TAGE TWQ THE MICIHGAN DAILY THU
SDAY, DECEBR 2, 1945
Care of Amputation Cases Improved
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON, Dec. 19 - "Vast"
improvement in Veterans Adminis-
tration care of amputation cases
since General Omar N. Bradley be-
A cutaway aircraft engine was pre-
sented last week to the University,
Prof. R. S. Hawley, chairman of the
Department of Mechanical Engineer-
ing, said yesterday.
The engine is from a Pratt and
Whitney type of plane. It shows all
of the working parts in action, and is
being used for instructional purposes.
It is located on the main floor of the
mechanical engineering laboratory in
the West Engineering Building.
came administrator was reported to-
day by the staff director of a con-
gressional investigating committee.
Mary Louise Glass, staff director of
the House Labor Subcommittee on
Aid to the Physically Handicapped,
-aid, however, that several Army hos-
pitals were suffering from manpower
problems, including bad morale
among high-point soldiers working
in the limp shops.
Her survey covered Veterans Ad-I
ministration hospitals in the
Bronx, N. Y., and Dearborn, Mich.,
and the Army's Thomas England
General Hospital.at Atlantic City,
N. J., and Percy Jones Hospital
Center at Battle Creek, Mich. All
but Dearborn specialize in amputa-
The Dearborn Hospital, she said, is
suffering largely from a bed and doc-
or shortage and does not considerI
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amputation cases a serious problem.
At Percy Jones Hospital, enlisted
limb shop personnel "disapprove" of
an officers-first policy for treating
patients; limb shop personnel morale
is bad with many high-point soldiers,
who believe themselves not skilled in
the work, being "frcze," in te jobs
instead of being discharged.
In addition, she said. an officer
ratient who is an amputation case
in civilian life operated his own
limb shap has been denie d pernmis-
sien to wok in t e limb , hop be-
cause, she said, the War Depart-
pnent considered limb-making and
fitting as "eneath the dignity of
Enlisted seen in this shop received
"long awaited" promotions the day
before the Secretary of War and a
group of newspapermen visited the
hospital, she said.
Sumatra i s
Tour, Mee with Amir
By The Asoiated Prss
BATAVIA, Java, Dec. 1--Touring
leaders of the unrecognized Indones-
ian Republic, seeking unity in the
quest for independence from the
Netherlands, were armed today with
a pledge from Acting Governor Amir
of neighboring Sumnatra that "Su-
matra's ten million are ready to help
While a British communique re-
oi nted sporadic Indonesian attacks
at several places in western Java, a
dispatch from Soerakarta said that
Amir had appeared with leaders of
the unrecognized republic at a mass
Dance . . ..
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be the last party of its kind, since the
University will return to its peace-
time schedule next year.
The dance is sponsored by the
Union and League Councils, under
the chairmanship of Nora McLaugh-
lin and Dick Roeder. Patrons for the
event include President and Mrs. Al-
exander G. Ruthven, Vice-president
and Mrs. J. P. Adams, Vice-president
and Mrs. R. P. Briggs, Vice-president
and Mrs.M. L. Niehuss, and Secretary
and Mrs. H. G. Watkins.
The list continues with Registrar
and Mrs. Ira M. Smith, Dean and Mrs.
W. I. Bennett, Dean and Mrs. R. W.
Bunting, Dean Joseph A. Bursley,
Dean and Mrs. I. ( Crawford, Dean
and Mrs. S. T. Dana, Dean and Mrs.
J. B. Edmondson, Dean and Mrs. A. C.
Furstenberg, Director of Summer Ses-
sion and Mrs. L. A. Hopkins, Dean
and Mrs. Hayward C. Deniston, Dean
and Mrs. H. B. Lewis, and ean and
Mrs. E. V. Moore.
Other patrons are Dean Alice C.
Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. E. B. Stason,
Dean and Mrs. R. A. Stevenson, Dean
and Mrs. H. F. Vaughn, Dean and
Mrs. W. B. Rea, Dean and Mrs. E. A.
Walter, Dean C. F. Olmstead, Dr.
Margaret Bell, Miss Ethel A. McCor-
mick, Mrs. E. R. Fuller, Prof. and Mrs.
A. W. Bromage, Prof. and Mrs. H. O.
Crisler, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Bawer,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Leibee and Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Munn.
Plans Ski Trip
'For Dec. 28-30
East Tawas Favored
If Conditions 'Permit
The American Youth Hostel, an or-
ganization affiliated with the Ann
Arbor Youth Council plans a ski trip
for December 28, 29, and 30.
Because of the uncertainty of snow
conditions, there are four possible
destinations: East Tawas, 180 miles
from Ann Arbor; Cadillac, 200 miles;
Grayling, 250 miles; andGaylord, 270
miles. Snow conditions permitting,
East Tawas is the favored trip. '
Those persons wishing to join the
trip should file reservations with
Janina Niedbala, Robert Owen Co-
operative House, 1017 Oakland, Ann
Arbor, phone: 7211, not later than
Gen. Brehon Somervell, Chief of
Army Service Forces, will retire on .
April 29, it was announced yester-
day. He recently told the Senate
Military Affairs Committee that a
single armed forces agency ebuld
have shortened the war.
THURS., DEC. 20, 1945
8:15-Meet the Band.
9:45-Moments of Melodies.
10:15-What Do You Know?
11:15-Lean Back & Listen.
11 :30-Farm & Home Hour,
12:30-Along the Sports
12:45-Man on the Street.
1:10-Organ Music (Pop.)
1:15-Ray Bloch Presents
2:15-Melody on Parade.
3:30-Flashes from Life.
3:40-It Actually Happened.
4:30-Meet Me at Morays.
AROUND THE CLOCK WITH WPAG
The gift of true beauty has util-
ity. Pretty GUEST TOWELS and
TEA TOWELS are useful and
'Atom' and Eve
Modern pedagogy claims that
the type of learning acquired in
one course does not carry over into
But one physics major would
contest this 'theory. As she 'was
taking notes in her philosophy
class (which immediately follows
her physics class), she absent-
mindedly wrote out the name of
Adam, the first man, as "atom."
Capt. Mc1' iY Acute
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 19 - (P) -
Capt. Charles B. McVay 3rd was ac-
quitted on a charge of inefficiency
today in the loss of the cruiser In-
WASHINGTON, Dec. 19-YP)-The
Senate declined to'day to 'extend the
Second War Powers Act more than
six months. rejecting, 31 to 30, the
Judiciary Committee's recommenda-
tion that the extension cover all next
Then, by a v'oice vote, the Senate
1 sent the sixmonth cextension bill back
to the House for consideration of
The Second War Powers Act in-
eludes authority to ration scarce ar-
The House had voted the extension
only until next June 30, and the Sen-
ate backed this up by a one-vote
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"HER HIGHN-ESS- AND THE BELLBOY"
STENOGRAPHER: Argus Incor-
porated, West William and
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,
% Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard
WANTED: Male help. Boy with no
eight or 11 o'clock classes to wash
dishes. Apply any morning. Martha
FOR SALE: New white figure skates
size 8, $20.00. Girl's new alpaca-
lined coat, size 18, $20.00. Tele-
BEAUTY COUNSELOR GIFT PACK-
AGES for mother, dad, sister or
brother. $1.00 and up. Ph. 7447
or call at 923 Forest.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Army-type wristwatch with
a silver bracelet. Left in men's
washroom Sunday afternoon in Li-
brary. Call 5475. Reward.
LOST: Diamond lavalier between
Stockwell and SAE house Friday
night. Contact Audrey Burnard,
LOST: Silver bracelet, on or near
campus Saturday night. Senti-
mental value. Call Shirley Loeb-
LOST: Coast Guard Ring on cam-
pus. Reward offered. Call Jackie
LOST: Navy P-coat with wallet con-
taining valuable seaman papers.
If found please call 8456.
LOST: Light Brown billfold with im-
portant identification within. Keep
billfold but please send identifica-
tion to 612 E. Madison or call 9358.
LOST at Union Formal: One round
earring, green stone set in rhine-
stone. Call 2-3119.
LOST: At Messiah, woman's brown
wallet, valuable papers inclosed.
Sentimentalvalue. Call Charlotte
DRIVING to New York Wednesday,
Dec. 19. Four seats available. Call
tonight 5320, 7:10 p.m.
WHEREVER YOU GO
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
YOUR TRIP BEGINS
SEND IT DY
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DON'T BE MOPEY ...
Pick up those washday, or after-
holiday blues with a mid-after-
noon snack at the PARROT.
(CHOICE OF ONE)
and the best of holiday food at tl
TAVERN CAFETERIA. For thos
of you who have to spend you
Christmas in Ann Arbor - mak
the Tavern your regular eatia
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Oysters on the Half Shell
Fresh Shrimp Cocktail Chilled Tomato Juice
Fruit Cup Supreme Chicken Soup a la Imperial
Hearts of Celery Mixed Olives Fresh Radishes
WHOLE BROILED LIVE LOBSTER - Draw-i Butter
ROAST YOUNG TOM TURKEY with Dressing and Cranberry Sauce
ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF, au his
BROILED FILET MIGNON
JUMBO FROG LEGS, Fried - Tartar Sauce
ROAST LONG ISLAND DUCKLING, Dressing, Jelly
Mashed or French Fried Potatoes
Fresh Asparagus or Fresh Peas in Butter
Fresh Vegetable Salad - Choice of Dressing
. . DESSERTS..
are ahead. The easiest and best
way to enjoy your holiday turkey
is to plan now to eat at the MAY-
FLOWER Christmas Day.
or Pumpkin Pie
Fruit Cake with Brandy Sauce
or Chocolate Parfaits or Sundaes
ASSORTED- FRUITS AND, NUTTS
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