7THE IIHN DILY
THURWSDYAY, )IIAIRCH 9, 1950
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Indonesian Revolt Called Premature
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Indonesia'srevolt for indepen-
dece came too soon, according to
Beatric nBorst '40,a wh spent r .... . .~<
Betie'0 os, wosettwo months there last summern
4iring the crucial period before:
ire Hague conference.};
"Most of the 70,000,000 people
there are illiterate and must be
taught the meaning of democracy.
Only 300 to 5,000 of them are edu-
cated enough to handle affairs,";}........
"WHETHER OR NOT they can
weather the storm of Communism
which threatens to engulf the Far
East time will tell. Close coopera-
tion with the Dutch may prove
During her travels throughout
the Archipelago,ris Borst be-
caethe first American woman
journalist to interview Indone-
he w as still in exile on the "< .4}.;.:::>: ::_:><:<::::: :...... .............
island of Sangka. . .
"Soerkarno has a dominating < :::.::::: " -
personality. I believe his power .. ,
lies in his platform voice, she .<
declared. ... .s~ ~ .4
BUT the new United States of
Indonesia faces discordant ele-
ments within itself, according to
"Thousands of Communists
are in Java, eager for trouble,"
she said. "There is even a ques-
tion whether Tan Malakka,
their Russian Communist leader
who was reportedly shot, is
alive and in hiding."
Another belligerant faction is
the Darul Islam, a fanatic Moslem
group numbering in the hundred
thousands in Java, she pointed
out. "They are against both Dutch
and Republicans and want a Mos-
THE JAPANESE left a "time
bomb" in Indonesia when they
trained hundreds of youth to
fight the whites, she said.
" 'Asia for the Asiatics' was
their propaganda cry. The TNI
Republican army, made up of
. BEATRICE BORST.. . Hopwood Alumna
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youth, many extremists (ter-
rorists), Soekarno himself finds
difficult to control," she said.
Miss Borst left for Java in
September, 1948, on a Dutch
freighter carrying dynamite and
inflammable acid. Two days out
from New York they hit a bad
Atlantic hurricane with a 110-
mile wind and 50-foot waves.
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ONE OF THE high spots of the
trip came when she flew to Cook-
town from Cairns in Queensland,
Australia, with British novelist
Nevil Shute, in the monoplane he
ihad flown out from England.
Shortly afterwards she learned
monsoon winds had blown away
Another highspot was seeing
Mt. Ngaurahoe volcano erupt
some 20,000 feet in New Zea-
While in Indonesia to gather
material, Miss Borst was invited
to attend the parties for the 15
American journalists and to fly
with them if she desired.
"I felt they would meet with a
plane disaster and turned down
the invitation to fly with them,"
she declared. "But I met them all,
and was more than shocked when
the plane crashed in Bombay."
Miss Borst, who won a Hop-
wood award in 1941 for her novel
"Nearer the Earth" claims she
still wants to write "another
novel," but hopes to combine
novel writing with non-fiction
Elections for three Interfrater
nity Council senior offices will be
held at the IFC House Presidents'
meeting at 7:30 p.m. today at the
Union, IFC President "Jake" Ja-
cobson has announced.
Seven men have submitted peti-
tions for the posts of vice-presi-
dent, secretary and treasurer, left
vacant by the resignations of Dick
Morrison and Stan Crapo Mar. 1.
GUNNING for the vice-presi-
dent's post are Bill Duerr, '50;
Jim Walden, '50 and Jack Kruse
George Milroy, '51; John Pur-
vis, '52 and Dick Ferrara, '51
are running for the office of
IFC secretary. Treasurer's posi-
tion is being sought by Dick
Formerly one position, the of-
fices of secretary and treasurer
were formally made separate by
an IFC house presidents' ruling
two weeks ago.
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EACH FRATERNITY repre-
sented in IFC will cast one vote
tonight through itshouse presi-
dent, Jacobson pointed out.
The three men chosen will hold
offices until IFC's regular spring
semester election the second week
of May, he added.
Also on the agenda tonight are
further discussion of IFC's con-
stitutional revisions and a re-
port on "Greek Week," scheduled
"Soak-the-rich" crusades share
wealth, but advertising creates it,
Walter Weir told journalistn stu-
Taxes and subsidies redistribute
wealth, but advertising increases
it by stimulating demand and
production, the New York City
advertising agent said.
"Share- the -wealth schemes
bring us all down to the same
level, advertising brings us to
higher levels," the University Lec-
turer in Journalism added.
"Advertising is fraught with_
self-seeking and chicanery like
any field," he said, "but it is
the basis of material democracy."
Advertising writing is an open
and well-paid vocation because it
demands creative ability, Weir
Weir has written extensively on
advertising and lectured in the
United States and Canada. He al-
so headed creative departments
of four major advertising agencies
and did war propaganda work for
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Green Sheaffer Pen at Hillel.
Sun. Night, E14, Law Club. _
LOST-Horn-rimmed glasses in brown
leather case on Forest between Cam-
bridge and East Ann.
LOST-Small black purse. Contains
I.D., glasses and Parker 51. Reward.
Phone 2-3839. ___27L
JOHN-Thanks for the inside info on
the 39c luncheon at J. D. Miller's
Cafeteria. Boy, that entree, potato
vegetable, bread, butter and bever-
age really taste good. What a buy.
WANTED-One beast that can polka.
Hoo iaa. Females preferred. Call
Jerry. 111 Green _House,_2-4591.
DEAR "Independent" Lady, Did you
say that I wasn't at Assembly? I guess
you never moved from the dance
floor into one of the adjoining rooms!
Ahem-My date couldn't dance very
NEWS FROM CLUB 211-Club 211's new
policy--there is no expiration date on
meal tickets! Tickets good any day-
need not be used on consecutive days.
Expires only when completely punch-
ed. ) 2P
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
209 S. State
_ Phone 8161. )1P
MEN WANTED to eat at fraternity
house. Excellent food, moderate pric-
es. Close to campus. Call Bud Ph.
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
New and Used Instruments
----209 E._Washington _ _ )4B
IMMEDIATE OPPORTUNITY for 3
men to earn PARTIAL room rent as
handy-man work. NEAR CAMPUS.
New -mattresses: best associations.
Ph. 3-4738 after 10 AM. ) 24B
HAVE YOUR typewriter repaired by the
Office Equipment Service Company,
WASHING and, or, ironing done in my
own houme Free pick up and deliv-
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by EstablishedTradition )3B
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sitter-.while you go out - anytime.
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TYPEW1RITERS AND FOUNTAIN PENS
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PROMP.T SERVICE on all typewriter
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Accurate Typing. Prompt Service.
FOR SALE 1
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
Featuring both Lady's Levi's, Western
Overalls. New pair free if they rip.
whistle. $5.49 each. 662 South Sev-
enth, corner West Madison. )2B
BEST BUYS-Plastic Raincoats $2.99;
Fancy Knit "T" Shirts $1.49; Black
Moccasins $2.99; Part wool Athletic
Hose 39c. Open 'til 6 p.m. Sam's
Store, 122 E. Washington. )5
MAKE TIME OR LIFE part of your
college life. Special reduced Student
Rates available ($4.75 a year-instead
of $6) to make it easier. Phone Stu-
dent Periodical Agency, 2-82-42. We'll
bill you. )2
LOST-Ladies gold Bulova watch with
expanion bracelet, Sat, night. Valued
as gift. Please return, Janice Carrier,
New Dorm, Ph. 3-1561. Reward. )29L
LOST-Crescent pin Sat. Hill Aud. or
Univ.Terrr Reward. 2-8579. )28L
Need Books . .
INDONESIA - Most students
here cannot afford to buy any
books, and there is a tremendous
lack of books and study materials,
according to the eighth report of
the World Student Service Fund.
TWO FELLOWS needed-to share large
suite. Opposite St. Joseph's Hos-
pital. Refrigeration privileges. Pri-
vate bath. Call 7176. 6-7 p.m. )48R
FOR RENT-2 room suite-to-share
with male student. $6 weekly 1105
TO SHARE-Large double room with
law student. One block from law club.
808 Oakland. )47R
AT 1019 CHURCH-Half of large double
room for male student. Inquire at
rear apt., evenings. )8B
VACANCY for male students. Rooms
can be used as apartment. Also double
rooms. Call 2-2052. 8R
ATTRACTIVE single room. Cooking
privileges. 507 E. Liberty and 1106
Lincoln. Ph. 5224. )14R
ROOM AND BOARD
OPENINGS for room or board at Stu-
dent Co-ops. Phone Peretz at 6284.
WANTED TO RENT
A DOCTOR, wife and two children ur-
gently in search of a rented apart-
ment, or house with two or three
bedrooms, furnished .or 'unfurnished,
starting July 1st. For information
please phone Betsy Vial at 2-5618. )1N
TWO CUSHMAN motor scooters, slide
rule,' drawing instruments, automatic
phonograph. Call Phil Clark, 5603
_evenings. _ )42
BEAUTIFL - Natural Gersey Muskrat
coat, three quarter length, size 12,
justcleaned and glazed. $45.00. 1446
Univ. Terr. Apt._523. Ph. 2-8132.
50 Women's and girls good clean coats,
$1 to $5; suits, short, $1.50 to $10.00.
Many Other items. Nearly New Shop,
311 E. Huron.Ph. 3-0166.y4
PARAKEETS make delightful, inexpen-
sive pets. Easily trained to talk and
Dean To Address
Dean Russell W. Bunting of the
School of Dentistry will speak on
"Admissions" to all interested
pre-dental students at 7:30 p.m.
today, Rm. 3B of the Union.
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 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
THURSDAY, MARCH, 9, 1950
VOL. LX, No. 106
Campus Parking Permits for 19-
50: In checking cars parked in re-
stricted areas on the Campus, it is
found that many cars still carry
the 1949 parking permit plates.
Will all those who have received
1950 permit plates attach them to
their cars, and will those entitled
to receive permits call at the In-
formation Desk, Second Floor Lob-
by, Administration Building, and
make application for the proper
plates. Your cooperation will be
University Committee on Parking
Ben and Lucile Braun Scholar-
ship: This scholarship is available
to undergraduate men or women
students who have been residents
at the University for one or more
semesters. Application blanks may
be obtained at the Scholarship Di-
vision, Office of Student Affairs,
1059 Administration Building. The
completed applications must be
returned by March 31.
Camp Positions. Representative
of Camp Charlevoix (boys'. pri-
vate), Charlevoix, Michigan will
be at the Union on Thurs. and
Fri., Mar. 9 and 10 to interview
candidates for waterfront and gen-
eral counselor positions. For in-
formation and appointment call
at '3528 Administration Building
or call Ext. 2614.
BUREAU OF APPOINTMENTS:
U.S. Civil Service Commission
announces an examination for
Medical Scientist. Options: Bac-
teriologist Grades GS-9 through
14, Histopathologist Grade GS-12.
Michigan State Civil Service
Commission announces an exami-
nation for County Accounts Ex-
aminer, open to accounting majors
with one year experience.
.sNew York State Civil Service
Commission announces an exami-
Huge Ticket Demand Results
In ExtraOpera Performance
ANN ARBOR FIGURE SKATING CLUB
8th ANNUAL ICE CARNIVAL
MELOIDY 0N ICE'
Cast of 190
Saturday, March 18, 8:00 P.M. $1.00
(Students I.D. Cards at Rink Only) only 75c
Sunday, March 19, 3:00 P.M. 75c
UNIVERSITY ICE RINK
Tickets On Sale At:
Michigan Union, Ulrich's, Slater's,
Wahr's Bookstores, and Ice-Rink.
Because of a huge demand for
tickets a special performance of
Mozart's comic opera "Cosi Fan
Tutte" which opened last night,
will be presented at 2:30 p.m.
In a meeting last night at the
Union, the Young Progressives
voted to challenge the Union house
rule "discriminating" against wo-
men in the building.
Gordon McDougall, '52, YP
president, stated that they will
present a motion to abolish the
rule, which forbids women to en-
ter by the front door or to use the
cafeteria and other facilities, at a
forthcoming special Union meet-
Elections for new officers were
conducted, with Gordon McDoug-
all being reelected president of the
group. Other new officers are Tom
Byers, Grad., executive secretary;
Jacqueline Berner, anti-discrim-
ination committee chairman;
Ethyl Schectman, peace commit-
tee chairman; and Ernest Cheery,
Grad., and Dina Comcowich, '53,
recreation and social committee
Read Daily Classifieds
ROBERT MITCHUM in
"THE CLAY PIGEON"
Saturday in Lydia Mendelssohn
Originally scheduled for a four-
night run, the matinee was added
when it became evident that the
supply for evening performances
was almost exhausted, according
to Ann Drew, ticket manager.
Tonight's alternate cast includes
Rose Marie Jun as Fiordiligi, Joan
Sapf as Dorabella, Ruth Camp-
bell as Despina, Jack Norman as
Ferrando, Dale Thompson as
Guglielmo and Bertram Gale as
The opera, sung and acted in
English, is a School of Music-
speech department production,
directed by Prof. Valentine Windt.
Mat. 30c Nights & Sun. 40c
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