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SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1942

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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League Dance
To Be Tonight
Everybody on campus, accompan-
ied or not accompanied by a date, is
invited to the League tonight for
the regular Saturday evening dance
to be held in the ballroom from 9
p.m. to midnight.
Gordon Hardy's band, led by the
baton of Doc Sprachlin, will play,
featuring the new Harmony Quartet
in the vocal3numbers. High point of
the evening for lovers of swing will
be the jamming of the Dixieland
"band within a band," which consists
of six of the orchestra members giv-
ing out with their own style of hot
music.
The League's hostesses for the eve-
ning will be identifiable by their
crepe-paper hairbows.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN'
(Continued from Page 2)
tin Reynolds, "The Hour Before
the lawn" Somerset Maugham,
"Love, Life and Laughter" Wilfred
Funk.
Memnorial Christian- Church (Dis-
ciples) 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship,
Rev. Frederick Cowin, Minister. 6:30
p.m. Disciples Guild Sunday Evening
Hour - Miss Florence McCracken,
Dlrector of the choir, will lead a pro-
gram of hymns and hymn interpre-
tation. The meeting will be held in
the Guild room at the church. A
social hour and t( a will follow.
Zion Lutheran Church services will
be held at 10:30 a.m., Sunday, July
19, with Rev. Stellhorn speaking on
"Be Joyful Sufferers." The text is
taken from Acts 16: 22-33.
Trinity Lutheran Church services
will be held at 10:30, Rev. H. Q.
Yoder speaking on "Christianity
* That Works.'"
The Lutheran Student Association.
will meet, at the Zion Parish Hall
t this Sunday at 5:30 for a dinner and
meeting afterwards.
BROOKLYN
IT'S SHANGRi-LA-...
with a "Greenpernt" accent!
Fi~i~in

Stray Gunfire
Writes Finish
For RAF Ace
By The Associated Press
LONDON, July 17.-Bidding his
comrades farewell with a calm "this
is it, chaps," Irish Paddy Finucane,
RAF ace who had 33 German planes
to his credit, plunged to his death in
the English Channel last Tuesday in
the wreckage of his crippled Spitfire,
the Air Ministry announced tonight.
A veteran of more than 50 cross-
channel raids and te youngest wing
commander 'in the RAF, Finucane,
21, was leading his squadron during
the largest mass air assault yet upon
occupied France when a "million to
one chance" shot from a German
machine-gun post hit the radiator
of his plane.
Unable to gain height, Finucane
attempted to set his wounded Spit-
fire down in the sea but it sank im-
mediately, dragging him down. Be-
fore the crash he called out his fare-
well message over his inter-plane
radio.
Pilot Officer F. A. Aikman, 23-
year-old No. 2 leader of the wing and
a native of Toronto, went on and
avenged the Irish ace by smashing
the German machine-gun post.
~ Finucane-his given name was
Brendan but everybody called him
Paddy-was shot up badly only once
in his spectacular career before the
Germans got him.
Last October he spent hio 21st
birthday in the hospital-but the
Nazis didn't send him there. Paddy
broke a bone in his foot one night
while celebrating destruction of two
German fighters the ciay before.
Story Of 'AlilBaba'
Broaqcast Today
"Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves,"
an adaptation from the Arabian
Nights, will be the University broad-
cast from Morris Hall from 9 to 9:3
a.m. today. The program will be
carried by station WJR in Detroit.
This is the first of four programs
taken from the Arabian Nights which
will be radiocast on the Saturday
Children's Programs.
Mr. Donald E. Hargis, instructor
of radio at Morris Hall, will direct
the show which is to be announced
by Marvin Levey. The part of Ali
Baba is to be acted by John Vaughan,
and Lilian Moeller will portray his
wife. Tom Battin will act the part
of the black-hearted captain and
Wallace Rosenbaum plays Cassim.
Doris Hess is the reader.
CLASSIFIED
DIRECTORY
LAUNDERING
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Careful work at low price. 2c
HELP WANTED
IS THERE any mother who would
like to increase the family income
by caring for two small children
at her home during week-days?
If so please call 2-3998 after 7:30
p.m. 9
FQR RENT
DOUBLE ROOM with adjoining
lavatory. Also single room. Ideal
location for teachers, students or
campus secretaries. Garage avail-
able. 422 E. Washington. 19c
MAN or WOMAN to work in cafe-
teria 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. and
1215 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Also man

to cto janitor work in kitchen, 5:30
p.m. to 12:00 midnight. Apply
Personnel Office, University Hos-
pital. 20c
MISCELLANEOUS
TEACHER of shorthand or type-
writing or bookkeeping to ex-
change services for -instruction in
bookkeeping, dictation, typewrit-
ing, dictaphone or calculator.
Hamilton Business College, Wil-
liam at State. Phone 7831 -or 4627.
14c

Five Lessoiis - Vow To Look Like Charles Adas

State Crime Laboratory Director
Deseribes Aetion Of Explosives

Eighteen hundred University summer students are reaching a new,
all-tine high in physical conditipning, and the five pictures above show
part of the"reason why.
As illustrated the boys are having tugs of war, are shadow boxing,
are huffing and puffing their way over obstacles. As illustrated, they're
learning to swim and participate in various body contact games.
But they are doing a' lot of other things too. They are learning
how it feels to do calisthenics under the same hot sun that burns down
slightly tipsy gentlemen, but how to handle the most skillful enemy in
on Southern Army camps. They are learning how to deal not alone with
all-out combat.
Those 1800 boys started out a little charily, doubting this and
doubting that. But now they know they are getting valuable training,
raining that will make them better soldiers, sailors and marines; and
they are taking it with good grace.
Many could not swim, many more can do it now. Many who had
never scrambled over the back fence can do it now with a minimum of
ease with a few weeks of PEM 31 behind them.
Many can now run as if they were after a Jap whereas before their
wind came in short, exhausted puffs that meant one more Jap would
get away.

HORSES
Ride at
golfside Stables
PRIVATE and
CLASS INSTRUCTION
Free Transportation
WOODED BRIDLE PATH
Calf 2-344
OUT GEDDES AVENUE

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DELIVERY
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