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Pastors Plan
Annual Meeting
For Jan. 21,23
Faculty Members To
Welcome Clergymen
Michigan clergymen will gather in
Ann Arbor for the seventh annual
Pastors Conference from Jan. 21
through Jan. 23.
Several members of the University
faculty will address the conference.
University Provost James P. Adams
will welcome the pastors at the first
open session Monday afternoon. Pro-
fessors Howard McClusky and Wil-
liam Haber will join George Romney
Association, Victor Reuther of the
UAW (CIO) and Rev. Paul Heath in
The University Extension Serv-
ice has issued an appeal to any
Ann Arbor residents who would be
willing to rent a room to a Michi-
gan pastor attending the annual
Pastors' Conference, Jan. 21-23,
to contact the Extension Service
immediately.
About 300 pastors, of all denomi-
nations, are expected to attend the
conference. Some 75 of the minis-
ters will stay at the Union, but
rooms for the remaining number
are urgently needed. Anyone who
would have a room available is
asked to call the Extension Service,
telephone 4121, extension 354.
a panel discussion of "The Church
and Industrial Conflicts" Monday
evening.
At an after-dinner symposium:
Professors Carl Remer and Robert
Hall and Dr. Frank Huntley will dis-
cuss "The Far East to Date."
The conference is under the joint
sponsorship of the University Exten-
siop Service and the Michigan Coun-
cil of Churches and Christian Edu-
cation.
Spanish Tryouts
Tryouts for the Spanish play will
be held from 4 to 5 p.m. today and
tomorrow in Rm. 408 Romance Lan-
guAge Building.
TYPEWRITERS
Nought, Dented
Repaired
STUDENT and
OFFICE BUPPL ES
0. D. MORRILL
314 8. State St. Phone 6613

CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS
iiloomuer Returns . . .j Cvonitrueis 0K'd ..

Prof. Harlan H. Bloomer, director
of the Speech Clinic, has returned to
his duties at the clinic after a leave
of absence of three years while he
was serving in the Navy.
On his last assignment in the Navy,
Prof. Bloomer was attached to the
basic instructor school at Pensecola,
Fla. He served on the staff of the
commandant of the naval air train-
ing bases as director of the training
research division which developed
methods of improving flight instruc-
tion.
Prof. Ollie L. Backus, who has been
acting manager of the clinic during
Dr. Bloomer's absence; resumes her
position as assistant director and su-
pervisor of teacher training.
Poems Published...
"Middle Passage," a poem in
three parts by Robert Hayden of
the English department, has been
published in the new book "Cross
Section, 1945," edited by Edwin
Seaver.
The poem is a part of a new
book of poetry Hayden in working
on which deals with the Civil War
and the slavery struggle. "Middle
Passage" and the other writings in
"Cross Section" were chosen from
130 entries handed in. "Cross sec-
tion" is an anthology of what is
considered the best of new Ameri-
can writing.
Hayden's book is under option
to Doubleday Doran. The publish-
ing date has not yet been set.
V-5 Recruitment.
Recruitment of Aviation cadets,
class V-5 has .been resumed by the
Navy after a lapse of two years, Naval
Officer Procurement, Detroit an-
nounced yesterday.
Applicants must have completed
four college semesters before Mar. 1,
and between 18 and 23. Cadets will
be placed on inactive duty upon en-
listing, and will be called up after
March 1. They will go directly to
pre-flight training. Scholastic re-
quirements include two years of high
school or college mathematics, a
course in physics and in trigonome-
try. Interested students should con-
tact Naval Officer Procurement, 947
Book Building, Detroit 26.

New contracts covering airplane
frame construction, a study of sur-
face quality and machine tool wear'
and an investigation of pressure
relieving systems in the petroleum
industry have been approved by
the Board of Regents, Prof. Albert
E. White, director of engineering
research, declared yesterday.
Additions and extensions to
previous contracts and purchase-
orders totaling $43,975.00, which
have been entered into or accepted
by the Department of Engineering
Research, were also approved by
the Regents.
Need Waste P
Emphasizing the continued need
for waste paper and tin can salvage,
George H. Gabler, Washtenaw Coun-
ty Salvage Committee chairman re-
ported yesterday a decrease in collec-
tions here.
The need for waste paper is so
great, he said, that paper mills are
sending scouts to interview salvage
chairmen in cities all over the nation.
To succeed, the tin can collection
must yield at least enough to fill a
small railroad flat car, he said.
Lloyd To Speak
Dean of Women Alice C. Lloyd
has left for the University of Ar-
kansas, Fayettevile, Ark. where
she will speak tomorrow at a Con-
vocation.
She will return to Ann Arbor on
Monday.
Students Report .. .
Several graduate students in
speech will report on the annual con-
vention of the National Association
of Teachers of Speech at a meeting
of the Graduate Study Club of the
Department of Speech at 4 p.m. to-
morrow in the East Conference Room
of the Rackham Building.
Among those who attended the
convention two weeks ago in Colum-
bus, O., and will make reports are
Tom C. Battin, Winton, H. Beaven,
Eleanor Dallatorre and Doris Rich-
ards.
Vets' Party .. .
Swimming, badminton, and cokes
will be featured at a Sports Party
presented by the VI's Wives at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the IM
Building.
The get-together is to be in-
formal and purely social, the main
purpose being to help members of
the VO and their wives to become
acquainted with other members
of the groups. This will be the first
of a series of such sports parties
sponsored by the Wives organiza-
tion.
Special invitations have been
sent out to VO members but all
married veterans together with
their wives are asked to attend.
Kuhn Will Speak ...
"Psychoanalysis Goes Theosophic"
will be the topic of Dr. Alvin Boyd
Kuhn at a meeting of the Ann Arbor
Theosophical Society at 8 p.m. today
in the League.
Everyone is invited to attend.
Center Program ...
Highlight of the Sunday evening
program at the International Center
will be the presentation of a group
of kodachrome slides of springtime
on the Atlantic coast taken and
shown by Dr. Esson M. Gale, direc-
tor of the International Center, and
Mrs. Gale.
The slides, collectively titled "Along

America's Blossom Trail," will be
shown following a supper at 6 p.m.
and a Community Sing at 7 p.m.
Tickets are available at the center.

'Gym-Jam' Set -
For Saturday
informal WAA Frolic
To Feature Daning
'Offering novel week-end entertain-
ment for all students on campus,
WAA will present "Gym-Jam" from
8:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Saturday in
Barbour and Waterman gyms.
The informal affair will feature
square dancing, under the direction
of Howard Leibie, of the Physical
Education Department for men, and
in addition, four sports will be un-
derway during the evening.
From 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., those
attending may play badminton in
Waterman gym. Bridge, in the fenc-
ing room, ping-pong in the correc-
tives room and volley-ball in Bar-
bour gym will highlight the event
from 8:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Coeds have been requested to wear
informal sports attire and low heels.
Refreshments will be served and
tickets may be purchased at the door.
"Gym-Jam" will offer variety in
affairs designed for weekend recre-
ation as it follows an evening of for-
mal dances.

The University of Michigan has
been selected to train scholarship
students in aeronautical engineering
through a plan of the Richard Ira
.Dean Walter To
Speak at Htle
Two Sabbath evening services, a
fireside discussion and a social hour
are planned for the activities to begin
at 7:45 p.m. tomorrow at Hillel
Foundation.
Both conservative and reform serv-
ices will be offered, and they will be
followed by a discussion to be led by
Dean Erich A. Walter of the literary
college. Dean Walter will speak on
the topic "Victory's Unfinished Busi-
ness: the Student's Challenge." In-
cluded in his address will be a discus-
sion of the value of curricular versus
extra-curcirlar training as a prepar-
ation for the future, and the trained
student's moral responsibility in re-
lation to society.

Boni Memorial Foundation, Prof. IE.
W. Conlon of the Department of l
Aeronautical Engineering announcedl
yesterday.
Fully Accreditedl
One of the colleges and universities
of America fully accredited in aero-
nautical engineering, by the Engi-
neers Council for Professional Devel-
opment, Michigan will assist in the
program of educating 50 of the best
qualified high school graduates of the
nation, including the District of Co-
lumbia and Alaska, each year, Prof.
Conlon said. Selection of students for
the scholarships will be on a com-
petitive basis in the respective states
and territories.
"Michigan is pleased to be included
among the colleges that will share in
the great work of the Bong Founda-
tion in educating American youth in
this highly important field," Prof.
Conlon said. Besides fifty $1,000,.00
scholarships to be awarded yearly
through public contributions, the

RICHARD BONG MEMORIAL FOUNDATION:
'U' Will Train Engine Scholarship Students

Foundation h ns t a -
tional and educations} ht W .
Poplar, Wisconsin.
Living Memorial
"The plan of the Bong Memorial
Foundation to offer a living memorial
to the late Major Bong, American ace
of aces in World War II, and his
compatriots is one of the finest proj-
ects in America today," Prof: Con-
lon declared. "It will add materially
to the aviation industry in thee ra
ahead."
Captain Eddie Rickenbacker,
famed World War I top-ranking ace,
is honorary chairman of the Foun-
dation. Gen. H. H. Arnold, com-
manding general of the Army Air
Corps, and Col. Jimmy Stewart, mo-
tion picture actor who was recently
discharged from the air corps, are
honorary vice-chairmen. The Rich-
ard Ira Bong Memorial Foundation,
conceived and organized in Poplar,
Wisconsin by friends and neighbors
of the late Maj. Bong, is a non-profit
corporation.

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE: New Tuxedo, size 38.
Also new ;navy blues, size 38. 3152
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: Sheaffer pencil opposite
Hill Auditorium on Saturday night.
Call 3233, 925 S. State.
DID YOU get my manila folder con-
taining a war bond confused with
your things at Follett's on Tues-
day? If so, Reward. Call Stephens
at 4377.
LOST: Monday between Slater's and
Barbour Gym, black change purse
containing $19.00 and change.
Money desperately needed. Call
9228. Reward
LOST: Green Schaefer pen on
campus Monday. Reward. Ruth
McGugan, Room 497, Jordan
LOST: Topaz Parker "51" gold-top
pen. Reward. Call Shirley Zack.
9517.

LOST: Brown zippered billfold, Tues-
day night. Contains money, im-
portant cards. Contact Sanger
Westphal, 508 Monroe St. Reward.
LOST: Jeweled Kappa Phi pin, ini-
tialed I. R. Y. on back. Call Iris
Yoder 2-4561. Reward.
LOST: Alpha Omicron Pi sorority pin
Saturday night at or near Union.
Engraved. Dorothy A. Robertson.
Call 7992. Reward.
HELP WANTED
WANTED: Part time fountain help.
Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co. 324
South State.
WANTED
WANTED: Mien why eat out? Board
by the month and save money. Ex-
cellent food, reasonable rates. Con-
tact house manager 700 S State.
Tel. 23297.
WANTED to Swap ticket from Ann
Arbor to New York City, for New
York to Ann Arbor. Please call
Rita Jaffe, 4121 - 2147
WANTED: Sewing. Will make two
worn sheets into one good one. Also
do refitting of formals or date
dresses and any refitting except on
black material. Miss Livingston,
315 S. Division, 2nd floor front.
WANTED: Roommate, veteran to
share apartment. Rent $25 per
month. Call 1110 Judson Ct.
Thurs. or Fri.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED'TO BUY 1946 'Ensian.
Please contact Marie Orr, 9390.

JAN. 10

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