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THFE MICHIGAN DAILY
FINALS BEFORE CAMPAIGNS:

SUJNDAY,

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11

with MARY STEIN

GO"OD News for radio listeners
was the recent announcement
of the National Association of
Broadcasters that commercial an-
nouncement time will be limited
under a voluntary code starting
July 1.
Limitation of advertising to one
minute out of every five in any
given program during the prime
listening hours from 6 to 11 p.m.
was announced. At other hours,
limits will range from one min-
ute 15 seconds for five-minute
programs to seven minutes for
one hour shows.
NAB directors adopted the set
of practices recommended by del-
egates to the 26th annual NAB
convention. Other recommenda-
tions adopted include regulations
on news, public affairs, political,
religious, children's and crime
programs.
"Freedom of expression of opin-
ion in broadcasts of controversial
public issues should be carefully
maintained." the code said.
* * *
LAST SUNDAY'S initial speech
department television show
had unexpected reverberations for
one member of the cast, Mrs.
Helen Currie. Mrs. Currie took
the part of a Helen E. Hokinson-
ish society woman in the video
play "Mr. Plummerton Finds the
Truth."
Then a few days ago she re-
ceived a letter addressed to her in
care of the speech department.
It was from a friend she hadn't
heard from since 1927-Mrs.
Currie's roommate during her
freshman year here more than 20
years ago-who recognized Mrs.
Currie when she appeared on the
television screen last Sunday.

and one of its chiefs, Elmer Sul-
zer.
Program highlights this week:
Today
3 p.m. WJR - CBS Orchestra
plays excerpts from Richard
Strauss' opera "Ariadne and
Naxos," with Eileen Farrell sing-
ing.
10:45 p.m. WHRV--.Michigan
Radio Workshop. "Cold Front,"
experimental drama.
Monday
9 p.m. WWJ-Bidu Sayao sings
"Adieu, Notre Petite Table,,"

Political Groups on Campus
Take Time Out for Studies
By RUSS CLANAHAN
The long academic arm of the University seems to have caught
up 'with members of the ten campus political groups, with only two
meetings scheduled between now and finals.
The Michigan Committee for Academic Freedom, one of the ex-j
ceptions, has planned an executive meeting tomorrow to discus the
recent University rejection of their petition to bring alleged Com-
munist Cail Marzani on campus for a talk on academic freedom. '
Michigan Youth for Democratic Action will hold the otaer meeting
of the week, but only for election of officers. Ed Shaffer. the present
chairman, announced no definite plans for this summer or fall. butI

Campus
Calendar

Student Recital-June Van Me- Ten to twelve million American aas been a general trend
ter' organist, 4:15 p.m. today, Hill voters have never even heard of f'on indecision. While
Auditorium. ro
League (p'n Iouse-7:30 p.m. such important international Americans have returned t
to 11 p.m. today. LcFgue Ballroom.n issues as the Marshall Plan! lationism others have tak
State1-"High Wall," 1 3, 5, 7, 9. This startling bit of informa- aggressive stand. He atti
Michigan-"Naked City," 1, 3. tion was turned up by Martin
5, 7. 9. Kriesberg, a survey director of the:this ange to the -crisis r
Student Recital-Sarah Cossum, Conference Research Project, in ing" of the U.S. press.
violinist, assisted by Jean Farqu- research done for a Foreign Pol- Isolated Regions
arson, pianist, 8:30 p.m. tomorrow, icy Association repor't. AMost of thie Ignorance of
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American Voters Ignorant of
Many International Issues

By IVAN KELLY

Lions. Kriesberg say thatthere

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said the group will attempt to regain University recognition, and will Studet 'Arcsi(N(

actively support Wallace.
The Wallace Progressives, cooperating with the statewide organ-
ization, will send out student representatives throughout Michig a

After Accideni

from Manon.
9 p.m. WWJ-Burt
Lizabeth Scott in
Alone."
Tuesday
10 p.m. WJR-Studio
tures Ann Blyth in
gelic Avengers."
Wednesday

Lancaster,
"I Walk
One fea-
"The An-

Fred O. Kalinka. F & C, was
during vacation to canvas the small towns and rural areas for red 0.tay F & C, was
support. About 20 students have volunteered so far, chairman Max arrested yesterday on a charge of
reckless driving when a car hel
Dean said, but he emphasized that more are still needed. was driving smashed into an auto
The Inter-Racial Association announced that it will abandon driven by Sigmund S. Safran, Bus.

KrS11', ErIgs reSearlC'l S 1OWe
further that women are more ig-
norant of foreign policy than men
and that there is a fairly close
economic position and lack of for-
eign policy information.
Fact Seekers
Those who are best informed on
international politics, according
to Kriesberg. seek continually for
inre facts, while those who know
little or nothing about them ap-
pear to be perfectly content to
remain in the dark.
As regards the attitude of the
public on Russo-American rela-

ican forei gn policy on the part .or
voters is found in relatively iso-
lated sections of the country, and
is caused by insufficient commer-
cial press facilities, according to
I Kriesberg. He feels that the Fed-
eral Government should attempt
to inciease the flow of informa-
tion to these areas.
Kriesberg's report is to be pub-
lished this summer by the Foreign
Policy Association. The material
with which it deals will be covered
in Political Science 116, the course
which lie will teach during sum-
mer session.

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10:30 p.m. WWJ--Jimmy
rante.
Thursday
7:30 p.m. WHRV--.Henry.
Saturday

Du-

picketing and the boycott in its anti-discrimination campaign. but
will inaugurate a poll of Ann Arbor residents to sound out support
for their policies. An attempt will be made to coordinate all the
campus organizations opposed to discrimination by forming one
comprehensive body, Miss Dorothy Priestley, one of the officers, said.
The United World Federalists have laid plans to bring well-known
authorities to Ann Arbor next fall for a subscription series of lec-
tures on world government, Irwin Robinson, the president, said. They
will also participate this summer in a statewide conference amalga-
mating the UWF with other groups interested in world government.

Ad.. at 12:30 a.m. yesterday on
Geddes Ave.,'Sheriff's officers re-
ported.
Kalinka was given a drunk-
ometer test which he passed.

HENRY MORGAN
...and friend
down in the green hills of ken-
tucky this week-station WBKY
in Lexington, which is venturing
forth on a new wavelength. Jim
Schiavone and Betty Kynoch
(with Prof. Waldo Abbot revis-
ing) have written and recorded
a comedy salute to the station

3 p.m. WWJ-Orchestras of the'
Nation, with the Eastman
School Symphony, Howar'd
Hanson conducting.
4:30 p.m. , WWJ - First Piano
Quartet.
6:30 WWJ--NBC Symphony Or-
chestra plays Symphony No. 9
by Shostakovitch.

he added.
The Young Republicans and Young Democrats, Students for
Douglas, the ADA, and the YPCM announced no definite plans. In
general, they are awaiting the results of the Republican and Demo-
cratic conventions before beginning active campaigning.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

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The two ex-roommates
planning a big reunion soon.

are

HENRY MORGAN seems to be a
favorite, comedian with the
college population-at least the
segment of students we've talked
to give his urbane wit top rating.
Recently Henry (se pic) found a
friend in fronit of his familiar
cigar store. At last report he was
trying to find a good wooden In-
dian to join him in his New York
City apartment. By the way, he's
on the air at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays
over WHRV.
* * *
HE BROADCASTING Service
is saluting a colleague station

ROOM AND BOARD
SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS - Two
meals a day at Psi U House, 1000 Hill.
Call or telephone 6490. A few roomsi
also available. )42
FOR RENT
SUITE for summer. Call after 6. Paul
Kordas 543 S. Division upstairs. )60
SUMMER SESSION Vacancies for men.
Call 2-6824 and ask for House Man-
ager. ) 58
ROOMS for summer semester, one
block from campus, call at 802 Oak-
land, ask for Mrs. Domm )93
NEAR CAMPUS: Clean, quiet double
rooms for men students for summer
and fall. No smoking. Ph. 5372 )91
ACROSS from Museum, 1% double
Rooms on 3rd Floor for 3 men stu-
dents. Summer and fall. May be seen
Sunday. Ph. 2-4756. 412 Camden Ct.
) 37

LOST AND FOUND.

Our Spring Parade of "Proven Hits"

LOST -- A woman's Hamilton wrist
watch on May 10 in vicinity of 1204
Hill or Allenel Hotel. Initials E.F.M.
Reward. Call Barbara Forster, 2-5618.
)46
FIFTY DOLLARS reward for return of
gold pocket watch, chain, Phi Beta
Kappa Key, Phi Kappa Phi key and
knife. Initials on watch: W. G. M.7
Call 31511, Ext. 406, Miss Goff. )89
TRANSPORTATION
WOULD LIKE ride to Wash., D.C., after
June 3rd. Share driving and expenses.
Stan Sera~finski ,6284, after 5 p.m. )53
RIDERS wanter to Tulsa, Oklahoma.
via St. Louis. Depart June 8th. Call
2-3282, noon or evening. )32r
WANTED--RIDE to Richmond. Indana
or vicinity by student and wife on
June 2. Share expenses. Call Ypsi
3596J2. )65
DETROIT Bound Daily . 2 or 3 riders
or alternate driving wanted. See
James Tencza, X-ray dept., University
Hospital. Working hours 8-5. )56
FOR SALE
FORD COUPE, 1938. Very clean car.
Call at 125 Hill, Phone 9848. )68
1942 HARLEY "45" recently overhauled,
710 McKinley. Ph. 9692 after 7. )62
MODEL "A" COUPE: Top shape, call
Bill, 2-4591. Room 343 Prescott. )86
WHITE TUX COAT: Size 38, Rm. 226,
Prescott House, 24591. )96
WESTINGHOUSE Table Model Radio-
Phonograph. In perfect condition and
fairly new. $37. Ph. 2-3143. )71
1 SOLITAIRE .72 diamond, platinum
Tiffany setting Call 5767 after 4 p.m.
)80
PLAYPEN, mattress, pads, shees and
blankets. $10. Ph. 2-1512. )34
1947 ABC anartment size Electric Stove.
Excellent condition, $75. Call 2-7368.
)36
FORsSALE-Westinghouse roaster, Uni-
versal hot plate, rug, brown. 8x11.
j 1069 Conway Court, Willow Village. )39
MOTORCYCLE-1942 Harley "45" just
ov erhauled for $325.00. Call Warren
Bentz 2-4481 at 548 So. State. )44
BARGAIN-9 drawer knee hole desk.
Walnut finish. 801 E. Huron, Apt. 2,
after 7 p.m. )47

APARTMENT or suite for three male
students for summer semester. 512
Williams House, Phone 2-4401. )61

WANTED: Binocular microscope.
408 Strauss, E. Quad.
WANTED-8 mm. Movie Camera
light meter. Call 2-3282, noon or
ning.

WANTED TO RENT

WANTED TO BUY

it

Kober r urrton
Joyce Reynolds

4

"Always Togethe r"

Meet Me at theN
for Just Good FoodD
Open 11 A.M.-12 Midnight
1311 So. U.-Across the Street from Witham's
DANCE TONIGHT
Tom Mc Nail's Orchestra

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
EXCHANGE: Adult couple will ex-1
change desirable 2 room apt. in De-
troit for unfurnished apt. or flat in
Ann Arbor. Call Tyler 7-1787 after
7:00 p.m. )54
VETERAN dental student and wife de-
sire apartment beginning fall term
'48. Desirous of securing 4 year lo-
cation. Call Ralph Ritchey, 410 Lloyd
House, 2-4401. )48
SMALL furnished apartment near cam-
pus by quiet couple, non-smoking
drinking. Local references. Call Tom
9553 evenings to 9 or write Box 116.
Michigan Daily. )51
MALE STUDENT with high IQ who
doesn't smoke or drink and hates1
women desires single room near cam-
pus for fall term, so he'll have some
spare time to acquire more acceptable
habits. Write Box 114, Mich. Daily.
)84
PERSONAL
JEWELRY, Watches, clocks, diamonds.
Assorted Greeting Cards. A. Spring,
Jeweler, 221 S. 4th Ave. Ph. 4834. )4
BARRETTES FOR YOUR HAIR
For Evening-for daytime
Gold or Silver - Plain or Patterned
$1.00 Each
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )1
HOSIERY: Archer, Roman Stripe,
McCallun. 51 Gauge: 15, 20 & 30
Den. 45 gage: 30 Den.
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theater Building )7
COAT - SUIT - DRESS SPECIALS
print, pastel, or dark sheer dresses
$7-$10--$14.95. Values to $29.95. Coats
and Suits $25 andc $35. Valves to $65
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )2
PERT PASTEL PAJAMAS
seersucker shorties with eyelet trim
or the ever-popular Tommy-coat and
trouser type of pajacas. in striped or
plain chambray. $3.49 - $5.95
COUSINS ON STATE STREET ) 1
Sun Fun begins on Memorial Day
when you're attired in our vacation-
bound Sacony palm beach or denim
shorts, pedal-pushers, sun dresses. suits
and halters. Navy, brown, black or
white Palm Beach. Red or blue denim.
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )2
COTTON DRESSES, Tailored or Dressy
Sizes 9-15, 10-20. $10.95 and up.
CAMPUS SHOP
305 South State Street )11
HELP WANTED
LIVING QUARTERS, cooking privileges
to couple in exchange for wife's as-
sistance in tourist home -near cam-
pus. Call Mrs. Rose, 7595, 9:00 A.M.
and 1:00 P.M. )59
YOUNG LADY to work at Soda foun-
tain. No evenings or Sundays. Swift's
Drug Store, 340 S. State. Phone 20534.
)5d
EXPERIENCED saleslady for ready-to-
wear department. Full and part
time. Apply in person. RANDALL'S.
306 S. State. )95
IMPORTANT MEETING: for all those
interested in trying out for 1948-'49
Michiganensian Business Staff, meet
Monday, May 24 at 5 p.m.-second
floor, Student Publications Build-
ing. ) 85
STUDENTS to sell high grade casting
rods and velocipedes in their home
territory on commission basis. Good
opportunity. Lake Mfg. Co. 411 E.
Kalamazoo St., Lansing, 12, Mich. )94

Call
)90
and
eve-
)33

"Home of 3-Hour
Odorless Dry Cleaning"DOROTHY PTAICK
-4
H. B. HOURi S .f
C LEAN E R_ **OO
Plant: 630 S. Ashley
Branch: 619 Packard
Phone 4700
TOday Now!
IHE MOST EXCITING STORY OF THE WORLD'S MOST EXCITING CITY!

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 EquipmentdService
111 S. Fourth - Ph. 2-1213

)66

PAINTING, washing Veteran students
to do all kinds of housework. For es-
timates. Call Bert 2-4401. 220 Adams
Hse. )88

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PRE-WAR half-size Violin and case;
excellent tone. Mrs. Capps. Ph. 3-1511.
Ext. 377 any morning. )57
FOR SALE--One year old 9x12 green
wool and cotton fiber rug. $15.00.
Like new, collapsible fiber board
closet $3.50. Call Dexter 5462. )63
RADIO - PHONOGRAPH Combination.
$18; 7 tube, 3 band radio, pushbut-
tons, $28; wired radio transmitter
with microphone, $15; 211 Michigan
House, Ph. 2-411. )67

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a limited edition of
The Ouick andth Dead
by Martin J. Cohn
with cleven full-page i)LIstrations
Consider this one of the
outstanding books of the year!

TRAILER, 21 ft., tandem. Parked ready
for permanent occupancy. Original
cost $2000. Sacrifice $750 full price.
Why pay rent? Inquire 1880 Pack-
ard Road, evenings. )68
WHIZZER., recently overhauled, new
coil. If you need a dependable, eco-
nomical bike, see this one. Call 2-
7862 or 940 Greenwood. )23
MAN'S bicycle. Large basket $10 and
it's yours. Call or see Hugh Starks,
616 S. Division. Ph. 2-0282 after 7 p.m.
)31
CANARIES beautiful singers and fe-
males and mated pairs. Bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruffins. 562 S. 7th.
)10
FOR SALE: Whizzer bike. Used four
months. Saddle Seat. Inquire Gilpins.
2740 Packard after 6 p.m. )47
SIX TUBE Minerva Radio with good
reception, volume and tone control.
Hardly used, cheap. Call Bill Roberts,
2-4591. )49
FORD-1929 Model A sedan, excellent
running condition. $200 or best of-
fer. May be seen daily outside Natural
i ' jn,,,' fmOner in Rnon 4060. )52

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PART-TIME student assistants wanted
to work in the Engineering Research
Institute. Must possess ability to in-
terpret radar photographs for ground
control stations. Applicant should
have military training in this field,
and possess ratings M.O.S. 930142 and
0142 or APQ 13. Inquire Personnel

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