THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1945
AROUND THE CLOCK WITH WPAG
11:10-Al & Lee Reiser.
11:15-Parson's Grist Mill.
11:30-Farm & Home Hour.
1:15-Salute To The Hits.
1:45-D. Lamour & D. Mc-
2:45-Ray Bloch's Orch.
4:30-Ranch Boys & Betty
4:45--Misch Borr & Orch.
6:15-David Rose & Orch,
6:55-Flashes from Life.
7:25-Band of the Week.
7 :30--Leo P. Meyers.
8:15-Put & Take It.
Written, student enactedl
A call has been issued by the
Textbook Lending Library, which
loans textbooks to students unable
to buy them for one semester, as it
needs more books, and asks students
to turn in books they are finished
with at the end of this semester.
Books may be borrowed from the
Library by any student recommended
by the dean of his college or by an'
academic counselor. Books may be
renewed after one semester provided
they have riot been carelessly handl-
The Library, which was begun in
May, 1937, is housed in Angell Hall
Study Hall and has a collection of
over a thousand books. This collec-
tion has been made possible by dona-
tions from students of books and
Any books that will benefit other
college students who might not oth-
erwise be able to secure them should
be left in the Study Hall.
Dean Walter asku that you "please
give the library a thought when you
are disposing of texts for which you
no longer have any use.''
Cadarette To Speak
At Dena Batnquet
Dean L. A. Cadarette of the Uni-
v rsity of Detroit Dental School will
bs guest speaker at the graduation
b4nqet to be held at 6 p. m. EWT
(5 l. m. CWT) today at the Allenel
Hotel fo = the 1945 graduating class
in dental hygiene.
Daan Cadarette will be introduced
by Dean Russell W. Bunting of the
University School of Dentistry. Cer-
tificates and pins will be presented to
There hasn't been much confu-
sion about the University's double
time standard until this week-at
least not on the surface.
But with the advent of final exams
all tick-tock has broken loose. The
College of Literature, Science and
the Arts printed its schedule in cen-
tral war time and students and pro-
fessors who have kept their watches
on eastern war time and operatQd
per usual are all confused.
People with 10 o'clock classes
look at the schedule and think
that the exammust be Thursday
from 9:30 to 11:30. BUT WAIT!
That's all wrong. Actually 10
o'clock classes are 9 o'clock clas-
ses University time. Taking this
into consideration, you find that a
10 o'clock class has its final exam-
ination on Monday from 9:30 to
Therefore, Dean Walter asks that
all students be reminded that this is
a two-timing world we live in andl
that all is not as it seems. Central
war time is an hour earlier ton the
clock) than eastern war time. There-
fore, when reading the schedule add
one hour to all class times listed and
a final exam scheduie according to
eastern war time will result. The
schedule is reprinted in today's Daily
Official Bulletin. Remember that it
is printed according to central war
the dental hygienists by Dr. Dorothy
Q, Hard, director of the curriculum
in dental hygiene. A class pro-
phecy will be read by Mary Jo Cada-
rette, class president. Parents of
the students and many faculty mem-
bers of the School of Dentistry have'
been invited to attend the banquet.
for Christians. "An Adequate Family for
ty." Dr. Edward W. Blakeman, Religious
ents at the Univ. of Mich.
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PARIS-UP)--There have been few
spectacles in this war like the march
of Polish women freed from slave
labor by the Russians and going back
to their homes.
Down the road between Dahme and
Luckau, Germany, they marched by
thousands, pushing carts piled high
with bedding, clothing and food,
Baby carriages and. wagons were bur-
dened with their bundles.
There were no -nen with them.
Neither did I see a single child.
There were only women, trudging
the long road home.
My interpreters -- Cpl. Ernest
Stern of 103 West 98th St., New York,
and his brown haired Polish sweet-
heart, Maria - and I watched them
wending their way down the dusty
"Unless I can keep her with me,"
Stern said, "Maria will be walking
east like those women and perhaps
we will never see each other again."
Maria narrowly had avoided being
placed in concentration camps with
other Polish women. She wanted to
stay with Ernest as long as possible
and get to the United States if she
could. She looked a little frightened
as she watched the marching women.
With bright colored kerchiefs on
their heads, the women made a
bobbing, curling column that
stretched for miles. They were
marching 150 kilometers (93 miles)
to a railroad where they would be
given transportation back to Po-
At Luckau, we met Col. Ivan L.
Yriev, president of Soviet Movie Pro-.
To Give Riecital
Mozart's Sonata Will
Be Featured Today
Sarah Hanby Gordon, graduateI
pianist ii the School of Music, will
highlight her recital with the Mozart
"Sonata, K. 570" at 8 p.m. EWT (7
p.m. CWT) today in the Assembly
Hall, Rackham Building.
A pupil of Prof. Joseph Brinkman,
Mrs. Gordon attended Smith College
before entering the University. She
is a member of Mu Phi Epsilon, Pi
Kappa Lambda, national music so-I
cieties, and Pi Kappa Phi.
The final student recital in the
School of Music series will be pre-
sented by Audrey Unger, violinist, at
8:30 p.m. EWT (7:30 p.m. CWT)
Sunday in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. A pupil of Prof. Gilbert
Ross, Miss Unger is presenting the
program in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the B.M. degre..
ducers Association. The colonel wrote1
and produced the Russian documen-!
tary film, "The Partisans," and is a
four-time winner of the Stalin prize.
At lunch, this brown haired Rus-
sian officer with the sensitive mouth'
said he prayed this would be the last
"Neither America nor Russia need-
ed this war," he said. "We both have
so much we didn't have to fight a
war to get anything we wanted.
"Those Germans are afraid to be
captured by the Russians because
they know what horrible things they
have done to our people and they
think we will take revenge. But the
army as a whole does not want re-
We drove back down roads lined
with liberated thousands and with
Russian convoys moving toward
Berlin. In towns where the Red
banner flew, women military police
directed traffic with red and yellow
pennants - red for stop and yellow
for go. As soon as we showed Amer-
ican credentials we were waved on
with a smile and a salute.
Maria grew quieter as we neared
the Elbe River for she was fearful
the Russians would not permit her to
pass. But none challenged us and
we drove back into American lines.
Giggling with excitement, Maria
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threw her arms around Ernest and
gave him a kiss.
I took them to first army head-
quarters and Ernest put his arm
around her and they walked into the
office of the chaplain.
A few days later, Ernest came to
see me. "Thanks for -everything you
did for us," he said. "Maria's work-
ing with the Americans as an inter-
preter and I'm interpreting in a camp
near her. As soon as permission comes
through, we'll be married. Thanks
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