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January 28, 1942 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1942-01-28

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A New Use For Those Old Texts:


Victory Book Campaign Aims
To Collect Ten Million Volumes,


Beginning Feb. 12, students of the
University and Ann Arbor residents
in general will have a chance to make
their contributions to the national
goal of 10,000,000 books set by the
Victory Book Campaign.
Students are asked now to go over
their libraries both at home and at
school, and select suitable books for
the collection. Since the primary aim
of the drive is to secive reading ma-
terial for men in the service, all
manner of up-to-date text books and
-historical material, as well as certain
types of fiction, are welcome.;
The V.B.C. is also attempting to
replenish the inadequate libraries of
crowded'industrial centers in the de-
fense areas, and can use household
and children's books in this capacity.
Elaborate plans are now being made
for the collection, sorting, and dis-
tribution of the books in Ann Arbor
under the direction of Miss Frances
A. Hannum, of the city public library,
and Mr. Werner G. Rice, head %of
the University Library System.
The local committee will be aided

in sorting the books by a division o
the Committee for Conserving Cul
tural Resources, who will dispose o
rare or valuable books turne in. Al
money derived in this way will b
used to purchase more reading ma
terial for service men.
Barrett Spach Will Be
Guest Organist Today




The second of the School of Music's
now 1942 organ recital series will see
Barrett Spach,. organist and director
of music at the Fourth Presbyterian
Church, Chicago, as guest organist
4:15 p.m. today in Hill Auditorium.
Spach's program will consist of:
Chaconne by Buxtehude; Basse de
Cromorne and Recit de Nazard, by
Clerambault; "Jesu, priceless treas-
ure" and Prelude and Fugue, in A
minor of Bach; Minuet by Vierne;
Cantabile by Franck; Matin-Proven-
cal by Bonnet; Carillon by Leo Sow-
erby; and Modal Suite byFlor Peters.

Leads U.S. Troops

Revised Examination Schedules

Time of Exam Subject
8 - 10 German, Spanish, EM 1, 2; CE 2
Thurs., Jan. 29: 10:30 - 12:30 Mon. at 11
2 - 4 Tues. at 9
8 - 10 Tues. at 10
Fri., Jan. 30: 10:30 - 12:30 Mon. at 1; English 1, 2
2 - 4 Mon. atl10
8 - 10 Tues. at 11.
Sat!, Jan. 31: 10:30 - 12:30 Tues. at 3, Economics 53
2 - 4 M. E. 3; Dr. 1, 2
8 - 10 Mon. at 9
Mon., Feb.,2: 10:30 - 12:30 Tues. at 2, EE 2a, Phys. 46
2 - 4 French, Surv. 1, 2, 4
8 - 10 M.P. 2, 3, 4
Tues., Feb. 3: 10:30 - 12:30 Mon. at 8
2 - 4 Tues. at 8
8 -10 Mon.at 3; Dr.3
Wed., Feb. 4: 10:30 -12:30 Mon. at 2
2 - 4 Tues. at 1
Time of Exercise Time of Examination
Mon. at 8 Tues., Feb. 3, 10:30-12:30
Mon. at 9 Mon., Feb. 2, 8 -10
Mon. at 10 Fr., Jan. 30, 2 - 4
Mon. at 11 Thurs., Jan. 29, 10:30-12:30
Mon. at 1 Fri Jan. 30, 10:30-12:30
Mon. at 2 Wed., Feb. 4, 10:30-12:30
Mon. at 3 Wed., Feb. 4, 8 -10
Tues. at 8 Tues., Feb. 3, 2 , 4
Tues. at 9 Thurs., Jan. 29, 2 - 4
Tues. at 10 Fri., Jan. 30, 8 -10 f
Tues. at 11 Sat., Jan. 31, 8 -10
Tues. at 1 Wed., Feb. 4, 2 - 4
Tues. at 2 Mon., Feb. 2, 10:30-12:30
Tues. at 3 Sat., Jan. 31, 10:30-12:30

These Things We Fight For:
'42 Michiganensian To Present
Panorama Of University Life
Michigan-a university that stands
forthidenalsofeucarioyntadyoudhUniversity will require a triple alli-
for the ideals of education and youth, Ia c feios ac ge 4 ,M r
a symbol of the part of America that Seof4edsad onlArtus, M43.
we are willing to fight for-is the So nduistand and Dn ruot 43.
theme of the 1942 Michiganensian. Boy
The old tradition, the new fads, the JoIznson, '43, will handle men's and
women's organizations respectively,
idiosyncrasies as well as the virtues, and campus life, including dances,
every phase of Ann Arbor life from parleys and lectures, will be covered
the blue-book blues to the J-Hop' fit-leurswilbcord
te wlue.bok blugs toether~ it aby Marjorie Teller, '42. The last all-
.tes, will be brought together in a important section which takes in all
volume designed to portray the Uni-
versity as an ideal worth our war house groups, sororities, fraternities
erity and dormitories, will be under the
In order to insure complete campus Teidel of Nancy Grayp o43.
coverage those individuals most in-
terested in the various activities have 'Ensian theme offers interesting and
been given charge of certain sections. varied work to all students who wish
Garg Editor A. Axelrod, '43, will be to gain experience in writing, pho-
responsible for putting zip in the hu- tography, and art work. Sophomores
mor section, and former Daily sports and second-semester freshmen are
copy writer Buck Dawson, '43, will urged by the 'Ensian editor to get
supervise the athletic section. an early start in 'Ensian work by
America at school, the section cov- joining the tryout staff next semes-
ering all schools and colleges of tle ter.

Major General Russell P. Hartle
(above) commands the American
army forces whose arrival in North-
ern "Ireland was announced in
Washington by Secretary of War

Good Luck During Exams!
You will be more certain if you
eat good food regularly.


Two floors of Eats

615 E. William St.

January Clarance
Values to $24.95 . , . To close at $10.00

Formerly $4.95 ... To close+

Formerly . $9.95
,To close at $5.00

. .
at $2.98


Values to $22.95 . . . To close at $12.95
One, size 9 . . To close at $7.95
(One lot) Values to $2.98 . . . To close at $1.79
345 Maynard




Zoology 1
Botany 1
Psychology 31
Music 1


French 1, 2, 11, 31,32,)
41, 71, 111, 112, 153
Speech 31, 32
English 1, 2
Econ. 51, 52, 53, 101

German 1, 2, 31, 32
Spanish 1, 2, 31, 32
Music 31
Pol. Science 1, 2, 51, 52

Sat., Jan. 31, 2

Mon., Feb. 2, 2


Fri., Jan. 30, 10:30-12:30
Sat., Jan. 31, 10:30-12:30


331 South Ashley

You trust its quality

Thurs., Jan. 29, 8 -10


DrVe Misses
Goodfellows Collect More
Than $750_InCampaign
A deficit of seven dollars under
last year's gross was yesterday indi-
cated for this year's Goodfellow
Drive, held before Christmas, when
final figures showed $752.57 was col-
lected this year as against $759.40
taken in in 1940.
Although contributions from the
street sale of the Goodfellow issue of
The Daily were above last year's fig-
ure, limited support from campus
fraternities and sororities plus a de-
creased profit from advertising
spelled defeat for this year's drive.
Chief recipient of the Goodfellow
funds will be the Family and Chil-
dren's Service, local welfare organi-
zation, and the remainder of the
money will be distributed to support
various campus projects.
Expenses were higher as well this
year, Daily managing editor Emile
Gele, ,'42, revealed, so that the net
collection for the drive was only
$641.41, consierably below the net
amount obtained last year.

Tues., Feb. , 8 -10

One-Day Special Purchase Sale

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January 30 to February 28
$2.00 value for $1.00
Conte ii and reserve
yours NOW!
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