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PRETTY BABIES:
'Ensian Holds Beauty Contest
For Willow Villafi Children

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ensian baby contest, :lccor l ilWI AI
Bob Somner, editor of the '.Kn-
sian's Willow Village section.
Proud student-parents, who feel
that their toddler is the mest
Card-Sharks...
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ways send out a Mr. and Mrs
card their first year together, and
when "little Willie" comes along
his name is put on the card so fast
it makes your head spin."
The Answer
We were patient and repeated
our query once again. Just who
DOES send the most affectionate
Christmas cards?
"Businessmen,"Goetz said, and
we blinked. "You see," lie ex-
plained. "They try to out-fox each
other all year long and then
smooth everything over at Christ-
mas time to get ready for bigger
and better deals next year."
We asked for a sentimental ex-
ample. The card Goetz produced
said this: "One of the real joys of
Yuletide is the opportunity to put
aside the routine of everyday
business and in real sincerity wish
our friends a very Merry Christ-
mas and a Happy New Year."
YPCM Sing To Feature
Well-Known Vocalist
Folk songs will be featured at
the YPCM Sing at 7:30 p.m. today
in the Union.
Barbara Cahn, of People's
Songs, will sing a selection of pop-
ular favorites, and during inter-
mission members of the organiza-
tion will present a satire of a year
on campus. There will also be re-
freshments.
Tickets may be obtained at Co-
ops, at the meeting, or from Al
Millstein, Miriam Levy or Sheldon
Siegel.

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Jad 'es for the contest will be
?resident and Mrs. Alexander G.
Uuthven, Dr. Margaret Bell, Ann
-'estie, '49, and Wolverine foot-
baller Bill Pritula, '48.
Prizes of free 1948 yearbooks for
she parents of the three cutest
babies will be awarded by the
judges Jan. 17, at the West Lodge
nommunity center.
A press conference for the chil-
1ren will be held and space given
them in the section of the 'Ensian
entitled 'Willow Village-The Most
Unusual College Campus'," Som-
mers said.
First Plan Vetoed
"Original plans to gather all the
tots under one roof for the judg-'
ing were vetoed by University
pediatricians who explained the
danger of colds and diseases being
spread.
"Snapshots or protographs of
any size are eligible and 'Ensian
photographers will take pictures
without charge for parents who
have no pictures of their young-
sters," Sommer said.
Entries should be addressed to:
Bob Knecht, Michiganensian,
Student Publications Bldg., Ann
Arbor.
BtiasAd Group To
Hold Coffee Hour
Business administration stu-
dents will attend a student-facul-
ty coffee hour sponsored by Delta
Sigma Pi, professional business
administration fraternity, from 3
to 5 p.m. today in the League ball-
room.
Tom McNall, business adminis-
tration graduate student, will lead
his orchestra in Christmas carols
and popular music, with Jackie
Ward as featured vocalist, begin-
ning at 4:15 p.m.
Records will be played during
the early part of the function, at
which 16 faculty wives will pre-
side.

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Record Concert .. .
The weekly Graduate School
Record Concert will be held at
7:45 p.m. today in the East
Lounge of the Rackham Build-
ing.
the program will include se-
lections by Mozart and Beethov-
en. The concert is open to all
Graduate students.
WAA (olj Practice .
Members of the WAA Golf Club
will practice with number two or
three irons at 5 p.m. today at the
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Coming Sunday!

HENRY FONDA

"LONG NIGHT"

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STAR-GAZERS' PARADISE - University-operated McMath-Hulbert Observatory is one of the
world's foremost solar research centers.
SUN GETS IN YOUR EYES:
U' Observatory Leads in Soler Rese(rch,

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By RUSS CLANATIAN
Three odd - shaped buildings
atop a low hill 35 miles north of
Ann Arbor today comprise a
unique establishment in the world
of modern astronomy-the Mc-
Math-Hulbert Observatory.
Directed by Prof. Robert R. Mc-
Math, world famous solar re-,
searcher and pioneer in the use of
movies in astronomy, the observa-
tory at Lake Angelus has been
transformed since 1930 from a
mere pastime of Prof. McMath, hisj

father, Francis C. McMath and
Probate Judge Henry S. Hulbart3
to the world's leading research in-
stitution for the study of the sun.
Opened New Field
In 1932, McMath-Hulbert in-
augurated a basic project which
has kept Prof. McMath and a staff
of other technical workers busy
ever since--the exploration of the
surface of the sun.
In taking up this work, the ob-
servatory was opening up a new
field for, as Prof McMath ex-

plained, "before that time, solar
research was practically dead be-
cause of the cost of the necessary
instruments..
Pure Research
But pure research, such as that
which made the atomic bomb pos-
sible, is still first priority at Mc-
Math-Hulbert. And, as Prof. Mc-
Math, solar explorer extraordi-
nary, pointed out, "The sun is a
tremendous atomic laboratory
sucp as could never be reproduced
on earth

CLASSIFD, ,AaVN.E .t1N
CLASSIFIED ADVEWT SNGM

(h lrstutas Tea .. .
Christmas tea for foreign
and American students will be
held at 4:30 p.m. today in the
International Center.
Hwaii lu b .. .
The Hawaii Club's hayride will
leave from the Pine Room of the
Methodist Church at 8:15 p.m.
tomorrow.
* * *
(Jiristmnqs Carols .. .
Michigan Christian Fellowship
will meet at 7:15 today in Lane
hall to go carolling.
(uild Correction . .
The Roger Williams Guild will
go carol singing at the Rapid
Treatment Center at 7:15 today,
instead of tomorrow as previously
announced,
Musical
Supplies
REEDS - STRINGS
We carry VAN DORN REEDS
Complete
Musical Repair
PAUL'S
MUSICAL REPAIR
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132

FOR SALE
TUXEDO. Single breastedrmidnight
blue coat 39-40, regular. Trousers 36
waist. Excellent shape. Price $25.00.
Phone 2-2366. )302
FOR SALE-Ski boots and bindings.
Size 10-11. 422 E. Washington. 2-0789,
after 7 p.m. )200
1946 NASH 600 fordor. Radio, weather-
eye. Sell for less than cost. 408 Greene
House, E. Quad. )153
MUST SELL immediately house trailer
with 92x7% room attached. Good
condition. A bargain.. Can be seen
9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunnyside Trailer
Park. Lot C 11 or Call 2-5517 Anytime.
)38.

IFT SUGGESTIONS
CHESS SET PHOTO ALBUM
POKER SET SCRAP BOOKS
CRIBBAGE BOARD DESK SETS
Christmas Card Box Assortments 29c - 98c
Sheaffer & Eversharp Pen Sets
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MAYER-SCHAIRER CO.
112 South Main Streeto
7I 9iid1V.h;BYd iifi,7' tY ~ 77n' cY' 114ad&e fJa7Jff }Sd:YIJli

WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE-Almost
Equipped. Almost any offer.
2-8250 or come. 1113 Packard.

new.
Call
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Do You Live in Rochester
or Vicinity?r
The University of Michigan Club'
of Rochester, New York, is having a
CHRISTMAS DANCE
at the Sheraton Hotel on Friday evening,
December 26, 1947.
Informal dancing begins at 9:30.
All Michigan students in vicinity are invited free
q guests of the club.
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FOR XMAS: Spaulding, MacGregor, Ha-
gen and Wilson golf equipment. Call
2-2058. Johnny Malloy, Pro. )27
CHRYSLER 1942 8-passenger sedan. A
number 1 condition. Spotlight, radio
and heater. A good buy for a trip
to the West Coast and Rose Bowl.
Call at 1540 Packard. )23
ALL COLORS, canaries and parakeets,
finches, bird supplies and cages. Mrs.
RuffIns, 562 S. Seventh. )108
'35 DODGE COUPE. New motor, ex-
cellent tires, partly new transmis-
sion.. Good appearance, heater. Best
offer. Plumb, 315 E. IHuron, 5:30 to
7:30 p.m. )38
CAMERA-Zeiss maximar 2%x3% f 4.5
Zeiss Tessar-factory coupled Kalart
synchronized range finder-like new
-heavy leather case- Kodak No. 2
filter and sun shade-Zeiss enlarger
used with camera-$125. Phone 8606,
after 6 o'clock. 257150. )1
SPORTSMAN'S XMAS GIFT-English
setter puppies, 5 months old. Peerless
line bred from the finest setter
blood in America today. Descendants
of the great American field trial
champion Sports Peerless Pride. Par-
ents of these puppies are supreme
quail, pheasant, grouse, and wood-
cock dogs. Mother is field trial
winner. Puppies are very well de-
veloped, silken coated and healthy.
Right age to hunt next fall. No finer
gift for discriminating sportsmen.
Shipped anywhere in U.S. by Xmas.
Wormed and distemper immunized.
W. S. Clifford, M.D. 1576 Newport,
Rd. Phone 2-1487. )210
FOR SALE-Three suits; sport coat,
38 long. Call 20041 after 6 p.m. )209
TUXEDO and tails, size 38, worn only
once. Call 4489. )47
ENGLISH BIKE - Raleigh-3-speed.
Hand brakes, all extras. Perfect con-
dition. Reasonable. Call Joe 4494. )54
FOR SALE-1947 black super deluxe
Ford tubor, radio, heater, 9,000 miles.
excellent condition. Call 2-2323. )51
FOR SALE-Ford sedan coupe 1941
super deluxe, 6 passenger, 8 cylinder.
Radio, heater. Brand new motor. Five
excellent tires. $1,100 cash. Phone
4464. )8

FOR RENT
FURNISHED house over holidays. Rent
free to responsible couple. Duties:
Feed dog and cat. 2S9931. )152
APARTMENT, newly done, 3 rooms and
bath, unfurnished, near campus. No
children. Rented by the year, $89 per
ment. Write Box 43. )10
FOR RENT-Newly decorated 4-room
furnished apartment, baby welcomed,
one block from campus in exchange
for information leading to adequate
housing for Navy family in or near
Monterey, California-or reward for
such information. Call 2-7661. )21
TRANSPORTATION
TWO PASSENGERS- wanted to San
Francisco, via Cheyenne. Leave Friday
3. 1947 Pontiac. Larry 8691.
DRIVING to Albequerque, N.M. for
holidays and return, Call 2-5554. G.
Ablin. )49
CAN TAKE TWO to Rochester, N.Y.,
leaving Saturday morning. Phone
Daily, Box 44. )9
WILL the party who wants a ride tc
San Antonio, Texas please call 2-1569.
Leaving Friday. )48
COED would like a girl companion or
married couple for car ride to Cali-
fornia. Leaving Friday. Call 2-4471.
R. 3059 for details. )205
WANTED-Ride to and from Pasadena;
or just return ride.Call Stu, 328 Mich-
igan House. 2-4401. )204
OFFERING RIDES to Calif., or inter-
mediate points. Also rides back. Con-
tact Bob Morrow, Tel. 2-2252. )4
STUDENT COUPLE want ride to Cleve-
land area Dec. 19 or 20. Call Mrs.
Price, 3-1511, Ext. 350 8-4. )45
ROSE BOWL BOUND. Leaving 20th. 2
passengers, $40 round trip, or $30
return only. Call Cliff Room 14; El
liot 409 Lloyd, 2-4401. )20
LEAVING FOR FLORIDA 18th or 19th.
Desire 2 or 3 riders. Returning about
January 1. Paul Chaffee. Phone 21312,
County Agent's Office. )17
ROSE BOWL BOUND December 26.i
Three riders wanted. Share driving
and expenses. Call Bob LaPlante,
2-4481. )2
WILL SWAP use of large utility trailer
for holiday rides to western Iowa.j
2-59931. )181

WANTED TO RENT
GRADUATE WOMAN student wishes
r'oom near' speec(h clinic for second
semester. Phone 5929, between 5:00
and 6:00 o'clock. )203
'iWO MALE studt'iits eiced room .near
campus for spri e, me t r. Call 8278.
Ask for Bill. )102
WANTED
WANTED TO BUY - Used tuxedo. Sire
40-42 long. Call Don 2-7248. )201
DRESS MAKING and alterations. Miss
Livingston, 315 S. Division. )211
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING, accurately, and promptly done
by student veteran's wife. Theses,
manuscripts, term and legal papers,
etc. Phone 2-4155. )50
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A.A. 2-0298. W. O.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32]
BECAUSE OF AN enlargement in our
personnel, we can now offer prompt1
service on your alterations. Tailoring,
dressmaking, formal restyling a spe-
cialty. Hildegarde Sewing Shop. 2-
4669.)301
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-One Eversharp Pen. Call 9310.
)15
LOST-One pair brown pigskin fur-
lined men's glovesaat-League last
Friday. Reward. Call 2-7422. )206
LOST-Zipper notebook bearing name
Thomas M. Hinkin. Contains valu-
able paper: Army discharge, college
transcripts, teacher's certificate. Re-
ward. Box. )41
LOST--Green striped Shaeffer pen with
gold band. Last Wednesday near I
Stockwell Hall. Sentimental value.
Reward offered. Marjorie Zaller,
2-5587. )208
STUDENT, widow of veteran with son
two years old has lost billfold con-
taining $150, drivers' license, birth
certificate and other valuable pa-
pers in the Campus Shop or between
State Street and Forest Avenue, Sat-
urday afternoon.'Reward. Call 8575.
)53

SOLD
11BOND B pAT SOTL EV3R
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See them in Detroit at ERNST KERN . CROWLEY MILNER
Free booklet: "WARDROBE TRICKS". Write Judy Bond, Inc., Dept. M, 1375 Broadway, Now York 16
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MERRY
- CH RIST MAS
Chandan's wishes
o the sincerest
season's greetings.
2 Chandan's offers
steaks, cho#sand
Chickevn in the Baske
(it any season
t of fle year
rHANDANS
COTTA1E INN
512 E. William One Block West of Haven Hall

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"Home of 3-Hour
Odorless Dry Cleaning"
CLEAN E RS
630 South Ashley
Phone 4700
TYPEWRITERS
Office and Portable Models
of all makes

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Rented,
Repaired,
STATIONERY & SUPPLIES
0.0. IIORRILL
314 South State St.
G. L Requisitions Accepted

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SPECIAL SELLING
of
Gift Slippers
Extraordinary Values . . . Rayon, Crepe,
Satin, Bunny Furs or Failtes. Pinks, blue,
black and many, more colors to choose.
Come early. Get your size first.

WILL PAY FOR RIDE to Pittsburgh.
Can leave anytime Friday afternoon.
Call 2-4591. Room 213. )i00
PASSENGER-DRIVERS sought to Cali-
fornia. No stops-one way only. Leav-
ing afternoon 25th or morning 26th.
V. L. Schneider, 1536 Hawley Ct. Wil-
low Run or 529 North Walled Lake af-
ter 19th. $30.00. )154
RIDERS WANTED to Rose Bowl game.
Share driving and expenses. '47 Olds,
leaving Dec. 26. Jerry O'Toole. 2-3861.
)571
DOCTOR AND WIFE driving to Los An-
geles in 1947 Chrysler, Christmas af-
ternoon. Will take couple. Reasonable
rate. Olive 8951 Del. )300

SERVING HOURS:
11 A.M.-1:30 P.M. 5-7 P.M.
"Known for Good Food"
The TAVERN
CAFETERIA
336 Maynard Street
PORTABLE
TYPEWRITERS
- IN STOCK
Coronas - Underwoods
Remingtons
OFFICE EQUIPMENT
SERVICE CO.
111 South 4th Ave.

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Wise Shoppers
Santa Claus
Is Finding Gifts
At Savings Up To
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PRE-CHRISTMAS
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S SLI

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PPERS

CHOOSE YOUR OWN
Breakfast .... from 7 A.M.
Lunch .... 11 A.M.-2 P.M.
Dinner....5 P.M.-7:30
Good Food! 300 Seats!

DURING DILLON'S
SMOKE SALE

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SHEEPSKIN LINED
Moccasins and
Shearling Slippers
Formerly up to $5.00

Sweaters
Dresses

Gloves
Skirts

Girdles
Coats

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