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THE IICHIGAN DAILY

-SUNDAY,

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LE CERCLE FRANCAIS:
Prof. Koella Lists 1944-45
Lecture Series for French Club

Prof. Charles E. Koella, of the
Romance language department and
faculty advisor of Le Cercle Francais,
announced yesterday the following
series of lectures for 1944-45:
Jeudi 30 Novembre - Quelques
courts films sur la France Combat-
tan te.
Jeudi 14 Decembre-"La Predica-
tion de la Croisade." M. Palmer
Throop.
Mardi 9 Janvier--"Anatole France,"
M. Michael Pargment.
Jeudi 25 Janvier- "La Culture
Haitienne," M. Francois Duvalier.
Jeudi 8 Fevrier-" 'Quelques activi-
tes francaises d'entre les deux guer-
res" (avec projections lumineuses),
M. Marc Denkinger.
Mardi 13 Mars-"Comment juger
la poesie," M. Walter Naumann.
Mardi 27 Mars-- "Souvenirs deI
France," M. Antoine Jobin.
Jeudi 12 Avril-D'autres films sur
la France Combattante.
Mardi 1 Mai-Representation An-
nuelle, Theatre Lydia Mendelssohn.
The series will open with the show-
ing of five short films on the FightingI
French, to be given at 4:10 p.m.
Thursday, at the Kellogg Auditor-
ium.
Tickets entitling the holder to
admission to all lectures and films

may be purchased at the door;or at
the office of the Secretary of the
Romance Language Dept.
Fourth Enemy
Convoy Sunk
By The Associated Press
Desperate Japanese attempts to
land reinforcements on Leyte Island
in the Central Philippines resulted
in the complete destruction of a
fourth Nippon convoy and loss of an
estimated 2,000 troops, Gen. Doug-
las MacArthur reported today.
The general said four troop ships
were caught at dusk Saturday (Phil-
ippines time) off the island of Cebu,
west of Leyte, by Yank .pilots who
sank three of them and left the
fourth in flames.
Reinforcement attempts have cost
the Japanese a total of some 17,006
troops, 16 transports aggregating
65,000 tons, and 14 escorting war-
ships.
Meanwhile the U. S. Navy reported
the sinking of 27 additional Japanese
ships by American submarines in
Pacific and Far East waters.

-Daily Photo by Pvt. Bob Cramption. Co. B, 3651st S. U.
STILL DOING HIS PART-Charles Girard, Marine First Division
Veteran of Gnadalcanal and other Pacific battles is seen signing up
for the next University Blood Bank. Sam Goodman, head of the
recruiting drive for the Union and Jean Loree, League chairman

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give him his appointment time.
October Living Costs
Go Down S ightl

DAILY OFFICIAL
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the crime." WASHINGTON, NOV. 25-(P)-
Labeling the final verdict "a mis- Living costs measured by the Bu-
carriage of justice," defense attorney reau of Labor Statistics declined
Simmons said. "We'll appeal for a
retrial and if that doesn't work, this 1/10th of 1 per cent in the month
case will be taken to the state ending Oct. 15-the first drop since
Supreme Court. The fight has just February.
started."
But while the overall trend was.!
Prof. Morris testified when asked dutnwdlthingalrendlwad
to identify the defendant, "I don'tdce
say now, and I did not say when he slightly for the sixteenth consecutive
was arrested that this is the man month, the Lablor Department re-
that robbed me." ported today.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTIsING
WANTED
CLASSIFIED HIGH SCHOOL or college girl want-
ed: Few hours each day-nice
room near campus-meals and al-
lowance. Light house work and
$ .40 per 15-word insertion for caring for children. Phone 2-4270.

SUNDAY, NOV. 26, 1944
VOL. LV. No. 22
All notices for The Daily Official Bti-
letin are to be sent to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, 1021 Angell
Hall, in typewritten form by 3:30 p. m.
of the day preceding its publication,
except on Saturday when the notices
should be submitted by 11:30 a. in.
Notices
Persons traveling or proposing to
travel at University expense should
thoroughly familiarize themselves
with theregulationshapplying thereto
as laid dtown by the Board of Re-!
gents, by inquiry of Mr. Stem or Mrs.
Perkins in the Business Office, if,
n ~cessary.
On thing is to be noted in partic-
ular, namely: the University as a
state institution is exempt from Fed-
eral taxation on transportation and
in case any person pays such tax the
Business Office is not permitted to
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One Night Only
TUESDAY
November 28

Seats
Still
Available

Entire N. Y. Winter-
Garden Production
intact.

Orch. 3.00, 2.50 - Bal. 1.00 1.50 -- Plus 20'j tax

BLACK SCOTTIE, coarse hair, bent
ears. Lost Wednesday near Mar-
tin Place. Answers to Geordie.
Call 2-1490.
LOST: Black wallet with initials
BWS. Contained sorority and fra-
ternity pin and identification. Re-
turn to box 2 Student Publications
Building. Reward.
FOUND on Maynard Street, Navy
sweater. Call Gale, 5838 and iden-
tify.
FOR RENT
ROOM FOR RENT: Half of double
for girls. One block from campus.
Phone 3366.
SINGLE or double room for graduate
student or University business girl.
Call 2-6468 between 6 p.m. and 8
p.m., evenings.
Simon
BARERE
Russian Pianist
(Instead of Joscf Lhevinne)
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MON DAY,
NOV. 27, 8:30 P.M.
Other
Choral Union Concerts:
Carroll Glenn . . . Dec. 5
Boston Symphony . Dec. 11
Vladimir Horowitz . Jan. 15
Dorothy Maynor.. . Feb. 3
Westminster Choir. Feb. 11
Chicago Symphony Mar. 19

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Daily from
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