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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Dance Elections Will Be I

DAILY

OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

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STUDENT REPORT ON SELECTIVE SERVICE STATUS
(To be filled out only by male students who had reached the age of 21 on or prior to July 1, 1941.)
........................B. ....... .... ... . .....
(Last name) (First name) (Middle name) (Date of report).
Home address: (St eet or R.F.D. number) (City) (County) (State)
(Name of institution in which you are enrolled)
.F. ...............................................

Address of institution

(City)

(State)

(Selective Service order number)

(Coninued from Pag 1)
lege posts are George Gardner, Dave
Gardner. Jerry Powel. Warren Watts,
David Buck, Lynn~ Stedman, Irwin
Kasle and MiltonKettler. The wom-
en candidates are Lucy Miller, Mar-
jorie McCullough. Margaret Sadler,
Betty May Gilmore, Patricia McGraw
and Cornelia Groefsema.
The engineering and architecture
candidates include Stephen Selby,
Henry Cohen, Carl Otien, Charles
Rogers, Robert Mann, Walter Bauer,
Ted Gier, John Koch and Mary Anne
Jones.
Frosh Frolic, Senior Ball Elections'
The balloting places for Frosh
Frolic and Senior Ball and those who
will be in charge of them are as fol-
lows:
Literary School:
1:00-Bud Burgess, John Kuivenen.
2:00-Hal Coleman, John Kuivenen.
3:00-Bill Loughborough.
4:00-Bill Loughborough.
Engine School:
1:00-H. Cooper, A. J. Geib.
2:00-George Roney.
3:00-Al Anderson.
4:00-Al Anderson.
If - - -.1

* ON THE EYES

Forestry School:
10:00-Ed Holmberg.
11:00-Ora Sievers, Bob Schwyn.
Architecture School:
11:00-Orrie Barr.
3:0O-W. lacette.
4:00-W. Racette.
Education School:
3:00-Bob Shott.
4:00-Bob Shott.

Local Board number and address: (City) (State)

Date of birth:
(Use 'nonth number
instead of name)
.... Month
.Day
.Year

I. Race: J. Type of student: K.
(Circle correct (Circle correct
number) number)

Major field and subject:

(e.g., Commerce-Industrial Management)

1. White
2. Negro
3. Other

1. Full time
2. Part Time

L. Future line of work after completion of studies:
(e.g.. Accounting, Chemical Research)

.-
, ,
Y ,,
l
,'' ,
--

Class in school:
(Circle correct number in a or b.)
a. Students in undergraduate (arts and sciences) colleges,
students in preprofessional curricula, and students in
professional curricula leading to first professional de-
gree:
0. Unclassified. 3. Junior or Third Year.
1. Freshman or First Year. 4. Senior or Fourth Year.
2. Sophomore or Second
Year.I

b. Students in graduate schools, and students in
professional curricula beyond first profession-
al degree:

5. First Year.
6. Second Year.
7. Third Year.

8. Fourth Year.
9. Unclassified.

DSS Form 71

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,Prop yourself' up with pil-
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Be sure you have proper light
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SeletiveServce lassficaion

Selective Service Classification :
(If not yet classified, write "None".)
.Present classification.
..:........Previous classification.
(If any)
.............Previous classification.
(If any)

O. Date Classification Notice was received:
(Month-Use number) (Day) (Year)
(Month-Use number) (Day) (Year)
..m.. .. .. .. .. .... .. ... ..... . .
(Month-Use number) (Day) (Year)

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Have you requested Class II (occupational) deferment from your local board?
(Circle number in' correct column)
On what date was the request made?...................................
(Month-Use number) (Day) (Year)
Has your school requested Class II deferment for you from your local board?
(Circle number in correct column)
On what date was the request made?...........................
(Month-Use number) (Day) (Year)
QUESTIONS R THROUGH V T BE ANSWERED ONLY BY STUDENTS CLASSIFIED
IN 1-A OR STILL UNCLASSIFIED
Has the probable date of your induction been requested from your local board?
(Circle number in correct column)
On what -date was the request made?....................................
(Month-Use number) , (Day)t. (Year)
Has the probable date of your induction been obtained from your local board?
(Circle number in correct column)*
If so, what is the probable date of your induction? .............................
(Month-Use number) (Day) (Year)
Has postponement of your induction date (as distinguished from deferment) been requested
from your local board? (Circle number in correct column)
Has postponement of your induction date been assured by your local board?
(Circle number in correct column)
If so, until what date?. ... ..........................
(Month-Use number) (Day) (Year)
On what date does the current school term end?.. ...... ............... ...
(Month-Use number) (Day) (Year)

Yes
1

No
2

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THURSDAY, IDECEMBER 11, 1941
VOL. LII. No. 63
Publicatli in the Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University.

Notices
Male Students aged 21 on or before
July 1, 1941: All male students in the
University who reached the age of
21 on or prior to July 1, 1941, areI
asked to fill out a "Student Report
on Selective Service Status" on the
official questionnaire card which is
reproduced in connection with this
issue of the Daily Official Bulletin.

This is by request of the National
Headquarters of' the Selective Serv-
ice System, which has been asked by
the U.S. Senate Committee on Mili-
tary Affairs for a report containing
information about the deferment and
postponement of induction of col-
lege and university students. All stu-
dents' concerned should proiptly
secure cards at the places named be-
low and answer the questions asked.
A complete survey is desired.
Students in the College of Litera-
ture, Science, and the Arts may make
their reports 8:00 a.m.-12m., Thurs-
day, Friday, or Saturday, or 1:30-1

4:30 p.m. Thursday or Friday, Stu-
dents enrolled in other units should
report 1:30-4:30 p.m., Thursday or
Friday, or 8:00 a.m.-12m. Saturday.
The places where report cards
should -be secured and turned in when
properly filled out are as follows:
Students in the College of Litera-
ture, Science and the Arts: Record-
er's Ofice, 4 University Hall.
Engineering students: 348 West
Engineering Building.
Medical students: Recorder's Of-
fice, 123 W. Medical Building.
Law students: 200 Hutchins Hall.
(Continued on Page 4)1

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