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THE MICHIG N DAILY

APPOINTMENTS, ESIGNATIONS APPROVED:
Regents onduc onteeting

Palmer Christian was ap-
to the music school's Execu-

tive Committee, succeeding Prof. Wil-
liam D., Revelli. while Dr. Elmer L.
Whitman was appointed to the Ex-
ecutive Committee of the dental
school replacing Dr. George R. Moore.
Prcf. Kenneth C. McMuriey was
named Chairman of the Division of
Social Sciences.
Leaves of absence were granted the
following: Prof. Franklin L, Everett
of the engineering mechanics depart-
ment to U.S. Navy research; Helen R.
Jackson, library cataloguer, to the Li-
brary of Congress; Prof. Robert B.
H all of the geography department to
the Office of Strategic Services n the
Pacific coast; Prof. Lawrence C.
Maugh of the civil erngineering de-
uartment to the Goodyear Aircraft
Corp. on government research; ex-
tension to Prof. Ralph W. Aigler;
Ford L. Lemler of the education
school to the U.S. Office of Educa-
tion; Public Health Prof. Lowell T.
Coggeshall to the War Department's
malaria control research.
Prof. Edwin F..Beckenbach resigned
from the faculty to accept an ap-
pointment at the University of Texas.
The degree of S.JD. was awarded
Lennart V. Larson, Professor of Law
at Baylc7 University. Waco, Texas.
"oIp.it Ope s for
Garg Taent Contests
Two talent contests sponsored by
the Gargoyle are now open for stu-
dent competition. The best 1,000-word
short story and the prize photo of
the month submitted before Monday
will reap the at thor and photographer
$5 in cash and publication in the
December Garg. Any student may
enter.
The staff announces a war theme
fcr the December issue featuring
ROTC Armistice Parade, scrap drive
and Red Cross photos. In addition
will be a.two-page "albuni of beauty."
Avykah Work Holiday
to Aid Manpower Board
In cooperation witit the War Man-
power Board. Avukah, student Zionist
organization, will hold a work holiday
Sunday in place of their regular meet-
ing.
The group will spend the whole day
harvesting farm crop,. ahd the money
earned will be turned over to the
Jewish National Fund.
All members and persons interested
in working should call the Hillel
Foundation, 3779, or Mel Perlman,

1U' Asronomer
Discovers Star I
Dr. A..l. Maxwell Frst
Spots 'Nova Puppis'
A new star has been discovered. No,!
Sam Goldwyn didn't do it this time.
This star is the real thing and the
honors of. discovery go . to Michigan
men.1
So far as present reports are con-
cerned, the new star, "Nova Puppis,"
is a Michigan nova. It was first re-
ported by Bernhard H. Dawson, at the
La Plata Observatory, Argentina.
Dasntook his PhD in .astronomy at
Michigan several years ago.
Just to keep the honors secure,.it
was found independently by Dr. A. D.
Maxwell of the University Observa-
tory, on the morning of Nov. 11, a few
hours before the arrival of a telegram
announcing Dawson's discovery.
Yesterday four photographs of the'
spectrum. of Nova puppis were ob-
tained by Dr. Maxwell and Dr. D. B.
M4cLaughlin with the 37-inch tele-
scope and spectrograph at the Ulni-
versity Observatory.
According to Dr. McLaughlin, "No-
va are not actually new, but just rep-
resent a violent explosion of gas from
the surface of a star that was pre-
viously quite.faint. A.Nova arises from
its normal faintness to intense bright-
ness in only a few 'days, but usually
takes several years to decline to its
original faint condition."
"Although novae are rather numer-
ous," Dr. McLaughlin said, "this is
one of the brightest in the twentieth
century, and the brightest since Nova
Aquilae which appeared in 1918."
SALVAGE .WARN1K G GIVEN
Mayor Leigh J. Young has ordered
that the saving of tin cans for Ann
Arbor's salvage drive should be done
in basements and not on lawn exten-
sions. A definite collection date will
be announced soon. Collections will
come once or twice a mfonth.
COIRISTIANITY FILM TO RUN
"The Power of God," a Christian
motion picture telling in story form
what Christianity is, will be shown at
8 p. m. today in St. Paul's Lutheran
Church.

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ART CINEMA LEAGUE PRESENTS
"Ntght .5 the M ayas"i
("La Noche de Los Mayas")
Thurs., Fri., Sot., Nov. 12, 13,-14
Winner of the First Prize Award of the Motion
Picture Academy of the Mexican Governrhent
Lydia Mendeissohn Theatre

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Box Office opens
Wed., Nov. 11. 10 a.m.

Tickets
40c (tax included)

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jftlel to Hear Professor Maurer
Prof. Wesley H.,Maurer, of the jour- dam of expression is valid even in
nalism department, will speak on wartime. The talk will be followed by
"Civil Liberties in This War" at 8:30 an informal question and discussion
p. m. today at the Iillel Foundation. period.
Professor Maurer will discuss the The meeting is open to the puplic
question of how much control of free- and there is no admission charge

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TMEJ AlItT CJNEMlA LEA1GUE
presents the Sebceid Program in a series
A Iisioryofthe American Film
Sunday, Nov. 15 7 and 9 P.M.
1te New Yorkltat . 112
e'hrFuitive .......1914
The Clever DmImyv .. 1917
A Fool There Was' . 1914
(All one program)
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE,
Series Tickets 85c (Three programs)
Single Admission: 40c (including tax)
Box Office opens Wednesday, Nov. 11-10 A.M.

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
RATES
Non-Contract
$ .40 per 15-word insertion for
one or two' days. (In-
crease of 106 for each
additional 5' words.)
$1.00 per 15-word insertion for
3 or more days. (Increase
of $.25 for each additional
5 words.)
Contract Rates 'on Request
Our Want-Ad Department
will be happy to assist you in
composing your ad. Stop at the
Michigan Daily -Business Of-
fice, 420 Maynard Street.

LOST and FOUND
LOST: Small silver evening bag with
valuable contents. Reward. Nancy
Filstrup. Phone 2-379.
LOST: Pearl link bracelet at Unioh
last Friday. Finder please call Jean
Campbell, 2-5618. Reward.
LOST-Blue kid purse Saturday-re-
ward. Call Nancy, 2-5579, contents
valuable only to owner.
LAUNDERING
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price.
FOR SALE
PERSONAL STATIONERY. - 100
sheets and envelopes, $1.00. Printed
with' your name and address-'
The Craft Press, 305 Maynard St.
HELP WANTED

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WAR BONDS ISSUED HERE! DAY OR NIGHT

HELP WANTED: Two
ISCELLANEOUSto work in evening
Varsity Laundry, 300,
THESIS BINDING-Mimeographing. -
Brumfield and Brumfield, 308 S. WANTED: Students-
State. male to assist nightc

men students
or afternoon.
S. Fifth.
-male or fe-
cook Saturday

HOURS Is
We close e'very evening ait 9 P.M.

Continuous Shows
'from 1 P.M.

4iAAWRSOSAQj*'sr TlA"P

WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL-
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Co., phone 7112.

and Sunday nights, 8:30 p.m. to
2:00 a.m. 51 cents and 48 cents
per hour. Apply Personnel Office,
University Hospital.

Sunday hours:

9 A.M. to 1 P.M. -5 P.M. to 9 P.M.

NOW! TODAY AND SATURDAY!

Effective Sanday, November 15
Due to the shortage of labor, and our desire to cooperate with
the War Program in conserving light and heat, we have inaug-
urated store hours as indicated. We ask your cooperation.
The Folowing Drug Stores Will Operate On This
New tie Schedule:

Excerpts from HANDEL'S MESSIAH
by the UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
and noted soloists
Under the direction of THOR JOHNSON
three ten-inch and two twelve-inch record s
including the HALLELUJAH CHORUS

CALKINS-FLETCHER
324 S. State St. and
818 S. State St.
CAMPUS CUT-RATE
DRUG STORE
222 S. State St.
CARLSON PHARMACY
1112 S. University Ave.
CRANDELL DRUG STORE

FISCHER
227 E.

GRATTON DRUG STORE
900 S. State St.
KOLANDER'S
DRUG STORE
600 S. Main St.
MARSHALWS
CUT RATE PRUG
7 C r C+A

FHARMACY
Liberty St.

PACKARD PHARMACY
1224 Packard St.
7HE QUARRY
DRUG STORE, Inc.
320 S. State St.
SWIT'S DRUG STORE
340 S. State St.
UlNiVERSITY DRUO CO.
1225 S. University Ave.

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