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U. S. Troops Move Into Dutch Guiana

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VOL. LI. No. 50

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This map locates Dutch Guiana, into which, it was announced in Washington, D.C., a contingent of
American troops moved to protect valuable bauxite mines which furnish the United States with
large supplies for raw aluminium.

news of the doruai
By GLORIA NISHON and Look for later developments in this
ROBERT MANTHO column ...
The Allen-Rumsey Saline Valley The NROTC men of the East Quad
)ance is scheduledfor Saturday will be dinner hosts to campus
NROTC officers and their wives to-
me, 7:45 to 12 midnight. There'll day. Oficers and wives who will at-
e square-dancing and refreshments tend are: Capt. and Mrs. Lyal A.
nd moving vans'and couples, a sure Davidson, Lieut. and Mrs. John E.
ombination which spells a good time Fitzgibbon and Lieut. and Mrs. Ken-
ecause "Sunday s a national holiday. neth F. Shook. Other guests will be
Guests at the Allen-Rumsey facultyProf. and Mrs. Karl Litzenberg, Mr.
inner tonight Wll'eProf.-Lewis and Mrs. John Stibb, Prof. Carl
aner Velde of the history depart- Brandt of the English department,
ent, Mr Howard Siefen of the and Mrs. Walter Newell. (Mrs. New-
iemistry department Dr Clarke ell was House Director of Prescott
ranwell of the psychology depart- House of the East Quad last year,
dent, Mr. Peter' Smith of the them- transferred to Helen Newberry in the
Len, r.PeerSmih f hechm-same capacity this semester.)j
atry department, Lt. Robie Palmer
U.S.N.), Mr. Bluford Day of the Stockwell, fo'r no reason that can
:gineering department, and Prof. be suggested off hand, is going to
h~ip Weatherill of the chemistry de- celebrate with a tea dance from 4 to
artment. 5:30 p.m. tomorrow. This is the gen-
Glee Club director David Mattern uineathing, and for those practiced
let with East Quad men yesterday. in balancing the elusive cup, tea will
,eason: a Quadrangle Glee Club be served in the drawing room.
light be in process of being formed. Jordan, due for a brief social whirl,
will swing out Saturday night from)
nine to twelve. Dance Chairman OrielI
Nickelson is Called Straehly, '45, has things well under-
For Defense 'Work way, and the refreshments are as
good as served.'
An urgent call to jcome to Wash- A T
igton in connection with the na- ASU eetn
onal defense effort was answered
y Prof. John M. Nickelson yester- Is Schedule
ay when he left Ann Arbor for
le national capital. 'A Western Front-Now'
He will confer with officials of the
rmy and Navy, but the 'subject of Is Discussion Topic
e conference was not disclosed. "A Western Front-Now" will be
rofessor Nickelson, who teaches in "A W n

Draftee Dance
Gelts Approval
From Brandt
The proposed Student Senate-SDD
invitation dance for Fort Custer sol-
diers moved one step closer to reality
with a conditional "go-ahead" from
Prof. Carl G. Brandt, Director of Stu-
dent-Alumni Relations.
Professor Brandt's permission,; ac-
cording to Chairman John Zimmer-
mann, '43, of the senate service com-
mittee,, hinges on campus financial
support for the affair.
"Judging from the reply given by
Fort Custer to a letter sent recently
by the SDD," Zimmermann declared,
"the men are more than willing to
come down here. We've written the
camp again and are waiting for final
The question of finances looms lar-
gest before the senate committee.
Bringing an army contingent to Ann
Arbor opens the problem of transpor-
tation, lodging, board, and entertain-
ment--all "on the house."
"It is here," Zimmermann pointed
out "that we hope to make the dance
an all-campus affair by asking such
organizations as the Interfraternity
Council, the League, the Union, and
Congress for financial cooperation."
The dance plan was originated by
the Student Defenders of Democracy
and later taken up by the senate. An
appeal will probably be made .at the
senate meeting tomorrow Lor addi-
tional committee workers.
SDD Schedules-
Business Meetinw

Publication in the Daly Of ltal
"3idetin i aonstruetve notie to ai
memers of tle university.
Choral Union Members: Members
whose records of attendance are
clear will be issued passes for the
Chicago Symphony Orchestra con-
cert to be given Sunday afternoon,
November 30, at 3:00 o'clock, by call-
ing in person between 10 and 12, and
1 and 4, Friday, November 28, at the
cffice of the University Musical Soci-
ety in Burton Memorial Tower. After'
4 o'clock no passes will be issued.
Charles A. Sink, President
Academic TNotices
Seminar in Physical Chemistry will
meet today in Room 410 Chemistry
Building at 4:15 p.m. Prof. Donald
L. Katz will speak on "Solid hydrates
of hydrocarbons."
Doctoral Examination for Mr. Ed-
ward Clayton Crafts, Forestry and
Conservation; thesis: "A Plan for In-
surance Against Drought on the
Range Lands of Arizona and New
Mexico," today, 2045 Natural Sci-
ence Building, 2:00 p.m. Chairman,
W. F. Ramsdell.
By action of the Executive Board
the chairman may invite members
of the faculties and advanced doctor-
al candidates to attend the examina-
tion and he may grant permission to
those who for sufficient reason might
wish to be present.
C. S. Yoakum, Dean
Economics 221: Professor Haber
will meet the seminar today, 1:00-
3:00 p.m., instead of on Monday,
November 24.
Choral Union Concert: The Chi-
cago Symphony Orchestra, Frederick
Stock, conductor, will be heard Sun-
day afternoon, November 30, at 3:00
o'clock, in Hill Auditorium. Dr. Stock
has arranged a program of composi-
tions by Bach, Strauss, Tschaikow-
sky, Elgar, and Rinsky-Korsakoff.
A limited number of tickets are
still available at the offices of the
University Musical Society in Burton
Memorial Tower.
Charles A. Sink, Presidentt
The Ann Arbor Art Assocation
presents an exhibition of colored
lithographs and wood block prints by
William Zorach and watercolors and
small sculptures by Georges Rouault
in the Rackham Building Exhibition
Galleries, November 26-December 10,
2:00-5:00 and 7:30-9:00 p.m.
Lecture: Morris Raphael Cohen,
Professor of Philosophy at the Un
versity of Chicago, will lecture as
in th arms of SOYEP
will thrill the women...

the first of a series of three speakers
on the subject, "The Failure of Skep-
ticism" at the Rackham Lecture Hall
tonight at 8:15. The series is being
sponsored jointly by The Hillel Foun-
dation, the Newman Club and the
Inter-Guild Council. The tublic is
cordially invited.
University Lecture: Professor Chal-
fant Robinson, Curator of Mediaeval
Manuscripts at Princeton University,
will lecture on the subject, "Mediae-
val Manuscripts," (illustrated), un-
der the auspices of the Department
of History in the Auditorium of the
-Kellogg Foundation Institute on
Thursday, November 27, 'at 4:15
p.m. The public is cordially invited.
University Lecture: Lieutenant
Paul A. Smith, Chief of the Aero-
nautical Chart Section, U.S. Coast
and Geodetic Survey, will lecture on
the subject, "Lands Beneath the
Sea," (illustrated) under the auspices
of the Department of Civil Engineer-
ing on Thursday, November 27, at
4:15 p.m. in the Rackham Amphi-
theater. The public is cordially in-
University Lecture: Lieutenant
Paul A. Smith, Chief of the Aero.
nautical Chart Section, U.S. Coast
and Geodetic Survey will lecture on
the subject, "Preparation of Aero-
nautical Charts," under the auspices
of the Department of Civil Engineer-
ing, on Friday, November 28, at 1:15
p.m. in Room 348 West Engineering
Building. The public is cordially in-

lecture to the junior and senior stu-
dents on Friday, November 28, at 1:30
p.m. in the main Hospital Amphi-
The subject of the lecture will be,
"The Case of Louis 11th-A Study
in Historical Pathology."
Classes will be dismissed for the
seniors and juniors uring this hour
in order that they may attend.
American Chemical Society Lee-
ture: K. K. Darrow of the Bell Tele-
phone Laboratories, New York City,-
will speak on "Physical and Chemical
Forces" at 4:15 p.m., today in Room
303, Chemistry Building.
Events Today
The Research Club will meet in the
Rackham Anphitheatre tonight at
8:00. The papers to be read are:
"Ethnological Field Studies among
the Pueblo Indians" (illustrated) by
Professor Leslie A. Whit', and "The
Structure of the Earth's Crust in the
Central Rockies," by Professor A. J.
Junior Mathematical Society will
meet tonight at^7:30 in 3201 Angell
Hall. Professor Anning will speak.
Election of officers. All interested
are cordially invited,
( C o n t i n u e d o n P a ce 4 )
After Commencement?
Take one of our entering,
wedge courses now.
Ho miJton



Lecture: Professor Chalfant Rob-
insorn, Curator of Mediaeval Manu- William at State .
scripts at Princeton University, will
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Wednesday, Noyember 26, 1941
Michigan Wolverine
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Noodle Soup
Grilled Sirloin Steak with Chili Sauce
French Fried Potatoes
Buttered Peas or Mixed Vegetables
Head Lettuce or Pineapple and Cottage Cheese 'Salad
Rolls and Butter Choice of Drinks
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Dinner Served from 5:15 to 7:00
Guest Price 5 Q- Member Price 40c ~

the discussion topic at a meeting of
the American Student Union to be The Michigan Chapter of the Stu-
held at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the Union. ( dent Defenders of Democracy will
Helen Shulman, '44, will speak and hold a business meeting at 5 p.m. to-
lead the discussion. She will bring day in the Union.
up and answer objections to opening At this meeting plans for the or-
a Western Front. ganization's future activities will be
Dorothy Hale, '42, chairman of the discussed, as well as general problems
committee appointed at the last confronting the Student Defenders
meeting to investigate and enlist of Democracy on this campus.
members in the University defense All members of S.D.D. are expected
courses, will report on the actions to attend the meeting, and non-
of the committee. member who are interested in join-
The members will act upon a pro- ing are also invited to attend,
posal to write letters to Congressmen- -
from Michigan who voted against
neutrality revision to showthem that Shows at 2-4-7-9 P.M.
there are students on the University
campus who do not hold their views.
Prof. Kuethe Will Speak
Prof. Arnold M. Kue'the, of the Last Times Today 0
aeronautical engineering department,
will speak at 8 p.m. today before the
opening session of the Notre Dame
branch of the Institute of Aeronauti-
cal Science, discussing several mod-
- ern problems of aero-dynamics. N t


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