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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Increasing Number of Vets
Ask Counseling Center Advice

Approximately 922 new veteranst
used the facilities of the Ann Arbor
Veterans' Counselling Center in thet
period, October through Decmber,
1945, Karl Karsian, Veterans' Coun-
sellor, announced yesterday.
Representing a 25 per cent in-
crease over the last quarter's total, 371
cases were handled by the Center ina
the first three months of the year, a
quarterly report of the Center reveals.
Repeat Visits
The number of repeat visits also in-
creased from two in the first quarter
Prof. Colby Will,
Lecture Sunday,
On Folk MuSIC
Culminating the week's events at1
the International Center, Prof. Mar-
tha Colby of the department of psy-
chology will speak on the subject
"Folk Music of the World" at 7:30
p.m. Sunday.
The lecture, which will be followed
by a community sing and refresh-
ments, will be illustrated with re-
cordings of folk music, now in the
catalogue of a national recording
firm, which Dr. Colby made during a
world tour for the study of folk
music.
Polonia Society will hold its weekly
meeting at 7:30 p.m. today at the
Center, and a classical record con-
cert will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Honoring students from Argentina,
Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay,
the first of a series of special teas
feting various national groups will
be held at the regular International
tea hour, 4 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday.
Mrs. James P. Adams, wife of Pro-
vost Adans, will be hostess.
Prof. Lee Will
Lecture Here
Speaking under the auspices of the
fine arts department, Prof. Renssel-
aer Lee of Smith College and the In-
stitute for Advanced Study at Prince-
ton University will lecture on "Pous-
sin and the Ancient World" at 4:15
pm. Thursday in Rackham Amphi-
theatre.
Prof. Lee, in addition to his duties
at Smith andPrinceton,Cholds the
post of president of the College Art
Association. He is the former editor of
the Art Bulletin, journal of the Col-
lege Art Association.
SRA Will Hold
Seminar Today
fhe Student Religious Association
will hold a Seminar in Comparative
Religion under the direction of Rev.
Edward H. Redman at 7:15 p.m. to-
day in Lane Hall.
Dr. Redman will discuss Babylon-
ian origins of the Old Testament stor-
ies of Creation, the Flood and the
Tree of Life as well as the relation-
ship between the law of Moses and
the law code of Hammurabi found on
Babylonian clay tablets. The Baby-
lonian outlook on nature, politics and
social behavior and the relationship
between these peoples and the Hebrew
tribes will also be discussed.
Dr. Ford Will Discuss
Kelly's January Proposals
Dr. Robert S. Ford, director of the
University Bureau of Government,
will be guest speaker tomorrow at
the sixth luncheon meeting of the
Detroit and State Affairs Section of
the Economic Club of Detroit.
He and Lt.-Gov. Vernon J. Brown
will discuss Governor Kelly's propos-
als to the January special session of

the Michigan State Legislature. E

to 430 in the last,T[e im ajority of
veterans are from Ann Arbor, and
their major problem, the Center finds,
is concerned with insurance, with em -
ployment second.
Reviewing improvements in coun-
selling during the past year, the re-
port points out that A. F. Klinger,
representative of the Detroit office of
Smaller War Plants Corporation, has
come to town once a week since No-
vember to answer veterans' questions
about disposal of surplus army equip-
ment.
Counselling Center
Other features being continued
from the past quarter are the Vet-
erans' Counselling Center hour at
L0:45 a.m., Sunday, on WPAG, and
cooperation with the Mayor's Com-
mittee on Housing. The G. I. Column,
which appeared in the Ann Arbor
News for several months, is being
printed in small booklet form and
will be available soon for free distri-
bution to veterans.
The report points out that the
American Legion has donated a sum
of money to the Veterans' Counsellor
for the welfare of veterans. The re-
port also announces that the coun-
sellor attended regional meetings of
New England Veterans' Counsellors
in Boston.
Fishing Laws
May Be Eased
Experiments Prove
Lakes Over-Crowded
LANSING, Jan. 14, (/P), Major liber-
alization of Michigan fishing laws was
recommended today as a means of im-
proving sport angling by two State
Conservation Department fish experts.
The propsals were made by Fred A.
Westerman, chief of the Fish Division
and Dr. Albert S. Hazzard, Director of
the Institute for Fisheries Research
at Ann Arbor, and published by the
department in magazine form for dis-
tribution to sportsmen.
Basing their proposals on the con-
clusion, reached after years of ex-
perimentations, that more than
enough fish are reproduced even in
heavily fished waters than Michigan
streams and lakes can provide with
food and space, the experts declared
that except in special cases, further
planting of fish has been found un-
economical, unnecessary and even
harmful.
They recommended delaying the
start of the trout fishing season from
the last Saturday in April to May 10
in the Lower Peninsula and on May 20
in the Northern Peninsula. They said
trout waters were not warm enough
at the opening date to stimulate prop-
er feeding of the fish which become
thin and sluggish during winter.
Wailer To Talk
On Radio Jobs
"Careers in Radio" will be dis-
cussed by Miss Judith Waller, direc-
tor of public service for the National
Broadcasting Co., at the speech as-
sembly at 3 p.m. today in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
Miss Waller, who is recognized as
one of the outstanding women in the
field of radio in the country, will ex-
plain the necessary preparation foi
radio careers in various positions.
One of the first persons to recog-
nize the importance of radio in edu-
cation, Miss Waller devised a unique
program of broadcasts when the Chi-
cago public schools closed during a
polio epidemic several years ago. Sh
arranged for radio time, script writ-
ers and producers to carry on the
school work over the air.
Miss Waller was a member of the
first advisory board of the Columbi
School of the Air and presently su-
pervises the Chicago Round Table

AudubonSociety
To Hold Annual
Meetinlg Here
Progirani 1V1. iii= ichtl
Exhibit, Rleports, fii.
The 42nd annual meeting of the
Michigan Audubon Society will be
held Friday and Saturday at Rack-
ham Building, Clarence Messner,
president, announce\l.
An exhibit of photographs by mem-
bers of the society will open the pro-
gram at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the As-
sembly Hall. The exhibit will be open
also Saturday afternoon and Sat-
urday evening until 6 p.m. A program
session will follow with Dr. Harry W.
"'Hann, chairman of the zoology de-
partment at the University, presiding.
The "University of Michigan Biologi-
cal Station in Kodachrome", by
Charles H. Blair, will be one of the
subjects presented. The program ses-
sion will be followed by a social hour.
Annual rports of the Society will
be presented at 9 a.m. Saturday mor-
ning, Clarence J. Messner presiding.
A visit to the bird division of the
University Museum will follow the
reports.
Following the business and program
meeting Saturday afternoon there
will be a report of the Sanctuary
Committee and a film "Private Life of
the Gannets". An annual dinner will
be held at 6 p.m. at the Congregation-
al Chuich.

CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS I

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Teocat Lane Hall... \
Dr.1Ralph Dougjlfas Hyslop, Na-
tional Student Work Director, Dr.
Laxamana of the Philippines and
Dr. Kulendian from Ceylon, India,
all members of a team from the In-
ternational Seminar of the Congre-
gational denomination, will meet stu-
dents at 4:15 p.m, today at a recep-
tion in Lane Hall,
There will be an informal discus-
sion with these leaders before tea is
served. At 6 p.m. the team will meet
with a group of officers and repre-
sentatives of Guilds interested in as-
sisting the officers and representa-
tives of Guilds interested in assisting
the World Student Service Fund
drive which will begin on January 16.
Litel To Speak . .
Dr. Franklin Littell will discuss
the Christian Statesmanship of
Gregoryrthe Great in the Seminar
on the Expansion of Christianity
at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in Lane Hall.
This seminar to consider the ex-
pansion of Christianity through
the lives of great Christian leaders
is sponsored by the Protestant In-
ter-Guild. All students are invited
to attend the lecture and the dis-
cussion following.

CLASSII1E D ADVERTISING

Facuht Dace .
The second Faility-Alimni (lance
of the season will be held from 9 to
midnight, Wednesday, in the Union
ball room.
Bill Layton's. orchestra will play
for the semi-formal dance. Tickets
may be purchased at the door. All
faculty and alumni members and
their friends are invited.
Cabaret Pictures
Those wishing to order pictures
from the Soph Cabaret floor show
may do so from 3 to 4:30 p.m. to-
day and from 4 to 5 p.m. tomorrow
in the League.
Soph Cabaret committee chair-
men's reports are due at the Cen-
tral committee meeting at 7:15
p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31.
YWCA Service..
Women interested in serving in the
Youth Department of the Young
Women's Christian Association are
asked to call Miss Hartman at 2-2581
or contact her at the Y.W.C.A.
There are opportunities to partici-
pate in program planning, recrea-
tional leadership, workshop program,
play production, chorus and special
music work. Women are also'needed
as club advisors, leaders for Girl Re-I
serve Groups and to teach handi-
crafts.
Wyverni To Meet . .
A compulsory meeting for all
Wyvern members will be held at
7:00 p.m. tomorrow in the game
room of the League.
Anyone who is unable to attend
is asked to call Jean grown at
2-5618.
Flyers To Meet.. .
The University of Michigan Flying
Club will hold its next meeting at
7:30'p.m. tomorrow in Rm. 1042 East
Engineering Building.
All those who would be interested
in learning the practical side of fly-
ing are invited to attend the meeting
whether members of the club or not,
it was announced by Warren Curry,
graduate of the College of Engineer-
ing's aeronautical department, aid
president of the organization.
Alderman Is Fined, Jailed
CADILLAC, Jan. 16 -(AP)- Cornel-
ius J. Ulbert, 38, Ann Arbor alderman,
Monday started a three-day jail sen-
tence here after paying $205 in fine
and costs.
The sentence resulted from Ulbert's
conviction on a traffic charge which
the defendant carried to the State
Supreme Court.
PERSONALITY STYLES
are blended, shaped to your fa-
cial features. TRY ONE!
The Daseola Barbers
Between State & Mich. Theatres

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FOR SALE
ATTENTION Prospective Naval Of-
ficers! Officer's whites, working
uniforms. Waist size 32. 335 E.
Huron, Apt. 4.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY 1945 'Ensian.
Please contact Marie Orr, 9390.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Heavy brown leather wallet;
initials P.G.B. Important papers..
Contained no money. Call 2-4561,
Rm. 331.
LOST at League: Tai wallet with
identification, money order. Need
badly. Would like returned. Re-
ward. Mail to 542 Mosher.
LOST: pair glasses in case between
Hill Street and campus. If found
call Dorothy Harvey 2-2543.
LOST: silver watch, black band. 'Re-
ward. Call Kay Lynch, 22591.
LOST: Pair of glasses in case be-
tween Hill and 'S. University on
Church. Call Pat Heustis, 25618.
LOST: At Intramural swimming pool
-a large silver ring with fraternity
crest. Reward. Owens, 401 Chicago,
W. Quadrangle.
LOST-Sunday. Vicinity of campus
and E. University. Brown leather
billfold. Money and important
identification belonging to Mary
Ruth Harrigan. Call Mary C. Pet-
ers, 6710.
LOST: Shaeffer pen between 212 S.
Thayer and Chemistry building Fri-
day. Contact Dana Johnson at 5750
after 6 p.m.
LOST: Black leather knitting bag
containing unfinished blue gloves
on E. Liberty, Thursday, Dec. 27.
Call 5750 after 6:00 p.m.
PLEEZE! Anyone having information
about a six-foot, blue cushioned to-
boggan lost in the Arb. Sat.
night, call Harris 2-2591.
DRIVING to Columbus, O., week-
ends. Desire passenger for com-
pany or to share expenses. Phone
8028 evenings.
LOST: Delta Gamma sorority pin
between Hill St. and Alumni Memo-
rial Hall. Sentimental value. Call
Dotty Wantz, 2-2543.

LOST: Monday between Slater's and
Barbour Gym, black change purse
containing $19.00 and change.
Money desperately needed. Call
9228. Reward
LOST: Topaz Parker "51" gold-top
pen. Reward. Call Shirley Zack.
9517.
LOST: On Washtenaw Ave., large
sterling pin with many colored
stones. Jabot attached. Great sent-
imental value. Reward. Call 2-4246.
HELP WANTED
WANTED: Part time fountain help.
Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co. 324
South State.
WANTED: Boy or man to shovel
snow and care for lawn near
Church and Hill Streets. Phone
6515.
WANTED
WANTED TO RENT: Nice apart-
ment for myself and wife; no
dogs, no children. Am entering
U. of M. Law School in March.
Willing to long term lease. Can
move in anytime after Feb. 1st.
Address Lt. John E. Grasboll
NROTC Unit, U. of W., Madison,
Wisconsin. Can come to Ann Ar-
bor anytime to see apartment.
OKLAHOMA NATIVE PECANS:
Rich, full flavored nuts, 5 pounds
2.98, postpaid. Send mail or-
der to Lawtonka Pecan Co., P.O
Box 959, Lawton, Okla.

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FRESH AS A DAISY
The way to keep your exquisite
lingerie lovely is to use sachet. The
JUNE GREY SHOP has the sweet-
est-smelling sachets in dainty pas-
tel silk cases.

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"EXPERIENCED, skilled counsellors
wanted, private boys' camp, nor-
thern Michigan, June 23 to Aug. 24.
Write full qualifications, c/o Daily."
WANTED: Men why eat out? Board
by the month and save money. Ex-
cellent food, reasonable rates. Con-
tact house manager 700 S. State.
Tel. 23297.
HEAD COOK wanted private boys'
camp northern Michigan June 23-
Aug. 25. Can bring own pastry cook.
Good salary for competent person.
Write full qualification, c/o Daily.
WANTED to Swap ticket from Ann
Arbor to New York City, for New
York to Ann Arbor. Please call
Rita Jaffe, 4121 - 2147
WANTED: Four Heifetz tickets, two
pair together, if possible. Call 6893.

SWEET AND LOVELY
is the new scent, Mist of Dawn, bl
Mary Kathleen Quinlan. Thy
MADEMOISELLE SHOP has th
toilet water, bath oil, body sache
and bath powder in sets or ind
vidually,
WHAT'S BUZZING,
COEDS?
Of course they're talking abot
these smart new blouses at tI
HAT BOX, 719 N. University. On
for every wardrobe need, and sp
cially versatile is this turtle-nec
wool in black or white.

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FUN WITH THE VIC
Dancing's loads of fun in your free
hours at the house, so come down
to RADIO AND RECORD SHOP
and choose the music perfect for
dancing. Special now are Frank
Sinatra, Gene Krupa, and Kay
Kyser in latest Columbia releases.
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AROUND THE CLOCK WITH WPAG

TOMORROW 8:30 P.M.

TUES. Jan. 15, 1946
8:00-News
8:10-Music
8:15-Meet the Band
8:25-Outdoor Brevities
8:30-Sleepyhead Serenade
8.55-News
9:00-Music Box
9:30-Popular Music
9:40-News
9:45.-Moments of Melodies
10:00-News
10:05-Semi-Classical Music
10:15-Midmorning Dance
Time
10:30-Broadway Melodies
10:40-Community Calendar
10:45-Waltz Time t

11:00-News
11:05-Lawrence Quintet
11:15-Lean Back & Listen
11:30-Farm & Home Hour
11:55-Hit Tunes
12:00-News
12:15-Jesse Crawford
12:20-Spike Jones
12:30-Along the Sports
Sidelines
12:45-Man on the Street
1:00-News
1:05-Salon Music
1:10-Organ Music
1:15-Ray Bloch Presents
1:30-Lionel Hampton
1:45-Jerry Sears

2:00-News
2:05-John Scott Trotter
2:15-Melody on Parade
3:00-News
3:05--Everett Tutchings
3:15-University of Mich.
3:30-Latin American Music
3:40-It Actually Happened
3:45-Little Show
4:00-News
4:15-Dance Music
4:30-Spotlight on the
Stars
4:45-Quiz
5:00-News
5:05-Music
5:15-Mystery Melodies

THEY'RE CUTE
AND GAY...
And so are these new jigger jackets
y y at the DILLON SHOP. This cun-
ning little jacket, which fits right
- into your budget, is a must for
classes and coke dates. In red,
navy, black, or brown.

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JEWELS MADE HER
LOVELY THEN...
And now, modern costume jewelry
at JENKS & CO., 221 E. Liberty,
will make the simplest frock ele-
gant, the dressier outfit complete.
A string of pearls, a shining brace-
let . . . jewelry gives that added
touch.

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