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May 23, 1946 - Image 6

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THURSDAY, MAY 23, 194,


Crowded 'U' ConditionIs Aided
By Correspondene Coneses
With University officials antici- c di lv Mrs. Berenice If. Lee,
pating hundreds more applications Zwho is in charge of the Correspon-
for admission than present facilities dence Study Department.
will enable them to accept, corres- High School, College Courses
pondence and extension courses as- Both high school and college credit
sume a major role in higher educa- courses are offered through corres-
tion. 1 ondence study. A course can be
started at any time and completed
As much as 30 credit hours, or a within a maximum time of one year..
full two semesters' work, completed A student should plan a minimum
through tlhese Uff-campus courses of eight weeks, Mrs. Lee recommend-
will be accepted by the University ed, for completion of a course.
for application to a deree program,

Tickets Will Go
On Sale Today
Tickets for Hillelzapoppin, a vat -
iety show sponsored by the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation, will be on
sale today and tomorrow at the
League and Union and on the Di-

During the past year approximate-
ly 725 high school credit courses and
1,103 college credit courses, as well
as 167 non-credit college courses,
have been elected. Between 1,200 and
1,500 lessons, Mrs. Lee reported, are
corrected and returned to students
all over the world each month.
Aids Veterans
jp'cial needs of veterans have been
m t by the Correspondence Study De-
partment, through cooperation with

Will Lecture
Prof. William F. Ogburn, of the
University of Chicago sociology de-
partment will speak on the "Social
Implications of Atomic Energy" at
8 p.m. tomorrow in Rackham Am-
phitheatre under the joint auspices
of the Department of Sociology and
Alpha Kappa Delta, national honor-
ary sociological society.
Generally recognized as one of the
leading sociologists in the country,
Prof. Ogburn is known for his studies
on the effect of inventions on social
life and has written numerous books
and magazine articles on the sub-
Prof. Ogburn is former president
of the American Sociological Society
and of the American Statistical As-
sociation. He recently received a
Doctor of Laws degree at the tercen-
tenary anniversary of the University
of North Carolina.
Prices of Lower
Cost Shoes To Rise
OPA official said today a price in-
crease averaging about 10 per cent
for low and medium cost shoes will
go into effect soon, probably June 1.
The purpose. of the increase, said
this official who asked to remain an-
>nymous, is to stimulate production
of shoes which sell at retail for
around $5 or, less a pair.
The present plan is to limit the in-
crease to shoe models which were
made in 1942. By doing this, OPA
hopes to divert material from pro-
luction of higher priced shoes, to
which the agency says many manu-
facturers have turned.
Hold Your Bonds

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Pi r e



The show, which will include seven
musical-comedy skits, will be pre-
sented at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre. Numbers which
will be offered are the winners of an
elimination preview held last week.
Proceeds from Hillelzapoppin will
he turned over to the local Allied
.Jewish Appeal Drive, whose student
division is being run by members of
the Hillel Foundation.
Larry Maisel and Art Shef, who
will be masters of ceremonies for
the production, said that this revival
of the original campus variety show
"promises to hit a new high in this
type of entertainment." All the skits,
which include parodies on campus
life and a "murder thriller," are
The show's title-song, "Hillelza-
poppin," was written by Ruth Wuv]
kowsky and Marjory Fisher.
p rji Ii ws
Foreign Assigment i
Prof. Lawrence Preuss, of the polit-
ical science department, has refused
the position of department head of
international law at the University
of Istanbul, Turkey.
He was notified of the appointment
this week under the State Depart-
ment's special program of interna-
tional echange of persons.
Nationally known as an authority
on international law, Prof. Preuss
returned to the University last Oc-
tober after being on leave with the
State Department from 1942 to 1945.
(Continued from Page 4)
May 25, at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre at 8:30. Tickets are on sale
today and Friday by the big fire-
cracker on the diagonal, in the Lea-
gue, and Union.
Le Cercle Francais. Wednesday,
May 29, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., in the
Assembly Room of the Rackham
Building, Le Cercle Francais will
hold a reception in honor of the
actors and actresses of "Les Femmes
Savantes" and of all those who help-
ed in its production.


Veterans' Institutes throughout the
state. Refresher courses valuable
both for the material they contain
and for the aid they give in regain-
ing study habits, have been distribut-
ed to more than 100 veterans.
Correspondence courses also have
been used by veterans, she pointed
out, too, to complete basic required
courses or prerequisites to college
Prepares for Citizenship
Ancther service of the department
is t he administlration of courses de-
sinned to prepare aliens for citizen-
.;h ip.
Enrollment of any adult in cor-
re :1)oddenice study is accepted either
individually or as part of a group.
Catalogs and enrollment forms are
available upon request at the North
hall offices of the department and at
Extension Service Centers in De-
troit, Grand Rapids, Flint and Sagi-
n aw.



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New Importation arrived! Choice quality

IIfREMIN EXAMINE FUSELAGE ON SKYSCRAPER--Firemen examine fuselage of Army C-54 twin-engin-
ed all-nmetal monoplane on the ninth floor set-back of the Bank of Manhattan Company Building in the down-
town financial section of New York City after the plan a crashed into the 58th floor of the skyscraper killing
five occupants of the plane.

in all sizes. Actual Savings 25%x

to 40%.

Shiraz 2x3 .............$16.50
Dergezin 2x3 ..........28.00
Ilarnadan 2x3 ..........28.00
Karaja Runner 2x9.6.... 68.00
K;araja Runner 2.2x8.6.. 55.00
Karaja Runner 2.9x10.6 125.00
Karaja Runner 2.2x9.4. 110.00
Kamel flair 10.2x3.5.... 115.00
Afghan T3okhara 8x11.6 325.00
Hleriz (Rose, blue)
I eriz lRust, blue) 9x12 395.00
Rirmanshah 8.Gx12.4. . ..425.00
Sarook (Rose) 4.2x7 . .. 185.00
Sarook (Mulherry)
4.1x6.1 ..............220.00

Sarook (Rose) 4.2x6.9..
Hamadan 4.4x6.8$......
Hamadan (Rose) 4x6.6.
Hamadan (Rose) 4.4x7.


Hamadan (blue) 4x6 .. 115.00
Bokhara 4.8x3..........65.00
Karaja 4.3x2.3.........45.00
Lillahan 3x6.5 .........110.00
Shiraz 3.5x5...........90.00
Shiraz 4x5.7 .......... 98.00
Kirman 2x4............60.00
Fine Tabriz 4.8x6.5 .... 135.00
Kamel Hair 210x7.5.... 98.00
Fine Kilim 6x9 .........75.00
Fine Kilim 5.8x12 ......125.00


Fine Kilim 5x8..... ..


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WING OF PLANE WHICH CRASHED INTO SKYSCRAPER-A shattered wing section of the ill-fated Army
plane lies amid debris on Pine Street in the financial section.

T I T O S A L U T E S- Marshal Tito, resplendent in his new
uniform with medals, salutes a parade of his followers at Bel-
grade,_Yugoslavia. At the back is the torch of freedom commemu-

Manhattan Company Building (above), at 40 Wall St. in New York 'City,


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