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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29,

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Union To Help Table Carvers

IFC Plans Annual Christmas Party;

Debate Squad
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Have you ever felt, as you sat over'
a glass of beer or coke, like drawing
pictures on the table cloth or carving
your creations in the table top with
a pen-knife? Most of us have, but
we have usually been deterred by fear
of the proprietor's ire.
Well, you needn't suppress your
-artistic genius any longer when you
come to the Union Taproom, for not
only is carving the table top per-
mitted but it is actually encouraged.

A full set of carving tools will be
madeavailable toany senior student
at the basement checkroom by merely
depositing a senior identification
card. He is then free to atttack the
table tops to his heart's desire.
There has been considerable con-1
jecture on the part of many as to the
handicraft abilities of the present
generation, so the Union has decided
to find out by providing the weapons.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

MISCELLANEOUS-20
MIMEOGRAPHING-Thesis binding.
Brumfield and Brumfield, 308 So.
State. 19c
WHY RUN HOME when you can
run a Daily classified for a ride
home. 124
USED CLOTHING-bought and sold.
Claude H. Brown, 512 S. Main St.
Phone 2-2756. 17c
FRATERNITY and SORORITY pro-
grams and mailings; mimeograph-
ing. Edwards Letter Shop, 711 N.
University. Phone 2-2846. 6c
HELP WANTED
TUTORING can bring returns by
using classified advertising. Rea-
sonable rates. Call at The Mich-
igan Daily. 125
WANTED-Student with initiative
for secretarial work. Private home
including short-hand and typing:
Hours to suit student's convenience.
Telephone 7605. 139
WANTED-Student to work with
six-year-old boy on kindergarten
and first grade level for two hours
daily until Christmas vacation
mornings or afternoons after 2:00.
Student must have had whooping
cough because child is contagious
although not ill. Please telephone
Mrs. Connable "7605" (911 Olivia).
138
TRANSPORTATION -21
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL-
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company. Phone
7112. 5c

LOST and FOUND
LOST-Engineer's slide rule, with
case, marked J. F. Bourquin-Re-
ward. Phone 9524. 135
LOST-Alpha Chi Omega pin on
green sweater at Michigan League.
Reward. Call Virginia Stover, 3718.
141
TYPING-18
TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen,
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or
2-1416. 14c
VIOLA STEIN - Experienced legal
typist, also mimeographing. Notary
public. Phone 6327. 706 Oakland,
LAUNDERING -9
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned,
Careful work at low price. 3c
STUDENT LAUNDRY-Special stu-
dent rates. Moe Laundry, 226
South First St. Phone 3916. 10c
FOR SALE
FRESH SWEET CIDER-Eating and
cooking apples. Friday delivery.
Ph. 3926. 1003 Brooks St. 137
PERSONAL STATIONERY - 100
sheets, 100 envelopes, printed with
your name and address-$1.00.
Craft Press, 305 Maynard St. 12c
FIELD GLASS-Bausch & Lomb
Prism Sterio, 6 Power. 30 mm.
aperture. Cost $70.00. Perfect con-
dition, no signs of wear. Will sell
or trade for old coins. Ph. 3926.
136
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Suite with private bath
and, shower. Also double with
adjoining\ lavatory-steam heat-
Phone 8544, 422 E. Washington.
140

Ga lens Will Aid Crippled
With snow on the ground and a by the success of their initial effort, Galer
hint of the approaching holiday sea- the IFC workers planned a more elab-meGal
son in the air, fraternity men at the orate affair for a bigger crowd last medica
University are preparing to play year. Again the throng of kids ex- annual
Santa Claus to a crowd of more than ceeded the number estimated. children
5,000 Ann Arbor school children at This year, Council officers won't 6 and
the annual Interfraternity Council commit themselves on the number of by Per
Christmas Party at 4:15 p.m. Friday, guests they will have at the Party, of the
Dec. 13, in Hill Audtorium. but one of them remarked yesterday Each
Groups of gaily painted clowns will that "we're counting on bringing the
vie with Santa for the children'sat- first taste of"te 1940 Chrstmas zaton
tention, as the throng fills the Audi- to a lot more than 5,000 school chil- station
torium for the third of the yearly dren." on the
pre-season celebrations sponsored by - -district
the Council. +T 1 wants
Candy, apples, cookies and ice Link rainer large c
cream will be given the children to The
add to the festivity of the Party, each U ITfo1 money
child receiving, in addition, paper Fo 'n se Galens
hats and other favors. The group dren in
will sing Christmas carols as in past In AirCourse to prov
years, led by members of the Council mas" f
staff and the groups aiding them. Thev
One of the high spots in the after- CAA Students Will Fly floor o
noon's program is expected to be the Without Leaving Groun the ch
showing of a group of specially cho- and fo:
sen motion pictures, lent the Council In Aeronautical Device In ad(
by local motion picture theatres. Car- structo
toons and comedies will make up the By A. P. BLAUSTEIN es the
movie program, and the emphasis will In order to give students enrolled Murph
be on films. playing up Christmas in the Civil Aeronautics Authority a char
topics. flight training course here an idea of self-co
Although more than 1,200 students "what flying is like without leaving In p
-members of the 41 general fraterni- the ground," the local unit is at pres- been st
ties affiliated with the Council-are ent using a "link trainer" which, raised
backing the Party, its success will de- authorities claim, is becoming more goal he
pend in large measure upon the sup- and more valuable as time goes on. to pas
port given by Ann Arbor merchants, Resembling a small airplane on top Gale
James Harrison, '41, president of the of a edestal the "trainer" is ties in
Council, said recently. equipped with all of the controls one to the
Only through contributions of re- finds on a real plane and reacts to candy
freshments and favors will the Coun- them in a similar manner. By proper versity
cil be able to carry the Party through manipulation of these instruments, group.
to its usual position as the event the student is able to receive the im- also u
which opens the Christmas season
with areal bang for thousands of pression that he is either climbing, All1
Ann Arbor children-and in many diving, turning or banking. are of:
cases is the high point of the year The instruments available are the one fo
for underprivileged kids, Harrison control stick, sometimes known as
cmeted. the "joy stick," and the rudder ped -1
commefirst of the IC Christmas Par- als; the former affects the elevators La
ties was held two years ago, when on the ship's tail and the ailerons
the "Greeks" entertained approxim- on the wings, making the plane move
ately 3,700 children-more than 50'0 up and down while the latter moves
over the total expected. Encouraged the rudder and thus the direction of
6 flight. U,,,,

Children In Conference
ns, junior and senior honorary Four Women Represent
l society, will conduct its 12th Ui rt In Discussion
Christmas Drive for crippled Abuniverity nDiseuE ne
n Friday and Saturday, Dec. About College Entrance
7, it was announced yesterday Jean Maxted, 41, Mary Martha
cy J. Murphy, '41M, in charge I Taylor, '41, Elizabeth Lightner, '41,
drive.
year members of the organ- and Betty Shaw, '41, comprising the
arm themselves with pails women's varsity debate squad, will
themelvs i vaiou plcesmeet teams representing other West-
themselves in various places ern Conference Schools at Madison,
campus and in the downtown Wis., today to discuss the conference
t, and sell tags to anyone who topic, "Resolved: That Western Con-
to contribute, no matter how ference schools should limit their en-
or small the contribution. rollment."
aim of the drive is to raise Accompanied by Mr. Arthur Secord
to support and maintain the of the speech department, the team
workshop for crippled chil- left yesterday morning and will par-
n the University Hospital, and ticipate in roundtable and forum dis-
ide for a "merry, happy Christ- cussions of the topic.
for these children. At the opening meeting Miss Light-
workshop, which is on the ni ner will present the 4indings of the
f the hospital, is a place where University squad on the present at
ildren may occupy their time 10 a.m. this morning. After luncheon
iren ayoupiteir thsclhnimeps at noon the entire group will adjourn
rgt tier phsicalr handicaps to fve roundtabl e tor mae an ex-
dition, there is a regular in- t ierudalst aea x
r in vocational arts who teach- tensive study of the problem.
children to make toys. This, Miss Shaw will give one of theaf-
iy said, gives the boys and girls ter-dinner speeches at the banquet
nce to develop and build their following the afternoon sessions given
nfidence. by the conference for students and
ast years the drive has always faculty attending the meeting.
;uccessful; more than $1,700 was Miss Maxted will act as general
in the 1939 drive. While no chairman for the concluding general
as been set efforts will be made meeting of the conference tomorrow.

Kirby Page To Talk
On World Affairs
And Religion Here
Rev. Kirby Page will lecture on
"Personal Religion and World Prob-
lems" at 4 p.m. and at 7:30 p.m.
Dec. 7 at Lane Hall under the au-
spices of the Disciples of Christ of
the Christian Church.
For many years an independent
author and evangelist, he is the auth-
or of more than 35 books and pamph-
lets listed among the most helpful
to college students by the Hazen
Foundation. They have also been
translated into 10 languages and used
throughout the world.
Reverend Kirby has appeared as
lecturer on more than 300 college
campuses and was official lecturer
at Yale University during 1938.
A graduate of the University of
Chicago, Columbia University and
Union Theological Seminary, he was
given the honorary degree of doctor
of divinity from Drake University, his
alma mater in June. Reverend Kirby
is also noted as a world traveler for
his 20 trips abroad.

MICHIGAN

HUDDKERWIE TEST PROVES
VITRL zontE ALWAYSSPOTLESS
---- ' NO GOD
CAN PASS
IT'S HESSON
Always clean and free CUSHION GUARD
from goo no matter SEALED

Greek Lodges
Plan Concert
Toledo Orchestra To Play
At War Relief Benefit
In an effort to aid friends and
relatives in Greece, the Greek War
Relief Association, backed by the
Greek women's lodges of Ann Arbor,
is sponsoring a benefit concert to be
held in the Masonic Temple, begin-
ning at 8 p.m. Sunday.
The concert will feature the Music
of Toledo's 50-piece mandolin orches-
tra and concert band, all of whose
members are Juniors and Juniorettes
affiliated with the GAPA, a Greek'
organization of Toledo.
Hundreds of local residents and
University students of Greek descent
are expected to jam the Temple for
the concert, which will feature Greek
patriotic airs and folk tunes. Tickets
are priced at $.75, and all proceeds
will be turned over to the Red Cross
earmarked for use only in aiding
persons in Greece.
Cooperation of Detroit, Ann Arbor
and Toledo Greek organizations, in-
cluding women's clubs and lodges,
has been secured for staging the
concert.

Actual movement of the machine is
caused by the change in the supply
of air vacuum in bellows located in
the pedestal when the instruments
are moved. The power is supplied by
a three-fourth horsepower motor.
Made entirely of wood, the "link
trainer" is covered by a fabric treated
with "airplane dope" to make it taut.
Its construction is very similar to the
other university machines of this type
at Minnesota and Toropto.
When the "trainer" was first
brought to its present quarters in
North Hall last year, plans were made
to use it entirely for learning the ef-
fects of moving the controls and for
learning coordination.
Recently, however, it was discov-
ered that some knowledge of contact
flying was also acquired and the
National Research Council commis-
sioned the C.A.A. here to ascertain
exactly how much was learned. For
that reason a special "link training"
course was instituted this semester
for some 50 students planning to en-
ter the C.A.A. in February.
Tests are now being conducted on
the machine by Prof. Edward B.
Greene of the psychology depart-
ment to find out "how much work on
the 'link trainer' is equivalent to hou
much work in the air." Last semes-
ter similar studigs were made to dis-
cover whether or not certain students
would be likely to fall out .

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ens does not confine its activi-
behalf of the crippled children
drive; throughout the year a
stand in the lobby of the Uni-
Hospital is maintained by the
Proceeds from this stand are
sed to help the "kiddies."
toys which the children make
fered for sale-after they make
r themselves.
.ulty Deny
warAgitation
f. Hobbs , Advocates
ctive Aid To Britain
(Continued from Page 1)
d States out of war is to keep
end in the war, by rendering her
ssible aid. It is very vital to our
national safety that Britain is
defeated. The cost of main-
*g a two-ocean navy, which
become necessary after the fall
itain, would be a tremendous
n."
re positive were the comments
. McDowell, who predicted that
e at the present time employ
avy and our present air force
ut sending abroad any large
we would be able, in coopera-
with the British forces and the
h North1 African forces, to
Italy to sue for peace within
months."
McDowell foresaw "an ap-
ment administration in this
ry or the necessity of fighting
any alone," if America failed
e every possible means to pre-
the collapse of Great Britain.

a

Does Germany
allow any
MARGIN FOR ERROR?
Watch this paper.

Resale Money Available
Anyone who turned in tickets to
the Resale for disposal and has not
yet claimed the money is requested
to call for it as soon as possible be-
tween 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. any week-
day at the Student Offices of the
Union, Sibley said.

Robert CUMMINGS Mischa AQER
Henry Stephenson S. Z. Sakall
Allyn Joslyn Franklin Pangborn
BUTCH and BUDDY

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how often you smoke
it. Challenging higher.
priced pipes
in briar quali-
ty and value..
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me,

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as THE COUNTESS
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