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THEMICHIGANDAILY

dents 'Cleaned'
By GoodfellowsJ
(Continued from Page 1)

Come here, Litz. (repetition for
emp" asis),
L) zenberg: What do you want,
Joe?
IBursley: Gonna make you a
Goodfellow, Litz.
Lizenberg: Already gave 25
cents, Joe.
Bursley: This is the second
edition, Litz.
Li tzenberg: (visibly weaken-
ing). Got change for 50 cents,
Joe?
Biursley: Sure, Litz. (Seizing
the proferred coin with a deft
movement of the wrists).
Lit7enberg: (Nonplussed and
(shifting weight from one foot to
the other) Ahem.
Bursley: What are you wait-
ing for, Litz?
Litzenberg: Change, Joe.
Bursley: There isn't any, Litz.
Litzenberg: Ha! Ha! You're
very funny, Mr. Bursley.
Plaintiff Litzenberg does not admit
adding sotto voce "like h-Il you are,"
as he stalked away from the sel-f-con-
fessed Goodfellow.
New Crises Loom
In Troubled Europe
(Continued from Page 1)
alleged anti-Italian activity in the
French colony.
Gayda, writing in his Il Giornale
D'Italia, charged Djibouti not only
was a base for French opposition to
Italy's colonial expansion but a para-
site feeding on "the blood of Italian
shipping and labor."
Since the Fascist'anti-French agi-
tation began Nov. 30, the editor has
aired grievances against France in1
Tunisia and a desire for lower tolls1
and a share in control of the SuezE
Canal.
The editor, who is close to Foreign
Minister Count Galeazzo Ciano,
charged that Djibouti "always hasl
been an active center of France's war,
silent but continuous, against Italian
interests."'
Grad Coffee Hour Today
The Graduate Council will hold the
first of a series, of tea dances from
4 p.m. to- 6 p.m. today in the confer-
ence coorns and assembly hall of the
Grad ,ate School.-A

Forsythe Cites
Illness Danger
During Recess
Some of the students who are go-
.g home to spend the Christmas
olidays will not return, Dr. Warren
. Forsythe, director of the Health
ervice, predicted yesterday. Each
ear at this time, some students pay
~tle attention to their safety and
eath and serious illnesses result, he
iid.
Dr. Forsythe warned that chills
ay lead to severe colds and pneu-
onia. The quick change in temper-
ure experienced in coming from a
amparatively warm dance floor out
to the cold air, he stated, is one of
te chief causes of chills; but he add-
I that improper dress for hunting
nd skating can also lead to ill
fects.
Citing thIe numerous deaths and
juaes caused every holiday season
Sautomobile accidents, Dr. Forsythe
ndemned driving for long distances,
eeding, and all-night driving. He
ged students to be careful on slip-
ry roads, and not to overload their
trs.
Students were further asked to get
fficient rest and to avoid fatigue.
ecause it causes internal harm and
sults in a lack of judgment and self
ntrol, Dr. Forsythe condemned
inking.

Yost And Brennan Were Goodfellows, Too
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served. Everybody interested is in-
vited to attend. All participants are
requested to bring a1small 10-cent
gift.
German Journal Club: Will meet
Thursday, Dec. 15 at 4 p.m. in Room
304 Michigan Union. Professor J.
W. Eaton will read a paper on "Au-
thority versus the Individual."
Phi Sigma meeting Wednesday,
r Dec.. 14, at 8 p.m. in the Graduate
Outing Club Room in the Rackham
Building. '
Prof. J. H. Muyskens will speak on
"The Correction of Difficulties in
Speech."
Refreshments.
Research Club will meet Wednes-
day, Dec. 14, at 8 p.m., in the Amphi-
theatre of the Rackham Building.
Program: Professor A. F. Shull will
speak on "Aphid Wings a Key to
the Mechanism of Developmental
Control"; Professor D. L. Dumond.
willspeak on "American Negro Slav-
ery."The Council will meet at 7:15
p.m. in the Assembly Hall.
Chemistry Colloquium will meet
Wednesday, Dec. 14 at 4 p.m. in Room
300 Chemistry Building. Dr. J. W.
Cole will speak on "The Principle of
Vinylogy."
A.S.C.E.: On Wednesday evening,
Dec. 14, there will be a banquet in
honor of President Henry E. Riggs
at the Michigan Union at 6:30 p.m.
Students wishing to attend may make
reservations by calling Leighton Rol-
lins, 2-2933.
Graduate Luncheon Wednesday,
Dec. 14, at 12 noon, Russian Tea

Room, Michigan League. Cafeteria
style. There will be an informal dis-,
cussion of current events. All grad-
uate students invited.
Economics Club: The December
meeting is scheduled for Thursday,
Dec. 15, at 7:45 p.m. in the ampi-
theatre of the Rackham Building.
The speakers and subjects are: Prof.
. C. Carver. "Acquisition Averages,"
and Prof. 0. W. Blackett, "Resonance
actors in theWStock Market."
Scandinavian Club will hold its
Christmas Party Wednesday Dec. 14,
8 p.m. in Lane Hall (downstairs) for
all students of Scandinavian descent.
There will be unusual group games
and group songs from different coun-
tries. Odin Anderson and Mary
Domokos will sing native Christmas
songs of Norway and Hungary re-
spectively.
Arne Ericksen in charge of the eve-
ning's program asks that each one
bring a 10 cent gift.
Refreshments will be served.

"The Story of The Other Wise Man"
will be given on Wednesday evening,
Dec. 14. at 7:30 sharp in Roorn 205
I Mason Hall, by Professor Hollister,
This will last about an hour. and is
open to all those interested.
To All Students from Rochester,
N.Y.: The Michigan Alumni Club is
planning a Luncheon meeting next
Saturday to honor the basketball
team. It will be held in the Hotel
Rochester at 12:30. All students are
invited to attend.
The Garden Section of the Faculty
Womei's Club will meet on Wednes-
day, Dec. 14, at 3 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. Robert Gesell. 3 Ridgeway
Drive.
Lutheran Student Association: The
Lutheran Student Association carol-
ling party will be held Wednesday
evening at 8 p.m. Students will meet
ate Trinity Lutheran Church, E. Wil-

i&m at k. Fif tAve. Refreshments
will be served at the same church
A reading of Henry van Dyke's after the carolling.
SEND YOUR VACATION BAGGAGE
PAUlWAAY ,-0

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
Frank Morton, Edward King, Dave
Sutherland, Charles Brown.
Juniors: Gordon Arnold, Fireball
Alexander, Ted Zurhorst, John Cal-
louette, Donald Diem, Art Brandt,
ERerbert Bloomberg, Nat Siegel, Ben
Jones, Hufgh Estes.
Seniors: John Fechnay, William
Ritcheske, John Parker, Bill Walters,
Bob Hartwell.
Hillel Photography Club: There
will be a meeting at the Foundation
at 7:30 p.m. today. All members are

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-Daily Photo by Sheeline
Director of Athletics Fielding H. Yost and varsity football player
Jack Brennan, '39, helped put the 1938 Goodfellow Drive over the top
yesterday. Like countless others Mr. Yost contributed his time, and
Brennan contributed money to provide cheer for destitute families. This
year's Goodfellow drive, staged annually by The Michigan Daily, was
one of the most fruitful in history.

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requested to attend the dedication of
the darkroom.
Coming Events
Association Fireside: Dr. Reuben
Kahn will discuss "The Social Sig-
nificance of Blood Tests" at the As-
sociation Fireside, Lane Hall, Wed-
nesday, 8 p.m.
The Political Science Roundtable
will meet Wednesday evening, Dec.
14, at 7:30 p.m., in the East Confer-
ence Room of the Rackham Building.
Deutscher Verein: The Verein will
hold its Christmas party on Wednes-
day, Dec. 14 at 8 p.m. in the Michi-
:an League. There will be Christ-
mas songs and dramatic readings on
,he program. Refreshments will be
French Club Celebrates
The Cercle Francais will hold a
Christmas party at 8 p.m. tomorrow
in the Michigan League. The eve-
ning's program will consist of Christ-
mas songs and stories, a. play and re-
freshments.

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WANTED-Girl, evenings and Sun-
days to stay with children and
help with work. Phone 904. 262
SITUATION WANTED --Excellent
cook, now employed on campus, de-
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That's the way to vacation in style
-with nothing to do but go. Just
lock up your trunk and bags and -
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One easy move. You see your baggage go, and can take your train with
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EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS

H. W. CLARK
English Boot and Shoe Maker
Our new repair department, the
best in the city. Prices are right.
438 South State and Factory on
South Forest Avenue.
Travel
Blue Goose
Lines
Save your savings for other
things. Sample fares from
Ann Arbor:

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Stevenson News
The Inside of Sports
To be announced
Helen Meneken
Big Town with Edw. (=. Robinson
Al Jolson Show with Martha Raye
We. the People
Benny Goodman's Orchestra
Dr. Christian ,
The Beach Comber
News
Glen Miller's Orchestra
Lani Maclntire's Orchestra
Henry King's Orchestra
P. M.
Tyson"s Sports
Bradcast
Amos 'n' Andy
We Old Timers
Johnny Presents
For Men Only
Battle of the Sexes
Fibber McGee
Bob Hope
NBC Feature
Newscast
Hotel Statler Orchestra
Webster Hall Orchestra
NBC Dance Music
Weather: Scores

FOR SALE-"M" Blankets, pillows,
pennants, etc' direct from manu-
facturerL name embroidered free-
ideal for Xmas gifts. Save money
by phoning 6785 evenings. 711 Pack-
ardi. 228
LOST and FOUND
LOST-Silver bracelet on diagonal
call 5700 at 6 p.m. Reward.
FOUND-Two dollars lost by a girl
purchasing Goodfellow Edition at
Law School Monday morning. Call

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The Day in Review
Say It With Music
Easy Aces
The Green Hornet
Joseph Usifer's Orchestra
Information, Please
True Stories
Eugene Conley
If I Had The Chance
Michigan Highways
Hawaiian Serenaders
Tom Gentry's Orchestra
Eddie DeLange Orchestra
Les Brown Orchestra
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P. M.
Stop and Go
The Airliners
Washington News Commentator
Don't You Believe It
Good Neighbors
Morton Gould's Orchestra
Spotlight Parade
Toronto Symphony Orchestra
Sammy Kaye's Orchestra
Canadian Club Reporter

Financial Facilities for the Faculty
The law of demand and supply has never been
repealed, and even a college professor may find it,
hard to make both ends meet. That is the time to get
a Personal loan-any amount up to $300. No co-
signers. No embarrassing credit inquiries. No
security of the kind usually required elsewhere. The
only requirement is the ability to repay in small
monthly payments.

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