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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1950

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Cold Day in Korea

Grave Soviet
Threat Seen
By Truman
(Continued from Page 1)
new rate mentioned by Truman
would be between 1,500 and 2,000
a month.
The President emphasized
that beside the actual warfare
in the Far East, "Europe and
the rest of the world are also
in great danger" from Commu-
nist aggression.
He pointed out that Secretary
of State Acheson is flying to
Europe tomorrow to confer with
the governments of the 12-nation
North Atlantic Treaty and to
"complete the arrangements for,
setting up a joint army, navy and
air force to defend Europe."

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Dean of Students Erich Walter
will discuss the University's war
mobilization plans with fraternity
officers at 2 p.m. today in the
Union.
All house presidents and all
presidents of fraternity alumni
groups have been invited to the
informal meeting.
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DEAN WALTER is expected to
outline how the University's pos-
sible change to a war footing
might affect fraternities. He will
also review the effect of the Sec-
ond World War on fraternities.
Dean Walter said the Univer-
sity has been working since
September on its plans for mo-
bilization in event of war.
At a house president's meeting
last week Dean Walter offered the
fraternities safe-keeping for their1
valuables, such as documents and'
silver, if the houses are closed by
the war.
A RECENT National Interfra-
ternity Council convention in New
York City took up the problems of
fraternities in past and possible
future wars.
Interfraternity Council presi-
dent Bob Vogt, '51E, predicted
th't if--war comes mliitary and
naval students will be housed in
fraternity houses and dormitories,
as they were in the Second World
War.

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BUSINESS SERVICES

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FROZEN UNDERWEAR-A grinning U.S. soldier holds high a
pair of board-stiff flannel undies which were pretty much ren-
dered useless by this week's biting cold weather in Korea.
QUIET ASSISTANCE:
Bureau Coordinates Bus Ad
Faculty Research Activities

BUSINESS SERVICES FOR SALE
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist. 308 CANARIES, parakeets, finches, and cock-
S. State. Legal, Master, Doctors dis- atiel. Bird supplies and cages. 562 S.
sertations, etc. 2-9848 or 2-4228. )12B Seventh at West Madison. )2B

By CRAWFORD YOUNG
Inter Arts Union Quietly directing and coordi-
nating the myriad research acti-
Calls for Tryouts vities of the business administra-
tion school is the small but effi-
cient Bureau of Business Re-
Tryouts for the Inter Arts Un- search.
ion play, "The Rape of Lucrece," The Bureau, which operates
by Andre Obay, will be held at with a small full-time staff and
2 p.m. today and at 7:30 p.m. itgada timesstaffand
tomorrow in the rehearsal room eight graduate assistants, some-
of the League. times merely serves as a clearing
rAll intersted students are in- house for faculty research. If a
vited to try out, according to member of the teaching staff has
Donald Harris, '52M, publicity di- a worthy pet project he wishes to
rector. undertake, it furnishes him with
an assistant and publishes the re-
Pastor Will Speak sults of his study.
The Rev. Dr. Dwight Large, pas- SINCE IT WAS founded in
tor of the Methodist Church, will 1925, the Bureau has published 581
speak on the Palestine situation of these Michigan Business Stu-
at the Student Religious Associa- dies. The latest, which came out
tAon Saturday lunch and discus- only a short time ago, is a six-
siLo group today at Lane Hall. month survey of the British eco-
Dr. Large has worked among nomic situation by Prof. Clare E.
the Arabs in Palestine with the Griffin of the business adminis-
*jmerican Friends, tration school.
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CLOSING OUT 0
0 Fine ORIENTAL RUGS
GIVE an unforgettable Christmas gift for the home and your be-
loved ones. All rugs are marked at low prices even though market
., prices are rising. Now every one can afford to buy one or two of
these hand woven pieces which bear centuries-old designs, luster
c and charm.
THESE are choice scatters, hearth-rugs, runners, mats, genuine
French Aubusson wall-hangings. Living, dining-room and library
6rugs too.
OPEN ALL DAY AND EVENINGS 'TIL 8:00
N. L.MANGOUNI
Cleaning and repairing by native experts.
334 S. Fourth Ave. Phone 6878
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. Prof. Paul McCracken, who
specializes in business condi-
tions, is constantly engaged on
studies that throw some light
on the forces affecting the eco-
nomy. An assistant occasional-
ly helps him compile the statis-
tical data essential to him in
evaluating the impact of dif-
ferent factors on the economy.
The Bureau often undertakes
major research projects of its
own which involve the coopera-
tive efforts of several members
of the staff. At present a study
of the, exhaustion of unemploy-
ment benefits in an active labor
market is being conducted. A
study in the field of marketing is
also underway.
INDIVIDUAL business concerns
frequently make use of the Bu-
reau's research facilities. An in-
tensive annual analysis of de-
partment store sales is typical of
these. Business firms involved
sponsor the studies.
The Bureau is also instrumen-
tal in promoting conferences of
various business groups on cam-
pus. Recent retailers and account-
ants conferences are examples of
this kind of thing.
In addition,the-Bureauis res-
ponsible for compiling numerous
business case histories which
are employed in the classroom
as problems.
All these research activities are
conducted with a modest allot-
ment from the business adminis-
tration school. For the most part,
operating expenses are met with
the proceeds of publications and
the payments by business firms
for research services rendered.
7 Shopping Days
Till Christmas

GENERAL Dwight D. Eisen-
hower, commander of all Allied
armies in the West during World
War II, is slated to become su-
preme commander of the com-
bined European forces.
He announced the appoint-
ment of Charles E. Wilson,
president of General Electric, to
head a new Office of Defense
Mobilization with full authority
over "all the mobilization acti-
vities of the government.
These will include production,
procurement, manpower, trans-
portation, and economic stabili-
zation, the President said.
Members of Congress generally
applauded President Truman's
move toward declaration of a na-
tional emergency and tre imposi-
tion of partial price-wage controls.
But some of them said they
don't think the President is ap-
proaching all-out mobilization
fast enough. Others called for
across-the-boards price-wage ceil-
ings.
IFC To Hold
Holiday Party
For Children*
Santa Claus replaced the bias
clause in fraternity men's minds
this week as they got ready for the
Interfraternity Council's annual
Christmas party for Ann Arbor
youngsters.
Mountains of boxes and a
strong, sweet smell filled the IFC
cifice in the Union as affiliates
packed bags of candy for the
4,000 grade-school children who
will jam Hill Auditorium from 3:30
to 5 p.m. Monday.
JACK SMART, '52 BAd., and
his committee completed arrange-
ments with entertainers, mer-
chants who shared expenses, a
theatre which contributed a car-
toon, and the plant department.
The plant department, using
the experience of past years,
assigned 12 of its most trusted
men to protect Hill Auditorium
from the r4vages which can be
committed in 6,000 kid-hours.
Santa Claus has agreed to be on
hand to help control the mop-
pets. The jolly fat man will also
distribute the candy, listen to kid-
dies' Christmas wishes and em-
cee the entertainment.

TYPING - Accurate work, reasonable
rates. Will call for and deliver. Call
Marie Schuler 6341. )32B
KIDDIE KARE
Reliable sitters available. Ph. 3-1121.
)10B
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GOOD RENTAL TYPEWRITERS now
available at Office Equipment Ser-
vice Company, 215 E. Liberty. Guar-
anteed repair service on all makes of
typewriters. )6B

TYPING - Accurate wart, reasona'ble i
rates. Phone 3-4040. )3B
WASHING - Finished work and hand
ironing if preferred. Also rough dry
and wet washing. Free pick-up and
delivery. Ph. 2-9020. )1B
TYPEWRITERS AND FOUNTAIN PENS
Sales, Rentals, and Service
Morrill's - 314 S. State St. )4B
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Navy officers blue suit and
heavy overcoat. Size 40 average, prac-
tically new. Call 2-7893 Sunday and
evenings. )134
9-DRAWER knee-hole desk and chair.
Pd.$45. Will sell for $22. Phone
2-4591 room 304
MEN'S RALEIGH sports bike, with
lights, generator, horn and other ac-
cessories. Used 4 months. Call 3-1225'
after 8:00 p.m. )1321
NOW--NOT LATER
Eventually, you'll want to buy an
Ensian. Why not buy now?
1. Ensian costs $5.00. It will be more
later.
2. The price won't affect your expens-
es as much now as it will after the
holidays.
3. There is no better way to remember
the past college year.
Those are the reasons which should
make you, as a student, buy Michi-
ganensian today!
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
Genuine horsehide A-2 Jacket $19.95;
Muton color gabardine jackets, sur-
coat style $14.95; men's rayon robes
$6.88; men's Beacon flannel robes $6.88;
gabardine pants 40% wool, 60% rayon
$7.15. Open till 6 p.m. Sam's Store,
122 E. Washington.)5
LADIES cloth coat, very dressy, lynx
fur collar, tees blue. $45. Ph. 2-9774.
1130

on State Street
Heavy Ski Sweaters-assorted
designs - $5.95 up. .)3
CHRISTMAS Gift Rates on TIME and
LIFE now available. Phone Student
Periodical Agency 2-8242 to order, )2
FOR RENT
2 ROOM furnished apartment. Share
bath. 9518 North Main, Whitmore
Lake 3951. 67R
ROOMS FOR RENT
2 ROOM FURNISHED apartment, 906
Greenwood. Call Wright 6336. Male
students preferred. )69R
% OF DOUBLE for male, one block
southeast of campus. 7330. )68R
ROOMS FOR MEN--Single and double.
Two blocks from Ad. Bldg. Call 2-8787
after 5:30. )63R
TOURIST HOME for Overnight Guests
Bath, shower, reasonable rates, 518 E
Williams St. Phone 3-8454. )12R
PERSONAL
Christmas Flowers
Plants, corsages, and cut flowers for
Detroit delivery. Ph. 3-1824, 7-11 p.m.
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE )52P
VULCANS
STUDENT SPECIAL
TICKET SALE
STOPS NEXT TUESDAY.
HURRY UP. )46P
CLUB 211
Available for parties, dances, etc.
Ph. 2-8315. )2P

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FOR SALE
MICHIGAN NIGHT at Frank Dailey's
Meadowbrook. Ralph Flanagan and
his orchestra. Call Ed Gibbon 2-3046
for reservations and information. )40P
WESTERNERS
Travel the Wolverine Club Rose Bowl
Special back to school Jan. 5 from
L. A., Salt Lake City, Omaha, and
intermediate points. Further infor-
mation and tickets at Adm. Bldg.,
8-4:30 daily. )39P
COMING HOLIDAY PARTIES
it, costs so little to learn to have fun at
RAY HATCH DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State Ph. 5083 )4P
WILL GIVE piano lessons. School of
Music senior. Phone 2-8242. )2
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Tuesday night, Dec. 12 in main
library, gold class ring with initials
"J.J.L." inside band. Call 114 Tyler,
E.Q. )13L
TRANSPORTATION
NEED RIDE to N.Y. Dec. 27. Return
Jan. 2. Phone 7211, Morris.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-One rider, round
trip, Xmas vacation. Car uncrowded.
Call Dexter 5501.
RIDERS - Seattle, Portland. Married
couple driving 1950 Lincoln. Plan
arrive Dec. 24. Call 5632 before 3 p.m.
) 61T
WANTED-Riders to L.A. leaving Dec.
22nd for cities on the Southern route.
Ph. 2-2283, 7-9. )60T
CLEARWATER, FLA.-Round trip for 2
leave Dec. 22, return Jan. 1. Help
drive and share expense. Phone 7567
Cheney. ) 59T
GOING TO ATLANTA, Georgia Dec. 22.
Can take two riders. Call Dean 3-1850,
Ann Arbor, evenings. )57T
2 RIDERS-Seattle or Portland, leaving
Dec. 22. E. Kinken, 9443. )53T
LEAVING Dec. 21 in 1950 Studebaker
for San Francisco via 66. Share ex-
pense and driving. 3-1183. )54T
FLY NORTH AMERICAN to the coast
or Miami. Less than air coach fare.
Phone after 5:30, 2-8265, 25-9083. )55T
WOLVERINE CLUB
ROSE BOWL SPECIAL
Leave Dec. 28, return in time for
school. Complete club car and dining
car service, leg rest coaches, low cost
pullman. many optional features.
Tickets and information a t Adm.
Bldg., 8-4:30. )38T
WANTED TO RENT
STUDENT COUPLE want room with
kitchen privileges to be occupied
Feb. 1. Call Stan 0284. )14W

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HOPPING

LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
122 5. Liberty Phone 8161

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DAYS
UNTIL
XMAS

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# dl'(JV 'I; i ./ G FOR : KIM"

FOR HER
CHRISTMAS CARDS with Michigan
seal, wrappings, playing cards.
Morrill's, 314 S. State St.
- COUSINS -
ON STATE STREET
PLASTIC ZIPPER SWEATER CASES.
HOLDS SIX SWEATERS. ONLY $1.49
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FOR HIM
RONSON LIGHTERS
Over 50 different styles. Hallers Jewel-
ers, 717 N. University Ave, near Hill
Auditorium.
FOR HIS CHRISTMAS-Esquire loung-
ing socks. Foam sole, all wool argyle
tops. Washable, $3.50. Rabideau-Har-
ris, 119 S. Main St.

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H ELP WANTED
PHOTOGRAPHER wanted to take J-Hop
pictures. Call Carol Eagle, 2-2569. )49H

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CAMPUS OPTICIANS I___
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NOW- -

44c TILL 5 P.M.

L22 Nickels A rcade
Phone 2-91 161
Dinner Dates om
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The elevator was crowded, and
in a hurry to get down to
Alnel for dinner!"

NOW SHOWING

FEATURE AT
1:10 - 3:10 - 5:15 - 7:25 - 9:30

STARTS
SUNDAY

BOOKS

0411
THFATRE_

LATE SHOW TONIGHT -
Come as late as 11 P.M.
and see complete show.

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RARE, FIRST EDITIONS,
SCHOLARLY;
ANTIQUES, PRINTS,
PAINTINGS.
These make unique gifts,
reasonable priced.
Open daily, evenings and
Sunday from 1 P.M.
Th e 9oo9e
Route 112, opposite post office
Ph. 2-07F3--Clinton, Mich.
49p;; P.CI 551

MICHIGAN SOUVENIRS
SHEAFFER FINELINE PENCILS with a Michigan seal...... $1.50
ASH TRAYS with Michigan seal..................19c and up
BOOK ENDS....... ............ .....,...$2.75
SCRAP BOOKS......................$2.00
STUFFED ANIMALS................'....,....$1.25 and up
PENNANTS and PILLOWS........................all prices
ULRICH'S BOOK STORE

0. Your Christmas will be 1
T0
Merrer
If you launder your
clothes at the
'Launciromal
150 East Williams Phone 5540
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An Intimate Theatre
Bringing Cinema Triumphs
From All Nations

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TODAY and SUNDAY - All Seats 50c

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A J. ARTHUR RANK PRODUCTION
An epic Tale of Violence on the Isle of Skye
with

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PATRICIA ROC

WILL FYFFE

FINLAY CURRIE

"THE BROTHERS" is a film which combines a love story with violence
brutality. Outstanding in an excellent cast is Finlay Currie, the- fierce

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