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PAGE FOr THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATE3

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Services and parties in the Christ- I faculty will e honored at the func-

" i[ r of a Wur"ii,'ozie of a se-j
ies o>f serions on the fact and mean-
ing of Christmas, is the topic for Dr.
James Brett Kenna's sermon to be
preached at services beginning at
10:40 a.m. tomorrow in the Metho-
dist Church.
Preceding services, a class con-
ducted by Dr. Kenneth Jones will be
held in the Church Lounge. The
class will take up world problems.
A supper to be followed by a
Christmas worship will begin at 6
p.m. tomorrow night in the Church.
A fellowship program will also be
held.
St. Andrews Episcopal Church will
hold Communion at 8 a.m. tomorrow
and morning prayer at 11. Rev.
Henry Lewis is minister of the Epis-
copal Church.
A Christmas party will begin at 6
p.m. tomorrow in the Episcopal Stu-
dent Center. Movies of the Arctic re-
gion to be shown by Prof. Allen
Sherzer of the engineering college
will be a feature of the party.
A Litany service will be held in the
Church at 8 p.m.

Dr. Schorling
Will Address
Science Group
From 50 10 t75 represe-italtives oo
the sefence (departients of lhU
forth Central high schools will hold
a conference today in University
High School at which Dr. Raleigh
Schorling, School of Education, will
discuss "What Can Science Teachers
Learn from the Schools of the Armed
Services."
Included in the category of those
attending the conference are high
school science teachers in this section
of the state and northern Ohio.
The days activities include a morn-
ing luncheon, and afternoon confer-
ence session at which the problems
of the high school science teacher
will be discussed.
Be a Goodfellow
Business f fie

Last Curtain
For'What A
Lif' Is Tonioght
Tle fizi l perfltoi'i ii of the Cif
fol'( Goillfal it c ely "Wltat x
Life'" will be 1pre ented by Play Pro-
doction of the speech department
under the direction of Valentine
Windt at 8:30 p.m. today in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
Byron Mitchell stars as the adoles-
cent youth, Henry Aldrich whose in-
ability to get book learning through
his head involves him in numerous
scrapes with teachers, parents and
fellow students.
Tickets for the play may be pur-
chased at the box office.
Be- a Godfellow
Alumini G roup,
Faculty To Meet
The University Regents Alumni
Advisory Committee will meet with
several faculty representatives to dis-
cuss Regents-Alumni Scholarships
today in the Rackham Building.
Continuing tomorrow morning, the
Advisory Committee conference will
r convene for the first time since the
Michigan Alumni Undergraduate
Scholarships and University List
Scholarships were combined in 1944
into the Regents-Alumni Scholar-
ships. Dinner will be served tonight
at the Union.

Workers Retire
After long, loyal terms of service
to the University, two business office
administrators have retired, it was
announced yesterday.
Effective last Nov. 30, Miss Alice
B. W. Root and Mr. J. Fred Waul-
betsch were placed on the inactive
list. Miss Root had been with the
business office for 37 years, while Mr.
Waulbetsch's association was of 29
years duration.

Services in the Presbyterian Church
will begin at 10:45 a.m. tomorrow.
Dr. W. P. Lemon will preach a ser-
mon entitled "What Caesar Could
not Tax."
A Christmas pageant will be held
at 5:30 p.m. Sunday in the Church.
Supper will be served.
"Rational Humanism" is the ser-
mon topic of Dr. Edward Redman
for services to begin at 11 -a.m. to-
morrow in the Unitarian Church.
The Unitarian student group party
4vill be at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
Church.
Mass will be held at 8, 10, and 11:30
o.m. tomorrow in St. Mary's Student
Chapel. Fr. Frank McPhillips and Fr.
John Bradley will officiate.
Be a Goodfellow
SOIC Group To Meet
There will be a meeting of the
SOIC correspondence committee at
1:15 p.m. today in the Union.
All interested persons are urged to
attend.
Be a Goodfellow
Case Club Clears Docket
In an effort to clean up the pre-
holiday docket of Case Club litiga-
vion, Leonard Hyman, '46L, chief jus-
tice of Story Club, will sit with a
panel of two other judges today.
Assisting Hyman will be Howard
Jacobs, '47L, and Allen Anderson,
'47L.
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HELP WANTED
STENOGRAPHER: Argus Incor-
porated, West William and
Fourth Streets.
WANTED: Assistant cook. Experience
not necessary if capable and willing
to learn. Meals furnished, six-day
week, vacation with pay. Apply Miss
Tomlinson, University Health Ser-
vice-24531.
WANTED
WANTED: Ride to Chicago. Leave
on Dec. 21. Two women veterans.
Please call 2-6295.
ANYONE with Zephyr reservation
from Chicago to Denver on 23rd
desiring reservation on 22nd in-
stead, please call Peggy A Ilen,
25618.
PARENTS: Young woman in pre-
-med course desires a room in pri-
vate home in exchange for taking
care of small children at night.
Parents interested write Miss K,
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St.
DESPERATE: Soldier needs ride to
Chicago Saturday, December 22nd,
about 10:30 A.M. Must attend Jap
Language Graduation and get to
own wedding 7 hours later! Will
share expenses. Contact Cpl. Rudd,
8610.
WANTED: A ticket for the Union
formal Saturday night. Call Betty
Koebel 2-2591.
WANTED: Male help. Boy with no
eight or 11 o'clock classes to wash
dishes. Apply any morning. Martha
Cook Building.
FOR SALE
BEAUTY COUNSELOR GIFT PACK-
AGES for mother, dad, sister or
brother. $1.00 and up. Ph. 7447
or call at 923 Forest.
COATS FOR SALE: Exceptionally
fine cloth coat new, never worn.
,Green-blue Forstman's wool, ex-
cellent quality persian lamb trim.
Tuxedo style. Greatly reduced
now $150.00. Size 18 (36). Also
black seal fur coat, used, but in
good condition. Size 18 (36).
$60.00. Call 3936 evenings after
6:15.

A NEW army officer's battle jacket,
size 38. Contact person or Daily.
EXCHANGE
TO EXCHANGE: Four round-trip
coach reservations to New York
City for Friday 21 on the "Empire
State." Will exchange for tickets
dated December 22. Call Mrs. Joan
Mankowski 8:00 A.M.-4:30 P.M.
Tel. 4121 Exchange 748.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Two earrings, one single
pearl. One three-pearl clip. Phone
4517. Mrs. Master.
LOST: Two pens, one with initials
J.L.P., other with name Joan
Pereles. Call 2-2565. Reward.
LOST: Glasses in black "kindy"
case. Finder please return to or
call 2561 Stockwell.
FOUND: Sheaffer pen, glasses and
case in front of Union. Owner to
identify and pay for ad at Daily
office.
FOUND--Parker Pen at Sheean lec-
ture. Owner may have.by identify-
ing and paying for this ad. Beverly
York, Phone 3366.
LOST: Tuesday, Dec. 4 on or near
campus, valuable keys in black
morocco case. Finder please leave
at Daily office. Reward.
WILL FINDER of large black leather
purse containing birth certificate,
pictures and contract please keep
the purse and send the contents to
Miss N. Marie DeAgostino, Flat
Rock, Mich.
REAL ESTATE
WANTED-Pasadena trade. Home at
852 So. Oakland Ave., one mile from
Cal. Tech., one mile from downtown
Pasadena, four blocks from Los An-
geles Speedway, two blocks from
interurban, 50x150 lot, seven rooms
and two baths-to trade for Ann
Arbor home - will exchange floor
plans, etc. Box. No. xxx Michigan
Daily.
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FOR SALE: Linguaphone language
courses (records). German and
Hebrew. Never been used. Contact
PFC Alfred Baum, 214 Hinsdale,
E. Quad. Tel. 9143 at 12 noon or
5:15 p.m.

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