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Apparently seeking to consolidate gains in Norway's eastern valley,
the German army in Norway was reported to be fortifying the area
around Roros (1) while other troops were engaging Allied forces in
in the first phases of a battle for control of the railroad linking Dombas
(3) and Storen (2). A Norwegian communique said the Germans had
been halted at Etnedal (5) and Alvdal (6).
North Entrance, YostV iel iluse :t,
5:00 p.m. today.
The Senior Ball Committee will
meet tonight, 7:30, Room 323 of the
Hillel Players will meet at the Hill-
el Foundation tonight at 7:30. Ap-
pointments fornext year will be an-
nounced and tryouts will be held for
a satirical sketch to be presented at
the Installation Banquet on May 19.
Sigma Eta Chi will not have its
scheduled meeting tonight.
Michigan Dames: Mrs. Roy W.
Cowden, 1016 Olivia, will entertain
all Michigan Dames who play bridge
tonight at 8:00. Make reservations
with Mrs. R. E. Frasier, 4864.
I =t' wiiibe r_ r , 1 iMr A
fi .1 W 111r l c eiLi I
L}1( 11 t 'iJll 1 tbt i u ; ft' u o f:-
the Faculty Wometi .I Club to be held
at 3 o'clock today at the Michigan
League. Members of the Faculty
Women's Club and the Michigan
Dames will be guests.
The Student Social Work Club of
the Institute of Public and Social
Administration, 40 East Ferry Street,
Detroit, Michigan, has called a meet-
ing for Friday, May 3, at 7:00 p.m.
to be held in Room A at the Insti-
The purpose of this meeting is to
give the students a better under-
standing of the plans and programs
of the National Conference of Social
Work to be held at Grand Rapids,
Michigan, May 26-June 1. Members
of the faculty will present briefly
various phases of the Conference pro-
gram. Any questions pertaining to
the Conference may be raised for
discussion at this meeting,
Th Cerce Fi'ncis wil presen
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xi ::i lct I ;i0.i --i2 ie~ i toi
Michigan Anti- War Cumiilttee
meeting for the election of officers,
Saturday, May 4, at 2:15 p.m. in the
Michigan Union. All members are
urged to attend.
Notice to All Student and Faculty
embers of the Michigan Wolverine
Stuident Cooperative, Inc. Annual
Meeting on Monday, May 6, at 7:00
p.m. in the dining room to elect
directors. The faculty members will
elect one of their number to the
board and the student members will
elect five. Identification cards will
be necessary in order to obtain bal-
Outdoor Sports Club-Women Stu-
dents: Bicycling party on Saturday,
May 4, at 2:00 p.m. Meet at the
Women's Athletic Building. Bicycles
will be rented.
Canoe party on Sunday, May 5.
Meet at the Women's Athletic Build-
ing and canoes will be rented. Those
ica eucation wixnngtsto t
equivaienT. Sign up at the Women's
Athetic Buliling by 6:'00 saturday
All women on cai pus are invited to
participate in these events.
Rifle Club: Members and those
wishing to participate next year will
meet at the Women's Athletic Build-
ing at 11:45 am.Saturday, May 4,
for the club picnic. Small fee. Call
Virginia Paterson, telephone 2-3279,
Stalker Hall: Hike and Weiner
Roast at the Island, Fridays May 3.
We will leave Stalker Hall at 9 p.m.
For reservation call 6881 before Fri-
day noon. Small charge. All Meth-
odist students and their friends are
Congregational Fellowship outdoor
meeting at Loch Alpine Sunday, May
5. Leave Pilgrim Hall at 4:30 p.m.
Picnic and games. All students in-
vited. Phone 2-1679 for reserva-
tions by Saturday noon.
Church Offers Alpha Phi Omega Aids
Forum Series In Protecting Lawns
The energetic humorists respon-
sible for the latest campus drive to
Psychologist Will Start protect lawns and grounds workers'
Annual May Sessions tempers were revealed yesterday to
be members of Alpha Phi Omega, boy
Following a five-year custom, the scout service fraternity for past
Unitarian Church will offer a series scouts in the University.
of Sunday morning forums in place Working in conjunction with the
of the regular church service during buildings and grounds department,
May. the organization constructed and
Based on the general topic, "Reli- erected more than 50 signs, placed
gion in a Frustrated World," the in more prominent illegitimate cross
first forum will feature Mr. Lyndon paths. Featured were such expres-
Babcock. As a graduate of the Uni- sions as: "Give the worms a chance,"
versity, Mr. Babcock has been a and "Beware, snakes in the grass."
writer and now a psychologist at
Eloise Sanatorium. One of his re-
cently published articles, "Are We Irving Zeiger Is Named
Becoming Paranoid", appears in a Hillel Assistant Director
recent issue of "Esauire."
Tht second discussion will be led Irving Zeiger, '41, editor of the
by a group of rdpresentative stu- Hillel News, was appointed by Dr.
dents, analyzing "Youth, the Church Isaac Rabinowitz to succeed Ronald
and Education.". Rev. Owen Knox, Freedman, Grad., as Assistant to the
of the Bethel Methodist Church of Director of the Hillel Foundation for
Detroit will conclude the series with the coming year.
his speech on "Social Religion." A. P. Blaustein, '42, was named
The meetings will take place at editor of the Hillel News for the
11 a.m. preceded by a congregation ensuing year to fill the position re-
breakfast at 10 a.m. cently vacated by Zeiger.
U.S. Must Have
That the very economic and poli-
tical existence of the United States
is threatened if her trade with thei
countries west of the Pacific is cut
off was emphasized yesterday after-
noon by Prof. R. B. Hall, of the geog-
raphy department, before the Gradu-
ate Coffee Hour in the Rackham
Quoting from a publication of the
Army and Navy Munition; Board,
Professor Hall pointed out that the1
United States is deficient in 72 ma-
terials, including 17 Massed as "stra-
tegic", which means tnat this coun-
try is dependent in some degree on
foreign supplies for them.
In time of a crisis, according to
Professor Hall, the United States
could be entirely independent of
Europe, which in his opinion means
that the outcome of the war in the
Far East may have more influence
than the finish of the European war.
The only products we can get from
no other source than Europe are
high-grade optical glass and Pro-
fessor Hall pointed out that this
material is not perishable, but could
The United States is so dependent
on Asiatic nations, Professor Hall re-
iterated, that for existence as a ma-
jor state we will be forced to wage
war on any nation which would sever
our trade lines with them. This does
not mean, he declared, that simply
a change of ownership would neces-
sitate such action.
Eby Will Lecture Here
Mr. Kermit Eby, a former Ann
Arbor High School instructor, will
present a tall; here on "City Govern-
ment" at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. today
in Pattengill Auditorium. Mr. Eby,
while a teacher here, was noted for
the devotion of his pupils and for
HANDY SERVICE DIRECTORY
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the Michigan Daily Business Office,
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STRAYED, LOST, FOUND-- i
MAN'S Waltham gold watch lost in
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3193. Ask for Miss Wilson. 384
LOST : Ladies' gold Elgin wrist
watch on Washtenaw, Monday.
Please call 4367. 388
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RCA record player attached. Call
7146 after 6 p.m. 385
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Daily for summer visiting profes-
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RENT-Stinson 105 airplane by the
hour. Cross-country only. 2-S
rating required. Phone 9383, Rai-
ney Hotel. 387
TO RENT: Study and bedroom in
private home. Available summer
or fall semester. Location and
rooms ideal for teacher in Univer-
sity. Phone 8726 any evening. 380
TYPING-L. M. Heywood, 414 May-
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VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist
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TYPING-Experienced. Miss °Allen,
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delivered direct on our own vans.
George Stevens, agent. Phone
noons and evenings, 2-3802. 410 N.
Thayer St. 375
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