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IT'S A DOG'S LIFE:
No Chrisnmas Eiogs
For Bad ers, Raccoons
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By IVAN KELLY and
CRAIG WILSON
Christmas will be just another
day for the animals of the Uni-
versity zoo.
With the exception of the Wol-
verine, who will receive an extra
half-can of dog food, there will be
no special dinner or presents
handed out'on December 25, ac-
cording to Ralph Morrill, zoo
keeper.
The bears, raccoons, foxes and
their furry friends actually get a
reduction in fare. They eat so
much in the Fall, that they just
aren't hungry.
No Eggnogs in Zoo
While we enjoy our Christmas
eggnogs, far from University re-
strictions, zoo animals will lead
their regular eggnogless one-meal-
a-day existence -not realizing
what they are missing.
The Menu for the day will be:
Bears: next to nothing'- al-
though they compete with the best
trenchermen in the summer and
fall.
Wolverine: 3 and a half cans of
dog food.
Eisler ...
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off, expressing such sentiments as,
"It would have been fun," but a
group of men led by Fred Mat-
thaei, Jr., former IFC president'
cried, "Oh to 530 Hill; that's
where he is."
Eisler, who had actually driv-
en up to the park and seen the
armed mob waiting for him, had
decided with the advice of
MYDA members merely to hod
a press conference at the quar-
ters 'of MYDA chairman Ed
Shaffer.
Continuing their cries of "We
want Eisler," and "Where's the
foreigner," an estimated crowd of
150' reformed around the house at
530 Hill. When throwing snowballs
at the lighted windows brought no
results, several of the men en-
tered the basement and cut the
lights.
Finally several of the crowd
who had been guarding the rear
entrance of the house, entered and
told Eisler that they wanted to
hear him speak, and Eisler went
out on the porch on the assurance
that the crowd would be quieted
down.-
He was immediately barraged
with questions of "Why don't you
go back to Russia?" and "What
do you hear from Uncle Joe?" His
opening words: "I am only here
to tell you my side of the story"
was greeted by jeers.
As some order was established,
individual questions such as
"What do you think of the Mar-
shall Plan?" were raised and an-
swered by Eisler, but catcalls and
laughter often interrupted.
Carl Marzani, under bond pend-
ing appeal of a sentence of a fed-
eral court and who had accom-
panied Eisler to Ann Arbor also
spoke to the crowd.
Eisler, who had to catch a train
for the East, was finally allowed
to pass through the crowd, which
dispersed soon after.
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Raccoons: Quantities of bread-
thoroughly washed in their ration
of milk.
Badger and foxes: All the dog
food they can manage.
Bears Fed Too
The bears, Pete, Ted, Sister and
Brother, will relax as usual over
the holiday. In fact, they relax so
much it takes a hosing of water to
move them, Morrill commented.
Treppi, the wolverine, will prance
about if the weather is snowy and
cold, while the others will frisk
about happily, with the exception
of a three-legged raccoon who has
difficulty getting around.
Keeper Morrill will get a Christ-
mas present. He is saving the dog
food wrappers and will soon mail
1,500 of them in for a shiny new
jack knife'
Campus
Highlights
Fission Film .. .
Atomic energy control will be
discussed by the campus chapter
of the United World Federalists at
7:30 p.m. today in Rm. 231 Angell
Hall.
The movie "Atomic Energy" will
be shown.
Music Discussion .. .
Prof. Joseph E. Maddy will
discuss music as a hobby on the
University Broadcasting Serv-
ice's weekly "Hobby Series" pro-
gram at 4 p.m. today over
WPAG.
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Polonia Party . .
Polonia Club's annual Christ-
mas Party will be held at 7:30 p.m.
today in the International Center.
A $.25 gift wil be the admission
price. Refreshments will be served.
Fun for the Kids . .
A Christmas party for chil-
dren will be given by the Wiies
club from 3 to 5 p.m. today in
the University Community Cen-
ter at Willow Village.
Santa Claus will be there to
give gifts to the children and
refreshments will be served.
Organ Recital .. .
An organ recital featuring com-
positions by Bach and DeLamar-
ter and three Christmas pieces by
Maleingreau, Brahms, and Karg-'
Elert will be presented at 8:30
p.m. today in Hill Auditorium by
Lorraine Zeeuw, a senior in the
music school.
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Student Financiers .. .
University students will be given
an opportunity to assume the role
of stockholders of the Gerber
Products Co. at a meeting in
which the annual financial report
of the company will be considered,
to be held at 4 p.m. today in the
Rackham Amphitheatre.
This meeting, which is spon-
sored by the business administra-
tion school, is open to the public.

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Are For Her
BLAZE A TRAIL to her heart at Christmas
with wearable gifts like these! If she's
a winter sports fan, she'll rave over their
streamlined good looks, admire their
functional design. If she's a fireside-
sitter at heart, she'll love the way they
keep her toasty warm when she HAS to
venture outdoors to get to classes, buy
the groceries or walk the baby.

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BOOK SUGGESTIONS
for Xmas Gifts
Dreams of Destiny, by Peter Brown ....... $3.00
Harp of 1000 Strings, by H. L. Davis .......3.00
There Was a Time, by Taylor Caldwell . . .. 3.00
East Side, West Side, by Marcia Davenport . 3.00
Shadow of Heaven, by Alfred Hayes .......2.75
Nothing So Strange, by James Hilton .......2.75
Speaking Frankly, by James F. Byrnes ..... 3.50
The World of Aldous Huxley, by Chas. L. Rolo 3.50
Boston, Cradle of Liberty, by John Jennings . 3.50
You Rolling River, by Archie -Binns.3.00
For the Little Folk .. .
Golden Christmas Book ..................$1.00
The Small One ......................... 1.00
Tenggren Story Book .....................1.50
Tall Book of Fairy Tales ................ 1.00

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C. Zero King jacket with detach-
able sheepskin lining. Beige,
red, aspen blue or hunter's
green Kodiak cloth with wool
plaid facing the sleeves, 25.00.
Matching hood, 5.00.
D. Accessories in weatherproof pop-
lin to match or contrast her out-
door outfits. Red, navy or beige.
Ski caps, 1.50. Mittens, 2.25.
E. Warm wool skating sweater by
Jantzen. "Zig 'n Zag" pattern
in solid red or white, 12.95.
Matching stocking cap, 3.95.
F. Mouton-collared storm coat in
sturdy weather - proof cotton
whipcord with cozy alpaca lin-
ing. Tan, brown or spruce blue,
39.95. Matching hood, 5.00.
G. Jantzen's "Ski Queen" sweater
in jacquard - patterned wool.
Navy, beige or white back-
grounds, 9.95.

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A. White Stag's "Polar Star" parka
in weather proof poplin with
fluffy fox fur edging the hood.
White, red or black, 16.95. Mid-
night blue 100% wool melton
downhill ski trousers, 9.95.
B. White Stag's "Lady from Mars"
jacket and helmet in weather-
proof poplin. Black with blue or
gold with green, 11.95. Lined
poplin ski trousers in hunter's
green, brown or navy, 9.95

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H. Hardy wool shirts by White Stag
for indoor or outdoor wear.
"Trail Shirt" in red or white
with black lumberjack checks,
10.00. "Woodsmate" shirt in
solid sunset red or lake blue,
12.95. Trimly tailored slacks in
pure wool and rayon fabrics,
7.95 to 18.95.

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