932 and that of Rus-
sia in 1934. He. devised the tech-
nique known as Propaganda Anal-
ysis and established the Institute
in 1937.
Prof. Miller's course in Public
Opinion, developed at Teachers'
College, Columbia University,
proved to be one of the most pop-
ular given at the University.
From his interest in propaganda,
Prof. Miller developed the Spring-
field Plan. In this plan he propos-
ed a type of education which would
prevent racial, religious and relat-
ed prejudices.
The Springfield Plan was first
presented by Prof. Miller at
Springleld, Mass., in 1939, where
he has been a special consultant
on education.
Prof. Miller is the final speaker
in the current series of lectures on
Journalism being sponsored by
the journalism department.
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Phone 4700

Engine School
Awards 31
Scholarships
The College of Engineering has
announced scholarship winners
for the year 1948-49.
Winner of the Joseph Boyer
.award is Stanton Tice East. Cor-
nelius Donovan Scholarships have
been awarded to Robert Philbrick
Alley, Richard Broad, Donald
Wayne Brotemarkle, Richardl

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with MARY STEIN
With their television debut at three-dimensional card- boa'rd
3:30 p.m. today over WWJ-TV, and plastic gimmicks.
students in the speech depart- *

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NOW thru TUES!

John Clauss, Donald
Cleveland, Walter Ralph
and Earl Albert Ebach.

Sidney
Debler,

Other Donovan Scholarship
winners are John William Elsnau,
John Angelo Francavilla, Thomas
Edward Guenter, Ralph Edward
Hillman, Lewis Francis Jilbert,
Cyril Max Kearl, Arthur -James
Knapp, Ray Henry Ladendorf, Al-
astair Stuart MacLennan, Her-
man Merte, Jr., Herbert Leon
Munzel, William Larry Pound and
William O. Puro.
The list concludes with Kenneth
Harry Ristad, Harvey Edwin
Schatz, Frank Richard Shilander,
Jr., Herman Sorem, Clifford Carl
Voice, Robert J. Wernick, Irma
Marian Wyman, and Leland Perry
Stewart.
Kenneth Robert S iv i e r and
Kenneth Robert Waltz have been
awarded the Robert Campbell
Gemmel Memorial Scholarships.

m e n t's ra d io c(a ., s ill Ibexr cta
togl video exprlin e that umy
serve them in good stead before
long.
The Detroit station's staffers
say that television is growing
faster than its most optimistic
pioneers expected. For instance,
WWJ-TV started out a year aci
a half ago with plans for ,n
eight-man staff, but the et-up
grew and grew. Now a force,
numbering 57 mans the station.
Experience Needed
Keith McKinney, WWJ-TV's
program coordinator and a grad-
uate of the University just a few
years ago, said that three to five
years will see a terrific expansion'
of video opportunities, with jobs
waiting for people with television
experience.
Television has already created
brand-new jobs. There is Harry
Wayne, WWJ-TV's staff artist,
for example. Just a few months
ago, Wayne was a truck driver
who painted signs in his spare
time.
Three-Dimensional Speciality
Then he started working par
time for the station, turning out
television signs and portraits in
photographic shades of gray. Now
Wayne specializes in creating

lie(ordinl m ade at the n
IFC Sing will be presented at 4
p.m. tomorrow over WPAG. The
program, written by Mac Barn-
um, will consist of winning songs
and a short history of the annual
interfraternity affair.
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Program high-lights This 'Week:
Today-3 p.m. WJR-CBS Sym-
phony to premiere works at Fes-
tival of Contemporary American
Music at Columbia,
10:45 p.m. WHRV-"Keep the
Money Moving," Radio Workshop
drama.
Monday-9 p.m. WWJ-Tele-
phone Hour, with James Melton.
Tuesday-10 p.m. WJR-Betty
Field stars in "The Last Tycoon.
Wednesday-10:30 p.m. WJR- -
Dewey outlines platform on
"Presidential Timber" series.
Thursday-7:30 p.m. WHRV-
Henry Morgan.
Saturday-3 p.m. WWJ-East-
man School Symphony Orchestra.
UNION OPERA
CHAIRMAN

Plus -
Allen Jenkins

"THE CASE

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Coming
Wednesday!

"ffNIGHTMARE ALLEY""

OF THE BABY SITTER"

STUDY CHARACTERISTICS OF WOOD-Forestry student Ted
Kindel (right) of Grand Rapids, and Louis A. Patronsky, assistant
professor of wood technology at the University, make adjustments
on a precision grinding machine used in research on machining
characteristics of wood. Machine is part of equipment in the Wood
Utilization Laboratory of the forestry school. The Laboratory held
open house Friday.-

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WANTED

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ONE YOUNG MAN needed to complete
kitchen staff of eight at boys camp.
Nine weeks, $180 and room and
board. Phone 7626. )4c
YOUNG LADY to work at Soda foun-
tain. No evenings or Sundays. Swift's
Drug Store, 340 S. State. Phone 20534.
) 5d
WANTED, a good school secretary. Ap-
plicant must be able to type well,
take shorthand, and supervise office.
Steady work. Please contact M. B.
Ropers, Superintendent of Schools,
Willow Run Village. Office phone,
Ypsilanti 423. Resident phone, Ypsi-
lanti 3258-J. )1d
BEAUTY OPERATOR, part time. Ph.
YpsiB2123 between 9 AM.-6 P.M. )2d
BUSINESS SERVICES
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
211 S. Fourth - Ph. 2-1213 )66
BLUE JEAN PEDDLE PUSHERS $2.95
Blue Jean Shorts, $2.50, Sizes 10-20
Colors: Red, White, Faded Blue & Navy
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
COAT AND SUIT CLEARANCE
$25 and $35
Values to $65. Short, long or % coats
in regular and half sizes. Pastels, white
black or navy. Worsted suits in regu-
lar, penion and half sizes.
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street
WANTED: Sewing, dress making alter-
ations, or repairs. Miss Livingston.
315 S. Division. )9f
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FOUR EXPERIENCED counselors for
girls' camp in northern Michigan.
Archery, canoeing, crafts and pioneer-
ing. For information phone 7033 eve-
nings. )2g
PERSONAL
JEWELRY, Watches, clocks, diamonds.
Assorted Greeting Cards. A. Spring,
Jeweler, 221-. 4th Ave. Ph. 4834. )4
Cotton and rayon pajamas. Shorties
and full length styles. Prints and
solid colors.
THE SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theater Building
HAVE YOU seen the little Bronze Man?
write Box 101 if you have informa-
tion regarding his whereabouts Re-
ward. )59
SEKI moonlight on the Adriatic gets
brighter every night. )3d
THE MICHIGANENSIAN goes p to
$6.50 midnight today. Buy now for
$6 ) 88
WANTED TO RENT
VETERAN and wife need apartment,
starting next fall semester. Call 8470
and ask for Bill L. if you have the
impossible available. )9a
Number of Medical students seeking
rooms or apartments near campus.
Desirous of finding 4 year location.
Phone R. Goldsmith, 2-4410. )53
COUPLE: Both Teaching Fellows and
graduates, doing intensive research
and study, need 2-3 room apartment
near campus- about $50 a month. 2-
year occcpancy. Phone 20779. )6f
YOUNG couple desire furnished apart-
ment in Ann Arbor or Willow Village
for period of summer school only.
Phone Ypsilanti 3545W2 or contact
B. H. Thompson, 1531 Linden Ct.,
W.R.V )5g
PHYSICIAN and wife desire 2 bed-
room house or apartment for one
year. Preferably furnished. Will pay
up to 100 dollars. No children or
pets. Call Mrs. Taylor, 2-3548. )2c

TRANSPORTATION
SHORTIE SEERSUCKER PAJAMAS
eyelet trimmed in
pastel colors-$3.49
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )1
WANTED: Ride to Florida about June
5. Share driving, expenses and a
cheerful disposition. Call Jack Glas-
ser. 118 Hayden, 2-4591. )3f
FOR SALE
GAS stove $2, washing machine $20, new
stall shower $40, tuxedo size 28 $5,
lawn mower $8, Cory coffee maker $1,
velvet evening wrap size 18 $3, pil-
lows, dishes. 1117 Church St. )7g
CANARIES beautiful singers and fe-
males and mated pairs. Bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruffins. 562 S. 7th.
)10
1948 ENGLISH AUSTIN, at list price.
Driven 630 miles. 37 miles per gal-
lon. Call 24401. 400 Adams House,
West Quad. Between 7-10 p.m. )61
TRAILER, completely furnished, in-
cluding piano. Parked for perman-
ent occupancy. Inquire at gas sta-
tion, 1880 Packard Road after 5 p.m.
) 7b
CAMPUS SHOP SPECIALS THIS WEEK
All wool spring suits 1/3 off, 1/3 off
on all pigskin and leather gloves. All
colors and sizes.
305 South State Street
)11
GOLF EQUIPT.: Spaulding, MacGreg-
or, Wilson. Ph. 4044 or 2-2058, J.
Malloy.
'37 BUICK COUPE: See at 228 Packard
or call Ken evenings 2-5269. )3c
CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER-In ex-
cellent condition. Reasonably priced.
429 Third St. Phone 21324. )le
CLARINET: French make, perfect
condition Call 412 Greene, East
Quad, aster 5 p.m. 6d
FOUR FORMALS, sizes 11 and 13. Silk
Jersey, lace and jersey, net, and taf-
feta. Call 2-4919 between 7 and 9 P.M.
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E-Flat Alto saxophone. Buescher, with
case, Like new, silver plate. $135. M.F.
Richards. Ph. 25-8513 )5f

FOR RENT
COMFORTABLY furnished 2-bedroom
apartment, Pittsfield Village, from
June 14th to Sept. 11th.' Recently re-
decorated. Spare bedroom furnished.
including desk. Basement with wash-
ing machine. Call 25-9468, Monday
thru Friday. )4g
COMPLETELY furnished apartment, 2
bedroom, June to September. $50 per
month. 1643 Tully Ct., Willow Vil-
lage. )3g
NEAR CAMPUS. Rooms for veteran
students for summer and fall sem-
esters. No Smoking. Ph. 2-1777. )57
FURNISHED 3 Rm. Apt. for summer
months located in Student section
of Willow Village, Write Box 111,
Mich. Daily. )9e
LOST AND FOUND
ONE TAN English Gabardine Top
coat with Littler, Seattle label at P-
Bell night of May Toth. Reward and
another coat upon return. Call 4141.
Rehm. )75
LOST: Glasses and fountain pen in
green glass case, near library. Call
2-4561. Room 487 )9g
LOST: Small brown suede purse be-
tween League and Jordan. ID needed.
Contact Charlotte Viedrah 24561. )72
LOST: Old gold locket, April 24 Monroe
and State St. Phone 2-3072. )2e
An ALPHA TAU OMEGA pin was lost
April 27 between Stockwell and
Romance Language Building. If you
have information please call Eliza-
beth Fraser-2-4471. )9d
LOST: Brown, hard-covered Spiral
notebook. Econ. 122. Finder call
George 27951. )8F

Dove Leyshon
Smokes
CHESIERFIELDS
He says:
"Chesterfields have been my
standby ever since I discovered
they leave my throat as fresh as a
day in Spring.
Chesterfield-year after year-first
choice of college men and women.

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DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
presents
"BERKELEY SQARE",
By JOHN BALDERSTON
Wednesday thru Saturday, May 19, 20, 21 and 22 at 8:00 P.M.
SPECIAL RATE FOR STUDENTS -- Wednesday and Thursday 48c
Tickets $1.20, 90c, 60c (tax incl.) Box Office Opens 10 A.M. Tomorrow
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We smoke and drink, but
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graduate engineer desir
two room suite, or apa
ginning Fall Term '48.

are respon-

.t and one BABY BUGGY: Grey collapsible, half-
re at least price, $18; maroon davenport and
artment be- matching chair $50; portable radio,
)4d $30. Ph. 2-2035. )2f

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