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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1948

'Learning for
Living' Talls
Continue Here
Community organizations d o
not know their own strength, Pro-
feswr of Educational Psychology
Howard Y. McClusky declared in
one of the first of several talks and
discussions in the "Learning for
Living" conference currently be-
ing held at the Union.
The conference, which opened
yesterday and continues through
today, is part of the Community
School Service Program sponsored
by the University Extension Ser-
)ie and the state Department of
Public Instruction.
The purpose of the program is
to help local groups to improve
their community, program head
Edgar L. Grim said in his opening
,speech to the conference. Financed
by the Kellogg Foundation, the
program is also an experiment in
community service group opera-
tion.
The program attempts to aid
the service groups by training
members for leadership in the
community, and coordinating' the
groups' activities. The coordina-
tion is designed to help them work
as a community unit, rather than
individually, Grim said.

ULLR BECKONS:
Ski Club Offers Trips, Meets
For Beginners and Experts

If winter comes, skiing can't be
far behind.
For all those interested in the
popular winter sport, the Ullr Ski
Club will hold its first meeting of
Discuss Jobs
For Graduates
Job opportunities in business
and engineering for graduating
students will be discussed here
today through Dec. 3.
Engineers will have a chance
to be interviewed for positions
with the Boeing Airplane Com-
pany today, tomorrow, and Fri-
day. Expansion of the Boeing-
Wichita engineering department.
there, will afford work possibili-
ties for interested engineers.
T. A. Schmidt of the U.S. Rub-
ber Company, Mishawaka, In-
diana, and W. E. Simmons' of the
J. L. Hudson deparmtent store in
Detroit will speak at the second
meeting of the Occupational In-
formation series at 4 p.m. today
in Rm. 231 Angell Hall.

the year at 7:30 p.m. today
Rm. 3K of the Union.
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AN ACTIVE organization for
the past two years, the club is
named for Ullr (pronounced
yuler), the Swiss patron saint of
skiers. Its members range from
beginners to experts in all phases
of the sport.
Ul,,s program includes week-
end trips to Cadillac whenever
the weather permits. A new in-
terest in Midwestern skiing has
resulted from the recent devel-
opment of nearby areas.
Although the hills are not as
good as those in the East the fine
weather is a great advantage. Ac-
cording to one Ullr member, "We
had more consecutive weekends of
snow last year than Sun Valley."
SOME OF the skiing enthusi-
asts have also participated in
competitive events and have won
several meets, although competi-
tion is not the prime aim of the
organization.
members of the club have gone for
the past two springs.

Canterbury
Dean. Pleads
For 'Peace'
(Continued from Page 1)
THE DEAN found a historical
basis for Russia's concern for hav-
ing friendly governments to her
west in the many attacks made
against her through that region.
He said those governments did
represent the will of their peoples.
"There is a kind of invasion
from the Soviet," Dr. Johnson
said, "But it is a cultural one."
He said it depended upon ac-
ceptance in the so-called Satellite
Nations" of ideas and attitudes of
socialism.
ALTHOUGH HE said he might
not be inclined "to tell the bad
things" because they have been
"mentioned so many times in the
American press,' Dr. Johnson told
The Daily that his receptipn in
the United States has been "won-
derful."
"I have found Americans will-
ing to listen, discuss and criticize
the problem of peace," he said.

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell' Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Satur-
days.)
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1948
VOL. LIX, No. 60
Notices
Students intending to apply for
admission for the Spring Semester
to the College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts on transfer
from any other school on campus
must have their applications and
all necessary transcripts on file in
the Office of Admissions with Ad-
vanced Standing, 1209 Angell Hall,
on or before Jan. 1, 1949.
Social chairman of organized stu-
dent residences:
Christmas caroling by organized
student groups has been author-
ized from Sunday, Dec. 12,
through Thursday, Dec. 16. Mixed

groups planning to return to a
student residence for refreshments
after caroling must notify the Of-
fice of Student Affairs before Fri-
day noon, Dec. 10, and receive ap-
proval of chaperons. Chaperons
may be a resident house director
or a married couple 25 years of age
or older. The approved list will be
published in the DOB on "Satur-
day and Sunday, Dec. 11, 12.
House directors of women's resi-
dences are notified that the Office
of the Dean of Women will extend
midnight late permission to mixed
Christmas caroling parties which
are published in The Daily as be-
ing approved by the Office of Stu-
dent Affairs. The late permission,
which may be interpreted to in-
clude the serving of refreshments
in the students' residences, will be
given only between the following
dates: Sunday, Dec. 12, through
Thurs., December 16, inclusive.
House directors are requested. to
initial the weekly reports for Ju-
diciary Council in these cases.
Women students wish to move to

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLfTIN

other League Houses may call at
the Office of the Dean of Women
beginning Monday, Dec. 6, for ref-
erence to specific vacancies, pro-
vided they have no other housing
commitments for the spring.
Women students now living in
League Houses who wish to re-
maiIrrin -the same place for the
spring semester are notified by the
Office of the Dean of Women that
they _may request the necessary
contract forms to sign from their
League House housemothers at
once. Since other applicants from
outside the houses will be re-
ferred for spring vacancies begin-
ning next week, present residents
are advised to discuss the matter
with their housemothers immedi-
ately. Space will be held as soon
.as the signed contract is received
in the Office of the Dean of Wom-
en.
Fellowship and Scholarship ap-
plication forms for the year 1949-
50 in the Horace H. Rackham
School of Graduate Studies will
be available in the Graduate
School office beginning Dec. 1.

Students now holding appoint-
ments through this School who
wish consideration for reappoint-
ment must file renewal forms. All
applications and renewal requests
must be completed, with all sup-
porting papers, by Feb. 15.
Mr. G. M. Chute, of the General
Electrical Company, will talk to
engineers and physicists on Thurs-
day, Dec. 2, 5 p.m., 348 W. Engi-
neering Building, on "Technical
Graduates with General Electric
Company." This talk, which cov-
ers descriptions of the various
kinds of work with the company,
will be of interest to physicists
and to all types of engineers who
are candidates for the bachelor's
or master's degree.
Occupational Information Con-
ference: Mr. T. A. Schmidt, Indus-
trial Relations Department, U. S.
Rubber Co., Mishawaka, Ind., and
Mr. W. E. Simmons, a merchan-
dising manager of The J. L. Hud-
son Co., Detroit, will discuss op-
portunities and positions for col-
lege graduates in their respective
fields, Wed., Dec. 1, 4:10 p.m., Rm.
(Continued on Page 4)

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TODAY and THURSDAY

EMPLOYMENT
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June. Monday thru Thursday nites
or mornings. Call Cole, 2-4551 from
11-1 or after 10 P.M. ) lE
WANTED TO BUY
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BOUGHT AND SOLD - Men's used
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CHRISTMAS SPECIALS

CHRISTMAS SPECIALS

Any Make Any Model
PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS
Small down payment will deliver
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. Univ. 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-1213
)1S
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
For ideal Christmas gifts-Scotch
Imported BRAEMAR Cashmere
SWEATERS. Assorted Colors.
Sizes 34-40 $16.95-$21
)17S
SHIRLEY RAY GIFT SLIPS
Perfect fitting tailored or lace trim
Slips in Burmil Rayon
32-36 RANDALL'S $3.95
306 South State Street )3S
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A select, group of regular
VAN BOVEN SHIRTS
Especially chosen for the
Christmas Season. $3.85 )4S

A UfVESONftiRAtRN~ ELEA /

DOUGLAS H. HARRIS, Jeweler
Has an excellent selection of
WATCHES
Hamilton - Elgin - Gruen
1113 South University }

Coming
FRIDAY!

YVONNE DeCARLO "CASBAH"
WAYNE MORRIS "VALLEY OF THE GIANTS"

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WANTED

Weekday Matinees 25c - Evening and Sunday 35c

GOOD SEATS STILL AVAILABLE
for
The Gilbert & Sullivan Society
production of'
Yeomen of the 'ur
Tues., Wed., Thur.- Dec. 7, 8, 9
Pattengill Auditorium 8 P.M.
(Ann Arbor High School)
TICKETS; $1.20 -90c, Tax Incl. - U Hall

DELICIOUS!
WHOLESOME!
APPETIZI NG!
Meals
Open Daily
7:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Closed Sundays
MI ELKE'S
Cafe
120 E. Washington St.

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For an economical lunch,
take home a quart
(2 servings)
of our genuine
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SPAGH TTI
SERVED DAILY
Sandwiches and French
Fries to Take Out.
PLATE LUNCHES
FOUNTAIN SERVICE
302 South Main
Phone 8916

CHRISTMAS GREETINGS
A large stock of Christmas
GREETING CARDS and NOTE PAPER
Can be found at the
OVERBECK BOOKSTORE )6S
SLATERS HAS BOOKS
For that young brother or sister.
The Perfect Gift-for Christmas.
Visit Our Children's Book Dept. Now!
SLATER'S BOOKSTORE )7S
COONS BOOK STORE
"For all Books, see us
First, Last and Always!"
14 NICKELS ARCADE
THE GIFT THAT ALWAYS PLEASES
. . . CANDY-in a special Christmas
box. GILBERT-CECIL-SCHRAFFT
WIKEL DRUG CpMPANY
1101 South University )9S
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFER!
1-3 OFF on all MASTERCRAFT PIPES
Pipes priced $3.50-7.50. Reduced 33 1-3%
ALEXANDER DRUG STORE
727 North University )10S
LOLLIPOP TREES
Permanent. Tinsel, star, 22 lollipops.
All for $1.69 Children love it!
Entirely new at TUCKAWAY HOUSE
East Liberty at Maynard. )l1S
FOR HER CHRISTMAS
A lovely pajama and coat ensemble
in peach and blue or cherry and blue
Rayon crepe. Sizes 32-38. .14.95
VAN BUREN SHOP
)12S
EIBLER'S
Come in and see our lovely
selection of Christmas gifts now.
308 South State Street
)13S
A "MUST" ON YOUR SHOPPING LIST
Christmas cards and
Christmas wrappings from
O. D. MORRILL'S
314 South State Street )14S
TO PLEASE HER ON CHRISTMAS
Why not buy her favorite
brand of hosiery at the
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Building
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Complete stocks at our stores
Come in and look.
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) 16S
BEAUTIFUL HOMERAISED canaries,
parakeets and finches. Bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruffins. 562 S. 7th.
)2S
FOR CHRISTMAS
Anything She Desires at the
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
)18
FOR SALE
BOYS Bike, excellent condition. Phone
7703 after 5. )72
ANTIQUES for Xmas presents. Also MW
apt. size refrigerator, guaranteed.
1117 Church. Phone 2-2697. )74
ROYAL Portable Typewriter with carry-
ing case. Good condition, $40. Ph.
2-9481 afternoons and evenings. )78
RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIRS-
Quick, competent service by experts.
Aero Radio, 335 S. Main, Ph. 4997. )4
PLYMOUTH 1937 Coupe. Body and tires
good. Good running condition. Heat-
er. $300. Call 7154. )73
PLYMOUTH Cpe. 42. R. & H. 3000 mi.
motor guarantee. Good tires, uphol-
stery and paint. $980. 25-7369 after
8 p.m. )71
MAN'S camel hair sport coat, 44 long.
New. Also suit, double breasted, dk.
blue, 44 long. Ph.2-2995. )70
BICYCLE-Schwinn Lightweight, excel-
lent condition, three speed, generator.
Phone 2-3682. )69
FINE Xmas Gift. 1947 GE combination
radio-record player. Table model, ex-
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only. )79
COMPLETE wardrobe-size 11-12. Suits,
coats, dresses, skirts, sweaters, hats,
etc. Tues., Wed., Thurs. evenings
only. 417 So. Div., Ph. 6417. )76
RCA Victor Phonograph in perfect con-
dition. Purchased late last summer
for $30.00 Used only few times. Will
sell for $19.50. Call 2-4383 after 5 p.m.
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SPORTS - FEATURES
ORGANIZATIONS DORMS
FRATERNITIES - SORORITIES
Be wise-buy your copy for five dollars
-avoid the price increase. Buy now
at the Student Publications Building
from 2-5. )6
FOR RENT
WEEK-END GUESTS? Rooms available
in private homes. Call Student Rm.
Bureau, 2-8827, 6:30-8:30 p.m. )2R
VACANCY for 2 male students in a suite
of rooms. 811 E. Ann, Phone 2-2052.
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For Good Accommodations
Bring your overnight or
week-end guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 East Ann Phone 8144 )5R
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dining room and kitchen. Call 7651
and ask for'steward. )1H
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LOST-Mido Wrist Watch, leather and
steel band. Ph. 2-6134. Reward )6L
LOST near Rackham, green pendant ear
ring. Phone 4782. )8L
LOST--Brown collie puppy, white tail,
paws, and chest. Answers to Duncan.
If found, please call Jane, 3513 Stock-
well. ) 9L
LOST-Old brown leather zipper note-
book. H. S. Aud., Monday, 29 Nov.
11 a.m. Parker 51 pen inside. Gradua-
tion depends on those notes. Reward.
Catherine B. Wrenn, phone 5473. )7L
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE to N.Y.C. or N.J. Xmas. Share
expenses. Helen, 8983. )2T
RIDE wanted to Miami, Fla., Xmas.
Share driving, expenses. Bob 2-0113.
)4T
WANT 2 men to share expenses, driving
to Los Angeles. Leaving Dec. 17. Write
Box 158, letting me know how to- con-
tact you. Not later than this Sat. )9T
STUDENT couple desire ride to or near
St. Paul, Minnesota for Christmas
holidays. Share driving and expenses.
References. Call 2-9643 after 6. )8T
RIDE wanted to or near Philadelphia
Xmas vacation. Will share driving and
expenses. Bill Neil, 442 Michigan
House-2-4401. )6T
LEAVING for vicinity of Topeka, Kan-
sas Dec. 22 and returning Jan. 1. Have
room for 3 passengers either way or
both. Call Jack Straley, 313 Lloyd,
ph. 2-4401. )5T
STUDENT would like ride to and from
vicinity Plainfield, N.J. or NYC for
Xmas vacation. Will share driving
and expenses. Call Cal Leedy, 418
Cooley, 2-4591. )3T
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WANTED TO RENT
APARTMENT wanted for married couple
beginning February. Call 2-4551, Stitt.
)1J
WOULD like to rent or share room start-
ing Feb. semester. Will place month's
deposit. Contact Harry R. Smith, 411
E. Gaines, Lawrenceburg, Tenn. )2J

HELP WANTED

HI LLEL FOUNDA TION, present
FARREBIQUE
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"~As human as a kiss, and as heart warming."
--WINCHELL
Sa., Sun., Dec. 4, 5

ART CINEMA LEAGUE and

initials make them "Forever Yutsr
A stunning bottle . . . with your own initials
in metal of golden tones for each appealing
fragrance ... put on at the counter when yow
buy them. Mary Dunhill's Flowers of Devonshire,
Gardenia, Bewitching, White Hyacinth.
3 oz. with 2 initials, $1.75
6 oz. with 3 initials, $3.00
plus taxes'

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Box office open Friday at 2 P.M.
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FRIGHTFULLY SPORTIN'-this Beer Vault.
Simply hop in your auto, motor down,
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No time wasted, y'know and values are quite amazing.
it's really all very jolly. Raw-ther!
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"AWEEK-END TEST".
proves: cleaner,
more soothing shaves!
DON'T JUST GUESS WHAT GIVES YOU THE BEST SHAVE
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Ending Today

SALLY STRAND
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FEEL. THE DIFFERENCE

1. Let your beard grow dura
ing the week end.
2. Monday morning, when
your whiskers are at their
longest and toughest, put
your present cream on half
your face.
3. Put Moll6, the heavier
brushless cream, on the other
half of your face. Spread it
thin!
4. Go over your face JUST
ONCE with your razor . .
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