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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

J Naval Rifle Season To Open

The Naval ROTC rifle team, shoot-
ing the first two encounters of a 27-
match schedule, will open its season
today with a postal match against
NvOTC teams from Yale University
and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Coached by Lt. K. S. Shook, U.S.N.,
with the assistance of Chief Gunner's
Mates Long and Plummer, and led by
captain Art Thomson, '44E, the team
is out to better its last year's record

of 10 victories out of 13 encounters,
including a win over a Michigan
ROTC freshman team.
Shooting this afternoon for the
NROTC, besides Captain Thomson,
will be Mait Comb, '44E, Mort Hun-
ter, '44, Bob Begle, '43, Jack Hayes,
'44E, Caleb Warner, '44E, Harry Mil-
ler, '44E, Nelson Upthegrove, '44E,
and Tom Geiger, '44. The five best
scores posted by these men will be
considered as the team score.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
STUDENT REPORT ON SELECTIVE SERVICE STATUS
(To be filled out only by male students who had reached the age of 21 onl or prior to July 1, 1941.)
A..................................B..... ...........,...
(Last name) (First name) (Middle name). Date of report)
Ho. address: (Street or R.F.D. number) (City) (County) (State)
D. .. .. .............. ..... ..............................................
(Name of institution in which you are enrolled)
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4ddress of institution: (City) (State) (Selective Service order number)

Hillel Foundation To Start
Sunday Religious Service
Reformed religious services will be
inaugurated 11:30 a.m. Sunday by
Hillel Foundation.
The service will be under the direc-
tion of Ralph Berlow, '43, Warren
f ip144 Mildr'r d Grn '9 r

Ann Arbor To Arm
A gainst Any Invasion
Ann Arbor will seek to increase the
city forces when the Armory opens
for volunteers to the local home
guard unit from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. to-
day, Capt. Leslie Wikel, unit coin-
mander, announced yesterday.

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Twenty Members Of Faculty
Will Attend Vacation Meetings

G.
H.

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

13y HOMER SWANDER
Twenty members of the University
faculty ate scheduled during Christ-
mas vacation to attend conventions
and meetings connected with their
various fields of work.
The Modern Language Association
National Convention, to be held in
Indianapolis December 29-31, will call
Piofs. Julio del To'o, A. J. Jobin,
Haywood Keniston and E. B. Ham,
all of the Romance Language Depart-
ment. Jobin and Ham are to present
a paper, while Kgniston, a member
of the executive board, will be chair-
man of one of the convention groups.
Four other faculty members have
announced that they will present pa-
pers at the meeting of the American
Association for the Advancement of
Science in Dallas, Tex., Dec. 29-31.
They are Prof. William R. Taylor and
Dr. John T. Baldwin, of the botany
department, and Profs. Ralph A.
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BALL
SATURDAY
at the
UNION

Sawyer and O. S. Duffendack, of the
physics department.
The history department will have
four representatives at the American
Historical Association meeting in
Chicago, Dec. 29-31. Profs. A. S.
Aiton, A. L. Dunham, W..B. Wilcox
and A. E. R. Boak will all present
papers.
Prof. Kenneth L. Jones, of the bot-
any department, is scheduled to read
a paper before the meeting of the
Bacteriology Society of America in
Baltimore, Dec. 28-30.
Two members of the mathematics
department-Profs. C. C. Craig and
Paul S. Dwyer-have been invited to
address the Institute of Mathematical
Statistics meeting in New York City
Dec. 28-30.
The American Statistical Associa-
tion convention in Berkeley, Calif.,
Dec. 29-31, will also call a member
of the mathematics department-
Prof. A. H. Copeland. He has been
invited to deliver an address.
Prot. Samuel Eilenberg, of the same
department, will present a paper be-
fore the American Mathematical So-
ciety ib Bethlehem, Pa., Dec. 29 to
Jan. 1.
Associate Profs. Chester B. Slaw-
son and Lewis S. Ramsdell of the
mineralogy department,- will present
papers at the Mineralogical Society
of America in Boston, which meets
Dec. 29-31.
The American Physical Society,
meetiig in Princeton, N. J., between
the same dates, will hear a paper
read by Prof. J. M. Cork, of the
physics department.
,It has, also been announced that
the University Press will set up book
exhibits at the American Association
for Advyncement of Science conven-
tion in Dallas, Tex., and at the Amer-
ican Historical Association meeting
in Chicago.
- Buy a Goodfellow Edition --
Heddle Given Award
Fred A, Heddle, '41E, a member of
the hockey squad, was awarded last
night the $100 cash prize given to
that member of a Varsity sport who
has the best scholastic average. Hed-
dle's average for 1940-41 was 3.63.

Date. of birth:
(Use month number
instead of name)

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

Major field and subject:
(e.g.. Commerce-Industrial Management)

..........Month , 1. White

1. Full time
2. Part Time

.Day
........Year

2. Negro"
3. Other

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

M.

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.

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,
16-24856-1

DSS Form 71

N. 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 nunber) (Day) (Year)
(Month-Use number) (Day) (Year)
(Month-Use number) (Day) (Year)

i uuut, wt, .iviraieU Verson, 42, andt Now numbering 57 men, the home
Charles Rothschild, '43. guard will seek to boost that figure
In addition, regular Friday evening to 77, Captain Wikel stated.
services will continue to be held as Men who have been deferred from
in the past. The new services have the draft due to minor injuries or
family responsibilities are urged to
been instituted to serve the needs of report at the armory for registra-
students of reformed thought. tion.
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On what date was the request made?..........s...........................
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Jiere CL hf
OUR NEWEST~
CREAiTION
GARGOYLE'S
aro 4,
M'ALI DAMISEL-LE

'Pasquale, Gloria To Wed
Says Mother Vanderbilt
NEW YORK, Dec. 11.-('P)-Mrs.
Reginald C. Vanderbilt announced to-
Might the engagement of 4er daugh-
ter, Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt, 17-
year-old heiress to more than $4,000,-
000, to Pasquale Di Cicco, motion pic-
ture executive, of Beverly Hills, Calif.
Mrs. Vanderbilt said she and her
daughter would return to Beverly
Hills early next week.,
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FILTERED ENWINE FIlTERS FOR MEDICO PEll
SM K INOKED DL THIS BAK8
66 Baffle Filter whirl-cools smoke; traps juices, flakes
and nicotine in pipes, cigarette and cigar holders.
FINEST BROAR mom if tAm Buy

For Practical
Giving -

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leathers. Front $1.00 to $3.95

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F or color and warmth new
long sox-short sox and
anklets of soft wool and
lisle dyed to match her
sweaters. Anklets from 39c.
Wool sox from Oc to $1.50.
Lisle sox.
HAND-MATES
1l: by HANSEN
Just like her best beau's. Slip
ons made of pigskin, deerskin
at $3.00 and $5.00.
It's the Glove that has taken
America by storm. Also now
l THORODRED
$200 is made of double woven cotton
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