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THE MrCHIGAN DAILY

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TE-GETTING MASTERY:
illette Shows Old Form in Senate Fight

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GILLETTE once was acclaimed
Washington's best-dressed Sena-
tor, but he admitted he owned
only one everyday necktie and but
three suits. It has been said he's
the only man in the Capitol who
could wear a Roman toga to a
masquerade without looking like
a fellow in a nightshirt.
The Senator-elect flatly op-
poses any return to price con-
trol. He favors farm price sup-
ports at fixed levels rather than
a sliding scale. He wants the
Taft-Hartley Law amended to
eliminate injustices to organ-
ized labor.
He opposes the peacetime draft
but thinks UN can be made to
work-even without Russia as a
member. He declares he will sup-
port the bi-partisan foreign pol-
icy.
GILLETTE LIVES with his wife
and only son, Mark, 19, in a spa-
cious white frame house on the
edge of Cherokee. He has a three-
acre tract on which he raises
chickens and garden stuff.
Sigler Defers
Guard Rookies
Order Makes Men
18-1812 Draft Free
LANSING -(P) - Draft defer-
ments for men up to 18%?f years old
who enlist in the National Guard
were authorized today by Governor
Sigler.
Sigler issued a proclamation
permitting the deferments follow-
ing the lifting of ceilings on guard
recruiting by Federal authorities.
Men who enlist in an organized
guard unit before the age of 18
years and six months will be de-
ferred as long as they continue to
give satisfactory service.
Previously only certain veterans
and men outsie draft age were
ermitted to join the Guard. The
State Guard has been authorized
to enlist more than 7,000 recruits
to bring all units up to full
strength.
Rice? Up or Down?
NANKING-The average price
of electricity per kilowatt-hour
in the United States fell from 3.4
cents in 1902 to 2.1 cents in 1937,
or about 40 per cent, according to
the electrical engineers.
Officials here are speculating
as to what difference this infor-
mation will make on the price of
rice.

Travel Agency
Is Established
For Students
Students and faculty members
who are thinking of traveling
abroad to study in foreign coun-
tries may get answers to their
problems from a new division of
the American Express Company.
"Educational Travel Division"
has been established to give advice
on scholastic requirements and
fees, academic calendar and dor-
mitory space and other questions
on student activities in universi-
ties in 36 countries throughout the
world.
The new division will also aid
the student by giving advice on
when and how best to go, what to
wear and what to take along for
life in another country.

Michigan Bell Says Pay Boost
Might Raise Telephone Rates

DETROIT-(P)-Michigan Bell
Telephone Co. said today that a
proposed 10-cent an hour wage
boost for its 18,000 employes would
cost it an added $7,000,000 a year.
That might mean another boost
in telephone rates to subscribers,
according to President Thomas N.
Lacy.
MICHIGAN BELL last month
was granted an $8,217,000 a year
rate increase by the Michigan Pub-
lic Service Commission.
A.mediation panel appointed
by Gav Sigler recommended the
10 cent wage hike retroactive to
Sept. 15 in its report today. The
pajel's findings are not binding
on either the company or the
Communications Workers of
America which represented em-
ployes.

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The union called in members of
its bargaining committee to study
the panel recommenclations. It
withheld comment for the time
being.
* * *
THE MEDIATORS recommend-
ed also that:
1. The union sign a no-strike
pledge in a one-year contract.
2. The company agree to a
checkoff of dues, initiation fees
and special assessments.
3. The company immediately
reinstate 22 employes who took
part in a series of "quickie
strikes" a few weeks ago.
Gov. Sigler urged: both sides to
"respect these recommendations
and arrive at adjustments based
on them."

CHANGEABLE-Gloria Gable (left) poses at California pool in
suit with zippers and strings which permit its conversion into
an abbreviated number on-Kippee Valen (right).
Ruthven To Open Conference
On Higher Education Tuesday

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President Alexander G. Ruth-
ven will preside at the opening
luncheon meeting of a two-day
Conference on Higher Education,
November 30 at the Union.
"Engineering Education" will be
the topic of President Harry S.
Rogers, of the Polytechnic Insti-
tute of Brooklyn, at the 2:30 p.m.
meeting Tuesday.
James A. Perkins, vice president
of Swarthmore College, will speak
on the report of the President's
Commission on Higher Education
at the Tuesday night session.

College preparations for the
legal and medical professions will
be discussed on Wednesday morn-
ing. Dean E. Blythe Stason, of
the Michigan Lav School, and Act-
ing Dean Gordon H. Scott, of the
Wayne University Medical School,
will lead the discussions.
Speakers will be Arthur F. Neef,
dean of the Wayne University Law
School, and Maurice H. Seevers,
of the University Medical School.
Vote in Student Election

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