THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, OCT. 18, 1942
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versity Flower Shop. 1-5 p.m.
WANTED-Girl student to work in
faculty home for room and board.
Salary for extra time. Phone
MALE STUDENT, night ordeal
Health Service, salary, can carry
regular studies. Call Miss Angell
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BluE POINT OYSTE+RS served on the half shell - shipped
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In addition these delicious delicacies are only 45c for
half a dozen. The Allenel features a complete variety
of sea foods, treat yourself to an Allenel Sea Food dinner
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Allenel for reservations.
STOCKWELL & MOSHER-JORDAN'
residents-Alterations on women's
garments promptly done. Opposite
Stockwell. Phone 2-2678.
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length. Trade name. Park Lane.-
Call 2-2243. Reward.
LOST-Brown wallet, between East
Quad and ROTC Headquarters.
Finder please call R. O. Jones.
LOST-K & E Log-Log Duplex Deci-
trig Slide Rule taken from Union
by mistake or intentionally. Please
return to Bill Bugielsxi. Phone
GREY-CRYSTAL Schaeffer Fountain
pen-vicinity Romance Language
or Publications Building. Phone
2-5155 after 7:00.
ROOM and BOARD
ROOM & BOARD for 2 men students
who can work part time. Phone
CAN BOARD 6 more men for lunch
and dinner for 1st semester. Good
food reasonable. If interested con-
tact Richard Boynton, Kappa Del-
ta Rho fraternity, S-2491.
Flynn To Face
Well-Known Movie Actor
Denies Charges Of Girl
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 17.- (/)-In-
vestigators delved today into the love
life of a pretty blonde Nebraska'
schoolgirl who left a drug store coun-
ter to step for one brief evening into
the luxury of a Hollywood mansion-
where, she charges, she was raped by'
The hero of many a swashbuckling
movie role is at liberty under $1,000
bond, pending a preliminary hearing
next Friday into an allegation of
Three minor employes of a film
studio face similar charges as a result
of 17-year-old, movie-struck Betty
Hansen's story to district attorney
Betty's sister, Mrs. Jack Marsden
of Los Angeles, swore to the com-
plaint against Flynn yesterday after
the grand jury refused to return an
Flynn expressed bewilderment, say-
"I hardly spoke to the girl, and cer-
tainly did not harm her."
It was discovery of Flynn's private
telephone number among the girl's
effects when she was detained as a
missing juvenile that launched the
At The State..
'Wings for the Eagle,' Warner Bros.
movie filmed within a large war plane
factory and starring Ann Sheridan
and Dennis Morgan, opens at the
Ann Sheridan and Dennis Morgan
share the leading roles in 'Wings for
the Eagle' with Jack Carson and
George Tobias as the chief members
of the supporting cast.
Playing the role of a married cou-
Ple who have split up are Miss Sheri-
dan and Jack Carson. The plot re-
volves around the attempts of Dennis
Morgan to win Ann as his wife. With
its setting mostly in the Lockheed
plant. in California, the picture is
closely tied up with the war.
In the movie Miss Sheridan acts
the part of a beautiful factory work-
er. Both Dennis Morgan and Jack
Carson are cast as workers in the
great Lockheed plant. Morgan acts
the part of an easy going worker who
has no special purpose in life until
the outbreak of the war, but finds
it in the Air Corps.
At The Michign .. .
Bringing to the screen once more
Ginger Rogers, academy award win-
ne last year, this time with Ray Mil-
land, is the newest Paramount com-
edy. 'The Major and the Minor,'
which opens at the Michigan today.
In her latest picture, Miss Rogers
is busily occupied in the hilarious
business of making a group of young
academy students think that she is
a 12 year old girl while she flirts with
a handsome major (Ray Milland).
She gets in this unusual predicament
when she dresses up to buy a train
ticket to Iowa at half price. The
comedy centers about Ginger's ad-
ventures with the 101 young Casa-
novas at the military school where
she goes to help the major out of a
jam in which she has gotten him.
Other members in the comedy's
cast are Robert Benchley, Rita John-
son and Diana Lynn. Robert Bench-
ley is the cause of Ginger's exposure
as an imposter to the major's girl
friend (Rita Johnson). Diana Lynn
plays the part of the esister of the
major's girl friend.
SR A Seminar
Prof. Kraus Will Discuss
Post War Nazi Problem
"The Problem of Post War Ger-
many" will be the topic of Prof. W. H.
Kraus of the political science depart-
ment at the opening program of The
Bases of a Just and Durable Peace
Seminar, an activity of the Student
Religious Association, at 7:30 p. m.
Tuesday in Lane Hall.
Prof. Kraus has lived in Germany
for many years and will give personal
impressions of present day Nazi Ger-
many and its future.
The aim of the seminar is to ac-
quaint the student with the problems
of the post war' world and his respon-
sibility in view of them. One of the
problems will be that of understand-
The meetings of the seminar are
informal, beginning with a short ad-
dress by the speaker and followed by
general questions from the floor. The
meeting this week will adjourn in
time for the Choral Union Concert.
In line with the aim of the seminar,
Professor Everett S. Brown, also of
the political science department, will
speak next week on his impressions
of Soviet Russia.
THE EXECUTION OF MARY, QUEEN OF
WASH DAY TROUBLES - 1896
A TRIP TO THE MOON-- 1902
THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY - 1903
RESCUED BY ROVER - 1905
POSSIBILITIES OF WAR IN THE AIR -
SHOOTIN' MAD - 1911
QUEEN ELIZABETH - 1912
(All One Program)
SCOTS - 1895
SUNDAY, OCT. 18, 1942
VOL. LIII, No. 13
All notices for the Daily Official Bul-
letin are to be sent to the Office of the4
President in typewritten form by 3:30
p.m. of the day preceding its publica-
tion, except on Saturday when the no-
tices should be submitted by 11:30 a.m.
Public Health Assembly: An as-I
sembly for students in the School ofI
Public Health will be held on Thurs-
day, Oct. 22, at 4:00 p.m. in the Audi-
torium of the W. K. Kellogg Founda-
tion Institute. Dr. Haven Emerson
of Columbia University and the De
Lamar Institute of Public Health will
address the assembly on the subject,
"The Role of the Board of Health."
Pre-forestry Students: All fresh-
man and sophomore pre-forestry stu-
dents are asked to meet Tuesday eve-
ning, October 20, at 7 o'cock in Room
304 Michigan Union. The meeting
will last for only an hour so that all
attending may be free for study or
other engagements by 8 o'clock. Some
explanation of the role of forestry in
the war effort will be made, and there
will be opportunity for questions on
the accelerated program and on pros-
pects in the profession of forestry.
S. T. Dana
German Table for Faculty Mem-
bers organizing luncheon, in the
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
Sale at Mendelssohn Box Office
and League Desks
$1.10 (including Tax)
A1T CINEMA LEAGUE ANNOUNCES
A FOUR SUNDAY EVENING SERIES
Oct. 18 - Nov. 15 - Dec. 13 - Jan. 17 -7 and9 P.M.
Founders' Room, Michigan Union,
Monday, October 19. at 12:10 p.m.
Members of all departments are cor-
To All Departments: Please notify
Mr. Peterson in the Business Office
the number of Faculty Directories
needed in your department:
Herbert G. Watkins,
A letter from -the War Production
Board stresses the need for dormant
scrap in addition to normal produc-
tion scrap as follows:
"Dormant scrap is defined as ob-
solete machinery, tools, equipment,
dies, jigs, fixtures, etc., which are in-
capable of current or future use in
the war production effort because
they are broken, worn out, irrepar-
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Ann's carrying a
new torch... an
acetylene torch ;
in a 'plane plant!
She's working on
and has the hovs
±as red-headed bomber in a 'plane plant!
LGHT, NOT PERISHABLE, these
good-looking handkerchiefs are
exactly what the boys will want '
and are just what Uncle Sam
has ordered. Send him several,
PAy M/LLAND i n