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'AGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

- SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6,

Local Churches
Present Varied
CalendarToda
Student Religious Groups
Will Feature Dinners,
Discussions, Receptions
Receptions, dinners, out-door sup-
pers, and discussions of current in-
terest, beginning the activities of
student religious groups are special
events on today's calendar of local
churches.
Reception dinner at the First Pres-
byterian Church will welcome stu-
dents to the campus at 6 p.m. when
Dean Edward Krause of the literary
college will speak on "Orientation
to Life" with Dean, James B. Ed-'
monson of the education school pre-
siding. The program directed by
Bert Ludy, '42, will also feature mus-
ical readings by. Dorothy Anderson,
'42.
Students of the First Baptist
Church will be received at an infor-
inal reception at 6:30 p.m. in the
church as Rev. C. H. Loucks speaks
on "Is That the Human Thing to
Doo?" while members of the Luther-
an Student Association will gather
or a social hour at the Zion Lutheran
Parish Hall.
Students of the Bethlehem-Evan-
gelical Church will meet at the parish
hall at 5 p.m. for a weiner' roast.
Following the evening service St:
Paul's Lutheran Church will hold a
hay ride.
Discussion of current problems will
be led at the First Congregational
Church by Prof. James K. Pollock
of the political science department
and authority on world affairs speak-
ing on "World Events" at 7 p.m. Mrs.
Harold Gray, noted liberal, will con-
sider the refugee question at 7:30
p.m. at. the Unitarian Church. The
Disciples Guild will hear Syed Ka-
dri describe Mohammedanism at 6:30
p.m.
Nazi Radio Warns Britain
BERLIN, Oct. 6.-(P)--The Ger-
man shortwave radio broadcast early
today that "maybe" waves of Ger-
man bombers now flying toward
England would be followed "soon"
by hundreds of thousands of troops
now standing ready.

Incendiary Bomb

Strikes

Schoolroom

In London

Scholarships
To Be Given
ByCongress
There will be scholarships for good
scholars, poor scholars and interme-
diate scholars arranged by Independ-.
ent Men's Association Scholarship
Committee, Danny Levine, chairman,
'42E, announced recently.
For good scholars remunerations
will be awarded according to grades
achieved by winners: for poor schol-
ars, the Congress tutorial plan will
be repeated. Tutors. assigned by Con-
gress charge 20 cents an hour, and
sometimes agree to work for nothing.
Those students who wish to be tutors
are requested by Levine to sign up
at the Congress Office, Room 306 in
the Union between 3 and 5 p.m. daily.;
For the intermediate students. Con-
gress is enlarging its file of past fin-
al and mid-semester examinationj
papers. These are gathered and

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

HELP WANTED

WANTED-- - Graduate student to!
earn beard for hostess duties in
girl:' League House. Ph. 2-2276.
\WANTED- A young woman who has
had experience selling dresses and
cats. for shop on campus. State
age. exrlence. all particulars.
aBoxi7. Mv1C2ichign Dily. 53
MISCELLANEOUS -20
UNITY STUDY GROUPS with De-
troit leader. Monday. Oct. 7, 7 p.m.,
Michigan League. 57
FOR GOOD WORK at low prices
call the College Beauty Shop.
Shampoo and wave 50c all week.
Good oil permanent $1.95. Phone
2-2813--open evenings. 7e

LAUNDERING -9
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. Sc
TRANSPORTATION -21
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL - -
Driveway gravel. washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company. Phone
7112. 5c
STRAYED, LOST, FOUND - 1
LOST-Stetson hat, initialed R.L.R.
Pheasant feather band, front of
Allenel Hotel, Friday, 12:45 a.ni.
722 Church.
FOR RENT
928 FOREST-Light, pleasant room.
Will rent single or double. Phone
2-2839. 36
FOR RENT-Choice room for ma-
ture person who wants quiet and
privacy. 1808 Hermitage. Phone
9710. 54
BEAUTIFULLY furnished house, six
rooms, garage, very low price. Also
seven room furnished; oil heat, two
garages, $55.00. Wisdom 2-2112.
51
FOR INSTRUCTOR or graduate stu-
dent: in distinguished house at-
tractively furnished room with pri-
vate bath and completely separate
entrance. Garage. Telephone 3100
forenoon or evenings. 2010 Wash-
tenaw, 2nd floor. 56

British sources say this North London school was hit by a Nazi incendiary bomb. The door has been
burned away and the teacher's desk and a piano have been littered with debris but seem otherwise un-
harmed. At the time the school was struck no one was on the premises.
Prof. Ratciff Discusses Needs
Of National Defense Housing Plan

placed on file in the main Univer-
sity libraries.
IAnn Arbor

(Ed. Note. This is the first in a series
of articles dealing with defense hous-
ing.)
A problem important to an effi-
cient defense program is that of ade-
quate housing for those men who are
to forge the steel and manufacture
the arms for the country, Prof. Rich-
ard U. Ratcliff, assistant director of
the Bureau of Business Research
wrote recently in a report deliered
to the Housing Committee in Wash-
ington.
Primary Objectives
The prime objective of an emer-
gency housing program, the report
continued, is to "supply housing facils
ities wherever they are needed to
permit expansion in defense indus-
tries, and to allow the nation's pro-
ductive facilities to be employed with
maximum speed and efficiency by
providing for the greatest possible
flexibility in "the defense program."'
Other objectives of such an emer-

gency program should be to mini- where there is a sufficient surplus
mize the ultimate social costs of the of dwellings to absorb the new men,
disruptions of such an emergency, to or where new men will be drawn
from a surplus of workers already
restrict the government cost of par- housed. From the housing stand-
ticipation, restrict the rents and point, the most desirable areas for in-

Here Is Today's News
In Summary
"Everyday Fire Protection" will be
the topic of a speech by Waldo Hil-
debrand at a civic luncheon to be
held in the Union tomorrow noon.
This is in connection with the local
Fire Prevention week.j
Civic groups cooperating in the
luncheon include the Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce, Lions, Kiwanis,
Exchange and Rotary clubs.
Prof. John E. Tracy of the Law
School, in an article of tribute to
Daniel Striedieck, son of Prof. Strie-I
dieck of the German Department,
called the boy a real adventurer.

PUBLIC EVENING SCHOOL begins
Monday evening, October 7, at the
Ann Arbor High School. Courses
in commercial, vocational, recrea-
tional, cultural and hobby subjects
are offered. Small registration fee
will be charged. For further in-
formation regarding names of
courses, hours, and days given, call
5797. 27
ARTICLES FOR SALE
STRING BASE and clarinet for sale.
A. Erskine, 301 N. State. Phone
8747. 41
WILL SACRIFICE for cash 40 acres
of land 41'/2 miles out-good high-
way, $2,500. Phone 6196 evenings.
32
FOR SALE-1937 Hudson utility
coupe in excellent condition. Radio,
heater, extras, new tires. $300.

housing costs in those areas subject-
ed to pressures of demand, integrate
housing production and control with
existing urban development, and to
take steps to av'oid or minimize post-I
emergency collapse in real estate4
values by this addition to the hous-
ing supply which are unabsorbable
when the demand is deflated.
There are several methods, accord-
ing to the report, by which these ob-
jectives may best be gained; these
are: the utilization of existing hous-
ing facilities, the stimulation of pri-
vate production, direct governmental
construction, control of production,
and stabilization of the market.
Direction To Be Taken
If we are to use existing facilities,
the expansion of defense production
must be directed to those locales

dustrial expansion are in the regions
where the population is not too con-
gested and where living conditions
are pleasant.
Regional Preferences
From the standpoint of low land
costs, low costs of production, and
low costs of operation, "the west and
south portions of the country have
much to offer, while the industrial
regions of New England and the Ohio
Valley are less' desirable."
In such areas of expanding em-
ployment where existing housing fa-
cilities are quickly absorbed, "it is
natural to look to the local housing
industry to provide new units." A
problem may arise, however, where-
in the local building industry may
be limited in its facilities to handle
the number of separate building pro-
jects.

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