THE MICHIGfAN D)ATLY
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1949
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Feel Housing Pinch
By MARY STEIN
When you're a long way from Egypt, or India, or China-where-.
What's Up in the Dorms
ever your home is-it can be quite a
ing shortage hits you.
Many of the University's forei
Take Hussein Zaki and Mohame
students, for instance. They say t
because their landlady has moved h4
"SHE WILL GIVE US a basen
I don't think it will be a good plac
been able to find another room."
A Chinese student said thatI
for several weeks. He has a ro
campus, and it's costing more th
"I have tried to find space at
they are all taken."
ISAAC RIDA, GRAD., Trans-J
get a room for a friend where he ha
"But the landlady said th
An anonymous student wrote
a place to live in Ann Arbor-it isc
The reason - he is discriminated.'
BUT MOST STUDENTS don
campus housemothers discriminate
They agree that in a few c
against foreign students.
"But it took an American frie
than it took me," Waddi Rumman,
An Indian student said he b
existed against his countrymen.
a calamity when a University hous- AEC Demands
gn students are finding that out. Loyalty Evidence
ed Elgindy, both Egyptian graduate
hey must leave their rooms today WASHINGTON - (AP) - The
er rooming house. Atomic Energy Commission of-
fered the CIO United Electrical
nent room in the new house, but Workers the choice today of dis-
proving charges of Communist
:e to stay. And so far we have not tie-ins, or being ousted completely
from atomic energy plants.
he had been looking for a room The Commission said that labor
om, but it's some distance from union leaders representing work-
an the $6 he can afford to pay. ers in atomic energy installations
must niot only furnish non-Coin-
about ten houses," he said. "But mnist oaths, but must obtain the
same loyalty clearance from the
* * FBI which is required of the
ordan, said that he had tried to workers themselves.
ad formerly roomed. *. * *
at she wanted Americans this THE POLICY was disclosed in a
letter from AEC chairman David
E. Lilienthal to Albert Fitzgerald,
The Daily, "It is hard to find UE president.
even harder for a foreign student. Fitzgerald had written to Lil-
ienthal protesting the Commis-
* * sion's action last week barring
not believe that the majority of the UE from representing work-
against them. ers at any new atomic energy
ases people may be prejudiced is "very serougroundt at ther
loyalty of some of the UE offi-
nd of mine longer to find a room cers.
, Palestinian student, said. In Lilienthal's reply, made pub-
elieved that little discrimination lic today, he said that unless the
loyalty of the union officials is
cleared up satisfactorily, the AEC
will take "such further steps as
Oregon Gam e may be necessary" to protect
m S ted THOSE STEPS, another Com-
mission official'discussed, include
the ousting of the UE from the
Movies of last week's Michlgan- Peek Street atomic plant at
Oregon football game will be Schenectady, N.Y. operated by
shown at 8:30 p.m. Sunday, in the General Electric C. under a eon-
m ain ballroom of the Union. w G era lh El e r C .u e reco n t
tract with the Government. Thne
On hand to act as narrator will UE has an overall labor contract
be Stuart Finlayson, Field Secre- with General Electric.
tary of the Alumni Association.
Women are especially invited to
attend the screening. There is no 450 Pages of Your Year at
charge. Michigan; 'Ensian
A second showing will follow
shortly after the first if the de- I
mand warrants. CLA
Artists and helpers are
wanted for the Homecoming
Dance on Oct. 30. All those FOR SALE
who are interested may con- FRSL
tact Don Greenfield at 2-8853. OVERCOAT. Used one winter. Blue
alpaca. $20. Call 2-5225. )11
(Editor's note: This will be a regular
column printed several times each
week. All residence halls, league
houses, sororities, fraternities and
co-ops desiring information or wish-
ing to contribute should contact
Dolores Palanker at The Daily or 105
Three houses in West Quad held
elections last night.
Lloyd House announces the fol-
lowing officers for the fall semes-
ter: Curt White, president; Ray
Gover, vice-president; Howard
Fosler, secretary; Joe Simpson,
ELECTIONS AT Chicago House
required several ballots after a
recent split between the Old Par-
ty and the New Progressives. The
results, were Thornburn Stiles,
president; William Kotapish, vice-
presiden,t; Leonard Romano, sec-
retary; Ellis Hayden, treasurer;
Dori Binkowski, academic chair-
man; Charles Tucker, judiciary
chairman; James Murray, social
chairman; and Edward Storey
New officers at Allen-Rumsey
House are as follows: Nick
Schooley, president; C o r k e y
Bronston, judicial chairman;
Bob McKie, secretary; Don
Massnick, treasurer; Clyde
Spencer, athletic director; Bud
Howell, social chairman; How-
ard Eicher, academic councilor;
and Norm Gottlieb, lord high
An upper classman at Betsy
Barbour tells the story of an en-
terprising freshman who came to
her in the laundry room and
asked how to work the automatic
AFTER AN EXPLANATION of
the procedure, the novice asked
how much clothes to put in.
"About a laundry bag full," the
upper classman told her and then
Coming back a short time
later, she saw a large blue thing
tossing about in the washer.
"What's that?" she asked.
"Oh, that's my laundry bag full
FOUR HURT IN MULTIPLE "CRASH-Four girls lie on the coast highway north of Santa Monica,
Calif., after they were injured in an accident involving two trucks and two automobiles. All suf-
fered serious injuries when their sedan was telescoped by a truck.
A WOMAN IN THE HOUSE?
'Elaine' Has West Quadders Mystified
DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT
STAG or DRAG
BEAT THE BAND
REDUCED RATES: To the Ladies prior to 9:00
"MEET ME AT THE TEMPLE"
Enacted by Students
A special radio program de-
signed for children, which was
initiated this summer, is being
continued by the Radio Division
of the Speech Department this
The program, which is aired
Monday through Friday at 5:30
p.m., is called Tales From Four
Winds. The Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday shows con-
sist of children's stories which
are told by a student narrator.
Tuesday's program features a
story or fairy tale which is adapt-
ed for radio and enacted by stu-
dents of the Radio Division.
By JIM BROWN
"Who is Elaine?"
For the last two weeks men liv-
ing in the West Quad have been !
ransacking every closet and store-
room in search of a mysterious
coed who calls herself Elaine.
The whole thing started bout
two weeks ago when a ne disc
jockey program was introd ed
over the three student-run radio
stations originating in Michigan,
Chicago and Allen - Rumsey
Houses. The unusual feature about
this program is that the disc
jockey is a woman-a very wom-
anish sounding woman-who in
the course of her show makes sev-
eral references to her room, which
she says is in the West Quad.
AT LEAST PART of the solution
to the mystery has leaked out.
Elaine, it seems, really lives in a
League house somewhere near the
She reords the 15 minute
program several times a week
and it is later broadcast in
Michigan and Allen - Rumisey
Houses at 0:30 p.m., and in Chi-
cagosHouse at 10 p.m. Elaine's
real name still remains a deep
The "Elaine" disc jockey pro-
gram is only one of several pro-
grams being offered by the West
Quad stations this year.
RUN BY WARD Cornelius, '50E,
and Fred Remley, '51, in Michigan
House, Ned Skidmore, '50M, in
Allen Rumsey House and Sheldon
Gates, '50E in Chicago House, they
offer a varied musical program
from '7 to 10 p.m.
The Ken MacDonald Show is
then relayed from Station WPAG-
FM until midnight. In addition
they feature several special broad-
casts such as election campaigns
and educational programs.
Dine and Dance
KOMO KATERING KLUB
Jimmie Caldwell and his Three Jacks and a Queen
Every Fri. and Sat. from 9 P.M. to 1 A.M.
DINNERS starting at 5 P.M.
Admission $1.20, tax included GREEN and DAVIS
HOME OF GOOD FOOD
418 East Washington
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HERE, in the rich environment of a warm home, dis-
criminating people find food prepared in a painstakingly
"home-cooked" style. For sheer eating pleasure our O
tempting dishes are supreme.
You'll be surprised at the variety of delicacies on
' our smorgasbord and you can eat all you want!
0I Phone 9717 for reservations
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A#2ireat 1?4oncl Compare-
THE ALLEN EL'S
TENDER WHITE TAIL MEAT combined with the
delicate flavor of succulent claws . . . broiled whole
till the rich pink tint and the heavenly aroma announce
perfection.... Served with drawn butter and trimmed
SOUND GOOD? It tastes wonderful! Ask the many
who dine regularly at the Allenel. Come down and
find out for yourself just how appetizing a meal can
be. Our main dining room, private dining rooms and
tap room open to all.
27h e1/ene ilo le
RCA RADIO-PHONOgraph. Floor model.
Excellent playing condition. Call
2-6824. ) 13
1936 FORD 2-door, dependable, $195.
114 Longman Lane. Afternoon or
PLYMOUTH Convertible, 1938. 2-year
old Dodge engine. 18 miles to gal-
lon. Heater. Call 6578. )8
CUSHMAN Motor Scooter. Airbourn
model. Large tires, barrel springs,
practically new, fine condition. Con-
tact Fred Butt, Phone 2-3143. )4
The dashing winter coat you've wanted.
Every variation of flared, belted,
or princess styles at the
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP ) 1
TYPEWRITER-Factory rebuilt. Guar-
anteed 1 year. Also language type
machine, $50 and up. Portables.
Aero Radio, 335 S. Main. )16
COVERT SUIT, size 37-Long, worn dozen
times. Made by S. L. Bird, Detroit.
Originally $65, now $45. Ph. Guy Reem,
Ypsi 3545-J1 )14
1.4 CARAT Diamond Engagement Ring
in platinum setting with twelve small
diamonds. $950. Box 144, Michigan
ENLARGER-Omega D-2. 35 mm. to 4x5,
like new, with lens, 4 extra negative
carriers and matching easel. Call
2-1923 after 6. )12
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
NO COLD HANDS THIS WINTER!
Not when you're wearing a pair of our
heavy white wool mittens. $1.39. Or
our hand-knitted heavy wool mittens
in black, white, red, pink or blue, $2.95
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )2
BABY PARAKEETS-Beautiful singing
canaries. Bird supplies and cages.
Ruffins Melody Bird Shop, 562 S. 7th.
2 TO 4 TICKETS to Northwestern game.
Together or in pairs. Call 5671, ask
for Coke. If not in, leave name.* or
Be they square, round or flat
THE DASCOLA BARBERS
Liberty off State )5W
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
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Black Portable. RCA, left in Rm.
335 West Engine. Wed., Oct. 6 about
4:30. Reward. Ph. 8035 )9L
SALESLADY-Experienced i4 ready-to-
wear.' Salary depends on ability. Full
time. Apply in person. The Budget
Shop. 611 E. Liberty St )5H
WANTED TO RENT
STUDENT desires garage space within
11,1 miles of Law Quad. Car used
weekends only! Ph. 4145, Rm. K41. )1N
Continuous from 1 P.M.
-- LAST TIMES TODAY -
Its so d~4
-- COMING SUNDAY -
FOR RENT - Football weekend guest
Rooms available. Call Student Room
Bureau, 2-8827; 11-12 a.m., 6:30-8 p.m.
CLIFF HOFF ORCH.
Judy Pardee, Vocalist, will make
your party a success. Ph. 2-8808
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 9-1011
RANDALLS ON STATE STREET )2P
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
NCN and Directory too; Published
by the Michiganensian Just
Will call for and deliver
1820 Pontiac Phone
Standards - Portables
Sold - Rented - Repaired
We also buy used typewriters
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. Univ., 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-1213
126 East Huron
For Reservations, Phone 4241
What's in a Name?
It's the FOOD that COUNTS!
Our gettin' ready to serve
you meals the way you want
'em has been more impor-
tant than thinkin' up a
Art Cinema League Presents
"Raimu at His AL^ET
PtfRR f XONAYU
CMrzPIN + ANOER ORD
LAST TIME TODAY 8:30 P.M.
Admission 50c Phone 6300
Box Office Opens at 2 P.M.
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
Monday thru Saturday: 7:30 A.M. - 12:00 Midnight
Sunday: 11:30 A.M. - 12:00 Midnight
rD ANIA1F3 A r(AIEE
FROM HIS TEMPESTUOUS PAST...
FROM HER IMPASSIONED MEMORIES...
What would you
call a cafeteria with
0 EXCELLENT FOOD
* QUICK SERVICE
* MODERATE PRICES
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