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ITII E MICA ' CAA DAITY

SATURDAY. MAhCH" g. 1941

'THE MICHcAN bATT gAT~knY. MI~E~l i,_,1

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Lieut. Bergren
WillInterview
Students Today
Recruiting Division Officer
To Explain Requirements
Of Marine Commissions
For the benefit of those studentsj
wishing to obtain second lieutenant +
cdmnissions in the U.S. Marine
Corps Reserve, Lt. Orville V. Ber-
gren of the Marine Corps Recruiting
Division will be at the Naval ROTC
headquarters, North Hall, from 9
a.m. today and Monday to explain
the requirements for applicants.
Lt. Bergren gave an illustrated talk
on the purposes and organization of
the Marine Corps yesterday in Nat-
ural Science Auditorium.
Applicants who meet requirements;
are given three months training at
the Marine Barracks, Quantico, Vir-
ginia, as enlisted men. After receiv-
ing the second lieutenant commis-
sion in -the Reserve, they are given
three additional months training at
Marine Corps schools at a total'
monthly income of $183. The officer
enters active duty with troops fol-
lowing this training for the dura-
tioni of the national emergency.
Stipulations require that the ap-
plicants for training haave four years'
of college credits, are native-born
hale citizens of the United States
between 20 and 25 years of age at
the time they receive their commis-
sions, pass the required physical ex-
amination, are unmarried, present
dharacter references, and have no
previous military training.
Lt. Bergren stressed the point that
a commission in the Marine Corps
Reserve might be especially inter-
esting to some of the men who are
about to be called into service
through the Selective Service Act.
He will return to Ann Arbor some
time between March 25 and April 10
Deferred Students
Will Be Examined
Students with low draft numbers
who have been deferred from select-
ive service until July are now receiv-
ing letters from their local draft
boards asking them to make arrange-
j ments for physical examinations dur-
ing the coming Spring Vacation,
Harold D. Gold, a member of the
Ann Arbor draft board, explained
that according to original plans, stu-
dents were to be examined here dur-
ing May and June, but since the local
officials could not handle the large
number of potential draftees, it was
decided that examinations were to be
taken in the towns where the stu-
dents. resided.

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Music Faculty Early Engineering Apparatus
Will Perform To Be'Shown Here March 29

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Third Recital "
d Re1874 Ladl Generator ce ted by a photo electric cell and
amplified through a loud speaker.
IoH rD e s tei Ehobs Featur The Department of Electrical En-
ASdM riFsbun xty s 'eceivet gineering i also panigto ho
An Mary Fishburne. how steel wool will burn without the
Prof. ilardin V an D euOsenoSi t Ehe aribist ece ivf e di ne rn s as p a n n o s o
IWill Play Tomorrow One of the earliest pieces of engi- application of heat, how short wave
>s._neering laboratory equipment pur- radios work, how the stroboscope
Prof. Hardin Van Deursen, bari- chased by the University, a Ladd functions and how various electrical
Generator built in 1874. will be dis- color effects are obtained.
Mary , pianist, and played at the College of Engineering's IWind Tunnel Exhibit
Prof. Ava Comm Case, accompanist, ninth Open House exhibit Saturday, Among the exhibits of the Depart-
will unite musically to offer the third March 29.
School of Music Faculty Recital of Approximately 60 exhibits have ment of eronical Engeerng
thesemste at4 :5 pm. omorowbeen received from various depart- I will be the University's large and
the semester at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow be eevdfo aiu eat small wind tunnels, various types
ments and student technical socie- of wings a demonstration of the
in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. ties during the past month, it was winseatdmta in ofsthe
Their program will comprise four announced yesterrday, and more than way sheet metal wrinkles when
.ompositions by Bach and three by 100 engineering industries are ex- stiessed,
pectd t suiti~~t~addtioal dsplys ngdears.
Debussy as well as selections by Beet- foete to exhibition in theo near future.displays Examples of many different mili-
k ,h tary weapons will be shown at Open
hoven. Mednikoff. Koeneman, Tschai- Include Edison Generator House by the Army Ordnance depart-
kowsky and Dorothy James. Included among the features of ment here, in addition to a collec-
A graduate of Northwestern, Pro- the Open House 'will be an Edison tion of medals of honor, gas masks.
Lincolnrouiluin,128, (abovelfessor Van Deursen received his M.M. generator. built i 1881. which will field glasses, fire control instru-i
Lincoln Borglum, 28, (aove)d at Uibe used to light one of the inventor's ments and ammunition.
son of Gutzon Borglum, famed old incandescent lamps. T
sculptor who died recently, plans ing to Ann Arbor. he was a member Other exhibits will include a dem- .The Ordnance group is also plan-
to finish his father's masterpiece, of the music department at the Uni- I onstration of how sound is trans- nig to demonstrate different firing
the gigantic Mount Rushmore Me- versity of Wyoming and later head of I mitted by means of a light ray inter- cn o am uiion.
marian con, 'eff sof arvingsand the voice department at Albion Col- ~~~~ ~ More than 6,000 alumni of the
College of Engineering, now residing
Theodore RooseveltR in the Black lrge. At present be is also director of Cg r in
Hills of Soutd Dakota. the Methodist Choir here. in the Detroit area, have been in-
Miss Fishburne, a graduate of the vited to Ann Arbor for a one-day
Tts rers conference on March 29, which is
AAes tNew York Conservatory of Music. being held in conjunction with Open
CAA Approves was formerly chairman of the piano House.
" ~~ department at the Mary Baldwin,".,,ValagnrTSpk
UJse Of Airport School in Virginia.Shebegan her idle Team Vanquishes Hs an Wagoner To sak
Us ip r ]graduate work at Harvard nd re-847.1819 An address by Gov. Y'urray D.
gd wr- W sconsin,1847-1819 Van Wagoner on 'T11e Engineer in
ceived her degree here four years Public Life" will highlight a lunch-
Flight Training Course l ago. Back into the winning column after eon meeting during the conference
Will Be Nxt W ek Before joining the University fac- dropping a match to Purdue two at which alumni will hear a talk by
_gineXt ee ulty, Professor Case was a member weeks ago. the University ROTC Ri- Dean Ivan C. Crawford of the Col-
of the Huron College, South Dakota, fle Team defeated the University of lege of Engineering on "Engineering
Official approval of Ann Arbor's staff. She is a graduate of the School Wisconsin squad 1847 to 1819 in their at Michigan." President Alexander
airport for continuation of the CAA's of Music and did her postgraduate match last week. Verne C. Kenne- G. Ruthven will also speak.
flight training program for Univer- study with Schnabel in Italy. dy, Jr.. "42E, captain of the team, Citations will be presented during
sity students was received yesterday For her part of the program Miss announced yesterday. the Open House program to 10 alum-
Fishburne plans to play the Debussy Satishlction will probably be short- ni for distinguished service in the
rom . F.R ,D compositions, "Two Satirical Dances lived, however, as last week the team field of engineering,
copstos iS , ? r," To aiia a1 S

Campus Hillel
Seeks Orator
Representative To Compete
In National Contest
A representative to compete in the
National Hillel Oratorical Contest
will be selected in a contest March
16 to be held at the local Founda-
tion.
The requirements are that the con-
testant limit his talk to eight min-
utes and his topic must be of Jew-
ish interest and original.
The winner will receive a ten dol-
lar prize and go on to compete in
the district eliminations for the priv-
ilege of appearing in the finals in
Chicago.
Prof. Louis Eich of the speech de-
partment and.William Muehl, '41, of
the varsity debate squad; have been
I selected to judge the contest.
Students planning to participate
in the contest should call the Foun-
dation. Undergraduates and first-
1 year professional students on com.-
bined curricula are eligible to par-
ticipate.

Auto Thief Is Sentenced
Eddie Jones, the 20-year-old youth
who stole nine cars last weekend, was
sentenced yesterday by Judge George
W. Sampleto two to five years in
Jackson prison. Jones pleaded guil-
ty. Sample recommended that he
serve for two years.
.Ca mpus
Setters
Knos the Value
V of a Treatment at
A0HflJR SHOP v
(Formerly Di Mattie) ii
338 S. State Phone 8878
1tc oC acc>0 cc

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TON IG HT at 8:30
HILLEL PLAYERS
PRESEN
A BROADWAY HIT
BY JOHN HOWARD LAWSON

LiA ENId)E L S S OIPN
Ii .Friday and Saturdoy-8:3Q P.M

.ri t E A T EIR
Tickets: 50c

! vctor c Ifor e i v .ii v AImn tronauc Li
Administ ration.
Dwight Reynolds, co-operator of tie
Ann Arbor air serVice, announced
that instruction for the first group
of second semester University stu-
dents in the primary flight training
course will begin next week probably.I
The secondary training program is;
expected to begin about March 15 for
the first class of second semester
students.
Approval for the airport by the
CAA authorities was contingent up-
on the city's widening the airport
within 60 days, weather permitting.
The council last Monday night ap-
propriated $2,500 for this purpose.
The Air Service, in compliance with
a second requirement, will construct
a new hangar on the field.

by Dorothy James, and Beethoven's
"Sonata in A flat. Op. 110".

W11heeler Will
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Give

Last Times Today
SANNA NEAGLE "NO NO NANETTE"

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iecttat Tomorrow
It League Theater
Organist and director of music at
Augsburg Lutheran Church in To-
ledo, John Wheeler, A41SpecSM, will
present a piano recital in partial ful-
fillment of the degree of Bachelor of
Music at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in thes
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Before entering the University,
Wheeler was the holder of a two-
year scholarship presented by the
Monday Musicale Society of Detroit.
He stddied piano for one year at the
Toledo Conservatory of Music and
at present studying under Prof.
Joseph Brinkman of the School of
Music.
Wheeler will open his program to
morrow with Beethoven's 'Sonata,
Op. 26" which will be followed by
Frank's "Prelude, Chorale and
Fugue" and three compositions by
Chopin. "Impromptu in F major,"
"Trois Nouvelles Etudes" and "Fan- l
tasie in F minor, Op. 49."
Exhil;it Art Collections
The Neville collection of Ceramics
and Bronzes from Siam is being'
shown in the Rackham Building
along with a collection of stelae from
Kom Abu Billu, from the Univer-
sity's excavations. The exhibitions
are being shown through March 15.
The exhibit is open to the public
from 9 to 5 p.m. daily.

ishot it out with an undefeated Minn- I
esota team, and although scores have ;
not been received yet. Kennedy ad-
mitted that the chances of victory
were slight.
Standing in the Big Ten matches,
which started towards the end of the
first semester and will continue un-
til about April 1. place Michigan in
sixth place, having won four and
lost three.
Minnesota heads the list, with
Iowa a close second. Following the
top two are Illinois, Indiana, Pur-
due, Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio
State, Northwestern, and Chicago,
4 which has yet to win a match.
High scores for the Michigan team
this week were turned in by Richard
0. Jones, '43E, who shot a 380 for
the highest local score of the season,
Kennedy, Harry E. Altman, '43E,
George D. Hooper, '44E, and Albert
D. Engstrom, '44.

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SHOWINGS TONIGHT AT

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THE NEW STYLE MYSTERY COMEDY +
it's a swell show - Hurry over Today!
Also Donald Duck Cartoon AICHI AN Matinees Today - 25c

Coming Sunday!

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IJaia es J lb(Iress
Coiinumtiy Forum
A review of relations between the
United States and Latin America by
Prof. Preston E. James of the geog-
raphy department will highlight the
third Community Forum meeting on
the war problem series at 8 p.m.
Monday in the Pattengill Auditor-
ium of the Ann Arbor High School.
Author of "Latin America-Hu-
man Geography" to be released in
August. Prof. James will discuss the
economic and social aspects of West-
ern Hemisphere relations, as to raw
materials, problems of isolation and
solidarity and the present lack of
ccmmon sentiment present in this
hemisphere.

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NEWS OF THE DAY

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Coming!

"TOBACCO ROAD"

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Here's news
wrortliy tof a
five-star final.
spring is coming S. so now is
the time to get your wardrobe
going. Ann Arbor merchants
have a complete stock of
spring clothing on hand. For
style information look for the
Daily supplement on Wednes-
day, March 12.
w the fashions

"Go Capitalist"
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JACK TEAGARIJEN
And His Orchestra
The CAPITALIi BAL

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