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Camp Lee Has I First Flurries
U. Of M. Club Form Furor
Enlisted Men Organized For Freshtes
By Recent Alumni s Those eight o'clockers who now
More energy-producing than en- sleep with their boots on, were sur-
ergy-consuming was the army assign- prised yesterday to see that their
ment of StanleyG.iWaltz, energet daily drizzle had turned to powder-
manager of the Union, now on leavedaldrzehdtundopwe-
of absence. show had come to campus. And the
Mr. Waltz, now Captain Waltz of students from the lands of the,warm
the Quartermasier Corps at Virginia's winters were properly thrilled.
Camip Lee, located near Fredericks- Virginia Whichard, '45, who claims
burg, has suceeded in organizing a that snow in Gulfport, Mississippi, is
Oniversit of Michigan Club in the a legend, couldn't believe it-while
camp. This club is open to all men
who have been enrolled one or more Shirley Bower, '45, had never seen
semesters in the university. :now in Miami Beach, Florida, but
The first meeting is scheduled for brought flannel night-gowns to
Wednesday, November 12. Joe Sa- steam-heated Stockwell for this year.
To Give Dance
All Students May Attend
Affair At League
A tea dance open and free to all
students with or without dates will
be held by Congress, Independent
Men's Association at 2 p.m. today in
the League Cafeteria.
The drawing of three lucky stubs
which will be distributed with pur-
chase of refreshments will feature
the afternoon program. The win-
ners will be given tickets to Herb
Miller's week-end dance at the
The dance will be directed by S.
Che Tang, '43, I.M.A. social chair-
man, and Larry Williams, '44. All
program arrangements have been
made by Ralph Buehler, Coral De-
Priester, Bill Buffington, Edward
Mertz, all '44E, Donald Largo, Gene
Brown, '43E, Robert Fry and How-
ard Long, '44.
villa, '"9, former Varsity football
player has been suggested for presi-
dency of the club. T. Hawley Tap-
p.ng, general secretary of the Alumni
Association, hopes this pioneer club
will be the forerunner of similar army
post units. He will visit Camp Lee
some time during the first week of
January, in order to give it all pos-
sible Support from the Alumni Asso-
Classes may be cut when good skat-
ing weather comes, because these
"visitors" plan to try their ankles at
it. But first, most of them are going
to have to "woolen up" their southern
Letter Haarpaniemi, '45, from the
lands of the six foot drifts, just smiled.
4t snows in the upper peninsula.
A Scientific Fish Story:
Surveys Made In State Lakes
For Cause Of Low Fish Stock
An extensive program -of study of to Dr. Hazzard, natural reproduction
Michigan lakes during the past sum- is so effective that stocking is un-
mer months by the Institute of Fish- necessary. In some cases, lakes lack
eries Research was outlined by Dr. species that are adapted to that par-
Albert S. Hazzard, director of the oicular type of life, so by introducing
Institute, in a recent interview. them the output will increase. ,One
During this period two lake sur- of the best illustrations is Birch Lake,
vey crews and one stream survey Cass County. Surveyed in 1936, it
group studied the conditions of forty- was discovered that here was a large
six lakes scattered throughout the body of deep water ideal for trout
Lower and Upper Peninsula. The but none were present because they
work this past season was carried on had no means of entering the lake.
primarily in response to requests of Trout were planted and yielded far
sportsmen and resort dperators who above expectation. Often the survey
complained of a decrease in the num- crews discovered that by the addi-
ber of fish caught. tion of lime and shelter brush for
The procedure for such a study was small fish, conditions more favorable
toutine in fori and showed fairly to spawning were produced. Small
evident reasons for the lack of fish. mouth bass require gravel to spawn.
[f the lakes were very deep and shoal- If this is planted the bass will in-
less, they were low in fish produc- crease in natural surroundings.
tivity. Shallow lakes, up to a certain The survey period extends from
limit, produce more plant life as June to September. During that time
food for the fish. The character of water conditions are fairly stable,
the lake basins and the geology of whereas in the other seasons they
the region explain the output of the fluctuate. At present, the Institute
lake. is working on the reports of past
Stocking the lakes is often not the seasons and studying the maps and
answer, according to Dr. Hazzard. Bata of the compiled results of these
This factor has been over-emphasized surveys.
in the past because it seemed logical
to the older fish culturists. But plant- War conditions have adversely af-
ing fish without consideration for fected the important pineapple in
existing factors is useless. dustry of British Malaya, according
In the majority of cases, according to the Department of Commerce.
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You are invited to attend a showing of the new season's smartest
fashions as presented by the Merchants of Ann Arbor and The
Michigan Daily, at the Michigan Theatre, Thursday, November