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FICIA

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Daily Official
enotice to all
!rsity. Notices
d be sent in
e office of the
mt. Room 1021
m1. on the day
11:00 am. Sat-

FEBRUARY 16, 1947
. LVI, No. 92

The attention of all
called to the recent
n of the Veterans
.on with regard to tak-
on a refresher, or any
basis,
eran Administration
payment for tuition
. subsistence only un-
wing conditions:
teran must enroll in
n a refresher or credit
ge of election regula-
ae school or unit in
eteran is enrolled will
change of status from
:-credit.
teran must do all the
:d .of the students en-
course for credit, ex-
ing the credit exami-
:an pursuing educa-
rig under P.L. 346 who
ion of his course dur-
lester for any reason
subsistence adjusted
ed basis. The case of
re in trining under
e handled on an indi-
,by the Veterans Adm-
official responsible
ords -
for subsistence allow-

time, or payment for instructional
supplies will not be allowed by
the Veterans Administration on
courses requiring only attendance
at class without doing the work
assigned.
All Veterans:,
The attention of all veterans is
called to the fact that in accord-
ance with the directive of the Dep-
uty Administrator for Veterans'
Affairs, Veterans Administration
Branch Office No. 6, Columbus,
Ohio, the local Veterans Adminis-
tration Office is to conduct a sur-
vey of all veterans in training at
the University and schools in this
area who are reporting nonreceipt
of subsistence allowance due them.
All veterans are urged to report
to Rm. 100, RACKHAM BLDG.,
THURS., FEB. 13, for the purpose
of making this report. For those
who cannot report on this date,
the deadline has been extended
until 12 noon, Fri., February 14.
Cooperation of all veterans will
assist the Veterans Administration
Regional Office,.Detroit, Michigan,
in reviewing all delinquent sub-
sistence accounts.
All Veterans:
Reports of absence will be re-
quired weekly of all veterans who
are receiving benefits through the
Veterans Administration. This re-
port is necessary in order that the
University can fulfill its contract
with the Veterans Administration.
Detailed instructions will be found
on the report card.
These reports may be obtained
and filed at the offices designated
below.
Co,1ge ; of Lite ature, Science

and the Arts-hall of University
Hall.
College of Engineering-Room
225 W. Engineering Building.
Law School-First floor corri-
dor of Hutchins Hall.
Graduate School - Graduate
School office.
College of Architecture and De-
sign-Room 207 Architecture
Building.
College of Pharmacy-Room 250
Chemistry Building.
School of Business Administra-
tion-Room 108 Tappan Hall.
School of Dentistry College-
Secretary's office of Dentistry
Building.
School of Education-Room 1433
University Elementary School.
School of Forestry-Room 2045
Natural Science Building..
School of Music-Room 101
School of Music Building.
School of Nursing--Room 2036
University Hospital.
School of Public Health-infor-
mation desk of School of Public
Health.
Medical School-Room 123 West
Medical Building.
Women's Housing Applications
for the Summer, 1947:
Women's housing applications
for Summer, 1947, will now be ac-
cepted at the Office of the Dean
of Women for dormitories, sorori-
ties, League Houses, cooperative
houses and privatehomes.sAt the
time the student applies she will
be asked to indicate her preference
as to the .type of residence. Stu-
dents now enrolled at theUniver-
sity who are planning to continue
for the summer and those ad-
mitted for the summer session are
eligible to apply.

Church News
The Student Religious Seminar
of the CANTERBURY CLUB will
meet at 10 a.m. today at the Stu-
dent Center to discuss "The His-
tory and Theology of the Christian
Sacraments."
Rev. John H. Burt will conduct
the discussion.
Supper will be served at 6 p.m.
at the Center, followed by a bus-
iness meeting. There will be nom-
inations for officers and commit-
tee chairmen for the coming sem-
ester.
A general meeting of the NEW-
MAN CLUB will be held at 3 p.m.
today in the club rooms of St.
Mary's Student Chapel.
Dr. E. W. Blakeman and Rev.
John Craig will be the guests of
the UNITARIAN STUDENT
GROUP for a discussion on "Do
We Want a Department of Relig-
ion?" at 6:30 p.m. today at 1917
Washtenaw. Supper will be.served.
The discussion will be preceded
by an Evening Vesper Service at
5:30 p.m. at the church house.
Take Your Books to the
Student Book Exchange
North Main Opposite Court House
-Today thru Tuesday -
W.BOYD in
"DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND"
--plus-
SIDNEY TOLER in
"DANGEROUS MONEY"
RKO News and
"SON OF ZORRRO"
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NEW YORK, Feb. 15-(A--On
stage, screen and radio, in news-j
papers, schools and lecture halls,
American Brotherhood Week opens
tomorrow under the sponsorship
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews and the hon-
orary chairmanship of President
Truman.
Lauding the national campaigni
to raise $2,000,000 with which to
combat racial and religious intol-
erance, Mr. Truman declared,
"Our supreme need is brotherhood
as a pattern for peace, here and
across the globe."

John G. Winant, fc
bassador to Great Brita
eral chairman of the
begins an intensive. 12.
ing tour Monday in F
Tex. Trygve Lie. Sec
eral of the United N
speak at a national
dinner in Minneapolis
day.
Irving Berlin's -new "I
Help My Neighbor"
adopted as the officia
hood Week song and v
tured by stars on the
the movies.

rhood Week

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CARDINAL COMFORTS CHILD-Francis Cardinal Spellman
comforts three-year-old Elizabeth Disco of Forest Hills, Long
Island, N.Y. (Feb. 14) in the offices of the Catholic War Relief
Services on the 85th floor of the Empire State building, after the
little girl became frightened and started to cry in the presence
of numerous grownups. Cardinal Spellman and Konrad Cardi-
nal von Preysing, bishop of Berlin, were visiting the offices at the
time.
WITHOUT U.S. ARMS:
Chiang ReportedDeterined
To Smash Communist Forces

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LA SOCIEDAD H ISPANICA PRESENTS
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A New Comedy Film in Spanish
s., Wed., February 18 and 19 -- 8:30 P.M.
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
ssion 42c Reservations Phone 6300

Women's Housing Applications
for the Fall Semester, 1947
1. Women students living in
dormitories now who wish to re-
main in the dormitories for the fall
and spring semesters of 1947-48,
must file renewal formswith House
Directors during the week of Mar.
3, 1947. No renewals will be ac-
cepted after Mar. 10.
2. Women students on campus
now who are not living in dormi-
tories but would like to apply for
dormitory accdmm6dations for the
fall and spring semesters of 1947-
48 may do so at the Office of the
Dean of Women on Apr. 1, 1947
beginning at 7:30 a.m. They will
be accepted up to the number of
spaces available for them.
3. Women tentatively admitted
to the University as first-semester
freshmen for the fall 1947 may
apply for dormitory accommoda-
tions now, and will be accepted up
to the number of spaces reserved
for them.
4. Women students on campus
now may apply for supplementary
housing for the fall semester, 1947,
at the Office of the Dean of Wom-
en on April 1, 1947.
5. Women tentatively admitted
to the University with advanced
standing for the fall semester 1947
may apply at the Office of the
Dean of Women for supplemen-
tary housing now, and will be re-
ferred for definite reservations
after April 15, 1947.
(Dormitory applications will be
accepted only from those women
students whom the Office of the
Dean of Women expects to be able
to accommodate in dormitories.
Others will be instructed immedi-
ately to apply for supplementary
housing. Students may apply for
only one type of housing.)
Attention All New Transfer Stu-
dents to the College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts:
Please return the yellow evalu-
ation sheets to 1209 Angell Hall
immediately, if you have not al-
ready done so. IMPORTANT.
Choral Union Members whose
attendance records are clear, will
please call for their courtesy passes
for the Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra concert on the day of the con-
cert, Monday, Feb. 17, between the
hours of 9:30-11:30, and 1-4, in
the offices of the Society in Bur-
ton Memorial Tower. After 4
p.m., no passes will be given out.

NANKING, Feb. 15- (P)- The
United States decision to with-
hold further armaments and cred-
its from the Chinese government
is blamed by Generalissimo Chiang
Kai-Shek for prolonging the civil
war, which he is determined to
end by smashing the Chinese Com-
Graduate Student
Ru is for Office
A graduate student at the Uni-
versity, Rev. David A. Blake, Jr.,
is running for Ypsilanti township
supervisor in -the Republican par-
ty primary Monday.
Mr. Blake, who resides at Wil-
low Village, is studying for his
Doctor's degree in religious edu-
cation, having already obtained
his B.S. degree from Wilberforce
College in Ohio and completed
four years extension work in -the
Michigan Annual Conference of
the African Methodist Episcopal
church.
M. Blake, an army veteran of
three years' service, was a second
lieutenant in the 25th Infantry
of the 93rd Division. He is 29 years
old, is married, and has a 16-
month-old son.

munist armies, sources closestto
the Chinese leader declared today.
Supporting evidence of this as-
sertion that Chiang is fully con-
vinced force is.the only means of
settling the Communist problem is
seen in these developments.
His armies today were fighting
their way inside the Communist
stronghold of Lini in southern
Shantung Province, and Chiang
sternly declined to accept delivery
of a communication from Commu-
nist political leaders.
Confidantes said Chaing rea-
soned that the Communist prob-
lem could have been settled quick-
er if-the United States had con-
tinued supplying him.
Music School Faculty
Offers Recital Tuesday
Presenting a program of selec-
tions for wind instruments, Wil-
liam H. Stubbins, assistant pro-
fessor of band instruments, and
Russell S. Howland and Haskell
0. Sexton, instructors in wind in-
struments, will appear in recital at
8:30 p.m. Tuesday in Rackham
Auditorium.

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Women Students interested in
putting their names on the baby
sitters' list for afternoon or eve-
ning may register in the Office of
the Dean of Women. Regular rules
as to closing hours are enforced,
although students may apply for
late permission to the Office of
the Dean of Women on week-day
nights and housemothers for week-
end nights.
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