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LONG ROAD HOME:
Ex-Student.To Return to 'U'
From UNRRA Duty in China
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
One former University student,
who decided to take the long road
home from the wars, is finally
coming back to the states and col-
Robert Lindquist left school
during the war to join the Ma-
Appeals from proud mamas and
p gps all over the University cam-
pus have forc~ed the Michiganen-
sian to extend eligibility to the
youngsters of all students in their
"Parents living in 'U' Terrace,
other developments and private
homes can enter children, from
two week to five years of age, in
the contest," Bob Knecht, 'Ensian.
contest- manager, said yesterday.
Photos and candid snap-shots
of University youngsters are pour-
ing into the 'Ensian offices. The
weekend deadline leaves only four
clays for parents to mail pictures
to the Michiganensian, Student
-Publications Building, Ann Ar-
Contbst judges are President
and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven,
Dr. Margaret Bell, of the Health
Service, Ann Gestie, '49, and Bill
Pritula, '48. Winners will be an-
nounced by the Judges Jan. 17, at
the. West Lodge Community Cent-
rines and, when peace came,
found himself in China with the
rank of second lieutenant. When
he was discharged in August, 1946,
in Shanghai, Lindquist decided to
stay in China to work with the
United Nations Relief and Re-
Worked With UNRRA
He was assigned to the UNRRA
Highway Transport, an agency
operating under the joint auspices
of UNRRA and the Chinese Min-
istry of Communications, to pro-
vide trucking facilities for the
distribution of part of two and a
half million long tons of relief
supplies shipped to China by
During the year Lindquist
worked in this relief program he
served as district manager in
Tientsin and later in Changsha.
After two years of operation the
UNRRA program in China has
been turned over to the Chinese
National Relief and Rehabilitation
Administration. So Lindquist is at
last returning home, along with
the remainder of the more than
1,000 experts and technicians in
China who were recruited by
UNRRA from 27 different coun-
Lindquist will go straight home
to Lansing after hitting the States,
but he hopes to return to the Uni-
versity next year with the aid of
the G.I. Bill of Rights.
Engineers Will Feature
Three Films at Meeting
The American Society of Me-
chanical Engineers will hold an
open meeting at 7:15 p.m. today
in the Union.
The program will feature three
films which outline the various
processes of manufacture used in
several of our leading industries.
SEARCH RUINSOF BOMBED JERUSALEM HOTEL-Rescue workers dig in the ruins of a section
of the Semiramis Hotel in Jerusalem for victims after it had been wrecked by 4% terrific blast.
Responsibility for the attack was taken by Rag ana, Jewish defense force which claimed hotel was
being used as headquarters for an armed Arab f orce.
A commendation by President
Truman for the good work he has
been doing in building Christmas
toys for crippled and blind chil-
dren is the latest feather in the
cap of Albert Warnhoff of Ann
Warnhoff, who is rapidly be-
coming Ann Arbor's most com-
mended citizen, has been playing
Santa Claus to invalided children
in the state for the past 39 years.
The commendation signed by
the President's personal secretary
also voiced the hope that his good
work might be continued for
many years to come.
In addition Warnhoff was con-
gratulated by Governor Sigler last
month after an article about the
work he had been doing appeared
in The Daily.
Student Composers Will ir
Original Works in Program
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- le
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1948 fa
VOL. LVIII, No. 78 tr
Assembly, School of Forestry al
and Conservation: 11 a.m., Thurs.. 1
Jan. 8, Rackham Amphitheatre. ha
All School of Forestry and Con- re
servation students not having co
non-forestry conflicts are expect-
ed to attend.
Business Administration: Clas- fr
sification for all students who ex- w
pect to be enrolled in the School S
of Business Administration during
the Spring Semester will take
place during the week of January
5-10. See bulletin board in Tap-
pan Hall for instructions.
Veterans: The Veterans Admin-
istration will conduct a subsist-
ence survey on °Fri.,. Jan. 9. All
veteranys who have not received
subsistence allowance due them
by that date are asked to report
to their training officer in Rm.
100A, Rackham Bldg.
Veterans: All Public Law 16
veterans who expect to graduate
at the close of the Current Fall,
Semester must contact, personally,
their respective Training Officers
in Rm. 100A, Rackham Bldg., at
the earliest possible date.
New York State Veterans who
are temporarily absent from the
state, but are otherwise eligible for
the New York State Bonus should
write for application blanks to
Mr. Leo V. Lanning, State Bonus
Bureau, 1875 Broadway, Albany,
Directed Teaching, Qualifying
Examination: All students expect-
ing to do directed teaching in the
)rinfg are required to p1 a qual-
ying exaninatioli in the subject
nwhlich ithlely expct to lteach.l
his exam in ion will be Ild on
it. ,1, Q . 10. :81,0 a.n.. 1Unix ersity
igh School Auditorium. The cx-
nination Wvili Cosu1 about,
our hours' tuile: lprOmllptfless is
herefore ess nti:d. Please briig
Food for the motorized unit of
he Friendship Train will be col-
clted Thiursday, Friday and Sat-
rday of this week. Boxes will be
laced in the Union, League, Lane
all and the bb':ry. cnned
nods of any kind, dried fruits and
eretables, slar, flour, canned
ats are especially solicited. Con-
ibutions may be male at the
bove locations through Saturday
fternoon. Saturday, Jan. 10, at
0:30, the Michigan Theatre will
ave a special showing of' sports
eels and cartoons, admission by
onl triution of food items.
Effective immediately the Grad-
tte School Office will be open
om 8-12 noon and 1-4 p.m.,
eekdays, and from 8-12 noon,
Women Studenits: Regular week-
end rules apply for those who go
onl thesnow trip sponsored by the
MichiganVUninthe weekend of
Buok lchange: Persons wish-
ing to clear their accounts with
the Book Exc hanwge may do so to-
day. Jan. 8, 3-5 p.m., Rm. 308.
Micll igall Union.
('onflicts of Final Examinations,
College of Engineering: All con-
flicts must be reported, as an-
nounced on the examination
schedule, prior to 12 noon, Satur-
day, Jan. 10. For instructiens in
reporting conflicts, see the bulle-
tin board adjacent to Rm. 3036,
E. Engineering Bldg.
Students Planning to do Direct-
ed Teaching: Students expecting
to do directed teaching for the
secondary-school certificate in the
spring term., are requested to se-
cue assinments in Rm. 2442,
University. Elementary Seho61,
Thurs., Jan. 15, according to the
Social Studies, 9:30-10:30.
(Continued on Page 3)
REEDS - STRINGS
We carry VAN DORN ID8
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132
Compositions by eight music
school students of Homer Keller
will make up the concert' fare of
the musical program to be pre-
sented at 8:30 p.m. today in the
Rackham Assembly Hall.
The program will open with An-
dante for Flute, by J. Bertram
Strickland. Following this a piano
arrangement of the Twenty-Third
Psalm and a Suite of Latin
Dances, Village Dance, Habanera,
and Finale, by Dean Nuernberger
will be presented.
A string quartet will play
George Moore's Adagio for String
Quartet, and Edward Chudacoff's
String Quartet in one movement.
A Scene for Oboe and Quintet for
Winds, by Warren Benson and
Suite for Clarinet and Piano by
Keith Lusted will be performed.
A sonata by William Taylor and
Woodwind Septette, by Wilfred
Roberts complete the offering.
Woodwind Septette and Quin-
tet for Winds will be presented by
an ensemble composed of Ham-
barson Bogosian playing the flute;
Bernard W. Poland on the oboe;
John Crawford, clarinetist, Rob-
ert Sohn, bass clarinet; William
Weichlein, bassoon; Harriet Falls,
English horn; and Charles Yan-
The concert of original com-
positions will be open to the pub-
Coeds Will Debate
Michigan's women's varsity de-
bate team will engage in its first
Big Nine debate since before the
war when it meets Purdue today
11 A.M.-1;30 P.M. 5-7 P.M.
Known for Good Food"
336 Maynard Street
, _ - -
ART CINEMA LEAGUE and IRA
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(Short on Racial Discrimination)
also "Boundary Lines"
Friday, Saturday, 8:30 P.M.
Tickets at University Hall 10-12, 1-4
Admission 50 cents
DOUBLE ROOM. newly decorated,
available immediately. Suite avail-
able February 1st. Phone' 2-7809. Male
ROOM - Available. Male student
ferred. Call in person, after 5
at 514 Fountain St.
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERWICE 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-
LOST AND FOUND
LOST TUESDAY afternoon blue print-
ed silk bandana near library or Ro-
mance Language. Please call 2-8266,
ask for Barbara. )30
LOST before vacation gold-top Shaef-
fer pen. Brown barrel engraved with
name. Ph. 2-8266. )31
LOST small brown purse on E. Uni-
versity Jan. 5 containing glasses and
identification which are needed des-
perately. Call 2-0808. )8
LOST': Woman's black purse contain-
ing sum of money and driver's li-
cense for Hazel T. Morse. Somewhere
on State or Packard. Reward. Call
Jerry Morse, 2-2591. )5
LOST-Black knitting bag (multicolor
trim) containing one sock. Please re-
turn to Rackham Building Check
Desk. Ph. 2-6300. )20
EFFICIENT tutoring. For list of sub-
jects, call 7759. 1-5 p.m. )28
NATIONAL CONCERN needs man to
train as crew manager to handle
small sales force in Ann Arbor. Draw-
ing account, commission and over-
write. Prefer college man. Call Mr.
Jadwin 12-2 p.m. Thursday for ap-
pointment. Phone 2-7412.
TWO NEAT young gents desire room
for second semester. Contact Daily
Box 46. )16
WANTED-.University student desires
baby sitter, 15 years or older and
will escort home. 1414 Enfield Ct.
Willow Village. )13
DESIRE BLUE OX 140 ft. high for
publicity purposes. Contact Foresters'
AN APARTMENT or suite of rooms for
3 or 4 men students. Willing to pay
well and make incidental repairs. Ca!
Glenn Carpenter, 2317-2, around 6.
GRADUATE STUDENT, wife and child
desperately need furnished apt. in
or near Ann Arbor. Write Box 47. )9
FOR SALE-Wood Conn clarinet. Good
condition. Reasonable price. Call
Mosher 549. )27
MAN'S BROWN herringbone tweed
overcoat, size 38 long. Call Richard,
4401, around six, evenings. )26
SET OF TAILS. Size 37. Good condi-
tion. $30. Original price $55. Call 4183.
FOR SALE-Tux coat, size 37. Excel-
lent condition. Reasonable. Phone
DETROLA table-model radio-victrola.
record changer, good condition. Reas-
onable. Call Gilbert Mombach 4315 or
3 FORMALS and velvet cape size 12-14.
Record changer. Call5227, after 4:30.
1940 FORD COUPE-Radio, heater.
Good tires $825 cash. Hugh Miller, 110
Tyler, East Quad. )7
2 MAIN FLOOR tickets to each of next
three Choral Union concerts. Also
beautiful small antique rug to be
used on piano bench or table. Bar-
gain. Phone 2-5152. )14
TAME YOUNG parakeets in a large
assortment of beautiful colors. $6. 562
So. 7th. Ph. 5330. )108
MIDNIGHT BLUE TUX. Size 44 reg-
ular. Worn twice. Also stiff front
shirt, size 161%2-34. $40 takes both.
Call Peter Critis. 403 Williams House
after 7:30. )17
FOR SALE: Black fitted coat; genuine
mink collar, size 14, worn 6 times.
Phone 5658 after 5 P.M. )4
FOR SALE: 1941 Chevrolet special de-
lux town sedan. Green, heater, de-
froster. Excellent condition through-
out. 1408 Enfield Ct., Willow Run.
Evenings or write. )3
FOR SALE: Tuxedo, size 37, double-
breasted with vest, practically new.
$25.00. 1636 Tully Court, Willow Run
FOR SALE: 1938 Pontiac "8". Good
condition. Call 25-9456 after 4 p.m.
4 SHOWS DAILY
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Breakfast .... froin 7 A.M.
Lunch .... 11 A.M.-2 P.M.
Dinner...... 5 P.M.-7:30
Mosonic Temple -Building
327 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
Between LIBERTY & WILLIAMS
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ENSIAN GOES TO PRESSSON
Final campus sale is being held
Monday and Tuesday
Thursday, January 15 - last day of $5 sales
Thursday midnight - the price goes up to $6
BUY NOW and SAVE!
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photographers covered the great Michigan victory from the
parade to the game -and through Hollywood.
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