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December 12, 1939 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, DEC. 12, 19

Engineers Hold Smoker
Phi Lambda Upsilon, honorary
chemical engineering society, held its
annual fall smoker for faculty and
men and students at 8 p.m. yesterday!
in the East Lounge of the Rackham
Building, with refreshments, games
and prizes supplementing the smok-
ing.
We will remain open dur-
ing the Christmas Holidays.
Meet Me at
MITCHELUS
KOSHER STYLE
or Regular Sandwiches
Free Delivery
Ph. 9288-6339 601 E. Liberty
Next to Michigan Theatre
MICHIGAN
= Last 2 Days
Gay Hilarity!.
and Asta has a new
chum in three-cornered
pants!

New Medical-
Course Offered
'Diseases Of Metabolism'
Opened To Graduates

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By JUNE McKEE

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Germ anClub
S onsors Party
Annual Christmas Fete
Follows Traditions

A special Michigan short-wave pro-
gram was broadcast to a world-wide

EXTRA TRAIN SERVICE
FOR STUDENT TRAVEL
DECEMBER 15, 1939
To Chicago- Grand Rapids
And s nter:ediate Points
Leaves Ann Arbor 1:00 P.M.

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A new postgraduate course in "Dis-are coming in from Michigan alumni The student German organization,
ses of Metabolism," sponsored by everywhere. 'Deutscher Verein held its annual
e Department of Internal Medicine, President Ruthven spoke on the
nd the Michigan State Medical So- program, the Band played, and Donn Christmas party last night in the
ety, will be offered today through Chown, Grad., announced. Originat- League. Feature of the party was the
aturday in the University Hospital. ing on campus, the broadcast was singing of Deutsche Wihnachtstage
transcribed by Jerry Wiesner, Chief Lieder. German Christmas legend;
Under the leadershsr of D.Lis oTechnician, for stationdWRUL were read in the traditional mannea,
[Newburgh, professor of Clinical; in Boston, where antennae directed I . ..a .{

Student
Student

Section Train No. 44 (all points East) leaves 3:45 P.M.
Section Train No. 8 (all points East) leaves 6:30 P.M.

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Investigation in the Department of
Internal Medicine, the course will at-f
tempt to acquaint the practitioner
with the fundamental principles of
metabolism and their application to
the understanding and management
of metabolic diseases.
The material, presented by lectures,
demonstrations, and selected read-'.
ings, will be presented by Dr. New-
burgh with the assistance of Dr.
Jerome W. Conn and Dr. Frank H..
Bethell of the internal medicine de-
partment, and others.
ASU Will Preview
Madison Convention
A pre-convention meeting to dis-
cuss resolutions on peace, American
democracy, civil liberties and aca-
demic freedom, to be brought to the
National American Student Union
Convention in Madison, Wis., during
Christmas week, will be held at 8 p.m.
tomorrow in the North Lounge of
the Union.
A skit, "The Unknown Soldier Re-
fuses His Wreath," will be presented
by Art Klein, Grad., William Bestimt,
'42, and Ed Burrows, Grad. Dele-
gates to the national convention will
be elected.

its airing to every part of the world.
This Boston station is operated by!
the World-Wide Broadcasting Fonn-
dation to promote international good-i
will.
So far, the most interesting letter
regarding the program's receptionE
comes from Mr. A. Roberts, of Dade
City, Fla. Graduate from Michigan,
in 1867, he is now 98 years old and7
still drives his own car.
He writes, ''War correspondents aret
hard to-crowd away from the radio,a
so heard only a few words of Presi-
dent Ruthven.j
"For myself, I would say I ami
more than pleased at the progress
the University has made since my;
graduation in 1867. I went through
with very little preparation. Really,1
I had never been to what might be
called a high school but three months,
and had to go away for that.
Fordham University next year will
celebrate the centenary of its found-
ing.

and refreshments rounded out the
program.
Besides the regular Deutscher Vere-
in members, there were many visitors
present at the party and the ex-
change of 10-cent gifts proved a very
enjoyable addition to .the festivities.
Although this is the last meeting
of the Verein until after the Christ-
mas vacation period, the German or-
ganization is presenting its initial
dramatic offering of the year at 8:30
p.m. tomorrow night, Dec. 12, in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, in the
form of a dramatized version of the
Grimm fairy tale "Dornroeschen," or
"The Sleeping Beauty," and presented
as a puppet play.
The Scaletta Marionettes of club
member David Gibson, '41. will be
used in presentation of the play. Gib-
son, an experienced puppeteer, will
be assisted by Alexander Miller, '42,
and six other members of the Verein
who will read the parts backstage
while Gibson and Miller manipulte
the puppets.

Low Fares to All Points
MIC IGAN CENTRAL
Be Satisfied With A MICHIGAN DAILY Classified
GOING HOME?
SEND THAT LUGGAGE
by FAST RAILWAY EXPRESS.
just phone the Rail-
way Express agent
when our trunk or
bags are packed and
off they will speed,
direct to your home,
in all cities and prin-
cipal towns. You
can send "collect" too, same as your laundry
goes. Use this complete, low-cost service
both coming and going, and enjoy your
train trip full of the- proper Holiday spirit.
When you phone, by the way, be sure to tell

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Tapping Reaches Peoria
On Alumni Circuit Trip
T. Tawley Tapping, general secre-
tary of the Alumni Association, en
route to Tucson, Ariz., for his annual
vacation, attended a meeting of the
University of Michigan Club of Pe-
oria yesterday.
During his trip, Tapping will at-
tend alumni meetings in Los An-
geles, Phoenix, El Paso and Memphis.

ENJOY HOLJDAY
T RIPS BY BUS
Warm, comfortable Blue Goose buses provide ideal
transportation for Holiday travellers.
LOW FARES and frequent schedules enable you to
plan and enjoy your trips, while avoiding driving fatigue

and worry.
116 West Huron Street
Michigan Union

our agent when to call.
Ann Arbor R.R. Depot
420 S. Ashley St. Ph. 2-4496
Depot Office: Mich., Central R.R.
Phone 5714 Ann Arbor,' Mich.
RZA Ln'WAY
EXPRESS
NATION-WIDE RAIL-AIR SERVICE

Thursday
Melvyn Douglas - Joan Blondell
in "AMAZING MR. WILLIAMS"

Phone 4200
Phone 4151

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IN THE

GOOD OLD

DAYS

IN THE GOOD OLD DAYS.... the days of the horse
and buggy .... the days of the hoop skirt and bustle ....
the days of the barber shop quartet... .AND the days of
the Wash Tub and Scrub Board.
TODAY WE ARE WISE ... MODERN ... ECONOMI-
CAL... They are things of the past, especially the Wash
Tub.... Now, you can have your laundry done efficiently,
expertly, and economically.

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BUNDLE
Suits of Underwear
3 Shirts
6 Handkerchiefs
3 Pairs of Socks
2 Bath Towels

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Phone 4185

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