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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JANUAM 1, 1P7

Church News
The ROGER WILLIAMS GUILD
will hold its weekly chat from 4
to 5:30 p.m. today at the Guild
House. Doughnuts will be served
as refreshments.
Devotions will be held by the
NEWMAN CLUB at 7:30 p.m. to-
day at St. Mary's Chapel. Imme-
diately following the services, a
discussion of Catholic doctrine
will be held in the Clubrooms.
The WESLEYAN GUILD'will
meet from 4 to 6 p.m. today for its
refresher. A meeting of the cell
groups and a fireside vespers will
be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
The regular informal tea and
coffee hour will be held from 4 to
5:30 p.m. at the LUTHERAN STU-
DENT ASSOCIATION Center.
Those who were unable to attend
the study group at the Center yes-
terday may attend a make-up
study group at 7:30 p.m. today at
the Center.
Women Voters Will
Discuss Child Labor
Proposed revision of the child
labor code will be discussed by the
Ann Arbor chapter of the League
of Women Voters at 2 p.m. today
in the West Conference Room of
the Rackham Building.

Advisor Group
Appointments
Made for Flint
President Alexander G. Ruth-
ven yesterday -announced the ap-
pointment of a nine-member ad-
visory committee for the Social
Science Research Program at
Flint, which was inaugurated last
fall.
The members, all residents of
Flint, will attempt to encourage
community-wide use of the proj-
ect, consult on the program of re-
search, and perform other func-
tions that will be of assistance to
the project.
The Research Program serves
the double purpose of providing
Flint with information on prob-
lems and trends of importance in
community life, and permitting
the University to provide graduate
training in this field.
Eight graduate fellows are al-
ready engaged in Research proj-
ects. Applications are now being
accepted for six research fellow-
ships in this project for the 1947-
48 academic year. The deadline is
Feb. 15. Applications may be sent
to Dean Ralph A. Sawyer of the
graduate school.
The project is under the Univer-
sity's Institute for Human Ad-
justment and has an operating
unit on campus in addition to the
one in Flint.

ASSOCIATED PRESS
PC UC TUR IE NEWS

MUSICAL INTRODUCTION -Rickey Rodzin-
ski, at the tender age of 19 months, learns about music from his
father, Dr. Artur Rodzinski, musical director of the New York
Philharmonic Symphony orchestra.

S I N G E R' S P R O T E G E-Singer Perry Como (left) talks
with young Vic Damone, whom Como started on a singing career
after discovering him ushering in a New York, theater.

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A BLAZE OF
WARM WEARABLES
FOR THE
SNOW BELLE
ON OR OFF THE SKI TRAIL

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Whether you're prone to making "Sitz-
marks" or bent on settting a ski jump
record, you're bound to look professional
in the process if COLLINS furnishes your
snow clothes. Here you'll find waist-
hugging jackets in wind-resistant, water-
repellent red or natural colored glider
cloth and shadow slim ski pants with
split second tailoring to perfect your
slick silhouette.
ZERO KING JACKETS
from $16.95

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F A D -Pretty Kathleen Lamb,
14, of Plainview, Tex., displays
her jacket upon which she sewed
odd-shaped buttons, thereby
starting a fad among fellow
students.

S T A R - John Lujack, 1946
All-America quarterback, cocks
the passing arm that helped him
make sports writers vote Notre
Dame the nation's top football
team. A junior, Lujack can shoot
for another sensational season
in 1947.

W I LD WE S T PAI R - Western Movie Star Robert
Ryan holds his 6-month-old son, Tim, who needs only a pair of
boots.to be togged out in the latest thing in cowboy wear.

Dr. T. S. Lovering, of the geol-
ogy department, will discuss "New
Developments in Prospecting" at
4:15 p.m. tomorrow in Rm. 2054
Natural Science Building under
the auspices of Sigma Gamma Ep-
silon.
During the war Dr. Lovering
served with the United States Geo-
logical Survey searching for met-
als and developing new methods

T I T L I S T-Lloyd Mangrum
of Los Angeles won the 1946
national open golf championship
at Cleveland, June 16.

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for finding them. His work was
carried on in Colorado, Utah, and'
Montana.
The talk is open to the public.
Dow To Talk on
Radar Jamming
Continuing a series of convoca-
tions on the part the University
faculty played in the war, students
in dental school will meet at 4:15
p.m. today in Kellogg Auditorium
to hear Prof. William G. Dow, of
the electrical engineering depart-
ment, speak on "Jamming the
German Radar."

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IE SURE TO SEE
OUR SNOW ACCESSORIES
You'll find everything from helmet hoods to hand-knit
mittens, and scarfs; Mocosox, wool shirts, warm sweaters,
wool slacks, and heavy skaters' sox.

SNOW PANTS
from $7.95
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C H A M P 1 0 N F E L I N E - Bunny, a white Persian cat owned by Casimir Mackicwicz of
"ViIna, uk1 i,poss t a Chicago show with some of the ribbons she has won in various contests.

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4 - H G 1 R L-Phyllis Koch,
4-1 club member, and her Jer-
sey bull, Billibel, entered in the
New Jersey state fair,

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