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TWO

THIE MIICHiIGN DAIL Y

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8,1949
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BATTLE FOR DEMOCRACY:
Visitor Sees Hope for German Republic

By BOB VAUGHN
amercans and Germans are
fign~ng a second post-war battle
of Germany, according to Joseph
H. Kaiser, visiting observer from
the University of Tuebingenin,
Germany. -
The United States and Germany
are struggling shoulder to shoulder
for democracy justa they strug-
Kaiser said.
* * *
"TODAY THE young Federal
Republic has to be strengthened

against Communism by encourag-
ing democracy and fostering a
higher standard of living."
Considering Germany's past
experiences, efforts for securing
peace and freedom in the west-
ern sector have been more suc-
cessful than the Allies might
have expected, Kaiser said.
"Last summer in the Bundestag
(Federal Parliament) elections for
instance, 80 per cent of the eligible
voters went to the polls. Only five

per cent of the voters supported
Communism."
* * *
NO PEOPLE in Europe are more
aware of what Communism means
than the Germans, Kaiser contin-
ued. "Everyday 500 to 1,000 Ger-
mans expelled from the eastern
sector enter Western Germany."
"This number has increased
each day so that there are now
more than 10,000,000 refugees in
the western sector," he added.
"This tremendous influx has
complicated the social and eco-
nomic difficulties of the Federal
Republic. But there is no better
barrier against Communism in
Europe than the Federal Republic
which includes two-thirds of Ger-
many,"
Kaiser pointed out that World
Ways I and II have proved that
frontiers west of Germany cannot
be efficently defended against at-
tacks from the west.
DO YOU KNOW .. . that George
Kell of the Detroit Tigers is
the first third basenman ever to
win the American League batting
title?

Students To
Edit Zionist
Publication
"The Student Zionist," national
publication of the Intercollegiate
Zionist Federation of America, will
be edited this year by the Michi-
gan IZFA chapter, the organiza-
tion has announced.
Seven University students have
been named to the magazine's edi-
torial staff. Al Schulman, Grad.,
will serve as editor and Dick New-
man, 'SOBAd, will be assistant edi-
tor.
Other members of the staff are
Betty Ellenport, '52, Flossie Weiss-
man, '53, Selma Cohen, '52, Areay
Schnell, '52 and Phil Smullin, '51L'.
The magazine, a cultural publi--
cation printing original articles
related to college, Zionism, has
previously been edifed at the Uni-
versity of Chicago and Harvard
University. It is published every
six weeks.
DO YOU KNOW . .x . that the
New York Giants of 1948 hit 221
homeruns, an all-time major
league record?

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References. Ph. 7601 evenings an
SMcnIO .IOHS
DECEMBER IS JOY MONTH
STARTING TODAY
thru Saturday
,with sniley Burnt.,
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DRIVING TO Faiaio N D. Friday, 16h.
Xwant ridrs. Thru,~Minneapolis. Ph.:
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DRIVING O Boston, Decem~ber 16, pm
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DRIVING TO San Antonia, Texas for
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Lev Dec. 14th if possible. Cal
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WANT TO GO OUT? Who will take
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GR.EETING CARDS inscribed In colors.
l0c each or $1.00 per box. T. A. Early,
402_Observatory. Phone 2-8106. )8B
SHIRTS-Nine hour service (by request).
Ae Laundry, 116 5. University.servB
'WASHING and/or ironing done In my
onnhome., 2ree pick-up and delivery.
NEARLY NEW SHOP-Fur and cloth1
coats, formals, suits, dresses. 10972
E. Washington, over Dietzel's. Phone
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______PERSONAL
MR. MEGROD announces that he will
arrive in Ann Arbor on Friday, Dec. 9.
He will welcome all those who wish to
meet' hiim Friday on the Diagonal.
Why not "gallop" over to the campus
and meetMr. Megrod. __)43P
CPoicy4.NoB expiration date on lmeal
tickets! Tickets honored on any day.
You ticket expires only wen dall
meals have been punched. J.D.M. )42P
HEY JACK-I'm saving real dough by
eating the daily 59c dinner special
at J. D. Miller's cafeteria. Believe it
oranot thsaIncludes entree, patoe.
Try it yor self!d01 Only 59c Yors
Bil. ____ __ ) 44P
MYRTLE: What does DACLAD mean?
Murgetroyd.
OPPORTUNITY for two boys to earn1
room rent in return for mintseace
3-4738 _______)40P
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE-For a
good deal in flowers at homne and on
campus. Ph. 3-1824. Special rates for
group orders. "Student Service for
Students." )21P
STUDENT HOLIDAY TRAINS-Reduced
re one N..Cen trl route lEast and
ministration Bldg. Monday through
Friday, 2:30-4:30. $5 will reserve a
ticket. )38P
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIO
Phone 8161 )lP
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51. Call Quinlon. 7330. Reward. )4L
LOST - Gold Bulova watch. Vicinity
LOST -u Oear studded gold and
whit eveningnt bacontainingre lve
somewhere between 441 Hamilton Place
and!1 Unon. Rew'ard. Call Diane
LOST-Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity
pin in vicinity of State St. Phone
Beverly Hatosky, 2-2591. Reward. )99L
LOST-Gold capped Parker "~51" pen,
green. Between West Quad and
Angell Hall. Reward. 413 Chicago
2-4401.

______FOR SALE
RONSONS-We carry a complete stock
of Ronson pocket and table lighters
In all styles,
CALKINS-FLETCHER DRUG CO.
S. State at N. University. )5
TUXEDO-Size 37 regular. $15. Call
"QUAITY" BOXER PUPPIES-Ypsi
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GIVE A BIRD to shut-in for a real
Merry Christmas. Parakeets, canaries
and cages at 562 S. Seventh. Ph. 5330.
)2fl
RUBBER FOOTWEAR SECIALS -To
$75; low zipper galoshes $3.49; high
p.m. SAM'S STORE, 122 E. Washing-
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WOOD
For fireplace or furnace. Call 3-4575.
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COUSINS ON STATE STREET
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Sizes 32-40 -- Assorted Colors
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Un painted Furniture
Completechstc ofg4 drawer and5
tables, chairs, coffee tables, desks,
lumber. Save money--paint it your-
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524 So. Main St. Poe245
Wherethe Greater Number55
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WANTED TO BUY
USED MOTORSCOOTER. Phone 2-7981.
Wanted to buy or rent. )37W
FOR RENT
BRING YOUR WEEKEND GUESTS to
the Pierce Transit Home, 1133 E. Ann.

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FOR YOUR TAL ENTS

VOCA L I STS

I NST RUME NTA LISTS

MAG IC IANS
J UGG LE RS
NOVEL ISTS

DANCERS

Bul~lti iconstructive notice to al
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, DECEMBER 8, 1949
VOL. LX, No. 6e
Notices
Automobile Regulations, Christ-
mas H oliday: The automobile reg-
ulation will be lifted for all stu-
dents f rom noon, on Fri., Dec. 16
until 8 a.m., Jan. 3.
Veterans enrolled under the G.I.
Bill, who plan to change their
course, i.e. vocational objective, in
the second semester, must obtain
prior approval of the Veterans Ad-
ministration before subsistence,
tuition, books, and supplies will be
authorized' for the new course.
Veterans in the above category
should call at the Veterans Service
Bureau, 555 Administration Build-
ing, immediately for instructions
OPTICAL SERVICE
for the Campus Area
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
222 Nickels Arcade Ph. 2-9116

in securing Veterans Administra-
tion approval in advance of begin-
ning of the second semester.
Graduate women interested in
part-time counseling positions in
the Women's residence halls for
the spring semester 1950 may ar-
range appointments for interviews
pro o De.'6 b alling the
Fraternity Presidents: All fra-
ternity houses must submit to Mr.
Gwin in the Office of Student Af-
f airs their November monthly fi-
nancial reports not later than Dec.
14-.
Orientation Group Leaders:--
Orientation is now closed for Feb-
ruary, 1950. -No more positions
are avilable. Those accepted will
be notified by Jan. 20, 195l0.
The Adelia Cheever House Board
announces one (1) scholarship of
Seventy-Five ($75) Dollars availa-
ble for tespring semester, 1950,
DECEMBER IS JOY MONTH

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OPEN HOUSE
at the
Ann Arbor
for All University Students
or Personnel interested in flying.
Complete with FREE Airplane Rides.
Satuday10 to 4

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Auditions Saturday, DeC. 10
Room 3-G, MiCh igan Un ion

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If unable to Come in send postcard
C/o Men's Glee Club, 1020 Admin. Bldg. 9

Strange uargent quest of
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211 5. State and campus bookstores

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From All Nations

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SATURDAY, SUNDAY
Continuous from 1 :30 P.M.

Continuous Daily at 1:30
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Hill Auditoriumn
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DAVID LLOYD, Tenor
OSCAR NATZKA, Bass

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