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T MICAHIGAN DAILY

FDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1948

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CABBIES CAN'T RESIST:
Magnetism of Campus
Lures Student Drivers

By ROMA LIPSKY
The magnetic effect of the Uni-
versity campus holds sway even
during non-academic hours, ac-
cording to two student cab drivers
who report that students are their
favorite passengers.
"Many of the drivers like to stay
downtown, but I would rather
drive around the campus area,"
Robert Davis, '50Ed., said.
"I KNOW MANY of the stu-
Oents, and I like to talk to them,"
"Students don't tip often, but
*1ey're pretty sociable, which
makes up for it, and they are
good steady customers," accord-
ing to Leslie Smith, '49BusAd.
Both Smith and Davis agreed
that cab driving cuts down their
Wishing Everyone
Merry Christmas
and

studying time quite a bit, but Da-
vis says it is "the best job I've
found."
* * *
"THE WORST passengers are
penny pinchers, back-seat drivers
and drunks," Smith said, "but I
haven't run into many of that
kind."
Davis reports that most of his
customers have been asking
questions about the two-way
radios which were recently in-
stalled in the cabs.
"People want to know how we
can understand them when they
can't," he said.
"The radios make sense to us,
because we get used to them; just
listen to what we can use and
ignore the rest," he explained.
Pointed Account
LONDON, England-For many
years, English husbands gave

RECORD FOR TRUMAN-Music stars make a recordingof "I'm Just Wild About Harry," for presen-
tation to President Truman. It was one of the first records made in New York after the lifting of
the Petrillo recording ban. Left to right, standing: Gladys Swarthout, Lawrence Tibbett, Jan
Peerce, Leonard, Warren, Fran Warren, Tommy Dorsey, Perry Como, Dorothy Kirsten, Cloc Elmo
and Thomas Hayward. Seated Marilyn Cotlow and Jack Priest.
COLLEGE ROUNDUP:
Penn State Students PiCket Barbers

their wives
New Year's
year's supply
Hence, the

money enough on
Day to purchase *a
:of pins.
yterm : "Pin Money."

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MICHIGAN
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
TO EVERYONE !
TODAY

By CRAIG WILSON
Students at Pennsylvania State
College-both white and Negro-
are battling alleged discrimination
in State College, Pa., barbershops.
. After a long campaign, PSC
members of the National Associa-
tion for the Advancement of Col-
ored People called for an "all out"
boycott of barberships by students
RedsTrouble
St. Nick,_Too
Everyone has his troubles with
the Iron Curtain, and Santa Claus
is no exception.
Eino Kainlauri, '50A, of Fin-
land, knows all about St. Nick, but
instead of living at the North Pole,
he says he lives somewhere up
with the Lapps, and when the
Russians invaded Finland, they
occupied his headquarters.
The rotund gentleman still lives
on the Russo-Finnish border, but
Kainlauri thinks that his home,
called Ear Mountain, leans a little
more toward Finland than Russia.
Another Christmas tale Kain-
lauri spins is how deer came to
pull Santa's red sleigh. When the
Finns heard about the three Kings
traveling to Bethlehem on camels,
they were mystified because they
didn't know what camels were.
So, as humans will, they substi-
,tuted their own native animal, the
reindeer, as St. Nick's steeds. In
the old days Christmas presents'
were delivered to good little Finns'
on a buck made of straw.

and townspeople, according
The Daily Collegian.
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SIGNAL FOR THE demonstra-
tion was the refusal of barbers to
cut the hair of Mitchell Williams,
track star, according to the As-
sociated Press.
"Let your hair grow-culti-
vate democracy; "Jim Crow
Must Go," signs were brought
out.
Business continued as usual
with customers ignoring the dem-
onstration, the AP said.
HOWEVER, two days later, in
a mass protest .on campus, more
than 300 students rallied on tra-
ditional meeting grounds as pick-
ets continued to stand before the
six barbershops in State College.
Two Penn State economics
professors addressed the group
followed by a mass parade
which police called 'orderly.'
The NAACP took the action af-
ter debating and throwing out a
IFC Gives Annual
Children's Party
Santa Claus himself and a
worthy crew of assistants enter-
tained over 2,500 children at the
annual Children's IFC Christmas
Party at 3:30 p.m. yesterday in
Hill Auditorium.
Besides a merry old Santa who
gave out candy and apples to the
departing youngsters, there were
20 clowns, two Christmas plays,
music by a brass band, and a
comedy routine by Gynlpastics
Coach Newt Loken.

plan to set up a seventh barber-
shop which would not discrim-
inate. (At present Negroes must
go 30 miles to get their hair cut,
AP reported).
"SUCH A SHOP would serve
as a place to which recalcitrant
barbers could direct all prospec-
tive Negro patrons. The job is to
change discriminatory practices
in the establishments which are
already in existence, and this can
not be accomplished by setting up
another establishment which may
in itself become a problem," the
president of the PSC chapter of
NAACP explained.
He based the picket action on
"effective use" of it in other
schools-mentioning the Univer-
sity of Michigan.
ELSEWHERE, the Amherst
chapter of Phi Kappa Psi went in-
dependent. the national Phi
Kappa Psi took steps to allow each
local fraternity the privilege of
'black-balling' a pledge of any
other group, and the Johnston,
Pa. chapter of Phi Kappa Psi con-
demned the initiation of Negroes
and Jews into the fraternity, ac-
cording to the Columbia Univer-
sity Spectator.
"We demand that each and
every one of those mischievous
imps (Massachusetts Alpha-
Amherst) be disgracefully ex-
pelled from the fraternity.
Nothing we can do at the pres-
ent time will remove the shame
which we now and forever must
bear . . . the damage done . .
is extremely severe, perhaps fa-
tal," they said.

Trips Planned0
For 58 Students
Over Holidays
Groups To See Three
Universities, Mexico
Christmas vacation will mean
visits to parts of the United States,
Mexico and three colleges for 58
University students this year.
A tour to Texas and its univer-
city, Monterrey and Mexico City
is a Christmas present for 15 stu-
dents who will depart for points
west and south tomorrow on the
annual International Center
Christmas Vacation tour.
* * *
THE UNITED Student Chris-
tian. Council conference at the
University of Kansas will mark
the latter part of the vacation for
20 Interguild members among
more than 2,000 students from 20
Universities.
Twenty-three students from
the Michigan Christian Fellow-
ship will attend the Intervarsity
Christian Fellowship convention
at the University of Illinois Dec.
27-31.
Five Americans and some Egyp-
tians and Turks will make the ex-
odus to sunny Mexico and Texas.
The group will travel caravan-
style in five faculty-driven cars.
THIS IS THE first time that
that such a University tour will
head for points outside the United
States.
Many of the foreign students
who applied for the trip were
unable to secure visas in time
from Mexico, which takes sev-
eral months.
The Egyptian Embassy in Wash-
ington intervened on behalf of its
nationals in hastening the proce-
dure.
WVSSF .Drive
Dates Are Set
Students will dig into their poc-
kets for the annual campus World
Students Service Fund Feb. 17
and 18.
"We hope to raise $10,000 this
year by tag days and other special
projects," Lewis Towler, chair-
man of the drive, said yesterday.
Emphasis will be placed on in-
dividual contributions through
organized groups, said Towler.
Michigan students gave $3,120
to the world wide project last
year. TheW SSF provides finan-
cial help and other forms of aid
to students on the basis of need.
Charmed Stacks
HAM ON RYE, England-ge-
cause they believed it would bring
them luck, the householders of
old England used to clean their
chimneys on New Year's Day.

After two long years of prep-
aration the West Quad's Radio
Club finally saw the culmination
of all 'its efforts to erect a new
rotary beam antenna on top of
the :Quad radio tower
Designed by the club's former
president, Bruce Weinert, '50E,
the antenna was built entirely by
the club's 15 members. Resem-
bling a huge helicopter propel-
ler, it was originally to have been
erected at 1 p.m., last Saturday.
DUE TO ASSEMBLY difficul-
ties, however, the work had to be
delayed until later that night and
the job was finally completed un-
der powerful floodlights well af-
ter midnight.
Standing 85 feet above the
sidewalk, the antenna is opera-
ed from the control room of the
fifth floor of Williams House. It
is rotated by a small ratio mo-
tor and powered by an army
surplus transmitter.
The club now hopes to be able
to establish contact with stations
all around the world. Formerly
their transmitting radius was
confined to the United States and
Mexico. '
* , *
FOUNDED TWO years ago by
Ellsworth B. Holden, the Radio
Club is open to any man living in
the University residence halls.
Most of the club's members
have radio transmitters of their
own and, except for the tower,
they own all of the broadcast-
ing equipment necessary to op-
erate the new antenna.
After receiving permission from
the University to erect the rotary
beam last year, the club began an
intensive drive to raise funds to
finance the construction. A gift of
$50 from the West Quad Council
State Drug Co.
State and Packard
ICE CREAM - LUNCHES-
DRUGS

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NINE OUT OF TEN
COME BACK AGAIN
to
"IJINE
with the
ORMSBYS"
On the Village Square
in Dexter
FINE
HOME-COOKED
DINNERS
AT PRICES THAT
YOU ARE HAPPY
TO PAY
Open Daily 'til 7:30
Closed Sunday
RECOMMENDED
By DUNCAN HINES
in
"Adventures in Good Eating"
STEAKS - CHOPS
SEA FOODS
HOME-BARED
PASTRIES

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ON THE BEAM:
West Quad Radio Club Erects
New Rotary Antenna on Tower

and a pint of blood donated by
one of the members were the big-
gest single contributions.
.ALTHOUGH THE wiring on
the new antenna is almost fin-
ished, it can not be used until it is
licensed by the Federal Commu-
nications Commission, according
to Keith Heiss, '50E, president of
the club.
Health Assembly
The organization, functions and
program of the U.S. Public Health
Service, Engineering Division, will
be the topic discussed at the first
1949 Public Health Assembly, Jan.
3.
Mark Hollis, assistant surgeon
general, USPHS, will be on hand
to lecture to student nurses and
doctors.

Did you
know???.9

Extra -
FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS
OF 1948
CARTOON - NEWS

. . that the Michigan
Union is incorporated un-
der the laws of Michigan,
and that the governing
body is a Board of Direc-
tors representing the fac-
ulty, alumni, Board of
Regents, and the students.
Under the Board operate
the various student com-
mittees.

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WESTERN NEW YORKERS
RALLY WITH THE CROWD
Scalp & Blade College Ball
Christmas Night, Kleinhans Music Hall
Formal, Dancing 10 - 3

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CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
STORMCOATS
100; Alpaca Pile Lining
Dupont Zelan Waterproof
Sizes 10-18 $39.95
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
)175
Any Make Any Model
PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS
Small down payment will deliver
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. Univ. 2-9409 111 ). 4th, 2-1213
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___ from members or at door

CHRISTMAS SPECIALS

HELP WANTED

MAKE HER CHRISTMAS COZY
with a Rayon Quilted or
Wool Flannel Robe from the
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Building )15S
For Christmas, Kayser Hosiery
Steals the Show!
$1.50-$1.95-Exciting New Colors-9-11
THE VAN BUREN SHOP
8 Nickels Arcade. 2-2914 )12S

$6.00
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DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT
STAG or DRAG
MASONIC TEMPLE
BEAT THE BAND
REDUCED RATES: To the Ladies prior to 9:00
"MEET ME AT THE TEMPLE"

CHRISTMAS ECONOMY
A select group of regular
VAN BOVEN SHIRTS
Especially chosen for the
Christinas Season. $3.85

PENS - DESK SETS
Wallets - Briefcases
All Leading Makes
0. D. MORRILL'S
314 South State Street

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lfi)uC ffee£7op
1204 South University Avenue
... serving .. .
BREAKFASTS, LUNCHEONS and DINNERS
SANDWICHES and SALADS
from
7:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Closed Sundays

FEAUit PUL I-OME-RtAI 1ETD cofn3,ar ,s
parakeets and I ltulihe. B3ird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruiffins, 562 S. 7th.
2S
$2 SWEATER SALET
Pullovers --izes 34-40
Choice of Colors
COUSINS ON STATE STREE'T'
)175
Giftable Sheer or Service Weight
HOSIERY
Holeproof, Phoenix and Townwear in
proportioned lengths. Prices $1.35 to
$2.50
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
)18S
MAX FACTOR & REVLON
COSMETICS
'icsoanjd other Women's furnishings
WIKEL DRUG CO.
1101 South University )s
FOR YOUNG BROTHER OR SISTER
visit SLATER'S children's
BOOK DEPARTMENT
Slater's Bookstore
) 75
SOFT 'N STURDY
MERCERIZED COTTON ANKLETS
59C pr~. WHITE 3 pr. $1.49
Your Favorite Heavy Ribbed
Turned Down Cuff
RANDALL'S
306 South State Street )35
"TONSON LIGHTERS RONSON"
We are sure that we can furnish
Tla (RONSON I;HTER of
your personal choice
CALKINS-FLE ICHER DRUG CO
)195
FINER QUALITY JIAMONDS--RINGS
Celebrated Orange Blossom Rings
yellow gold -- platinum - white gold

CANDY IS A DANDY XMAS GIFT
Gilbert's--Whitman's - Schrafft's
Alexander's Drug
Store
727 North University )108
A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU!
Douglas H. Harris
JEWELER
1113 South University )5S
FOR SALE
TWO Fine Oriental Rugs. Approx. 3
ft. by 6 ft. Bargains. 2-5152. )42
TUXEDO -- Good condition. Size 34.
Reasonable. Phone 2-3282. )38
'47 KAISER-Heater, seat covers, ex-
cellent tires, orig. owner. 2-1764. )40
WHIZZER Motor-Bike. Excellent con-
dition. New last summer; very little
use. The motor is mounted on
heavy duty Schwinn frame. Inquire
712 E. Washington, Apt. 4, noon or
4 p.m. to 7 p.m. )39,
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
Balance of our winter coats
20% OFF
)27'
ONE TUX suit, new, size 39. $35.00 303
S. State St., upstairs. D. W, Marchese
Tailor. ) 25
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY -'Taxicab
and franchise for sale by graduating
student. Norman E. Hearn, 216 S. In-
galls, Apt. 10. Phone: 2-3426 )15
1949 GOLF EQUIPMENT
and Bagboy collapsible cadycarts
JOHNNY MALLOY PRO PH. 2-2058

CARRIER WANTED for The Michi-
gan Daily beginning the Spring se-
inester. Call 2-3241, Circulation
Dept. from 3-5 p.m. )2H
SECRETARY-Stenographer, part time
-permanent- executive office. Dr.
Rector, Maternity Hospital, Phone
2-0978. )1H
WANTED TO RENT
NEED APT. in order to get married be-
tween semesters. Ph. John C. Craw-
ford, Lawyers Club, 4145. )4J
TRANSPORTATION
1,ET US foot the bill for your trip to
Granl Rapids or points north on
US. 131 Frid ay, Dec. 17th. 3 per-
sons. Phone 2-9837 )17T
LEAVING for Ironwood Friday. Call
Ypsi 2177R. )16T
STUDENT and wife wish ride Cleve-
land, on or about Mon., Dec. 20.
Phone 2-6111. )15T
REAL ESTATE
NEAR YPSILANTI--New 8 rooms, 2
baths, fireplace, oil heat. Exclusive
neighborhood. 1 acre wooded lot.
Swimming, boating, fishing rights.
Heated garage. 952 S. Grove. Phone
RA 7238 or TU 2-9605.
FOR RENT
WEEK-END GUESTS? Rooms available
in private homes. Call student Rm.
Bureau, 2-8827, 6:30-8:30 p.m. )2R
SINGLE; male; student preferred. Close
to campus. Ph. Robbins, 5750 eve.
after 7. )4R
For Good Accommodations
Bring your overnight or
week-end guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 East Ann Phone 8144 )5R

USED CARS
41 CHEV. 4.-DOOR. Winterized-Good
motor and tires. Body needs work.
A bargain. 1467 U. Terrace or call
2-8543. )9U
PHIL HANSON USED CARS
1946 FORD COUPE-Shoe black. Radio
and heater, 4 brand new tires that
Phil Hanson personally paid for. 2
straight pipes. Straight beam spot-
light. Rides and drives straight.
StraightV-8 engine. Straight back
seat. This car will do 100 MPH in
second gear. A real performer for
someone with lots of insurance.
Premium $1195.
PHIL HANSON USED CARS )2U
3060 Washtenaw Ave. Phone 2-7833
PLYMOUTH, 1936-Deluxe 4 door se-
daii in good condition, new tires,
heater, 43,600 miles, one owner. $250
cash for quick sale. Ph. 7778 daytime,
2-8702 eve. )7U
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
)lB
MOTION PICTURE PHOTOGRAPHY
"A great asset to any organization."
1507 White St. Ph. 8975 )6B
DRESSMAKING - ALTERATIONS
Formals a Specialty - Prices Reasonable
205 East Ann . 2-2020
) 2B
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
TWO, DESPERATE NEW YORKERS
Willing to pay OVER usual expense
for round trip home Xmas. Leaving
after Wed., 3 P.M. Phone Ed. 209
Winchell, W.Q. 2-4401. )6P

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Merry Christmas
NABIDEA U'S FOOD MARKET
721 East Huron Tele. 7686

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at the rustic
.LOG CABIN INN
Complete Fountain Service

Open 6 A.M.-1 11:30 P.M. Daily

2045 Packard Road

Three Blocks beyond Stadium Blvd.

LET'S GO! to the
BEER
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Christmas Dinner . .. 1 P.M. to 9 P.M.
New Year's Dinner. . . 4 P.M. to 2 A.M.
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