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Briefs
Ru sian movies . .
"People of the USSR" and "The
Soviet School Child" are the titles
of two movies to be shown at 7:30
p.m. today in the International
Cenuter.
l Esleyau H ayride ...
Members of the Wesleyan
Guild will go on a hayride at 8:30
p.m. today.
Reservations should be made
ly calling 6881 before 6 p.m.
Guild Party Today ...
The Lutheran Student Associa-
tion and the Evangelical and Re-
formed Guild will hold a party at
3 p.m. today at the Bethlehem
Chiurch.

Wesley To Speak on 'Shifting
Centers of Educational Faith'
Pro:.Ed-,ar Bruce Wesley, of sin, and Dean B. 0. Wiste. Univer-
the education and history depart- sity of Hawaii.
ments of the University of Man- Prof. Wesley, who has been con-
I nesota. will speak on "Shifting sidered the foremost, authority on
Centers of Educational Faith" at the teaching of history, is author
4:15 p.m. today in the Rackham of the book "Proposed: The Uni-
Amphitheatre. versity of the United States." He
The discussion will include a recently served as chairman of
historicalreview of educational the Coinmission of the Historical
hitoiclAssociation.

obhiectives of the western world.
This program, which is spon-
sored by the education school and
the history department jointly.
is the annual History of Educa-
tion Lecture. Previous speakers in
;lete, seris have been Prof.
Merl,, Crti, Ufflv(-r-ity of Wiscon-

MYDACh ooses

METROPOLITAN OPERA STARS-Singing the solo portions of th2 Missa Solemnis in i in the second May Festival concert at 8:30 p.m.
today in Hill Auditorium are (left to right) Regina Resniek, soprano, Anna Kaskas, contralto, Frederick Jagel, tenor and John Gurney.
bass. The University Choral Union, under the direction of Thor Johnsen, will pr(eent the mass, accompanied by the Philadelphia Sym-

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Bishop Allen Babcock, Detroit,
Will Be Newman Club Guest

College List
The list of colleges and univer-
sities whose flying clubs will at-
tend the meet follows: Notre
Dame, University of Mississippi,
Mount Holyoke College, Middle-
bury College, Valparaiso Univer-
sity, Beaver College, University of
Illinois, Yale University, Univer-
sity of Chattanooga, Western
Michigan College of Education,
University of British Columbia,
Pennsylvania State College, Uni-
versity of Denver, Albion College,
Tennessee Agricultural and Indus-
trial State College, Dakota Wes-
leyan University, Wooster College,
University of Michigan, Michigan
State College, Lehigh University,
University of Detroit and Wayne
University.
IVUERTH
OUR PRICE:
Weekdays until 5 P.M., 25c
Evenings and Sundays, 30c
-Today and Saturday --
PALMY DAYS
with Eddie Cantor, George
Raft, Charlotte Greenwood
- and_
OUT CALIFORNIA WAY
with Monte Hale
in color

of catalogs, pamphlets and other
literature from American and for-
eign schools, government agen-
cies and industrial concerns. The
library will concentrate its efforts
on providing students with the
latest information concerning job
prospects, salary potentialities and
requisite training in specific fields.
No attempt will be made to find
occupational placements, however.
This collection was started by
the Bureau of Psychological Serv-
ices under the Institute for Human
Adjustment before being moved to
the Rackham Building. It is felt
by the bureau that this facility
will be invaluable service to gradu-
ate and undergraduate students
alike in determining their futures
either in colleges or in the busi-
ness world.
North Main Opposite Court House
- Ends Tonight -
"SING YOUR WAY HOME"
and "GINGER"
- Starts Saturday -
Paul Kelly in
"SPOILERS of the NORTH"
__plus -
"RIDING THE
CALIFORNIA TRAIL"
News and Serial ,Chap. 9

The Most Reverend Bishop Al-
len J. Babcock of Detroit will be
the guest of honor at a Commun-
ion breakfast to be held by the
Newman Club after the 9:30 a.m.
Mass Sunday in the clubrooms of
St. Mary's Chapel.
Bishop Babcock, former chap-
lain at St. Mary's, left here in
1936 for an assignment as vice-
rector of the North American Col-
lege in Rome. The college was
closed at the outbreak of the war
and Bishop Babcock returned to
the United States. He was then
reassigned to St. Mary's. In June,
1942, he received an appointment
as pastor of the Cathedral parish
in Detroit.
Michael A. Gorman, editor of
the Flint Journal, will serve as
toastmaster for the breakfast.
Guests will be: President and Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven, Provost'
Prof. Marckwardt Will
Lecture In Cleveland
Prof. Albert H. Marckwardt, of
the English department, will give
exchange lectures Friday and Sat-
urday at Western Reserve Univer-
sity in Cleveland.

and Mrs. James P. Adams, Erich
A. Walter, director of the Office
of Student Affairs and Mrs. Wal-
ter, Dean Alice Lloyd, Prof. and
Mrs. E. N. Durfee. Prof. and Mrs.
William McLoughlin, and Col. and
Mrs. Carl Henion.
Mary Battle is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Episclopal uldT
1g td (Amfermnce
Fifty Episcopal students will
leave Ann Arbor today for the
Canterbury Club's fourth annual
Holiday House Conference at Pine
Lake, near Pontiac.
The conference will last through
Sunday. Conference leader will
be the Rev. Mr. J. Clemens Kolb,
chaplain of the University of Pen-
nsylvania and professor of Christ-
ian ethics.
The Rev. Mr. Kolb is a member
of the board of directors of the
Episcopal Church Society for Col-
lege Work, and is a graduate of
Harvard University.
He will also speak at the Can-
terbury Club's regular supper
meeting at 6 p.m. Sunday in the
Student Center, 408 Lawrence St.

SVets' Cheeks
Lie Uwclaimed,
At Post Office
Government checks are being
held at the Ann Arbor Main Post
Office for the following veterans:
Bouge, Donald J.; Gessell, Duane
A.; Kippel, John Leach; Kolenda,
Alexander E.; Lockwood. Emil.
Nadell, Melvin L.; Shadfroth,
John F.; Shirrell, Robert D.: Tend-
ler", Norman H.; Toller. James P.:
Thomas, Jack P.
These checks will be returned to
Columbus Monday.
Checks for the following vet-
erans will be returned to Colum-
bus Thursday:
Bavinger, William F., Jr.; Belle,
Ormer A.; Bezanker, Abraham;
Bivens, Cordes.
Dygert, Mary M.; Gillespie, Etta
G.; Henne, Richard Edwin; Mac-
kintosh, James A.; Mackintosh,
Lillias M.
McNabb, Ralph E.; Micheau,
Robert L.; Tangas. Wilma Mrs.;
Williams, Sanford E.: Wyatt, Jos-
eph M.
Buy and Save
Those War Bonds!!

Kyse, J Wi(Give Recital
Daniel Allen Kyser, graduate
student in the music school, will
present a clarinet recital at .8:30
p.m. Monday at Rackhan Assem-

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Armenian Students ... # bly Hall..
Kyser will be accompanied by
The Armenian Students Associa- Beatrice Jean Gaal, pianist and
tion will meet at 7:30 p.m. today in Charles Jacobson, violinist, both
Rm. 305 of the Union. music school students.

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Popcorn Pete Says:
Thursday's Daily burst inflation too much in o
typographical error giving the price as 3c
instead of .

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Confab Delegyates
Three delegates to the state-
wide academic freedom confer-
ence to be held at Lane Hall May
17 were elected Wednesday by the
MYDA executive board.
Elected to the conference, which
will include delegates from Michi-
gan State College, Wayne Univer-
sity and Olivet College, were Bill
Carter, Harold Marko and Mort
Rosenthal.
The MYDA executive board also
sent a telegram to Rep. Earl Mich-
ener protesting labor legislation
pending in Congress.
Continuous from 1 .M.
- Today and Saturday -

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Playing through
Saturday

FOR SALE
GOLF CLUBS, reasonable, 3 woods, 5
irons, bag. Call 2-7053 after 6. )72
FOUR May Festival tickets on main
floor for Saturday afternoon. Call
2-7871. )25
CANARIES-Rollers and Warblers, $10
up. Finches, Parakeets. Seeds and
cages. 562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )17
ADMIRAL-Automatic record changer.
Practically new. Plays thru radio.
Sapphire needle. $30. Phone 2-3169 )57
REMINGTON NOISELESS Typewriter,
Standard Model. Excellent condition,
$60. Phone 2-5695. Manz. )23
FOR SALE-Tux, Size 36 or 37. Room
205 Prescott House, East Quad. Ask
for Carey. )28
RADIO-Six-tube table model. Excel-
lent condition. Need cash. Phone Har-
old, 9092, 7:30 to 9:30 evenings. )5
UTAH AMATEUR Transmitter, Sky
Buddy and extras. Operates through
20 meters. E. Hannah, 425 Vaughan.
)29
16-FOOT HOUSETRAILER, furnished,
good condition, $700.00., 953 E. Michi-
gan Ave., Ypsilanti. Harold C. John-
son, evenings after 6:00. )2
FOR SALE-Full dress suit (tails). Size
38. Worn twice. Phone Leo, 2-0509
after six. )40
SUN GLASSES $3.50. U.S. Surplus-Air
Force-4-base lens with pearloid
sweat bar. Sam's store, 122 E. Wash-
ington. )14
ONE COMPLETE May Festival Series
Ticket. Top balcony. Call Fred
Marks, 2-8300. )28
SOLVE your housing problem with this
10 room, 2 bath brick and frame
home. Now used as 3 apartments.
Furniture in 2 apts. Included 3-car
garage. Large lot. Fruit and shade.
Opposite new grade school, $12,000.00.
Oril Ferguson, 928 Forest, Phone
2-2839. )27
COUNTRY PROPERTY. Well built 81
room house. Electricity, furnace, wa-.
ter system, barns, chicken coop. 15
acres good land. 14 miles out. % mile
to nice lake. $9,500.00. Oril Fergu-f
son, 928 Forest, Phone 2-2839. )261

HELP WANTED
GROUND SERVICE MEN-Military or
airline experience required. Phone
Ypsi. 3220 or contact airport mana-
ger's office at Willow Run. )13
SODA FOUNTAIN HELP-Full or part
time. Top wages. Excellent hours.
Two good campus locations. Apply in
person to fountain manager, Wit-
ham Drug Co., Cor. S. University and
Forest Ave. )30
FIRST trumpet and lead alto man Fri-
day, Saturday and Sundays. Must
have good strong lead tone and be
able to read and cut shows. Contact
Karl Kalson, Villa Bee Night Club,
Jackson, Michigan. )62
WANTED
LAW STUDENT-Veteran, to be mar-
ried. Wife working as psychiatric so-
cial worker. Need small furnished
apartment in Ann Arbor area for June
or July occupancy. Graduate June,
1948. Call Jim Skipper, 4145. )12
CLOSET OR corner of basement for
use as photo darkroom. Frank Mc-
Ferran, Apt. 31-Vet's Housing Pro-
ject, or phone 9280. )39
ROOMS FOR RENT
SIX DOUBLE ROOMS close to campus
for Summer term, male students only
Box 65, Mich. Daily. )
DOUBLE, near campus, immediately
and for summer school. Phone 2-2362.
)71
MISCELLANEOUS
ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERS
SALES - JOHN JADWIN - SERVICE
855 Tappan Ave. Phone 2-7412 )10
CHILDREN CARED FOR in my home
by mother. Mich. grad. 5 days, 8-5.
Licensed. Refs. 2-7355. )38
GOLFERS-Spalding, MacGregor, Hag-
en, Wilson Clubs, Bags, Balls. Phone
4044 or 2-2058. Johnny Malloy, Pro-
fessional. )69
TYPEWRITERS now available for rent,
standards or portables. Office Equip-
. mwent . rvic . . In - 111 . m ith Av .

- also PETE SMITH || CARTOON NEWS
SPECIAL MIDNIGHT SHOW Saturday
"THE BEAST WITH
FIVE FINGERS"

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Brilliant clip at League Friday
night. Reward. Louise Kefgen, 4089.)18
LOST-An Alpha Phi pin near Mfosher-
Jordan Hall. Call 561 Jordan Hall.
Phone 2-4561. )20
LOST-Maroon Eversharp Pen Tuesday
in vicinity of South University. Re-
ward. Constance Nester. 2-2547. )76
LOST-Eisenberg head scarf on Washte-
nlaw. Predominant colors blue and
yellow. Finder please call 2-5631. Re-
ward! )63
WILL PERSON who took man's grey
gabardine trenchcoat from P-Bell
April 25 please return to Bell and
claim yours. )21
REWARD-For return of gold Eversharp
pen. Finder please return - gift of
deceased father. Jack J. Garris, Phone
2-4591. )3
LOST - Traveller's Checks issued by
Thomas Cook, Ltd., London, England.
P. E. Baenziger, School of Dentistry.
)32
LOST-Monday, near campus, "Chris-
tian Brothers College" ring. Contact
J. Jourdan, West Lodge, or Box 3.
Daily. )73
LADY'S HAMILTON Watch, vicinity
AA public library or Michigan League.
Lost Tuesday. Please call Mrs. Stev-
ens, 2-4345 or 4071. Reward. )It
LOST--White plastic rimmed glasses in
case. Please call Bruce Witherspoon,
522 Williams House, West Quad. )16
LOST-Man's watch, Election. $5.00 Re-
ward. Please contact Wendell Jackson,
1605 Monson Ct., W. R.
FOUND: Wood oboe-For information
leave word in box 15, Michigan Daily.
)67
LOST - At Illinois baseball game, a
green spiral notebook for History 147.
Call 9882. )72
BEIGE SKIRT LOST between N. 5th
and Ann St., and. Hill and State St.
Call Amber 4187. Reward. )4
LOST-Slide Rule, between Lawyer's
Club and Univ. Hosp. Call 6637. )61
LOST: Light tan raincoat left in Gen-
eral Library last Sunday night. Please
call Ernie at 6284. )34
LOST: Blackbillfold and brown bill-
fcld. Finder call 27019, ask for Ernie
Leonardi or Jerry Cooley. Reward. )36
WANTED TO RENT
TWO WOMEN graduate students desire
small apartment with or without
kitchen beginning Sept. Box 51. )46
VETERAN-GRADUATE STUDENT and
wife wish to sublet apartment for
8-week Summer Session. No children.
References. Call 2-0119. )42
SUBLET for summer term of apartmentj
or small house or permanent apart-
ment watted by Michigan graduate
veteran working in.Ann Arbor and
wife. By June 15th. Any location.
References. Call Mr. Boltwood, 8-5,
2-4483. )14

Perhaps y ou'"re not a traffi sopp ingbeauty,
'I but you'll enjoy the fooff just as much ot
GRANADA .,CA FE

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Intermission show featuring
Ross Willard in4
"You Can't Always Tell canEngineer"
ZETA PSI QUARTET
and music by Frank Tinker

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- Coming Sunday -
GEO. RAFT
LYNN BARI
'NOCTU R NE"
The Best Murder
Mystery of the Year!

$2,000 BUYS-38 acres nicely wooded
hills. Beautiful, high, scenic building
site. Secluded location. One mile
to nice lake. Oril Ferguson, 928
Forest. Phone 2-2839. )24
TAILS, Size 38, good condition. Call
2-4551, ask for Cobble or Brent. )43
WILL SELL parts of two season tickets
to May Festival at two-thirds cost.
Call George Gregory, 4707 or 4379. )22
PORTABLE TYPEWRITER, condition'
perfect, standard American keyboard,
German make, case, also German
characters. Phone Mrs. Ford, 2-0960,
9 to 5. Best offer takes. )33
WHIZZER motor bike. Just overhauled.
$120. 1335 OAKHAM. Willow Run
Village.. )371
FOR SALE-Cottages at Glen Lake,
Water edge and Hillside and 20 acre
tract Lake Michigan on paved state

neLere e ., i . u ave.
)36
TENNIS FANS! RACQUETS
RESTRUNG. ONE DAY service.
Pick-up, delivery, anywhere in Ann
Arbor. New racquets, balls in stock
Call Fred ZIEMANN 2-1088 after 5.
)64
PERSONAL

JOE-Will return your ring in exchange
for Newman Club Spring Formal
ticket as compensation for my heart-
break. -Maggie )31
REDUCE! Lose pounds and inches
where you want them off. Come in
from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. for an intro-
ductory treatment and be convinced.
Baskin 8 N. Normal St., Ypsilanti. )7
BUSINESS SERVICES
"If your radio's bad,
You can hear all the plugs,
Just -bring it to us,
We'll take out the bugs."
For expert radio service call 9241 or

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