FRIDAY, OCTFOBER, 3, 1930
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TO BE G IVEN fREE[
Increased Commutation Provides
for Complete Refund of
MEN TO KEEP REGALIA !
Commutation for R. O. T. C. uni-I
forms has been increased, Major<
Basil D. Edwards, of the militaryc
science departmept, reported yes-
terday. This arrangement will en-
able all basic and advanced stu-
dents in the corps to obtain their
complete uniforms without any cost
to themselves. The deposit of $12.50
which the student makes before be-
ginning the basic or advanced
course will be entirely refunded at
the end of two years. The student
will also be allowed to keep the uni-
form which has been issued to him.
Those in the advanced course willr
receive puttees, breeches, blouse,
Sam Brown belt, and garrison cap,
all of which are patterned after the'
regular army officers uniform. This
year all advanced students will wear
puttees; juniors will wear the Sam
Brown belt without the strap, sen-
iors the entire Sam Brown belt.
Freshmen and sophomores will wear
the long trousers as in the past.
The brown shoes which are being
issued to all members this year will,
have rubber soles and heels for use
in Waterman gymnasium. Measure-I
ments for uniforms and shoes will
be taken next Monday and Tuesday.
Will Present Michigan Night'
Over National hook-up.
Plans for a Michigan night over
the national radio hook-up sys-
tems have been announced for Oe-
tober 20. Material for the program
was sent to headquarters of the ra-
dio company recently and although
no complete selection of numbers
has been made, as yet, the "Victors"
and "Varsity" will definitely be in-
cluded on the program. Music, talks,
and general information concern-
ing the University will conclude
the evening's broadcast.
The time of broadcasting the
event has not been settled although
it is thought that the program will
begin at 8 o'clock eastern standard
time. Announcements of the entire
program will be issued within a
Greeley to Address
Announcement was made yester-
day by Dr. Carl Hubbs, Curator of
Fishes of the University Museum of
Zoology, that the first fish and
fisheries proseminar of the semester
will be held at 7:30 tonight in room
1037, University Museums building.
Anyone interested is invited to
attend the meeting which will be
addressed by Dr. John R. Greeley.
He will discuss the history, methods
and aims of the New York Biologi-
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