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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1940

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

pAG1Z SEVEN--I ECTION ONE

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National Defense Work Expected,
To Affect University'sActivities

Students ToBe Exempted
From Draft Until End
Of 1940-41 Term
National defense work in its many
aspects is bound to cause the Uni-
vcrsity some trouble, although early
organization is expected to obviate
any serious difficulties, President
Ruthven said in a press conference
Saturday.
Students, he pointed out, have
been assured of exemption from the
draft until the end of the 1940-41
school year by clauses of the con-
scription act. "I do not know the
provisions as to absentee registra-
tion by' students, but it is certain
that all those who are of 'draft age'
will be required to register some-
where," he added.
The status of students who are
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members of the national guardaunits
has not yet been determined as far
as University officials know, the
President said. It is expected, how-
ever, that such a small number of
students here are members of the
national guard that no big problem
will be presented. No word has been
received here as to possible changes
in status of C.A.A. students.
Several requests for the services
4 members of the University faculty
lready have been received from the
rational defense council, he, contin-
ond. Leaves of absence are being
,ranted the men called upon for na-
ional service, and the University is
aking steps to organize a "defense
;oard" of its own, he added.
In order to prevent University
;Mans from being seriously disrupt-
A,. President Ruthven said, it will be
necessary to work out a system that
will permit substitutions when in-
structors are called away. During
World War I, he said, government
work took so many of the top-flight
;rofessors that the University found
tself nearly unable to carry on vital
training work.
SCABBARD AND BLADE
Scabbard and Blade, national hon-
orary military science fraternity,
:ases its requirements for member-
hip on scholarship, efficiency in
.,ill, personal qualifications and cam-
pus activities.
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ID E R S

New Feature
To Be Offered
By Directory
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Publication Will Contain
Home Addresses; Co-op
Members Also Listed
Featured in this year's issue of
Student and Faculty Directory will
be the publication of the home ad-
dresses of every student on the cam-
pus in addition to the publication of
their Ann Arbor addresses and tele-
phone numbers.
Both men's and women's dormi-
tory personnel and members of gen-
eral fraternities and sororities and
professional fraternities and sorori-
ties will be published as usual. In
addition the staff will list for the first
time in the Directory students liv-
ing in cooperative houses.
Contains Calendar
In front of the book will be a copy
of the University Calendar, a map of
Ann Arbor and various city informa-
tion such as the addresses and tele-
phone numbers of churches, tehatres,
hospitals and the police and fire de-
partments.
Also included are several pages of
campus information concerning vari-
ous campus activities, their person-
nel, their location and their tele-
phonle numbers. Among the activi-
dies included are The Daily, 'Ensian,
Gargoyle, Congress, Interfraternity
Council, Boards in Control of Stu-
dent Publications and Physical Edu-
,ation, Michigan Union and League,
NAA Board and the Student Religi-
jus Association.
Samuel Edits
The Directory, published annual-
iy by the Michiganensian, University
year book, will be edited by Charles
B. Samuel, '41. John W. Cory, '41.1
is business manager and John Bach-
man, '42, will serve as advertising
manager.
Assisting Samuel are Martha Gra-
ham, '41, women's editor, and juniors
Bessie Lawton, Jeanne Goudy, Ben
Thorward, Mary Gage, Ray Powell
and Gerald Hewitt.

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Lecture Series Ticket
Sale To Open Oct.

1

The box office sale of the Michi-
gan Oratorical Lecture Series tickets
will begin 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1 at
Hill Auditorium.
Mail orders will be received this
week at 3211 Angell Hall.
Among those who are going to ap-
pear on the series are Dorothy
Thompson, Leland Stowe, Ruth Dra-
per and Admiral Ya nell. Further
details are given in the fourth news
section of this issue of The Daily.

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