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Clothing Drive Ends Today;
Contributions Go To Europe


One pound of clothing from
each league house resident hay
been scheduled for the Bundle
Days drive, which ends today,
Seymour Goldstein, president of
Yrule Review
Will lie Staged
By U' Groups
Climaxing the pre -vacation
week, a huge all-campus Christ-
mas Review will be presented from
8 to 9:80 p.m. Wednesday in Hill
Auditorium by the League Council,
Union Executive Council, Men's
and Women's Glee Clubs and "M"
Held annually to initiate the
holiday season, the program will
feature student talent entirely.
Buck Dawson is to act as emcee
for the show, which will include
audience participation in the sing-
ing of Christmas songs.
Plans for the annual event are
being cor:Ieted, which will fea-
ture a skit entitled "Mystery
Show," to be presented by the "M"
Club. The skit will include Dick
Wakefiel, Bob Chappuis, "Pro"
Boim and Bill Cortright. Various
novelty numbers and Christmas
Carols are being offered by the
Glee Clubs.
Individual student acts will be
headed by Bill MacGowan, who
will accoi <;any audience singing.
Frank Anderson will present an
original ni,-nber entitled, "Winter
Piano Booge."
Acts of cmpus talent will com-
plete the program including solo-
ist Pattie 'ontius and Bodil Ree.
An unusAl snecialty balancing act
will be performed by Newton Lock-
en and m Nift.
Facu y Chapter
Ho d Panel Today
A panel 1the problems arising
from an overcrowded university
will be held by the Michigan chap-
ter of the American Association of
Universit, Professors at 6:15 p.m.
today in the Union.
All faculty members are cordial-
ly invited to join the Union Cafe-
teria line at 6:15 p.m. and take
their trays to the Faculty Club.

the University Famine Commit-
tee, announced yesterday.
Representatives of league hous-
es have set this amount as their
goal, Goldstein said. Sororities,
fraternities and dormitory resi-
dents have also been cooperating
in the three day drive, he added.
Houses which have been con-
tacted by members of th-e drive
committee should have their
bundles wrapped, tied and ready
for collections, Friday through
Sunday, Ada Davis,, drive chair-
man, announced.
Willow Rui residents may place
clothing in special receptacles in
the center of each doriitory or
in West Lodge. Other contributors
may take bundles to drive head-
quarters in Lane Hall.
Clothing and shoes will be ship-
ped by the Save the Children Fed-
eration to Students . in Europe.
The past work of the Federation
has included the distribution of
food and garments to over 1,000
schools and more than 3,000 indi-
vidually sponsored children in
eight European countries.
"Because proceeds of the drive

VICTIM OF SHANGHAI RIOTING-Shot through the lung, a victim of the rioting in Shanghai Dec.
1, lies in the street as another man bends close to offer aid. At least 100 persons were reported injured
and property damage was high in wrecked shops.

will go to European
should be of special
University students,"

schools, it
interest to
Miss Davis

'Messiah' Will
Start Saturday
The annual Christmas presen-
tation of Handel's Messiah will
be given under the auspices of the
University Musical Society at 8:30
p.m. Saturday and at 3 p.m. Sun-
day in Hill Auditorium.
Tickets for the double perform-
ance are still on sale in the So-
ciety's offices in Burton Memorial
Presented under the direction of
Hardin Van Deursen, the per-
formances will include solo roles
by Lura Stover, soprano; Eileen
Law, contralto; Ralph Lear, tenor,
and Alden Edkins, bass. Accord-
ing to Charles A. Sink, president
of the Society, the singers have
made specialties of Messiah parts.
Transportation Facts
There is one street car, gas bus
or trolley coach for every 1,500
persons in the United States.

General Says
Reds in China
At Top Power
"The Communists in China are
incomparably stronger today than
ever before," General Victor A.
Yakhontoff, who has recently re-
turned from a tour of Russia and
the Far East, asserted yesterday.
Pointing out that China has be-
-ome elevated to the status of a
great power since the war, he
maintained that "Chiang Kai-
Shek would not have a chance of
beating the Communists if China
were free from foreign interven-
"The United States has failed to
take advantage of its opportuni-
ties to serve the Chinese people
who are the real subject of the
territorial problem," General Yak-
hontoff observed.
General Yakhontoff blamed the
struggle between the two factions
that is going on now in China to
the establishment of the new re-
gime at Nanking by Chiang Kai-
Shek, formerly a devoted follower
of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen. Dr. Sun, he
pointed out, had always advocated
a close friendship between China
and Soviet Russia.

House Committee Asks
'Constructive' Legislation

WASHINGTON, Dec. 11--()-
Enactment of "constructive-not
punitive" labor legislation and
abolition of OPA's general powers
next Jan. 31 were recommended
today by the House Committee on
Postwar Economic Policy and
It took its stand in a report
warning against "unjustified" fears
of a business depression.
In its final report, the Commit-
tee headed by Representative Col-
mer (Dem., Miss.) also recom-
(1) Reduction of the Federal
Budget for the next fiscal year to
$30,000,000,000 to allow for "some
reduction" in taxes and for pay-
ments on the national debt. Pres-
ent spending is at the rate of
$41,500,000 a year.
(2) Stronger emphasis on re-
modeling and reconversion of ex-
isting housing structures and in-
creased construction of low-cost
rental units.
(3) Substitution of 'economic

cooperation for economic warfare"
in the field of foreign economic
(4) Abolition of the second
emergency war powers act next
March 31, subject to "the neces-
sity for new legislation granting
narrowly specified powers to be
determined by Congress."
(5) Continuation of some agen-
cy such as the Office of War Mo-
bilization and Reconversion to act
as an over-all staff to coordinate
and formulate policy.
(6) Revision of the Surplus
Property Disposal Act to speed the
disposition of war surpluses.
(7) Expansion of unemployment
compensation coverage and old-
age insurance protection.
(8) Limitation of public con-
struction to new projects of im-
mediate necessity.
But it warned that the causes
of low production in many indus-
tries must be erased and "another
wage-spiral avoided if prosperous
conditions are to continue."

U Band Mixer . .
A mixer for University March-
ing Band members of the 1946 sea-
son will be held at 8:30 p.m. to-
day in the Hussey Room of the
Recordings of some of the half-
time routines used at the football
games will be played and colored
movies of the '46 marching season
formations will be shown. A book-
let containing all formations and
interesting data on each game will
be distributed to every member
Hillel Discussion ..
Rabbi Gershon Rosentotk
will discuss "Ritual and Cere-
monial" at 8 p.m. today in the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
as part of a seminar on "Vital
Concepts in Religion."
The place of ritual in mod-
ern religion and the question of
the obsolescense of ritual will
be considered by Rabbi Rosen-
Methodist inner . .
All young married couples of the
Methodist Church will attend a
dinner at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the church.
Reservations must be in the stu-
dent office by noon today.
Barristers To Meet . .
Roscoe Ronisteel, recently ap-
pointed University Regent, will
be the guest speaker at a lunch-
eon meeting of the Barrister's
Society today.
The senior honor society of
the Law School will meet at 834
Greene St.
Radio Club Meeting....
The University of Michigan Ra-
dio Club will hold a regular meet-
(Continued from page 1)
as soon as the General Service
Building is completed.
Meanwhile,-occupancy is limited
chiefly to the first and second
floors. "The upper floors are used
for offices at present," Briggs said,
"and only with the greatest reluc-
tance. Their use has been neces-
sitated because of the emergency
need for office space," he ex-
Briggs said that the only sure
way to avoid possible dangers in
old buildings on campus is to "get
them down." He pointed out that
the University has asked the State
Legislature for funds to construct
safe, new . buildings so that this
can be done.
He said that there is no great
danger of major fires on campus
while buildings are occupied be-
cause prompt detection is inevita-
ble "with so many people around."
However, he expressed concern
over the possibility of panic in case
someone should excitedly shout
"fire" in a crowded auditorium or
lecture hall.
Campus failities for fire
fighting include extinguihers!
and equipment maintained by
the University. "One employe
is assigned to constantly check
this equipment," Briggs said.
"In addition, we have access to
the city's equipment," he ex-

ing at 7:30 p.m. today in Rm. 220
W. Engineering Building.
The Student Chess Club will
meet at 7,:30 p.m. today in Rm.
302 of the Union.
Members are requested to
bring boards and chessmen.
TrGop To Speak. ..
Prof. Palmer Throop, of the his-
tory department, will be the speak-
er at the International Students
Committee Round Table at 7:30
p.m. today in the International
"International Scholars and In-
ternational Scholarships" will be
the topic of. Prof. Throop's talk.
The Round Table is -the second
in a series of discussions on "Aims
and Trends of International Edu-
cation" sponsored by the Inter-
national Students Committee.,
The discussion is open to all
Piano Recital
Featuring .,a Bach Toccata,
Richard A. Goolian, of the music
school, will present a piano re-
cital at 8:30 p.m. today in the
Rackham Assembly Hall.
The program, which is open
to the general public, will also
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Michigan and State Theatres
Chop Suey and Chow
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Quick Service on
Plate Luncheons
.at Reasonable Prices
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Cold Sandwiches - Coffee
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include selections by Brahms,
Ravel and Beethoven.
Goolian will present the re-
cital as partial fulfillment of
the requirements for the degr ie
of Master of Music,
S *
Church Group. .
The Congregational-Disciples
members will meet at 8 p.m. to-
day in the Guild House to deco-
rate for Christmas.
The group will go carolling fo'-
lowing the meeting.

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Drug Stores
The Dependable Stores

324 S. State

818 S. State



from 1 P.M:




30c to5 P.M.

Starting Today


THREE STUDENTS desire ride to St.
Petersburg Fla., or vicinity about
Dec. 20. Share expenses. Phone
2-4463. )37
WANTED: Transportation to Louisville.
Veteran studeent and wife. Share ex-
penses, plus-Dec. 23. Box 88. )31
DESIRE RIDE to Harrisburg, Gettys-
burg, or Pitsburgh on or around Dec.
20. Will share expenses and driving.
Please call Jack Miller, 5438. )42
ANYONE DRIVING to Great Southwest
for holidays? I could help drive and
expenses. Phone 6279. )48
YOUNG married couple would like ride
to Marq.ette, Mich., for Christmas
recess. Will share expenses and driv-
ing. Call 9233, room 40, after 7:00 P.M.
M4ED STUL:ENT wants ride to Rhode
Island or vicinity (Boston, etc.) about
Dec. 20. Will share driving and ex-
penses. Call Doug Sargent, 2-2012
(after 8:00 p.m.). )10
STUDENT VETERAN and wife will
share expenses for ride to Wisconsin
Dec. 21st. Phone 8255.
DRIVING to Massachusetts this vaca-
tion? W11 share expenses and help
drive. C.il] Phil 4707. )12
WANTED: !Ride to Kentucky Dec. 20,
21, share openses. Call 8747, Linus
Litsey. )35
Remodelir -Alterations. "Bring your
sewing r blems to us." Hildegarde
Shop, 1I E Huron. 2-4669. )45
SEWING, xirations and Refitting on
formals :d other work. Miss Liv-
ingston, .15 S. Division, 2nd floor.)20
WHY DOI ' one of you prospective
grads do a frustrated undergrad a
favor a- turn over your rm. or apt.
to my w_ e and I next semester. Ph.
7691. Asi for Gus. (I can make it
worth yor while!) )11
$10.REWAR : For information by Dec.
18 of d ,croom for next semester
for mal- 11 Newton Ressler, 2-5553
at1 or 7 m. )3

ALL EX-MARINES interested in non-
political ex-Marine club, come down
to 109 N. Main on Thursday or Fri-
day afternoon to sign very important
petition for liquor license. (200
names needed). )19
ATTENTION unmarried, unengaged
men! Join S.P.K.W. (Society for Pre-
vention of Kindness to Women). For
information phone"Rbt. S. 2-5645
1-3 a.m. only. B. D. Pres. )13
IF YOU ARE - Looking for a ca-
reer, we may have exactly what
you want - work that's interest-
ing, important, and pleasant.
Michigan Bell needs young wom-
en to help meet the demand for
telephone service. Apply
LOST: A brown Shaeffer Lifetime Pen,
woman's size, after Dec. 9. Please
call 6944. )40
I LOST a strand of pearls, borrowed,
Tuesday between Medical buildings
and U. Hospital. ' Call Phyllis at
2-0482. )39
LOST: Saturday a map "The Southern
Colonies." $5.00 will be paid for it
at Room 220, Michigan Union. )38
GIRL left $4.00 change in Wahr's last
Friday. May have same by calling in
Wahr's and paying for ad. )46
WILL THE PERSON who found the
black patent leather purse on Decem-
ber 5, Thursday, please mail papers,
keys and pens to 436 Second St.
Please comply as items listed are. m-
portant to owner. )18
LOST: Leather coin purse near Michi-
gan Central station Friday. Reward.
Phone 3346. )16
LOST: Brown zipper coin purse Friday
in State St. vicinity. $5 reward. Har-
riet Foy, 310 N. Thayer, Ph. 6839. )5
ATTENTION : S. P. K. W.-the O.M.I.M.
(Organization for the Maintenance of
Indifference to Men) hereby accuses
you of plagarizing the ideas of it's
society. What is date of founding
of your crganization? W.W., E.L.,
P.S., W.M. )44

TUXEDO AND TAILS. Size 36. Man's
gZ(-'ZZZ I's0 alquoseeH "8gE zlg ' Ing
KODAK 35: 1 5.6 lens. Excellent condi-
tion. Case and film included. $15,00.
Call Lynn Austin, 2-3225.
FOR SALE: Pre-War Tuxedo. Size 34.
Excellent condition. Accessories. $38
cash. Phone 2-6240. )33
FOR SALE: '37 Ford Conv. Sedan. Ex-
cellent condition. Can be seen at
Law Quad parking lot. Phone Mc-
Carthy, 4145. )29
1946-2% x 3% SPEED GRAPHIC, 4.5 f
Extar Kodak coated lens. Graflex
flashrgun; Palart range finder; 1 film
pack, 3 cut film holders. Equipment
in perfect condition, only used 3
months. Ph. 2-1241 evenings. Ask for
Gilbert. )
FOR XMAS: Spaulding, Jones irons.
Hagen, Wilson pro golf equipment.
Golf bags, paxs, and balls. Call 2-2058.
Johnny Malloy, Pro. )27
RADIO-PHONOGRAPH, new. Must sell.
Ideal for Christmas Gift. Portable.
Good deal. Call 2-6636 evenings. )21
FOR SALE: Ladies' black skunk jacket,
worn few times. Must sell. Size 10-11.
Bargain X60. 2-2704 evenings. )22
ROYAL de luxe portable typewriter.
Very good condition. Also valuable
violin. Call 8671. )17
WILLOW VILLAGE - Choice selection
of Christmas trees. 1438 Hanover Ct.
TUTORING in Mathematics by MIT
graduate, clas, of 1924. John Alden
Buckler, 115 Catherine, Ypsilanti, tel.
Ypsi 3678W. Reverse charges. )1
UNWANTED HAIR: Permanently re-
moved .Short Wave Method-Faster,
Painless. Phone 6373. First National
Bldg. ) 24
TYPING: theses, term papers, addres-
ses, etc. Duplicating: notices, form
letters, programs, etc. A-2 Typing
Service, 232 Nickels Arcade, Phone
9811. )4
MIDWAY Bicycle Shop, 322 E. Liberty.
We have rebuilt used bikes for sale.
Your bike can be expertly repaired
also. ) 56
FREE DELIVERY of your favorite sand-
wiches and beverages. Every day but
Monday, 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. Phone
2-6429. )8

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 1946
VOL. LVII, No. 68
Users of the Daily Official Bul-
letin. Need of conserving spacE
makes necessary the following an-
nouncements. (1) Notices of meet-
ings of organizations will be re-
stricted to the name of the organ-
ization concerned, day, time, and
place of meeting, and name of
speaker and subject. (2) Notices
for the D.O.B. must be typewritten
and should be triple-spaced for
editorial convenience.
F. E. Robbins
To All Chairmen of Departments:
Please call Extension 437 in the
Business Office and order the
number of Ann Arbor telephone
directories needed in your depart-
ment. You are entitled to one for
each instrument. Delivery will be
made by campus mail when direc-
tories are available, presumably
about Dec. 6. Please return obso-
lete directories to the messenger.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
Campus Parking Permit Plates
for 1947 are now ready for dis-
tribution .at the Information Desk,
Rm. 1, University Hall.
Please apply only after having
procured 1947 license plates from
the local office of the Secretary
of State.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
School of Education Faculty
meeting at 4:15 p.m., Mon., Dec.
16, University Elementary School
Forestry Assembly at 11:00 a.m.,
Thurs., Dec. 12, Rackham Amphi-
theatre. Prof. Shirley W. Allen,
President of the Society of Ameri-
can Foresters, will speak on "The
Forester and his Professional So-
ciety." All Forestry and Conserva-
tion students are expected to at-
tend and others interested are in-
Dean S. T. Dana
Messiah Ushers: 50 ushers are

needed for the Messiah concerts.
apply at Hill Auditorium box of-
ice Thursday, Dec. 12, 4:30 to
:30 p.m.
Deadline for Veteran Book and
Supply Orders: Dec. 20 has been
set as the final date for the ac-
eptance of veteran book and sup-
-ly orders at the bookstores. All
faculty members are requested
to anticipatenmaterial needed
through the end of the semester
and authorize same on or before
Dec. 20. All back-orders for ma-
terial not in stock at the book-
stores will be canceled as of Dec.
Pre-Medical Student Registra-
tion for Professional Aptitude
Test. Pre-medical students who
are bona fide applicants to the
1947 freshman class in this and
other medical colleges must regis-
ter for the Association of Amer-
ica , Medical Colleges Professional
Aptitude Test in Rm. 100B, Rack-
ham Bldg., Dec. 16, 17, or 18. This
examination will be given from
9:00-12 noon and 1:30-4:00 p.m.,
Sat., Jan. 11, 1947, Rackham Lec-
ture Hall. All applicants to the
1947 freshman class in colleges of
medicine will be expected to pre-
sent results on this Professional
Aptitude Test.
Faculty members, teaching fel-
lows, and research assistants are
invited to play basketball in a fac-
ulty league and to enter tourna-
ments in squash, handball (singles
and doubles), and paddleball (sin-
gles and doubles). Play will begin
after Christmas vacation. Those
intending to participate should
phone 8109 leaving name, depart-
ment, home address, home phone,
and sports interest. Entries close
Dec. 20.
February Seniors and Graduates
in Aeronautical Engineering: Mr.
J. William Long, representing the
Propeller Division _ of Curtiss-
Wright Corporation, Caldwell, New
Jersey, will interview February
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'Taking the Breaks'

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NOTE: Shows Run thru Supper Hour
on this Production. 30c until 5 P.M.

D. Madd'

ull Dress Suit: Size 38. J.
N Phone 4145. )49


DO YOU t to create a happy home?
Studen 'teran wants to get mar-
ried dunr: Xmas vacation and needs
apartmei an Ann Arbor. Our child-
ren will Irver be indebted. Reply
Box 1, M7°. higan Daily. )36
WANTED: an or woman to tend fur-'
nace for veek during Christmas va-

$10.00 FOR INFORMATION to fur-
nished or unfurnished apartment for
veteran student and wife. Write to-
day, Box 88. )43


Good pair of size 10 hockey
for good pair of size 9. Call
Earl. )47





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