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PiXE TWO

THE NIICHIIAN DIDII

NtSDAY, NOVENMER 22, 1949

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FRANCE, ENGLAND WARY:
Fears Retard German Democratization

By BOB VAIJGTN ces, cultural patterns and political
Among the external forces re- climate are very different from
tarding democratization in Ger- those of the United States," he
many are the fears of France and said.
England, according to Prof. Har- aid
old M. Dorr of the political science ECONOMIC PROBLEMS and
department. the influx of refugees from Central

"France is obviously afraid of
a strong, re-militarized Germany
and Britain appears equally afraid
of a rehabilitated economic system
in Germany," Prof Dorr said.
OUR democratization program
in Western Germany has been
more fruitful, however, than or-
dina;y reports adminit, he contin-
ued.
"But we cannot hope that
American institutions and ideals
are going to be completely ac-
ceptable in Germany."
"Their governmental experien-

Europe has tended to complicate
the political situation, Prof. Dorr
added.
"Even though progress has not
been as noticeable as we might
wish, I heartily disagree with
those who say there has not ev-
en been a trickle of democracy
in Western Europe."
Prof. Dorr pointed out that they
chose to create the parlimentary
cabinet form of government.
"BUT BECAUSE of different
political experiences we can hard-
ly hope at the outset that the sys-

tem is going to work in Germany
as it works in England," he added.
"The parliament and the min-
istries have encountered some
difficulties in finding their pro-
per places in the German gov-
ernment."
"Actually ministries are createdl
by the parliament and may be
destroyed by the same body, so
in theory the seat of government'
is in the legislature," Prof. Dorr
continued.
"BUT BECAUSE of pressing
problems of reconstruction, the
ministries have assumed the power
to govern."
This tendency was severely
criticized by the Military Gov-
ernment and no opportunity was
lost to insist that the legislature
assume its responsibilities, Prof.
Dorr said.

'U' Studenuts
Will ituend
YP Meeting;
Several University students will
participate in a conference on aca-
demic freedom in education this
weekend in Cleveland.
The students include Gordon
MacDougall, Elin Corben, Al Lip-
pitt, Ernest Cherry, Ray Franklin,
Cal Sandifer, Jerry Green, Henry
Jarecki, Flora Lewin, Harriet
Landy and Harvey Schwartz.
Sponsored by the Young Pro-
gressives of America, the confer-
ence is part of the YPA second
national convention.
MacDougall will give a report
to the conference on the work done
on campus to eliminate clauses
which could be used for discrim-
inatory purposes from University
application blanks.

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LOST AND FOUND
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA fraternity pin.
Vicinity Union. St. Mary's chapel.
Engraved Sigma 523. Call 3-1077. Re-
ward. )89L
LOST-Gold barrette at League or on
campus. Three weeks ago. Senti-
mental value. Reward. Phone 6061.
)82L
LOST-U.S. Haynesflute in old black
case and brown cover case with iden-
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2014 Angell Hall. Generous reward.
Call 2-2823. )88L
LOST-Rhinesone bracelet a either
Slide RuleBall or League Sat. night.
Phone 9434, )90L
PERSONAL_
PRICES ARE MARKED down instead
of up on magazine subscriptions at
Christmias! Phcne Student Periodical
Agency about these ideal gifts. There's
a magazine to suit everybody's taste.
Phone 2-82-42. )
FOR RENT_
BRING YOUR Thanksgiving weekend
guests to the Pierce Transit Home.
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HELPWANTED _
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WANTED--Couple wanted for house-
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room. Call mornings or evenings.
7979, )15H,

FOR SALE
TUX, 37 reg; tux and white coat, 37 long,
Hart. Schaffner, Marx. excellent con-
dition._Phone Marty 2-4551. )78
CONTAX C-III. Sonnar F-2 coated.
Meter and camera in good working
condition. Purchased 1945. $350.00.
Asking $200.00. Call 2-8762 evenings.
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Photographic Christmas
Cards
with your own photos
l~c each
Calkins-Fletcher
State at N. University_ )5
Cousin's
on State Street
Big selection of 100%
Wool Mittens
____Prices start at $1.00 )
BABY PARAKEETS-$5.95 each. Canary
-$10.00 up. Free song canary record
with each canary sold during "first
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Seventh. Ph. 5330. 23
PORTABLE typewriter. Underwood.
$45. 1410 Erving Ct., WRV. _ )84
SAVE MONEY-Gabardine pants, $4.95;
Michigan sweat shirts, $1.95; Navy
"T" shirts, 45c; all wool sweat socks,
49c; U.S. Navy-Army type oxfords,
$6.88. Open until 6:00 p.m. Sam's
Store,.122 E. Washington.
SELMER "55" CLARINET-The best.
50% off. Call George 6-766. )85
FOR SALE- Set of formal tails. Size
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ROOMS FOR RENT
WELL furnished single room for boy
at 1513 South University. Reason-
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Grilled Half Grapefruit Consomme National
Relish Trays
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Roast Young Tom Turkey, Sage Dressing, Cranberry Sauce - - - - - 2.25
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Broiled Sirloin Steak, Maitre d'Hotel - - - - - - - - - - - - 3.25
Broccoli Hollandaise Mashed Hubbard Squash
Snowflake Potato Candied Yams French Fried Potatoes
Iceberg Lettuce, 1,000 Island Dressing
Fruit Salad, Cream Dressing
Hot Rolls Bread Sticks
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