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Go Ups Five Nationalities Celebrate Christmas
Plan Meeting

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so that any interested students can for distribution to needy Ann
paint and repair the last of the toys h o1 children at Christmas time,

Five Michigan students, represent-,
ing the Michigan Chapter of the Stu-
dent Defenders of Democracy, will be
among the delegates to the National
Merger Convention which will be held
at Harvard University from Dec. 27 to!
30.
The convention has been called for
the purpose of uniting the many lib-
eral youth organizations, in order tq
gain greater effectiveness, and to
eliminate duplicating effort hndsserv-
ices.
Many nationally known youth
groups will be represented. Besides
the Student Defenders of Democracy,
the Student League for Progressive
Action and the College Division of,
the Committee to Defend America will
also take part in the proceedings.
The Michigan delegation led by
Homer Swander, '43, will be com-
posed of Don O'Connor,''42, Harry
Stutz, Grad., Hale Champion, '44, and
Herbert Edelhertz, '43.
CIASSIFIED AIIVEITISINto

- Daily Photo by Bob Kimns
Children of five nations-Argen-
tina, China, England, United States
and Turkeyrcommemorate Christ-
mas in the traditional' 'American
manner at the annual Christmas
party at the International Center.
They are the sons and daughters
of foreign students studying at the
University.

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HELP WANTED
MAN for heavy cleaning, 4 hours
weekly. 7605. 178c
STUDENT to shovel walks when
necessary. 911 Olivia. 7605 180c
MAN or WOMAN companion for
children during vacation. 7605.
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MAN or WOMAN for occasional care
of children. Live in or out. 7605.
177c
MISCELLANEOUS
MIMEOGRAPHING -Thesis bind-
ing. Brumfield and Brumfield, 308'
S. State. 6c
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL-
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company, phone
7112. 7c
SOUND-RECORDING STUDIO
Voipe - Instrumental - Conversational
messages for Christmas presents.
For information telephone 3100.
162c
FOR, SALE
TWO GOOD SEATS Saturday mati-
nee, Dec. 20, "The Rivals," Detroit.
Call 49'8. 181c
CANARIES--Beautiful singers, love-
birdi, cockatiels, finches; bird sup-
plies, cages. 562 S. Seventh. Phone
5330. 173c
FOR SALE - Remington Noiseless
Portable Typewriter. $30. Phone
Dave Lachepbruch, 2-26-24, after
5 p.m.
- TRANSPORTATION
WANTED-Ride to Chicago early
Friday A.M., Delc. 19. Share gas
bill.-Phone 2-4224. 175c
DRIVING THRU to Texas, Arizona

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Phone 6327. 706 Oakland.

WANTED TO BUY
CASH for used clothing; men and
ladies. Claude W. Brown, 512 S.,
Main, St. Phone 2-2736. Sc
LOST and FOUND
ROSES ARE RED, violets are blue,
and so am I, with cold. All that
meat and no reversible. Wilbur
McWheelbase Dawson.
BUSINESS SERVICES
FOR RUG AND CARPET CLEANING
work this vacation, call Edward
Kelly, 6051 mornings, or 2-4389 af-
ter 1 p.m'.
HEAlNG FOR HfOME ?
Start right and easy! Send your
1uggage round-trip by rusty, low-
cost RAILWAY ExPRWss, and take
your train with'peace of inind.We
pick-up and deliver, 'remember,
at no extra charge within our reg.
ular vehicle Iimitskin all cities and
principaltowns.You merely phone

and Colorado, Sat., Dec. 20.
Oldsmobile. Share expenses,
1 or 2 passengers. Ph. 3031.

19411
with
176c

CARS FOR CALIFORNIA. No wait-
ing for responsible parties. Suite
1160, 5050 Cass Ave., Detitoit. Tele-
phone CO 0100.
WANTED-PASSENGERS TO NEW
YORK! *Passengers to Chicago.
Ride to Buffalo. Ride to Pitts-
burgh. These are typical wants of
students during, the pre-holiday
period. Why not advertise in The
Daily for passengers or cars going
your way? We reach everyone
you're trying to reach!
LAUNDERING

Doctor Guthe
Will Address
ASCEGroup
Dr. Carl E. Guthe, director of the
University museum will speak at 6:30
P.m. today in the Union before a
joint dinner meeting of the state and
University student chapters of the
American Society of Civil Engineers.
Dr. Guthe, who is well known for
his archaeological excavation in New
Mexico, Guatemala, and the Philip-
pines, will speak on the subject "Pre-
Columbian Indian Calendars." His
talk will deal particularly with meth-
ods used by the Central Amercan
Indians to calculate time.
Professor Emmons of the Trans-
portation engineering department
who is faculty adviser for the student
chapter explained that since all life
members of the ASCE have been in-
vited to attend the banquet this will
be an excellent opportunity for stu-
dents to "rub elbows" with senior
members of the nation wide organi-
m ation.
Prof. Lewis M. Gram, head of the
civil engineering department, will act
as toastmaster and Prof. Henry C.
Riggs also of the civil engineering de-
partment will welcome three new
life menbers into the group. Among
the new life members is Prof. John S.
Worley of the transportation engi-
neering department.
John Auferoth, '42E, publicity di-
rector of the society, said, "Our
meeting is to be especially honored by
the presence of Frederick W. Fow-
land, national president of the
ASC.E." Although Mr. Fowland is
visited the dinners as a guest, he
is expected to make a short talk.
U' High Plans
Welfare Work
School Children To Help
Needy Local Families
Less fortunate families of Ann Ar-
bor will be. provided with a more
plentiful Christmas this year, through
the efforts of University High School
students. During th past month the
Moderri Social Problems class, co-
operating with the Family Welfare
Bureau and the Salvation Army, has
worked out a plan whereby each
homeroom will outfit an anonymous
family, providing them with food,
clothing, money and toys.
The high school has carried out this
program for five years, with the pur-
pose of teaching its students to share
with others, and to meet important
social problems. With this in mind,
the relationship between benefactor
and recipient will be kept impersonal
and family names will not be revealed.
Although eacp homeroom works in-
dividually to outfit a family, the plan
is unifiedi by the exchange of extra
goods through a general clearing
house. All articles are repaired, pack-
aged and labeled, before a University
truck carries them to the Family Wel-
fare Bureau where families will ob-
tain them. All footwear is taken to
the Salvation Army headquarters to
be fitted.
Speech Study Club
Will HoldMeeting
The Graduate, Study Club of the
Department of Speech will meet at
4 p.m. today in the East Conference
Room of the Rackham Building.
Typical research material for mas-
ter's theses in speech correction with
particular, emphasis on the research

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LAUNDRY - 2-1044.
Careful work at low

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WEARY, FOOTSORE,
CIIRISTMAS LIST STILL
A MILE LONG?
- said lost will be a pleasant
memory if, solved with "GIFTS
TO WEAR" from our large col-
lection.
OPEN TONIGHT 'TIL 8:30
and thru next Tuesday
3he
f Y.
&fzaedthe cbreronStte0 s0p
'round the corner on State

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WISHING YOU ALL
A. ME RRY C HR ISTMAS

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