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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4;1956

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SENATOR, PROFESSOR, ALDERMAN:
Douglas Career One of Service

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By ALLAN STILLWAGON
The career of Sen. Paul H.
Douglas represents an unusual
combination of scholarship and
public service.
He has served as a senator, a
professor of economics and indus-
trial relations at the University of
Chicago, a Chicago alderman, and
as a Lieutenant Colonel of the
First Marine Division in World
War II.
Born in Salem, Mass. in 1892,
Sen. Douglas grew up in the woods
around Moosehead Lake, Maine,
and worked his way through col-
lege as a lumber-Jack, bell-boy,
express-agent and. door-to-door
salesman.
He received his B. A. at Bowdoin
College in 1913, where he was a
ORPHEUM
Coming Friday

member of Phi Beta Kappa, and
studied further at Harvard and
Columbia Universities, where he
received his masters and doctorate
degrees.
Sen. Douglas taught at the Uni-
versity of Illinois and the Univer-
sity of Washington before becom-
ing associated with the University
of Chicago, where he received his
professorship in 1925.

From 1925 to 1942 he served as
chairman of the Board of Arbitra-
tors of disputes in the newspaper
industry.
Industrial Relations Advisor
He also served as an industrial
relations advisor and was the
author of numerous books and ar-
ticles on the subject of contem-
porary economics.
In 1939, Sen. Douglas entered

Football Saturdays Involve
Special Police, Road Crews

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TWHAT REALLY
HAPPENED TO
HITLER w EVA!
The sensational TRUE story of the
mad dictator's last flaming days!
His marriage to his long-time par-
amour! His betrayal of loyal com.

Plans to control traffic around
the Michigan Stadium get an early
start on-football Saturdays.
A four-man crew from the
Washtenaw County Road Commis-
sion starts out at 7:30 a.m. to
post special signs directing traffic
to the stadium at key control
points along US-23 to the north,
on North Territorial Road and the
Dexter-Pinckney Road, along US-
12 in the vicinity of Chelsea, on
the Geddes Road east of Ann Ar-
bor and on US-112 in Saline.
The signs go up early and come
down at game time.
The work of the road commis-
sion crew is the initial action of a
carefully coordinated program
which also involves the Michigan

State Highway Department, the
Ann Arbor city enginer's office,
and the combined forces of the
State Police, the Ann Arbor police
and the Washtenaw County sher-
iff's department.
This Saturday, with a capacity
crowd scheduled to jam the Sta-
dium, the State Police are adding
an airplane to help direct the traf-
fic coming down from East Lan-
sing.
The plane will keep in contact
with patrol carsand directions to
divert cars to alternate routes will
be given if a traffic jam. develops.'
Seventy State Police, 65 Ann
Arbor police and about 30 sheriff's
deputies will be at key points di-
recting traffic.

the field of elective politics by
winning the post of Chicago alder-
man. He served in this capacity
until 1942, when he enlisted in the
Marine corps as a private at the
age of 50.
Sen. Douglas was assigned over-
seas duty from May, 1943 to June,
1945. During that time he was
wounded in the battles of Okinawa
and Pilileu and received a Bronze
Star for "heroic achievement in
action."
"No. 1 Senator"
The Democratic senator was
first elected to his present post
in 1948. In 1949, Time Magazine
rated him as one of the "10 best"
senators.
A year later he was named
"No. 1 Senator" in a pool of Wash-
ington newsmen conducted by
Pageant Magazine.
Sen. Douglas has served on the
following committees: Banking
and Currency, Labor and Public
Welfare, and Joint Committee on
the Economic Report, of which
he is now the chairman.
Fought Following Items
During his first seven years in
the Senate, he fought:
The Tidelands oil bill, when he
advocated channeling the income
from natural resources into aid for
education.
The natural gas act amendment,
which Douglas claimed would cost
21 million famliies 600 million a
year, and against which he de-
livered a four-day speech.
The 1954 Atomic-energy bill,
Several appointments to the Na-
tional Labor Relations Board, and
the Railroad Retirement Board,
claiming that the boards would
be "packed,"
And the McCarran ImmigrationI
Act.
He has advocated stronger anti-
trust laws, several attempts at
Federal Aid to education, expan-
sion of the Social Security pro-
gram and Rural Electrificataion.
Sen. Douglas opposed the Brick-
er amendment and advocated lib-
eralization of trade policies.
IWUERTH
STARTING FRIDAY
A FABULOUS GUY?

HELP WANTED
HOUSE PARENT, male, 23 years or over
part time. Board. Room, salary de-
pends on hours available. Work about
25 hours per week. Excellent experi-
ence for social work psychology or ed-
ucation major. Location 40 minutes
from University. Children's Village,
2-6645W. 6 mile road, Detroit, KE 1-
4060. )HI
MICHIGAN UNION: Grad. student-Sat.
nights as dance ticket taker. Apply at
the manager's office. )H29
WANTED-Young lady for part or full
time work at fountain. No Sunday
work. Apply in person. Swift's Drug
Store, 340 S. State, )H27
MALE GRADUATE STUDENT over 23
years old to work with adolescent &
adult psychiatric patients in group
activities. 20-40 hours per week. Apply
Personnel, University Hospital. )H28
CHANGED YOUR MIND about courses
or housing for this year? Is there a
senior female student, graduate or
undergraduate, who would like to
SAVE $1,000 by June? Establish resi-
dence? Buy a car? Write Bennett,
2490 Pinecrest, Ann Arbor. Give phone
number and time to call. )H26

BUSINESS SERVICES
BABY SITTING
FOR GAMES
Will care for children in our home
during game time for 50c per hour
per child. S.W. area, call NO 2-
9773, S.E. area call NO 3-0436. )J14
NEW
ATLAS TIRES
760 X 15, $19.95; 670 X 15, $15.95;
710 X 15, $17.95
H ic key's
Service Station
Cor. N. Main and Catherine. NO 8-7717
RE-WEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop, 224 Nickels Arcade.
)J2
WASHINGS - Also Ironing privately.
Specializing in cotton dresses. Free
pick up and delivery. Phone NO 2-9020.
Fourth & Washington NO 8-6019 J15
CONTACT LENS
Drop in for a free demonstration any
time. Write or phone for a free book-
let "Questions and Answers About
Contact Lens."
BETTER VISION
CENTER
Your occulist prescriptions filled

TAPPAN INTERNATIONAL house offers
board for women students, 2 meals, 6
days a week for $11. Call NO 8-9603
or apply 724 Tappan. )E3
BOARDERS WANTED - Home cooked
food and reasonable rates. Call NO 2-
9431. Ask for the steward. )E1
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Girl's Raleigh bicycle-1
year old. $55. NO 5-3174. )B53
WOMEN'S ENGLISH BIKE. Like new.
Many extras. $35. Call NO 3-0819 after
5 P.M. )B54
MICROSCOPE suitable for student use
$75. Ted Parkhurst, NO 3-4238. )B49
FOR SALE-Siamese kittens, house bro-
ken, pure bred. NO 3-2848. )B50
FOR SALE- GOLF CLUBS
Set of 8 Spaulding Irons, used twice.
1 Bobby Jones autographed Spauld-
ing driver. Large par bag. Like new.
Call at 2074 S. Main after 6. )B51
HORSES FOR SALE: Reasonable. Gen-
tle stallion and high spirited mare.
Can be kept in garage or backyard.
Call NO 3-1511, Extension 738 during
work week.
KARLSON ENCLOSURE for 12 or 15
inch speaker assembled, unfinished,
$40. The same with University 6201
coaxial speaker installed, $75. Call NO
2-7306 around 6 P.M. )B45
FOR SALE-Paasche Model, Roman V
airbrush. Never used. $15. The Paint
Pot. 707 Packard. NO 2-0533: )B40
ARMY-NAVY type oxfords--$7.25; sox,
39c; shorts, 69c; military supplies.
Sam's Store, 122 East Washington.
)B12
BUSINESS SERVICES
FINE PHOTOGRAPHY
since 1890
Rentschler Studio
319 E. Huron
Ann Arbor's only Master Photographer
)J10
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
2007 South State NO 2-3350
Bumping and Painting
)J8
EXPERIENCED Operators in Beauty
work of all kinds. Ritz Beauty Salon,
605 E. William, NO. 8-7066. )J3

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PART-TIME service attendant
nights and Sundays. Experience
ferred. Apply 101 Beake Street.)

ROOM AND BOARD

USED CARS
" Prompt, efficient
service
" Safe buy used cars sold
with a written life-time
guarantee.
" Always a good deal on a
a new Lincoln or
Mercury
FITZGERAL D Inc.
3345 Washtenaw Ave.
Ph. NO 2-4197

for
pre-
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DOUBLE E STUDENTS ATTENTION
Openings for broadcast transmitter
engineers, full or part-time, license
unnecessary. NO 2-6494. )H23
10 HOURS WEEKLY-$100 PER MONTH
10 hours of intelligent, imaginative
work-on a commission basis. Will
talk only with male University stu-
dents sincerely interested in a career
as a professional Life Underwriter.
Michigan residents only. Phone Mr.
George Lemble at NO 3-4151, 7 to 8
a.m. )H21
WANTED-Cab drivers, full or part-
time. Apply 113 S. Ashley. Ann Arbor
Yellow and Checker Cab Company.
Phone NO 8-9382. )H20
SECRETARY STENOGRAPHER, perma-
nent, opportunity for initiative, Sales
department, customer correspondence.
5 day week, 6 paid holidays, vacation,
pleasant surroundings, established
company. See immediately Mr. Haw-
kins, Advertisers Publishing Co., 944
Wall St. )H22
REGISTERED NURSES for private duty
full or part time. Community Nurs-
ing Bureau, 401 Thompson. Phone
NO 8-6515 and NO 3-4859. )H6
ROOMS FOR RENT
MALE STUDENTS-Want a light, com-
fortable room with pleasant surround-
ings? Call NO 8-7683, 1412 Cambridge.
)D8
LARGE SINGLE ROOM-male graduate
student preferred. 508 Elm, Phone NO
3-8680. )D7
REAL ESTATE
THE BUTTS & SWISHER CO.
REALTORS
FOR ANN ARBOR WOODS
(Washtenaw at Stadium)
Models Open Daily 10-8
Office 214 E. Washington NO 3-0800
)R1
THREE BEDROOM Colonial, excellent
condition, basementrecreation area,
1;z baths, double garage, large corner
lot, near schools. Michigan Daily, Box
17-A. )R2
MISCELLANEOUS
FOX MOTEL
(Formerly Boyd's)

706 Wolverine Bldg.
Fourth & Washington NO 8-6019
NOVELTY RUGS
by Needletuft

Variety of colors and patterns
to choose from
10.95 each
Ideal for gifts and collegiate rooms.
See complete display in window at
SMITH'S FLOOR COVERING
207 E. Washington NO 2-9418
Open Monday evenings until 8:30
)J12
TROPICAL FISH-Plants and aquarium
supplies, exotic birds, pet supplies,
and baby alligators.
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 E. Liberty NO 4-0224
)Jll

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BUSINESS SERVICES BUSINESS SERVICES
I AUTO SERVICE

at it's BEST

. . . because

1. We are close to the campus.
2. We are open evenings and Saturday afternoons.
3. We service all makes of cars.
4. We have a new building and the latest equipment.
We can work on your car while you are at school, at
the show, or busy elsewhere.
HERB ESTES
Ford Dealer Service Center
505 East Huron NO 2-3261
)J9

1951 FORD (Custom) radio, heater,
overdrive. Excellent condition. Must
sell immediately. Call Gupta NO 3-
1511, Ext. 2107 days; or NO 8-807
evenings. )N23
'37 Chevrolet two door Sedan, color
light blue-new clutch, new battery
-heater-seat covers-5 good tires-
runsperfect-$75. Stimson, 400 .
Liberty, NO 2-3740. )N23
1946 PACKARD-radio, heater, good con-
dition, cheap. Call Kreh Connert, NO
2-5950 or NO 3-8508. )N22
1948 CADILLAC. excellent condition,
$285 or best offer. Call Ypsilanti
1049 XJ after 5:30 P.M. )N13
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Man's watch, yellow gold Hamil-
ton without band and crystal. Vicin-
ity of S. State. Reward. Call NO 3-1089.
)A8
WILL THE PERSON who found a pair
of black, thick-rimmed glasses in the
new ground floor men's rest room of
the Union, please turn them in to the
Union Lost and Found. Thank you
very much. )A9
WILL PERSON who found my size 24
alligator raincoat at P. Bell .return
in exchange for yours. 434 Williams
House, NO 2-4401. )A6
FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Double rooms opposite
East Quad. Parking space off street
back of house. NO 3-1976. )C11
UNFURNISHED except for stoe and
refrigerator. Clean 5 room and bath
apt. 2 family near campus for quiet
couple-no children or pets; garage.
Phone NO 3-5929. )C5
MODERN APARTMENTS for one t four
persons. One block from campus. 514
Forest. Call NO 2-1443 or NO 2-7720.
)D-1
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED-2 tickets for M.S.U. game.
Phone NO 3-4843. )K2
CARS FOR RENT
AVIS RENT-A-CAR or VAN for local or
long distance use. Reasonable. Daily,
weekly or hourly rates. Nye Motor
Sales Inc., 514 E. Washington St.
NO 6-4156. )Sl
PERSONAL
DID YOU BUY the Duffy Daugherty
edition of Time at 20c? Or have you
subscribed at 6c a copy through Stu-
dent Periodical, NO 2-3061? )F1s
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.
Double-breasted tuxedos converted to
single breasted, $18 or new silk shawl
collar, $25, Overcoats $18. Write to
Michaels Tailoring Co., 1425 Broad-
way, Detroit, Michigan, for free de-
tails or phone WOdward 3-5776. )F1
DIAL NO 2-3136
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TODAY and FRIDAY
7:00 and 9:00
"THE BELLES
OF ST. THINIANS"
ALASTARR SIM
JOYCE GRENFELL
Saturday 7:00 and 9:00
Sunday 8:00 only
ALEC GUINESS in
"THE DETECTIVE"

SAILING CLUB
MEETING
COME ONE, COME ALL !
Shore School -Rides to Lake
Don't Waste This
WONDERFUL FALL WEATHER
Time--7:30 P.M.
Date - Thursday, October 4.
Place: 311 West Engineering (over the arch)

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OPENING OCT. 19

Ann Arbor's Professional Arena Theatre

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ne play to be
announced.
Box officeiv'ven

CAPTAIN CARVALLO
a modern comedy by Denis Cannan
MEDEA
TOPAZE
Marcel Pagnol
THE IMPORTANC
OF BEING EARNES
Oscar Wilde
INHERITORS
Susan Glaspell

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