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PE TWO T'HE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, DEC. 19, 1944

WLB Threatens Seizure of Seven

Ward Factories

CONFER AT UNION:
College Representatives Will
Attend Education Meeting Here
Representatives irom all state pub-
liC and nonsaublic colleges adminis- I Economic Club of Detroit, industrial

trative officers and teaching staffs,
and officers of state professional or-j
ganizations of teachers will attend
the Michigan Conference on Higher
Education to be held Wednesday and
Thursday, Dec. 27 through Dec. 28, at
the Union.
The conference which is being held
in an effort to highlight- some of the
newer demands with special refer-
ence to implications for the educa-
tion of teachers will be sponsored by
the Michigan College Association, the
Michigan Advisory Committee on
Teacher Education and Certification
and the Department of Public In-
struction.
Ruthven Is Keynoter
President Alexander G. Ruthven
will deliver the keynote speech at
10 a.m. at the session which Dean
Emil Leffler of Albion College willF
I preside over. Others speaking at this
session will be Prof. F. S. Dunham of
the Latin Department, Dean W. E.I
Lesenger of the College of Education
of Wayne University, R. S. Linton,
Registrar of Michigan State College,
and President H. L. Turner of Hills-
dale College.
"What New Problems Should Col-
leges Recognize in Planning for the
Years That Lie Ahead?" will be the
theme of the afternoon session which
will begin at 1:30 p.m. Labor will be
represented by Frank Martel who is
president of the Detroit and Wayne
County Federation of Labor.
Prof. A. H. Hawley of the Depart-
ment of Sociology will represent so-
cial needs; Prof. L. H. Laing of the
political science department, world
affairs; A. B. Crowe, president of the

affairs;. and community education
interests will be represented by Prof.
A. B. Moehlman of the School of
Education.
Edmonson Heads Session
Dean J. B. Edmonson of the School
of Education, chairman of the dis-
cussion program which was drawn
up in collaboration with Dr. Eugene
B. Elliott, state superintendent of
public instruction, will head this
session.
The 4:15 p.m. discussion group on
various phases of education will be
led by President John M. Munson of
Michigan State Normal College;
George H. Hilliard, who is the head
of the Department of Education of
Western Michigan College of Educa-
tion; Father Albert H. Poetker, Exec-
utive Dean of the University of De-
troit and Raleigh Schorling of the
School of Education. *
Other Participants
Others participating in the session
will be President Alvin W. Johnson
of Emmanuel Missionary College,
President J. A Hannah of Michigan
State College, Dean Edward H. Kraus
of the College -of Literature, Science,
and the Arts, and Eugene B. Elliott,
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
The social hour which begins at
5:15 p.m. will be followed by a con-
ference at 7:30 p.m. which will be
led by Dean W. W. Whitehouse of
the College of Liberal Arts of Wayne
University. H. H. Kimber of the
Department of History and Civiliza-
tion of Michigan State College will
speak on "Emerging Economic, Polit-
ical and Social Developments and
their Effect upon Higher Education."

Daily Photo by Pvt. Bob Crampton, Co. B, 3651 S. U.
A WORTHY CAUSE-Marion File, counselor for the Family and Children's Bureau is pictured in con-
sultation with one of the many people who will bene fit by the Goodfellow drive which was in action
yesterday throughout Ann Arbor. This bureau will receive the largest part of the proceeds from this
year's drive.

Lecture Series
To Open Today
Prof. Fiallos To Speak
On Nicaraguan Culture
Dr. Mariano Fiallos, Nicaraguan
minister of education, will open a
new series of lectures by representa-
tives of Latin America' at 8 p.m. today
in the Kellogg Auditorium.
.r. Fiallos will speak on "Raiz y
Fruto de Nicaragua" (The Origin
and Fruitioanof Nicaraguan Culture).
Prof. Hayward Kenniston, chair-
mann of the Romance language de-
partment, and former cultural at-
tache to the U.S. embassy at Buenos
Aires, will introduce the speaker and
snimarize in English the main
points of Dr. Fiallos' address.
Jointly sponsored by the Inter-
national Center and the Latin Amer-
ican Society, the series will have as I
its guests cultural leaders from num-
erous South and Central American
nations.i
SpaftishClub
To Hold Meeting
La Sociedad Hispanica will hold j
its Christmas meeting at 8 p.m. to- I
morrow in the Union,r according to
Ann Terbrueggen, president.
Alfredo Chaves will discuss the
Christmas celebrations and music of
Ecuador, and Renee Kaire will con-
trast the Christmas customs of the'
United States and Guatemala. The
program will also include the pre-
sentation of a skit, depicting the
birth of Christ, and the singing of
Christmas carols 'in Spanish, 'under
the direction of Lorna Fleming and;
Peggy Matthews.
All members are urged to attend
and participate in the holiday festiv-
ities.
Michigan-Ohio StateI
Movies to Be Shown
Robert O. Morgan, assistant gen-
eral secretary of the Alumni Associa-
tion, will show movies of the Michi-
gan-Ohio State football game today
at a meeting of the University Club
of Cincinnati which will be held at
the Gibson Hotel in Cincinnati.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

TUESDAY, DEC. 19, 1944
VOL. LV, No. 41
Publication in the Daily Official Bul-
letin is constructive notice to all mem-
bers of the University. Notices for the
Bulletin should be sent in typewritten
form to the Assistant to the President,
Y 1021 Angell Tall, by 3:30 p. m. of the day
preceding publication (11:30 a. in. Sat-
o. B, 3651 S. U. urdays).
the College of
who promoted Notices
STo All Staff Members and Employ-

Daily Photo by Pvt. Bob Crampton, C
BR AVING THE COLD-E. A. Walter, assistant Dean oft
Literature, Science and the Arts, was one of the manyx
the sale of Goodfellow editions of The Daily yesterday.

i needed or the expiration date of
their present book.
This procedure is necessary to give
the University Committee on Organ-
ized Transportation Plan and the
local Ration Board time to process
the application.
Organized Transportation Plan
L. M. Gram, Chairman
To February, June, and October
graduates: Senior pictures for the
1945 Michiganensian are due at the
Student Publications Building Feb. 1.
Appointments with photographers
should be made at once. Pictures
from any photographer are accept-
able if they are a glossy print, meas-
uring 4" by 6", preferably with a
light background.
Persons traveling or proposing to
travel at University expense should
thoroughly familiarize themselves
(Continued_ on Page 4)

French Club to Hold Move To Re-Try
( -trysingys M'eeingR -r
The Christmas meeting of Le Cer-ie
cle francais, featuring a program of A mo ion for the retrial of Ernest
social games and French Christmas otin forted of Ern-
Carols, will be held at 8 p. m. today
in the Union. armed, was'filed yesterday with Judge
Charlotte Wood, School of Music Herman Dehnke, Harrisville, by de-
student, will entertain the group fense attorney Edward A. Simmons.
with French songs while Prof. Char- Brockman, sentenced Dec. 1 to
les E. Koella and Mr. Richard Pic- serve from 9 to 15 years in Southern
ard will give a short dramatic read- Michigan Prison for robbing the
ing from Moliere. home of Prof. A. R. Morris of the
Members are requested to bring a English department, was convicted
ten-cent gift, which will be sent to almost entirely on fingerprint testi-
crippled children at University Hos- mony submitted by members of the
pital. Washtenaw County sheriff's office.
YANK'S ODYSSEY:
Tatum Outruns Division To
Holland, Promoted to Sergean't

ces: All those who find it necessary
to file requests for supplementary
gasoline ration for privately-owned
passenger cars ("B" or "C" book)
for either driving to and from work,

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LOST AND FOUND

WOMAN'S dark maroon purse found
on campus. Call 8456.
LOST: Navy blue Wave Havelock (hat
cover) nary inside, Dorothy Chal-
lis, call 4121, extension 2157.
LOST: Red leather wallet. Import-
ant papers. Reward. Return to
Barbara Dunn, 496 Jordan Hall.
FOUND-M'an's Mexican silver ring.
Owner car have same by calling
305. Allen Rumsey.
MISCELLANEOUS
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Phone 8195 before Wednesday.

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By KENNETH L. DIXON
IN GERMANY, Dec. 5-(P)-This
concerns the odyssey oi' William Da-
vid Tatum, who drives a truck for
the 84th Division and who refused to
quit high-balling until he reached
his destination.
He hails from Valliant, Okla., and
he used to be a private. This is why
his general promoted him to be a
sergeant:
Outfit Leaves England
It was back in England one cheer-
less, foggy morning when William
David's topkick told him to check, his
truck and get ready to roll. This be-
ing the army, Pvt. Tatum wasn't told
where he was going. But he was
sure it wasn't down Highway 66 into
Oklahoma City.
"Well, Western Front, here we
come," thought William David, and
pretty soon the convoy started off.
But visibility was bad and he had
a wreck. "Wait here until the wreck-
er comes," said the sergeant. "Then
you can catch up with us at the as-
sembly area."
Tatum Shoves Off
One day William waited. T['hen
two,' three and four. This is getting
nowhere, he thought. So he walked
to a nearby, airfield, borrowed a
wrecker and hauled his truck over
to a hangar and repaired it himself,
But when he reached the assem-

or where Pvt. Tatum managed to hide
that truck.
In France, the trail already was
growing cold. Dozens of divisions
were moving along the western front.
Too, William DaviG couldn't get too
curious around military policemen-

individual soldiers are not supposed LOST: Brown, light striped Shaeffer
to roam around Europe on unauthor- fountains pen. Please, please re-7
ized missions. E turn. "Thomas Kussurelis" en-
But across Europe he went, Idon pen. CalI"Eras" 21507.
graved o e.ClGEa"257
scrounging rations and gasoline where
he could, sleeping in his truck nights LOST: Kappa Alpha Theta sorority
and asking "which way did they go, pin near Presbyterian church. Very
Sheriff?" in three different lang- anxious to recover. Reward. Call
uages. 2-1349.

WANTED
LEICA telescopic lens and darkroom
accessories wanted. Drop card
Maurice Wing, Grass Lake, Mich.

TWO GIRLS DESIRE RIDE to To-
ledo, arriving 2:30 p. m. Friday,
Share expenses. Call Janet West-
water. 2-2591.

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