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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

YrRIDAY, T1~I_ JART 111940

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Dr. Baron Will Lecture at Hillel
Tonight on Present-Day Palestine

Following the regular sabbath eve
services to begin at 7:45 p.m. today at
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, Dr.
Salo Baron, professor of Jewish his-
tory, literature, and institutions at
Columbia University., will give the
first annual Henrietta Szold memo-
rial lecture on the topic "Modern
Palestine: Rebirth of a Nation."
Dr. Baron will discuss cultural, eco-
nomic and'social life in Palestine, in-
cluding a description of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
Receiving his Ph.D. from the Uni-
versity of Vienna in political science
and jurisprudence, Dr. Baron got his
rabbinical degree from the Theologi-
cal Seminary in Vienna. He became
a Doctor of Hebrew Letters in 1944,
receiving that degree from Hebrew
Union College in New York City.
Since 1930 Dr. Baron has held the
Chair of Jewish Literature, History,
and Institutions of the Miller Foun-
dation of Columbia University. He is
the author: of many books, including
"The Social and Religious History of
the Jews."
An informal social nour will follow
Dr. Baron's lecture.
The final Hillel mixer of the fall

Dr. Baron . . .
semester will be held at 8:30 p.m. to-
morrow at the Foundation with "A
Night at the Circus" as the theme
of th? party.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Pair of pink shell rimmed
glasses on campus last Thursday.
Finder call 5974 and ask for Bar-
bara.

PERSONALS

LOST: Black Shaeffer life-time
bottom, between North Hall
West Quad. Friday 25. Contact
15 Michigan Daily. Reward.

pen
and
Box

WILL THE PERSON who walked off
with a navy blue overcoat from the
basement cloak room of the Law
Library Saturday afternoon return
same. Your old greenish-blue over-
coat is still there. No questions
asked.
LOST: Of course it was picked up by
accident-little round brown purse
left on Greyhound bus stalled at
Stadium and Packard 10:00 p.m.
Sunday. Reward. Please return.
Lucille Waldorf 2-2591.
LOST: Simulated pearls Tuesday eve-
ning in or near State Theatre. Call
3582 days and 7292 evenings. Re-
ward.
FOUND: Fountain pen on diagonal.
Will be returned upon identifica-
tion. Call 7438 between 10-12 p.m.
LOST: Young female collie dog with
collar. Reddish tan, no white. Sun-
day night. Call 8079 --Buell.
LOST: "Eng. Materials" by White,
lecture notebook with return ad-
dress on cover. Reward!
WANTED
ALTERATIONS: Ladies garments,
suits, coats, evening wear, near
Stockwell Hall. 410 Observatory
Street. Phone 2-2678.
STUDENT would like a ride each
week Monday thru Saturday to and
from West Dearborn. Phone Dear-
born 0982.

THE F.A.S.D. & C.C. will meet this
afternoon as usual to celebrate its
Founder's Day.
MEN: Tired of studying for finals?
Confused by refresher courses? Re-
lax with 26 beautiful instructors of
all arts at the "Final Fling" Frii-
day 8 to 12. White House, 1617
Washtenaw.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT: ROOM by full-
time University employee. Garage
is desirable but not vital. Walter,
Phone 5539.
WANTED TO RENT: Apartment or
house, two or three bedrooms.
Three adults, one-year-old child.
W. J. Mason, 23.24-1.
HOUSES FOR SALE
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION: 3-room
apartment on first floor; second'
floor now rented at $60 per month;
large lot; fine location.
10-ROOMS on Geddes Avenue; one
block to campus.
6-ROOM RICK beyond city limits;
Southeast section; excellent condi-
tion.
For additional information call eve-
nings, DeVries 3670; Heger 23702.
H. .. McKERCHER
604 Wolverine Building
PHONE 2-3249
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: New Army officers' field
jacket. Never worn. Button-in lin-
ing. Size 38. Regular and other of-
ficer's clothing. Phone 3524.
MISCELLANEOUS
HAVE your typewriters, adding ma-
chines, calculators repaired. Work
guaranteed. Office Equipment Ser-
vice. 1111 S. 4th Avenue. Phone
2-1213.

'MISTAKE':
Army's Plait
Is Criticized
By Legionl
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON, J a n. 3 1-T h e
American Legion complained today
that it was a "ridiculous mistake" for
the Army to pay travel expenses over-
seas only for families of officers and
high non-coms.
Congressmen charged "discrimina-
tion" and questioned the effect on
GI morale.
The War Department announced
yesterday a plan to let some wives
and children join servicemen abroad.
It said that the government was
authorized by law to pay for the
travel of dependents of officers, the
three top grades of non-commissioned
officers, and certain tivilian em-
ployes of the department.
Families of enlisted men in lower
grades will not be permitted to go
under present arrangements, even if
they should pay their way, but plans
to include them later are under
study, the War Department said.
John H. Stelle, national command-
er of the American Legion, said in
a statement that it was "the lowly
paid privates, privates-first class,
corporals and duty sergeants" who
needed help and encouragement, not
the higher ranking personnel.
He said the War Department was
"making the same ridiculous mistake
in handling this matter as it had in
the handling of the point system of
discharges."
Senator Lucas (D-Ill.) told the
Senate the department ought to treat
everybody alike.
"Instead of building up morale by
the plan," he said, "this will tear it
down.
Stuart To Meet
Administrators
Dr. J Leighton Stuart, president of
China's Yenching University, will ar-
rive in Ann Arbor Monday morning
to discuss with University adminis-
trators and professors plans for the
rehabilitation of the Peiping institu-
tion.
The English Language Institute
will honor Dr. Stuart, a prisoner of
the Japanese for almost four years,
with a dinner in English house at 6
p.m. Monday.
Tuesday. he will attend a luncheon
at the Union given by the Commit-
tee on Inter-Cultural Relations, a re-
ception for Chinese students at 4 p.m.
in the International Center, and a
dinner in the League given by stu-
dents from Yenching University.
Junior Case Club
Winners Revealed
Winners of the Junior Case Club
finals of this semester were an-
nounced yesterday by John Dobson,
president of the club.
The winners were Joe Morency,
Robert Cardon, Richard Scatterday
and Ray Boucher. The final winner
will be chosen next semester.
Buy Victory Bonds!

VALENTINE -Film
Actress Paulette Goddard poses
for a valentine picture to give
her husband, Burgess Meredith.!

ASSOCIATED

C E R M A N C R U I S E R A T B 0 S T 0 N -The 18,640-ton German heavy cruiser, Prinz
Eugen, first large enemy ship to come to this country since the Axis collapse, lies alongside a pier at
the South Boston navy yard after arriving with a U. S. prize crew aboard.

PUCTURE NEWS

PRESS

PARATROO P E RS' JUM P-Four Army paratroopers
jump at 800,feet over the airport at Hagerstown, Md., in tests of
the Fairchild C-82 Packet plane..A few minutes later a 40-mile
wind blew two of them against a high tension wire, but they
escaped uninjured. Sgt. Alfred Hargraves, Gloucester, N. ., broke
the wire with his feet. The wind disrupted the tests.

K I N G A N D Q U E E N-Jeanette Dickson, parade queen
of the Lakeland, Fla., mid-winter rodeo,; goes for a ride on King
Midas, beautiful palomino, blue ribbon winner of the event.

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SWEATERS

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IN SPRING'S
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$5

NEW AM BASSADOR - Sir Archibald Clark-Kerr
(above) succeeds Lord Halifax as British ambassador to the U. S.

MAYBE you've always owned on
of these specialties of our house .. .
or maybe that pleasure's still ahead
of you. Yet, we know you won't
want to miss seeing these soft resil-
ient wool sweaters in colors as an
artist would use them--one tone
delicate, the other staccato. Your
choice of: Snow tip grey, fuchsia,
buttercup yellow, brown, straw-
berry red, black, precious pink,
navy, Turquoise blue, white,. Nile
green and melon. Sizes for everyone.

L A U G H T E R D A N C E-The ancient laughter dance is
performed with rhythmical swaying motion of arms and bodies by
girls of the royal fine arts department in Bangkok. The girl at the
right succeeds in making her companion smile.

Buy Victory Bonds!

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ANGORA SWEATERS
New Shipment in Blue,
White, Maize
Pullovers $12.95
Cardigans $15.00

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