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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, AUGUST 23,

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WAR STAMPS AND BONDS ON SALE HRE!
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* Sunday!}
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PRICES! Week Days 40c to 5 P.M.--Eves. and Sundays 55c All Day, Inc. Tax

Co-op Houses Patterned After
Democratic Rochdale Principle

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WVilii eoing To China
On Rooseve1s Mlission
WASHINTON, Aug. 22 -,A'-The
White House announced today that
Wendell L. Willkie, 1940 Republican
presidential candidate would visit
China as well as Russia and the
Middle-East on his forthcoming trip

as a special representative of Pres-
ident Roo sevelt.
Secretary Stephan Early told re-
porters that the President at his
press conference yesterday had fail-
ed to include China among the coun-
tries which Willkie will visit to tell
the truth about what the United
States is doing to win the war.

ICC Allows No Religious,
Racial Discrimination
In PickingPersonnel
(This is the last of a series on
cooperatives at Michigan. This article
discusses the personnel and govern-
mental organization of the co-ops:)
The eleven co-ops at Michigan pat-
tern their personnel and governmen-
I tal policies after those of the pioneers
of the cooperative movement-the
weavers of the little town of Roch-
dale, England.
Complete racial, religious and po-
litical non-discrimination and a
thorough democratic organizationI
were the principles which bound to-
gether that first coenergtive in Eng-
land. and they are the principles
adhered to by all the houses belong-
ing to the Intercooperative Council
on this campus.
Recruiting new members and al-
locating them to the various houses
is done through the ICC personnel
committee, which sets no barriers
of color, race or creed to prospective
members. Students wishing to en-
ter a co-op ai'e interviewed by this
committee in an attempt to deter-
mine whether they will make good
cooperators, and are then sent to
the individual houses on the basis
of both the distribution of vacan-
cies among the houses and also the
financial needs of the students (the
room and board rates in the differ-

ent houses vary from $2.75 to $6.00l
a week.>{
The intetnal management of the
houses is directed by officers elec -
ed by the members. In most hous's
there are a hou se president, a houie
manager, a treasurer. an accountant,
a secretary, purchasmn agents and
delegates to the Intercooperative
Council,
House meetings are held eacha
week at which all problems are thor-
oughly thrashed out and finally de-
cided by majority vote. Issues which
are to be decided at the next ICC
meeting are also discussed, and in
many cases house sentiment is de-
termined by a vote in order to equip
the house's ICC delegatcs with their
fellow house-members' opinion.
Prof. Price Will Play
All-Request Program
Prof. Percival Price, University
carilloneur, will present an all-re-
quest prcgram for his final concert
in the current Summer Session ser-
ies at 7:15 p. m. today.E
For his concluding evening reci-
tal, Prof. Price has cancelled the pro-
gram previously planned and will
play instead Polish, French and Rus-
sian airs.
A composition by Bach, one by
Hugh Glauser and a composition
of his own are included in the pro-
gram.

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MOVIE PREVIEWS

At The State ...
Walter Wanger's new Universal
production 'Eagle Squadron,' the first
screen story of American fighter pi-
lots in the Royal Air Force, starring
Robert Stack, Diana Barrymore, Jon
Hall, and Eddie Albert, opens at the
State today.
This is the story of the handful of
intrepid young Americans who pre-
ceded heir country's entrance into
World War II by joining the Royal
Air Force as fighter pilots.
Robert Stack plays opposite Di-
ana Barrymore in 'Eagle Squadron.'
Miss Barrymore makes her initial
screen appearance in the RAF film.
Other members of the cast are Jon
Hall, Eddie Albert, Nigel Bruce, Ev-
elyp Ankers and Lief Erickson.
'Eagle Squadron' brings to the
screen for the first time scenes show-
ing the widespread activities of Bri-
tish women in wartime, which in-
clude flying transport planes, oper-
and firing anti-aircraft guns.
At T he Michigan...
Columbia's new romantic comedy
'They All Kissed the Bride,' starring
Joan Crawford and Melvin Douglas,
will open at the Michigan today.
Joan Crawford stars as a young
million-dollar heiress and a career
woman, who discovers that making
love is more fun than making money.
Douglas appears as a young man who
believes that there's never anything
wrong with a woman that a man's
lips can't cure, and sets out to prove
his thesis.
Also playing in the romantic com-
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edy is Allen Jenkins, a jitter-bug
truck driver, who stages a fast num-
ber with Miss Crawford. Comedian
Roland Young too fills one of the
important comedy roles in 'They All
Kissed the Bride.' The strong sup-
porting cast also includes Billie Burke
and Helen Parrish, Andrew Tombes,
Roger Clark, Gordon Jones, Nydia
Westman and Mary Treen.

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Produced by
WALTE R WANGER
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And the Flying Heroes of the
EAGLE SQUADRtON
Foreword by Quentin Reynolds
fapious War Corr,espondent

-Coming Sunday, Aug. 30th-
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VOL. 1, Ne 9

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SERVICE EDITION

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
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AUGUST 23, 1942

Sixty civilian Army Sig-
nal Corps employes from
Wright Field, Dayton, 0.,
will be here this fall for
training in aircraft radio
work . . Prof. Glenn L.
Alt, city council president,
this week authorized the
establishment of a com-
mittee to study Ann Ar-
bor's wartime housing
problem . . . Col. Henry W.
Miller, of the engine school,
said in a magazine article
this week that the artillery
cf the future will consist of
any weapons which can de-
Stroy tanks and airplanes
because an army must ei-
ther destroy these offensive
weapons or be destroyed by
them . . . planes and tanks
have nade heavy artillery
otsolete in modern war-
fare, he said.
Ann Arbor police offi-
cers, often put on the spot
by college pranksters, this
week were looking for
monkeys. A batch of South
Americar. monkeys, used
for U' Uospital research,
squeeze* through the wire
bars of their cages and
swung around campus
through the trees ... most
of t h e m were corralled
shortly after the "jail-
break" but some of them
are still around . . . Eddie,
+he enn n n t midnight

is what they said about the
1941 club and that team
went on to lose but one
game, and that one by only
one touchdown. Here's the
schedule: Sept. 26: Great
Lakes; Oct. 3: Michigan
State; Oct. 10: Iowa Ca-
dets; Oct. 17: Northwest-
ern; Oct. 24: At Minne-
sota; Oct. 31: Illinois; Nov.
7: Harvard; Nov. 14: At
Notre Dame; Nov. 21: At
Ohio State; Nov. 28: Iowa.
WITH U-M MEN
IN THE SERVICE
Six former students are
enrolled as aviation cadets
at Maxwell r ieici, Ala. They
are Cadets Thomas Brown-
field, Marshall; Lloyd F.
Clawson, Royal Oak; David
L. Clayter, Muskegon; Paul
H. Franklin, Pittsburgh;
James T. Grill, Owosso,
and Sidney Keischatein,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Aviation Cadet Lloyd V.
Newman, of Ann Arbor,
and formerly assistant to
the accountant in the
chemistry department, is
receiving bombardier and
navigation training at El-
lington Field, Tex.
O. M. Phillips, a former
instructor of medicine in
University Hospital, has

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Dick Wakefield, U. of M. base-
lall sensation last year, has just
been voted the most valuable
player in the Texas League.....Dick
is a right-fielder for the Beaumont
cub. he's hitting over the .350
mark..U. of M. fans remember
him asthe lad who went to the
Tigers for $50,000.

Service Men: This will
be the last edition of the
Michigan Daily Service

PRACTICE TO START
Michigan's varsity foot-
ball team will begin its

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