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30, 1941

TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICCW AN JAILY

'M' Graduates
End Air Corps
Basic Training
Former Students To Enter
Advanced Course; Army
Commissions Next Step
Six former University students
completed their ten-week period of
basic training at Randolph Field
Sept. 27, to move on to advanced
fields as the final step toward their
wings and commissions in the Army
Air Corps.
The six are Wendell E. Lenz, '41,
of Sheboygan, Wis.; Stephen Poles-
chuk, '40, of Youngstown, Ohio; Rob-
ert E. Kennedy, '41, of Chicago, Ill.;
Robert N. Beals, '39, of Owosso;
George H. Bennett, of Albion, and
Walter F. Stebens, Jr, '40, Detroit.
Two hundred eighty-five Aviation
Cadets graduated in this, the ninth
class of the year and the last which
will receive its wings in 1941. Ap-
proximately 80 per cent of these po-
tential pilots are former students or
graduates of colleges and universities,
126 schools being represented in Ran-
dolph's latest graduating class.
Reporting to Randolph Field in
mid-July, these pilots-to-be had
learned the fundamentals of flying
200-horsepower airplanes at Air Corps
elementary training schools. Now,.
having completed their basic/ train-
ing they are 'scheduled for a final
10 weeks at advanced or specialized
Air Corps schools before 'receiving
their commissions.
Randolph Field is training 4,500
AviationCadets annually under the
expansion program of the Air Corps
which calls for 30,0(R fliers each
year. Classes report to the flying
line every five weeks and as they
arrive, the graduation class trans-
fers to'an advanced school.
Ann Arbor

H. Guetzkow,
Co-op Council
Head, Resigns
At the initial Inter-Cooperative
Council meeting of the year Sunday,
President Harold Guetzkow, Grad.,
announced that he would be unable
to continue in office, as he will not
be at the University this year.
Robert Morrow, Grad., will serve
as acting president until Oct. 24,'
when both a new president and a
vice-president will be selected by vote
of all the members of the cooperative
houses belonging to the Inter-Co-
operative Council.
The candidate receiving the 'sec-
ond highest number of votes will be-
come vice-president.
Richard Shuey, '42, was appointed
delegate to the Ann Arbor Coopera-
tive. 4huey, president of Congress,
men's independent association, was
also made a member of the Univer-
sity Relations Committee of the In-
ter-Cooperative Council, along with
William Ditz, '42, assistant art edi-
tor of the Michiganensian.
The Personnel Committee, which
has been conducting interviews for
applicants for room and board in the
various houses, has announced, that
all the rooming vacancies are filled.
However, there are still several board-
ing vacancies. A
All interested in eating at one of
the cooperative houses should tele-
phone Owen Schwam at 2-2143. In-

Shakespearean
Part Awarded
To MacFarland
Former Play Production
Star Will Make Debut
In New York This Fall
News that Ada MacFarland, for-
mer student of Play Production
classes here, is onher way up the
ladder of success reached our earsa
yesterday as Valentine B. Windt, di-
rector of Play Production announced
that she has just signed a contract
to play in Maurice Evans' "Macbeth"
to open in New York this fall.
Miss MacFarland will be remem-
bered by Ann Arbor audiences for her
portrayal of Beatrice in "Much Ado
About Nothing" this year and also
for her outstanding work as Regina
in "The Little Foxes" this summer.
Other plays to her credit include
"Trelawney of the Wells" and "Mar-
gin for Error."
According to Mr. Windt, Miss Mac-
Farland received her opportunity
through the recommendations of
Whitford Kane, noted actor and di-
rector, and Hiram Sherman who
played opposite her in one of the
Dramatic Season plays this spring.
Margaret Webster, celebrated wo-
man director, is in charge of the
production of "Macbeth"

Naval ROTC Enrollees 'Welcomed

By JAMES CONANT
One hundred twenty-three en-
rollees and 16 Naval Science students
were welcomed to the Michigan Naval
ROTC in a brief ceremony at 7:30
p.m. yesterday in the Natural Sci-
ence, Auditorium. Capt. Lyal A. Dav-
idson, USN, addressed the freshmen
and also the unit's 90 returning soph-
omores.
Those who were selected for the
NROTC this year are only one-third
of the men who applied for admis-
sion to the unit. A stiff physical ex-
amination took a heavy toll of Navy

hopefuls, and a 'naval aptitude" ex-
amination was required as well.
In addition to Captain Davidson,
retiring Battalion Commander B H.
Crawford and incoming Commander
J. A. MacTier addressed the NROTC
gathering last night. The new stu-
dent officers for the unit were also
announced at the meeting.
Heading the corps this year will be
Battalion Commander MacTier rand
Battalion Sub-Commander H. S.
Townsend, who replace Crawford and
N. H. Upthegrove, and A. M. Comb.

The other positions in the corps, down
to the lowest petty officer, have also
en rotated, in order to give the
greatest possible number of sopho-
mores valuable experience in lead-
ership.
The new issue of the "Pelorus,"
monthly magazine published by the
cadets of the NROTC, was distributed
at the meeting last night. It is head-
edl by a message from Captain David-'
son, greeting the unit and welcoming
the class of '45.
Prominent articles in the issue in.-

ude biographical sketches of the
officers and chiefs of the unit, an
account of the old naval custom of ta-
tooing. and a resume of the athletic
activities ofsmembers of the unit last
year. The staff of the "Pelorus" for
this issue was composed of Robert
Boucher, '44P, Jack Brown, '44E,
Jim Conant. '44, Phil Hanson, '44,
Nelson Upthegrove, '44E, and Caleb
Warner, '44E.
Prevention of ice formation in in-

take systems
studied by the
merce.

of aircraft is being
Department of Com-

Prominent articles in the issue in- merce.

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University of Michigan Registrar's Office
STATISTICAL SERVICE
Enrollment through Monday night, September 29, 1941,
compared with the 1940 enrollment of corresponding day.

Schdol or

Coll.

-1941
Men Women Total

1940
Men Women Total

Gain
or
Loss

Here Is Today's
In Summary

News

Ann Arbor's Fire Department had
one of their busiest weekends in
months this past Saturday and Sun-
day when six fires were reported
which called out the department
equipment.k
However, at east one of the fires
was brought to the fire station, rather
than the firemen going after it. Har-
old L. McCrumb, 824 McKinley Ave.,
drove to the fire station when the
rear seat of his car caught fire from
a cigarette. The burning cushion was
rushed under a water faucet and ex-
tinguished.
* * *
Although 56 students have al-
ready registered for the two pilot-
training courses offered by the
University in connection with the
CAA, it will still be possible to enter
the courses for a limited time.
Applications should be made all
this week in the aeronautical en-
gineering department, East Engi-
neering Building.
Local merchants are expecting a
land office business today as towns-
people will be .rushing to complete
as much shoppingaas possible before
the new defense taxes begin tomor-
row.
A portion of the taxes recently
voted by Congress will be straight ad-
ditions to the retail price, but some
of the taxes will be in "hidden" form.
Reports from both city'and county
officers again show a large number
of accidents over the week-end. Most
of those reported were automobile
collisions, but in at least one instance,
a pedestrian was struck and injured
by a bicycle.
Lieut. Allison W. Id, 13 Observa-
tory St. who recently returned to
Manila, Philippine Islands, has been
promoted to the rank of Captain, the
War Department has announced.

L., S., and A.
Engineering
Medicine
Law
Pharmacy
Dentistry
Arch. & Design
Education
Bus. Admin.
For. & Con.
Nursing
Music
Public Health
Graduate
Total ........
Duplicates ...
Net Total ....

2,530
2,050

2,179 4,709
10 2,060

2,663 1,990
2,052 q
411 37

4,653
2,058
448

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420 29 449
387 12 399
48 18 66,
169 37 206
187 118 305
76 130 206

594 13 607
62 14 76
151 25 176
200 138 338
88 238 326

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7,044 3,301 10,345
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132 142 274
*Included in Edu-

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and Grad.
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7,850 3,155 11,005
89 8 97

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The final first semester enrollment for 1940-41 was: Men--8,412;
Women-3,639; Total-12,051.
*Partially explains Education and Graduate decrease.
**Loss: Men-787, or 10.1%; Gain: Women-150, or 4.9%.
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