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SANTA'LL BE THERE:
Patients at 'U' Hospital
To Have a Merry Xmas

By FRAN IVICK
More than 1,000 patients in
University Hospital won't be home
for Christmas.
But patients, staff members and
M5lany people throughout Michigan
Coed Released
On $500_Bail
A 19-year-old University coed
has been released on bail in St.
Thomas, Ont., after being charged
with dangerous driving in an ac-
cident fatal to two companions
Sunday.
The Associated Press reported
that the woman, Ruth Joan Faw-
cett of Buffalo, N.Y., was released
on $500 bail after appearing in the
county court.
She was accused of driving a
car which crashed into a tree
near here, fatally2injuring Bar-
bara Silverthorn, 20, of Menomi-
lee, a Universitystudent, and
Edward Jack Fedor, 20, Home-
stead Park, Pa.
Miss Fawcett and another Uni-
versity student involved in the
crash have been released from the
hospital.

are doing their best to give the
hospital a real holiday.
* * *
UNDER THE guiding hand of
the Social Service department, the
hospital has been transformed by
Christmas trees and bright orna-
ments, with busy patients mak-
ing cards, decorations and pres-
ents for families and friends who
will be home for Christmas.
With a mass party in pros-
pect and a live Santa Claus
dropping presents at their bed-
sides on Christmas day, even
the children are looking forward
to holidays in the hospital.
The yuletide spirit has domi-
nated the wards for the past few
weeks, ever since the first ever-
greens appeared.
TEACHERS in the hospital
school are < reading Christmas
stories and teaching carols to
their young pupils, who have con-
structed a life-size stuffed Santa
for their playroom.
The actual festivities don't be-
gin until the traditional party.
All patients able to attend will
assemble for a carol sing, fol-
lowed by a short movie and re-
freshments - fruit juice and
cookies baked by women of
Ann Arbor, an annual custom.
At the end of the party, each
patient will choose three Christ-
mas presents for his friends from
a "Giveaway Table," which holds
articles donated to the hospital
and repaired or remodeled by the
patients prior to the party.
ON CHRISTMAS DAY, Santa
will come around to all the wards,
with individual presents for each
patient, ranging from dolls to
magazine subscriptions.
He'll have a large "stocking" for
each of the children, which will
hold games.

Yule Cards
Flood City
PostOffices
Each year Christmas becomes
less work for Santa and more for
local post office workers, as they
work amid bright lights, tons of
paper, green eyeshades, and head-
aches.
This year the storm of greetings
and gifts will reach its peak about
tomorrow Postmaster Oswald
Koch predicted.
* * *
"MAIL IS ABOUT 51 per cent
greater than it was last year at
this time;" he said, "And our staff,
aided by more than 60 University
students, is working around the
clock to fight off the barrage."
Many children mail letters to
Santa Claus. These are taken to
persons here in town who, if the
letters are sent by crippled or
otherwise unfortunate children,
answer them and do their best to
fill the enclosed "requests, accord-
ing to Koch.
Foreign Students
Quarters Hunted
Special efforts are being made
to find places in private homes
for foreign students who will
spend the Christmas vacation on
campus, Mrs. Christine Chambers,
foreign students' religious coun-
selor announced.
Anyone who would like to invite
a foreign student home with him
for Christmas may contact Mrs.
Chambers at Lane Hall.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

ADOLPH HITLER
Noted German
' Writer and Lecturer

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
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. Satur-
days.)
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1948
VOL. LIX, No. 73
Notices
School of Business Administra-
tion: Faculty meeting Thurs., Dec.
16, 3:30 p.m., Room 146 B.A.
Automobile Regulations, Christ-
mas Holiday: The regulation will
be lifted for all students from noon
Fri., Dec. 17 until 8 a.m., Jan. 3.
Library Books:
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 Christ-
mas vacation outside Ann.Arbor
must return Library books to the
Charging Desk of the General Li-
brary (or the proper Divisional
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 the General Library or with
Librarians in charge of Divisional
Libraries.
Students taking Library books
from Ann Arbor without permis-
sion are liable to a fine of $1.00.
University of Michigan General
Library
During the University vacation,
Dec. 18-Dec. 31, the General Li-
brary will be open 8 a.m. to 6
p.m., with the exception of Fri.,;
Dec. 24 and Dec. 31, when it will
close at 5 p.m. It will be closed all
day Christmas and New Year's
Day and there will be no Sunday
service.
The Divisional Libraries will be
open on short schedules Dec. 18-
Dec. 31. They will be closed on
Christmas and New Year's Day.
The usual hours are 10-12 and 2-4.
Exceptions are as follows:
Architecture Library, Open 10-
12 and 2-4, Monday through
Thursday. Closed Friday, Dec. 24
and Dec. 31.
Astronomy Library, Closed Dec.
18-31.
Chemistry Library, Open 10-12
and 2-4, Monday through Thurs-
day. Closed Dec. 24 and 27.
Dentistry Library, Open daily
9-12 and 2-4:30. Closed afternoon
of Dec. 24.
East Engineering Library and
Engineering Library, Open 9-12
and 2-5, Monday through Thurs-
day; 9-12, Friday, Dec. 24 and 31.
Forestry Library, Open 9-10,
Monday through Friday.

Hospital Library, Open 8-12, 1-5,
Monday through Friday.
Physics Library, Open 10-12,
Monday through Friday.
Transportation Library, Open
8-12, 1-5, Monday through Fri-
day.
Vocational Guidance, Closed
Dec. 18-31.
Willow Run Study Hall, Open
1-6:30, Monday through Thurs-
day; 1-5:30, Friday.
Detroit, Rackham Building Li-
brary, Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Closed
at noon, Dec. 24 and 31.
Veterans who do not plan to re-
enroll under Public Law 346 for
the second semester, 1948-49, will
receive subsistence and have their
eligibility time deducted through
the month of February, 1949.
(Continued on Page 4)
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STORM COATS
100% Alpaca Pile Lining
Dupont Zelan waterproof
Sizes 10-18 $39.95
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
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Any Make Any Model
PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS
Small down payment will deliver
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. Univ. 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-1213
)1S
CHRISTMAS ECONOMY
A select group of regular
VAN BOVEN SHIRTS
Especially chosen for the
Christmas Season. $3.85 )4S
BEAUTIFUL HOME-RAISED conaries,
parakeets and finches. Bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruffins. 562 S. 7th.
)2S
$2 SWEATER SALE
Pullovers-Sizes 34-40
Choice of Colors
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
)175
Giftable Sheer or Service Weight
HOSIERY
Holeproof, Phoenix and Townwear in
proportioned lengths. Prices $1.35 to
$2.50
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
MAX FACTOR & REVLON
COSMETICS
These and other Women's furnishings
W I KEL DRUG CO.
1101 South University )S
FOR YOUNG BROTHER OR SISTER
visit SLATER'S children's
BOOK DEPARTMENT
Slater's Bookstore
) 75
SOFT 'N STURDY
MERCERIZED COTTON ANKLETS
59c pr. WHITE 3 pr. $1.49
Your Favorite Heavy Ribbed
Turned Down Cuff
RANDALL'S
306 South State Street )35
"RONSON LIGHTERS RONSON"
We are sure that weG an furnish
'J.'lat RON80N LIGHTER of
your personal choice
(JALK IN S-FIE'CHER DRUG CO
)195
FINER QUALITY DIAMONDS-RINGS
Celebrated Orange Blossom Rings
yellow gold - platinum - white gold
E IBLER'S
308 South State Street )135
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
Balance of our winter coats
20% Off
COONS BOOK STORE
A magazine subscription makes
an easy and ideal
CHRISTMAS GIFT
)8S
MAKE HER CHRISTMAS COZY
with a Rayon Quilted or
Wool Flannel Robe from the
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Building )15S
For Christmas, Kayser Hosiery
Steals the Show!
$1.50-$1.95-Exciting New Colors-9-11
THE VAN BUREN SHOP
8 Nickels Arcade. 2-2914 )12S

WANTED TO RENT
NEED APT. in order to get married be-
tween semesters. Ph. John C. Craw-
ford, Lawyers Club, 4145. )4J
TRANSPORTATION
LET US foot the bill for your trip to
Grand Rapids or points north on
U.S. 131 Friday, Dec. 17th. 3 per-
sons. Phone 2-9837 ) 17T
GOING TO DENVER or vicinity? Rid-
ers wanted. Can take 2 or 3. Leav-
ing Friday. Call 4145 Ext. 24 )18
RIDERS wanted, leaving for Pensacola,
Fla. Friday at 2. Phone 2-1101 after
5. )19T
RIDERS WANTED: To Florida. Leav-
ing Saturday. Call Miss Barlow, 9413.
)20T
LEAVING for Ironwood Friday. Call
Ypsi 2177R. )16T
STUDENT and wife wish ride Cleve-
land, on or about Mon., Dec. 20.
Phone 2-6111. )15T
DIXIE BOUND??
Couple desires ride to Atlanta, Georgia
for Xmas. Share expenses and driv-
ing. Phone 2-9523. David Sheddon.
)13T
WANTED-Ride to Billings, Mont., X-
mas holidays. Usual sharing. Call
2-7438. )12T
STUDENT couple want ride to Rich-
mond or Washington. Will share
driving and expenses. D. Park, 1357
Sudbury, Willow Run. )11T
AKRON, OHIO-5 passengers wanted.
Leaving Fri., 10 a.m. or later. 2-2035.
)9T
RIDERS WANTED to share expenses to
Miami, Fla., one-way. Call A. K.
Lahti, 2-1948 or 2-4229. )8T
FOR SALE
XMAS GIFTS-New, large, red fox
pocketbook muff. Also pieces of fur
for coat collars. Two fine oriental
rugs approximately 3 ft.x6 ft. Bar-
gains. L. N. Gram. 1910 Baldwin. )41
TUXEDO -- Good condition. Size 34.
Reasonable. Phone 2-3282. )38
'47 KAISER-Heater, seat covers, ex-
cellent tires, orig. owner. 2-1764. )40
SKIS-New, 7% ft., maple, Northland
touring skis. Call 2-1413. )37
LUSCIOUS red velvet evening cape,
satin lined. Twenty dollars. Call M.
Gyr, 2-2607 after six. )29
TUX, SIZE 41 - TAILS, size 40. Both
good condition, reasonably priced. Call
Max Brown, 2-4120 in eve. )36
TUX suit, excellent, size 39 reg. $35
Foresters Cruiser Coat, 16 oz. elastic
new, size 39, $20. Sun-Kraft Ultra
Violet Ray Therapy Lamp, new, $40.
520 N. State, Phone 5043. )35

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FOR RENT

WEEK-END GUESTS? Rooms available
in private homes. Call student Rm.
Bureau, 2-8827, 6:30-8:30 p.m. )2R
SECOND FLOOR for rent to 4 well-
mannered male students. Two clean,
cheerful bedrooms, nice furniture
(some new), very soft beds. Separ-
ate entrance. Five blocks from cam-
pus. $25 month each. Non-smokers
preferred. Garage available. Chris-
tian home, student landlord. After
5:30 or weekend-540 N. State St.
) 12R
SINGLE; male; student preferred. Close
to campus. Ph. Robbins, 5750 eve.
after 7. )4R
DOUBLE room for men available im-
mediately. Just four short blocks to
campus. Newly furnished and excel-
lent bathroom facilities. Reasonably
priced. Inquire 1319 Hill St. )11R
LOST AND FOUND
WHO GOT my field jacket at George's
Tues. noon. I've got yours but it
doesn't fit. Lloyd Wood. 8494. )14L
LOST-URGENT-REWARD
BILLFOLD-Wallet in State Street
branch of Ann Arobr Bank or be-
tween there and Law Club. Call
Ernest S. Ballard, Jr. at the Law
Club. Reward! )15L
LOST - Brown wallet containing
money and identification State St.
shopping district. Reward. Jean Mar-
quiss. Univ. Hosp. 2-2521. )16L
LOST-Gray covert Topcoat. L. Bam-
berger, Newark, N.J. label. Call 2-4401
217 Adams Hse. Reward. )13L
LOST (on) WEEKEND-Black lace bo-
lero jacket shed somewhere during
evening. Call 2-3203. )12L
BUSINESS SERVICES
"NEARLY NEW" QUALITY CLOTHING
Coats, $9-$25 Suits, $7-$25
Dresses, $2-10 Skirts, $1-$8
Also other miscellaneous apparel
Hildegarde Shoppe 109 E. Washington
)1B
MOTION PICTURE PHOTOGRAPHY
"A great asset to any organization"
1507 White K. Ph. 8975 )6B
DRESSMAKING - ALTERATIONS
Formals a Specialty - Prices Reasonable
205 East Ann 2-2020
)2B
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home.2Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Ph. 2-9020. )3B
BOUGHT AND SOLD - Men's used
clothing by Ben the Tailor at Sam's
Store, 122 E. Washington. )5B
TWO DESPERATE NEW YORKERS
Willing to pay OVER usual expense
for round trip home Xmas. Leaving
after Wed., 3 P.M. Phone Ed. 209
Winchell, W.Q. 2-4401. )6P
USED CARS
SAVE train fare. 1936 Plymouth Sedan.
Good mechanical condition. Bright
finish. Heater. Must be seen to be
appreciated. Hank Klauke, 1221 So.
Univ. )8U
41 CHEV. 4-DOOR. Winterized-Good
motor and tires. Body needs work.
A bargain. 1467 U. 'terrace or call
2-8543. )9U
PHIL HANSON USED CARS
1946 FORD COUPE--Shoe black radio
and heater, 4 brand new tires that
Phil Hanson personally paid for. 2
straight pipes. Straight beam spot-
light. Rides and drives straight.
Straight V-8 engine. Straight back
seat. This car will do 100 MPH in
second gear. A real performer for
someone with lots of insurance.
Premium $1195.
PHIL HANSON USED CARS )2U
3060 Washtenaw Ave. Phone 2-7833
MERCURY Convertible, 1941 - Good

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ELECTRIC Hot-Plate Stove, 2 burner,
3 heats each. Like new. $12. Ph.
2-7133. )34
DIAMOND Ring, quarter-carat, white
gold, platinum insets, $150. Cost $190.
Phone 2-7861 after 4:00 p.m. )32
CHRISTMAS TREES-Scotch Pine and
Spruce. All sizes. Ideal trees for
sorority and fraternity houses.
Yarmain Market
1612 Jackson Ave.
)31
WHIZZER Motor-Bike. Excellent con-
dition. New last summer; very little
use. The motor is mounted on
heavy duty Schwinn frame. Inquire
712 E. Washington, Apt. 4 noon or
4 p.m. to 7 p.m. )39
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
Balance of our winter coats
20% OFF
)27
ONE TUX suit, new, size 39. $35.00 303

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PENS - DESK SETS
Wallets -- Briefcases
All Leading Makes
O. D. MORRILL'S
314 South State Street

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Gilbert's -Whitman's - Schrafft's
Alexander's Drug
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727 North University )10S
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