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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, v948

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FRIDAY~ OUTOBER 29. 194k

SOCIALIZED MEDICINE:
DelayAccompaniesBest Medical Care

LONDON-(P)-A drab little 11,000 patients at a time, but has a

man in mismatched coat and
grousers fumbledhis shabby hat
nervously and told the hospital
superintendent:
"My wife is bleeding. It's bad."
The superintendent went
through a card file of 600 patients
awaiting admission to St. Bar-
tholomew's Hospital. The file
showed the woman had a uterine
cancer and was on a priority list
for entry "very soon."
THE - GROWING tumor had
caused a hemorrhage, making it
an urgent case. Within an hour
this 39-year-old wife was in the
hospital where she could have
care ranging, up to delicate sur-
gery and the use of Britain's most
powerful weapon against cancer
-a one million volt deep X-ray
machine.
The cost: nothing.
This was one incident that
occurred in the first few weeks'
operation of Britain's new Na-
tional Health Service, which
came into existence July 5.

waiting list of six hundred.

IF THE WOMAN could have
had attention earlier, her case
might never have become so dif-
ficult. Too few doctors and too
little hospital space kept her wait-
ing until the case was urgent and
the ailment so deeply entrenched
that little could be done.
these problems were present
before the health plan began.
Health ministry officials figure
that similar cramping will con-
tinue several years. Eventually,
they hope to overcome it.
More hospital building and
equipment is still drawing board
stuff, waiting in line for men,
money and material to be eased
jut of housing projects. It takes
time to tr.in doctors but Health
Minister Aneurin Bevan believes
more youths will try medicine for
a career now that they are as-
sured on a minimum living as
soon as they are qualified and do
not have to indebt themselves to
buy a practice.

Wales-42,359,000 of them. About
39,500,000 have signed up for it.
THE SERVICE includes every-
thing from ordinary treatment by
a family doctor to the advice of
specialists, provision of false
teeth, fillings or tooth pulling, eye
glasses, a brace for a weak back,
irons for a crippled child's legs,
crutches, medicine - the whole
works, according to need and
without regard for cost.
It will cost an estimated
200,000,000 pounds ($800,000,-
000) the first year. One-eighth
is paid by contributions taken
from the pay checks of all em-
ployed people. The rest comes
from general taxation.
For the patient, it works this
way:
On or shortly after July 5, he
signed on to a doctor's list as a
public patient. In most instances,
it was the same family doctor who
had been treating him for years.
A responsible person in the fam-
ily could register the whole brood
of children.
From then on if anybody gets
sick he just goes to the doctor.
Watch for the Ensian Contest

First Tampus
Quarter' Will
Be Broadcast
This year's first broadcast of
"Campus Quarter," the student
program co-sponsored by the Un-
ion and the League, will be heard
over Station WPAG at 9:45 tomor-
row morning.
Designed to publicize the activ-
ities of the Union and League, the
program features dramatizations
and forums concerning campus
activities and traditions.
Produced by Al Nadeau, the cast
of "Campus Quarter" includes Eu-
genia McCallum, Gus Buttebach,
Sue Wilson, Ed Miellef, Mary Alice
Reed, Don Hawkins and Stan
Johnson.
This week's script, written by
Barbara Barnes, features the story
of Michigan Homecoming week-
ends since the tradition began. In
the future such campus activities
as the Soph Cabaret, WAA and
the Gilbert and Sullivan operas
will be discussed on the program.
Directing the publicity for the
League is Nancy Culligan and Sam
Sargent for the Union.
Ohi G me Ticketw,

Have you ever wondered what
will become of the Willow Village
dorms when the University gets
through with them?
An excellent example --satisfy-
ing to the more sadistic Willow
alumni-is occurring at the village
this week, where several of the
dorms have been torn down.
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BUT DON'T get excited if you're
living there now. The buildings

being torn down are those that
housed workers from the Willow
Run bomber plant during the war.

DON'T GET EXCITED:
Wreckers Break up Homes
Of Willow Village Residents

/w#7h u9 C'4fee £hgp
1204 South University Avenue
. ..-serving .. .
BREAKFASTS, LUNCHEONS and DINNERS
SANDWICHES and SALADS
from
7:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Closed Sundays

Chtristmras

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ill Visit Mexico
Reservations for the Christmas
bus tour to Mexico can now be
made by contacting Homer E.
Underwood at the International
Center.
About 35 American and foreign
students will go on the 14-day trip,
which will leave Ann Arbor Dec. 18
and return Jan. 2. Students will
attend Christmas services in Mex-
ico's famous Renaissance Cathe-
dral.

A Chicago firm bought sev-
eral of the government-owned
dorms and is cutting them up
to sell as the makings of small
homes.
The company is dismantling the
buildings in a systematic method,
supervised by donstruction engi-
neers. Buildings aredivided into
sections of four rooms and then
taken down piece by piece. Then
they are delivered to the costum-
er's lots in sections ready to serve
as Home Sweet Home.
IN ADDITION to the dorm ma-
terials, however, the company is
throwing in the cement, plaster
board, and other materials which
will be needed to make a house.
So for nostalgia's sake, if you
want a souvenir of the old home-
stead they're going on sale tomor-
row-at $900 each.

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WARM UP AFTER THE GAMES
at the
LOG CABIN INN

GOOD FOOD
and Complete Fountain Service

It demonstrates the difficultiesk

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as well as the benefits that ac- The National Health Service is
companied the health program. designed to provide free treat-
St. Bartholomew's, one of Brit- ment of whatever kind is needed
ain's greatest hospitals, treats for every person in England and

While the International Cen-
Combination game and train ter has been conducting a bus
tickets for the Ohio State game tour to California annually, dur-
will go on sale at 8 a.m. Tuesday, ing the summer, this will be the
in Rm. 2, University Hall. first trip abroad.

Open 6 - 11:30 P.M. Daily

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2045 PACKARD R(

You Can't Afford
to Miss

Three Blocks Beyond Stadium Blvd.

HINSDALE

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DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT
STAG or DRAG
MASONIC TEMPLE
BEAT THE BAND
REDUCED RATES: To the Ladies prior to 9:00
"MEET ME AT THE TEMPLE"

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING'

HOUSE
SATURDAY
MORNING

FOR SALE

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Continuous
Daily
from 1 P.M.

Saturday:
"THE
CREEPER"

Midnight Show!
"SON OF
DRACULA"

A&V OWN
ONFAMMY alm"i
dlpp.-Aw- Awl-ld m

Weekdays
35c
to 5 P.M.,

FIREPLACE Wood. Oak and hickory.
Ph. 4575. )61
GIRL'S Bicycle and pair of Skates to
fit 71 foot. Phone 2-3356. )90
TOPCOAT, Gabardine. Size 42, like new.
John Rennie. 2-3144. )82
1937 CHEV., R. & H. Good trans. for
$225.00 or best offer. Call John Nas-
lund 8238, 918 S. State. )80
1948 Crosley stationwagon, cream-gray,
heater, defrosters, low mileage, reas-
onable price. Ph. 2-3664. )77
COLORFUL WINTER CLASSICS
to mix and match as you please'
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP )1
KODAK Monitor Camera, Supermatic
Shutter and all accessories. R. C.
Phillips, 518 Monroe. Call 2-4733 after
6 p.m. )78
Watch the Daily for the
BIG MICHIGANENSIAN CONTEST!
)60
CROSLEY, beautiful, green sedan, late
1947, motor just completely over-
hauled, radio, heater, defroster ano
other extras. $625. Will trade. 3060.
Washtenaw, 2-7833. )70
BEAUTIFUL ALL WOOL FLANNEL
STRAIGHT SKIRTS

Also
Navy Day Legion
Parade
Novelty at Miami

$5.95 Sizes 10-20
Black - Green - Navy - Brown
COUSINS ON STATE STREETj

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WANTED TO TRADE
I have 4 Illinois tickets which must, be
traded for 4 tickets to Navy game.
Ask for Hockstein, 2-2858. )2D
WILL TRADE One Illinois Ticket for
Navy Ticket. Call 2-2181. )1D
WANTED TO RENT
MIUST RENT house or apartment fairly
near campus. Applicant reliable, seri-
ous student. Best references. Call
20557-Michel. )2N
HELP WANTED
WANTED STUDENT'S wife or coed for
counter and fountain work. 12:30 to
4:30. Campus town. Ph. 5464. Call
afternoons. )2H
YOUNG LADY to work at soda fountain
full time., no evenings or Sundays.
Swift's Drug Store, 340 S. State, Ph.
2-0534. )6H
SODA FOUNTAIN Help, Tues. mornings
and noon hours. Call personally. Alex-
ander Drug, 727 N. Univ. )4B
WANTED
WANTED-SEWING. Miss Livingston.
315 S. Division, 2nd floor front. )11W
NON-STUDENT Tickets to the Navy
game. Call 2-7871. )9W
WILL TRADE 2 Indiana tickets for 2
Navy. Ph. 25-8743 after 6 P.M. )16W
3 NAVY Tickets (non-student). Call
Dental School before 5 p.m. Mr. Mur-
ray. )7W
WILL TRADE 2 Illinois tickets for 2
Navy tickets. Call Paul Doermann,
2-3169. )12W
URGENTLY need 1 non-student ticket
to Illinois game. Call Al at 2-9305.
)13W
URGENT-Need two non-student tick-
ets for Navy game. Phone 7651, Bill
Vanderwerp. )14W
STUDENT Help, Male. Hours 2-5:30 p.m.
$1 hr. Apply Wallace Hughes at
George's Place, 1104 So. Univ. )15W
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Parker set at Ferry Field. Re-
ward. Ph. Val Johnson. 2-4591. )5L
LOST--Last week, glasses with pink
plastic rims in brown leather case.
Finder please call 6665. Reward. )9L
LOST-Persian cat, smoked grey, small
adult. Phone 9682. P. S. Jastram. )4L
FOUND-Student Tickets, Sec. 31, in
Colonnade Coffee Shop. Please call
between 3 and 5. See Bruce. )3L
LOST-Last Fri. or Sat. on campus,
Eastman Kodak Bantam in brown
leather case. Reward. E. J. Soop, 107
Haven Hall, Ph. 3-1511, Ext. 354. )2L
LOST-A high school class ring, blue
and gold. The initials I.J.J. in it.
Reward offered. Irwin Jaeger, 444
Michigan House, ph. 2-4401. )10L

MISCELLANEOUS
LADIES, make this Christmas season a
profitable one. Make $300 to $600 for
yourself during the next few weeks
selling Avon handsome gift line. Na-
tionally advertised. Box 151. )2M
PERSONAL
ATTENTION, SOCIAL CHAIRMAN. For
your dances, call the Mack Ferguson
Trio. For available dates call 2-4183
before noon. )4P
FOR SALE!
90 dollar suit of tails. Size 38. 50
bucks. It's a misprint but call Alex
at 2-0549 and haggle. )2P
MUSIC MUSIC
for Pledge Formals and Xmas Parties
by the Cliff Hoff Orch. Ph. 2-8808
)3P
DEADLINE!!
If you are getting a degree in Feb., June
or August-you have until next Fri-
day, Nov. 5 to make an appointment
to get your picture in the 1949 Michi-
ganensian. Call for information 2-6482
Student Publications Building. )5P
FOR RENT
VACANCY for 2 in a suite of rooms.
Ph. 2-2052. )7R
TWO LARGE adjoining rooms. 3 miles
from campus. For male students with
own transportation. Call 7571 eve-
nings. )6R
FOR RENT - Football weekend guest
Rooms available. Call Student Room
Bureau, 2-8827; 11-12 a.m., 6:30-8 p.m.
) 2R
Rooms for your guests
at all times EXCEPT for
Homecoming Weekend.
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 East Ann Phone 8144
)3R
BUSINESS SERVICES

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For real eating pleasure, try our tempting meals and eat
all you want from our colorful and deicious dishes on our
smorgasbord. Phone 9717 for reservations.
Daily, except Friday, 11:30 to 1:30 and 5:00 to 8:00 P.M.
Sunday, 12 Noon to 6:30 P.M.

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Coming
POWER
TYRONE

HOME OF
GOOD FOOD
418 East Washington
ser'idng
FAM I LY-STYLE
DINNERS

Sunday --
"LUCK OF
THlE IRISH"

ART CINEMA LEAGUE
and LAWYERS GUILD present
FURl
a film of unrestrained passion
Saturday, Sunday, Oct. 30, 31

2 Single Breasted Men's Suits, overcoat.
Topcoat. Complete Tux and Tails.
All size 36-38, and in excellent con-
dition. Ph. 4489. )65
DEENA 8 GORE SLIPS
the fine rayon slip that
WON'T RIDE UP
new longer lengths-white only
$2.95 to $5.95. Sizes 32-36
RANDALL'S
306 South State Street )3
BABY PARAKEETS for training to
talk $6 each. Canaries, bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruffins, 562 South 7th.
) 18
CROSLEY early 1948 with heater. Orig-
inal owner. 4,000 miles. Excellent con-
dition, $785. Phone 2-2605. )83
1941 PLYMOUTH coupe. Good mechan-
ical condition, new paint. See at 1431
Golden, or call 2-7757. )85
OVERCOAT-Man's gray overcoat in
good condition. $15. Size 38. Call
2-3246. )86
PROFITABLE vending machine opera-
tion. Must sell. Graduating Feb-
ruary. Call 25-9468. )87
WHY WALK when you can ride?
Whizzer in good condition. $85 or best
offer. Gevarter. Ph. 6284. )88
'37 FORD TUDOR, excellent mechanical
condition, gas heater, seat covers,
runs fine, dependable. Price $350. Call
2-8242, after 12. )89
WANTED TO BUY
NEED one non-student ticket for Navy
game. Phone 2-8675. )2J
URGENTLY Needed-4 Illinois non-stu-
dent tickets. Ph. 7651. John Barnes.)lJ
ROOMS FOR RENT
FACULTY member or student (male)
to share large pleasant room with
faculty member. Phone 2-6240. )5R

with CESAR ROMERO
REGINALD GARDINER
WALTER ABEL

Hildegarde "NEARLY NEW" Shop
Have you clothing that is too sh
tight or of which you have gr
tired? Due to popular demand
are opening our Nearly New Depf
ment to turn your used clothing
ready cash. 109 E. Washington, 2-4
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing d
in my home. Free pickup and d
ery. Ph. 2-9020.
BOUGHT AND SOLD-Men's v
clothing by Ben the Tailor at Sa
Store, 122 E. Washington.
ROYAL TYPEWRITERS
Standards - Portables
Sold - Rented - Repaired
We also buy used typewriters
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE C
1116 S. Univ., 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-
Motion Picture
TITLING
and Editing
Aubertec Phone 8975

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Cartoon - News
Unusual Occupations

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8:30 P.M.

Box Office opens Friday at 2 P.M.
HILL AUDITORIUM

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Eat at
THE WHITE SPOT'
BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNER - SNACKS
OPEN CONTINUOUSLY
Sunday 5:00 P.M. to Saturday 2:30 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

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EARL GOTHBERG -- Ventriloquist
"A Two-in-One That Can't Be Beat"
KARREL FOX -- Comedy Magician
"King of Corn
HEAR
UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND
GLORIA JO GONAN -- Mezzo Soprano
VAUGHAN HOUSE TRIO
PIANO DUO
AND OTHER CAMPUS FAVORITES
HILL AUDITORIUM 8:15 P.M.

948-49 LECTURE COURSE PRESENTS

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NOTED NEWS ANALYST
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