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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATUJRDAY, OCTOBR: 8, 1949

British Party
Leader Will
Lecture Here
Lady Carter To
Speak on Britain
Lady Violet Bonham Carter,
prominent British Liberal party
leader, will speak on "Britain To-
day" at 4:15 p.m. Monday in the
Rackham Amphitheatre.
Lady Carter is the daughter of
the Earl of Oxford and Asquith,
British prime minister from 1908
to 1916. She has taken a leading
part in the affairs of her father's
party, serving as president of the
Liberal Party Organization from
1944 to 1945.
* * *
AN ACTIVE worker in many
major British programs, Lady
Carter is associated with impor-
tant non-party movements in the
national and international fields.
She was vice-chairman of the
United Europe movement, which
paved the way for the Council
of Europe. She also served for
18 years on the League of Na-
tions Union and later became
honorary president of its succes-
sor, the United Nations Associa-
tion.
From 1923 to 1925 Lady Carter
held the office of president of the
Women's Liberal Federation, re-
gaining the position from 1939 to
1945.
DURING THE war she served as
air raid warden in Paddington, one
of London's most heavily hit areas.
Lady Carter has also been ac-
five in British cultural activi-
ties, including the British
Broadcasting Corporation and
the Old Vie Theatre. She was
recently a member of the Royal
Commission of the Press.
One of Britain's leading speak-
ers on political and welfare sub-
jects, Lady Carter lectured to Ger-
man universities in 1947 on behalf
of the control commission for
Germany.
SHE IS a frequent contributor
to Britain's leading newspapers
and magazines and has spoken on
several BBC programs.
Prof. James K. Pollock, chair-
man of the political science de-
partment, said the University is
fortunate to be able to hear
"one of Britain's most outstand-
ing women."
"She is an individual of broad
'~u eans rrad *gage views
as well as a charming and delight-
ful speaker," he added.
** *
LADY CARTER'S current speak-
ing tour marks her second visit to
the United States. She was also
here in 1912.
Her lecture at the University
is sponsored by the political sci-
ence department.
While in Ann Arbor, Lady Car-
ter will stay at Hinsdale House,
where she will be honored Monday
night with a dinner and coffee.
CED Plans To Act
On One 'U' School
The Committee to End Discrim-
ination voted yesterday to con-
centrate its efforts on persuading
one school of the University to
remove all discriminatory ques-

(ons from its admission blank.
Next week members will decide
which school they will approach.
The meeting was attended by
delegates from thirteen campus
organizations. They represented
both men's quads, two co-ops, the
New Women's Dormitory, one hon-
orary, and several political groups.

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"BEAT ARMY"-Green House men gather in front of the huge bonfire which highlighted the
massive pre-football game rally last night at Ferry Field. About 6,500 merry souls marched down
State in a torchlight parade to mark the biggest pep rally celebration in Michigan history. After the
bonfire speeches, the crowd turned itself into one long Conga line to twist back up to the campus.
SHADY TRAILS REPORTS:
Speech Camp Furthers '' esearch

MOTORCYCLISTS
BRITISH POU3ND DEVALUED)
SAVE $195.00
ol New British Motorcycles.
Others Selling for Storage Plus
Repair Bills.
Buy Now! Save Now!
INDIA MOTORCYCLE SALES
207 W. Liberty - Phone 2-1748
Open Evenings Till 9:00
21 x3 12RB Series Graflex Camera, $85.
6481. ) 69
SPEECH 31 STUDENTS-you can still
order TIME for the semester. Only
$1.50 for 17 weeks. Mailed to your own
address. Phone 2-82-42 to order--pay
when billed. _)
THE BUSIEST STUDENTS read TIME-~
Selling Out
EVERYTHING MUST GO
Must vacate building by Sunday, Oct. 9
Motorcycles * Scooters * Cars
20% OFF on all CUSHMAN
Parts and Accessories
INDIAN PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
25(;,,OPP
New and Used Power Lawn Mowers
Below Cost
7 CARS $40 to $495
Nothing Held Back
Save on Any and Everything!
All Sales Final -- All Sales Cash
M AC' S
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420 N. Main '- Ph. 2-0065 )29
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY - 1942
Buick Special, new motor. A-i con-
dition. $850. 3250 Platt Rd., E. Ann
Arbor._2-5870 after 4 p.m. )54
MAN'S ENGLISH Overcoat, Size 40,
Misses 2 fur coats, black cloth coat,
velvet trim, dresses, sizes 12 and 14,
Clean and good condition. Two pair
ice skates, ski boots, 2 radios. 3110
Dexter Road. Tel. 2-4796. )13
'37 PLYMOUTH COUPE. Priced for fast
sale, $200. 1372 Sudbury Ct., W.V. }61
Continuous from 1 P.M.
Last Times Today

By NAN BYLAN
Shady Trails, a speech improve-
ment camp near Northport, Mich.,
has joined the list of University-
owned projects furthering educa-
tion and research.
Previously under private own-
ership, the camp was given to the
University last March as a gift
from the Kresge Fund. This
transaction enables large scale re-

search in speech correction which
private funds could not support.
S * * *
SHADY TRAILS was founded in
1932 by John Clancy, now assist-
ant to the director of the Univer-
sity Speech Clinic, as a clinic
camp for boys.
From an initial enrollment of
four, attendance at the camp
has increased to its present ca-

Robin Hood Routine Results
In Dandy Deerburger Delicacy

By DAVIS CRIPPEN
Deerburger is the order-the
meat order of the day in the home
of Millard Laing, Grad., these
noons and evenings.
Traffic Cases'
Involve Prof,
Lawe Student
A University professor suffered
injuries when his car was involved
in an accident and a student was
charged with illegal driving, city
officials reported yesterday.
Prof. Byron O. Hughes, of the
education school, suffered shock
and bruises yesterday when the
car in which he was riding skidded
on wet pavement on US-23 and
overturned.
* * *
PROF. HUGHES is being treat-
ed at St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital.
Arthur Buder, 27 year old law
student has been booked on
illegal driving charges in two of
three counties through which he
sped while fleeing state police
Wednesday.
Yesterday, Buder faced Ann Ar-
bor Municipal Court Judge Fran-
cis O'Brien on a charge of driving
after drinking. Trial was set for
Oct. 15.
Nine state police cars were used
in the chase to capture Buder as
he raced from Fenton to Ann Ar-
bor. He was arrested as he turned
into the driveway of his home at
813 Granger Street.

Laing got the meat, simply
enough, by shooting it. Not with
anything as modern as a gun
though. A bow and arrow did the
trick on the 75 pound yearling
buck.
* * *
THE KILL WAS made near
Glennie, a town some 180 miles
north of Ann Arbor, soon after the
Oct. 1 opening of the deer season
for bow and arrow hunters. The
period runs to Nov. 5.
Total cost of the meat, which
Laing expects to last five or six
weeks, was half of the expenses
of getting to Glennie and one
arrow.
Laing shared the expenses with
Bob Cain, '51, who, for lack of a
target, came back full quivered
and empty handed.
Thdugh Laing has been hunting
deer for four years a la Robin
Hood, this shot was the first he
had a chance to make.
The deer was mortally wounded
from a distance of 38 yards
through the shoulders and lungs.
Only damage to Laing were hand
gashes suffered when the animal's
mouth closed suddenly while he
was cleaning it.

pacity of 90 boys, representing
26 different states.
The camp emphasizes speech
correction. Two group classes and
one individual class are held each
day. There are also assemblies in
choral and remedial reading.
* * *
MOST OF THE cases at the
camp are those resulting from
stuttering, spastic conditions, cleft
palate, hearing difficulties, and
articulatory problems, Clancy said.
The 32 members of the camp
staff represent several speech
clinics throughout the country.
"We are not running a speech
program based on a method,"
Clancy explained, "and we want to
get the various schools of thought
on speech correction which other
clinics advance."
Clancy described the clinic-
camp as avparticularly effective
method of working with speech de-
fectives.
"IN A CLINICAL situation you
can trn good speech habits that
will relnain in a clinical situation.
The difficulty is in getting the
students to carry over their newly
learned habits into everyday liv-
ing. Camp life provides that
bridge."
Shady Trails became affiliat-
ed with the University over a
period of years. In 1942 the con-
nection was officially recognized
by an act of the Board of Re-
gents.
The Kresge Fund was interested
in the camp and wanted to make
a donation, but it could not con-
tribute to a privately owned con-
cern, Clancy explained.
Clancy discussed the matter
with President Ruthven, and an
advance was made to the Fund by
the University, which resulted in
its present acquisition of the
camp.

the magazine designedfu r busy men
and women. This is one reason why
you should subscribe today. Another
good reason is the reduced student
rates available-costs you lss than a
dime a week. Phone 2-82-42 for infor-
mation.3
FOR SALE--1939 station 'wagon (Ford).
Highest bid over $200, good condition.
Call 2-8694, after 6 p.m. )70
NEW KODAK CAMERA-35 mm.; f3.5
coated lens; range finder; case; flash
attachment; adapter ring; closeup
lens. $90.00. Tyler House, 307 (East
Quad 2-4591). )71
TWO Radio victrola combinations.
Table models. Good condition. R a-
,unably priced. Ph. 7556 )65
BLACK Strock winter coat. Blacgab-
ardine suit. Both size 14. Excellent
condition. Reasonably priced. Ph.
7556. )65
EMERSON combination radio-vie, 2
yrs. old, original price $110, sell for
$60. Call Jo Peck, 2-3225. )64
COLOR PICTURES are beautiful at this
time of the year. We have a complete
line of films and equipment at the
Kodak Department.
CALKINS FLETCHER
State St. at N. University )5
ANKLETS--Crew and turn down cuff
from 39c, reinforced nylon heel and
toe. Wools, 89c with nylon reinforced
heel and toe. Woo and cotten fromn
49c.
Cousins
on StatesSt. )2
PACKARD--Late 1946 Six, Club Sedan.
Excellent condition. Radio, heater.
$995. Box 204 Michigan Daily. )67
WHIZZER MOTOR BIE-Well main-
tained. All essential accessories.
Cheap, rapid, dependable transporta-
tion. Priced to sell. Call John Piele-
meer, 2-4401. )48
$95 ROYAL Silent Deluxe Typewriter-
$70, 122 Strauss, East Quad. )63
FOR SALE-A G.E. refrigerator, circa
940, clean and In excellent working
condition, apartment size. Inspection
arranged. Call 2-7560 or write W. B.
Goodman. 618Packard. )62
1949 PLYMOUTH DeLUXE-4 door sedan
for sale. All accessories including
radiator and heater. Used only 4
months. Student leaving country.
Phone 4971. )60
1947 Crosley-New rebuilt motor, cast
iron block, dealer guaranteed. Like
new Inside and out. Phone Ypsi,
3996-R. )53
BICYCLE-GirE's English. 3-speed,
hand-brak-. 2Good condition. 714
Haven. Phone 2-9580. _____)44
FORiSALE-Large collection of slighty
used classical records, reduced price.
Box 203, Michigan Daily. )55
CANARIES,DPARAKEETS and TROPI-
CAL BIRDS. Bird supplies and cages.
Mrs. Ruffins, 562 S. 7th. Ph. 5330. )2B
SALE of Used Typewriters. Come in and
look them over. Reduced up to 50
per cent. Office equipment Service
Co., 215 S. Fourth._)4
BETTER BUYS at Sam's Store-All wool
Flannel Pants $6.49. U.S. Navy Sur-
plus "T" Shirts 49c. 100% Wool Ath-
letic Hose 49c. Flannel Shirts $1:79.
All Wool Army Gloves 59c; Army Navy
type Oxfords $6.88. Open till 6:30
p.m.
SAM'S STORE 122 E._Washington )6
SHIRT COLLARS TURNED-50c Tuck-
away House. E. Liberty at Maynard.
Phone 9582. )1
Science can
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You are invited to hear
Christian Science
explained. Attend a
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"CHRISTIAN SCIENCE:
THE DISCOVERY
WHICH SOLVES
TODAY'S PROBLEMS
by
WILL B. DAVIS, C.S.B.
of Chicago, Illinois
Member of the Board
of Lectureship of
The Mother Church,
The First Church of Christ,
Scientist, in Boston,
Massachusetts

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- --graphs for publication. Ph. 2-9118
ROOMS FOR RENT after 5 -m. m.P 214B
- WASHING and/or ironing, done in my
SMITE OF ROOMS for four men $7 own home. Free pick-up and delivery.
per man. 1125 Michigan. Mr. Briley Phone 2-9020. )1B
)14R ~EFFICIENT Expert, prompt typewriter
DOUBLE ROOM for men near campus. repair service. Mosely's Typewriter
$6 a week. Call 2-8309. .13R and Supply Company, 214 E. Wash-
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Ann. Phone 8144. )9R New and Used Instruments
MEALS for men--Room to serve a few 209 E. Washington )43
more at 1319 Hill. )5X -
ROOMS available for students' guests.
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commodations. Phone 2-9850. 12:30 tc plain writing whether you enroll for
1:00. 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. )3R more training or not and you are NOT
-- -- _E - C r uobligated to continue. You may have
HIAVE VACANCIES for four male stu- all manner of ornate writing done here.
dents. Complete kitchen privileges. You arc entitled to one half dozen
House on campus. Call 2-2052. )2F b-1ziefully engrossed name cards
T-R AN P FREE, merely as a get acquainted"
TRANSPORTATION oier. You will find my prices are most
reasonable. You are indeed welcome to
NEED RIDE to and from Ann Arbor, drop In any day, except Sunday, from
from northwest Detroit, DAILY. Will 10 to 7 at 402 Observatory and meet Mr.
share expenses. Location 8 miles Early, Penman for over 30 years. Ph.
east of Plymouth. Livonia 2320 after 2-8606. )8B
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Payments Begin in January

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FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FRESH AIR CAMP
Present

Veterans expecting payments
from the special National Service
Life Insurance dividend will have
to wait until January, 1950, Vet-
erans Administration announced
yesterday.
Rumors that checks would start
going out before Christmas are
"absolutely without foundation,"
the VA report showed.
* * *
VETERANS who carried the in..
surance sometime between Octo-
ber 8, 1940 and October 8, 1948,
are eligible for the dividend, the
local Veteran Service Bureau di-
rector, Richard Correll, said.
Dividend payments will range

from 55 to 20 cents on each
thousand dollars of insurance,
he added.
An estimated 16 million veterans
and servicemen are entitled to a
share of the $2.8 billion dividend
fund.
MORE THAN 12 million ap-
plications for dividend payments
have been received in Washington
since application forms were made
available last August 29.
Eligible veterans who have not
yet applied may obtain forms at
VA offices, post offices or from
veterans service organizations.

THURSDAY, OCT. 13
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