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Allied Air Force Aid
Line Is Held Firm
By The Associated Press
LONDON, Dec. 12 (Sunday)-The
Turkish radio said in a broadcast
early today that the Soviet govern-
ment had decided to recognize Mar-
shal Josip Broz' (Tito's) Partisan
Yugoslav government as the legal
representative of that country instead
of King Peter's regime.
The broadcast recorded by the Bri-
tish Ministry of Information camne
amid increasing signs of British and
American aid to the Partisan leader,
already the recipient of the bulk of
Allied supplies going into Yugoslavia,
as against his rival, Gen. Draja Mi-
hailovic, War Minister under King
Peasants Hold Line
Marshal Broz' peasant army, which
has breasted for a week the full shock
of a heavy German offensive, was re-
ported holding firm in the most im-
portant area of Slovenia athwart the
enemy's Fiume-Trieste supply head
Jn the upper Adriatic.
Meanwhile, a broadcast appeal
from Tito's headquarters urging all
Yugoslavs to leave enemy-held towns
and localities "as the Allied Air Force
is helping the operations of Yugo-
slav units" focused attention on the
slow but. steady rise of this Balkan
"third front" to a more conmlanding
place in the whole Allied grand war
(The British radio said today that
"during the past three weeks Allied
} air support for the Yugoslav Parti-
sans has been continuous" and re-
ported that "a Partisan leader at Al-
lied force headquarters has expressed
to the press his appreciation of Al-
lied support." The broadcast, record-
ed in New York by CBS, said that
"Allied liaison with Yugoslav forces
is maintained daily.")
Armenians To Meet
The Armenian Students Associa-
tion will hold a meeting today from
3 to 5 p.m. at the International
Center of the Michigan Union.
Evacuated Russian Children el p
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STR ATF( EV FLW J'ICTO R V:
Allied Leaders Now Settling
Qiiestions of Invasion Tactics
S'U' Quiz Program
The second session of the "Wrang-
ler's Club" of the University was
broadcast yesterday over WJR.
The half hour round table and
quiz program is led by Prof. John L.
Brumm. The broadcast; this week
featured Professors Norman R.. Maier,
psychology; Willard C. Olson, educa-
tion; Clarence D. Thorpe.English and
Harold M. Dorr, political science.
P y '" fe Asso"iated Pres
WASHINGTON, Dec. 11. - The
War's greate t mystery- -when and
where the invasion han ners of An-
0lo-American forces will strike--ap-
parent ly drew nearer a solution today
with Allied leaders laying the final
pieces in the military jig-saw puzzle.
Latest reports from the White
house discloed that President Roose-
velt has unfolded the details of the
newly conceived victory strategy to
heis Allied Commander in North Af-
rica and Italy, General Dwight D.1
Eisenhower. thus readying the stage
for at least one of the blows to bek
aimed at Germany from the south,
east and west.
The belated report of the Roose-
velt - Eisenhower conference came
from Major George E. Durno, former
White House correspondent traveling
with the President.
"Mr. Roosevelt," he said. "con-
structed a final and complete pic-
i ,re for Eisenhower at Carthage, ap-
ori ing him of the myriad details
Sgdeed Upon by the joint staff te
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Helping a Russian collective farmer in the fiell near Kirov are Russian children removed from Len-
ingrad during the siege.
V -12 Officer
LI. C. E. Ilighlen, assistant execu-
tive officer for the V-12 unit here, has
been granted a leave from Wednes-
day through Saturday to attend the
American Vocation Association Con-
Lt. Highlen, who came here on May
29, has been in the Navy for nine
months. Before entering the service
he served as coordinator of appren-
tice training for the public schools in
Previous to this position he served
as supervisor of trade and industrial
education for the state of Michigan
and as exhibits manager for Michi-
gan Industrial Education Society du-
ring the ten years befo-e his entrance
into the Navy.
Searchf Ior Off endet'
Is Still in Prog es
Police yesterday reported no prog-
ress in their search for an unidenti-
fied man who purposely knocked
down a coed on her way home to
Mosher Hall Friday night,
Charlotte MacMullan, '45SM, said
she was walking along Huron Street
with two friends when the man ran
out from behind a filling station at
the corner of Forest and Huron and
knocked her down. She described
him as between 18 and 21 years old
and about five feet five inches tall.
He was wearing what appeared to be
a military field jacket and was bare-
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Hailed as being even greater than
the stage play, the motion picture
version of the all-soldier musical,
Irving Berlin's "This Is the Army,"
produced for the benefit of the Army
Relief Fund, will open at the Michi-
The entire company of 350 soldiers
who appeared in the musical on
Broadway play their original roles
in the picture, which also includes
material from Berlin's, "Yip, Yip,
Red Skelton and dancing Eleanor
Powell are teamed once more in "I
Dood TI," the gay musical comedy
which opens at the State today.
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wears his customers' clothes to pose
as a "man about town." Miss Powell
is a musicl comedy star whom he
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