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Union Offices
Extend Hours
For New Men
Applican is Need Receipts!
Of Registration To e,
Eligible For Activities
To accommodate students who
have been unable to receive their
Union membership cards because of
the 3-5 p.m. hour of registration the
Student Offices will be open from
1-5 p.m. today and tomorrow to
accept applications, James Rossman,
'42. chairman in charge, said yester-
day.
In addition the offices will be open
from 7-8 p.m. tonight for the spe-
cial convenience of those whose time
is occupied by afternoon laboratory,
classes.
Every applicant must show his
registration receipt before he can
receive the blue card that makes him
eligible to use the facilities of the
Union, Rossman stressed.
Freshmen and transfer students
may also receive their Union mem-
bership pins at the same time they
register. Besides being especially
convenient as identification when
cashing checks at the Union, the
membership card is a valued bit of
identification wherever one is.

German Doctor Seized

Dr. Frederick Ernest Auhagen,f
(above) German under subpoena toy
appear before the Dies committee,
was arrested by Federal officers in
Los Angeles as he prepared to
board a Japanese boat for Japan.
Auhageni, a former Columbia Uni-
versity language professor, was
accused of shipping .obscene litera-
ture from Chicago to Los Angeles.

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Atlantic Fleet
Of 125 Ships
To Be Formed
New Force To Be Added
To Pacific Squadron
In Navy Reorganization
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2.-4/P)-The
United States Navy, confronted with
the new mutual assistance pact
signed by Germany, Italy and Japan,
plans to establish "a newly organ-
ized force" of more than 125 ships
in the Atlantic Ocean in addition
to the present big fleet in the Pa-
cific.
This was announced late today by
the Navy in the following words:
"The Navy department will estab-
lish in the near future, a newly or-
ganized' force in the Atlantic. Thi
force will become an integral part
of the United States fleet and will
be designed as the patrol force,
Uni ed States fleet. Rear-Admiral
Hayhe Ellis, U.S. Navy, will com-
mand this force.
"The new force will consist of the
ships now in the Atlantic, some new
ships as they are completed, recently
recommissioned vessels, and vessels
purchased and converted for naval
use. The patrol force will include
all types of vessels and aircraft and
will number more than 125 ships.
Having all the vessels in the Atlan-
tic under one commander will result
in increased efficiency in the opera-
tions and training of the vessels."
Grad Delegates
Plan Activities
For Semester
Before the building of the new
Horace H. Rackham Graduate
School, members of the graduate
class were a group of lonely students
set off in a corner of Angell Hall.
But with the campus' newest, most
modern building as a nucleus for
their activities, the Graduate Stu-
dent Council has led the graduate
class into its own.
The calibre of its activities, the
variety of its events are fast moving
into the class of events given by the
undergraduate groups.
Headed by Abraham Rosenzweig,
the Graduate Student Council is
formed of representatives elected
from all departments of the Univer-
sity. Its functions are to promote
the "social, educational and intellec-
tual" activities of the graduate stu-
dent body and to encourage coopera-
tion between graduate students and
the faculty.
In order to continue the work be-
;un by the Council last year a wide
program of activities has been
planned for the coming year. The
first of these events will be held at
8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16. Dr. Yoa-
kum, and possibly President Ruth-
ven, will deliver welcome addresses.
After the addresses there will be in-
spection tours of the building with
other entertainment including danc-
ing, classical music, bridgeand re-
freshments.

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