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SHE 1MICHI11GAN" ICYIL

1tHURSa DAY, :APRIL

UJA Campus
Funds Drive
Starts Today
Ernest W. Michel, young Ger-
man newspaperman who escaped
from rBthchenWaldwill open the
tudent drive for the Ann Arbor
Allied Jewish Appeal for Refugees,
Over°eas Needs and Palestine, with
a " 'talk at 4 p.m. today at the
V'riai' B'rith Hillel Foundation.
lCampaigning for $170,000,000
with,a-three-fold purpose, th
UnitedJewish Appeal provides the
fn&°, for the Joint Distribution
C mmittee, which supports large-
s'ale relief, rehabilitation and re-
eoni truction assistance to Eu-
rope'9s1,00,000 surviving Jews; for
the United Pastine Appeal, which
provides for the mass settlement
and rebuilding of' the Jewish
homeland in Palestine; and for
the United Service for New Amer-
icans; wbich° makes 'possible ex-
pa-nded adjustment services for
refugee-newcomers to the United
States.-
~che, now 23 years old, was
sent to a labor camp when he was
sixteen, one week after the out-
break of war, and was detained in
almost every German concentra-
tion camp, including notolrious
A iachwitz. After six years of im-
prisonment, he and two compan-
ions escaped in 1945, killing several
-menwn to make their escape.
"After the war, Michel returned
to his native city, Mannheim, and
acted' as interpreter for the Mili-
tary Government.
Michel will address the faculty
an ' townspeople division of the
Ani Arbor Allied Jewish Appeal
att8 p~m today at the Foundation.
Lane Hall Forum
T o Be Held Today
"Historic Christianity and Lib-
eralis m" willI be the subject of a
panel discussion and forum to be
heixat 1 p.m. today at'Lae Hall
under the joint sponsorship of the
~'Unitairiani Student Group and the
Mii~ah Christian Fellowship.
VI Three speakers from each group
will present their respective posi-
tions in eight-minute talks. John
Mackenzie, Bob Wieman and John
flblier will speak for the Michi-
San Christian Fellowship, and Ann
Sugar, Barbara Panzner and Tal-
bot_ Honeywill speak for the Uni-
tarian.Student Group.
John Craig, program director of
Lane Hall, will act as chairman of
the open discussion to follow the
ytalks.
~Diamonds'
and
weDi ng.-
17North University Ave.
North Main opposite court oue
-Today and Friday
Richard Dix in
THE 13th HOUR
plus
William Boyd in
BORDERLAND
Talking Magpie cartoon

Continuous from 1 P.M.
to r rA~t~E

HIGHLIGHTS ON CA IVIPUScll,

Chaplin Films...
"Charlie Chaplin Festival," a
program of four two-reel films,
will be presented by the Art Cn-
ema League at 8:30 p.m. today, to-
mnorrow and Saturday at the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
Chaplin's "Easy Street," "The
Cure," "The Immigrant" and "The
Adventurer" make up the pro-
gram.
Tickets may be purchased from
2 to 8:30 p.m. today through Sat-
urday at the theatre box office.
k * *
ADA Meeting..
Current legislation on labor
relations will be the subect of a
talk by Prof. William Haber of
the economics department at a
meeting of Americans for Demo-
cratic Action to -be held at 830
p.m. today in the Union,
Preceding the talk, a business
meeting for ADA members will
be held at 7:30 p.m.
IRA Discussion .
"Brotherhood - Pattern f o r
'eace" will be discussed by the De-
'roit Round Table of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews
at a meeting sponsored by the In-
ter-Racial Association at 7:30 p.m.
today in the League.
The round table was formed
during the war, and has toured
many towns in Michigan.
Obstetric Society
The Michigan Society of Ob-
stetricians and Gynecologists
will be entertained by the de-
partment of obstetrics and gyn-
ecology* of University Hospital
Grading...
(Continued from Page 1)
I-he Bureau of Psychological Serv-
kces, which number about 250 a
month, are graded on this ma-
;hine, as well as the University en-
trance examinations and the
freshman tests. Also graded in
this way are special tests, such as
the 250 tests given last week to
applicants to the dental school
and the tests to be given next week
to 500 juniors in the education
school.
Used for Large Classes
Any school or department in the
University may use the machine,
which is especially advantageous
in the grading of examinations in
large classes. Seven final exami-
nations were graded by the ma-~
chine last semester, including
about 1,400 beginning psychology
finals. The greatest difficulty in
grading final examinations, Mrs.
Needle remarked, lies in the fact
that "they all come at the same
time," and there is a limit to the
quantity of work that even a ma-
chine can do in °a given time. An-
other machine has been on order
for several months and is expected
shortly.
Machine grading service is also
available to other organizations,
such as schools which desire to put
on special testing programs, at a
small charge.
rn Civil Service Use
Machines similar to the one op-
erated by the Bureau of Psycholog-
ical Services° are being used to
grade 'civil service and Army ex-
aminations. A few large business
corporations also use the machine
to grade vocational guidance tests.
The machine, deceptively plain
and simple in appearance and op-
eration, is in reality a complex
and delicate instrument. It is not
always infallible, as smudges and
doodling on the answer sheets, or
dampness caused by hot, muggy

weather may make the scores vary
one or two points. "You have to
use this machine with discretion,"
Mrs. Needle commented.
MICHIGAN1

at 2 p.m. today i in tnl:, t Af
ditorium.
joint('ofre -
The cMid-West b f) ld f i tl4he
American Orientalo,.t',1(
the Society of Bib lical :iterature
and Exegesis will Iiold , ont.s
sion program h-rv tuor;owan
Saturday, Prof. XVj "1 tII.;Wor
rell of the Sri c eaimi
announced ysedy
The orientllag,1 S ndlt_
erature°dear -tinn , w Fr e ost
to the twv"o gouswii,, . Iin-
chide about il.lii( ,embr.;. All! se>I-
sions vwill Ib' 1 heid h i:. l°.a ll" an
Builingi .
Raymaond A. B3owmn~, Uiic
sity of Chicago, of the 3ocietofi
Biblical Literature,, and W i~ijn11
F. Edgerton, Un7)ivrsity of Chi-
cago, of the AeicnOriti
Society will give rec.;' tl idadl
dresses Friday.
D~onald F". Sehratn, tr'easurer
of the NM1ewspapervGuild of Die-
troit, wvill speak on Me ~Ari-
can Newspaperi Guild at '? pr.
today in the ulfions.
'Schram, pstorfie the Llt
Detroit guild, is sttvdiior of
the Detroit Free Pres.. .i..s le-
ture is 4open tft6,_b, c a
sponisored by Sign, J 1elk: E(i.i,
professional ;puo leiEi:;;Sutit4.
tacuty YIc .
A. stcldenlt-l0('l.1t; e':s 11I .l;lic
members of l in'1oiEca cec
department Will be ?foid at :; 3U
p.m. today in the Rusis>ani ''ea
Room of the League,
The tea, which is open to all
students and faculty members, is
sponsored by Assembly and Pa-
Hellenic Associtat ions
Fit n tit re Ac~r
Clyne Cratwl rAwd0'f th::(raw -j
ford Furniture Cnmnjuny of'
Jamestown, Ne:w ork, Atill spellk
on "'Merchandising of Fuxrnire
j-Wholesale," at 1.1 a.m. today
in the East Conference R~oom
of the Rackham Building.
Phelps To SjwaIp- .
Prof. Dudley Mv. Phelps of the
business administration school will
address La Sociedad Hispanicoa
and its guests from the business
school on "The Industrialization
of Latin America" at U" p.mn. today
in Rin. D, Alumni vMem -orial H-al.11

An M itoii rowin 11
(,rac bed prese nonted by the Museum
galleries or tmiMeoriart l l
- V _1 , i,nHorace adLogs
(~~~ dipywill be 11 dra wings,
11 pintsandi ,iree bronzes loaned
b ieWyl Gallery ef New
Yoi.u~imne by twxo or"
I P~ c I~smc1mm rivate collec-
I i0Wadb thiree bronzes and two
di w at'sfrom.Ilthe Detroit, Iristi-
I ~' c) ire's firesmall pieces
incs i c! ht~venSig and 18
inns nheiht. Chalvrcoal, cray-
, pilansauiedrawings
Ii~~~~~, be1)oli adth pits will
( i(.(ill
Lcty- seven University Stu-
(tets ereamong 137 fellowship
snd scilihiip appointments to
1 b p adatescholfor 1947-48
tin 0 tpes:tollp~'eoctoria, p41
Uoi e ). ~od 9spec ial. 'the
};; t oval Iirni tedAto 'University
radte tdetcarries a SUL-
pefd c' $ ,00,while' the Univer-
'.;s flohiswere availab. leto
~~,t ( :11n)sofay college alid' carry
a s~ondof from $ 400 to $950.
fimI sealfellowship w3 eas valued
at $1,000 and was avalabe to
Schiolarsip-s ,were of twvo types:
University, of which 36 were
awarded to seniors who will take
up graduate study in the fall, and
which pay one year's tuition; and
State College, of which 21, were
awarded, one to each of Michi-
gan's colleges. The latter has a
value of $750.
Spoech Contest Finals
Foustr student sneakers will com-
ie i the finals of the Univer-
ity Oratorical Contest which will
hld a,_?tt 5p.m. today in 4203
,Angel! 1HAL

DAILY OFFICIALBITLIETIN
Publication in The Daily Official ent ' Afir i'. Iln. 2,HUiversity
nuliletiji is conisuctive tnotice to all mt
mermbers of (he 1University. Notict"
for the Bull'etII Iin hould "1,s1nt i11-
vperilI ~nifrmlt o th!e ol i('"t' 1I' ?1t epeits 1~l(~mu
A i"1t.n1t o he rcidentt, 1Room I WI.
Ang.efllHalf, Imy 3:00 p.m. on the diHy udridaeognztos o
prec eding ;pulicat ion (11:00 am. tSat- are rques<lted to c('all t' he ffi ce
'' S A , A R L 1 ,1 4 tVO '. LV I, No . 1 .14 rgall :t1, f r the ('are i ; e
Notices or befowr Apil '2".
Parkin I egulations: einnin 1Frtert Y 1 and Sorority Presi-
fkpril 21 a stic~ker notice will be apl- t- dent; arreminde d that membej(r-
;t-ched t)o ;thewindshiie'ld of") al hpliP eetm oth of March
raas limul1.:,ked in irestric'ted C pa deUt heO'i.e of 1tu-
areas without Campus Parkin-. dt_1,nt Afisih.2 ladv ~cr.ity
Permits; parked on cross-walks, H-itll.
lawns or lawn extensions, or in
front'of hydrants; parked to ob- jvet""':11n St~tudets t-<i th(III, l
strue t driveways, entrmances, o01(Iftexitsdor sopaakddDentistryevee
the free exit of cars properj %ly boardsl 1theii'reetiesho.

i's avalabe frfa-st !Iiea'gradu-
Service I Oni r nitssion announlcesi
e1aml:a t o fo1S1cil ll11
Dentist, ClasstV. . l 1El~
201 AlMso Mlt Oil April21 and
Apill 22, Mondl~li aynldTusat
btis ,. s .:i'l noni.eel umi1Cal job
t1 11t e ulp]moieCoii iiy
of I}he DeritC'iv IlServiceCom1-
mission illbe)at'the Bureau of
!hl! '.711 anno nmn.orTiechnical
Ies'; A chi iihztoi,10 i Mdica
Scini . Cll xt 31lJ r an up-t'
Stiiluu'Civil E Met'. rvi.
Blair, assatcifegne.At-
chii~son Topek' SataFeRail-
roIol Villintriw tcetdstut-
dcii,; elaiVe to emloymen, lt, Onl
Mod ,Apr'il 21. Sign aoilit-
mentl 1Li nlit. 1215_ , East Engi-
nei'ritT 131(1g ., any afternoontl
Aeii iuti .ca a id Mechranical1
;eio~rs' and G(raidulat "s:'Two rep-
reetaieso heCaneVogt
Airraft Comn1Tiy. Sratford, Con-
ne[(' l Ut, 1wil l terv'iew oCim Monday

and TuePsday. Apr-il 28 and 29. In-
t['e'esteed students may 'sign lschled-
utle' 011 Am'oIat ia Blletin
Mengrauatngin June or Au-
,gust: M.1-1. B. Cunningzham. of
S. S. Kre's nut b l e at the
Bureau of Appo)1(t~linments, 201
Mason haiI ll_, T1u11 .April 17
to inter'view men gm'a ~~duatilg inl
Julne (or'August15who :ire interest-
ed in1 trainnimx fr management
and execive p 1timis.Call ex-
tenlii~l l' 371 l n appntnment.
Meani i iil, lectrical and
Aeronauiticl Enlgineers and P hy-
stiists.Ni'n Bouton, representing
Mcl)o1nnellAii'craftCorp.,"wi n-
t( l'vic w mIechlanica I, civil. electhr-
cal nd a eronautmiical enginheers:;and
Physciss t''ittiaInIn June and
Augutl and1(grad'uate studcents onl
Monda, Tuedayind Wednesday,
Apil l21, 22. an-d 23. Forr interview,
sin schele llon "Aeronaultical Er,.l-
millemirmg B lul;,ilei Bardi.
Unliversity>('onliunity (enter,
1045 Midway,
Willow Rutn Villag'e.
Thulil'S., April 17, 8 p).m. Art-
CraftP W'orkhp;'nI 8 p.m., Extenl-
sibn Class in Psychlolog;y.
(dkmtmuied n Pae 3

Paq:rke(.
1 oIjert C. Angi1
Waiter M. Roth:
R. P. Briggs
Herbert G. Watkins
University Committee on Parking
Engineering Open House. All
Uriversity of MVicimigan students,
pcrsoniiel, anid Ilieir friends are
invited. c l .pn., 1Fr1i., r;april
18.
Sdtudenlts in) the College 01'fngi
neertini' e e'x('aised from ('lass;es
inl i si, college - f cApril 18 in or );der
that they maiy aite,:i l ii odt't-
ilug the Egneigopen 110use.
Classes will be held on satat'day
as usual.
Executive Committee of the
College of Enguinieering
To All Navy Students in Train-
ig under The H~olloway Plan:
Mday 3, 1947, has been set as tihe
final date for the acceptance of
Navy book and supply r'equisi-
tionls at the book stores. All fac-
ulty members are requested to an-
ticipate material needed throughl
the end of the semester and au-
thorize same on or before May 3.
All back order's for mater'ial not
in stock at the bookstores will be
canceled as of May 3.
To chairmen and managers of
campus activities, and to presi-
dents of campus organizations:
All groups which have not previ-
ously submitted eligibility lists for
the curr'ent semester are request-
ed at do so at once. Forms may
be secured in the Office of Stu-

Al enwhose name appear oni
the list! pos ted mIiust repor't to the
Casb i(.'sOf1ceVetemrans Section.
302 South %i Wig, immediately.
VeAteran. _s: This is to notify all
veterans receiving benefits tunder
P.L. :340 that during time period
between April 15 and' April 19 te
will hiave' the opo'uIv tyto k
cordi~~tons of'(li ge intilepet
itppilic'atlions tiled "Alt.h le time of
All <vet m'ns who are iicluded
inl an0L n of Itie folloiing group:
inst report to I he V.A. Guidance
Centci'.tim.I OO llakba Bld1g..
ii thc he;ra-, to a', u t thleirltclriip-
t.l,} f usstoiic aVncis
1. ''hoseMw)oare pl.am int; to
re-enroll for the Summer Ses-
-Sion ;
2. Those who are not planning
to r-enr'oll fom'tile Summer Ses-
sion, but will desire leave; and
3. Those who de,:isiretheir JTune
cheek (normally mailed on July
1st) sent. to a different address.
The (Central. Office of the Vet-
eran ,s Administration has estab-
lished thle followting. policy rela-
tive to granting leave folloivint,
completion of a cour'se of train-
in°':
a. A veteran may be grantece
leave (,of absenice only while pur-
siting a course of training, He.
therefore, will not be grantee
leave following the completion o-
his course, even thougli lie has
made a request for said leave while
still ill training and has recmain-
in ; eltfitlemnts.
b. Unused accumulated leave to
a veteran's credit upon completion.
of cotu'se will be credited to his
leae ccounit for use in any sub-
set et course.
't'hiis will answer questions ri'ts-
es( as to whether a veteran is en-
titled to leave subsequent to gr'ad-
uation from a college or uaniver-
sity.
Petitions for adniissioii to the
Combined Curriculuom in Letters
and Law are again being accepted
from out-of-state students. Pro-
spective applicants who have be-
gun thme first semester of their
junior year may apply for admis-
sion to the program provided pe-
titions are filed with the Chair-
man of the Committee, 1220 An-
gell Hall, not later than April 19.
1947. Prospective applicants arc
referred to a description of the
curriculum on pages 38-39 of tile
current Announcement of the Col-
lege of Literature, Science and
the Arts.
Schaol of Business Administra-
tion. Applications for admission to
summer session or fall semester
should be submitted as soon as
possible. Application forms are
available at Rm. 105, Tappan Hall.
Phi Eta Sigma members who
are interested in applying for the
Thomas Arkle Clark scholarship
may obtain information from the
EOffice of Student Affairs, Rm. 2,

TYPEW1'RITERS
Bought, So;ld, Rented Repaired
0.9. IM OIRILL
314 S. Stage St. Phone 7177

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CARRY OUT SERVICE, TOO

American
and Chinese
Foods

Quick Service
On Plate
Luncheons

Reasonabi
Prices

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Meti's All WmI S,[* wcaters,

le;

All the latest styles:
SLEEVELESS
BUTTON SLIPOVER
Choose from:
YELLOW TAN WHITE
MAROON GREY BLUE.
and many more Spring colors.
Long sleeves . $5.95 to $10.00
Sleeveless , $3.95 to $7.50

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- -- -IF-1 A -VERTISING

WANTED TO RENT
GARAGE: Near West Quad, rest of
term. New commvertible nmeds shelter.
Toni. McNall, 'West Quad, phonJre 2-
4401. }3t3
APARTMENT in Detroit, in trade for
information lea ding to thw eni(iting
of suitable apar'tment inn Arbor.
Write B~ox 20, Michigan aily. ,j89)
STUDENT COU PLE desires aar irtment
starting August. Longr-t,Erinm r(s-idl(nce.
Wife teaches, no childrenl or B~t~.Iox
23, Michigan Daily.}.
WANTED TO RENT- A house o'r re;
apartment for siummernci'moi vof
June, July, August, also Septemib er, if
possible. Will pay full rent in ad--
vance. Box 25, M~ichm. Daily. ) r'l
SINGLE bus;ines; man desires studtio
room or suite wi outside entrancee.
Preferably ground floor or basenment.-
South or, east side 'cam~pus. Paerma-
nent, references. Phone 2-1412. )}i12E
HELP WANTED
GIRL for full-tune job in lung:imroomn.
Hour~s 5 til i2 midnightt, 409 71. ,ee'
s011. )-45
WANTED-'Two waiter's for l-trh
dining room four t)I0('kL from ('am-l
p s Cal re rrSALESMAN to represent York B ig
eration and Air Conditioning s 1,u
utor iin Wiht(eumaw C ounti is Salam'y
and commission. Write box: 20. )161
HERE'S a sterling oppoitnaity for
young mo1an who wanits t vo-for
his board and room in iri;lecu
house. Job )open iomiOm ey-i ry
ENGINEERS and? PRYS1C;tr ! :s
Prefer w,, i dm'30 yas faehtio
am-, thtorough lv Im mndin the oda-1
3ni tal pi .,,ipmt's o. iusmraid r--
to apyI e p'niitstoepm
mental work n roesigr1i-.l'
and 1'extilescMs b oleg1,,oil;
Reply giving full dti- fbc
grounird, edrcation , eme. t
(3600 E. <ifP
e io M~r. R. C. ('ho,(pe )33
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
MICHIGAN GRAD -cOi'iitiig one o1
Michigan's large;Fsi in~depc-, mdco Dance
Schools, has cex c ll1tper.manent op-
enings this slmnnoet' far: mien andl wo-
mlen. in teaching; and ,pronmotion:.'-
work. Write Rae Larsen, 201'S. ju
son St., Jackson.cS-b

FOR SALE
1 9:7 CHRYSLER:Tiruk sedan, origi-
nalt black finish, radio, heater, over-
crive. TroniMeN-all, West Quad, phone
2-4401. )3J7
F'OR SALE : Nearly new RCA Victor
comb ination. radilo-record player. Ph.
40159, Spencer, after 6:30 p.m. )42]
FOR SALE--Man's Bicycle. Good condi-
tionm. Pht. 69380, 1437 White. )21
ROSE Club Chair. Recently rebuilt and
upholstered. $55. Apt. 4, 412 Foun-
ti un. )
A BE.TTER? PRICE paid for Men'3 used
clothing, Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. )14
4946 FORD,'2-door sedan, super deluxte.
R,dio, heater, etc. 5000 mites. Best
oiler Ites:. lPhone 2-3307 after 6 pi.
) 23
FOR SALK1,- -Con B-flat straight so-
lraio-sax with case. Needs cleaning,
used veir'y little. First $50 takes it.
D'aily, Box 72. )22
FOR SALE- --Remington portable type-
writer. Deluxe No. 5, new last Novem-
hem'. tUsedi ver-y little. Box: 119 Michi-
g.m: Daily. )
(lC)1"ERS--Your golf clubs are, here.
'lake your pick. Hagen, Spalding arid
Wi.oim, all prices. Municipal Golf
('ouuse. 9230. )13
A I.YEN TiON WOMEN GOLI"ERS-Wo-
ma's golf clubs-2 woods, 6 irons
0hckr shafts) canvas bag, $40.
W ,34'3 iberty Cotirt, Ph. 6012.)29
F OP. ALE--127 Exakta camera, f2.8
Z(2- - resar, shutter 1/1000, self-
ta 1.: ins- accessOries--meter, photo-
fah itpod. See S. Kaplan, Room
c 1, awyers Club. )28
AROI;S C-3, x5 nunlike new. Coated
- it16, 1/10 - J/:,00. Built-in flash,
m Cideilr, eas', 2 feet Ansco 35
5;65.$o.i00. Wite, Box 4, Michigan
1)101', -)8
A"i - : 'T2'4l'N, GOLFERS-Let me help
(;neht your golfing needs, Coin-
p1.-i limits of :,all top5-grade clubs,1
1,:; 1 ijit. Phonae 2-2058 or 4044.
Jonny Mv alloy, Golf Professional. )18
NEW TYPE1WRITER, L. C. Smith. Silent
Panaime.$95.00., 3-section folding
s'emunpainted $7.00; child's play
pen, new pad $6.50; radio, Stewart-
Warneir table model $14.00. Robert Hf.
Ei'atam, 4016 Washtenaw Rd.., Apt. 4 )6

WANTED
WANTED: Tux, size 38, good condi-
tion. Call Chuck at 5806, after 3:00.
) 43
1 WANTED: 3 or 5 tickets to matinee,
May 10. May Festival. Call Ann Ar-
bor, .2-6844. ) 34
MISCELLANEOUS
WOULD like to start club for tall peo-
ple. Those interested write H. Brazee,
Post Office Box 201, Ann Arbor. )15
WANTED--Good standard make tenor
sax, lacquer preferred. Buyer in town
Friday. Write to Box 72, Daily, giving
phone number. )26
'"The Play's the Thing," but if the
thinig don't play, give us a ring, and
we'll fix it today. Phone 9241 or
bring; your radio to the TJavern Cafe-
teria for' expert radio repair service.) 19
LSTA DFUDLOST: Gray covert topcoat taken from
Chem. Bldg., April 3. Return or
phone 21.5 Prescott. )44
LOST -- Pair Harlequin-Style Glasses
April 3. Probably near Rkckhain Bldg.,
Owner blind without them. 2-4471,
3533 Stockwell.
LOST-near Arcade, man's brown lea-
ther wallet containing identification
and money. Finder please call 2-9581
for Thomas E. Lusk. Reward. )32
LOSTr-A beautiful friendship and my
ommate's favorite silver snake chain
neclae.Happened F'riday 4th in
doctor's office Health Service or in
University High. $10 reward plus f
gratitude. Call 2-1146. Ask for Cam'ol.)21
LOST--K&E Slide Rule. Gentmemnan who
foundi slide rule bearing the naume B.
M. Mehta and who telephoned 816
Packard about the same, kindly con-
tact East Engineering Office or write=
to S. S. Mehta, 615 Monroe. )7
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