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TIlE MYIVJI1GAN D4ILY

Players To Star in Last Perf9on ce'

iy CAP Plane'
Volunteer Flying Group
Flight Conducted at
I overnument Request
UJrgently needed experimental
equipment for a war research labora-
tory was recently flown from Cam-
bridge, Ohio to Ann Arbor by a Civil
Air Patrol plane from the Ann Arbor
Courier Station, according to Lt. W. C.
Rufus.
Demonstrating the important role
played by this volunteer flying group
in the war effort, the flight was made
at the government's request. A miss-
ing element in the apparatus waited
shipment by a Cambridge manufac-
turere, but it was necessary that it
ke inspected and approved by a'mem-
ber of the University physics labora-
tory.
The flight covered the less than
200 mile distance between the two
points in less than two hours which
reduced by over four times the length
of the trip by commercial carriers.
A four place Stinson owned by Lt.
Rice made the trip, carrying the
scientist to the Ohio city in order that
he might confer personally with the
manufacturers, and then transport-
ing the piece of critical material and
'the scientist back to Ann Arbor.
If the CAP had not provided the
necessary transportation, a delay
would have resulted that would have
seriously hampered construction of
the needed equipment, Lt. Rufus said.,
- Be A Goodfellow-
,.e .ieWall
:Is Deltinquent
Completing more than a week's
investigation, Arch Wilson, Washte-
naw County Agent, yesterday submit-
ted an 11 page report on the death of
13 year-old Barry Rothstein to Pro-
bate Judge Jay Pray, in which Wilson
stated that Jackie Wall, aged 11, had
committed a delinquent act in the
shooting of young Rothstein.
Judge Pray and Prosecutor Francis
kamman decided that the hearing,
to be held in Probate Court, would be
set for 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 9.
Judge Pray will preside.
-- Be A Goodfellow -
Color Repiroduction
rints To Be Shown
A public display of 1,000 prints of
color reproduction representative of
the Artext Print Inc., dealers in color
reproduction, will be held from 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday in Room B of
the Alumni Memorial Hall.
The reproductions will consist of
paintings from all the schools of Ital-
ian and French art and collections of
oriental and medieval art objects
from the British Museum.

Church Studenit
Groups Plan
For Week-en4
Open Houses, Lectures,
Suppers Are Included
On Youth Programs
Parties. open houses, suppers and
special speakers will be included on
the programs planned this week end
by the various Protestant student
groups.
"An Indoor Track Meet" will be the
theme of the party to begin at 8:30
p.m. today at the Wesley Foundation
(First Methodist Church). At 5 p.m.
tomorrow a supper will be held to be
followed by communion service at 6
p.m.
Ikejiani To Speak

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Pictured above are Blanche Holpar (left) and Pat Mikle tright)
who will be seen in the last performance of "It's Up to You" to be given
by Play Production of the speech department at 8:30 tonight in the

Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
STUDY IN MEXICO:
Awaird Qfierec
Qa, .erer.w

An award of $500 for study and'
travel in Mexico during the sunimer,
of 1944 will go to the winner of the
National Discussion Contest on
Inter-American Affairs, the local
contest of which will be held on,
Feb. 10.
The University will be hosts to the
Central Region contestants for the
first time on March 31. The contest,
sponsored by the Office of the Coor-
dinator on Inter-AmericandAffairs,
is conducted to stimulate widespread
study of Inter-American affairs, and
is opened to all full-time undergrad-
uate students, particularly those in
speech,language, history, govern-
ment, economics land international
relations.
Each institution's representatives
will be selected in a public speaking
and discussion contest. The repre-
sentatives will prepare written
speeches on the subject "The Bases.
for Permanent Cooperation Among.
the American Republics," containing
not more than 1,000 words. The
Conference To'
IDiscuss Problem
Of elinquency
Both adult and youth leaders from
more than 20 .ichigan communities.
will seek answers to the juvenile de-
linquency problem today in an all
day work shop conference at the
League.
Walter Beery, secretary of Gover-
nor Kelly's Youth Committee, will
keynote the meeting at 10 a.m. and
Rose Allen, secretary of the Willow,
Run Recreation' Council, will spcakl
on "Sound Planning."
The meeting is sponsored by the,
Adult Education Association of the
University which has arranged the
conference "to provide amedium
through which ideas from many
quarters can be exchanged.'
The emphasis of the meeting will
be placed on what is actually being
done to aid youth, what types of
recreational programs will best meet
the need, and what contributions
youth itself is making.
The time of the delegates will
largely be devoted to round table
panel discussion groups comparing
notes.
All data of the meeting will be
made available to all Michigan con-
munities to provide a common course
of action against delinquency
throughout the state.
- Be A Goodfellow --

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Featured at the Congregational-
Disciples student meeting to be held
at 5 p.m. tomorrow will be Okechu-
kwu Ikejiani who will speak on "The
Role of the Church in Post-War West
in Africa."
mContest
An informal open house will be
held at 8 p.m. today at the Unitarian
cA ffais Church, E. Huron and S. State. All
students, and servicemen are invited
to join in the games and dancing. Dr.
speech manuscripts will be appraised !". B. Hawes, minister-emeritus of the
by three judges who will be chosen Unitarian Church of Brookline, Mass.,
by the Executive Committee. The will preach on "Those Who Make Ex-
Student, whose manuscript will be cuses" at 11 a. m. tomorrow.
chosen, will participate in the re- Chapel To Hold Services
gional discussion contests, with all
necessary travel expenses paid..The University Lutheran Chapel
The National finals will be held in i bia ew practie of tw
Washington or New York on or about! identical services-at 10 a.m. and 11
April 14, 1944, and will be in the form a.m. tomorrow-to enable all students
of a radio broadcast. n and servicemen who desire it, to wor-
Dr. Kenneth G. Hance, associate ship. The Rev. Alfred Schieps will
r. of Speech, is the director preach on "God HAS Spoken." This
of the contest here. He may be con- schedule is being tried for the re-j
sulted by all interested students for maining Sundays before Christmas,
further information, and if found successful, will be re-
-- Be A Goodfellow --- tained after vacation. The Rev. A.
Pfotenhauer, stationed at Willow
SRun,will speak at the 5:30 p.m. sup-
per meeting held by Gamma Delta
i*(lutheran Chapel) tomorrow.
C urrd,,ula )r FWestminster Student Guild supper
will be held at 6 p.m. tomorrow with
xt S m t Lyn Colby leading the devotions and
Hugh Kennedy speaking on "The
The deans of 12 midwestern and Values of Our Education."
eastern colleges and universities dis- 'The Lutheran Student Associationj
cussed curricula to be offered in next will meet at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow at
year's summer sessions yesterday and Zion Parish Hall. Following the sup-
will continue their meetings in the per, the Rev. H. 0. Yoder,; pastor for
Rackham Building today. Lutheran Students of the American
Those schools which were not able and United Lutheran Councils, will
to send representatives dispatched discuss "When Is Your Faith Chris-
their suggestions by mail so that a tian?"
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A Marine (left) goes over the top of a log barricade on the beach
at Tarawa Island in the Gilberts as others prepare to leave their bridge-
head to storm the Japanese-held airport. The Marines suffered heavy
losses in dead and wounded in taking the two-mile long Atoll.
In the Good fellow Dri'ver' s Seat
INSTRUCTIONS TO GOODFELLOW SALESMEN
1. The salesmen sehedluled to sll at t a.m. are to report to The
Daily office at :15 a.m. Monday for buckets, papers and instructions.
2. Any questions or difficulties should be reported immediately to
the Goodfellow chairman, 2-32-41.
3. Posts may not be eft until a successor appears. Materials are to
be turned over to him. The last salesman leaving the posts at 5 p.m.
should bring his remaining apers and receipts to The Daily office.
4. Periodic collections of rcei ts will be made by the Goodfellow
Committee. Paper stocks will also be replenished at that time.
Behind Main Library: Alha "Delta ncr; : Stockwell Hall

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complete crossection of opinion could
be gained.
The meetings are being held in
closed informal panel groups under
the leadership of Dean Louis Hopkins
of the University summer session.
- Be A Goodfelo -
Cold Epidenic Hits State'
EAST LANSING, Dec. 3.-1P--All
social activities at Michigan State
College were cancelled today for the
week end by order of President John
A. Hannah. The college health de-
partment recommended such a step
because of an "epidemic" of colds
among Army trainees stationed at
the college.

-- Be A Goodfellow'
N\ew Broatdcast
iSeries Begns
A new series of pro rams, "The
Wranglers Club," organized and dir.-
ected by Prof. John L. Brumm, will
be inaugurated at 2 p.m. today over
station WJR of Detroit.
Professors Clarence D. Thorpe,
"nglish; Norman Maier, psychology;
Willard C. Olson, education; Harold
M. Dorr, political science, and Waldo
Abbot, speech, will participate in the
broadcast.

Pi
In Front of Arcade: Alpha Gamma
Delta
Center of Diagonal: Daily
North 'U' Entrance of League:
Alpha Epsilon Phi
Corner North U' and East 'U':
Alpha Phi
Angell Hall Steps: Alpha Xi Delta.
North Entrance to Angeil Hall:
Alpha Omicron Pi
Corner North 'U' and State (Cam-
pus corner): Alpha Chi Omega
Center of Law Quad: Chi Omega
Engineering Arch: Tri Delta
Corner North 'U' and State
(Kresge corner) Daily
Union Steps: gma Delta
Alumni Menorial Hall: Kappa
Delta
Main and Liberty (Northwest cor-
ner): Pi Phi
Front of WAR: Helen Newberry
plain and Liberty (Southeast cor-
ner): Theta
Lane Ilall: Icheldinger House
Main and William iNorthwest cor-
ner): Kappa Kappa Gamma
Hospital: Couzens Hall
Main and William Northwest cor
coucl od
Studenu-Facultyx
Post-War Talk
The Annual Post-War Council
Conference will continue at 2:30 p.m.j
today with a student-fafulty parley
to be held in the Union.
Topic for discussion at the first
session of the parley in Room 316 is,
"The Place of Education and Propa-
ganda in World Organization." Pro-;
fessors participating include Prof.
Claude Eggertson of the School of
Education, Dr. Norman R. F. Maier
of the pyschology department, Prof.j
J. K. Pollock of the political science'
department, Prof. Herewald Price of
the English department and Max
Dresden of the physics department.1
John Condylis. Barbara Greenberg,
Pat McGraw and Nancy Richter

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Main and Williams (SouthwesZt
corner) : Jordan Hall
Main and' luron (Southeast cor-
ner): Geddes House
Main and Ann: Mosher Hall
East Quad: Martha Cook
West Quad: Delta.Gamma
State and Liberty: Sorosis
Maynard and Liberty: Zimmerman
House
-- Be A Goodfellow -
D. ,Blakeman,
Prediets Events
1943.IDesignated '.as
umninIg Point of War
"The latter half,.of 1943 is likely to
go down as a turning point in human
history.",Dr. Edward W. Blakeman,
counselor in religious education, said
yesterday in a talk given before the
West Side Woman's Club.
Among the mostsignificant devel-
opments in recent months, he pointed
cut, were the following: the Food and
Relief Conference at Atlantic; the
Mscow pronouncements; the adop-.
ti'on of Patterns of Peace by repre-
sentatives of three great faiths
Jews, Catholics, and Protestants; and
the recent cooperation between the
Anglican Church and the Moscow
Patriarchates which is indicative of
'a new epoch in reilgious freedom, at
least symbolically, Dr. Blakeman
stated.
The Moscow declarations, he main-
tained, accomplished at a stroke, sev-
eral needed actions-it put inter-
national interest into the Senate; it
introduced the State Department be-
fore Congress directly, it assured the
four power collaboration; and it
warned Europe that the retribution
to be measured out to the makers of
war will not be visited upon innocent
populations.
It is now possible, Dr. Blakeman
asserted, for goodwill and genuine
hope to be exercised not only by the
men who believe in One World or in
The People's Century, but also by the
more practical and conservative citi-
zens of scores of nations directly con-
cerned.
--- Be A Goodfellow -
Four-Dy Teaching
3ission Will Open
The Rev. Alan G. Whittemore, su-
perior of the Episcopal Order of the
Holy Cross, will lead a four-day
Teaching Mission to open at 7:30 p.m.
tomorrow in St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church.
Other sessions, which may be at-
tended by all interested students,
townspeople and servicemen, will be
held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday.
The topic of the Mission is "What
Has Christianity to Say: to Our
World, to Our Nation, and to Our-
selves?"

SATURDAY, DEC. 4, 1943
VOL. LIV No. 28
All notices for the Daily Official Bul-
letin are to be sent to the Office of the
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.
Notices

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paratory work in Latin and in both
Latin and Greek, as described in the
bulletin on scholarships, a copy of
which may be obtained in Room 1,
University Hall. The e~xamination
will be held this year on December
9, in a room and at an hQur to be
determined by the mutual oonveni-
ence of the contestants. Interested,
students are urged to leave. their
names with Professor Copley or Dr.
Pearl, 2026 A. H., or with Dr. Ray-
ment, 2030 A. H.

Notice in re University Property

creaeofr$2or eaays.ch J F od H landlhior Removed from the City or off Uni-
additional 5 words.) versity Property: Any University rep-!
Conrason Request resentative having charge of Univer-
Contract Rates ItIo e.ueIszused sity property should give notice in
advance to the Inventory Clerk, Bus-
LOSTFUL ulmess Office, University Hall, when
Tand F _NDectrsStrs such property is to be taken outside
LOST - brown billfold - valuable Wartime Problems the City of Ann Arbor or off Uni-E
papers. Reward. Call 2-2317. Alan versity, property for use in any Uni-
Holcombe. The 'U' Health Service and the Ann versity project. A loss recently oc-
Arbor City Health Department will curred on which the University had
FOUND: Grey rabbit fur mitten. Am sponsor, tWo lectures on the funda- no insurance because of the fact thatI
interested in meeting owner. Will mental principles of food handling no notice had been given to the In-
she please call Norman Nitschke at to be held on Tuesday, Dec. 7 and 14 ventory Clerk that such property had
2-3779. in the auditorium of, the W. K. Kel- been taken to the location where it
logg Bldg. was in use, and the property wasI
alligator purse at League Nov. 25 "Because of the war situation more therefore not covered by the ihsur-
please mail, at least, identification people are eating out in soda foun- ance policy. Shirley W. Smith
tains, restaurants and factory cafe--
cardtCooaddress: Anita Gileo, Mar terias 'than ever before," Melborn' To the Members of the University
Murphy, sanitary chairmIan at Health Senate: The first regular meeting of
WANTED Service, said. "This increased, activity the University Senate will be held in
in food handling and the correspond- the Rackham Amphitheatre on Mon-
WANTED - 2 students to work for ing shortage of food handlers has
their board and room. Apply at created a problem in public health" day, Dec.20 at 4:15 p.m.
Residence Halls Office-201 South Even in peacetime health officers Louis A. Hopkins,
Wing. found thAt ipaintenance of adequate Secretary, University Senate
standards in food sanitation requires-
MISCELLANEOUS constant supervision, he said. But The Faculty of the College of Lit-
during wartiMe, intelligent coopera- erature, Science and tihe Arts will
MIMEOGRAPHING: thesis binding. tion between proprietors, employees, meet in Room 102r, Angell Hall, on
Brumfield and Brumifield, 308 'health officials and the public is Ionday, Dec. 6, at 4:10 p.m.I
State. necessary. Notices of this meeting and the!
OR SALE Murphy urges all persons con- proposed agenda and reports have
ORSAL _ ____cerned with food service and those been distributed through campus
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Faculty of the Colege of Literature, compose the student board for this
Science, and the Arts: The five-week session.
freshman progress reports are due The second session of the parley in
today in the Academic Counselors' Room 318 will deal with "Types of

Office. 108 Mason Hall.
. Officers of the following organiza-{
tions, please call the Michiganensian
editorial office this morning: Tau'
Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sig-
I ma, Alpha Lambda Delta, Michi-
gamua, Driids, Sphinx, Vulcans, Tri-
F angles, Alpha Phi Omega, Theta Sig-
ma Phi, Alpha Nu, Athena, Inter-
Fraternity Council, Men's Cqngress,
Sigma Alpha Iota, Men's Glee Club,f
Mu Phi Epsilon, Bureau of Appoint-
ments, Union Student Organization,
Men's Judiciary.

World Organization." Dr. E. W.
Blakeman, Religious Counselor, Dr.
Jan Hostie, lecturer for the Univer-
sity War Training Program. Prof.
Wilbur Humphreys of the English
department and Prof. Preston Slos-
son of the history department are
the professors participating. Lor-
raine Naum, Martin Shapero. Joyce
Siegan, and Harvey Weisberg com-
pose the student board.
Marjorie Cavins, Parley Chairman.
announced that today's parley would
be open to all. "Students who are
anxious to thrash out among them-
selves and with faculty men the prob-
lems which we will face in the future
will find ample opportunity."
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Graduating Seniors in Aeronauti-
cal, Civil, and Mechanical Engineer-
ing: Mr. Wesley J. ennessy, Direc-
tor of Engineering Training of the
Grumman Aircraft Engineering Cor-
poration, Bethpage, L.I., N.Y., will be
in Ann Arbor all day Monday, Dec. 6.
to interview seniors who will grad-
uate in the early part of 1944. Inter-
views will be held in Room 3205 East
Engineering Building. Interested sen-
iors will please sign the Interview
Schedule sheet posted on the Bulle-
tin Board near Room B-47 East En-

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