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-TH D MICHIGAN DAILY

TRESDAY, OCTOBER 7,.1948

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AVC Will Attempt To Unite
Factions at Meeting Tonight

POST-WAR TRAVEL:
Plenty in Trieste Contrast to Berlin

Members of the campus chap-
ter of the American Veterans
Committee today expressed confi-
dence that their meeting tonight
would not result in the disintegra-
tion of the organization.
"There will be a battle royal
Petitions for
Judiciary Due
Petitions for two vacancies on
the Men's Judiciary Council are
now available at Rm. 2, Univer-
sity Hall, according to Ev Ellin,
president.
Due to a shortage in forms, the
deadline for turning in petitions
has been extended to Monday at
3 p.m., Ellin said.
Ellin expects 18 men to try for
the two posts and their petitions,
along with ten from last spring
will be considered Monday after-
noon. Mens' Judiciary will call last
spring's petitioners to find out if
they are still interested.
Interviews will be held Tuesday
evening with the male members
of the Student Legislature Cabinet
who make the appointments and
the appointments will be made
Wednesday, Ellin said.
Men with 60 hours credit who
are interested in campus activities
are wanted according to Ellin.
Dewey May Visit
'U' in Near Future
Chances of Gov. Thomas E.
Dewey visiting the University ap-
peared brighter today with the
definite announcegent from
Dewey's headquarters that he will
be in his home town, Owosso, onf
October 16-17.
The local Young Republicans re-
ceived a letter from Dewey earlierI
this year indicating that he would
be especially eager to visit Owosso
and the University on any trip to
Michigan.

tonight," one
dicted, "but
emerge from

AVC member pre-
I expect AVC to
the meeting more

unified than it is now."
THE MEETING, scheduled for
7:30 p.m. today in the Union, will
take up several explosive issues
which were insured a place on the
agenda at last week's meeting of
AVC's executive committee.
Dave Babson, chairman of
AVC, has staked his member-
ship on one of these issues-a
resolution condemning Commu-
nist participation in AVC. He
has threatened to resign as
chairman and from AVC if the
members do not support the res-
olution.
Other important subjects on the
agenda are a resolution calling
for recall, proceedings against
Babson and the election of dele-
gates for the national AVC con-
vention.
Leadersofboth opposing groups
in AVC have called for a record
turnout tonight and facilities in
the Union have been prepared for
an overflow crowd.
Band Seeks Talent
For Varsity Night
The University of Michigan
Band will stage its tenth annual
"Varsity Night" at 8:15 p.m., Fri-
day, October 29, in Hill Audito-
rium.
In keeping with past tradition
the colorful program will feature
some of Michigan's outstanding
student and faculty talent.
The five acts to be preseted will
be selected during preliminary au-
ditions, which will be held at 7:30
p.m., on Tuesday, October 12, in
Harris Hall.
Vocal soloists, quartets, instru-
mentalists, and comedy and other
variety acts are invited to audi-
tion.

By J. M. ROBERTS, JR.
TRIESTEVP)-To one who has
been traveling in Germany, arrival
in Trieste is like finding a warm
inn after being lost in a forest
during a storm.
A galaxy of neon lights burns
long after the blackout has fallen
in Berlin.
* * *
INSTEAD of expressionless peo-
ple intent on augmenting tiny food
rations, here are people actually
having fun shopping or just asso-
ciating with each other in the
streets.
The feeling of release from
something dank and unhealthy
begins even before you are out
of Germany, as your plane lifts
you above the details of shat-
tered cities.
As you pass over the high Swiss
valleys your mind passes from de-
struction and stagnation into
thoughts of what might happen to
Europe if all the water in the hun-
dreds of streams were harnessed
for production.
AS YOU GO higher the plane
bursts through a perfectly level
sea of clouds into bright sunlight.

Off to the right the jagged Alps
stick up above the clouds, and you
get the first feeling of peace in
weeks.
In Milan the Italian customs
people rush you through to catch
the Gorizia plane, being held up
because your plane from Frank-
furt was late.
They don't worry much with the
inside of your bags, or with the
cigarettes you have managed to
save from a shambles of bartering
for German services.
* * *
FROM GORIZIA the bus takes
you through polite and speedy
border guards into the free terri-
tory of Trieste, and you are back
with another U.S. Army of Occu-
pation, but in a far different at-
mosphere. As a matter of fact
the army is hardly in evidence.
Since the split between "Little
Joe" Tito of Yugoslavia and the
Cominform, almost all tension has
been removed from what was once
considered one of the most dan-
gerous spots in Europe.
The Slovene Communists who
stand with Tito and the Togli-
atti - (Italian) Communists who
stand with the Cominform are
at each other's throats.
There have been some minor
clashes between them. But the rest
of the community just lets them
quarrel.
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IN THE CENTER of Trieste is

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an open air market laden with
everything you can think of. Prices
are extremely reasonable compared
with the rest of Europe, although
just now advancing slightly. To-
matoes at from 8 to 10 cents a
pound. Potatoes from 4 to 6, de-
pending on size. Plus a regular
dime store display of everything
from shoes to home made beads.
The stores are likewise well
stocked, and cocktails run from
20 to 30 cents each.
I have seen more building
construction here than in any
other comparable population
area of Europe. Several ships
sunk by the Germans or scuttled
by the Italians as the war ended
are being lifted for salvage. Al-
lied control authorities are
putting through a ship construe-
tion program to revive the port's
chief industry.
With no trouble expected from
Tito as long as he has the Com-
inform on his back, Trieste pre-
sents a surprisingly normal ap-
pearance.
Bermuda is obviously noted for
its great import trade-importing
tourists and sun-lovers, that is.
Oddly enough, its largests item of
export, value-wise, according to
the Encyclopedia Americana, is
lily bulbs. They have made up
three-quarters of the island's ex-
ports since 1942.

ALL SAFE AFTER CRASH LANDING-Group of passengers from a chartered airliner which crash
landed on tiny Haines Cay in the Bahama Islands stand on beach (upper right) near the downed
plane which is resting partially in water. All 23 persons aboard the ship escaped injury when the
pilot "belly-landed" on the narrow beach. Rescue planes later flew the group to Miami, Fla.

JDAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in. The Daily Official Call for your usher card at Hill Nevins, Ruth Oberholtzer, Joseph new applications as well as re-
Bulletin is constructive notice to all Auditorium Box Office today be- Palmer, Jr., Elizabeth A. Puglisi, quests for changes in contracts
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in tween 5-6. p.m. Virginia Anne Ross, Jeanne L. now in effect. These new appli-
typewritten form to the office of Florence Baron, Carl F. Beaver, Rupert, Florence Schiff, Martin cations and changes become ef-
the Assistant to the President, Room Gerald Bowers, Morris Caminen, Sjaarda, Gilber J. Sloan, Dorothy fective Dec. 5, with the first pay-
1021 Angeli Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the Martha Chandlber, Eunice Claspen, Jean Smith, Phyllis M. Smith, roll deduction on Nov. 30. After
day preceding publication (11:0 Mary Clement, Ann Cotton, Anita Leon Sparling, Judith M. Starr, Oct. 15, no new applications or
a.m. Saturlays). - Denniston, Victor Dunaitis, Na- Yeshvant Telang, Lavonne Turner, changes can be accepted until
omi Bess Dvorman, Jose Engel, Mary Marjorie Urban, John P. April 1949.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1948 Shirley Flgovsky, Lester Florant, White, Sidney White, Thelma F.
VOL. LIX, No. 15 Virginia Lee Fowler, Arthur Fried- Williams, Richard J. Wlodyga, Identification cards for stu-
man, Riva Genfan, Elaine C. Martin K. Wyngaarden. dents who registered late or whose
Notices Giese, Ann Heller, Kenieth B. pictures were retaken Wednesday,
Holden, Herbert F. Horwich, Nor- Group Hospitalization and Surgi- Thursday, or Friday of last week
Faculty, College of Engineering: man Jimerson, Doris E. Kangas, cal Service may be called for at the booth out-
Meeting, Mon., Oct. 11, 4:15 p.m., Maurice H. Kartch, Claude F. During the period from Octo- side Rm. 2, University Hall, Thurs.,
Rm. 348 W. Engineering Bldg. King. ber 5 through October 15, the Oct. 7, from 8:30-12 noon and
Robert Messereau, John R. University Business Office (Room from 1-5 .pm.
Oratorical Association Ushers: Montrose, John Neufeld, -Arthur 9, University Hall), will accept (Continued on Page 4)

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FOR SALE
TYPEWRITER-Factory rebuilt. Guar-
anteed 1 year. Also language type
machine $50 and up. Portables. Aero
Radio 335 S. Main. )28
PLYMOUTH Convertible, 1938. 2-year
old Dodge engine. 18 miles to gal-
lon. Heater. Call 6578. )8
/ OLDS, '41 4-door sedan. Good condition.
Ph. "Sen" after 7 p.m. 2-1646. )98
NATURAL LYNX Coat. Size 14. Beau-
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WESTMORELAND Sterling, Milbourne
Rose Pattern. 12 pcs, never used. Ph.
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FORD '47 (Late) Super 8. Radio, air-
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WHIZZER Motor Bike. In good condi-
tion; accessories. A real bargain. Ph.
Lew 2-5184, 615 East U. after 4 p.m. )94
CUSHMAN Motor Scooter. Airbourn
model. Large tires, barrel springs,
practically new, fine condition. Con-
tact Fred Butt, Phone 2-3143. )4
Need a Good Place to Live?
Louis trailer, 1946 24-ft. Admiral, is
ready to move into behind 1880 Pack-
ard. Reduced price. Terms )51
TYPEWRITER, Underwood portable.
Little used. $50. Call Henry, 2-8785,
afternoons, except Monday and Wed-
nesday. )97
HORTENSE - 1930 Packard, straight-
eight touring convertible sedan, Cus-
tom body. Price $150. Phone Don or
Dave, evenings 5-6. 2-8450. )95
THREE Bicycles. Two travelers bikes,
can be broken down for easy ship-
ment or storage, almost new. One
Liberty bike, used, in good condition.
Call 5559 or 2-6745. )99
HIGH SCORING STADIUM FASHIONS
Come in and get your particular
grandstand styles at the
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP )1
1 James 125cc motorcycle, $250. Never
used. 1 125cc French Motobecane
cycle, $200. Never used. 1 Servi-cycle,
$125, in very good condition.
Call 2-3173 between 9 and 5 daily.
)87
NEW LINGUAPHONE German lan-
guage records 30 lessons - $30.
Schwinn "Continental" bike, 3 Mo.'s
old. $75 when new. Still like new. $45
Box 138 )88
BABY PARAKEETS-Beautiful singing
canaries. Bird supplies and cages.
Ruffins Melody Bird Shop, 562 S. 7th.
)18
PURE BRED GREAT DANE
6 mos. Broke. Handles well
Excellent Health. Dark Brindle.
Male. Call 8856 after 7 p.m.
)49

FOR SALE
VIOLIN-About 100 years old. Fine tone.
Beautiful appearance. Complete with
bow, shoulder pad, alligator case and
waterproof cover. $200.00. Private
Owner. Call 2-3784. )96
Frame your face in one of our perky
fall hats. A felt bonnet trimmed with
a gay feather to go with your new
fall suit or a velvet cap to match your
favorite date dress.
$3.95 and $5.00
COUSINS ON STATE STREET ) 2
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Ladies Wrist Watch. Rosegold
Near East Quad. Call 2-4591; Mrs.
Newell. )1L
LOST-Pair of glasses in AH vicinity.
Case inscribed House Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Finder please call 9247. )8L
LOST-Small white gold pearl and dia-
mond ring, Saturday night between
Zeta Psi House and Stockwell Hall.
Reward. Call 2-4471, Rm. 2549. )7L
BROWN Gabardine Army Trench Coat
with Tallyho label. Taken from Lan-
tern Gardens Restaurant about 7:15
p.m. Sunday. Call Stewart Newblatt,
2-7956. )3L
FOR RENT
6 ROOM furnished home 25 miles from
Campus. Phone Wm. Marvin, 4183,
5:00-6:00 P.M. )3R
FOR RENT - Football weekend guest
Rooms available. Call Student Room
Bureau, 2-8827; 11-12 a.m., 6:30-8 p.m.
)2R
BUSINESS SERVICES
EXPERIENCED Baby Sitting. Mature
Grad student. Call 2-0122. )9B
ALTERATIONS - Restyling - Custom
clothes, Hildegarde Shoppe, 109 E.
Washington, Telephone 2-4669. )1B
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Ph. 2-9020. )3B
BOUGHT AND SOLD-Men's used
clothing by Ben the Tailor at Sam's
Store, 122 E. Washington. )5B
TYPINGrSERVICE
Will call for and deliver
1820 Pontiac Phone 4798
)7B
open again. Sandwich delivery serv-
ice from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. 208 South
Fifth Ave Ph. 4585. Closed Mondays.
)8B
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, 2-2266 or
871W11 Ypsi )6B
ROYAL TYPEWRITERS
Standards - Portables
Sold - Rented - Repaired
We also buy used typewriters
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. Univ., 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-1213
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TRANSPORTATION
TIRED hitchhiker wants ride to Chi-
cago Friday. Will help with driving
and expenses. Call Kennedy, 2-6692
after 9 p.m. )2T
WANTED TO RENT
GARAGE wanted by careful driver. Gen-
eral vicinity of East Quad. Phone
2-4591, after 7 p.m. Ask for "18 Hay-
den." )2N
WANTED TO TRADE
'36 PONTIAC, good running condition.
2 new tires, heater. $200 or best offer.
Call 7945. )1D
TWO WORLD SERIES Tickets for Fri.
or Sun wanted in exchange for two
Sat. tickets. Call Bob, 2-0910 after
7 pm. )2D
PERSONAL
CLIFF HOFF ORCH.
Judy Pardee, Vocalist, will make
your party a success. Ph. 2-8808
3P
SPECIAL!
Fine Feathers hosiery, originally
priced at $1.35 pr, NOW $1.09 pr.
3 prs. $2.99. New Fall shades.
First quality - Aver. length, size 9-10%2
RANDALLS ON STATE STREET )2P
SENIORS!
Your pictures for the 1949 Michigan-
ensian are now being taken. Make
your appointment any afternoon this
week from 2-5. Call 2-6482 for infor-
mation. Ensian Office-Student Pub-
lications Building. )1P
SCINTILLATING middle-aged woman
looking for conscientious, humane
dogwalker everyafternoond2-5,aeach
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HELP WANTED
PART TIME SALESMAN. Inquire Ar-
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SALESLADIES. Full or part-time, ladies'
ready-to-wear. Dixie Shop, 224 S.
Main. ) 3H
GRAD Student in building business
needs husky student helper. Eight to
ten hrs. a day, Tuesday, Thursday,
Saturday, Sunday. Experience as ma-
son's or plasterer's helper preferred.
Write Box 141. )2H
SALESLADY--Experienced in ready-to-
wear. Salary depends on ability. Full
time. Apply in person. The Budget
Shop. 611 E. Liberty St )5H
STUDENT for part-time work around
large home in Washtenaw-Austin
vicinity, average eight hours per
week, which can be arranged to fit
schedule. Must be steady and in-
dustrious. Call 2-6844 between 7 and
8 p.m. )6H
WIFE or mother of student to help 3
or 4 hours each day Monday thru
Friday in home of elderly lady and
professional daughter. Call 2-2823.
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WANTED
ONE TICKET for Illinois football game.
Call 2-6793. )8W
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Be they square, round or flat
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FROM HIS TEMPESTUOUS PAST...
FROM HER IMPASSIONED MEMORIES...

Two

Prominent Figures
ACTRESS

CORNELIA OTIS
SKINNER

JOHN MASON
BROWN

A "first-lady" of the theatre,
noted for her brilliant act-
ing and entertaining mono-
logues, Her new solo-drama
recently captivated London
and New York audiences.

to 5 p.m.

in the Theatrical World
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Feb. 24

Author, lecturer and emi-
nent drama critic, America's
foremost spokesman for the
arts. His column "Seeing
Things" is a weekly highlight
in The Saturday Review of
Literature.
"Broadway In Review"
Nov. 19

Complete Course of
7 Outstanding Platform Personalities
$7.50 - $6.30 - $5.10 (tax incl.)
Box Office Open Daily 10 - 1, 2 - 5
Closed Saturday P.M. and Sunday
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