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THE MICHIG7AN DAIIN,

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 194f

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'MICHIGAN PROBLEMS':
Governor-Elet illiams
To Speak in Ypsi Today

Tram Tickets
Still Available
For Ohio Game
Roundtrip tickets for the special
train to the Ohio State game at
Columbus may still be obtained
in Rm. 2, University Hall at $9.50

Y

what's Up in the Dorms

illy

HOR LCE HEIDT

Governor-elect G. Mennen Wil-
liams will be the principal speaker
at a meeting of the Michigan So-
ciological Society to be held today
State Election
Returns Show
GOP Gaining
LANSING - (AP) - Politicians
watched the official state canvass
of the Nov. 2 election today to see
whether Democrat Stephen J.
Roth of Flint, candidate for at-
torney general, can maintain the
lead he was given in the unofficial
count.
Roth was believed to be the
winner by about 4,000 votes over
Republican Stuart B. White of
Niles with 4,186 of 4,202 precincts
reporting unofficially.
But a comparison of the unof-
ficial count with the official re-
turns filed with the State Board
of Convassers showed White mak-
ing steady gains, until he was only
about 1,800 votes behind Roth
with four major counties still un-
counted. '

at the Charles McKenney School
in Ypsilanti.
Williams, who will address the
group at a luncheon, will speak on
"Problems Facing the State of
Michigan."
THE MORNING session, which
convenes at 9 a.m., willbe devoted
to consideration of two Sociologi-
cal papers. One, on Social Psychol-
ogy, will be presented by Prof. The-
odore Newcomb and Prof. W. W.
Charters, both of the University.
The second paper deals with
the Role of Protestantism in
Germany.
During the afternoon, a panel
discussion on the weaknesses of
polling relative to the recent
election will be held. Participants
in the discussion will be Prof.
Newcomb, Floyd Mann of the Sur-
vey Research Center, Duane Gib-
son of Michigan State College, and
Alfred McClung Lee of Wayne
University.
The meeting will be attended by
about 70 members from all over the
state. Most of the members of the
Michigan Sociology Society are
professors, however, a few are pro-
fessional men interested in soci-
ology.

each.
The train will leave;
tomorrow from the
Central Station.

at 6:30 a.m.
New York

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MICHIGAN

Ending Saturday
35c until 5 P.M.

All persons giong on the train
are urged by the Wolverine Club
to be at the station somewhat in
advance of the departure time to
insure proper seating with a min-
imum of difficulty.
Students are asked by the Wol-
verine Club to go to the rear of
the train as the last three coaches
and the tavern car have been set
aside for them.
The University Band will occupy
the first three cars, behind which
will be the diner.
Non-student guests making the
trip will sit in the car immediately
following the diner.
Physics Profs
To Meet Hmere
The annual meeting of Michigan
teachers of college physics will be
held at 9:45 a.m. tomorrow, in Rm.
202 West Physics, with Prof. R.
C. Williams of the Physics depart-
ment delivering the opening talk.
Prof. Richard Schlegel of Michi-
gan State, will speak on "An At-
tempt Towards More Wisdom and
Less Knowledge."
University speakers are Prof.
Charles W. Mautz, and Prof. Wm.
W. Sleator.
Other speakers include Prof.
James A. Richards, Olivet; Profs.
Robert H. Noble and Thomas H.
Osgood, Michigan State; and Prof.
Keith R. Symon, Wayne.
In the afternoon, following a
luncheon at the League, the in-
structors will tour the Willow Run
Airport, Air Tunnel, and the CAA
Meteorological station.
Unclaimed Cash,
Tickets at Union
Several students who turned In-
diana game tickets into the Union
for resale mave not yet picked up
their tickets or the money for
ducats that were sold, according
to Bob Seeber, House Committee
chairman.
Money and tickets may be ob-
tained by calling at the Student
Office in'the Union between 3 and
5 p.m. daily, or by telephoning
Seeber at 2-8352.

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Contributors to
What's Up in the Dorms should con-
rtact Doiores Palankcer at The Daily or
105 Betsy Barbour).
JORDAN HALL'S semi-annual
social event will be the informal
"Pilgrim's Prance" from 9 p.m. to
midnight today. Bill Henline's or-
chestra will provide the 'music.
4- . *
SOMETHING NEW in dance
party entertainment will be at-
tained tomorrow when Lloyd
House presents its first annual
"Plymouth Rock" dance from 9
p.m. to midnight.
The informal dance, highlight
of Lloyd's fall social season, will
feature Bill Henline's orchestra
and intermission entertainment
by talented Lloyd men.
The Pilgrims' Plymouth Rock
landing is the theme of the
dance. One of the dining halls will
be decorated to resemble the
beach and ocean locale of the
Pilgrim debarkation.
Couples entering the dance floor
will actually have to clamber over
a huge Plymouth boulder. Refresh-
ments will be served at flooir-side
tables.

WINCHELL'S Constitution pro-
vides that house elections will take
place the eighth week of the first
semester to give new men an op-
portunity to know the candidates.
Elected recently were Ed Mi-
ellef, president, Paul Gikas, vice-
president, Dave Horst, social
chairman, Don Briggs, athletic
chairman, and Art Grahm, ac-
ademic chairman.
Other officers are selected from
floor repreientatives elected to
the House Council and are Joe
Epstein, secretary, Irv Wilbur,
treasurer, Ned Stirton, publicity
chairman, and Jack Line, judiciary
chairman.
Steel Rising
PITTSBURGH-The production
of ingot steel climbed from 81.6
million tons in 1940 to 95.5 million
tons in 1945.
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Sat., Nov. 20.

BOX OFFICE -- NOW OPEN

AND HIS MUSICAL KNIGHTS

$1.80

$1.50

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CRIME DOESN'T PAY-Daniel
Francis Ahearn, who wrote a
book on "How to Commit Mur-
der and Get Away with It," was
sentenced in General Sessions
at New York to serve from 20
years to life in State prison.
Ahearn was convicted of robbery
October 7.

MICHIGAN LEAGUE

DINING

ROOM

and ANNEX

CAMGAC SHO
CAM ERA SH OP

SANTAS UNITE:
Ann Arbor Christmas Bureau
Will Provide Help for Needy

- Sunday - "Candid Microphone"
"SORRY, Cartoon - News
WRONG NUMBER"
Continuous Daily from 1:30 P.M.
TODAY and SATURDAY
SUCLMADCAP REVERIE

Christmastime will be put on a
coordinated basis in Ann Arbor
this year.
And if plans work out there will
be no shortage of Yuletide cheer
when Santa Claus makes his an-
nual rounds, December 25.
UNDER THE leadership of the
Ann Arbor Council of Social Agen-
cies. the "Christmas Bureau" will
weld the city's many social groups
and societies into one unit to pro-
vide food baskets and financial
help to the needy.
This year Mrs. James J.
O'Kane, 1211 Gardner St., will
serve as director.
Integration of Christmas
drives will make sure no one is
overlooked, with aid being shared
equally, according to officials.
Although there is no actual fund
solicitation for the bureau, coop-
erating clubs, schools, and local
organizations were asked by Mrs.,
O'Kane to contact the bureau or
anyone on the committee for
contribution suggestions.
WHEREVER possible, money
will be given directly so that fam-
ilies may plan their own Christ-
mases. However, in some cases
food baskets will be distrlluted,"
Mrs. O'Kane commented.
Headquarters for the Christ-

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mas Bureau are in the offices of
the Council of Social Agencies,
Room 304 Municipal Court
Building.
Members of the committee are
Mrs. Carroll Banz; Mrs. Marjory
Landecker, director of the Coun-
ty Department of Social Welfare;
Mrs. Melinda Stevens, supervision
of the County Bureau of Social
Aid; Patricia Walsh, supervising
nurse of the County Health De-
partment; Mrs. Paul S. Barker;
Mrs. Russell Nielsen, Mrs. John
Fyfe; and Mrs. H. Josselyn.
Grad Study Club
Officers Elected
Elena M. Sliepcevich was elected
president of the Graduate Study
Club of the School of Education at
a reorganization meeting.
Other new officers are William
Roe, vice-president; Arlene May-
ers, secretary; Edith Billingslea,
social chairman; and Fred Cook,
representative of the graduate
council.
The organization is made up of
education school students engaged
in graduate work.
All such students are invited by
the organization to join in its ac-
tivities.

P.M.

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GREETING CARDS
We have a beautiful selectijon
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Coming
Sunday!

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"ON OUR MERRY WAY"
"THE FIGHTING 69TH"

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Due to the length of Anthony
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"CAT CONCERTO"
COLOR CARTOON

CONTINUOUS DAILY FROM 1 P.M.
to 5P.M.Now

FOR SALE
MOUTON lamb coat, practically new,
size 10. Phone 2-1417. )53
GIRL'S Bike, good condition, new tires,
$15. Call C. Finn, 2-2547. )55
PERSIAN Lamb Coat. Worn twice, $750.
Size 38%. Ph. 2-4872. )56
MEN'S Bicycle. Good condition. Call
In evening after 6 p.m. 211 South Di-
vision St., Ph. 2-7603. )54
37 FORD 'Tudor, new rebuilt motor.
Good transportation, $200. Call at 343
Prescott Hse., after 4:00 p.m. )49
CANARIES, PARAKEETS, javarice birds,
tame baby cocketiels. Bird supplies
and cages. Moderate prices. 562 S.
7th. Ph. 5330. )18
DIAMOND Engagement Ring - Blue
white, brilliant, well over a carat.
platinum setting, side diamonds.
Yours for 1 retail. Phone 29552. )39
1940 PONTIAC Tudor, excellent condi-
tion. 4 new tires, r. & h., new brakes
& battery. Rebuilt motor. Pvt. owner.
$850. Call 2-7730 after 4:30. )41
STOCK UP against low temperatures
with cozy soft gowns and pajamaE
from the ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP.
)1
DIAMOND Engagement and Wedding
Ring (can be matched for man's ring)
like new. Was $140, sell for $75. Call
5287 after 5 p.m. )52
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
Gifts for Christmas
Pearls - Rhinestones
Compacts )2
SNAP THIS UP! Handsome black '39
Mercury sedan. Snappy rebuilt motor.
Very clean interior. Heater. Ex. cond.
throughout. $690. Ph. F. Woods, 9129
Milner Hotel. )27
PAIR handsome black tan AKC year old
English bloodhounds, males. Long-
eared, wrinkled. Make finest frater-
nity mascots. Roma McPherson, R3,
Box 460, Battle Creek, Mich., North
Avenue Road. )51
FOR FESTIVE HOLIDAY DRESSES
for Thanksgiving thru New Year's
Glamour in sizes 9-15, 10-44, 14% to 24%,
priced $16.95 - $49.95. Hurry to
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street ) 1
1947 MERCURY Conv. Excellent condi-
tion, 12,000 miles. Radio, heater, and
many other extras. Can be seen at
Hi-Speed gas station, cor. E. Univ.
and S. Univ. between 8 a.m. and 4
p.m. After 4 p.m., call Ypsi 3321XW.
47

FOR SALE
26 in. Girl's Bicycle. $20.00. Phone
2-6959. )42
THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT
Jacqueline Nylons
In fashion's newest shades
51 Gauge -- 15 Denier
Short - Medium - Long
3 pr. $4.95 1 pr. $1.95
RANDALL'S
306 South State Street )3
11 ACRE FARM and homesite, restricted
to 1 home per 5 acres. Half wooded,
on private road, few minutes from
Ann Arbor. Week-end cabin, built-in
twin-size bunk, stove, ice box, inside
sanitary toilet, scenic, fertile ground.
$3500. $2000 cash, balance terms. Write
Henry S. Wick, 24847 Eureka, Centerl
line, Mich. )50
HELP WANTED
GIRL to help wash dishes 8 to 4 pn.,
Mon., Fri. Snack Bar, campus section.
Phone after 4 p.m. 5464. )7H
ASS'T. for Bibliographic and Patent
searches. Must have some training in
Chem. & Eng. Part time if desired.
W. L. Badger, 309 S. State. )6H
PERSONAL
PAN-HEL PROOFS are now on display
at Wolverine Den. )6P
FREE RADIO
Win a radio in the 1949 Michiganensian
Photo Contest. . . . Watch the Daily
for the rules . . Deadline December
15. ) 5P
CLIFF HOFF ORCH.
features Dave Hildinger, Will Brask 1
and Homer Marple Ph. 2-8808
)3P
LOST AND FOUND
LOST--Slide rule. Dark brown case.
Reward. Bill Woelk, 5806. )11L
LOST-Small light brown pup. Short
hair. Phone 2-1349. )8L
LOST or walked away. One raincoat
from Waterman Gym. Call 445 Mich-
igan House, 2-4401. )9L
TRAGIC - Lost "little black" address
book in League. Please show mercy.
B. S. Brown, 2-3241. )10L
LOST--Between the Tower and SM;
Black Purse. Return of contents im-
portant. Call Marylyn, 6061. Reward!
)6L
LOST--Man's gold tie clasp. Initialed

FOR RENT
ARRANGE rooms for your Thanksgiv-
ing week-end guests. Pierce Transient
Home. 1133 E. Ann. Phone 8144. )8R
VACANCY for 2 male students in a suite
of rooms. 811 E. Ann, Phone 2-2052.
)3R
ONE SACK, (room) new furniture and
newly decorated. Second door from
Law School. Share suite of rooms
with 3 students, $8 per wk. Law or
Business Ad. students preferred. Mrs.
Ferris, 706 Oakland St. )4R
WANTED
OHIO STATE tickets wanted. 2-4. Call
Ruth, 2-9507 or 2-2521, Ext 213. )6W
WANTED--Desperately need two tickets,
or other means of admittance, to
Ohio stadium. Call Tom tonight after
7. 2-7807. )7W
SEWING, Repairing and Making Over,
or making new garments. Miss Liv-
ingston, 315 S. Division, 2 rings, 2nd
floor front. )8W
WANTED TO RENT
VETERAN needs apt. to marry. Call Ju-
lius Steinberg, 328 Mich., 2-4401 after
6 or leave message. )2N
SUITE or apartment for 2 or 3 quiet
professional school student for spring
semester. Call evenings, 4211. Rossen
or Siegal ) 4N
TRANSPORTATION
DRIVING near Nebraska or Iowa for
Xmas? Student couple wants to go
along, share expenses and driving. Call
2-2521, Ext. 213 between 8 and 5. )3T
COUPLE seeks transportation in gen-
eral direction of Cincinnati, Nov. 24th.
Will share expenses. Call2-2769. )2T
MINNESOTA Couple, grad, seek Christ-
mas ride home. Write Lee Eitzen, 1707-
Darby Court, Willow Village. )2T
BUSINESS SERVICES
"NEARLY NEW" QUALITY CLOTHING
Coats, $9 - $25 Suits, $7 - $25
Dresses, $2 - $10 Skirts, $1 - $8
Also other miscellaneous apparel
Hildegarde Shoppe 109 E. Washington
)1B
RUSH I NG
is truly impressive with a movie of your
house and activities. Great results,
small cost. Phone 8975. )6B

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