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September 23, 1941 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1941-09-23

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ko Gon Sa Recreational Facilities 100th Birthday
ication weeks after the beginning of classes,- OfU Versly
engi- this year's Arch will come out early rd TUn Of Uni verit
due to the fact that all freshmen To Be Marke<
y, Oct. rti r .-er - *n1 a1 nCas1~ ~n !

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land, '43, Andrew Caughey, '43, Rob-
ert Templin, '43, Robert Burstein,
'43, Robert Mathews, '43, Ted Sharp,
'43E, and Ed Holmberg, '43.
President Sibley has asked that all
students secure their membership
cards before attempting to cash
checks at the Union desk:
First Union job of the year- is
freshman orientation being handled
by Robert Mathews and transfer ori-
entation under the direction of Rob-
ert Burstein.
The first of the week-end Union
dances with Bill Sawyer's Orchestra
begin Friday and Saturday.
The Union student staff is one of
the first-line campus activities, giv-
ing opportunities for administrative
and executive work. Second-semes-
ter freshmen who are scholastically
eligible may try out for the staff by
reporting to the undergraduate of-
fice.
The senior president and secre-
tary as well as the 11-man junior
board are named each May for the
coming year.
Some of the larger projects spon-
sored by the Union during the past
year were the Ice Carnival, Michilo-

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JACK GRADY
deon, the five-cent carnival
the successor to Michigras,
Union formal.

which is
and the

Entire Campus May Contribute
To Periodic Literary Magazine

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Nor does the Perspectives staff
overlook the possibility of itself sub-
mitting meritorious writings to broad-
er brackets in the literary world. The
reward may be inclusion in a nation-
wide anthology or publication in a
recognized magazine.
Although .the contributions which
appear are the best creations to come
from the students during the year,
Perspectives staff members stress the
fact that everyone is eligible to sub-
mit material for judgment. There is
no partiality shown and contribu-
tions are accepted for merit alone.
Because of the diversity of fields rep-
resented-poetry, fiction, non-fiction
and art-there is great opportunity
for creative experiments and an out-
let for every type of writing.
Students desiring to submit any-
thing for consideration will find Per-
spective boxes in both the English
and engineering English department
offices, or they may bring their con-
tributions directly to the Publica-
tions Building, where a drawer is pro-
vided for this purpose,
Lindy's Talk Cancelled ________
NEW YORK, Sept. 22.-(P-The
Columbia Broadcasting System an-
nounced today that a broadcast by
Charles A. Lindbergh, scheduled for
Saturday over its network fromV51
Washington, D. C., had been canceled
by the America First Committee.
The committee could not be
reached for comment.
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September 25th. Open daily until 5 o'clock ...
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