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Record Crowd Invades Loan
Print Library for Pictures
Students are grabbing off paintings and prints like the proverbial
hotcakes.
"Easily half" of the 720 prints now on exhibit in the West Gallery
of Alumni Memorial Hall have been loaned out.
Mrs. Eloise Wilkinson, who is in charge of renting out the
framed prints, said that about 100 students were waiting in line
yesterday morning when the galleries opened. This was a record
first day crowd, she said.
BY CLOSING TIME yesterday students had signed up for about
400. Among the most popular artists were Utrillo and Winslow Homer.
The prints will be on exhibit till 3 p.m. Thursday. Many
choice ones are still available, Mrs. Wilkinson said.
Students may pick out a picture for their rooms from 9 to 5 p.m.
today and tomorrow. Rental fee for the semester is $.50. Each student
may select one and a cashier's receipt to prove University status
is necessary.
AFTER PRINTS have been selected, they may be picked up
beginning next Monday at Rm. 20S University Hall.
Loaned out for the first time last year, the prints have proved
a popular way to decorate campus rooms. The collection which,
started when a Detroit store provided 400 prints, has been growing
ever since.
Interested faculty members, students, alumni, townspeople pur-
chased others. The Office of Student Affairs donated 40 prints to
the collection.
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Personnel Cut
Reduces VA
Help to Vets
Service Bureau
Takes Over Duty
The great majority of student
veterans enrolled under Public
Law 346 will no longer be able to
take their troubles to the local
Veterans Administration Office.
Because of a recent personnel
reduction, the local VA can now
handle only the cases of those vet-
erans enrolled under P.L. 16 in ad-
dition to conducting the regular
subsistance surveys.
Student veterans desiring in-
formation about their benefits
under the G.I. Bill are requested
to direct their questions to the
Veterans Service Bureau in Rm.
1514 of the Rackham Bldg., or to
their regional VA office.
* * *
PARTICULAR attention has
been called to the following An-
nouncements by the VA:
1. The first subsistence checks
for the Fall semester will not ar-
rive until the early part of No-
vember.
Veterans may seek the assist-
ance of the Veterans Service
Bureau if their checks have not
arrived by Dec. 10.
2. Under P.L. 877, veterans with
60% disability or greater are en-
titled to an increase in compensa-
tion depending upon the extent of
their disability and the number
of dependents. The increase in
compensation will be given only to
those not receiving subsistence at
the present time. Veterans who
believe that they qualify are
urged to contact the VA at once.
3. Trainees under P.L. 16 are re-
quired to see training specialists
every 30 days unless a longer in-
terval has been authorized.

LECTURES IN THE LIBRARY:
College Teaching Talks To Be Started

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You will find a welcome at the
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Dean James B. Edmonson of
the education school will inaugu-
rate a new series oftlectures for
prospective college teachers at 71
p.m. today in Rm. 110, Library.
lie will speak on "The Presi-
dential Commissions Report on
Higher Education."
Given by top administrative of-
ficers on campus, the lectures are
headed by Dean Hayward Kenis-
ton of the literary college.
* * *
THEY PRESENT "trendst, prob-

lems and practices in higher ed-
ucation likely to be of most in-
terest to prospective college teach-
ers," he explained.
The course of lectures carries
two hours of graduate credit if
a terma report is submitted.
There are no prerequisites.
The second lecture, on "The
Rise of the Liberal Arts College in
America," will be given by Dean
Keniston.
OTHERS scheduled to speak at

the Tuesday evening meetings are:
PresidentAlexander G. Ruthven,
Dean Ralph A. Sawyer of the
Graduate School; Associate Dean
Lloyd S. Woodburne and Assistant
Dean Charles [1. Peale of the fit=
erary college.
The course is designed for
graduate students, but anyone
interested in problems of higher
education may audit it, Dean
Keniston said.

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is Preached."
Sunday-10:00 A.M. University Bible Class
11:00 A.M. Morning Worship
6:30 P.M. Guild Supper
7:30 P.M. Evening Service

Believe Jet Bomber Explosion Fatal to Crew

TULARE, Calif.-(,P)-A four-
jet Air Force bomber from Muroc
experimental air base exploded
with terrific force today and
crashed into farmland near Al-
paugh.
All aboard were believed to have
perished.
Army officials said the plane, a
B-45, normally carries a combat
crew of six or seven members. Two
bodies were recovered from the
wreckage which was strewn over a
four mile square area.
* * *
THE PLANE compares in size
with the B-17, the wartime "fly-
ing fortress." The plane was fly-
ing at 8,000 to 10,000 feet altitude
crashed with a roar heard ten
miles away.
* * *
L. L. Ellis, Alpaugh Telephone
Company manager who viewed
the wreckage, said "no one
could have survived."
William McAfee, a former army
pilot who was at an airfield ten
miles away, said he heard the
plane explode.
* * *
McAFEE SAID he noticed the
plane going over because of its
peculiar motor sound. He watched

it for several minutes and saw it
trailing grey smoke. The smoke
then got heavier and McAfee lost
the fast-moving plane in the sun.
As he turned away, he heard
a "terrific explosion and saw
huge white clouds." Then he
watched the plane apparently
disintegrate and seconds later
heard a second explosion.
The plane, built by North

American Aviation and the air
force's first all jet bomber, has a
top speed rating over 485 miles an
hour. The B-45 is 74 feet long
with 89-foot wing span and stands
25 feet from ground to tail top.
Air force officials at March Air
Base said the- plane was on a
training flight from Muroc. Muroc
sources said only that "such a
plane is overdue from this base:"

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