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Band Workig
On Formations,
For Iowa Game
Revelli Working New Men
Into Shape For Initial
Formal Appearance
Its first formal appearance less
than a week away, the University
Marching Band, under the direction
of Prof. William D Revelli, has com-
pleted its organization and is now'
hard at work preparing formations
for Saturday's game.
Although the band will be the
same size as it was last year, it will
contain an unusual number of new
men, due to the large number of ex-
periencedplayers lost through gradu-
ation, the draft and marriage, Pro-
fessor Revelli reported. The loss was,
however, more than offset by the fact
that< there were more tryouts this
year than ever before.
Blessed with two drum-majors of
equal ability, Lynn Stedman, '45, and
Jim Kennedy, '43, the band will make
use of both of them, presenting them
alternately throughout the football
season. In addition two twirlers will
appear with the band on the field.
Personnel of the band this year
will be distributed in 15 ranks of
eight men each. Instrumentation will
include eight trombones, eight bari-
tones, eight saxophones, 24 cornets,
eight horns, eight piccolos, eight per-
cussion, 40 clarinets, eight basses and
two glockenspiels.
President Of Tau Beta Pi
To Leave For Convention
Delegated by, virtue of his position
as president of Tau Beta. Pi. engineer-
ing honor society, Robert T. Wallace,
'42E, will leave today for Philadelphia,
where he will attend the annual na-
tional Tau Beta Pi convention, Oct.
In addition to the usual conven-
tion business meetings, it is planned
that the delegates will attend a foot-
ball game while in Philadelphia.


news of the dorms


' I

Freshmen may think Orientation Week is over but they have yet to be
initiated into the whys and wherefores of this colyum.
With this in mind "we shall dedicate ourselves to the great task re-
maining before us-" to enlighten our public's mind (he needs it) thrice
weekly concerning "dorm dope" and the scintillating activities of Sadee
Sqwirt and Tony Twurp. Thus, we hope, those who wander will not have
wandered in vain,
First item of importance (among important items) with regard to the
dorms is that our "enfant terrible" has now reached the Anniversary, Age.
In other words, chillun, the "News Of The Dorms" is entering its second
year in Daily print . .
Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, then. are your golden-opportunity-
days to discover what social functions you've missed in which dorm (both
sexes). It is our earnest hope that after-all-this Sadee and Tony will still

Defense Work New Enrollment Figures Show
Calls Sadler Men Still Outnumbering Co
From 'U' PosBy WILLIAM A. MacLEOD try with 17 per cent mores
Although figures released by the Smaller increases are repo
________Registrar's office including Monday's the College of Literature, Scie
Redistribution Of Classes enrollments show an increase of 4.8 the Arts, the Schools of Nurs
per cent in the number of women Medicine and the College o
cheduled As Expert and a drop of 10.1 per cent in the neering. the latter two enrol
Leaves For Omaha number of men enrolled, male stu- and two more students resp
dents still outnumber women in all Leading units in point of
National defense struck swiftly and but four divisions of the University. are the literary and enginee
surely at the faculty of the College Antipodes of the co-educational leges xwith 4,709 and 2,060 s
of Engineering last week with the an- equilibrium are the School of Nurs- smallest in number re the6
nouncement that Prof. Walter Sad- ing and the School of Forestry and macists. The new public heal
1er of the civil engineering depart- Conservation. The nursing school ification includes 38 men
ment had been called from the Uni- with 250 women has a male enroll- women.
versity. ment of zero, while the 95 foresters
Taken aback by the unusually short may grow their beards and wear
notice given, the engineering college scratchy shirts entirely unhampered William Renner Nan
is momentarily at loss as to the re- by feminine disapproval. I ROWCMajor At
distribution of Professor Sadler's Substantial decreases, from 24.4 perI
classes. However, it is quite probable cent to 36.8 per cent were reported in Major William E. Renner,
that Dean Ivan C. Crawford of the the graduate school and the law of the University ROTC u
College of Engineering will take over education, business administration ceived his promotion to th
some of the duties vacated. and forestry schools. Besides these, July hi themouior class
Former mayor of Ann Arbor in ad- the College of Pharmacy, the College Jusys7,whilets
dition to his position on the trans- of Architecture and Design and the was at camp,
portation engineering staff, Professor School of Music fell slightly below Major Renner graduatedf
Sadler will go to Omaha, Nebr., where last year's enrollment. University in 1927, eceiving
he will be engaged in the supervision While decreases in the Graduate missine ingme n
of the construction of a new powder I School and the School of Education serve as a graduate of the RC
plant. are partially explained by the separ-
It is probable that the remainder ate classification this year of public has served at Watervliet A
of Professor Sadler's duties will be health students, the greatest prob- station.
taken over by Prof. John S. Worley able cause of the all-University drop _tation.
and Prof. W. J. Emmons, both of the I of 5.8 per cent is the operation of the capita consumption of
transportation engineering depart- Selective Service Act. ur ame forces
ment I Totals for the entire University as times that'of civilians.
---_---_ of Monday night were 6,974 men and
_1 ti . -W 3.297 women. an aggregate of 10.271. I

rted for
snce and
.sing and
of Engi-
lling one
ring col-
66 phar-
th class-
and 60
unit re-
at grAde
of cadets
from the;
g his de-
.He was
ance Re-
OTC and
rsenal in
s present
s canned
is several

rootball Resale Desk
Does Land-Office 'job
The football resale desk at the
Michigan Union set a record of its
own during the weekend when it sold
every ticket turned in, 177 ducats
worth $452.
Desk manager Bob Burstein has
asked that students who turned in
tickets come to the Union student of-
fices between 3 and 5 p.m. any day
this week to claim their money. Le-
gitimate identification must be pre-
Fried Spring Chicken
French Fried Potatoes
and Garnishes
Broiled Beef Tenderloin Sandwich
Italian Spaghetti with Meat Sauce
Gfilled Juicy Hamburger
with Fried Onions
Homemade Bean Soup or Chili
25c up
FREE DELIVERY at 40c up.
Phone 4761
808 S. State .
We also serve )inners
at our counter.

be going steady at the end of the year
"Harmon of Michigan" ran once ,'
again Friday in Michigan House of{
the West Quad as pictures of last
year's Northwestern game were
shown on the second concourse.
Pete Farago, '43, warmed up his
accordion for the boys afterwards
--to the tune of Donuts and Cider-
Flow Concerto.
Sadee Sqwirt is playing hostess
at open houses in girl's dorms this
week ... as Mosher-Jordan, Stock-
well, Martha Cook, Betsy Barbour,
Helen Newberry and Alumnae
House entertain after the Iowa
Mrs. Arthur Vandenberg will be
guest of honor at a tea to be given
from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. at Martha
Cook. Marjorie Keller, '42, chair-
man of the event, has also. invited
heads of various campus organiza-
tions to attend.
Prof. Preston Slosson of the his-

.. are you listening, Bill?

tory department held an open dis-
cussion on current events Sunday
at Williams House of the West
Quad. Prof. Slosson is a frequent
guest in campus dormitories . . .
A tradition of many years'
standing will remain unbroken as
Betsy Barbour holds its annual
popcorn-get-together after closing
hours tomorrow (10:30 p.m. fellas).
Organization work is being
stepped up in the girls' dorms this
week. President Edna Belter, '42,
will conduct a house meeting at
Stockwell Hall today. Jordan has
already chosen its temporary house
government consisting of freshmen
Shirley Rogers, Mary Ellen San-
doz, Cornelia Groefsema, Mary
Jane Congdon, Mary Woods, Peggy
Morgan, Bette Carpenter, Fay
Bronstein, Rose Stoetzel and Betty
Jean Wick. These girls will rule
until elections next month . . .


Earthquake Kills 125
MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Sept. 30.-
(P)-More than 125 persons were be-
lieved killed in a hurricane at Cabo
Graciasdios tonight.

This is a decrease of 637 from last
year's totals of 7,761 men and 3,147
The only substantial increase was
registered by the School of Dentis-

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'Alumnae House is 'way ahead of the other dorms-elections have been
held already. New officers are: Mary Piilo, president; Doris Jean Jones,
vice-president; Millie June Janusch, secretary, and June Gregory, treasurer.
Committee chairmen include Barbara Witters, athletics; Mary Worcester,
social events, and Sara Jean Hauke, merits.
For those who like their rooms dark. West Quad facilities offer a well-
equipped dark room-but not for sleeping. The idea, as you guessed, is to
give an opportunity for the development of photographic powers-and-




WEEK DAY SHOWS at 2--4-7-9 P.M.

Last Times Today!

Coming Thursday


State Troopers'
AidCit vForce
During Games,
For this year's football games, 45
Michigan State Police in uniform and
five detectives will serve as aids to
the Ann Arbor Police Department,
changing the system used in previous
Formerly, a small number of the
state troopers were used in the city,
but this number was also supple-
mented with men from various towns
in the vicinity. These men had to be
insured, paid traveling expenses and
given food while in the city.
Under the new system, however,
the State Police are taken care of en-
tirely by the state, and the city will
save approximately $500 during the
course of the football season.
A further advantage is the fact
that the same troopers will return
for every game, and be assigned the
same corner, so that they will become
familiar with it.
In addition to the men inside the
city limits, the usual number of scout
cars will cover roads leading into Ann
Arbor for the games.
George M. Lawton, 'IL,
Dies Here After Illness
George M. Lawton, 3220 Huron
River Dr., died at his home yesterday'
after an illness of one month.
A graduate of the University's law
school in 1911, Lawton was a letter-
man on the Michigan football team
of '09.

VOL. LII. No. 3 -
Publication in the Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University.
Choral Union Members: Former
members of the Choral Union, sub-
ject to Conductor Thor Johnson's
approval, will automatically be ad-
mitted to the Chorus this season,
provided that they fill out registra-
tion cards at once, at the cffice of
the University Musical Society in
Burton Memorial Tower.
New applicants will please register
for try-out appointments, also at
Charles A. Sink, President
February 1942 Seniors, School of
Education, must file with the Re-
corder of the School of Education,
1437 U.E.S., no later than October 4,
a statement of approval for major
and minors signed by the adviser.
Blanks for the purpose may be ,se-
cured in the School of Education
office or in Room 4 U.H.
School of Education Students -
Changes of Elections: All changes of
elections of students enrolled in this
School must be reported at the Reg-
istrar's Office, Room 4 University
Hall. After October 4 such changes
may be made only after payment of
a fee of one dollar.
Membership in a class does not
cease or begin until all changes have
been thus officially registered. Ar-
rangements made with the instructors
only are not official changes.
Tau Beta Pi: All undergraduate
members, and all alumnus members
intending to become or remain active
please communicate immediately with
Harper H. Hull, Corresponding Secre-
tary, Phone 2-1327.
Harper H. Hull, '42E
The English Language Seminar,

300A, will meet on Tuesday, 4:00-
6:00, in Room 2208 Angell Hall.
C. C. Fries
Academic Notices
Preliminary examinations in French
and German, for candidates for the
doctorate, will be held on Monday,
October 6, at 4:00 p.m., in the amphi-
theatre of the Rackham Building.
Dictionary may be used. Inquiries,
Room 120 Rackham Building, Mon-
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday,
2:15-4:15 p.m.
University Choir: There are posi-
tions available for tenors, baritones,
and basses in the University Choir
(Ensemble 49) under the direction of
Professor Hardin Van Deursen, meet-
ing Monday through Friday at 11:00
a.m., in Lane Hall. Auditions may
be arranged by contacting Professor
Van Deursen at the School of Music.
Room 223, or at Lane Hall any day
day at 11:00 a.m.
Psychology 37, 137: Thursday sec-
tion is the only laboratory section of
these courses which will meet this
week. All students in these courses,
however, are required to attend an
introductory lecture given by Prof.
Shepard on Thursday, Oct. 2, at 5:00
p.m. in Room 3126 N.S. Bldg.
English 20OG: This class will meet
in the Library, Room 303, at 2:00
p.m., Thursday.
C. D. Thorpe
English 211c and 259 will meet to-
day, 4:00 to'6:00, in Room 3217 Angell
English 211f: This class will meet
in the Library, Room 403, at 10
o'clock, Saturday morining.
C. D. Thorpe
English 230-Studies in Spenser
and His Age. Students electing this
course please meet in Professor
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