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DRIVE SUCCESSFUL:
Europe' s Ch ildren To Receive
Stu~dent Clothes Contribtions

Approximately 3,500 pounds of
clothing have been collected in the
University clothing drive, at.hougnh
contributions are still being tumrned
in at Lane Hall.
Residence Hall ecollci illS h ave
Dodge T.)T alk
On Education
In N1"lear East
Dr'. Bay,, d IDodtti,,, ot iiie'1' 1 YA-
ident of the American >>University
of Beirut in Lebanon ari ntr 1 -
national College, Beirut, %vill dis-
cuss "American Educat iourn in the
Near East" at '8 pm: tomorrow in
the East Lecture Room of the
Rackham Building.
Dr. Dodge returned to the Unit-
ed States this fall and is now
traveling under the auspices of
the Near East College Ayssoiation.
During his visit here he will dis-
cuss with University officials the
administration of exchang e schol-
arships which have been main-
tafied between the University and
the American University of Beirut.
Village (Club Meet S
The Intercultural Organization
of Willow Village will meet at 7:45
p.m. tomorrow in the North Com-
munity Building at Willow Vil-
lage.
Mrs. Ulysses Snyder is chair-
man of the organization which is
an outgrowth of the anti-discrim-
ination committee originally'
formed to combat the recent
transfer action of the Willow Run
School Board.
Musical
Supplies
REEDS -- STRINGS
We carry VAN DORN REEDS
Complete
Musical Repair.
PAU L'S
MUSICAL REPAIR
2Q9 E. Washington Ph. 8132
I ICuhIuGAiNI

equalled last ,year's amount, ac-
cording to. Seymour Goldstein,
-'rive chairman, but the bulk of
the contributions have been turned
in by individuals. An anonymous
onor left ten pairs of new baby
shoes and some baby clothing.
The clothing will be sent to the
Save the Children Federation sort-
ing post next week and from there
will be distributed among needy
children in Europe.
"The many suits, sweaters and
shoes contributed by University
.tudents a re especially appreciated
Aince thiey are in greatest demand
overseas," Goldstein stated. "The
efforts of many students who con-
tributed time and clothing are re-
sponsible for the success of this
drive."
.Students who missed the drive
may turn in clothing at Lane Hall
until Saturday, he said.
Relativity..
(Coontined from Page 1)
by money supplied by the Fun
Fund, which is supported by the
Tag Day drive.
Th~le activities of the Galen So-
ciety, which are so obvious at
Christmas time, continue through-
out the year, dedicated to making
every chlid's stay at University
hospital as f~leasant as possible.
Spokesmen for the Galen Society
expressed hope that contributors
to this year's Tag Day drive will
make it as much a success as it
has always been in past years.
(Continued from Page 1)
With Picasso, Laporte said, as
wtih other modern artists, the ac-
ceptance of the idea that tradi-
tional perspective is only a con-
vention has meant a new freedom
of expression.
We do not actually see objects
at a precise distance, these artists
say; we only infer that they are
there.
To appreciate the movement in
Picasso's works' and see beyond the
immediate distortion, Laporte
says, people have to learn to
"read" a different way.
Dr. Laporte doesn't remember
how he started mixing up Ein-
stein and Picasso. "I just started
worrying about it," he says, "and
pretty soon I had an idea." As far
as lie knows, he is the only pro-
ponent of this theory.
We print 'em all,
No job too large or small.
Programs - Tickets
Stationery- "~Announcements
ROACH PRINTING
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132

"Way of Life'
To Be Subje9-ict
For Esssta4s
Humanist Ass.oiation
To Sponsor Countest
The American Humanist Assou
elation, publishers of "T7he E i-
manist" quarterly, has announced
an essay contest for college si a-
dents on the subject "Building a
Positive Way of Life in Accor>>d-
ance With the Scientific Mez~~ltho
and the Highest Aspirations of
Mankind."
Entrants may give theiresa
a briefer title. Prizes-. tte l redi
both for essayvs witt en I i hu l -
viduals and forie- as pr-paredc byu.
groups of five or more furils
Prizes of $25 and $10wile
awarded for the best, (oun rbu-
tions in each division.
Entries must be between~r 1000
and 1400 words, postmarked 1)f-
fore Dec. 20 and sent to the Am r,,-
ican Humanist Associattion, 5,69
South 13th East, Salt LakeCiy
2, Utah. Entrants should indicat
the college or university t hey lt
tend as well as their name arnd ad-(
dress.
Judges for the contest wi\ill 1)e
philosophy professors from i i-
University of Utah and U nion ,Cl-
lege and Alfred Stirenotte,ma
aging editor of "The Humnaist ."
Winning entries will be publishIed
in "The Humanist" and no man-
uscripts will be returned.
Psychologists Will feet
Clark Tibbits, director of the
Institute for Hum an Adjustment,
will attend a meeting of the Mid-
western Association of Clinic-al
Psychologists and College Psy-
chiatrists tomorrow through Sat-
urday in Chicago,

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pAl it ' tl(v:lbin ii
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Allm'I j ,. of..1 ' ichi, gan- C
em .n c1 i oral nd lesstaffs;
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1: '1( t o012 0 11i( .1.11. 'j 7
I 1 ;+ s:bi ill('t !:5til mt oday in;.O
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( z, tiu I C tii'lwe (and ii- iomatceT"
lu g ta~'I- d'p r~hu adil dve

C A iPUSIGHIHS

hanoi'r at the International Center
l a to be held at 4:30 p.m. to-
day.
Mt's. James Plummer and Leela
Desai will be hostesses foi' the
tea, which is open to all students.
Indian students have been espe-
cia~lly invited by Miss Desai.
The Willow Village Art Group
w ill hold an exhibit of works of
art- and coffee hour from S to 10
p.m. today in the studio work-
shop) at the University Comn-
mnunity Center.
liraw:igs from life, cierics,
tetii's andi exhibits by the sew%-
in- group will he featured.
Iniab Supper..
Tickets are now on sale for an
'Arab Supper" to be held by the
1International Students Association
at 6:30 p.m. Sunday in the In-
ternational Center, M. K. Raju,
ipres>ident of the giroup, announced
> (-Aerday.
ITickets are available at t he In-
l eirnational Center.
Prof. Howard Y. McCluskey, of
the :school of Education, will open
the annual meeting of the Michi-
gan Camping Association with an
address at 10 a.m. Saturday in
the University High School audi-
St31'iurri.

Bankers Meet
Here iii'Aiinii
Studty SessioIn
More than 200 Michig-an bank-
ers will meet at the Union today,
and tomorrow for their ninth an-
nual Study Conference. sponsored
by tlhe School of Business; Admin-
istration aind the Michigan bank-
e "s Associtioun.
Thie bahkers wvill be guests of
the businless administration school
M~ a coffee hour today.
A banquet featuring a talk on
"Silent Partners" by Dr. Charles,
I,. Anspach, President, of Central
Michigan College of Education,
will complete ti he program for the
flrst Clay%,Of the' tvo-day vconfer'-
During thle banquet the Uni-
ver'sity' Men's Glee Club, directed
by Pr'of. Philip A. D iev, will sing
three conceirt numbhers and a
group of Michliganu songs.
Michigan's new c'ommulnity
property tax law is on the dis>cus-
sion agenda, as are the subjects!
of investments, public relations.
savings accounts and aiccount
ainalysis.
Liquo101 Sale Reglation
For Hlidays Revealed
LANSING, Dec. 3 -- 0 ) - The
State Liquor Control Commission
again will curtail Christmas Eve
sale of intoxicants and allow an
extension of selling hours on New
Year's morning, it was announced
today.

Army CGroup1
To HoldPae
Th e Ai-ni OrdI:nnce Atisocial-
tion will htold a panel discussion
on the "Probicles of Mvobilizing
Engineerin, -Tilnt for Ox-duance
Production," at 18:30 !pm.,today in
Rm. :104 eof tite ioni>.
Fteeducationallt and training,'
proving gl'oun, itiict offic'e.wand
'manufacturer"'s lrolems wl, ill be
discussed by Ivan C. Crawtford,
Dean of the Eng ;ineering: School.
J. C. Brier, Prolfessor of Chemical
Engineering; LIt. (%oI. J. NJ. Cone,
IDeputy Chief of Detroit Ordnalnce
Distr-ict; and C. H. lian'is. Chief
Engi ineer otArsI.
ART' CINEMA LEAGUVE
NATIVE LAND
ad MARCHI OF TIME
"Amel'icanis All"
8:30 P.M. Sun., Mon.
Admi,', ion 50(c tax meinl.)
(Dental School)

A talkE %Ae iih(l?'Theames
waiiNego laeestin Ili e.1Na-
tune Hall
Unavoxci s'iy flIl, 'zhe Ltalk is

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Now!l Feature Starts 1 :00 - 3:07 - 5:14
7:21 - 9:27 P.M.
___ PRICES
90c to 5 P.M. -- Eves. $1.25

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BOO,.

TECHN iiICOLOVR:f
ELI7 EL L~
EDAI1UNTH TAYLOR
A WARNE . CUE ' Z A S P1u

Football Classke
BOWuvL
AIR SPECIAL
0 Round trip, 21-
passenger DC3
® Stewardess service
0 All meals aloft
*6 nights Hotel Del Mar
4 Special bus to game
A Sightseeing
* Big New Year's Eve Party
* Free Air Trip to
Las Vegas
Leave .Detroit, Dec. 26
Return Jan. 2, 10 p.m., E.S.
Only $22550 in cl. tax
Early Reservations Necessary
Call or Write

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FOR SALE

wANTED TO RENT

H ELP "WANTED

TUXEDO-Size 36. Excellent Condition. I STUDEINT VETERAN and wife expect- MAN to (lean wailk after eacth snow-

Bargain for quick sale. Can be seen
at 1111 Prospect. )102
YOUNG MAN'S tan Overcoat, size about
38, in good condition, $12.00. Phone
2-7751 or 2-0236. )21
FOR SALE-i Set Tails, size 39. Just
like new. See between 4 :00-6:30 pm.
at 408 Hamilton, $35. ) 23
FOR SALE-5 Cigarette machines. Small
investment, requires little tinme or
work. Call 8850. )152
FOR ,SALE--TUXEDO( 37-38. 1 j'oad Up-
to-Date Single Bi-easted with Vest,.
Call 2205 after 5:00. )
AUTOMATIC Portable Phonograplh. Two
months old. Excellent condition. Call
Marion at 2-4547. )817

in- baby in February, muhst haveI
furnished a partnel it, by February.j
Phone 5841. Ask for Mi I arr'on. }15I
WANTED
WANTED - Sitter for steeping baby,
We('k''nd ev(-niigs -One block from
canljv-. Call 2-7C,4. J)24

fall. Phione 2-0366. 518 South Division.
) 12
YOUNG LADY ton work at soda uontain
fuli, time::. No eve nings or Sundays.
Sw,,IE' Dru-sr, 340 South State,
Phone 2=--04 . )40
IFO RENTN'F-VI l'' I zr omlfotable 3rd floor

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ROOM, SU 'i ., cor Iirtnil'at for threen',lrli,,o n iid study for 3 . 1t Hile
t'010 m ii s1>. O m pi UOYo r ie i- r td n
Vi)i o i2 42. I IO~Bl, P ~'' V 1 ;'. ' loiles
{ H... aoiA .~ iA l a _ atE an -Iihv.'y.
NV .I AN'' li) it:1'N'la: a mg'1'1(l e ri tO" i, 10.a. 'Uall 2 MAJ4 .) 2

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s SOMETHING NEW!
41 ERRI CRUNCII!
t MADE EXCLUSIVELY OF'ATOMS
WHAT OTHER CANDY CAN MAKE
THAT CLAIM?
TO BE FEATURED AT SOPH CABARET

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Rudy Yallee
AN AO10 F' IC1UMj
35C
; 5 P.M.

z-'TEMPTI NG!
A-NC? WAITING!
TEMPLE
Ca eteiia'
Masonic Temple Building
327 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
Between LIBERTY & WILLIAMS

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TUXEDO, Double Breasted, Midnight-
Blue. Coat 40 Long, Trousers 34 waist.
Practically new, Yours for $25.00.
Phone 2-2366. )11
THIS CHRISTMAS - AKC Registered
Cocker Spaniel Puppy. Red, Buff,
Black and Parti-Colors. Stud' Serv ice.
41500 Michigan Ave., Wayne. ) 18
WOMAN'S GREY cloth coat. Size 14.
Worn twice. New electric handy hot
apt.-size washer. Very reasnoable. Ed-
lund. 422 B. Washington. )
EXAKTA "B" f2.8 Tessar ase, barrel
extension, filters, and lens shade. :308
Tyler, East Quad.)7'
COLLECTOR'S ITEMS. Mauser model
HSC 7.65 mm. automatic. Perfect con-
dition.OJses Colt 32 cal. Also 6.5 mmn.
new carbine. Call William Pox, 2-6355.
Need cash. 712 B. Washington Apt. 6.
)2
FOR XMAS: Spaulding, MacGmregor, Ha-
gen and Wilson golf equipment. Call
2-2058. Johnny Malloy, Pro.- )27
ARGYLE BABY booties and socks,
handmade to order. Sizes infant to
three years. Ypsi 2596J4. )78
ALL COLORS, canaries and parakeets,
finches, bird supplies and cages. Mrs.
Ruff ins, 562 S. Seventh. )108
IDEAL Christmas Gifts: 4 New Sets of
German Drawing Instruments, 1 New
Swiss Chronograph Man's Watch, 1
New Swiss-made Gold Ladies Brace-
let, 1 New German Polar Coordinator.
Phone Ozzie Bender, Ypsi 9215 or
write Box 38. )100
The
ART STUDENTS' AGENCY
announces the first
SATURDAY
EXHIBITION-SALES
of
STUDENT ART WORK
Dec. 6, 9 A.M.-5 P.M.
Everybody Welcome!
Lobby of the State Cafeteria'
209141 South State

( ?.ir" H as; iilice.::s. Dec1. Ir?_J .rn 4.
Wi-ito I al :1i, ici gan 1Daily. )521
V E iA' to11)contact studens frrc.'
pai1is, pwho 111'I'osd''nr i
inl, to Ros;e 3ov L. (oniuanla-
Phone , (22001. ):
TRANSPORTATION
STUDI NT AND WIFE desire ride0 to
'ifttsbur"gh area Dec. 20 or 21. 'C:,11
2-471 te1r 5 prum. ) l3
NEED RtIDE to Texas 18th I or 1 9th. Share
expenses. Call Webster, Ypsi 9263.
after 8 p.11n. ) 22
WANT i)---Two passengers to share ex-
pr'ni(-S to F'lorida~. Lea I. (,Dc c. 20. Call
lsotoi I''o iI'i(', 1'\i~liI v.Will
4:3v, 17
DRI V IN('ato 'c'1( 01 eid 11 i-
vyes, Colorado, P1loe 'h1r~ista.1)-
sire 0on 'e ').or ) -t, '-U. C;:l i - . Se --
roan, Phone 2-731J.}
ROSE BOWL BOUND? Two new c<rs. ,
plenty of room. Will take you to and
P Jul ganne. Round trip from your
pla1ce to California. Call 2-2422. ) 105
2-5 STUDENTS will pay $15 each for
round trip ride to N.Y.C. over Cnrist -
mas; vacation. Contact Jess -Room
51, Dorm 9, West Lodge. Ypsi 92316. )33
WANTED-Ride into or nlear Royal Oak,
Mich., every F~riday night at 6 o'clock.
Will shar'e expen'ises. CSall Pauil Hein-
en, 408 Tyler Houser East, Quad.
2-4591.. )43
ua1 sngl'r %Lwho xii..-,.~re d(ii'
Blake. 416; Xiiichleil, xv%.Quad, 2-44011.

BUSINESS SERVICES
MBIEN'S USED ('LO'J'IN iblought and
sold. .Sam's Stane,'.'22F. Wash-ington.
) 50
TYPING-:'res term papers, ad-
dre.s.> I upl icating: Notices, form
7 1't'-s )gwramhi - A2 Typing Service,
2083 Nickels Arcade, Phone 9811. )25
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through G(oodyear store.
For service call A.A. 2-0298. W. 0.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.) 32
BECAUSE OF AN enlargement in our
personnel, we can now offer prompt
erieon your alterations. Tailoring,
a mesaakit. for'mal restylilng a spe-
('1,:11y. hdealeSewing Shop. 2-
4669. ) :30
LOST AND FOUND
OS 1 Xk il~l Band.i0 Sivr
RI'airI.Cal 572durl ing the day. ) 26
LOS--Lady v lfgin xv ilcliwith gold ex-
,, a j~t bra;celt.i i ounid please c'on-
tat '-,Si nIl. Rewaird. }>9

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I~C)S - "51,"' 'SI''ia-uwithl
'-Droty Kouiy"Black witil
cap 1.et'ad.IPhone 2-2591.

SERVICE, Inc.
Phone CH. 1113
Detroit
or
BOERSMA TRAVEL
12 NICKELS ARCADE'
Phone Ann Arbor 2-3155

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silveir
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ALL YOU EASTERNERS!
COME TO
MI*C IGAN1MEGT
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27
Keep in touch with the Michigan gang over Christmas vacation. Reservations can be
made now for the big gathering of Michiganl students by phoning Ben Sloat, 4183, or
Ray Bohn, 2-6824, in Ann Arbor.
9Matk 4aeq( MEADOWBRO@K
ROUTE 23 ...CEDA'R GROVE, N.J. . . . POMPTON TrURNPIKE
MUSIC by STAN KENTON and his Orchestra

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Cartoon - Oddity
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LOST1: Parker "5L" pen. Black with
silver cap. Please call 2-0338 after
5:00 p.m. Reward. )41
LOST--Pair of glasses, November 26 be-
tween Natural Science and Angell
lJ:all. Please call Emz. 333 Mosher. })13
LOST --Ladies Red Billfold Monday,
vicinity (of A&P on State St Money
jwasdeprtl needed but papers inl
it ev.en is:,i'e so. Identification, re-
xx ai.39 Lawrence, 2-2329. )29
LOS~iT: D.(,"tzgcn slide rule between cor-
ner of F'orest and N. University and
c'atoplis. "idr tlierise contact. R. G.
Fountain, 11k:Daby CA. Willow Vil-
la 'e. Reward, )10

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"One of thme finest films I
have ever seen!"
- -ALFRED HITCHCOCK
"A superb achievement!"
- DAVoD 0. SELZNICK
"One of the greitest film ex-
periences. of my life!"
--WILLIAM WYLER

"A truly magnificent picture
--a realism seldom achieved
on the screen!"
"-ERNST LUBITSCH
"An excellent motion pic-
ture!"--DARRYL ZANUCK
"The most stirring film I've
seen in years!"
--WILLIAM DIETERLE

)39 br. aryn d ILeaguie, Lady's Gold Bulova
- - - - - - \V -- Wath. Ox al-shaped, snake chain
TWO S'TU DENTrS deIsire ride to ,'it her wrsbadCllMcyt50Moh.
Washin Jlon, IDC .or Newv York City ]an.CalMik15006Mshr
for Chi'istmas, leaving ll- refer-ably on
the 18th 1)r'i19th. :harIe driving and
expenses. Call 2-3076 after 7 p.m. SERVING HOURS:
Ask for MVel. )}'I 11 A.M.-1.:30J P.M. 5-7"P.M.
'10 ROSE )'OWL4 by air. Round tripI Knw for Good Food"
ticket. Melsaloft, 3 nights at hote l.
Bus ttrip through Hollywvood. BusoTI;AV R
azne. Total, $225.00. Write Standard C-16: vTERIH
Air Lines;, Municipal Air Port, Longa 336 Mayn,,,ard Street
Beach S8 Cat. _____________________

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