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SUNMY, 1MA.Y 7, 1IM

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CHINESE SYMPOSIUM:
Dr.Huang To Discuss Medical
Conditions in China Tuesday

Medical conditions in China will be
the topic of the third symposium on
China to be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
in the International Center.
The speaker at the symposium will
be Dr. C. S. Huang of the department
of thoracic surgery in the University
Hospital. Dr. Huang was born in
China and was graduated from the
Peiping Union Medical College, which
is supported by the Rockefeller Foun-
dation. He has had many years of
medical experience in China, having
been a nember of the Peiping Union
Medical College staff for a number of
years and also served on the staff of
a hospital in Shanghai. After his
work here is completed Dr. Huang

expects to return to China.
Guest chairman for the evening
will be Dr. Charles L. Pannabecker
of the Department of Ophthalmol-
ogy. He has had 15 years of medical
experience in China and returned to
the United States in September, 1941.
He was in a town in north China
near Peiping before leaving the coun-
try.
In announcing the symposium, Dr.
Esson M. Gale, director of the Inter-
national Center, said that it would
probably be of interest to both people
interested in China and to medical
students on campus for, he said,
almost all types of medical problems
can be found in China.

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U JA D... *1 .*~ $Adult Education Detroit Truck Driver Arraigned
(Conue from Page Co ere ceJToJohn Barnett, 33-year-old Detroit tp the hospital.A passenger in Keihi's
15, will be 'supervised by Henrietta truck driver, was arraigned yesterday dar, Meredith Gillam, 28 years old,
a d Aud Ruben on a charge of manslaughter in cn- 1529 Kimberly, was reported serious-
stein, '44, co-chairmen of the local . 171 e H eldere nection with a fatal accident April ly ijured,
UJA committee. 26 at the intersection of Stadium and
The funds collected for the UJA The Adult Educational Institute Packard, Washtenaw County Prose-
will be divided among its vaious will hold its 12th annual conference cutor Francis W. Kamman said. Election To Be Held
agencies whose activities are aimed w sponsored by the University Exten- Barnett, who pleaded not guilty in By ihD e
at the rescue of as many as pos- / ,sion Service and the Michigan State municipal court to the manslaughter
sible of the remaining Jews in Eur Federation of Women in Ann Arbor, charges, will be examined May 26. He Members of Michigan Dames wi
ope, the settlement of these and May 16, 17 and 18 and in Traverse was charged by police with driving meet at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday in the
other refugees in Palestine and the City, May 23, 24 and 25. the truck Awned by Trucking, Inc., Russian Tea Room of the League for
United States and aiding Jews in The meetings in Ann Arbor are to of Detroit, which collided with an a general election. As guest speaker,
liberated areas. be divided each day into three groups automobile driven by Gerald Keihl, Mrs. Martha Agnew Wentworth, In-
The Joint Distribution Committee of lectures during the morning and 25 years old, of Darlington. structor in the School of Music, will
in its 30th year of service, last year a panel discussion in the afternoon. Keihl died before he could be taken discuss "Early American Music."
assisted more than 900,000 persons First a book will be reviewed and ------ ---------________
scattered throughout the world and then a lecture on some aspect of the
through special arrangement with the war and of education will follow.
USSR, medical and relief supplies are The members of the Adult Educa-
being sent by the JDC to Asiatic Rus- tion Institute are club women from
sia for non-Sectarian distribuition. all over Michigan. Each club enrolls -
The JDC also has brought relief to as a group and pays a fee of $2
the Jews of the liberated areas of Associated Press Photo which is counted as the dues of every
North Africa and Italy and plans to THESE BOMBS-which have just woman.
continue this work with the invasion left the bomb bays of heavy bomb-
of the continent. This , agency has ers of the Mediterranean Allied Air
lately been active in rescuing Jews Forces, are following others into a Da
from the Balkan nations and trans- the target below-the Fischamed"/
porting them to Palestine, the United Markt fuselage and component fac-
States and Canada. tory where ME 109 fighter planes (Continued from Page 1)
As Palestine Jews are manufactured. gan, Nancy Reber, Virginia Rock, >
_____ ____Orris Mills and Prof. F. N. Menefee, r
The JDC in conjunction with the -faculty director.
United Palestine Appeal is aiding in A total of $3,809 has already been
the full mobilization for the war ef- Cold To e Topic contributed or pledged by Ann Arbor
fort of the 600,000 Palestinian Jews, residents, faculty members, Detroit-
18,000 of which are in the British ers and factories. Prof. Menefee
armies and many of whom work in pointed out that the committee hoped :.MRS. MINIVER ROSE
Palestine's 600 war factories or on to raise $1,500 from the Tag Day HOTHOUSE ROSE
the farms, producing food for home Lucretia Saunders and Cecilia Con- campaign itself. ROSY FUTURE
consumption and export. In the near rath, both members of Professor The camp, which will operate for BRIGHT FORECAST
future the United Palestine Appeal Abbott's speech class of public health eight weeks from July 3 to Aug. 25, (a rose by another ramr)
will help settle 31,000 new immigrants school studen s, will hold an inter-will offer an opportunity for students
in Palestine and expect a greater in- vie odsus"heCmo od'tor gain practical experience in social
flux at the close of hostilities. at 2:35 p.m. over Station WKAR work. Regular courses in counselling, ,
The National Refugee Servicetomorrow mental hygiene and group behavior
since 1933, has played a major role Professor Lowell J. Carr, director will be taught by experts in the field.
in integrating the 279,000 refugees of the Willow Run Study project, will Credit will be offered to all those who
of all faiths who have fled Europe discuss the suggestions made to curb are accepted as counsellors for the
in American economy and i our the rise in juvenile delinquency at the summer.
war effort. recent meeting of the Governors "Now more than ever, with the
Youth Guidance Advisory Council in juvenile delinquency rate increasing,
The National Jewish Welfare Board Lansing at 2:40 p.m. tomorrow overitsimoantodsmehgfr
is one of the six affiliated agencies of the same station. Dr. Donald E. Har- the boys in the metropolitan area.
the United Service Organizations gis of the University Extension Ser- It's not their fault that they are
(USO) and i addition is the central vice will also take part in the pro- neglected. The camp may be called
Jewish agency in the United States gram. an 'experiment in human relation-
directing YMHA's, Jewish Commun- A news broadcast, produced by the ships,'" Prof. Menefee said.
ity Centers and maintaining welfare University News Service, will also be Twelve University professors are
workers in Army camps in this coun- heard on Monday afternoon follow- serving on the Fresh Air Camp com-
try and in the major theatres of ing the Youth Problems program on mittee along with businessmen of To give you that radiant Rosy Look-your choice of
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roughly one-fifth of the THRUHY ERVPC EC;:. AL SR.iC
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n campus vital to the establishment
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the Engineering Council.
Although there are very
few law students on cam-
pus, the engineers and law-
yers again were up to their
old publicity tricks. The
slide rule disappeared'about
a year ago-rumors indi-
cate that the lawyers are
responsible for the theft-
the engineers wish that the
lawyers would be good lit-
tle boys , and return their
treasured slide rule. The
plans for the by-play had
reached such a degree of
completeness by Friday
morning that the engin-
eers were able to announce
that they expected the
awvers to return the slide

FOR GRADUATING sen-
iors this June, the cart
will not precede the horse.
Commencement exercises
were first scheduled for
June 17 after which stu-
dents would take examin-
ations. Students objected,
218 of them signed a peti-
tion asking that the date
for commencement exer-
cises be advanced a week.
First of all, they said, com-
mencement means little if
students stil have to look
forward to final examina-
tions and secondly, parents
cannot be expected to come
to the exercises and then
return a week later to take
the students home. So

time foi the gr
ceremonies.
* * *
THE POST-WA:
CIL took a poll or
last week. The
tion "A downward
of the America
would benefit i
groups of Ameri
sums and produce
ly as much as
benefit groups o:
consumers and p
brought affirmativ
negative responseE
total of 426 studen
William Palmer o:
onomics departmi
"It is gratifying
that more thar

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