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PAGE TWO.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOV. 22, 1942

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Mikulich, 2-3189. Reward.
HELP WANTED
PART-TIME student help, no
evenings. Miller's Dairy St(
S. University.

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ing by phoning Claude H.
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Highlights
On Camps ...
FRENCH CLUB
An evening of entertainment is
ma Phi store for all French Club members
ll John the next meeting of Le Cercle Fra
cais at 8:15 Tuesday in the Union
- Warner Heineman, '43BAd, E
Russel, '44, Constance Taber, '44, S
ly Levy, '43, and Peg Batchelor,
ons and I stars of last years French play"
ore, 1219 Belle Aventure" will reenact a f
outstanding scenes from this come
Another feature on the program
be Johanna Reischer who will pla
guitar and sing popular French son
aphin* * *
308 S. COOPERATIVE FORUM
"The Rochdale Principles and
War" will be the topic of an all-
d cloth- operative forum to be held at 5
Brown, p.m. today at the Robert Owen C
operative House. All co-op mem
and others interested are invited
~AVEL- attend the discussion.
pebbles.
7112. AVUKAH
Avukah, student Zionist organi
-. tion, will present a group of mov
darned on Palestine at a meeting at 8 p.m.
day in the Hillel Foundation.
The showing of the films will
followed by a program of Palestin
[ORDAN singing and dancing. Refreshme
women's will be served. The meeting is o
Opposite to the public.
ASME MOVIE
"The Inide of Arc Welding," a:
length, technicolor sound picture,
be shown in 318 Michigan Un
when the student branch of1
American Society of Mechanical E
gineers meet at 7:30 p.m.
This educational feature dem
strates with animated charts a
drawings modern arc welding proc
ures. This is an open meeting and a
engineers interested in the subji
may attend.
At the State ...
An exciting newspaper ya
fraught with comedy and rxcitem
makes its local bow today at the St
Theatre when Warner Bros. new f
"You Can't Escape Forever" op
The picture features George Br
and Brenda Marshall in the starr
roles.
Brent plays the role of a ma:
ging editor who is compelled to t
over the love-lorn column when
gets his paper in a jam by allow
his suspicious to get the better of
judgment.
Miss Marshall, as a reporter,
herself into the same sort of trou
before and was handed the colu
as a reward; now that both h
much in common Brent gets her
help him in his efforts to expose
town's leading racketeer and perh
bring about his own vindication.
help does just that and she beco
his wife.
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Pushing along the coastal road (upper arrow) in Tunisia, the British
First Army, supported by crack American units, was reported within
35 miles of the Axis-held French naval base at Bizerte, Berlin acknowl-
edging-skirmishes near Tabarka. Southward, in two companion thrusts,
the Allied forces presumably were striking toward the Kairouan area
and Nazi-held Gabes in twin :moves to cut off the Axis in the Bizerte-
Tunis area and eventually to move on to Tripoli. French troops (tricolor
symbol) have opened their own offensive against the Axis occupying
forces, still being reinforced by air (planes) from Sicily.

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Eric DeLamarter, former associate
nductor of the Chicago Symphony
rchestra and at present visiting pro-
ssor of music at the University, will
ad the 56 members of the Univer-
ty Symphony Orchestra in their
rst concert of the year at 8:30 p.m.
day in the Lydia Mendelssohn The-
re.
Dr. DeLamarter has planned a par-
a classic and partial modern pro-
am, including the "Georgian Rhap-
dy," for cello and orchestra, by
cherepnine in which Prof. Hanns
ek of the music school faculty will
soloist. This is believed to be the
st presentation of this work by an
chestra in the United States.
Another highlight of the concert
ill be the performance-of the "Con-

Allies Advance in .T-

Tunisia"

University Symphony Orchestra
Will Offer First Co ncert Today

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SSunday at the Wolverine
209 SOUTH STATE
Special Chickcn Dinner from 12:15 to 2:00 o'clock
(GUESTS INVITED) Price 65c
Soup: Cream of Gizert Soup or
Choice of: Tomato juice Apple Juice Grapefruit Juice
APPETIZERS
Hearts of Celery Ripe Olives Stuffed Olives
Sweet Pickles Dill Pickles Radishes
ENTRES
FRIED SPRING CHICKEN MASHED POTATOES
GRILLED BEEF TENDERLOIN FRENCH'FRIED POTATOES
SALADS VEGETABLES
Hearts of Lettuce Fresh Shoestring Beans
Fruit Salad Green Peas
Hot Rolls Assorted Bread
Dessert: Ice Cream

certo Grosso" which will be conducted
personally by the composer David Van
Vactor.
The other works to be performed
include the overture to "Fingal's
Cave" by Mendelssohn, the fifth sym-
phony of Schubert and the Torch
Dance from "Henry VIII" of German.
Publishing difficulties have again
delayed the Michigan Technic, but
the printers havepromised the maga-
zine for next Wednesday, Bill Hutch-
erson, '43E, editor, announced yester-
day.
Featured for the first time will be
an ethical question contest.

-ON SCREEN ---

THE KAY KWIRE
The JUVELY'S, Jugglers
ROSS & BENNETT
BETTY LEE
Their spirits are willing-
to lead you to the laugh
show of your lifetime!

the
En- VIOLIN, PIANO CONCERT
With a concert featuring the works
on- of Mozart, Schubert and Debussy,
nd Gilbert Ross, violinist and Mabel Ross * * *
ed- Rhead, pianist, will offer the last inTo Ann Arbor
ny their present series of programs at day'sANews
ect 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Lydia Men- In Summary
delssohn Theatre.
GAS RATIONING...
More than 1,500 Ann Arbor drivers
r ,'11rfailed to obtain gasoline rationing
bcks during the basic three day reg-
istration period ending Friday night,
school officials in charge of registra-
I tion, reported yesterday.
At the Michigan . .Rationingtarts December 1 and
irn, Herbie Kay and his band come to motorists who missed their first regis-
ent the Michigan Theatre stage today for tration opportunity must wait at least
ate a two-day engagement. On the screen until December 2, County School
Ilm is the newest Laurel and Hardy film, Commissioner Julius W. Haab
ens. "A-Haunting We Will Go." warned. On and after this date, lax
ent Featured with Kay are Lorraine motorists may sign up in the old
ing Day, Ben Purnell and the Kay Kwire Chamber of Commerce building at 200
and Kay Kwartette. Added acts in- North Fourth street, he said.
na- elude the Juvelys in a juggling act,
ake Ross and Bennett in "No Sense and USO-COMMUNITY FUND ...
he Nonsense," and Betty Lee in her Musi- Ann Arbo's sweeping USO-Com-
ing cal Interpolations. munity Fund drive topped its record
his The "Haunting" film is a typical high goal by more than $13,000 which
slapstick Laurel and Hardy film with will be divided among the two causes,
got the mystification of Dante, the magi- campaign officials announced last
able cian, to add to the humor of the flick. night.
mn The tricks played on the boys by
ave Dante could only happen in the mov-
to les, but will bring laughter to the
the most serious college audience. The
aps feminine lead is played by ravishing
Her Sheila Ryan who does a lot of roman-
mes cing with John Shelton during the
picture.
If you want a hit
to leave you limp
with laughter
and agog with
thrills-this
show is a
pushover
to do it Aw
cat the UNION!
GEORGE
YOUR
E" TIME BRENDA
orn you out, try bowling
and good exercise. Get in vWARNER BROS.
and gettotexerci.Gewith GENE LOCKHART-
and get into the swing Screen Play by Fred
vening well spent at the
CJ_ .e

ONE NIGHT ONLY
Wednesday, December 2nd
(G EuiN ,at 8:15 Sharp)
GTHRIE McCL.INTIC preserru
TE'1942 PRZE-WINNING :
COMEDY HIT
By ISABEL EIGHTONa BdERTRA 2.LOC-
With. ANN ANDREWS
OUR SIDES ACHE YET FROM LAUGHING'-VYi//m'kf;'w
Orchestra $2.75 - $2.20 - $T5 MAIL
Bcilcony $1.65 -$1.1 - 83c ODR
Seat Sale Sarts November 24/NO
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