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PAGE EIGHT

T HE MICH IG AN D AILY

FORM ER STUDENT S GET CAMPUS N EWS:
Radio Newsletter Sent to Servicemen

By JAN CARTER
Prof. Waldo Abbot of the Depart-
ment of Speech recently sent to his
former radio students, now in the
service or otherwise employed, copies
of the first broadcasting newsletter
of this term. '
The newsletter, which is published
bi-monthly, serves as a contact be-
tween former students and keeps
them informed of the progress of
the radio station and of fellow class-
mates. It contains humorous side-
lights and views by Prof. Abbot, as
well as news of former students and
quotations from their letters to Prof.
Abbot.
The recent newsletter includes
information about Capt. Waldo

Abbot, Jr., '39, son of Prof. Abbot,
who is "still sending his trucks
over the Ledo Road in Burma."
Nate Bryant, '43, informed Prof.
Abbot that "lie was still battering
up the air waves with his nasal
tones up in the Aleutians, although
his stories had burned up the
transmitter fsor awhile-he and
Bob hope."
Sgt. Dick Buller, '43, is now enjoy-
ing the atmosphere of Sioux Falls.
S.D., where "he is bored to the extent
that he wants to take some corre-
spondence courses." He writes, "Dear
Sir: My sergeant told me that if I
studied nights, I might make a First
Class Idiot. Is this better than a
Second Lieutenant?" S-Sgt. Donn

1Chown, '39, claims that "he is not a
WAC despite the fact that he is con-
nected with the WAG Recruiting
Office in Boston while Capt. Fred-
crick Densmore, son of Prof. Dens-
more of the speech department, is in
Luxemborg.
Miss Atwood hudson, AM '40, of
Suirmer Session fame says "that
the 'Miss' is put on to help Prof.
Abbot remember that she is not a
man." She is now an Associate
IProfessor of Speech. Marvin Levey,
'43, informed Prof. Abbot that he
is .still in Flint broadcasting, and
he is still single. "He says the only
reason that he's in radio is that
he's too nervous to steal."

T he City Beat:
. . '.
Today's Ann Arbor News
I In Summary
Two Boys Sentenced ...
Two seventeen year old boys were
sentenced to serve from 10 years to
life in the State Prison for Southern
Michigan by Circuit Judge George
W. Sample yesterday, after being
convicted of robbery armed.
Student Auction . . .
Pupils in Tappan Junior high
school bought $1,163 worth of War
Bonds yesterday in a special auc-
tion sponsored by the school's stu-
dent council.
The students bid in bonds and
stamps for unclaimed articles in
the schools Lost and Found.
Young To Retir . . .
Glenn L. Alt, president of t'he Ann
Arbor City Council, has filed a pet-
ition for the position of mayor of
Ann Arbor, after present Mayor
Leigh J. Young of the University
Forestry school, indicated that he
would not run for re-election.

STUDENT CHURCH GROUP:
Lutheran Installation Service
Will Be Held at Center Today

Officers and council members who
will supervise the activities of the
University Lutheran Chapel and Stu-
dent Center on campus for the com-
ing year will be installed in the ser--
vice at 11 a.m. today by the Rev.
Alfred Scheips, student pastor for
the Lutheran Church, Missouri syn-
od.
A-S Eugene Barth, USNR, will
take over the duties as president.
Bonnie Rink, '47, was elected vice-
president and Myrtle Klein, '465M,
secretary.
Betty Kipf, '46, and Jean Griese,
'47, will represent Stockwell Hall;
Elaine Stembol, '46, Mosher-Jordan;
Lucille Genuit, '45, Martha Cook;
Jean Billmeier, '46SN, and Dorothy
Cannon. '475N, School of Nursing,
and Marjorie Billmeier, '46, Barbour-
Newberry.
In charge of the sorority group
will be Doris Schroeder, '45; auxiliary
dormitories, Ellen Estlund, '47, and
League houses, Walda Stahmer, '47.
The Navy V-12 unit will be repre-
sented by A-S James Rombach, A-S
Paul Tiefel and A-S Fred Mammel;
Marine unit, Pvt. James Zumberge;
ASTP unit, Pvt. Herbert Brinkman
of Co. C, and Medical School, A-S

Donald Hack.
A-S Carl Roth will be the council
member from the fraternities, Rich-
ard Reppenhagen, '47D for Law and
Delta Schools and Larry Talbot, '47,
and Paul Luck, '47. for men's room-
ing houses.
The Lutheran Center provides a
full program for students including
a student service at 11 a.m. and a
discussion group each Sunday the
University is in session.

Boptist Church To Have
Chstma Ssevice Toay
Spcamuianubrwilb
featured on the Christmas worship
program at 11 a.m. today at the
First Baptist Church with the Rev.
Chester H. Loucks speaking on "The
'Angels Sing."
A fourteenth century song, "Jo-
seph, Tender Joseph Mine," sung by
the junior choir, will open the pro-
gram. Dorothy Stefles will be the
soloist in Dickinson's "The Shep-
herds' Story,"
Kennedy's "We Saw Him Sleeping"
and Le Febvre's "Christmas Eve" will
be among the next selections offered
by the older choir groups.

hILL AUDITORIUM
TODAY at 3 P.M.
SDESI HALBAN, Soprano MARY VAN KIRK, Contralto 9
HARDESTY JOHNSON, Tenor GEAN GREEN WELL, Boss
FRIEDA OP'T HOLT VOGAN, Org anist H UGH NORTON, Norrator 4
SSPECIA L MESSIA H ORCH EST RA C HORAL U NION (
H A RDIN VAN D E URSEN, Conductor
MARY VAN KIRK HARDIN VAN DEURSEN DESI HALBAN
& ON SA LE
H IL L A U DITOR IUM
BOX OFFICE SUNDAY
at 2P. M.
GEAN GREENWELL HARDESTY JOHNSON

In the Good fellow Driver's Seat
INSTRUCTIONS TO GOODFELLOW SALESMEN
1. The salesmen scheduled to sell at 8 a.m. are to report to
The Daily office at 7:45 a.m. Monday for buckets, papers and
instructions.-
2. Any questions or difficulties should be reported immedi-

A Gift Erery Woman Wants!
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ately to the Goodfellow chairman, 2-3241.
3. Posts may not be left until ~i successor appears. Materials
are to be turned over to him. The last salesman leaving the posts
at 4 p.m. should bring his remaining papers and receipts to The
Daily Office (420 Maynard).
4. Periodic collections of receipts will be made by the Good-
fellow Committee. Paper stocks will also be replenished at that
The posts which are being manned ~~__
by various campus organizations fol-
Behind Main Library: Alpha Delta
Dhn Front of Arcade: Alpha Gamma
Center of Diagonal: Daily.
North "U" Entrance of League
Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Corner North "U" and East "U
Alpha Phi.
Angell Hall Steps: Sorosis.
North Entrance to Angell Hail:
Alpha Omicron Pi.
Corner North '"U" and State (Cam-
pus Corner): Alpha Chi Omega.
C enter of Law Quad: Chi Omega.
Engineering Arch: Delta Delta
(Cjrjjpr North "U" and State
(Kresge Corner): Daily.
Union Steps: Tappan House.4
Alumni Memorial Hall: Kappa
Delta.
Main and Liberty (Northwest Cor-
ner): Pi Phi.
Fron t a of A B He ln N ew berry.-
Lane hail: Betsy Barbour.
Main and William: Kappa Kappa
Gamma.
hospital: Couzens Hall.
Main and Washington: Stockwell
Hall.
Mtain and Hubron: JGeddes Hous.(
Main and Ann;"Moshe Hall. ""
East Quad: Martha Cook.q \i
West Quad: Delta Gamma.

IF-

CHRIST &SFOLHG!

*

TH E MICHIGAN DAILY SERVI
ANN ARBOR, MJCH,.

MICHIGAN'S BASKET-
BALL TEAM made is five
in a row Dec. 9 by entirely
overwhelming a hapless
Kellogg Field quintet, 50-
17, holding the Flyers to a
mere five field goals, only
one of which was tallied in
the first half. Kellogg went
18 minutes before scoring
from the floor, managing
until that time. Meanwhile,
the Wolverines were hav-
26 points i the italpr
iod. The second half was
merely a repetition of the
first as the game but out-
classed Flyers failed to
present anything resembl-
ing an organized attack.
Michigan coach Bonnie
Oosterbaan substituted
freely in an effort to hold
down the score, but the
Wolverines were not to be
denied as they continued
to hit the basket with
monotonous regularity. Bob
iGeahan, center, led the
parade with 11 points, fol-
lowed by guard John Mul-
laney with eight and cen-
ter Don Lund with seven.
Blutcher Gibson led Kel-
logg Field with six. At no

CE EDlTION *
SUNDAY, DEC. 17, 1944
berge, Phil Snyder, George
Darrow, Fred Booth and
others are trying to secure
berths in the 145 and 155
pound classes. Charles
Telfer, Hank Hantho, and
Walter Blumenstein are
the only candidates for the
heavier divisions.
THE WOLVERINE swim-
ming team will be out to
for1 national honorsi the
dual meet with Great
Lakes to be held Jan. 6 at
the Varsity Pool in the
Sports Building. Last year
the strong Navy team, led
by Bill Smith,; the fastest
short-distance man in the
United States, handed two
defeats to the Maize and
chilliest Blue squad--the only set-
singer, backs suffered by Coach
Point, Mann'se boy al s1easn.
--- chances for victory are do-
ted for he cidedly stronger for they
rather not are bolstered by the return
Le of the of lettermen Church, Fries,
e. However, Kessler, Pulford, and Ko-
ally needs gan. The Great Lakes
:ain go to crew has lost all of last
,higan. Art year's stars, as a 1conso-
di semester quence of aavy rule pro-
- ,.,,-~ hibiting sailors to swim for

Highlights
On Campus.,..
French Club .
The Christmas meeting of Le Cer-
cdo Francais will be held at 8 p.m.
Tuesday in the Michigan Union.
Those attending are asked to bring
adenet gif fr the crippled chil-
Student League ,..
Plans for a student league at
the Bethlehem Evangelical and
Reformed Church will get under
way with a supper party at 5:30
p.m. today at the church followed
by caroling.
Ross Lecture .
Robert Stanley Ross (CSB) will
address the Christian Science Stu-
dent organization and the public at
3:15 p.m. today in the Hussey Room
at the Michigan League.
Cornmunion 3hss . .
Communion breakfast for stu-
dents will be held after the 10 a.m.
mass today at St. Mary's Student
Capel.
Guest speaker will be Chaplain

You'v e be en gr and p as seon g ers
onti vnflti thog 194 4

Next stop, 1945! But just before
We arrive, let me say to every
one of you - "Thanks for being
good sports and good Americans
-thanks for using buses with
careful regard to war needs -
thanks for being good natured
about occasional discomfort and
crowding."
The fact that you can take travel
at its worst, and still smile with
us, has helped us do a far more
efficient wartime job. It has
made us even more determined
to give you highway travel such
as this nation has never known
-come Victory! Right now, new

Super-Coaches with amazing
comfort features are shaping up
- innovations of convenience
and sightseeing are on their way.
The months just ahead will be
decisive ones for all the world,
We know you'll keep right on
with that patriotic cooperation
that has helped transportation
do its tremendous job all through
the war years.
For A appier Trip Through 1945..
Keep on buying War Bonds -
each bond is a bomb for our
enemies. Keep on giving blood
through the Red Cross-to save
the lives of our fighting men.

COLD WATER SWIMMER-Not even the
weather keeps Marjory Hess, young opera
from a swim in her outdoor pool at Sands

N. Y.
THINGS ARE beginning
to roll as far as the wrestl-
ing situation on campus
is concerned, Jim Galles,
veteran matman, said last
week. While Coach Wally
Weber is in ,Chicago
attending the annual
miX-.-... -,,- .,. mXT

has been expec
said he would
deprive someon~
chance to wrestb
if the squad re
him he will ag
the mat for Mi(
Sachsel, a secon

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