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MISSION TO WASHINGTON:

Mme. Chiang Seeks Aid

Her Mission...
WASHINGTON-(AP)-Pre..dent
Truman announced he will re-
ceive Mine. Chiang Kai-Shek, but
he gave no hint of his attitude on
new aid to China.
He told his news conference that
a date has been set for a meeting
with the Chinese Generalissimo's
wife, but declined to say when it
is. Mme. Chiang flew to Washing-
ton to plead for new American
backing for the Nationalist Gov-
ernment.
* * *
TRUMAN ruled out any idea of
dispatching General Douglas Mac-
Arthur from Japan to advise the
Chinese in their struggle with the
advancing Communists.
Chiang is reported to have
asked for an outstanding Ameri-
can commander. Asked whether
MacArthur would go, Truman
responded: No, period.
Word went around tonight that
Mme. Chiang would be received by
Mr. and Mrs. Truman at Blair
House, their present official resi-
dence, when Mrs. Truman returns
from a trip.

MADAME CHIANG
China's First Lady
THE GENERALISSIMO's wife
apparently also may have an ap-
pointment with the Senate-House
Watch-dog Committee on Foreign
Aid of she asks for it.
However Congress does notl
meet for another month and any
important additional aid would
have to be approved by it.
RDAY NIGHT
r DRAG
TEMPLE
iE BAND
he Ladies prior to 9:00
THE TEMPLE"

Iber (h71n es . . .
By DAVE THOMAS
Despite Madame Chiang Kai-
Shek's desperate mission to Wash-
ington it is very doubtful if any
change will appear in America's
Chinese policy, Prof. Russell H.
Fifield of the -political science de-
partment said yesterday.
"Only an overwhelming surge of
American public opinion in favor
of additional aid could alter the
present government policy," he
declared.
PROF. FIFIELD spent almost
two years in China after VJ day
as a U.S. Foreign Service Offi-
cer.
"The United States has suf-
fered a major diplomatic defeat
in China because of the over-
whelming Communist successes
against the U.S.-supported Na-
tionalist government," he em-
phasized.
However, it is not as serious as
would be the triumph of Commu-
nist forces in France or Italy after
our gigantic Marshall Plan out-
lays, Prof. Fifield added.
THE COMMUNISTS will soon
gain control of all China north of
the Yangtze River, he predicted.
This area he said, along with Com-
munist-dominated Manchuria in-
cludes some of the most potential-
ly, important industrial sections
of China.
"The cost of saving even
what remains of Nationalist
China south of the Yangtze, is
prohibitive in view of our vast
commitments in Europe," Prof.
Fifield -said. Chiang's govern-
ment has already received more
than three and one-half billion
dollars in U. S. aid since 1941,
he pointed out.
"If Russian power remains west
of the Ural Mountains for some
time to come, we may expect to see
a primary change in American
over-all policy because of the de-
terioration of the situation in
China, according to Prof. Fifield.
"Japan, Okinawa, Formosa, and
the Philippines, the islands that
rim eastern Asia, will replace
China and southern Korea as the
centers of American strategic di-
plomacy in the Far East, he pre-
dicted.
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The
CityBecat
Local Democ'ats l have electeid
Prof. Saluuel Eldersveld of t1e
political science departmeit A as
chairman of the city organivation.
The choice of the Washtenaw
County committee, he succeeds
Arbie B. Clever, lonatime local
politician.
Prof. Eldersveld, a relative
newcomer to local politics, was a
member of the resolutions com-
mittee at the 1948 Democratic
State Convention, and was active
in G. Mennen Williams' victorious
campaign for the governorship.
THERE ARE FEWER job open-
ings in Ann Arbor now than there
were three months ago, though
the trend may be reversed in
January, according to Lawrence
Hamberg of the State Employment
Service's local branch.
This downswing in job possi-
bilities is interpreted as seasonal
but more job seekers are veterans.
oldsters or physically handicapped
NEARLY 2,000 MORE people
are listed in the new longer and
wider telephone book being dis-
tributed this week to Ann Arbor
telephone users.
The gain represents the number
of new telephones in use. But the
directory is thinner, because of
the new format.
Speech tPlay
Oeii s ody
The curtain will rise at 3 p.m.
today in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre on the Speech Depart-
ment's annual children's play.
"The Emperor's New Clothes."
Tickets for the play, which will
also be presented at 1:30 and 3:30
p.m. tomorrow. are now on sale
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre box office.
Featured in the leading roles
are Clarence Stephenson, '50, as
Zar, Margaret Pell, '50, as Zan,
Franklin Bouwsma, '49 Grad, as
Han, the wicked minister, and
James Reiss, '49, as the Emper-
or.

KOUSSEVITZKY DIRECTS:
Boston Symphony To Present
Ei i-hteentih Concert Here
T D t n Sym~phiniy Grclies~ ents in Russia, got his start in
tra will pay its eighteenth conseC music conducting the orchestra of
utive annual visit to Ann Arbor his native town.
for their performance at 8:30 p.m. Since coming to this country
Monday in Hill Auditorium. in 1924, Koussevitzky has devot-
Monday's concert will be espe- ed himself to the leadership of
(ially significant, since its comn- the Boston Symphony.
memorates twenty-five years of In 1938, he established the
distinguished leadership on the world famous Berkshire Music
part of Serge Koussevitzky, who Center, of which he has been di-
will retire at the end of the pres- rector since 1940.
ent season. Tickets for Monday's perform-
* .k *ance are available in limited num-
KOUSSEVITZKY, who grew up bers at the University Musical So-
as a country boy of humble par- ciety offices in Burton Tower.
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Because He Flunked The Finger-Nail Test

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