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Religious Groups Announce
Driving Ban EffectiveToday
The University driving ban, pro-
hibiting the use of private auto-
mobiles to full-time students under
26 years of age, will go into effect
4t 8 a. m. today.
Students living more than 150 miles
from Ann Arbor may store autos here
for use during vacation, according to,
W. B. Rea, Assistant Dean of Stu-
Special driving privileges have been
extended to students under excep-
Buy Victory Bonds!
SKATE at the
Michigan Ice Rink
daily 7:30-10:00 P. M. except Sunday
Saturday & Sunday afternoons 2:30-5.00 P. M.
First Hillel Services
Will Be Held Friday
With a view toward welcoming
new students into their fold, the vari-
ous religious groups have announced
the activities planned for the first
week of the new semester.
Opening religious activities for the
fall term at HILLEL FOUNDATION,
student cantors Benson Jaffee and
Eugene Malitz will conduct Sabbath
eve services at 7:45 p. m. tomorrow
in the Foundation Chapel.
A sermon on the topic, "The Jew-
ish Horizon; Facing the Facts," will
be delivered by Rabbi Jehudah M.
Cohen, director of the Foundation. A
social hour and refreshments will
Open house will be held from 4 to
6 p. m. tomorrow and on succeeding
Fridays by ST. ANDREWS EPTSCO-
PAL CHURCH. The gathering will
be at the Student's Center at 408
The METHODIST CHURCH will
hold a party for students at 8 p. m.
Friday. Entertainment will be pro-
vided and refreshments will be served.
Catholic students are invited to get
together for dancing and refresh-
ments at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow in the
auditorium of ST. MARY'S STU-
tutSell V Bonds
Students of the University of Ak-
ron, Ohio, recently bought over
$10,000 in victory bonds and stamps
by bidding for the services of faculty
The university's president carried
one bond buyer's books and did her
school work; English professors wrote
love poems; others shined shoes and
cooked meals; athletic coaches wash-
Note: for a 25-dollar war bond
purchase Michigan's Percival Price
might play boogie-woogie on the car-
rillon, the Union might let coeds enter
by the front door, the dorms might
turn out porch lights on weekend
The proverbial worm that goes to
the early bird will hit the campus
Nov. 24 when Joe Gentile and Ralph
Binge, emcees of Happy Joe's Early
Morning Frolic," take to the airlane
from the Union ballroom for their
regular 6 to 9 a. m. broadcast.
This is a sort of morning-after-the-
night-before part of the entertain-
ment planned for Varsity Night. To
be held on the eve of the Ohio State
game and University homecoming, it
is the first Varsity Night to take place
Tom Harmon and Bob Westfall,
famed in the Michigan football field,
and Hal Newhouser, the Detroit Ti-
ger's reknowned hurler, will appear
on the program which will be emceed,
by Gentile and Binge.
To go back to the days of mou-
stache cups, the Gardenaires, state
champion barber shop quartet will
be on hand. In addition, on the mu-
sical end of the entertainment, two
female trumpet players will perform.
Included in the two-and-a-haV
LOCAL, IMPORTED TALENT:
Varsity Night Emcees To Air
Radio Show in Unton Nov. 24
hour program will be selections by the
band, group singing, and cheers led
by the University cheer leaders.
Harmon, now a sports broadcaster
on a Detroit network, will present his
impressions of Michigan football
games this year.
Westfall, the other grid hero, will
add some tales of his own, while New-
houser will contribute stories of base-
ball's World Champions.
Planning the program is a special
student committee made up of repre-
sentatives from Pan-Hellenic, the
League, Interfraternity Council and
The Daily. Paul John, Union social
chairman is committee head.
Admission price for the Varsity'
Night program has not yet been set,
but ticket holders will receive a stub
to admit them to the Saturday morn-
"Sugar Boy" Robinson, 6-year old
Negro boogie-woogie pianist, tenta-
tively scheduled to be in the show.
is not available for that date, it was
HOLD THOSE WAR BONDS!
A Cordial Welcome,
For your campus ward-
robe, choose smartly
tailored sport coat and
a pair of all wool sldcks
of coutrastig color.
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after the Minnesota game
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd
Jimmy Strauss' Orchestra
"Detroit's Newest Dance Sensation"
featuring JACKIE WARD, Vocalist
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