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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IT'S A LONG, LONG TRAIL:
Polish Veteran Sweats Out
ScholarshipClan Here
Somewhere in England, a Polish war vet is sweating out his first
semester at the University.
That is, this would be his first semester here-but Edward Bary-
eki, 25, is stranded overseas. University officials haven't heard from
him since Sept. 23, the day after school started.
** * *
THAT WAS WHEN they received a letter from Barycki, who had
won a University scholarship. The letter explained that he wasn't
playing hookey-his student visa had been delayed and he'd be a
little tardy for classes.
Since then, no word has come from Barycki. Threading his
way through thickly-tangled red tape seems to be the closest he's
come to a between-class strall in Angell Hall.
After eight years of war and postwar wanderings, Barycki hoped
to make Ann Arbor his last stop for a while.
* * * *
AT LAST REPORT he was in England with the remants of the
Polish army there. Before that, it had been a long war for Baryski.
After Poland was invaded, he spent 1940-41 in a Russian
forced-labor camp. That grim experience over, he fought for
four and a half years with Polish troops.
The war took him to Iran, Iraq, then Italy, where he managed to
fit in a year of medical training at the Royal University of Bologna.
After he reached England, the Polish Combatants Association
recpmmended him for a scholarship to the University.

COLLEGE ROUND-UP:
Co-es
X" ollegiaesBuk own To Acive Electioneering

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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

DID NOTHING WRONG, SHE SAYS-Lenore Shanhouse, 19,
who was found in Montreal after disappearing from the campus
of Smith College at Northampton, Mass., relaxes aboard an airliner
which stopped at Syracuse, N.Y., en route from Montreal to
Washington, D.C. Miss Shanhouse blamed a talkative telephone
operator for reports that she had been kidnaped. "I didn't do
anything wrong," she said.
TODAY'S RADIO SHOWS:
A 'Winged Wagon,' Elections,
Milk Hamburgs, To Be Aired

College students dropped the
mask of academic disinterest last
week and slugged it out in the last
stages of campus electioneering.
Republicans at the University
of Wisconsin rolled out the barrel
for a rousing rally. GOP speakers
competed with suds-buckets in a
lively meeting. The Daily Car-
dinal said the "guests," whose po-
litical views varied from scarlet
to an elephantine grey, managed
to throw in lusty cheers just as the
speakers tried to say anything.
However every collegiate poll
taken so far this year has given
Thomas E. Dewey a decided vic-
tory.
*k *k *
A CROWD ABOUT large enough
to hold a bridge tournament with
one deck of cards listened as a Na-
tional Association of Manufactur-
er's official defended the "Ameri-
can System of Free Enterprise," at
University of California, the UCLA
Daily Bruin said.
Those who attended heard him
comment that the NAM is not "in
any sense" a political organiza-
tion. Among its membership are
Republicans, Democrats, and even
Wallacites, he explained.
STRONG AMONG campus
Employment
Sets Record
WASHINGTON -- (P) - Non-
agricultural employment reached
a new record level of 45,864,000
persons. in mid-September, the'
Labor Department reported today.
This was anincrease of 377,000
wver August, and carried on a
;teady rise which has been in
progress for five months.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics,
vhich assembled the figures, said
Further gains are likely in the re-
mainder of the year as a large
number of industries prepare for
the Christmas season.
The largest increase - Nearly
200,000 workers-took piace in the
manufacturing industry, bringing
employment in that field to 16,-
638,000, a new peacetime high.
Contract construction employ-
ment leveled off in September
after reaching a seasonal peak
somewhat early in the year, the
bureau said.

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newspapers, the Harvard Crimson
came oue for Dewey. They also
reported that the Young Demo-
crats last week finished ousting
their chairman, who had suddenly
turned into a Dewey man.
THE PIXIECRATS, a splinter
party, taking in all the "crats,"
including Demo, Dixie, Bur eau, I
Aristo, Pluto and Hypo, has been
fondly brought into existence at
the University of Texas.
"United we stand-provided we
can" will be the motto of the or-
ganization which will go under the
official title of The National Con-
fusion Party, according to the
Daily Texan.
The organization came out:
strongly for limiting the cold war
to summer months.
On the Taft-Hartley Bill, they
hesitated and finally voted to pay
it-if and when it is sent.
* * *
IN CAMPUS elections, things
went tough for one Boston College
scholar who was up for the Senior
Class presidency.
He lost by one vote, according to
the Heights. He asked for a re-
count; lost again by one vote.
A third count was made....
Let's go on to something more
pleasant.
HAPPILY enough, the students
at the University of Southern
California don't believe in Hell.
According to the Daily Trojan,
54 per cent have no fears, 24 per
cent have devised a moderate Hell
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or believe in the traditional pun-
ishnent after death. Indecision
was registered by 13 per cent and
the remainder were doubtful.
Most common answer, accord-
ing to the Trojan was, "Hell, no!"
BETTING ON football games
suddenly dived to a new low at
University of Missouri.
Seems that representetives of a
Chicago syndicate running the
betting, took a powder-and the
money.
According to the Missouri stu-
dents, detectives and students
were mopping things up.

THE "GOODBYE Harry" fra-
cas at the University of Wisconsin
continued during the week as
many rallied to the defense of ill-
treated Coach Harry Stuhldreher,
but a Daily Cardinal survey re-
vealed that 75 per cent of the stu-
dents favored a post-season refer-
endum that *would decide the
coach's fate.
Coach Wes Fesler of the Ohio
State squad W/hich came {back
to edge the Badgers 19 to 16 last
weekend, praised the strategy of
Coach Stuhldreher and made it
clear that the Buckeyes had met a
tough foe. ym

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GA'J',iiw

Shows Daily from 1:30 P.M.
NOW thru TUESDAY

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Plus!
GLORIA (HENRY "PORT SAID"
Weekday Matinees 25c - Evening and Sunday 35c

We'll all be eating milk ham-
burgers before long.
This prediction, voiced by a
chemistryprofessor atthe Uni-I
versity of Arkansas, will be the
subject of the featured dramatiza-
tion on this week's Journal of the
Air, produced by the Radio Divi-
sion of the speech department at
noon today over WHRV (1600 kc).
* * *
LATER IN THE program, Prof.
Samuel J. Eldersveld of the politi-
cal science department will be
interviewed on the lack of inter-
est in the national elections.
A discussion of the possibility
of a, return trip to the Rose
Bowl for the Michigan football
team will conclude the program.
The show is under the direction
of Roger Shepard, the script writ-
ten by Lee. Wilson, Bill Fleming
and Ray Nadeau. Included in the
cast are Jim Lynch, Frank Bouws-

ma, Bob White, Strowan Robert-
son, Lilias Wagner, Marion Gold-
stein, Robert Cage, Jim Reiss,
Jack Jensen and John Rich.
"JIMMY SMITH and the Ska-
woogit," an original script by Al-
fred Slote, will be featured on this
week's Workshop Drama at, 5 p.
m. today over WHRV.
This amusing story of a sev-
en-year old boy whose wagon is
too slow for him and who
dreams of a way to give it su-
personic speed, is directed by
John Rich.
Heard in the title role will be
Lucille Waldorf, with the narra-
tion done by Jim Lynch. The cast
will also include Nafe Katter,
Strowan Robertson, Marilyn
Scheel, Tom Walsh, Don Herman,
Ruth Frankenstein, Dawn De-
mont and Al Sanborn.

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

FOR SALE
125 HARLEY motorcycle. Used three
months. In perfect condition. Best
offer over $300. 422 Michigan Hse.
West Quad. )94
1936 FORD, Tudor trunk. Good condi-
tion throughout. Make me an offer.
Chuck Fossati, 1319 Hill. )95
FIREPLACE Wood. Oak and hickory.
Ph. 4575. )61
GIRLS bicycle and pair of white shoe-
skates to fit 71%z foot. Ph. 23356. )90
COLORFUL WINTER CLASSICS
to mix and match as you please.
THE EL'IZABETH DILLON SHOP )1
Watch the Daily for the
BIG MICHIGANENSIAN CONTEST!
)60
CROSLEY, beautiful, green sedan, late
1947, motor just completely over-
hauled, radio, heater, defroster and
other extras. $625. Will trade. 3060
Washtenaw, 2-7833. )70
SMALL modern house with attached
garage, oil heat, large lot, three miles
from stadium. Ideal for student cou-
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3861 Saline Rd. )93
,BEAUTIFUL ALL WOOL FLANNEL
STRAIGHT SKIRTS
$5.95 Sizes 10-20
Black - Green - Navy - Brown
COUSINS ON STATE SIrREET )2
2 Single Breasted Men's Suits, overcoat,
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All size 36-38, and in excellent con-
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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. Ruff ins, 562 South 7th.
>18
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PROFITABLE vending machine opera-
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'37 FORD TUDOR, excellent mechanical-
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runs fine, dependable. Price $350. Call
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PERSONAL
For your next dance-
or party-
"THE UPTOWN FOUR"
with the vocals of
JUNE MARX
Phone Hugh Jackson 20421 )6P
ATTENTION, SOCIAL CHAIRMEN. Fdr
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
BUSINESS SERVICES
Hildegarde "NEARLY NEW" Shoppe
Have you clothing that is too short,
tight or of which you have grown
tired? Due to popular demand we
are opening our Nearly New Depart-
ment to turn your used clothing into
ready cash. 109 E. Washington, 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
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
Motion Picture
TITLING
and Editing
Aubertec Phone 8975
16B
WANTED TO RENT
MUST RENT house or apartment fairly
near campus. Applicant reliable, seri-
ous student. Best references. Call
20557-Michel. )2N
WANTED TO BUY
2 NON-STUDENT tickets for Navy game
(together). Contact A. Brody, 35 Hay-
den Hse., E. Quad. )3J

FOR RENT
Rooms for your guests
at all times EXCEPT for
Homecoming Weekend.
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 East Ann Phone 8144
)3R
VACANCY for 2 boys 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., 8:30-8 p.m.
) 2R
HELP WANTED
RECEPTIONIST for Senior Picture
Photographers. See Miss Crowthers,
Student Publications Bldg.
YOUNG LADY to work at soda fountain
full time, no evenings or Sundays.
Swift's Drug Store, 340 S. State, Ph.
2-0534. )I6H
SODA FOUNTAIN Help, Tues. mornings
and noon hours. Call personally. Alex-
ander Drug, 727 N. Univ. )4H
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
WANTED
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 Brown leather zipper briefcase,
vicinity of Burton Tower. Call Uni-
versity ext. 2339 before 5, 2-3643 eve-
nings. }13L
LOST--Black leather zipper notebook.
Contains important papers. Reward.
130 Greene Hse., Ph. 2-4591. )12L
LOST-Ahigh school class ring, blue
and gold. The initials' I.J.J. in it.
Reward offered. Irwin Jaeger, 444
Michigan House, ph. 2-4401. )10L

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Continuous
saily Weekdays
happy-go- From 1 P.M. 35e to 5 P.M.
lucky Horace

EXTRA

MICH. Beats MINN.
FOOTBALL THRILLS
M.S.C. Ties PENN. STATE
EXTRA -
BUGS BUNNY
"A LAD AND HIS LAMP"
MxIHAN

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Plan to
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DANCES &
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