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TI M ICHIG AN D AILY

Records To Featur
Records made by popular French
singing stars will highlight the meet-.
ing of the Cercle Francais at 8 p.m.
Wednesday in the League. ''
Clifford Prater of the Department
of Romance Languages will tell stu-.
dents about many of the songs,
speaking informally on "Quelques
vedettes du music-hall francais."-
Of especial interest to students
should be the songs of Jean Sablon,
currently appearing in New York

e French Program
and on national radio hook-ups. Dr
Prator has also selected a record
made by Marlene Dietrich when she
was a singer in France, early in her
career.
All students who are interested an,
and have a working knowledge o.
French are invited to attend the
meeting. Those who wish to becomE
members are urged to come Wednes-
day, as membership cards will be re-
quired for admittance to all future
meetings.

British Encirclement Drive In Libya

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TAILORING and SEWING
STOCKWELL and Mosher-Jordan
residents-Alterations on women'F
garments promptly done. Opposite
Stockwell. Phone 2-2678. 3c
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The shaded arrow indicates the main British drive in their offensive in Libya. The British are reported to
have smashed close to Tobruk and to have encircled large units of the German panzer forces in the Libyan
desert below Tobruk. The black arrow from Tobruk southwards indicates the beseiged British garrison in
that city which is said to be attacking in an apparent effort to close a ring around Axis units to the east.
The R4F said that German tanks and trucks were moving west from Salum (broken arrow). Smaller
arrows and wedges indicate British moves in addition to the main push.
Frosh Rally For Class Games- Three Soviet Films
"Let Us At 'Em,' Is The Cr To Be Shown Here

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daytime decorL
veng dazzle
What's the biggest question i
mind when plotting your
wardrobe? How can you
genious and indifferenta
The answer - JOAN
BLOUSES - faultles
Jy suiters and skirt ma
- satins- crepes- sh
and dancing. Bud
priced, from $3.00.
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SKIRTS
from 3.00 to 8.95
for Daytime . . . plaids or solids,
pastels and dark colors. . . pleats
and flares- i
FOR EVENING
from 3.95 to 10.95
Floor length crepes . . failles
and moires. Sizes 10 to 20.
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By HOMER SWANDER
With war-like cries of "Let us at
'em" the Class of '45 is expected to
turn out en masse at 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day in the Natural Science Auditor-
ium to plan for the "complete rout"
of the sophomores in the annual Class
games.
Not to be outdone--and with more
spirit than any similar class has
hown in years-the sophomores haves
also announced a rally for 7:30 'p.m.
Wednesday in the Natural Science
Auditorium.
The two classes will work out strat-
egy and elect 12 captains each.
One of the features of the Games-
to be held in the Intramural Sports
Building on Saturday-will be a wild,
pillow fight between these elected
captains. All 24 of them will get in
Engine Society
Will Assemble
Here Tuesday
ASME Invites Engineers.
To Meeting; Will Hear
Address By Smith
Campus professional engineering
societies have been extended an invi-
tation to attend the Detroit section
meeting of the American Society of
Mechanical Engineers at 8 p.m. Tues-
day in the Rackham Amphitheatre by
John Templer, '42E, president of the
University branch of ASME.
Members of the sponsoring society
from Toledo, Jackson, Flint and De-
troit will also be on hand to hear
an address by A. R. Smith of Gen-
eral Electric,on "The Future of Power
Generation."
Now managing engineer of GE's
Turbine Division in Schenectady,
N.Y., Mr. Smith has been with the
company since 1897 and has traveled
in South America and Europe, study-
ing and installing steam-electric tur-
bines.
He has been credited with the de-
velopment of a steam turbine for the
Ford Motor Company, which makes
up a third of the world's largest
power generating plant.
Moving pictures showing the uses
of coal in the development of power
will be shown before the speech.
Executive councils of the Univer-
sity branch and the sponsoring sec-
tion, Detroit, will honor Mr. Smith,
at a dinner in the Michigan Union
at 6 p.m. Several members .of the
engineering faculty have been in-
vited.

the ring at the same time and slug
it out-with pillows.
The entire building is to be turned
over to the battling underclassmen
and the fight will continue even into
the swimming pool. A mass water
polo game will be the main feature
of the "sea warfare."
Other games-to be refereed by
Eirl Riskey and his squad of intra-
mural officials-inciude a mass tug-
of-war, a giant volley ball game,
Chinese soccer, grave-yard and sev-
eral relays.
So that the officials will be able
to tell the two classes apart, an
official uniform has been designated
for each side. The frosh are re-
quested to wear white or light colored
1 clothes, while the yearlings must be
dressed in dark sweaters and trous-
ers. Everyone will be required to wear
tennis shoes.
The games this year are under the
auspices of the Union, the Interfra-
ternity Council and The Michigan
Daily. Representatives of the three
groups have stressed the point that
while legitimate pep and spirit will
be encouraged, there must be abso-
lutely no damaging of property as in
past years. If anything of this kind
does happen the Games will immedi-
ately be called off.
As the time gets nearer the spirit
of both classes is mounting and ev-
erything points toward the most suc-
cessful affair of this kind in several
years. Usually none too anxious to
mix with the more numerous fresh-
men, the sophomores have taken
heart from the ruling which will keep
the number on each side even at all
times and they are preparing to show
those frosh a real battle.
news
Couzens Hall girls went formal and
fancy at their annual dance Friday.
Given by the junior class and fea-
turing Tom Snyder's music, this was
one formal that really went the whole
way. The ballroom was lighted only
by candles, and was ornamented by
candelabra. Flowers added to the
beauty of the decorations.
Severa'\of the women's dorms held
their final open Jouses of the year
following the Ohio State game. Mar-
tha Cook served coffee to its visitors,
while Stockwell, Mosher, and Jordan
served that old stand-by, cider and
doughnuts.

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