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BIB FOUR CONFERENCE:
Dim View of Great Powers
Meeting Taken by Diplomats
By The Associated Press
LONDON, Nov. 22-Diplomats
gathering for the Big Four For-
&gn Ministers Conference open-
ing next Tuesday found at least
slender hope today that this lat-
est effort in the long series of
peace meetings may prove to be
a little better than a complete
The outlook is as grey as Lon-
don's November skies, but some
officials feel that it need not be
Additional tutors are needed for
the tutorial service being conduct-
ed by the Michigan Union this
Tutors may register for the ser-
vice from 3 to 5 p.m. on Monday
through Friday in the Union stud-
Prospective tutors must have an
"A" in the course they wish to
teach or a "B" average if the sub-
ject is their major.
There is hope for completion of
an Austrian treaty-to restore
Austria's independence and get oc-
cupation troops out of that coun-
There is hope also that the great
powers may reach at least a better
understanding of their conflicts
over the future of Germany. But
diplomats express belief that
there is no real hope, barring
miracles, that any substantial de-
cisions can be reached on the
central problem-the political and
economic unification of the de-
Odds are that the conference
will last about a month and end
at Christmas time. Contrary to the
deep pessimism felt in the United
States over the future of East-
West relationships, British offi-
cials say the breakup of the meet-
ing need not mean the end of all
Big Four peacemaking efforts.
Preparations for the meeting
have been dismally unsuccessful.
Deputies of the foreign ministers,
in more than a dozen sessions
here, have failed to find a single
ground for compromise' on out-
standing differences over Ger-
To Give Program
An all - campus inter -faith
Thanksgiving breakfast and ser-1
vice will be held Thursday at 9
a.m. at Lane Hall.
Sponsored by most of the Pro-
testant Guilds, Hillel, Unitarian
Student Group, International
Center and the Student Religious
Association, the service will em-
phasize the message of Thanks-
giving. The program will include
special prayers, songs and address-
es by foreign students.
There will be no charge for
breakfast, but a collection will be
taken and the profits will be used
for CARE boxes for Europe. No
reservations need to be made for
the breakfast, which will be served
downstairs in Lane Hall.
Following the breakfast, ser-
vices will be held in the second
floor assembly hall at Lane Hall.
The community Thanksgiving ser-
vice at the Baptist church after
the student services will be open
to all students.
INTER - FAITH Thanksgiving
breakfast and worship service will
be held at 9 a.m. Thursday at Lane
Hall. All students are welcome and
no reservation is needed.
MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN FEL-
LOWSHIP will hear Dr. Clarence
Bouma, professor of apologetics,
Calvin Seminary, at 4:30 today at
Lane Hall. His topic will be "The
Natural and the Supernatural."
* * *
A special Thanksgiving program
planned by the WESTMINSTER
GUi LD will be presented at the
Presbyterian Church at 5 p.m. to-
day. A cost supper will follow the
The LUTHERAN STUDENT AS-
SOCIATION will meet at 4:30 p.m.
" GU IIILID NIE\XS
today at the Zion Parish Hall to
hear a panel discussion on "Must Six local churches are sponsor-
Individual Freedom and Social Ix eathr hek rst or
Justice Clash?" The panel will be ng the three-week Christ Foi
led by Arvo Lohela. Ann Arbor" Campaign which be-
* * * gins at 3 p.m. today in the Mason-
Dr. Ruth Seabury, Educational ic Temple with the Rev. Henry H
Savage, pastor of the First Bap-
Secretary of the American Board tist Church of Pontiac delivering
of Foreign Missions, will address the message.
the CONGREGATIONAL-DISCI-. The churches cooperating in the
PLES GUILD at 6 p.m. today at prograhn are Grace Bible, Calvary
the Congregational Church. Her Evangelical, United Brethren, Sec
topic will be "The Fellowship of ond Baptist, Free Methodist, Sal
the Mystery." *vation Army and Evangel Temple
* * *Meetings will be held at 7:31
GAMMA DELTA, Lutheran Stu- p.m. every day except Saturday
dent Cub, will meet at 5:30 p.m. with a special meeting at 3 p.m
today at the Student Center. Dele- Sunday afternoon. Dr. Savage wil
gate Fred Droege will report on be the principal speaker and wil
the convention of national Gam- be assisted by song leaders and E
ma Delta, which was held at Lin- chalk artist in presenting the pro
coln, Neb., last weekend. grams.
WESTMINSTER CHOIR-A program of English and American
folk songs, as well as compositions by Bach, Brahms and Sibelius
will be presented here tomorrow by the Choir, which is making
its first transcontinental tour since the war.
Fire Power of Jet Planes Superior
To Conventional Crafts Armament
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22-(P)-
The Air Force produced gunnery
records today to show that ma-
chine gun fire from jet fighters is
[superior to that of conventional
A statement containing gunnery
records for the 56th Fighter
Group, jet-plane outfit stationed
at Selfridge Field, Mich., was is-
sued, apparently if reply to pre-
viously published reports that seri-
ous armament problems had aris-
en in jet-fighter models.
MONTH-END SALE o1
Right now-before Thanksgiving-we're slashing prices so you can
celebrate in style. Big buys all week--but come in Monday for the
Pick of the Bargains.
ALL SALES FINAL
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Sizes 9-15, 10-44
Were priced 10.95-29.95
1.98 to 5.00
Long or short sleeve jersey and crepes
Values to 10.95
Wool Plaid-Solid Colors
3.98 to 5.00
Values to 10.95
$2 to $4 Wool or Bunny Fur
MITTENS ... 98e
25.00 to 39.95
Checks, monotones, plaids, 9-15 10-20.
Some with sale-priced topcoats to match
were 35.00 to 49.95.
cardigans $3.95 to $5.0
slipovers $1.98 to $3.98
Were 4.00 to 8.95. Pastels and dark.
4 Zip-in-Lining Wool
COATS ... 39.95
$4.50 Hand Knit Wool
GLOVES ... 2.98
$2.00 to $5.00
Pins, Bracelets, etc.
JEWELRY 98c - 1.98
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-
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER,523, 1947
VOL. LVIII, No. 54
Veterans: According to a recent
Veterans Administration regula-
tion, veterans enrolled under Pub-
lic Law 346 who plan to interrupt
their training at the conclusion of
the present Fall Semester will re-
ceive subsistence payments for an
additional fifteen days beyond the
effective date of their official in-
terruption of training. Conse-
quently, fifteen days of eligibility
time will be deducted from their
It should be emphasized that
this procedure is automatic, in
that payment will be made and
entitlement reduced accordingly,
unless a veteran notifies the Vet-
erans Administration, in writing,
thirty days prior to the close of
the Fall Semester. This does not
apply to veterans who are re-en-
rolling for the Spring Semester.
It is the responsibility of the
veteran who does not desire the
extension of subsistence benefits
to notify the Veterans Adminis-
tration no later than January 7,
1948. Veterans who desire the fif-
teen days extension are not re-
quired to give any notice. Veter-
ans who accept the additional fif-
teen days will have their eligibil-
ity time reduced by that time
The following form is suggested
for notification: "This is to noti-
fy you that I will interrupt my
training at the University of
Michigan at the end of the Fall
Semester, February 7, 1948. I do
not desire the fifteen days exten-
sion of subsistence allowances.
Signature, "C" Number, Reference,
"C" Number, Reference DT7AGB
TM." The notification should be
sent to Registration and Research
Section, Michigan Unit, Veterans
Administration, Guardian Build-
ing, 500 Griswold Street, Detroit
Alpha Lambda' Delta members
will have their pictures for the
'Ensian taken on Monday, No-
vember 24. All members are re-
quested to meet in front of An-
gell Hall promptly at 12:40.
All Junior and Sophomore Men
living in the Willow Run Dormi-
tories may apply for Residence
Halls accommodations for the Sec-
ond Semester in Rm. 2, University
Hall on November 24, 25, and 26.
Meeting of all students who
want teaching positions at the end
of the first semester will be held in
Rm. 2003, Angell Hall, Tues., Nov.
25, 4 p.m. All graduate students as
well as those just getting their de-
grees are urged to attend. Univer-
sity Bureau of Appointments and
Students who plan to elect So-
ciology 128 (Intermediate Social
Statistics) next semester are re-
quested to sign their names on a
list on the Sociology Dept. bulletin
University Community Center:
Willow Run Village.
Village Artists: Bring in cera-
mics, textiles, paintings, drawings
ready for formal exhibition in De-
Mon., Nov. 24, 8 p.m., Sewing
Tues., Nov. 25, 8 p.m., Wives'
Club Board Meeting.
Wed., Nov. 26, 8 p.m., Natural
Dance Group; Creative Writers'
Group; Prof. Preston W. Slosson
at Village Church Fellowship Dis-
Fri., Nov. 28, 8 p.m., Bridge.
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