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R 14, 1941 TIlE MICHGAN. DAILY

In The Goodfellow DVer's Seat
INSTRUCTIONS TO GOODFELLOW SALESMEN:
1. The salesmen scheduled to sell at 7:45 a.m. are to report to The Daily office at 7:30 a.m. for buckets,
papers and instroietions. Those not preceded by anyone at their post should likewise report to the Student
Publications Building to obtain materials.
2. Any questions or difficulties should be reported imrmediately to the Goodfellow Editor, 2-3241.
Salesmen scheduled for 12:00 posts on the diagonal, in the engineering arch, in the League and on the
Union steps are to turn over their materials to faculty salesmen and stand by ready to take over whenever
the faculty wish to leave..
4. Post should not be left until a successor appears; materials may be turned over to him. Last salesman
at each post should turn inhis material to The Daily office.
5. Those directed to downtown posts will come to The Daily first. If possible they will be given transporta-
tion. The following will report to The Daily at the agreed times for downtown work assignments:
Dorothy Briddon, Dorothy Arthur, Jack Muehl, Norman pSchwartz, Ruth Fritz, LeRoy Brooks, Irving Jaffe, Ted King,
Prieskel, Audrey Herschel, Leon Gordenker, Herbert Edelhertz, Beryl Shoenfield, Audrey Rubenstein, Ann Anielewski, Betty
Awry, Kay Ruddy, Morton Mintz.

BEHIND MAIN LIBRARY
7:45-
Ed Perlberg
Fred Ginsberg
Bunny Bunnell
9:00-
Marion Ford
Sue Stevenson
Jo Murray
10:00-
Al' Owens
Doris Allen
Ruth Thomas
11:00-
Norm-Gall
Jack Flagler
Earle Harris
Connie Tabor
12:00-
Hilda Slautterback
Paul Keenan
1:00-
Hal Wilson
Gus Sharemet
D. Burton
Jean Brodie
2:00-
Richard Shuey
Edmund Grossberg
3:00-
Paul Goldsmith
Bob Buell
4:00-
Jean Caldwell
Mary Virginia Mitchell
ALUMNI MEMORIAL HALL
STEPS
7:45-
Sally Stroh
9:00-
Harriet Horowitz
10:00-
Lou C'onc,
Art Nikkel
Gerald Hewitt
11:00-
Ken Kardon
12:00-
John Zimmerman
1:00-
Millie Bernsteih
Betty Leibson
2:00-
Dave Lynch
Jack Emory
~3:00-
Barbara Sternfels
Margaret Emery
4:00- t
Marilyn Katz
ARCADE at STATE
7:4 5-
Stella Zatocky
Nel Fead
9:00-
Barb Jenswold
George Sallade
10:00-
'Eugene Mandeber'g
Jean Gilmer
11:00-
Gloria Nishon
Dick Simon
12:00---
Myron Dann
Will Sapp
Alvin Dann
1:00-
May June Hostreiter
Dan Behrman
2:00-
Homer Swander
Bob Killins
3:00-
Harry Levine

Bill MacLeod
4:00--
Dave Pollock
Thelma Hauer
CENTER of LAW QUAD
7:45-
R. E. Cope
Richard Kebbler
9:00--
:0Herb McCord
A. Westerman
D. Longworth
10:00-
D. Schoel
J. Linker
11:00-
R. E. Cope
J. R. Lind
Bob Eich -
12:00-
Paul Keenan
Bill Clark
Bill Muehl
Sue Stevenson
1:00-
C. Grimerwald.
Will Coulter
Bill Watkins
2:00-
D, Shoel
Bob Eich
Buck Dawson
3:00- 0
Lettie Gavin
Charlotte Conover
4:00-
Herb McCord
Ken Mollhageii
NORTH ENTRANCE
TO ANGELL HALL
7:45-
Cunningham
Bill Hurley,
9:00-
Bob Porter
Bob King
John Kautz
10:00-
Bob Shgdd
Jim Collins
11:00-
Wayne Stille
Bob Titus
John Sharemet
12:00-
Dave Nelson
Allen Mundt
1:00-
Dick Schirling
John Leidy
2:00-
Bill Melzow
Bill Dobson
3:00-
Bud Chamberlain
John Gillis
4:00-
Bill Todd
UNION STEPS
7:45- ,
Bob Shott
Bob Burstein
Andy Skaug
9:00-
Herb Heavenrich
10:00-
Bob Shott
Elizabeth Mahlman
11:0:0-Y
Jack Grady
Bob Shott
12:00-
Bob Sibley
1:00-
Dick Ford

Bob Schwin
Tracy Freeman
2:00-
Herb Heavenrich
George Roney
Bud Brandt
Bill Schoedinger
Herb Heavenrich
Dick Ford
Orrie Barr
4:00-
Marvin Borman
ANGELL HALL STEPS
7:45-
Lee Doyle
Dave McCalmont
9:00-
Wayne Christenson
Ben Douglas
10:00-
John Wise
Jack Ogle
11:00-
Mel Camien
Ben Smith
Bud Hendel
12:00-
Sherry Shreve
Emile Gele
Janet Hiatt
1:00-
John Fletcher
Bob Matthews
Bill Cochran:
Wally Rosenbaum
2:00
Bob Ufer
Frank McCarthy
Pete Wingate
3:00-
Jim Skinner
4:00-
Clarence Brimmer
ENGINEERING ARCH
7:45-
Mercedes Mathews
Martha McMillan
John Fletcher
9:00-
Frances Ferguson
Virginia Bordman
10:00-
Sally Loughhead
Barbara Amsbury
Jane Baits
11:00-
Marjorie Teller
Jeanne Crump
12:00-
Marjorie Lovejoy
Alice Haas
1:00-
Helen Garrels
Sybel Hansen
Barbara Newman
2 :00-
Marnie Gardner
Louise Higberg
Lorraine Judson
3:00-
Viola Modlin
Betty Sachs
Harriet Heames
4:00-
Charlotte Riggen
Marjorie Killens
Margaret Halbert
CENTER of DIAGONAL
7:45-1
Betty Altman
Shirley Risburg
Hugh Ayres

John White
9:00-
Rosebud Scott
Rhoda Leshine
Brad Higbie
10:00-
Dorothy Anderson
Jean Krise
Warren Westrate
11:00-
Emile Root
Jean Hubbard
Bob Judson
12:00-
Janet Grace
Martha Opsion
Suzanne Scheffer
Jack Hooper
1:00-
Doris Cuthbert
Elizabeth Luckham
Don Stevenson
2:00-
Pearl Brown
Donna Baisch
Paul Jones
3:00-
Shirley Risberg
Marion Chown
4:00-
Mildred Curtis
Betty Partenfelder
FRONT of LEAGUE
7:45-
George Gotschall
Lawton Hammett
9:00-
Burr French
Bob Porter
10:00-
Verne Kennedy
Bob Schulze
11:00-
Henry Fielding
Jack Browman
12:00-
Alex Wilkie
Tom Gamon
1:00-
Stan Allen
Bob Summerhays
2:00-
Bob Collins,
Bill Ackerman
3:00-
Lawton Hammett
4:00-
Stan Hartman
CORNER NORTH UNIVERSITY
AND EAST UNIVERSITY
7:45-.
Frances Aaronson
Carla Meyerson
9:00-
Peggy Sanford,
Jake Fahrner
10:00-
Rosebud Scott
Veitch Purdom
11:00-
Virginia Durry
12:00-
Helen Rockoff
1:00-
Virginia Appleton
Grant Hagen
Doris Hendricks
2:00-
Peg Polumbaum
Anna Williams
3:00-
Grace Miller
Phyllis Lovejoy

National Head
Of Engimeers
To Speak Here
Kirkpatrick Will Address
AIChE-AIME Banquet
in Union Tomorrow
The importance of magnesium in
war production will be given due at-
tention at 6:15 p.m. tomorrow when
5.. D. Kirkpatrick, national president
of the American Institute of Chemical
Engineers, addresses a joint AIChE-
AIME banquet on the subject "Mag-
nesium, the Cinderella Metal" in the
Union.
Editor-in-chief of Chemical and
Metallurgical Engineering magazine,
in addition to being AIChE president,
Mr. Kirkpatrick will find more than
usual interest in the. University stu-
dent chapters, as . Michigan's own
Dow Chemical Co. has pioneered in
the production of magnesium.
Also scheduled - for the evening's
program, according to AIChE chair-
man Bill Collamore,''42E, is the an-
nouncement of the name of the junior
AIChE member with the highest
scholastic average. An award will be
presented as part of the banquet pro-
gram.
Adding additional interest to his
talk, Mr. Kirkpatrickwill show movies
illustrating important points in his
talk, and will also bring along samples
to be passed around among the stu-
dents.
Particularly vital in the manufac-
ture of airplanes, magnesium is play-
ing an important role in war produc-
tion because of its lightness and
strengthening qualities, and is even
being substituted for aluminum in
some cases,.
Tickets for the banquet may be ob-
tained tomorrow in Room 2028 of
the East Engineering Building, or may
be. purchased from officers and mem-
bers of either society.
- Buy a Goodfellow Edition -
(Continued from Page 1)

News Of The Dorms:StUdent lothing
Christmas Celebrations To B He111d IstFintshin
The student clothing di
"" " ""ia CloVng Weea O Scho l the conclusion of thefi
its campaign yesterday _
Adelia Cheever will hold a formal given to the Christmas Bureau. To- to collect warm clothil
Christmas dinner tomorrow with morrow after dinner the Glee Club needy, as collection toc
Dean Alice Lloyd, Miss Jeanette will also entertai Mr. and Mrs. Fred- League Houses, Coopei
Ferry, Mrs. Byri Bacher, Mr. and erick B. Jordian with the singing of rooming houses.
Mrs. Edward Bragg, Mrs. Clifford Christmas carols. A spokesman for the
Woody and Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Every member of the faculty has nounced that the respc
Smith numbered among the guests. been invited to the West Quad's drive was very strong a
Betsy Barbour danced to the music super deluxe faculty reception that hoped the fraternities,
of Tom Snyder and his orchestra at will be held there tomorrow and sororities would be
the traditional Christmas Formal held Jordan will hear a pixilated version as well, as the group w
there Friday. of Dickens' "Christmas Carol" at on them for the bulk of
Jordan Hall's Glee Club will en- 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. It was written by tions. Students of the
tertain after dinner today. The girls Jane Farrant and Nancy Northrup organizations and donr
are all supposed to bring stockings and Jane will also take the role of dents have until Wedne
to dinner with them. These will be Bob Cratchet in the presentation. their contributions in.
I You'll sing" OW DRY I AM in these Rubber

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cause' "the world has never known
anything approximating the cost in-
volved in this world-wide struggle."
Testifying as the committee began
hearings on the new draft bill,' Her-
shey urged a "calm, cool" approach
and said that there was no thought of
"hysterical rushing to classify every-
body."
"The time is not here, but prob-
ably is approaching when additional
men must be ready," he said. "We
must not take every man regardless of
his physical condition or no matter
how many dependents he may have.
"The question is whether you are
going to have a manpower bill that
will meet any emergency.
Hershey, wto supervised the first
draft registration last year, expressed
the opinion that the next registra-
tion probably would not be before
July' 1, 1942; that he would first ex-
haust the estimated x,000,00( men
still eligible for training under the
present law; and that he probably
would want to explore next the avail-
ablity of men above 35:
The World
At WarToday
(By The Associated Press)
U.S. announces Japanese invad-
ers wiped out of Lingayen on west
coast of Luzon, P.I.
Japanese bombers kill at least
75, wound 300 in war's worst rain
on Manila.
War, Department announces
20 Japanese bombers shot down
in initial dawn attack on Pearl
Harbor, Hawaii.last Sunday.
Dutch announce their submar-
ines sink four Japanese trans-
ports carrying 4,000 men off Thai-
Iland.
British announce three Italian
cruisers destroyed by British and
Dutch destroyers in, Mediterran-
ean: say trapped Axis forces at-
tacked in I1ibyan desert.
Russians report they are press-
ing their advantage against 51
beaten and retreating German
divisions around Moscow.
Chinese announce capture of
town north of Hongkong.
-Washington -concedes probable
loss of Guam.
Japanese say Hongkong is
doomed with alleged capture of
Kowloon Peninsula; one Japan-
ese ambassador even says Hong-
kong captured.
Japanese announce U.S. battle-
ship Arizona sunk.

Cavalry-styling in a Sock-
Hi Boot with Non-Skid
Soles! RED! BROWN!
WHITE!

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.."MICHIGAN M111ILTARY MEN '...
JRy The Guntier

J

On, December 12, at another
ACAFS at Brooks Field Texas,
Wendell E. Lenz, of Sheboygan,
Wis., also received the silver wings
and gold bars of an Air Corps sec-
ond lieutenant. And at a second
Texas airfield, the original "West
Point of the Air," two other Uni-
versity men, Frank E. Werneken,
Jr., and William A. Prentice com-
pleted the basic course. They are
now ready for the advanced train-
ing given at Victoria and Brooks
Field.
* *
Only news from the Old Army
comes from the Cavalry Replacement
Training Center at Ft. Riley, Kansas.-
When the Centaurs. the CRTC'sj
football representatives in the Army's
gridiron battles, marched off the field

following the end of the Kansas All-
Star tilt, many former collegiate stars
wrote finis to theiw first year of Army
competition.
Among this group was Pvt. Fred
Trosko, hard-hitting fullbaclk and for-4
mer Flint High School. and Univer-
isty of Michigan athlete. Trooper
Trosko, having completed his basic
training period, will remain attached
to. the cavalry center to assist in the
recreation division.
* * *
Back in the flyieg personnel, but
in the sea-going service, Edward G.
Bull, of Ann Arbor, completed his
advanced flight training at Pensa-
cola, Fla., and was commissioned
with the rank of Ensign in the Navy
Air Corps.

Army Forms
For Weekends
FORT CUSTER, Dec. 13-(N)-
Army officials today announced de-
tails to -govern arrangements for visi-
tors as Fort Custer faced its first war-j
time weekend.
Col. Hammond D., Birks, command-
ing officer of the reception center,
and Col. Robert T. Phinney, Fort Cus-
ter commander, emphasized that the
arrangements were apt to be cancelled
or changed without notice.
All soldiers in the fifth division
were allowed visitors Saturday and
Sunday and those in the reception
center, where selectees are quartered
when they first arrive at the camp,
may receive visitors at any time.
Vistors must drivL to the Fort on
the. Dickman Road and stop at the
entrance ,to the east gate where they
will be confronted by sentries. They
must inform the sentries the purpose
of their call.

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will be no meeting of Ariston League
on account of thedMessiah concert.)
7:15 p.m. Student Fellowship will
entertain a group of under-privi-
leged boys at a Christmas party in
the church parlor. Features of the
evening will be a Christmas tree,

7:30 p.m.-Christmas Program.
Disciples Guild: 6:30 p.m. Tea and
a social half hour at the church.
At 7:00 o'clock the students will sing
carols in front of the church in pre-
paration for the Christmas program
of music, pageantry and drama;
which begins at 7:30 p.m. The pub-
lic is invited.

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