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PAGErauiG T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DEC. 3, 1939

Flint Strike Results In Traffic Jam

FLINT, Mich., Dec. 2.--(P)--Mi-I
chigan's third largest city, without
mass transportation because of a)
strike by employes of the Flint Trol-
ley Coach, Inc., today experienced
a downtown traffic jam described
by police as 'the worst in the eity's
history."
Christmas shoppers, taking advan-
tage of the Saturday holiday, used
family cars to full capacity. It ap-
peared entirely probable that nearly;
every automobile in Flint was in
use.
The city's industrial plants are(

closed on Saturdays with few excep-
tions.
Merchants feared that next week
when schools and factories are open
and private automobiles are being
used for other purposes retail shop-
ping may suffer. City Manager
James R. Pollock is attempting to
work out an emergency plan of
transportation to meet the need.
Negotiations between spokesmen
for the bus operators and *he man-
agement appeared to be at a stand-
still, with both firm in their posi-
tion on wages. Consequently hope
of an early settlement seemed slim.

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_- ® -League.
meet Tuesday, Dec. 5, in the Under-
graduate Office of the Michigan Interior Decoration Section: "Prin-I
League, at 4:30. ciples of Interior Decoration" will
be discussed by Mrs. Ralph W. Ham-
Women's Research Club meeting mett at the next meeting at 3 o'clock
and reception for new members on Thursday afternoon, Dec. 7, at the
Tuesday, Dec. 5, at 7:30 p.m. in the Michigan League.
Mary B. Henderson Room of the --
League. Dr. Elzada Clovert will speak Michigan Dames general meeting
on "Botanizing in Little-Explored at the League on Tuesday, Dec. 5, at
Side Canyons of the Colorado," il- 8 p.m. Mr. Fred Benz will show pic-

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lustrating her talk with moving pic-
tures in color.

tures of Africa under the sponsorship
of the Book Group.

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A iHANTOM IN WHITE, del-
icate, dazzling, daintiness person-
ified. In the atmosphere of Christ-
mas merriment, in the delightful-
ness of Christmas hues, in the
trance of tantalizing music, be
sunning in white! And KESSELS
have the dress of your heart. One l
precious number was a shimmer-
ing white satin. The fullr
skirt and fitted top was
set off by rhinestone trim
at neck .and waist line.
To add more-just think,
a rhinestone studded jac-
ket. Anyone could go for
that. Another dream was
of white -chiffon. Gold
embroidered flowers set
the dress off. With full
skirt and staid, sheared
bodice, you would look
beautiful. Striking col-
ors make striking appearances-
so wear white!
* * *
KEEP YOUR HAIR UP, keep
it clean and curly. Have your hair
lovely for those holiday dances in
the old ,home town. Get that Hol-
iday Permanent now, so it will
look smooth by the time that you
. get home. You have-
n't time to get this
done at home when
time is pressing. You
l }"' don't want to waste
a minute there, but l
../ still it must be done
-so why not expert-
ly at the ALEXAN-
DRA SCHOOL 'OF COSMETOLO-
GY. They know the newest meth-
ods, their suggestions will be po-
tent for they spend the year
'round 'training so that they may
give their. best to you. With such
an opportunity as this at your
disposal, 'tis time you did some-
thing about it.,
* *
HEADS AND SHOULDERS.
ABOVE THE CROWD, that is
what Cranes writing paper can
boast, and that's why WAHRS are
so proud to present it. Its slogan
--conservativeness. Their pride
and joy is the white and off white
tones, absolutely clean and plain.

single and two tone border
schemes harmonize most delicate-
ly. The boxes come in all types,
all sizes, from regular writing
sizes to the semi-note sheets. The
prices range with appreciated di-
vergence-would fit any pocket-
book. People have pride in their
writing paper, and this is really
tops. Get yourself some-and as
a Christmas present for your best
friend, some of the finest writing
paper in the world.
* * *f
EVERYTHING FOR YOUR
FINGERTIPS. That is what you
want, and that is what CALKINS-
FLETCHER gives to, you in a
complete manisuring set. For
beautiful nails you need all the
utensils to really do a good job.
Nails are one part of your body
which should always be clean and
neat, and attractive. Cutex and
Peggy Sage are the sets offered.
The names speak for themselves.
They are contained in a good
looking case with zipper opening.
They have all necessary items for
a complete manicure. They also
present all the new shades in pol-
ish. For you boys who don't know
what to get for your girl for a
Christmas present, it is something
always appreciated. Keep neat
and trim, even down to your fin-
gertips.
COMFORT IN THE HOME. It
is as important as sleekness on
the street. We college girls like
to relax and yet look nice during
those hours we spend in our bed-
rooms. For studying pajamas and
bath robes are tops. DILLONS
have some good looking bathrobes.
The type so pop-
ular now are the
chenille robes:
They are attrac-
tive and warm.
They not only
have Zippers
down the. front,
but belts for
those who prefer
snug fits. Three
colors predominate-rose, dark
and light blue. They also have
smart quilted robes. Very roomy,
with belt and buttons. Colors,
dark blue and red. If you wish,
flannel robes are in stock for you,
All types, belt or zipper-stripes
or plain. It's quite a retinue, you
take your choice.

The Pe
ican Stu
Monday
Michigar
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Financ
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meeting
League.
Decora
omore C
4 p.m. in

ace Committee of the Amer-,
adent Union will meet on l
at 5 p.m. in Room 302 of the I Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church:'
n Union. Those interested Sunday, 8 a.m. Holy Communion; 11
ed to attend. a.m. Holy Communion and Address
by the Rev. Henry Tatlock, D.D., rec-
tor emeritus of St. Andrew's Church;
e Comitee f Sphoore11 aan. Junior Church; 11 a.m. Kin-
meeting at 4:15 p.m. Monday. dergarten, Harris Hall; 7 p.m. Stu-
dent meeting in Harris Hall. Profes-
Committee (Peggy Polum- sor Leroy Waterman will speak on
livision) of the Sophomore the topic, "About the Prophets" which
meeting at 4:30, Monday. is the fifth and last of our Speaker-
Discussion meetings on the Old
Commitee (Florence Gate's Testament section of the series on
of the Sophomore Cabaret Foundations of our Religion. Next
at 4 p.m. Tuesday, in, the week, special Christmas celebration.
kFirst Congregational Church: 10:45
tion Committee of the Soph- a.m. Public worship. Dr. Parr, "A
abaret will meet Monday at Two-Fold Appeal." 6 p.m. Student
^ wl me^M n aa^TFellowship supper. Prof. R. D. T.

at 10:30 a.m. Rev. H. O. Yoder will
deliver the sermon.
Zion Lutheran Church: Services at
10:30 a.m. Rev. E. Stellhorn will de-
liver the sermon.
Disciples Guild (Church of Christ):
10:45 a.m., Morning Worship. No stu-
dent class following the morning serv-
ice. 7 p.m., Open house at the Guild
House, 438 Maynard St. Those who
do not attend the weekend party at
Waterloo are especiahly invited. This
will take the place of the usual Guild
program.
First Methodist Church: Morning
Worship Service at 10:40 a.m. Bishop
Paul B. Kern of Nashville, Tenn., will
preach on "Out of the Depths." This
service is under the sponsorship of
the Loud Lectureship.
Stalker Hall: Student Class at 9:45
a.m. at Stalker Hall. Prof. Roy Swin-
ton, of the Engineering School will
lead the discussion on "Concepts of
Property Rights." Wesleyan Guild
meeting at 6 p.m. at the Methodist
Church. Prof. John L. Brumm of the
Journalism Department will speak on
"Education for What?" Fellowship
hour and supper following the meet-
ing.
Hillel Foundation: Reform services
Sunday morning at 11 a.m. The'
guest speaker will be Rabbi James G.
Helier, who will deliver a sermon on
"Jews'in the World Crisis." All stu-
dents are cordially invited to attend.
The Student Evangelical Chapel
services will be held in the Michigan
League Building at 10:30 a.m. Dr.
G. Goris will preach on "The Sanc-
tity of Marriage" and at 7:30 p.m. on
"Unanswered Prayers." All students'
are invited to attend the worship.
On Friday, Dec. 8, a Testimonial
Dinner will be given in honor of Dr.
Goris. At this time the work of the

DickinsonRaps
MedicalClique
Charges Political Intrigue
In CrippledCommission
LANSING, Dec. 2.-OP)-Governor
Dickinson leveled a blast of criti-
cism today at what he described as
the "spend-more-money" faction of
the medical profession, as a show-
down impended in his fight to oust
the State Crippled Commission.
The Commission, which adminis-
ters state appropriations for aid to
crippled and afflicted children, is
to receive a hearing before the Gov-
ernor Tuesday afternoon. Its mem-
bers will have an opportunity to re-
ply to charges Dickinson preferred
against them in letters demanding
their resignations.
"Those in control of the expendi-
tures for crippled children have
acted as a closed corporation," the
Governor asserted in an open mes-
sage. "Only a certain handful of
orthopedic surgeons have been per-
mitted to operate on state cases.
Only a limited number of hospitals
have been allowed to receive them.
past three months will be reviewed
and plans for the future will be dis-
cussed. Everyone interested is urged
to attend. Details will be announced

the League.

Tap and Ballet Dance Groups
Sophomore Cabaret meeting at
p.m. Monday, in the League.

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Tryouts for the third Children's
Theatre Production, "Dick Whitting-
ton and His Cat," from 3 to 5 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday in the rehearsal
room of the League.

Hollister, "My Philosophy of Life."
First Baptsit Church: 9:30, Gradu-
ate Bible Class. Prof. LeRoy Water-
man, teacher. 10:45, Communion
Service. Sermon topic, "Preparing
for the Christ." 12:00, Student Round
Table Discussion Topic, "What Can
We Believe About the Kingdom of
God?"
6:15, Roger Williams Guild at the
Guild House, 503 E. Huron. Prof.

YPSI LANTI NORMAL CHOIR
Singing Unaccompanied 250 VY
FREDERICK ALEXANDER, Conductor
CHRISTMAS MUSIC
Nativity Music from Many Lands Old Music - Young
PEASE AUDITORIUM, Ypsilanti No Reserved S
Thursday, bec. 7. 8 P.M. Sharp Admission 25

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Tap Dancing Committee for Sopho- Philip Schenk of the English de-
more Cabaret meeting at 4:30 p.m. partment will give Readings con-
Monday, in the League. cerning "Christ in Poetry."
Hostess Committee of Sophomore First Church of Christ, Scientist:
Cabaret meeting at 3 p.m. Monday Sunday services at 10:30 a.m. Sub-
at the League. Sect: "God The Only Cause and
Creator." Sunday School at 11:45.
Finance Committee of Sophomore
Cabaret meeting at 4:15 p.m. Monday Unitarian Church: 11 a.m. "John
at the League. ( Dewey's Lease on. Life .and Liberal-
I ism." Sermon by Rev. H. P. Marley.
Faculty Women's Club meeting on 7:30 p.m., Round Table, "Exploring
Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 8 p.m: in the Liberal Religion." Second in a series
ballroom of the League. The Univer-' of discussions led by Rev. Marley.

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sity of Michigan concert band, under
the direction of Prof. William D. Re-
velli, will present a program. The.
husbands and friends of the mem-
bers will be special guests.
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First Presbyterian Church: 10:45
a.m. "The Value of Prejudice," Dr.
Lemon; at the Morning worship serv-
ice. 5:30 pm. Westminster Student
Guild and fellowship hour. Subject,
"The Making of Christmas."
Trinity Lutheran Church: Services
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MICHIGAN UNION
SUNDAY DINING ROOM SERVICE
1:00 UNTIL 2:30 AND 6 UNTIL 7:30 P.M.
MENU

Fresh Grapefruit Marschino
Cream of Chicken, a la Rekne
Consomme Royal

Fresh Shrimp Ravigotc
Chilled Grape Juice
Essence of Beef in Cup

Mixed Olives

Sweet Pickles

Breaded peep Sea Scallops, Bacon: Remoulade Sauce . .
Fried Michigan Frog Legs, Shoe String Potatoes ..... .
Stuffed Vermont Turkey, Peanut Dressing, Cranberries. .
Braised Loin of Boneless Lamb, a la Bouquetire ......
Roast Prime Ribs of Choice Beef, au Jus ...... . ...... .
Planked Fancy Pork Tenderloin, Brussel Sprouts ......
Union Special Steak Dinner .................. . ...... .
Tenderloin or Porterhouse with French Fried Potatoes to

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Baked Idaho Potatoes aG French Fried Potatoes
Potatoes au Gratin

Broccoli, Hollandaise-
Baked Stuffed Pepper

Fresh Lima Beans

Head Lettuce, Russian Dressing

English Plum Pudding Cho
Apple Sauce Layer Cake
Roquefort Cheese with Wafers R

colate Cream Pie
Rum Ice Cream
Raspberry Parfait

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