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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY. OCTOBER LL19. 1

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Press, Politicians Mingle
On Dewey Special Train

(Continued from Page 1)
physician Omar C. Latimore I
found that the governor has suf-
'fered a slight ache in one arm this
week but that otherwise he is in
perfect health and seems to be en-
joying the campaign.
Congenial porter Bernard F.
Williams helping with my con-
tiats, gave inside information
such as "Allen Dulles, (brother
of John Foster) spends most of
French Skits
Will Be Aired
Michel Leiser Directs
Programs on Radio
A new radio program featuring
skits in both French and English
will be broadcast alternate Wed-
nesdays beginning at 5:30 p.m. to-
morrow over -WUOM.
The program, designed to in-
terest the general public, will be
presented by French exchange
students at the University. Direc-
tor of the programs is Michel Lei-
ser, formerly of the French broad-
casting System and the Office of
War Information.
The first program will feature a
skit between an American GI and
a French waiter demonstrating the
number of words which English
has borrowed from French and
French from English.
A group of French songs and a
talk on Existentialism will con-
clude the program.
Students desiring to participate
in future broadcasts may contact
Mitchel Leiser through the Univer-
sity Broadcasting Service.
School'Debaters
Plan Meeting Here
Michigan high school debaters
will throng to Ann Arbor Satur-
day to attend a one-day High
School Debate Assembly, Ray E.
Nadeau, University debate direc-
tor, has announced.
The high school groups will meet
for a clinic program on the current
high school debate topic.

his time reading and listening to
the radio to keep Dewey up to
date on foreign policy."
Most convenient spot on the
train from the press' angle are
the two cars reserved for the
fourth estate.
* * *
HERE ONE FINDS a comfort-
able lounge and bar, and a work
room with typewriters and West-
ern Union service. The flow of
copy to the telegraph operator is
counteracted by a flow of bour-
bon and soda to the journalists.
In Michigan, as in every state
according to other reporters,
local dignitaries, political lead-
ers, and Dewey friends, camne
aboard at Jackson.
Sen. Arthur H. Vandenberg,
Gov. Kim Sigler and Sen. Homer
Ferguson were among them.
SEN. VANDENBERG came to
the press car immediately upon
boarding the train and introduced
himself.
. The whole atmosphere of
train life is geared to the cam-
paign. Flowers are everywhere,
the gifts to Mrs. Dewey which
she could not keep in the over-
flowing Dewey car.
The staff is constantly about,
seeing to comfort, distributing
itinerary, speeches, and in this
case the program at Owosso.
* * *
AT OWOSSO, the candidatej
and his party, including myself,
were bundled into cars and pa-
raded down Owosso's main street
to a home-coming rally at Will-
man field.
The flavor of the University
was injected into the program
when Dewey, a former member
of Men's Glee Club and an ex-
Daily reporter, mounted to the
platform. "Hail to the Victors"
was played.
In the parade, two floats de-
picted Dewey's University years:
An old yellow jalopy with a "M"
on the side, and a floral float with
students in cap and gown and a
yellow and blue "U of M."
When the campaign special
broke up after the speech, the
press was feasted at the Owosso
City Club to more of what flowed
on the train: bourbon, gin and
soda, with one addition-food.

Merit Awards
Received by
'U' Sentits
Seven Governmental
Certificates Given
Four University scientists re-
ceived the Presidential Certificate
of Merit, and three others were
awarded the Army-Navy Certifi-
cate of Appreciation for secret
work during the war at cere-
monies yesterday in Detroit.
Those receiving the presidential
award were: Prof. Stephen Att-
wood, of the electrical engineering
department; Prof. David M. Den-
nison, of the physics department;
Prof. Louis H. Newburgh, of the
medical school; and Prof. Werner
E. Bachmann, of the chemistry de-
partment.
Recipients of the Army-Navy
certificates were: Prof. William G.
Dow, of the electrical engineering
department; Prof. Donald G. Mar-
quis, of the psychology depart-
ment; and William C. Parkinson,
instructor in the physics depart-
ment.
The awards were among the six
presidential certificates and 22
certificates of appreciation pre-
sented to Michigan men. The cere-
monies were part of the inaugural
session of a new school being set
up by the government.

(Editor's note: Contributors to what's
Up in the Dorms should contact Do-
lores Palanker at The Daily or 105
Betsy Barbour.)
Hinsdale House, East Quad, an-
nounces the following Officers for
the fall semester: Bruce Herrigel,
president; Robert Mazurk, vice-
president; Alfred Kiessel, sec-
retary; Edward Keough, Treasur-
er; Paul Binkly, sports chairman;
Don Kory, social chairman; Ray-
mond Edwards, East Quad repre-
sentative; Richard Ratcliff, aca-
demic counselor; Richard Reitz,
councilman-at-large.
THIE GIRLS of Mary Markley
are still agog over the honors they
won at Fortnight. They held a
gala celebration-ice-cream, gin-
ger ale and all the trimmings-
and made the freshmen who
hadn't been able to attend "Open-
ing Night" bow three times be-
fore the gold cups for scholar-
ship and activity participation.
An open house was held after
the game Saturday so all their
friends might see the cups be-
fore they left for the engravers
yesterday.
Mary Markely's officers for this
year are Stella Brey, president;
Selma Williams, vice-president;
Phyllis Miotti, secretary; Lillian

'What's Up in the Dorms

Miller, treasurer; Doris Pury,
social chairman; Yvonne Brown,
publicity chairman; Marge Me-
isan, activities chairman; and
Sophia Holley, athletic chairman.
LILLIAN WILLIAMS received
the Hinsdale Scholarship, award-
ed annually to a resident of Mary
Markley. The recipient is voted
on secret ballot by the girls in the
house for leadership, activities, fi-
nancial needs, cooperativeness and
a 2.9 average or better.
Wenley House is at work
again! Dave Raffel, leader of
the homecoming display com-
mittee, let is be known that the
new display will surpass even
last year's triumph.
The '48 regulations demand that
men's displays be mechanical and
talented -Wenley men, remember-
ing last year's so-called "Rozian's
Folly," after the inventor, are
thinking, "How mechanical can
you get?"
* * *
THE HOUSE had only one re-
quest to make, "No Water power,
please!"
Michigan House will listen to a
talk Wednesday evening by one
of its residents, Terry Benbow.
Terry, who spent the summer trav-
eling with a friend and with a hos-
tel group through Europe, has
quite a bit to say about his expe-
riences.
He spent most of his time in
France, on the Riviera, and in
Western Germany.

Author To Tell
Of Dutch Fighi
AgainstSea
Lecturer Witnessed
Rebuilding of Dikes
Noted Dutch author and jour
nalist, A. den Doolaard, will lec
ture on "Walcheren-a chapter i
Holland's Fight Against the Sea
at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in th
Rackham Amphitheatre.
The lecture will deal with th
dramatic story of how the Dutc
managed to patch dikes blaste<
by the British in the last Worli
War and push the Atlantic Oceal
from the island. R
** *
WALCHEREN, while a Dutc]
island, commands the water ap
proaches to the Belgian city o
Antwerp. Stubborn German re
sistance there after the invasion o
Europe caused the British to floo
the island.
Den Doolaard is the pen name
of C. Spoelstra. Author of sev-
eral novels, including "The Vin-
tagers," "Orient Express," and
"The Horseshoe Inn," he was
connected with the Italian, Aus-
trian and Dutch undergrounds
during the recent war.
After the liberation of Hollanc
Mr. den Doolaard was posted ol
the flooded island of Walchere
as liaison officer between th
Royal Engineers and the Dutc]
Department of Dike Repairs.
This gave him an unique oppor
tunity to witness the epic strug
gle to save the island, which i
described in his latest book "Rol
Back the Sea."

CAR PLUNGES THROUGH WAREHOUSE ROOF-A driver-less
automobile raced down a hill at San Francisco, hit a guardrail at
an estimated 100 miles an hour, dropped 150 feet and crashed
through the roof of this grocery company warehouse. No one
was injured.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLET'IN

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is cons~ructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of
the Assistant t, the President, Room
1021 Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the
day preceding publication (11:00
a.m. Saturdays).

TUESDAY OCTOBER 19,
VOL. LIX, No. 25

1948'

Heads, and Others Responsible
for Payrolls:
Payrolls for the Fall Semester
are ready for approval. Please call
in Room 9, University Hall after
Oct. 18.
Certificate of Eligibility for par-
ticipation in non-athletic ex-
tracurricular activities may be se-
cured in the Office of Student Af-
fairs, Rm. 2, University Hall,
Monday through Friday after-
noons only. Each student applying
for a certificate should present a
blueprint of his scholastic record.
College of Literature, Science and
the Arts, Schools of Education,
Forestry, Music, and Public
Health:
Students who received marks of

L X, or "no report" at the close of
their last semester or summer ses-
sion of attendance will receive a
grade of E in the course unless this
work is made up by October 20.
Students wishing an extension of
time beyond this date in order to
make up this work should file a pe-
tition addressed to the appropriate
official in this school with Rm. 4
University Hall where it will be
transmitted.
Th? Following League House
house-mothers who serve break-
fast and/or dinner have space for
women students who wish to ap-
ply to them:
Mrs. H. G. Benson, 433 May-
nard, 8239; Mrs. Pauline Elliott,
1027 E. University, 2-5147; Mrs.
H. W. Freeman, 1805 Washtenaw,
9764; Mrs. Frank Gucker, 849

Notices
Regents' Meeting: 9 a.m., Sat.,
Nov. 13. Communications for con-
sideration at this meeting must'
be in the President's hands not
later than Thurs., Nov. 4.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
To Deans, Directors, Department

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TODAY and Wednesday
35c until 5 P.M.

:r[ _ BP TIMEfor GAGS AND7GAL
Color by TECHNICOLOR.
- OEy starring-JACK
DERNNE CARSON -

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

Thursday
"RETURN OF THE
BADMEN"

also
"CAT NAP PLUTO"
Disney Cartoon

ART CINEMA LEAGUE and
LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA
Present
T211-E DA RK NIG H T
(LA NOCHE DE LOS MAYAS)
ARTURO DE CORDOBA ESTELA INDA
Spanish Dialogue - English Titles
Tuesday, Wednesday Oct. 19, 20
Admission 50c 8:30 P.M.
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE

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35 Cal. Remington Deer Rifle; 2 boxes1
shells. $110. Ph. 2-7333 eve. )50
'36 HARLEY 80, very good, buddy, tire.
Ph. 2-9882. )35
BIKE in excellent condition with bas-
ket. $20. Call 2-0295. )41
1930 Model A. R. M. Fisher. Univ. Ext.
2168 or 1880 Packard Rd. )42
GREAT DANES, age 4 months, vac-1
cinated, AKC registered, reasonably
priced. Ph. 2-4801. 1816 Frieze Ave. )34
ZENITH Transoceanic Portable Radio.
New battery. Perfect condition. Call
2-9702 after 5 p.m. )47
TICKET to Minnesota game without
transportation. Call Merrill Miller,
2-8182. )49
CAMERA, Meteor, flash, case, light in-
dicator, other accessories, used one
month, half price. Ph. 8975. )48
PLYMOUTH Convertible, 1938. 18 miles
to gallon. 2 year old Dodge engine.
Heater. $350. Ph. 6578. )45
SKIRT, SWEATER 'N BLOUSE SCOOPS
for the ideal way to stretch
your wardrobe.
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP )1
FUR COAT-Lovely silverblue muskrat.
Annis. Like new. Size 16. New style.-
Selling below half original price. Call
2-9538. )23
1 SERVI-CYCLE, in very good condi-
tion, $150. 1 Motobecane Motorcycle,_
never used, $200. Call 2-3173, 9-5
weekdays. ) 30
.40 CARAT Diamond Engagement ring,
6 small diamonds; appraised $295.00,
for $250.00. Matching wedding band,
7 small diamonds; appraised $130.00,
for $100.00. Will sell either or both.
Box 146, Mich. Daily. )44J
MAKE HOMEWORK A PLEASURE
By wearing one of our washable
cotton quilted Study Coats.
Pastel colors, Sizes 12-18, $5.95
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )2
JEEP in almost new condition with
weather tight aluminum cab, heater,
and 5 new tires. Bright red. $990.
Phone 2-3264. )46
ANGORA SWEATERS
White - Pink - Blue - Green
Short Sleeve Pullovers - $5.95
RANDALL'S
306 South State Street )3

HAYWOOD-WAKEFIELD maple coffee
table, army tan custom tailored half-
coat and green blouse, size 40-42 short,
for sale cheap. Excellent condition.
Call 8403 evenings. )43
MISCELLANEOUS
FORMER A.A.C.S. Men in Reserve in-
terested in joining A.A.C.S. Res. Sq.,
call 2-7314. ) 5M
BABY PARAKEETS for training to
talk $6 each. Canaries, bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruff ins, 562 South 7th.
)18
PERSONAL
U. of Michigan coed who was at the
Cloisters in New York on June 13,
1948, please write Erich Etten, 347 E.
30 St., New York 16, N.Y. )4P
FRATERNITIES!!!
Welcome your alums with music at
your open house by Cliff Hoff Orch.
Ph. 2-8808 )3p
STUDENTS!!
The photographers have finished taking
over half of the pictures for the En-
sian. If you are going to get a degree
in Feb., June or August your photo
should be in the MICHIGANENSIAN.
Make an appointment any afternoon
this week from 2-5. Call 2-6482 for
information. ) 5P
BUSINESS SERVICES
KNITTING done at home. Sweaters,
mittens, etc. Call Ypsi 3530J2. )7B
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
Motion Picture
PHOTOGRAPHY
COMPLETE
SCRIPT TO SCREEN SERVICE
1507 White St. Phone 8975 )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
)2B

FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Football weekend guest
Rooms available. Call Student Room
Bureau, 2-8827; 11-12 a.m., 6:30-8 p.m.
)2R
TRANSPORTATION
ROUND TRIP to Minnesota, tickets in-
cluded, $25. Call 2-2202, Earl. )2T
HELP WANTED
WIVES of students wanted as'salesgirls,
part-time and full-time workers. Ap-
ply at Mr. Dunn, S. S. Kresge Co.,
317 S. State, on the campus. )2H
WANTED
WANTED-Two tickets to Navy game.
Call 206 Hinsdale, 2-4591. )10
2 or 3 Tickets to Illinois game. Call
Dick or George, phone 2-0849. )9W
2 or more Tickets to Illinois game. Will
trade one Indiana. Call 5473 after
6:00 p.m. )8W
WANTED: Minnesota ticket, Section 26,
to sell or trade for 2-3 tickets in end
zone. Call John Fisher, 2-3089. )7w
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Football tickets, Sec. 32-63-19.
Reward. Call Mattie Bell, ph. 5974. )1L
LOST-Five keys on keyring between
Mosher and State Street. Phone J.
Barret, 145 Mosher Hall. )5L
LOST-DeMolay Chevalier's Ring, Men's
Lounge, State Theatre, Friday night.
Roger F. Kinnear on inside. Allen-
Rumsey, W. Q. Reward. )6L
LADY'S Rose-Gold Croton Wristwatch.
Lost Saturday near stadium or Hill
Street. Call 2-0851 after 5:30 p.m. )4L
LOST: 2 pieces of needle-point in vic-
inity of Nickels Arcade, Maynard and
William Sts. Reward if returned to
J. B. Saunders, Nickels Arcade. )11L
LOST-I.D. Bracelet inscribed Vernon
C. Bryant, 40066341, last Fri. nite at
pep rally. Please return to V. C.
Bryant, 414 Adams, W. Quad. )3L
LOST - Silver I.D. Bracelet, during
Northwestern game. Phone Jack W.
Raseman, 532 Williams House. Re-
ward. )2L
LOST Oct. 7, vicinity Haven Hall-Black
and Orange wooden pen, unusually
large. Family heirloom. Great per-
sonal value. Finder please call Wep-
man, 4211-leave message. )7L

Tappan, 7379; Mrs. Ann James,
604 Madison, 4489; Mrs. Lulu B.
Kelly, 503 Monroe, 5480; Mrs. P.
M. Keusch, 422 Hamilton Place,
7672; Mrs. Betty O'Connor, 1402
Hill Street, 2-4143; Mrs. Ralph
Shaefer, 602 Lawrence, 9268; Mrs.
Alma Yost, 328 E. William, 2841;
Mrs. Beverley Backhus, 1316 Hill
Street, 2-9180.
La Sociedad Hispanica: Mem-
bers will be admitted by payment
of tax only to- "La noche de los
Mayas" at the Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre on presentation of
their membership cards at Box
Office.
University Community Center
Willow Run Village.
Tues., Oct. 19, 8 p.m., Bridge
Session. Everyone welcome.
Wed., Oct. 20, 8 p.m., Ceramics.
Thurs., Oct. 21, 8 p.m., Ceramics
and Crafts.
Fri., Oct. 22, 8-11 p.m., Rose
Bowl Game-Movie.
Lectures
University Lecture: "Plant Ec-
ology and Range Management."
Dr. R. L. Grasslands, Ecologist,
Waite Agricultural Research In-
stitute, Adelaide, Australia; aus-
pices of the Department of Bot-
(Continued on Page 4)
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Steaks - Chops - Seofoods
For party reservations,
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' OPEN CONTINUOUSLY
Sunday 5:00 P.M. to Saturday2:30 P.M.
Sunday Breakfast 8:00 A.M. to 1 :00 P.M.
THE WHITE SPOT.... 517 E. William
When downtown stop at the White Spot - 328 South Main
m*Ju9C'6',ee £
1204 South University Avenue
... serving.. .
BREAKFASTS, LUNCHEONS and DINNERS

Daily
for
Dining
Ixeal t aet
DAILY SPECIALS
Lunch 11 to 1 :30... Dinner 5 to 7:00
Sunday 12 to 2:30 and 5 to 7:00
Thru the Arcade - 338 Maynard Street
THE FARM CUPBOARD
Specializing in FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS
Open Daily 1 1 A.M. to 9 P.M., Except Monday
5400 Plymouth Rd. (on the way to Detroit) Phone 9387
etzger's Restaurant
Where Good Food Insures
Your Health and Our Success
Domestic Beers and Wines
203 E. Washington Phone 9126
prehe 5 jSUGAR BOWL
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