'U' Hospital Maintains Library
For Tubercular, Child Patients
l- f iOtiki, i? Ied t, aujidthe
li~i 1 "~lr "iaeeds d ei v i-; itfdvidi~i
are stidied diagiwslicall.y sty that
e ach 1j~itieid has the oppozturuitY
to develop capacities and abilities
for use upon his return home.
Mrs. Holway is aided in her work
by University women participating in
soph project, students in occupa-
tional therapy courses at Michigan
State Normal College, Ypsilanti, and
by Nurses' Aids.
Fi pmiio Club To
hold Tea Dance
Philippine Students on
Campus To Be Feted
The Philippine-Michigan Club,
composed of Filipino students on
campus, will hold its first tea dance
of the school year from 3:30 to 6 p.m.
tomorrow in the Rackham Building.
The party is being given in honor
of the new Filipino students in the
Manuel Hizon, Francisco Narcisco,
and Mike Abakita are the chairmen
of the committee in charge of the in-
Rvafaelita Hilario Soriano was re-
cently elected president of the Philip-'
pine-Michigan Club. Filadelfo Pan-
lilio was elected vice-president, and
Lourdes Segundo secretary-treasurer.
Prof. George E. Carrothers and Prof.
Roy S. Swinton were chosen club
Trip Open to
A five-day Christmas holiday ski
trip from Dec. 26 through Jan. 1,
sponsored by the American Youth
Hostel Council, is open to all per-
sons in the Detroit-Ann Arbor area
interested in skiing, it was announced
Destination of the trip will be eith-
er Grayling, Traverse City, or Hunts-
A knowledge of skiing is not neces-
sary, as several expert skiers will be
on the trip and will furnish instruc-
tion. All persons must bring their
To Be Discussed
Prof. C. E',.Mitthews
Will Addzress Seminar
Prof. D. M. Matthews of the School
of Forestry and Conservation will
discuss employment in the private
timber and wood-using industries at
the weekly meeting of the seminar on
employment in forestry at 4:30 p.m.
Thursday in Rm. 2039 Natural Sci-
The main objective of this series
of meetings is to give forestry and
pre-forestry students the opportunity
of learning about all the major em-
ploying agencies and outlets in the
field of forestry and conservation.
' Most of the opportunities during
the past ten years have been in the
private employment outlets; however,
the combined public employing agen-
cies absorb a great many forestry-
trained men every year as well. The
F~or Duly in Europe
Dr. Walter G. Maddock, associate
professor of surgery at the Univer-
sity, who returned to campus in Au-
gust, was presented the Legion of
Mairit award yesterday by Lt. Col.
John H. Derrick, executive officer of
the JAG school for exceptionally
meritorious conduct as commanding
officer of the 298th general hospital
For Peace and Prosperity-
Vicetory Bonds"To Have
and To Hold
AND HER HEART SINGS
The ideal Christmas gift is waiting
to be selected at EIBLER'S. Come
in and choose the present that
will make his or her heart ;in.
trip should contact
7211, not later than
in taking the!
Fire Causes Costly
Damage in Home
A fire in the three-floor house at
1430 Washington Heights, owned by
Mr. William J. Felthouser, caused
several thousand dollars worth of
damage yesterday afternoon.
The roof and most of the third
floor were nearly completely burned,
while lower floors and furniture were
partially ruined by water. The fire is
thought to have started in the roof,
near the chimney.
at the Grand Organ
Evening Shows Only
IS SNOW TIME ...
But it's easy to keep out the cold
with the warm wooly scarfs and
ear muffs at the DILLON SHOP.
In bon bon colors, these downy
chill chasers make the perfect
DOING DOUBLE DUTY
Sodas do it! So does this new shoe-
shine kit at WILD'S. Specially
designed for tan shoes on one side,
black on the other. Convenient
and chuckful of accessories.
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WAR BONDS ISSUED HERE! DAY OR NIGHT
S Continuous from 1 P.M.
Ground Artillery Not Dated, He Says
"We will always use the rifle in war-
fare," Col. Miller predicted. "It may
be a machine rifle," he said, "but it
is more likely to be a Garand, semi-
automatic rifle. The 105 millimeter
howitzer will go to the field with the
infantry for some time to come. The
proximity fuse, something new and
terrible to put in this gun, was de-
veloped during this war. This fuse in
a shell causes it to explode whenever
it passes near an object."
We have used projectiles that
break into fragments in all recent
wars, >Col. Miller said. These frag-
ments are traveling at such a high
speed when they are showered on a
group of soldiers that they cut
right through the men they hit. Sol-
diers dig foxholes to protect them-
selves from them.
Time Fuses Not Effective
We used to use time fuses on these
shells, Col. Miller explained, but they
were not so effective, especially
against aircraft. We developed the
proximity fuse so that the shells
would explode when they came near
their target, he said. They were so
effective, he explained, that only four
of the 150 buzz bombs that crossed
the English Channel on the last day
they were sent from the continent
Soldiers will continue to fight with
rockets, bazookas and artillery on
wheels as well as with rifles, Col. Mil-
ler said. A 57 millimeter cannon,
which fires two and one-half lb. pro-
jectiles with no recoil, was developed
during this recent war. This revolu-
tionary cannon will fire all types of
shells, including phosphorus, is as
accurate as a Gerand rifle and will
shoot as far as two and one-half
miles. It was used very effectively,
he stated, to destroy tanks in Europe
and Japanese caves on Pacific Is-
Airplane Here To Stay
The airplane is here to stay, Col.
Miller said, for planes have greatly
increased the striking distance of ar-
tillery. As long as planes are used in
warfare 40 and 90 millimeter anti-
aircraft gunstwill be maintained on
ships and on the ground.
The 16-inch guns found in each of
the 30 or 40 fortresses along the
coasts of the United States are obso-
lete, Col. Miller reported. They would
destroy battleships, but during wars
ships never land where they are ex-
pected. He advised that these big
guns be replaced by camouflaged
MADE IT MYSELF .. .
an be your proud exclamation
fter you have knitted your own
weater. A perfect selection of
arns, angora too, can be found at
AN AKKERN KNIT SHOP, 440
hALL WE DANCE? ...
or Christmas parties at home
ou'll want the newest dance rec-
rds, anid for special lasting gifts,
Ibums of popular or classical
nusic from RADIO AND RECORD
BOUNTIFUL ALASKA 1
LOVELY TO LOOK A
FOR PRESENTS GR LORE.. 2
THERE'S NO BETTER. STORE
rr rr r N
is a lady's dressing table complel
with crystal perfume bottles an
mirrored trays. The MADEMOI
SELLE SHOP has these luxuriou
items just waiting to be put und
the Christmas tree.
IT'S IN THE BAG ..
Adorable dress handbags or pra
tical purses for class make wonde
ful gifts. Pearls and earring
mittens and scarfs - for Christ
mas gifts that are sure to pleas
it's the CAMPUS SHOP.
WON'T YOU HAVE ONE!
says the coed, extending her trin
cigarette case. Very compact, thi
all metal case comes in attractiv
color combinations, and can b
found at the JUNE GREY SHOP
OH, THAT WONDERFUL
You're home again with gifts for
special people. Make their bath-
ing hours fun with refreshing bub-
ble bath, sparkling bath salts and
your favorite dusting powder from
THE FINAL TOUCH ..
To that smart new suit ... beauti-
ful print scarfs in sheers and pure
dyed silks at the MARTI WALKER
SHOP. And with Christmas just
around the corner ..