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THE MIChIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JUNE 3,

USO Dinner To Open Campaign
More than four hundred campaign instructions. Prof. Brandt will repre-
rorkers and solicitors for the local sent President Ruthven at the dinner,
rnited Service Organizations cam- which is subscribed by the committee
aign - will attend an instructional for the Ann Arbor campaign.
inner and meeting at 6:30 p.m. today Contribution boxes will be placed in
n the Union, officially opening the the Union, the League and the general
rive. library tomorrow and Thursday, and
Miss Eleanor Hutzel, chief of the heads of dormitories, sororities and
oman's staff of the Detroit Police fraternities will be contacted by mail
)epartment, will discuss the problems for the student body's part in the
rhich exist around training camps, campaign, Mrs. Alvin Zander, of the
nd John Finlayson, chairman of the Student Religious Association, an-
acal drive, will give the workers their nounced yesterday.
CLASSIFIED ADVErLTISING
TYPING FOR SALE
IOLA STEIN-Experienced legal FOR SALE-Model "A" Ford, suit-
typist, also mimeographing. Notary able for students driving home-
public. Phone 6327, 706 Oakland. very reasonable. 322 John Street.
YPING-Experienced. Miss Allen, UNDERWOOD portable typewriter--
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or $20. Good condition. W. W.
2-1416. / 14c Thomas, 1207 Willard St., Phone
___ LAUNDERING._ _:N-,45.41
LAUNDRINGFOR RENT
AUNDRY -2-1044. Sox darned ---_ -----FOR ---NT----
Careful work at 19w price. 3c ONE SINGLE ROOM-Two-room
suite with kitchen privileges. 715
TUDElNT LAUNDRY-Special stu- Arbor; Phone 2-3643. 416
dent rates. .Moe Laundry, 226 - _-_-
South First St., Phone 3916. 10c VERY PLEASANT ROOMS for girl
students-summer term. Opposite
LOST and FOUND Rackham Building. 917 E. Huron.
__ __--_- __ Phone 8671.
OST-Lady's wrist watch. White hon____-.1_.r.
gold, round, black band. Call 6746. SUMMER SESSION STUDENTS-
Liberal reward. 425 Large, comfortable rooms, two
,pketbook blocks from campus, reasonable.
about ' Wh' zeard CallSue Call 4850 or inquire 806 Hill. 367
Biethan, 3431, or Univ. 766. 426 ROOMS-light and airy for the sum-
in erfo MEN. Price fro $2.00-
OST-Pair of child's eyeglasses in m00. ot water at all times. Firs
Arboretum. Please notify Levy, house off State. 615 Monroe St.
1002 Forest, Phone 4620. Reward. 423
419 4
ROOMS-Double: Summer School
WANTED TO BUY students pleasant furnishings;
excellent location; continuous hot
OD USED CAR for about $50. water. $2.00. Phone 2-3776, 417 E.
Phone Dan Huyett, 2-4509, eve- Liberty. 409
nings. 420
_______420_ SUITE with private bath and shower.
ASH .for used clothing; men and Double room with adjoining lava-
ladies. Claude H. Brown, 512 S. tory. Available now. Also first
Main St. Phone 2-2736. 31c floor housekeeping apartment for
summer school or fall. Ph. 8544-
' ANTED - ANY OLD OR NEW 422 E. Washington. 427
CLOTHING, PAY FROM $5.00 to WANTED TO RENT
$500 FOR SUITS, OVERCOATS. _ _WATEDTRENT
TYPE WRITERS, FURS - PER- GRADUATE STUDENT in Chemical
SIANS, MINKS. PHONE ANN AR Engineering desires room next fall
BOR 6304 for APPOINTMENTS. t in private home of a family that
SAM- appreciates music. Call 2-43214
TRANSPORTATION__-418
-______------ --MARRIED GRAD STUDENT wants
'ANTED-Male passenger to help to rent cool, furnished, summer
drive to Utah or intermediate apartment near campus after June
points. Call Broadbent. N. Ix.7Write Box 10, Michigan Daily.
2119. 421
ASSENGER WANTED to share ex- MISCELLANEOUS
penses to California. Leaving June WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL-
10. Call Brooks Crabtree, Law Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Club. 424 Killins Gravel Company, phone
'ALIFORNIA-Leaving June 23; re- 1112. 5c
turn August 1st, can accommodate EXPERT HOSIERY and garment re-
3. University 1-6803 or 15847 pair. Reasonable rates. Weave-Bac
Woodingham Drive, Detroit. 422 Shop-Upstairs in Nickels Arcade
H. B. GODFREY rHESIS BTNDING-Mimeographing.
MOVING - STORAGE -PACKING Brumfield & Brumfield, 308 S.
ocal and Long Distance Moving. State. , 19c
10 N. Fourth Ave. Phone 6297-,
29c BEN THE TAILOR pays the best
__ .__ _ __ _ ___ price for used clothes. 122 E.
HEAD'S HOUSEHOLD PACKING Washington. Ph. 5387 after 6 p.m.

Gloria Stuart ToReplace
lliadge Evans In Drama

~Babe1' Banquet
Will Be Held
In West Quad
Keniston And Nordencyer
Will T'Ialk Tomorrow
At Language Fete
Capping the year's activities of the
West Quad's foreign language tables,
a "Tower of Babel" banquet will be
held at 6:15 p.m. tomorrow in the
West Quadrangle in honor of the vol-
untary language counselors.
The men to be honored are: Frank
Ryder, Grad., Robert Hacker, Grad.,
and Warner Heinemann, '44, German;
Bertram Smith, Grad., French; Ernest
McCrus, '44, Henry Sanchez, '44E,
and Alberto Ramirez-Angel, '44E,
Spanish; Peter Ostafin, Grad., Polish.
A take-off on a Spanish Serenade
will be 'one of the featured events
of the evening. It will be rendered
by Peter Farago, '42. Toastmaster will
be Bertram Smith, Grad., whose duty
will include introducing the speakers,
Prof. Hayward Keniston of the Ro-
n< nce Lang uaeges department, Prof.
Henry W. Nordmeyer of the German
department and Prof. Arthur Van
Duren of the German department.
Proper foreign atmosphere will be
supplied by the gourds which will
decorate the Spanish table, the beer
steins which will be seen on the Ger-
man table and the imported wine
bottles on the French table which will
bring back memories of Paris to the
guests. Head waiters will also wear
native Tyrolean, Spanish and French
costumes as they escor t the guests to
th~ir tables.
jad. in 'To Discuss
NavalFlying Here
Ensign Joseph I. Jadin, U. S. Naval
Reserve, will discuss naval aviation
in a talk at 4:15 p.m. today at North
Hall, NROTC headquarters.
Ensign Jadin, a graduate of Pensa-
cola, will explain the advantages of
Navy flight training through which
one may attain a commission in the
Naval Reserve as a Naval Aviator,
Only two years of college are re-
quired for entrance to this program.
Ensign Jadin will be at the Naval
ROTC headquarters from 9:00 to
11:00 a.m. today and tomorrow and in
the lobby of the Union from 11:00 a.m.
to 2:00 p.m. to talk to those interested
in the program.

Draft Advice
Will Continue
In Summer
By hOMER SWANDER
(Editor's Note: This is the fifth in
a series of articles discussing various
phases of the Selective Service Act.
'They are written in collaboration with
Prof. Louis A. Hopkins.
Today we will answer two of the
letters we received recently in re-
sponse to our invitation to the stu-
dent body to send us any questions
which were bothering them in re-
gard to the Selective Service Act.
The first, written by Philip Man-
del, '42E, posed the following ques-
tion: "I have become 21 since the
last registration period and as I have
to register in July, I may be called
to service before school begins next
September.
"Our contact with the University is
rather slight during the summer. Yet
it seems to me that they should play
much the same part in helping to se-
cure deferment for those of us in the
next registration group as they have
for those in the last group. Does the
University plan to do this, and if so;
what are the mechanics of the ar-
rangement when her students are
spread all over the country?"
Answer: Yes, the University will
continue to aid its students through
the summer months just as it has
ever since the enactment of the
draft law. Those person s wishing de-'
ferment need only write the dean of
their particular school, and that office
will do everything in its power in the
way of help and advice.
The procedure advised by Profes-
sor Hopkins is that the student send
identical letters to the Dean's office
and to the local draft board. This will
facilitate identification by the board
when tie student's record, etc., arrives
from the University.
* * *
The second letter asks, "Does the
new registration date apply to those
who just become 21 on July 1?" "
Answer: I hate to tell you this, but
it certainly does. You are as near
the army as if you had become 21,
months ago. Of course, you may be
able to obtain defernent on some
other grounds - that is up to you and
your local draft board.

AIY OFFICIAL
BULLETINJ
(Continued from Page 5)
ens of Spain, Glazounow, Violin Con-
certo in A Minor.
Demolays: There will be a meeting
in Room 304 of the Union at 4:15
p.m. today of all members, active or
majority, of the Order of DeMolay.
Christian Science Organization will
meet tonight at 8:15 in the chapel
of the Michigan League.
Harris Hall: Tea Will be served to-
day, 4:00-5:3Q p.m. All Episcopal
Students and their friends are cord-
ially invited.
American Student Defense League
will meet .today at the Michigan
Union, Room 305, at 4:30 p.m. All
members are expected to attend. The
meeting is part of the all-state con-
ference of Student Defenders of
Democracy.
American Student Defense League
dinner will be held today at the
Michigan Union, Room 116, at 6:30
p.m. Reservations can be made with
Gerald Davidson, 4620.
Ralph Ingersoll will lead the mass
meeting to be held at Rackham Aud-
itorium tonight at 8:15. 'topic will be
"Whose War Is It?" The meeting is
open to the public. Faculty, students
and townspeople are welcome. The
spnsoring committee is the American
Student Defense League.
Coming Events
A Bbard of Medical Examiners
will convene at Headquarters Naval
ROTC, North Hall, at 9:00 a.m. on
Wednesday, June 4, for the examina-
tion of such candidates as may desire
to appear before it.
All those interested in living in one
of the men's cooperative houses next
semester can be interviewed Wednes-
day evening at 7:30 p.m. in Roomn
304 of the Union. This will be the
last regular interviewing session this
semester.
JGP script synopsis due July 1.
Please 'turn in all synopses to the
Undergraduate Office of the League.
All Episcopal Students: There will
be a celebration of the Holy Coi-
munion in the Bishop Williams Me-
morial Chapel, Harris Hall; on Wed-
nesday at 7:30 a.m.

GLORIA STUART

Announcement of the illness of
Madge Evans was followed yesterday
by a statement that Gloria Stuart,
Hollywood film star, will replace her
as the leading lady of "Man and
Superman," fourth play of the 1941
Dramatic Season.
Miss Evans, who was scheduled to
appear in the role of the young Eng-
lish heiress, was suddenly taken ill
with a streptococcus infection which
will prevent her filling her engage-
ment.
After a two yearsi absence from the
screen which she has spent travel-
ling with her writer-husband, Arth-
ur Sheekman, the blonde star of such
films as 'The Prisonei of Shark Is-I
land" and "Roman Scandals" will end I
her tour with her arrival in Ann Ar-
bor to begin rehearsals today.
Miss Stuart, who declares that
Shaw is her favorite playwright and
his "Man and Superman" her favorite
play, has been in the movies since the
age of eight. While attending the Uni-
I AnnArbo

versity of California at Berkeley she
wrote, directed and starred in campus
plays, although she majored in joairn-
alism.
Called "the blonde's answer to IIegy
LaMarr," by Walter Winchell, her
fair coloring has helped make her
famous in the fifty-odd pictures to
her credit. Shirley Temple, Warner
Baxter and Eddie Cantor are three
of the stars with whom she has ap-
peared.
Although her plans are still some-
what indefinite, Miss Stuart may ap-
pear this fall in her husband's play
"Mr. Big," which George S. Kaufman
will direct.
The fifth play of the current sea-
son which will run during Commence-
ment Week at tlie Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre is Clifford Odet's "Golden
Boy,'" the tale of a young musician.
Luther Adler, celebrated for his work
with the Guild Theatre in New York
and with the Jewish Theater, will play
opposite his wife, Sylvia Sidney, star
of stage and screen.

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News

Ann Arbor Citizens' Flower Show
for 1941 will be held tomorrow in the
Law quadrangle, and entries can be
made without charge, it was an-
nounced.
Among the judges of the show is
Professor Harlow 0. Whittemore, di-
rector of Nichols Arboretum. The ex-
hibit will be open all day, and is free
to the public.
Seven members of Co. K, local Na-
tional Guard unit, have received pro-
motions at Camp Livingston, La.,
where they are training.
Men promoted to sergeants 'arc Er-
vin W. Kitchenmaster, Ray L. White,
Leslie M. Benn, Jack A. Wright and
Leo A. Scholl,
Joseph F. Schmitz and John A. I
Pitch were promoted to corporals.

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