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vDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

SURVEYS INVADE STATE CAMPUS:

War, Rose Bowl Perturb MSC Coeds

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EAST LANSING-In line with
the policy of the best coverage of
facts at any cost, The Daily made
a sortie into this college town
yesterday afternoon to see what
the coeds here think about things
in general.
Bob Goldman, former Daily city
editor, according to an article
which he wrote for the current
issue of Parade magazine, also
visited here recently.
* . *
GOLDMAN'S conclusions con-
cerning the pulchritude of State
women are printed in the nation-
ally circulated Sunday newspaper
supplement this morning.
Goldman cites several band
leaders, professors, and others
who maintain that the State
coeds are the prettiest in the
country.
However, the Daily expedition
aimed primarily at uncovering
material of a more factual or
intellectual nature.
It discovered that the coeds
are sure that State will beat Mich-
igan's football team again next
fall. They are also just as certain
that the wrong team is going to
the Rose Bowl.
Some of the coeds said that
they were quite perturbed about
the war situation.
The Daily reporters hesitated to
draw any conclusions about their
survey.

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Campus Calendar
The Economics Club will present gress in Michigan" and "Water
Prof. Donald Cowan, of the busi- Colors and Drawings."
ness administration school, speak- They are on display at Alumni
ing on "What's Happening to the Memorial Hall.
Coal Industry?" at 7:45 p.m. to- * *
morrow in the Rackham Amphi- The Union all-campus bridge
theatre. tournament will be held at 2 p.m.
today in the Union Ballroom.
Would-be jurors for the law Union staffman Jack Ehlers, '53,
school's mock trials to be held announced that would-be entrants
this week will be selected at 3 will be accepted at that time even
p.m. tomorrow in the second though they have not signed up
floor court room of Hutchins previously.
Hall. * * *
* * * Patricia Ely, regional secretary
Gift items from a dozen coun- of the Institute of International
tries will be on sale Wednesday Education will visit the Univer-
through Saturday in the League sity this week to confer with fore-
lobby when the International Cen- ign students here are sponsored
ter will hold a bazaar. by the Institute.
Institute - sponsored students
Proceeds of .the affair will be may make arrangements to meet
given to the Emergency Fund for Miss Ely at the International Cen-
Foreign Students. ter.
The University Museum of Read and Use
Art will feature two major ex-
hibits this month: "Work in Pro- Daily Classifieds
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Going Somewhere
DURING THE HOLIDAYS . .
Kessel's have every type dress . .

Formals, dinner gowns,
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'BEAT MICHIGAN'

Michigan Forum To Discuss
SL Action on Fraternity Bias

'ROSE BOWL?'
* * *

(Continued from Page 1)
Members of the Special com-
mittee which drew up the motion
are Bill McIntyre, '52, Herb Reu-
ben, '51, Len Wilcox, '52, and
Keith Beers, '52E.
DISCRIMINATION clauses in
campus groups were pulled into,
the open last year, when the SAC
accepted t h e SL's "Michigan
Plan." The plan provides that SAC
refuseto recognize any future or-
ganization which prohibits mem-
bership because of race, religion
or color.
The Interfraternity Council
also has been studying the dis-
crimination in fraternity consti-
tutions through its Sub-Commit-
tee on Discrimination.
IFC currently is in favor of a
plan in which fraternities that
have discriminatory clauses will
lose campus recognition if they
fail to show a sincere effort in
attempting to have the clauses re-
moved.
Band Meeting
Marching Band members will
meet at 2:30 p.m. today in the In-
tramural Bldg., according to Prof.
William Revelli, director of bands.
Members need not bring their
Sinstruments.

THE SPEAKERS chosen for the
Michigan Forum debate are all
"campus personalities."
Blumrosen was city editor of
The Daily last year. He is a
member of Michigaluma and is
affiliated with Sigma Alpha Mu
fraternity.
Dawson, a member of Men's Ju-
diary Council, was recently elected
to the Board in Control of Student
Publications. He was a Daily edi-
torialdirector and summer man-
aging editor.
Johnstone is chairman of the
IFC Human Relations Committee.
He is a member of Zeta Psi. Ry-
der, a Delta Tau Delta member,
was president of SL last fall when
it formulated the "Michigan Plan."
A question and answer period
will follow the debate.
tores Open Late
Ann Arbor merchants will re-
main open until 9 p.m. tomorrow,
according to George Wild, presi-
dent of the Ann Arbor Merchants
Association.

GM Gives 'U'
$1;500,000
For Phoenix
(Continued from Page 1)
Institute, although a central head-
quarters probably will be establish-
ed soon.
The Institute plans include
provisions for an occupational
disease clinic; a consultation
service in Industrial Medicine,
Health and Safety; special in-
vestigations of new medical de-
velopments that may bedapplied
to industrial health and publi-
cation of reports on the Insti-
tute's research projects.
The set-up will include instruc-
tion and training in all phases of
industrial health and safety, as
well as research in all sciences
relating to this subject.
Expressing his gratitude to Gen-
eral Motors, President Ruthven
said, the grant "is an outstanding
example of a great industrial or-
ganization working cooperatively
with education which will lead to
the improvement of the nation's
health."

PLAN TO ATTEND
JACOBSON'S

MEN'S

NIGHT'

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13
7 to 9 P.MO

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An evening reserved exclusively for males, unham-
pered by any of the fairer sex ... just our own
helpful people to assist 'with your gift-selecting
pr6blems.
FREE GIFT WRAPPING

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merrymaking ... Celanese rayon taffeta with a petal=
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if your evening dresses are from
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SUITS
28.00 38.00
Wool gabardines - checks --.
r menswear flannels. All splendid
shades for year-round wear . .
Junior sizes 9-15, regular and
short sizes 10-20.
COATS 28.00 38.00
Longs-shorts--zip lined chin-
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broadcloths.
BLOUSES 3.98
Sot ins - velvets -- crepes. .
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SELECT HER GIFT FROM THE STORE THAT'S
FAMOUS FOR PLEASING THE MOST
DISCRIMINATING FEMININE TASTE
WE CAN'T GIFT-WRAP YOUR HEART but a Christmas gift in a Jacobson
box is the nicest way we know of to turn anyone's head in your direction.
Whether it's a precious perfume that suits her sophisticate fancy, or a wisp of a
lace trimmed blouse, you'll find the unusual in good taste to match her every mood
at whatever price you wish to pay . . . gifts that aim for the heart, gifts destined
to please.
DON'T FORGET MOTHER. She, too, will appreciate a gift selected at Jacob.
son's, favorite fashion store of Michigan women everywhere.
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