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Battle Over Telephone Book
Consumes Time at Red Trial

Blood Donations
Best hours for donating blood at
University Hospital, according to
hospital authorities, are from 8
to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday, not as
stated in yesterday's Daily.

Adcording to Wym Price, chair-
man of the World Student Service
M
Fund blood drive, students have
contributed 28 pints of blood to
benefit WSSR This organization
for foreign student relief receives
$15 a pint for all blood donations.

BOSTON, Mass.-English is now
more popular for use in scientific
articles than any other langua!w,
l according to a survey of scicntific
periodicals.

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remember, wasn't sure what the
question meant, or replied with a
qualifying question of his own.
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GREY HAIRED and well built,
with the lines of his face con-
siderably sharper and firmer than
when he spoke in Ann Arbor a
year ago, Winter sat stiffly in the
witness chair, his chin resting on
his hands, and a stoney expres-
sion on his face.
When asked by McGoey how
lie could remember the exact
wording of a speech on Marx-
ism or conversation among
Communist Party officials from
several years back, but often
couldn't recall his own phone
number or address at the same
past period, he replied in an
emotion-packed voice:
"Ah, but those things are im-
portant, Mr. McGoey. Those are
the things I've devoted my life
to-not remembering telephone
t numbers."

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Adapt your present radio or phonograph to play the
records. Get a list of more than 1200 available

new (Lp) long playing
selections tomorrow.

.The
Marshall BAPR a
* 1. GOOD FOOD
" 2. EXCELLENT SERVICE
" . . 3. REASONABLE PRICE
Your visitors will enjoy a snack
at Marshall's - Newest, Most
Modern Eating Place in A. A.
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235 S. State State Theatre Next to Us

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Reeently released reeordings inelYade.:
CONCERTO No. 2 in C MINOR (Rachmaninoff )
Cyri Smith with Liverpool Philharmonic ............ ML 4176
FACADE (Walton-Sitwell)
Edith-Sitwell with Orchestra ..................... ML 2047
ROUMANIAN RHAPSODY; MEPHISTO WALTZ
New York Philharmonic---Rodzinski ............... ML 2057
SALOME: FINAL SCENE; EUGEN ONEGIN: LETTER SCENE
Ljuba Welitsch with Orchestra ..................ML 2048
SYMPHONY No. 6 (Vaughn Williams) L'ASCENSION (Messaien)
N. Y. Phi lharmonic-Stokowski .................. Ml_ 4214
QUARTETS: Op. 64 No. 5 "LARK"; Op. 76 No. 4 (Haydn)
Budapest String Quartet. ..................... ML 4216
LISTEN TO "SUNDAY CONCERT," Three Hours of Fine Music
WPAG-FM, 7-10 P.M. Music on Records Is a
Pleasure as Well as a Business at
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Gamma Pi chapter of Alpha Phi
Omega, national service fraternity,
will hold its first meeting of the
semester at 7 p.m. today.
All interested persons may at-
tend. To join the fraternity a stu-
dent must be a former Boy Scout
and show an interest in campus
and community service.
Alpha Phi Omega carried out
the following projects on this cam-
pus last year: policing student
elections, "keep - off -the - grass"
campaigns, hospital visitation of
students and fingerprinting for the
F.B.I.
Soph Cab Calls Tryouts
Tryouts for singing, dancing
and speaking parts in Soph Cab-!
aret will be held from 3 to 5 p.m.
today at the League.

Football Tickets
On Sale at Union-
Tickets to all home football
games will be sold from 10 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. on Saturdays at the
Union ticket exchange.
The Union requested that all
students desiring to resell any
non-student tickets should bring
them to the Student Offices from
3 to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday, and
up to noon on Saturday.
As in previous years, tickets will
be resold on the first come, first
serve basis.

"FORTUNATELY this situation
is changing and the solution of the
two primary problems of finances
and limited facilities will do much
toward improving it."
Turning to the report of the
President's Commission on Higher
Education, Dean Edmonson de-
clared that the proposals for the
establishment of federal scholar-
ships and tuition-free public edu-
cation through the fourteenth
year of schooling would aid in
bringing about an equalization of
opportunity.
World's Baby
NEWCASTLE - UPON - TYNE,
England-The Atlantic Ocean is
500,000,000 years old, according to
oceanographers.

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