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_ _ _ __TT__THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1948

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UCKY DOGS!'
'Draftees Now Humans,
Not Rw ecruits'-- evers

IT

vK*

ORK, Pa.--()-Gen. Jacob L.
ers told the mothers of Amer-
onight that every youth draft-
to the Army "will be treated
human being, never a raw
General, chief of Army field
painted this picture of
will happen to the nation's
in the peacetime Army in
ared address to a Pennsyl-
gressives
GiveParty
ichigan Student Division
Young Progressives of
announced that there will
ty given in honor of Mr.
allace 8:30 p.m. tonight
ben Hall.
allace, Secretary of the
Division of the Young
ves of America, is promi-
student organization
e was a member of the
f the International Union
nts, and served as presi-
e Metropolitan New York
f the National Student
on-

vania convention of the American
War Mothers:
. * * *
1. HE WILL BE sent to a post
"as near home as possible."
2. His instructors will try "to
establish a personal relationship
with the incoming recruit."
3. He will be explained "the
reason for everything he does
which is new to him."
4. No matter how or when he
arrives, "someone will meet him"
and he will be given "a chance to
ask questions."~
* * *
5. "HIS UNIFORMS are indi-
vidually fitted."
6. The Army will insist "that he
write home."
7. He will be interviewed by
his . company commander and
chaplain, each of whom also
will write personal letters to his
mother.
8. The young man gets "an ad-
vance on his pay" immediately.
9. Neither he nor his instruc-
tors will use profanity.
He told the mothers a recruit
will be treated as a person "of
individual dignity and feelings, en-
titled to courtesy and considera-
tion.
"He will like it."

(Editor's note :Contributors to Wha ts
Up in the Iorms should contact Do-
lores Palanker at The Daily or 105
Betsy Barbour.)
Greene House, East Quad, is
having its hayr'ide and dance to-
night with about 75 coupesd join-
ing in the fun. The Virginia Reel
will be a featured dance of the
affair.
* * *
MIDST THE falling leaves and
falling grades, the East Quad is
holding its great semi-formal
Homecoming dance, "Homecoming
Harvest." The dance will take
place in the Crystal Ballroom (An-
derson-Strauss dining room) on
October 30 from 9-12 p.m.
Since October 30 is both
Homecoming and Halloween
Eve, the dance floor will be
decorated with multi-colored
leaves, pumpkins, witches and
Homecoming exhibits. Free vic-
tuals, entertainment and a won-
derful band will also help to
make "Homecoming Harvest"
the dance to attend.
Tickets may be purchased at the
main desks of the Quad and
through the various house social
chairmen.
* * *
THERE ARE two rather pop-
ular rooms over at Michigan
House, West Quad. One house's
former president George Roumell
and the new secretary, Robert
Burns.
Seems as though George, a

congenial sort of guy who's ac-
tive on several committees and
in athletics, at the beginning of
the semester contacted the
freshmen in the dorm, offering
them ahis assistance and an in-
vitai to come visit. They did.
Bob, as secretary, adds his share
of the guests while the third mem-
ber of the room, Jack Smith, is a
popular fella in his own right.
Next door is the headquarters
for the Quad radio station and
the half of the room that isn't
occupied by furniture is taken up
by radio equpiment. Persons re-
eponsible for this are Ward Cor-
nelius and Fred Remley who are
in charge of the sation, which is
the key one in the Quad radio
network.
The radio system was started
a year ago in Michigan House
and broadcasts from 7-12 p.m.
every day, featuring everything
from classical music to house
campaigns and re-broadcasts,
by their own wire recorder, of
important events like last year's
Rose Bowl game.-
The sation, WQMH for West
Quad Michigan House, is partially
financed by the house members.
The third member of the room
is John Davies, co-editor of the
Michigan House newspaper, the
Dial, reporter on The Daily and
also co-editor of the recently pub-
licized "Occasionally." 'S'no won-
der the room is crowded.

DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH
Sr c s e n t s
u~f~fei £/d4 (ice
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COMEDY OF MANNERS
Original play by Robert G. Shedd
hurs., Fri., Sat. - Oct. 28, 29, 30 - 8 P.M.
Tickets $1.20 - 90c - 60c (tax incl.)
Special rates for students Thursday - 48c
Box Office opens Tomorrow - 10 A.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
GIR.ANAIDA CAFE
NEW MANAGEMENT
After the game where to eat?
Bring your guy, your gal,
LUNCH and DINE -
Where the "Big Nine" shine
And waitresses are "divine."
MR. RICHARD FOLEY... MR. MERLE HENRY

NAMED GENERAL MANAGER'
OF THE AP-Appointment of
Frank J. Starzel as General
Manager of the Associated Press
was announced by Kent Cooper,
Executive Director of all opera-
tions of the news association.
Charge Ill.egral
Cotribetio
Auto Dealers Indicted
For Illicit GOP Aid
DETROIT--A)-Charges of il-
legally contributing to the Repub-
lican Party were lodged today in
federal indictments against five'
Detroit area auto agencies and
four of their officials.
The indictments, charging vio-
lation of the Federal Corrupt
Practices Act, are the'first re-
turned by a grand jury impaneled
last August to examine evidence
submitted by Michigan's Repub-
lican Attorney General Eugene
Black.
A second grand jury in Bay City
returned indictments Oct. 1
against four Flint agencies and
five dealers.
Indictments allege unlawful
contributions to Michigan GOP
campaigns in 1946 and 1948. Unit-
ed States Attorney Thomas P.
Thorntort said some of the 1948
donations were at the rate of $1
for each new car delivered in 1947.
At the time evidence was turned
over to federal authorities, Black
accused state Republicans of rais-
ing huge sums by assessing auto
dealers on car deliveries.

nvesti tes
WASHINGTON - (P) -Justice
Department officials said tonight
the department has started a
grand jury investigation into the
handling of payrolls in the office
of Rep. Parnell Thomas (Rep.,
N.J.), chairman of the House Com-
mittee on Un-American Activities.
The regular District of Colum-
bia grand jury for the October
term of court convened during the
day, and officials said that the
case presented to it included the
Thomas inquiry.
THE HOUSE Committee which
Thomas heads has been at odds
with the Justice Department in
connection with the committee's
hearings on alleged espionage ac-
tivities among government em-
ployes.
Officials said that Assistant
Attorney General Alex Campbell
was among those who went be-
fore the jury this afternoon. He
was understood to have given
the grand jury a report on an
investigation by the FBI into
published charges of irregulari-
ties in the handling of the pay-
roll in Thomas' office.
Campbell told reporters late in
September that Attorney General
Clark had received a petition from
17 lawyers in Thomas's home dis-
trict requesting an investigation
as a result of a series of articles
by Drew Pearson, newspaper col-
umnist.
Continuous from 1 P.M.
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PRESENTS

Revolt in KoreaNot nrely
Led byCommunits- Ward

Refusing to indict Communist
led Korean factions as the spear-
head of the recent revolt, Dr.
Robert Ward of the political sci-
ence department yesterday de-
scribed the newly established gov-
ernment as characterized by more
insurgent groups than one can
count."
Dr. Ward, Far Eastern authority
and former interpreter with GHQ.
Southwest Pacific Area, described
the unsettled nature of the Korean
political scene as being "one of
the contributing factors of the re-
cent upheaval."
* *
FOUNDED only Aug. 15, the Re-
public, under its President, Syng-
man Rhee, has been tottering on
the brink of revolt for the past
two months.
Dr. Ward attributes this to a

division in the unicameral as-
sembly which "is predominated
by members of the ILankook
DemocraticM party. "Rhee's gov-
ernment has been set up under
the auspices of the Rapid Reali-
zation of Korean Independence
Party which at present is in mi-
nority in the assembly.
"Every shade of opinion is rep-
resented in Korea. No doubt the
Communists have played an im-
portant role in splitting govern-
mental factions, but today news-
papers are inclined to blame Com-
munists for anything, pointing to-
ward revolution," Dr. Ward stated.
Instead, he placed the focal point
of the revolt on the announce-
ment that Russia was pullirn all
its troops out of the Northern
Korea area.

THE FIRST PERFORMANCE OUTSIDE NEW YORK
ANDRE GIDE'S
SATURDAY, OCT. 23 - 8:30 P.M.
SUNDAY, OCT. 24 - 2:30. PM. AND 8:30 P.M.
50c ... Box Office Opens Friday at 2.
Net Proceeds to University Faminine Fund
H LLAUDITORIUM
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WANTED TO RENT
ROOM for male student. Call 2-4591,
408 Strauss, E. Quad. )1N
HELP WANTED
SODA FOUNTAIN Help, Tues. mornings
and noon hours. Call personally. Alex-
ander Drug, 727 N. Univ. )4H
WIVES of students wanted as salesgirls,
part-time and full-time workers. Ap-
ply at Mr. Dunn, S. S. Kresge Co.,
317S . State, on the campus. )2H
FOR SALE
1930 Model A. R. M. Fisher, Univ. Ext.
2168 or 1880 Packard Rd. )42
CAMERA, Meteor, flash, case, light in-
dicator, other accessories, used one
month, half price. Ph. 8975. )48
1940 Packard, new motor, excellent con-
dition. $900. 931 Greenwood. 8156. )52
NEW 4 Room Bungalow, large utility
and bath, near bus route to campus.
Must sell. Call Ypsi 3562W-1. )53
FIREPLACE Wood. Oak and hickory.
Ph. 4575. )61
SEASON Ticket, Regular concert series.
Call 2-1924. . )63
DRESS SUIT-Worn only 4 times. Beau-
tifully tailored. Size 39-40. $40. Call
Mich. Union, 331, after 4:30. )67
Are these Ann Arbor nights too cold
for you? Not if you're wearing San-
forized Shrunk Flannelette Pajamas
or Nightgowns bought at the
COUSINS STORE for $3.95 and up. )2
2 Single Breasted Men's Suits, overcoat,
Topcoat. Complete Tux and Tails.
All size 36-38, and in excellent con-
dition. Ph. 4489. )65
DIAMOND Engagement Ring-1.5 carat.
perfect blue white, platinum setting
with 12 side diamonds. $750.00. Box
150. )66
HIGH SCORING STADIUM FASHIONS
Come in and get your particular
grandstand styles at the
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP )1
Watch the Daily for the
BIG MICHIGANENSIAN CONTEST!
)60
BABY PARAKEETS for training to
talk $6 each. Canaries, bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruffins, 562 South 7th.
)18
rUR COAT-Lovely silverblue muskrat.
Annis. Like new. Size 16. New style
Selling below half original price. Call
2-9538. )23
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

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
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
MUSIC MUSIC
for Pledge Formals and Xmas Parties
by the Clifft off 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 day this
week between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. ex-
cept Sat. afternoon. Call 2-6482 for
information. )5P
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Grey Parker "51" Pencil. Please
return or call Sally Hechtman, Vic-
tor Vaughan 2-5553. )17L
WANT exchange topcoat taken by mis-
take at Ensian Photographer's on
morning of Oct. 14. Call Leon Os-
trander 319 Winchell House, 2-4401.
)18L
FOUND--One Student's wife athletic
book, Oct. 16th. Call Lorraine, 5480.
)10L
LOST--Black leather wallet. West Eng.
Bldg., Tues. Contains identification.
Reward if returned intact. Ph. 2-0(,54
after 6:0( P.M. )15L
LOST-Northwestern game. Section 25,
row 57, collapsible umbrella, plaid
black and brown oredominate. Please
return or call p.m. Carol Peterson,
7264, Vets Project, Apt. 64. Reward. 14L
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. )313
BOUGHT AND SOLD--Men's used
clothing by Ben the Tailor at Sam's
Store, 122 E. Washington. )5B
STUDENT RADIO SERVICE
Owned and Operated by Students
conom ical Service -- All Work Guar.
Pick Un nd Dei live~rvr Phone 9a714~

EMPLOYMENT
MASTER WATCHMAKER--18- years ex-
prience, would like Watch repair work
rom agood reliable store, where the
very best of workmanship is appre-
eated. Please write or wire L. W.
Wilson, Master Watchmaker, 917 La-
Salle Ct., ;Say City, Michigan. )1E
TRANSPORTATION
YOUNG LADY desires ride to Washing-
ton, D.C., or vicinity, starting Sunday
afternoon. Call Nick, 2-3189. )1T
WANTED
2 or 4 Tickets to Ohio State game. Call
2-7977. )6W
WANTED-SEWING. Miss Livingston.
315 S. Division, 2nd floor front. )3W
WANTED--Baby Carriage in good con-
dition. Write Box 149, Mich. Daily.)5W
1 non-student ticket, or 2 if together,
for Illinois game. Contact Ann May-
hugh, Vaughan House, Ph. 2-5553. )4W
DESPERATELY need 2 non-student
tickets for Navy game. Phone 2-8867.
)8W
or 3 Tickets to Illinois game. Call
Dick or George, phone 2-0849. )9W
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game. Call 7595. Ask for Gene. If
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