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SUMMER ABROAD:
Students To Have Opportunity
To Attend School in En o'and

American students will have an
unparalleled opportunity to study
in England tiSlsummer, Pr of. D.
R. Dudley, of the Univer iy (f
Birmingham, said in an interview
yesterday.'
Because of crowded conditions
during the regular academic year,
seven British universities are of-
fering special summer -courses in
an effort to attract American stu-
dents.
They're even prepared to break
British precedent and give grades,{
be said.a
Courses Offered
Courses offered include "Shake-
Social Counc10
To$+ Distribute
Christmas Aid
Needy Ann Arborites each year
are able to have some of their re-
quests for Christmas aid answered
by donations of money, clothes
and food to the Christmas Com-
mittee of the Ann Arbor Council
of Social Agencies.
Discussing the work of the com-
mittee, Mrs. Barbara Cook, As-
sistant Executive Secretary of the
council, said yesterday that it at-
tempts to serve as a clearing
house to see that each needy per-
son is given, as much as possible,
the things he most needs tr a fftord
him a good Christmas.
The committee, headed by Mrs.
Carroll Benz, receives the names
of people who apparently require
aid from nine city organizations,
and donations are made by both
organizations and private indi-
viduals. Last Christmas there were
40 donations, some of them in the
100-dollar range. These were di-
vided among 200 adults and 400
children.
The largest group of needy per-
sons comprises old people and de-
pendent children, Mrs. Cook said.
Many of the families who receive
aid are not chronic recipients of
charity, she added, but have been
impoverished by heavy medical
bills, death or sickness of the fa-
ther, or some other unforseeable
blow to family economics.
Drama Broadcast
The plight of European children
will be the subject of "Suffer the
Little Children," the speech de-
partment's documentary 'drama
featuring carols and Bible quotes,
to be broadcast at 2:30 p.m. today
over station WKAR.

speare and the Elizabethan
Drama," given at Stratford-on-
Avon, "European Civilization in
the Twentieth Century," offered
by Oxford University. the Univer-
sity of Birmingham's four-week
post-graduate Summnr School in
Medical and Scient.ific StUlies an d
"Contemporary English IAtera -
ture."
Students may even save money
--living expenses, including tui-
tion, will total $40 to $44 per
week, Prof. Dudley said Trans-
portation expenses nui be p i d
by th e students, however, at a cost
of $340 round trip, tourist class
passage on the Cunard White Star
line.
Veterans may apply under the
GI Bill of Rights, he pointed out.
Applications Available
Interested students may obtain
further information in Rm. 2,.
University Hall and secure appli-
cations by writing to the Insti-
tute of International Education,
2 W. 45th St., New York. Selec-
tion of 650 students will be made
by a committee of well-known
American professors, on the basis
of past academic record and other
criteria.
"Students may feel they
shouldn't come and eat up British
rations," Prof. Dudley said. "But
that's an illusion-nobody will
starve because of a slight increase
in the population, and American
students will be welcome."
VA Sets New
Renewval Date
Extends Insurance
Deadline toJuly 31
Deadline on the easy reinstate-
ment of National Service Life in-
surance "term" policies has been
extended from the previously an-
nounced date of Dec. 31, 1947 to'
July 31, 1948, the Veterans Ad-
ministration said yesterday.
To reinstate "term" insurance
before July 31, 1948, veterans are
required to sign a statement that
they are in as good physical con-
dition as when the insurance was
allowed to lapse, VA officials ex-!
plained.
In addition, veterans must pay
two months' premium at their old
rate, the officials added.
After the new deadline, vet-
erans will have to pass a complete
physical examination before
lapsed insurance will be reinstat-
ed, the VA pointed aut.

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Members of L'te Roger Williams
Guild will meet at the Guild
Houe a~ 730 ~m.today to go
uu o lin hi: there will
be a Christmis party at the Guild
House wu ithote Rev. (he Loucks
reading "Thei Other Wise Man."
hyNical Education Ma jors
anid fa(Lty' will hiave a Christ-
mas party from 8:45 to 10 a.m.
Voday in the W.A.B. tonige.
oAffee and doughnuts will be
served aid entei'tainmnwt will
be ovided y th- na s.
IIiidisiuiiNI (napI **
The Hindustan Students Asso-
ciation of America will hold its
third annual meeting, December
21-23, at the International Center.
Coed Bis etbfill.. .
The basketball schedule for
the week of Jan. 5 will be pub-
lished the Tuesday following va-
cation. Games on Monday, Jan.
5: 5:10 p.m. Stockwell 11 vs. So-
rwii; II, Betsy Barbour I vs.
jigma Delta Tau 1; 7:10 p.m.,
helen Newberry I vs. Zone V,
Zeta Tau Alpha 11 vs. Jordan
.IV.
Ballet Meeting
Members of the ballet group will
meet at 8 p.m. Monday, Jan. 5 in
Barbour Gym. Plans for next se-
mester will be discussed at this
time.
Swimming Club ...
WAA Swimming Club will not
meet officially this week but the
Union Pool will be open at the
regular times for members who
wish to swim,
1FC Party..
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Following the show, IFC dis-
tributed 900 pounds of candy and
22 cases of apples and oranges as
their young guests "filed" out. The
exodus rapidly turned into a rout
and the cupboard was bone dry by
the time the last youngster had
found his mitten and disappeared
gleefully through Hill's front door.

Publication in The Daiy Off iial
Bllietin is ' '!1 -1 ' 1 C utie o l
members of tije University. Notic
for the Bulletin should be sent In
typewritten form to the office of the
A=sistant to the President., Room 1021
Artyeil Heil, by 3:1)0 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:X00 a m. Sat-
urdays,>}
Notiles

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

,I itidt I i t ki1l)ibrary books
If!ota n i Aror \I i1 1o1 permis-
siOal are liable to a lie of $1.O
BusiitssAdninitratin:Clas-
siL'io r all s uen 5 o X-
pet to he enrolled in ithe School
of Busine.s /AdmA is ration during
thit Spr' ng Senes: er wiill take
pla e durn the week of January
-10. ,ee bulletin board in Tap-

FRIT)A-" ,ECiE :R
VOL. LVIII, No.

19, 1947'l
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WORLD'S LARGEST CRANE LIFTS G30 TONS-A concrete, steel
and lead slab of approximately 630 tons is lifted into the air at
Hunter's Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco, as the world's
newest and most powerful crane undergoes lifting test. Shipyard
Commander Capt. Philip Lemler said it was the "heaviest lift
crane made by man."
KEYBOARD KIDS:
Two Five-Year-Old Pianists
Ready for First Appearance

ueneral Library Hours:
During the University vacation
the General Library will be open
8 a.m-6 p.m. daily, beginning Fri.,
Dec. 19, except on the following
days when it will be closed: All
Sundays, Dec. 25, 26, 27, and Jan.
1.
The Divisional Libraries will be
open on short schedules Dec. 20-
Jan. 3. The usual hours are 10-
12 a.m.; 2-4 p.m. Exceptions to
this schedule are:
Engineering and East Engineer-
ing 9-12 a.m., 2-5 p.m.
Physics 9-12 a.m.
Hospital 8-12 a.m.; 1-5 p.m.
Willow Run 1-6 p.m.
Detroit 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
(Closed Dec. 24 noon-Dec. 28;,
Jan. 1, 2, :3)
The Divisional Libraries will be
closed on the same days as the
General Library: Dec. 25, 26, 27,
and Jan. 1.
A University regulation requires
that all students leaving Ann Ar-
bor for extended vacations must
return library books before their
departure. The purpose of this
regulation is to insure the avail-
ability of books for scholars who
wish to use them while the Uni-
versity is not in session.
In accordance with this rule,
students planning to spend
Christmas vacation outside of
Ann Arbor must return library
books to the Charging Desk of the
General Library (or the proper
Division Library) before leaving
the city.
Special permission to charge
books for use outside Ann Arbor
may be given in case of urgent
need. Arrangements must be
made at the Charging Desk for
books from theCGeneral Library or
with Librarians in charge of Di-
visional Libraries.
PORTABLE I
TYPEWRITERS
IN STOCK

pan Hal oir inst ruct ions.
Student lDriv ig Regulations
will be suspended for the Christ-
ras vacation l)(riod, beginng at
noon, Fri.. DC(,. 19: endinr 8 am.,
on, an. .
New York Starti Veterans: At-
tention is c:lled to Vhe fact that
New York State World War I1
Veterans' Bonus Law will go into
effedt Jainury 1. 1948. Every vet-
erii who beliees 1w is eligible
should obtsin a full size photosta-
tic 'COP2Y of IIIoriginal discharge,
certificate of srie or othier .sep-
aration ocuments whiich show
period, lengtl and place of serv-
ice. Avteran must have been a
r-esident. of the State of New York
ix iuntis prior to entry into
serv ,, (d mut be a legal resi-
dent 01' the State at the time of
filhnj' application although at-
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YUM! YUM!
1/4 CHICKEN
Waffle Fried Potatoes
Hot Rolls Salad
$1.00
BOX LUNCH
SERVICE

Nodding her head toward an
imaginary audience, Sandra
Smiggen, four and a half years
old, climbed up on the piano stool
and began to play some Christ-
mas songs.
Sandra, and her musical churn
Sherril Wilcox, just turned five,
were practicing yesterday for ap-
pearances Sunday in their first*
recital, after only two and a half
months instruction.
Special Method
The two blond, curly-headed
youngsters have been trained by
a special method used by two Uni-
versity alumnae, Mrs. Edna Gom-
berg and Kay Engel.

Rhythm work, note reading and
writing and music appreciation'
are the basis for Mrs. Gomberg's
training of the very young chil-
dren. "We try to teach them the
'why and how' of music," she says.'
Weaving a story around each1
problem helps to adjust the chil-
dren to correct hand positions at
the piano, Miss Engel added. "It's
also important to get the child's
imagination at work."
Enjoy Music
That the children enjoy their
music is evident. Both spend a
great deal of time at the piano,
and are not shy at all about play-
ing.

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12 noon until 11 P.M. Sunday Masonic Temple Bu
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Phone 2-7171 BetweenLIBERT'Y & WIU
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BUFFALO, NEW YORK

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MICHIGAN
A
MERRY
CHRISTMAS
and
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
To AllI!
An Enchantment to Live
Forever in Your Memory!

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WISHING
ALL OF YOU
A.
MERRY CHRISTMAS
AND A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Continuous from 1 P.M.
Today and Saturday
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WANTED TO RENT
TWO MALE students need room near
campus for spring semester. Call 8278.
Ask for Bill. )102
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
ROSE BOWL BOUND December 26.
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.
2-59931. )18
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
DOCTOR AND WIFE driving to Los An-
geles in 1947 Chrysler, Christmas af-
ternoon. Will take couple. Reasonable
rate. Olive 8951 Del. )300
We print 'em all,
No job too large or small.
Programs - Tickets
Stationery - Announcements
ROACH PRINTING
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132,

FOR RENT
FURNISHED house over holidays. Rent'
free to responsible couple. Duties:
Feed dog and cat. 2S9931. )152
FOR RINT-Newry 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
BUSINESS SERVICES
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 prompt
service on your alterations. Tailoring,
dressmaking, formal restyling a spe-
cialty, Hildegarde Sewing Shop. 2-
4669. ) 30
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Man's plain gold diamond ring
in vicinity of State and Packard.
Reward. Call 6042, 704 Arbor. )10
REWARD-Lost, cocktail ring in vicin-
ity of Hillel or Delta Sigma Delta.
Joyce Edgar. Call 2-2521, Ext. 106. )51
LOST-In Wikels, K&E slide rule "H.
B. Tripp" on case. No. 351086. Call
Ypsi 1627-J collect. )17
LOST-A black Sheaffer fountain pen
with gold band Tuesday afternoon
between Physics building and Wikel's
Drug Store. Call 3-1511, ex 2106, ask
for Bob. Reward. )50
LOST-One pair brown pigskin fur-
lined men's gloves at 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
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

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

new.
Call
)56

PERSONAL
I WISH you all a very Merry Christmas
and an enjoyable holiday.
Norm Steere
FOR SALE
TUXEDO. Single breasteId, midnight
blue coat 39-40, regular. rrrousers 36
waist. Excellent shape. Price $25.00.
Phone 2-2366. 302
MUST SELL immediately house trailer
with 9%x74 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.
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Switzerland Today
Cartoon - News
Coming Sunday
"THE LONG NIGHT"

FOR XMAS: Spaulding, MacGregor, Ha-
gen and Wilson golf equipment. Call
2-2058. Johnny Malloy, Pro. )27
ALL COLORS, canaries and parakeets,
finches, bird supplies and cages. Mrs.
Ruffins, 562 S. Seventh. )108
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
RADIO Parts. Photographic Supplies.
Final store sell-out. Tubes, Con-
densers. Paper, Developer. Contact
Printer. Saturday. 33 E. Cross, Ypsi.
) 65
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
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

Remingtons Dancing 10-3 Semi-Formal
OFFICE EQUIPMENT 1 Tickets $5.00 at Denton, Cottier
SERVICE CO. and Daniels or at the door
111 South 4th Ave.
Fo0r HIM
ON YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST+
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ADAMNABS 4.9 - . } ationally Advertised SOX
Regular $1.00 - 79c, 59c, 49C
ZIPPER SUEDE JACKETS 3 Pr. $1.40
15.95
GABARDINE SLACKS
SKI PAJAMAS $2.99 $9.85- $10.95 - $16.95

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