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PAGW TWO

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St'?fr1b nI1e* l9' 1943 :1.

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Church Groups
Will Hold Yule
Parties Today
Prograns of Caroling,
Reading, Pageant, Tea,
Supper, To, e Givei
Readings by Rev. William Lemon,
a solo by Corp. William Adams and
group caroling will be featured at
the Christmas program of the West-
minster Guild at 7 p.m. today. Sup-
per and fellowship hour will precede
the meeting.
At the Wesleyan Guild rooms Dr.
Charles. Brashares will read the
Christmas story, "A Town Is Born"
at a p.m. following the supper.
After the "Messiah," the Williams
Guild will return to the Guild House
for a program of Christmas music at
5 pAn. Gamma Delta, who will be
'host to the Wayne University chapter
today, will bring their guests back to
the church at 5:45 p.m. for supper
adlcaroling.
The annual holiday tea of the Con-
gregationalDisciples Guild will be
l1%j from 6 p.m. to.7:30 p.m. today at
t0e Guidi ouse. The Lutheran. Stu-
dr Association is planning its1
qlwistxnas program for 5:30 p.m. in
2n Parish Hall with readings and
crps&
Unitarians will present a Christ-c
>as pageant at the service thisj
'g.pning and will hold a parish din-
r4er at 1,:15 p.m. A CarolService will
be. given at the Episcopal Church
a.. 7:30 p.m. tonight with rfresh-
'xnts following.
Students of St. Mary's Chapel will
have no program this Sunday, al-
though it was announced that a mid-1
night mass will be held Friday, Dec.'
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LOST and FOUND
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a twenty, a ten, a five, and 5 ones,
in a small roll. Please return to
Pvt. James Harvin, 210 Lloyd
House, West Quad. Reward.
LOST-Notebook and Spanish text
book at Hill Auditorium Tuesday
night. Notes particularly valuable
to owner. Daytime call, Mrs. Heyn,
2585; evenings 26115.
LOST'-A brown leather purse at Hill
Auditorium. Reward. Call Mari-
anne Kennedy, 7225.

Nature Plays Tricks

TO GO OVERSEAS:.
Music Professor Prepares
For Position with Red Cross.
By KITTY BOBRECKER obtainables as laundry and bath soap,
"One army foot locker and a suit- leather to resole shoes, also heel caps
One army foot locker and a suit- and nails, four pairs of shoes, a mZ-
case which is portable for five miles
imi of tur d~7P mi --f hn, ad

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Come Oiit Toda,
NROTC Cadet lNyipc

OFFICIAL !SSUING AGENCY HERE
Bond~s sssud Prry or Ni r hr
Shows; Continual: ') fom 1 P.M
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The two and one-half inch snow-
fall that blanketed Charleston, S.C.,
made WAVE Shirley Caldwell of
Watertown, Coin., feel right at
home. It was the first time, how-
ever, she ever hid behind a palm
tree for a snowball battle.
Paper Drive
e ts Tons

are the total amount of equipment lln u wU UULeIipansor noseIU n
which the Red Cross permits us to 12 blouses are listed specifically- as-
carry overseas," said Miss Louise E. necessary equipment.
Cuyler, assistant professor of theory Indicative of the more serious part
inteSchool of Music, who is leaving'
in the of Red Cross service, though, is the
for Red Cross overseas duty.
'Shall I take my red dress. is no fact that one is on his feet at least
longer the question,' she said in an 12 hours of the day, the remaining.
interview yesterday. time being spent the same way usual-
Busy with the problems of packing ly.
for her new adventure, Miss Cuyler No indication of her destination is
carefully enumerated the required given by the Red Cross, Miss Cuyler.
articles which she will take with her said. ' But is she is sent to Iceland,
for Red Cross overseas duty as as- fur equipment will be supplied, or if
sistant program director in some for- to the tropics, three extra seersucker
eign club. Because of shortages uniforms will be issued at the port
abroad Lt the various posts, such un- of embarkation. Two regulation uni-
forms are supplied, and all' civilian
clothes must be placed in one's bed-
pa kding roll.
I'II ''' The Red Cross is the most selective
of all the American services," Miss
Cuyler said, "as it will not consider
applicants without a college degree
P '.tv 1and a major in some field pertaining

Filled with everyth1ing friv hor
stories to bus and ta ili ;1:heduics.
the V-12 Banner. a 10-page mimeo
graphed paper published by Nay pr-
sonnel, will be distributed to saoSorn
on the Ship toda.
Robert W. Clark. NROTC cade .
editor of the Banner. said the paper
will contain news and features of in-
terest to all sailors stationed here.
A special Christmas greeting from
Capt. R. E. Cassidy. commanding o -
ficer of the V-12 unit, is one of the
headline attractions in this issue.
Two short stories. "Three Sailors on
Christmas Eve" and "And We Think
the Navy Physical Fitness Tests Are
Tough," are included in the paper
together with a column. "Relxin'
with Jackson."
The train and bus schedules are put
in for the convenience of sailors leav-
ing Ann Arbor on Tuesday and Wed-
nesday, Clark said.
ments are from 25-40 years. Good
salaries are a noticeable feature of
the work.

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STARTS TODAY! TWO FEATURES
AND
THEIR
F U NN IEST!
YOU TOO CAN
oDANCEwjoy
--to HOp Wit4 GLEE!
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R IMatt Bi
argafet Dumont, Allan Lane
Also
LATEST NEWS OF THE DAY

Approximately 45 tons of waste 'I
paper in the form of old newspapers -
and magazines were collected from
dormitories, league houses, fraterni- At the State
ties and cooperatives on campus Fri- Walt Disney's, "Victory Through
day, George H. Gabler, chairman of Airpower," and "The Dancing Mas-
the Washtenaw County Salvage Com- ters," starring Laurel and Hardy, is
mittee, said yesterday. the double feature bill which starts
The one-week drive was held in a week long run at the State today.
cooperation with the War Production Major Alexander P. de Seversky,
Board in order to help replenish the famous air strategist, is the author
low stocks of paper mills. The mills o the best selling book from which
rwMr. Disney adapted his film. It isa
use waste paper as the basic rawcombination live action and ani-
material in the production of card-ds
board boxes and paper sheathing for2 mated cartoon feature which runs
shpmet o wa gods o te amed72 minutes. Filmed in technicolor,
shipment of war goods to the armed it is as informative as it is amusing.
forces overse as. The picture advocates long range
{ demolition warfare by land baseel
planes on Axis supply and production
centers as the quickest and surest
ADVEHTISLN4G way of winning the war for the
"The Dancing Masters" finds
Laurel and Hardy as the heavy-on-
LOST-Slender, gold linked bracelet. their-feet, light-in-the-head owners
Reverse side, silver. Please return of a dancing studio. When their star
to Hilda Marsh, Martha Cook. pupil Trudy Marshall appeals to the
- - - - boys for help in getting her sweet-
LOST-Large, dark brown purse; last heart, Robert Baily, accepted by her
seen in Michigan League Record adamant parents, the boys go to her
Room. Return keys and driver's rescue.
license to League Desk.

to recreational work." Age require=

"Saytf
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With a
t ard"
Greetings aren't rationed, so make up for the other Clhlristmas
shortages by sending cteerful Greetings for Christmas and the
New Year to all your friends and relatives.
Don't DELAY; do it TOI)A Y
Francisco & Boyce
723 N. University 221 South Fourth
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Saturday!

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DON'T LET THE AXIS HAVE OUR

TAXES!

BUY WAIR BONDS-INVEST IN VICTORY

LOST-Dec. 17, black Schaeffer pen.
Initials D.W.G. on clip. Call 6866.
LOST-Brown striped Schaeffer pen.
Call 2-3119,Rut- Ribback. Re-
ward.

At the Michigan
"Hi Diddle Diddle," the- new com-
edy starring Adolph Menjou and
Martha Scott is the new screen fare
which opens at the Michigan today.
"Featuring in its fine supporting
cast such performers as Billie Burke,
Dennis O'Keefe and June Havoc the
picture marks the return of Pola
Negri, famous star of. silent pictures.

LOST - Gold
School ring;
ward. Marie

Hamtramck High
initials M.L.G. Re-
Glucksman. 4701.

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MIMEOGRAPHING: thesis binding.
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State.
FOR SALE
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Java ricebirds, parrakeets, $5 each.
Zebra finches, $5 pair. Cages, $1
up. 562 S. 7th, 5330.
FOR SALE--Deluxe tudor 1939 Ford
-radio, heater; five excellent pre-
war tires. 1333 Washtenaw.

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