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AGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NROTC Team
Defeats Texas,
North Carolina
Rifle Squad Is Victoriousl
In Fifth, Sixth Matches;
Bows To Northwestern
Michigan's Naval . Reserve Offi-
cers' Training Corps rifle team shot
1737 points to win their fifth and
sixth matches last Monday, defeat-
ing navy squads from both the Uni-
versity of Texas and the University
of North Carolina.
At the same, time they lost their
second telegraphic contest, bowing to
a strong Northwestern University
contingent which rolled up a score
of 1882 points, the highest shot by
any naval rifle team this year.
The five leading scorers on the
University squad, whose points count-.
ed in the match, were Morton Hunter,
'44, captain, who shot 361; Robert
Begle, '43, who shot. 351; Mait Comb,
144E, 348; Arthur Thomson, '44E, 342,
and Harry Miller, '44E, 335.
The shooting was done by the vari-
ous teams on Monday after which
the results were telegraphed to the;
respective - schools. The outcome
was learned yesterday.
Saturday, the NROTC marksmen
will compete in a contest with Geor-
gia Tech, the University of South
Carolina and the University of Calif-

Prof. Gault
Will Address
A JEEToday
speaking on The Induction Motor
and Rotor-Bar Currents," Prof.
James S. Gault of the electrical engi-
neering department, will address the
student section of the American In-
stitute of Electrical Engineers at 8I
p.m. today in the Union.
Faculty adviser to the society, Pro-
fessor Gault wrote a paper on the
subject and presented it at the an-
nual winter ;meeting of the national
AIEE held in Philadelphia this win-
ter.
New AIEE officers being inducted
at this meeting will be George D.
Gotschall. '42E, president; Bruce
Battey, '42E, vice-president; Robert
Ehrlich, '43E, secretary, and Robert
Thalner, '42E, treasurer.
Final plans for Engineering Open
House, March 29, will be made at
this meeting, as it will be the last
meeting before spring vacation, Got-
schall announced. Other business
will concern discussion of plans for
the annual AIEE spring banquet to
be held around the first of next
month.
Ordnance Group
To Hear Foust

All-Engineering
Dinner Tickets:

New ROTC Officers Named

To Go On Sale:
C. Paton, Motor Engineer,
To Address Banquet;
Crawford Will Speak
Tickets for the annual All-Engi-"
neering student banquet which dill be
held at 6 p.m. Friday, March 28,s
at the Union, may be purchased this
week and next from members of the Cadet officers and non-commis-
Engineering Council and members of sioned officers in the ROTC regi-

ornia. --
'Chemicals In Warfare'
Textiles Are Displayed Is Title Of Talk Today
Several examples of Javanese and,
Balinese textiles taken from the col- Fresh from their recent induction
lection of Prof. and Mrs. Everett into the national chapter, members
Brown are being shown in the first of the campus section of the Army
floor display cases of the Architec- Ordnance Association will meet for
ture Building. The exhibition will the election of officers at 7:30 p.m.
continue through March 24. today at Ann Arbor Mills.
"Chemicals in Warfare" will be
the title of the talk of the evening,
to be presented' by Prof. Alan S.
C4LASSIFIED o
CLAS IFIE , jFoust of the chemical engineering
Ilepartment and captain in the Chem-.
IRE TE"II icalt Warfare Service, Arm y Reserve.
D RECTORY
A member of the Service since
1930, Captain Foust will discuss the
TYPING -18standard chemical agents now in use;
their effect in battle, and the coun-
TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen, teracting measures which may be
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or taken against them. The talk will
2-141 14c be given from the tactical rather
than trom the engineering viewpoint.
TYPIST. Experienced. L. M. Hey- - '_
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the various engineering honor so-I
cieties for one dollar.
Principal speaker at the banquet
will be Clyde Paton, chief engineer
of the Packard Motor Company.
while Mike Hindert, '41E, will serve
as toastmaster. Dean Ivan C. Craw-
ford of the College of Engineering
is also expected to address the din-
ner.
The All-Engineering Banquet will
be the first of three Engineering Col-
lege activities which are being spon-
sored that weekend. An Alumni Re-
union and Open House will be held
jointly on Saturday, March 29.
Highlighting the Reunion will be
a luncheon meeting at the Union at
which Gov. Murray D. Van Wagoner
will address the alumni on "The En-
gineer in Public Service." Dean
Crawford will discuss "Engineering
at Michigan" at the same meeting.
Open House, which will be held
from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. throughout
both the East and West Engineering
Buildings, will consist-of more than
150 exhibits of engineering indus-
tries. University departments and
student technical societies.
Varsity Glee Club
Plaus New Concert
With its annual spring concert
looming two- weeks away, the Varsity
Glee 'Club is, working hard on its
program at special rehearsals.
Tho concert, which is scheduled for
April 3, at 8 p.m. in Hill Auditorium,
will be free -to the public.
Under the direction of Prof. David
Mattern, the club will sing the same
program that it will present in Wash-
ington, D.C., New York and other
Eastern cities on its concert this
spring.
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ment of cadets were announced yes-
terday in'General Orders No. 1 from
ROTC Headquarters effective March
13.
Selections were based on the last
semester's work for juniors and
sophomores and on three semesters
for seniors. Ratings on leadership
ability, drill, ROTC theory grades
and academic grades were made by
the officers of the units in which the
individual cadets are enrolled.
Here are the names of the cadets
pictured above :
In the first row, left to right:
Cadet Major Paul I. Schonberg, '42;
Cadet Lieutenant-Colonel James E.
Davoli, '41E; Cadet Lieutenant-Colo-
nel John W. Stephens, '41; Cadet
Colonel James F. Kuhns, '41; Cadet'
Lieutenant-Colonel Don W. Ryker,

'41E; Cadet Lieutenant-Colonel Neal
Seegert, '41 (second in command);
Cadet Major James E. Cox, '41.
Second row: John C. Bayliss, '41,
Captain, Co. G.; James D. Berger,
'41, Captain, Co. I; Woodrow G. Frail-
ing, '41E, Major; William W. Fischer,
'42, Major; Irl D. Brent, '42BAd, Ma-
jor; Elmer P. Foster, '41E, Captain,
Co. K.; John M. Dalby, '41E, Captain,
Co. B.
Third row: Robert S. Cockroff,
'41F&C, Captain, Co. E.; John D.
Van Veen, '43E, Captain, Co. F.; Ed-
win S. Miller, '42, Captain, Co. A.;
Charles R. Smith, '41F&C, Battalion
Adjutant; Gordon A. Stumpf, '41E,
Regimental Adjutant; Marshall C.
Brown, '41BAd, Battalion Adjutant;
Richard F. Towner, '41E, Captain,
Co. L; George A. Grover, '41E, Bat-
talion Adjutant; James M. George,
'41, Captain, Co. C.

Hillel To Give
Play In Detroit
The Hillel Players take to the road
with their current production, "Suc-
cess Story," which will be performed
at 8:30 p.m. Sunday in the Brown
Memorial Chapel of Temple Beth El
in Detroit.
The original cast, together with
Robert Mellencamp's set, will move
to Detroit under the sponsorship of
the Greater Detroit Council of the
B'nai B'rith.
The cast included Herbert Londpn,
'43; Joan Sack, '41; Miriam Shafton,
'42Ed.; Donald Diamond, '42; Robert
Cohn, '41; Arthur Fischer, '42, and
Theodore Leibovitz, Grad.
"Success Story" was presented
March I and 8 at the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.
W HE N M IN UT E S
M E AN M 0N EY-
' TE LE GR A P HVI A
CHARGES FOR TELEGRAMS 'PHONED IN
APPEAR ON YOUR TELEPHONE BILL.

SHORTHAND
Day and Evening Classes
Hamilton College
Ph. 78 31 William at State'

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Alumni To Hold Reunionu
All Dickinson College alumni . in
the Ann Arbor vicinity or connected
with the University are invited to a
special alumni reunion luncheon to
be held at the Michigan Union at
1 p.m. Saturday. Gilbert Malcom.
will represent, Dickinson College at
the luncheon.

Engineers Attention
Slide Ruk Bal Tickets On Sale
East Engineering Lobby Today.
Bring Your Engineering
Identification Cards.

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never seen. And now . . . don't let us delay you if you are on your

way to see these style masterpieces

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T HIS electrical mouth at Bell Telephone Laboratories is
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