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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ThIJmsDAY DC 14

71 FFitve Yank o ome Home
Afk TIhr LYe. O7--s

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BRITISH USE TANKS IN ATHENS STRIFE-British tanks and paratroopers entering an E. A. M.
building in Athens during recent riots. ELAS forcesreported to be ready to offer to withdraw from
the capital in return for guarantees that they woul d not be prosecuted.
COEDS PLAY SANTA CLAUS:
Boxes Packed For War Veterans

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This week the chance was offered
tos the feminine population of the
campus to show off its proverbial
ingenuity in choosing the "right
gift." The various women's resi-
dences were asked to fill boxes for the
wounded veterans at Percy Jones
Hospital.
Already the girls have proved their1
stalents by turning in over seventy-
five boxes to the Undergraduate Of-
fice at the League. The deadline is
Friday.
A tour of the campus' residence
halls would provide a spur to any
Santa Claus. Martha Cook is proudly
displaying a table piled high with
forty boxes, many of which were
donated by individual girls.

Betsy Barbour is really going femi-
nine by adding the personal touch to
its boxes-individually designed for
specific types of patients-such as a
box for the soldier deprived of the
use of his hands.
Stockwell has already prepared
fifty-five boxes, while each of the
eleven corridors of Mosher is con-
tributing two or three boxes valued
at $6 each-far in excess of the $2
minimum. The student nurses living
at Couzens Hall have taken time off
from their hospital duties to pack
five extra large boxes. Jordan Hall's
freshmen have set a quota of twenty
boxes, but that didn't stop several of

the girls from filling extra individual
boxes.
Most of the sororities are planning
to donate a box for every two mem-
bers. Sigma Delta Tau has already
turned in eighteen.
Deborah Parry, '45, chairman of
the drive urged that all boxes be
turned in as soon as possible, so that
the Undergraduate office at the
League will not be swamped with a
few hundred boxes at a quarter to
five on Friday.
Miss Parry also asked that a list
of contents be fastened securely on
the outside of the box with tape orI
glue, as the lists have fallen off manyI
of those already turned in.

IN OEftMANY (Delayed) - -I1'}-
Three years ago when the Japanesel
struck Pearl Harbor all leaves and
furloughs were cancelled for guys
already in the Army, including five
Second Armored Division tankers
now in Germany.
On the first anniversary of Pearl
harbor in 1942 1.these men.IiI1(1 I h Ii-
ing more than though ts o l 11ig
}either. 1"oir of the tie ve efg.ting~
iri Africa i. Thet~~ ii~s onW I 1:00 hi Wy
to joitt i ten-1.
Last Dec. 7 their out lit tad Liti[iid
a whirlvind Sicilian camipaign nd
these tankers were in Britain, train-
ing for the invasion.
Now the.v've fought through
France. Belgium, loflland, and into
Germany. Each has been wonded
at least twice, and except for peri-
rof. Thrt-oo
T11 IU14, F s
French, Leture
Prof. Palmer A. Throop, of the
Department of History, will deliver
the opening address of the French
lecture series at 4:10 p.m. today in
Rm. D, Alumni Memorial Hall.
Speaking on "La Pr6dication de la
Croisade," Prof. Throop will discuss
the determined efforts of the Papacy
to revive the popularity of the Cru-
sades. Interest in the religious move-
ment was waning in the 13th century,
and the methods used to arouse pub-
lic interest in France will be dis-
cussed by the speaker.
The lectures, sponsored by Le Cer-
cle francais, are open to the public.
Tickets may be purchased at the
door.
LETIN
Carols and receive a Christmas mes-
sage from President Ruthven. The
program will be given in the com-
munity. fashion typical of the old
American Christmas.
Research Club: The December
meeting of the Club will be held in
the Amphitheatre of the Rackham
Building, Wednesday evening at eight
o'clock, Dec. 20. Professor Walter A.
Reichart will present a paper on "The
Reception of Gerhart Hauptmann's
Work in America" and Dr. James B.
Griffin a paper on "The Growth and
Development of Indian Cultures in
the eastern United States."

(AS spent recettirating and titi e
swint training in England, they've
fought ahnlst constantly for two
years. Nome had become a vaguie
and distant place.
Today--on the third anniversary
of Pearl Harbor--tall live were noti-
[led they were gettig 0-day furor
I(ouh back hom.
A tfirst it seee''3to(l ni nen uh o
beieve, bitt finailly they , Nere-con-~
villcrod it, Nws(ltwe--if !theyagt fast
I- iisp a tin t t h even get
lhome or Chrias.
".f don't care how fast. o" shout-
ed. Sgt. Joseph R. Lemnay of Fitih-
burg, Mass., who has been in the
Army four years, overseas two years
and had two Sherman tanks shot
from under him. "If I have to take
a rowboat to get there, that's all right
too!"
It's different with Sgt. Charles
Rtomnaine of Stamf'ord, onn. is
reeord is like Lemay's and he wants
to sp~end Christmas with two Mrar-
Chas:.Mrs. Romaine a nd their two-
year-Fold daughter who was bornt
just after Charlie left the states.
"If I get there to see my kid at
long last and spend the holidays
with both of them it'll be the best
Christmas present I ever had."
Charlie grinned happily.
Reno E. Schnabel of Tripp, S.D.,
thought he was in trouble too. He'd
just been made a sergeant and was
busy sewing on his new stripes when
a company runner came up and said,
":Report to the old man."
"Oh Oh!" moaned Reno. "Won-
der what I've done now. Bet I lose
these stripes before I even get 'em
sewed on."
Fifteen minutes later he was
packing his bag with a big grin on
his face.
Reno is the Johnny-come-lately
among the five. He's been overseas
"only" 22 months now but nobody
begrudged dim his furlough after
the African, Sicilian, French, Bel-
gian, Dutch and German cani-
rpaigns-plus, two wounds.
All those things said about the
first three guys regarding time over-
seas, wounds etc., also applied to Pfe.
Edward Laskywitz.
Give oks
THIS CHRISTMAS
Shop atT\

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DAILY OFFICIAL BUL

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3 p.m. This meeting will be held in
the League, the room to be posted on
b their bulletin board.
It
Zoology Seminar: There will be a
e meeting of the Zoology Club today
d at 7:30 p.m. in the Rackham Amphi-
theatre. Mr. Louis Krumholtz will
speak on "The productivity, north-
ward acclimatization and use of the
mosquito fish Gambusia affinis in
mosquito control ."
The Regular Thursday Evening
Record Concert will'be held in the
Men's Lounge of the Rackham Build-
ing at 7:45 p.m. Beethoven's Missa
Solemnis will be featured. All grad-
uate students and servicemen are
invited to attend.I
Social Ethics Seminar will meetl
this evening at 7:30 in the Lane Hall
Library. Mr. John Muehl will con-
tinue the discussion begun last week'
on the topic, "The Use of Force in
Achieving Social Ends." All those
interested are cordially invited.
The Student Religious Association
will hold its weekly Co'ffee Hour in
the Lane Hall Library this afternoon
from 4 to 5:30. Students, servicemen,
and faculty members are invited.
Assembly Song Contest: All Assem-
bly Song Contest Representatives
are asked to attend the meeting
which will be held at 2 p.m. today in
the second floor lounge of the Michi-
gan League.
Coming Events
Bacteriology Seminar will meet
Saturday morning, Dec. 16, at 9 a.m.
in Rm. 1564 East Medical Building.
Subject: Bacterial Nitrogen Fixation.
All interested are invited.
Society of Women Engineers: There
will be a meeting to welcome all new

women in Engineering on Saturday,
Dec. 16 at 2 in the Lounge at the
W.A.B. Refreshments will be served.
U.S.O. Dancing Class: There will
not be a meeting of the dancing class
this week.
U.S.O.: There will be portrait
sketching by Mrs. John Bradfield at
the U.S.O. on Friday afternoon from
2 to 5 o'clock.
U.S.O.: The usual Saturday night
dance will be held at the club. The
University Women's Glee Club will
present a group of Christmas songs.
All servicemen and Junior Hostesses
are invited. Refreshments will be
served.
U.S.O. Sunday Morning Breakfast:
Breakfast will be served Sunday from
10:30 to 12 noon.
Student Religious Association: Dr.
Henry Pitt VanDusen, newly elected
President of Union Theological Sem-
inary, will be presented as an Asso-
ciation lecturer Monday, Jan. 22 at
eight o'clock. The lecture will be in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
The Weekly Lane Hall Luncheon
will be held at 12:30 on Saturday.
An informal discussion period will
follow. Reservations can be made by
calling 4121, extension 2148.
"Keep A-head
of your Hair"
Your Hair and Scalp prob.
lems are our problems!
The Daseola Barbers
Between State and Mich. Theaters

Hillel Foundation: Sabbath Eve
services will be held at the B'nai
Brith- Hillel Foundation, 730 Haven
St., on Friday evening, Dec. 15, at
7:45 p.m. Dr. Max Dresden, of the
University Physics Department, will
deliver the sermon on 'The Meaning
of Chanukah to a Modern Jew."
Refreshments and a social hour will
follow services.
All - Campus Christmas Party:
Thursday, Dec. 21, 8 p.m. The Mich-
igan Union cordially invites the fac-
ulty and student body to gather in
Hill Auditorium to sing Christmas

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