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April 04, 1942 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1942-04-04
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English class to dles to dispel the goOm.

"Select" Selective Service - Dr. Robert M. Hutchins, president of the University of Chicago,
and, at 43, still one of the nation's youngest university heads registers for selective service. Dr.
Hutchins was an ambulance driver in the last war. Acme

'For Men Only - Owing to decreased enrollment resulting from the war,
Wake Forest College for men decided to admit women students of junior
standing for the duration. Penny Clark, the first woman to enroll, is caught
changing the college highway marker. Collegiate Digest Photo by ai.more

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Pulling for the Armed Forces - Students at Iowa State College (Ames) staged an all-out
taffy pull, using some thousand pounds of sugar (before rationing) and cooking it over stoves
in fraternity and sorority houses and food laboratories. The candy wtill be sent to former Iowa
College students now serving in the armed forces. (Note the "V" for Victory formed by the
taffy.) Acme

Dressing Up For Defense - Doris Disney, center, gets the finishing t
tume which she wears as a member of one of the mobile units which the TI
sylvania State College are sending to army camps in Pennsylvania. The o
tore are, Cheryl Charlson, left, and Mildred Johnson. Nearly 75 Penn Stat
ing their time and ability in order to provide entertainment for soldiers on c
State. cO

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