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H 1II0IA DAILY

LY, FEBRUARY 17, 194T

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETINf
(Continued from Page 2)]
Forms will be available this (Tues-c
day) afternoon after 2 p.m. and on1
Wednesday. They must be returned1
within 24 hours after they are re-;
ceived.
College of L.S. and A. Freshmen
and Sophomores-Office of the Aca-
demic Counselor Juniors and Seniors
-Concentration advisers.
College of Engineering: In class'
assemblies to be announced in the
College.
Graduate School: Classified stu-
dents-Office of the department of
specialization. Unclassified students,
1014 Rackham Bldg.
School of Bus. Adm. Office of Pro-
fessor M. H. Waterman.
All other Schools and Colleges:'
Office of the school or college. gs
All counselors and advisers are
prepared to assist you in filling the
form. All information will be held'
strictly confidential. Please act1
promptly.
The University War Board
Home Loans: The University In-
vestment office, 100 South Wing, will
be glad to consult with anyone con-
sidering building or buying a home,
or* refinancing existing mortgages
and is eligible to make F.H.A. loans.
SOn Friday, Feb 20
BILL,
and his
ORCHESTRA
will be at theO
Michigan League
for the Second Annual
4 44
J W 'EATER,
$1.10 couple
r Dancing Starts at 9 p.m. j

Detroit Armenian Women's Club
Scholarship: The Detroit Armenian
Women's Club offers a 'scholarship
for $100 for the year 1942-43 for
which young men and women of
Armenian parentage, living in the
Detroit metropolitan district who
demonstrate scholastic ability and
possess good character and who have,
had at least one year of college work,
are eligible. Further information
may be obtained from me.
Dr. Frank E. Robbins,
1021 Angell Hall
Students, College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts: Election cards
filed after the end of the first week
of the semester may be accepted by
the Registrar's Office only if they are
approved by Assistant Dean Walter.
Students who fail to file their elec-
tion blanks by the close of the third
week, evenhthoughthey have regis-
tered and have attended classes un-
officially, will forfeit their privilege
of continuing inthe College for the
semester. If such students have paid
any tuition fees, Assistant Dean Walt-
er will issue a withdrawal card for
them.
Alien (Enemy) Registration: The
Office of the Counselor to Foreign
Students hasreceived the regulations
as to alien enemies pertaining to
registration as follows:
All German, Italian, and Japanese
nationals (persons born in these
countries or in Austria who have
not received FINAL papers of
citizenship and have not yet tak-
en the oath of allegiance to the Unit-
ed States before a Federal Judge) are
required to file application for a
Certificate of Identification at the
Ann Arbor General Postoffice up to
February 28. Failure to comply with
the new regulations may be punished
by severe punishments including
possible internment of the enemy
alien for the duration of the war.
The alien enemy must furnish the
following documents and information
at the time of the application: 1) the
alien enemy must present his Alien
Registration Card. All persons who
have not as yet received their cards
should report to the Counselor's Of-
fice at once for information con-
cerning obtaining his card; 2) the
alien enemy must present three
photographs which are 2x2 inches
in size and which have been taken
within 30 days of the date they are
submitted. They must be on thin
paper, unmounted, and unretouched,
and must have light background.
They must show the alien with-
out a hat and full front view.
Snapshots and group or full-length
photograph will not be accepted;
3) the alien enemy must be prepared
to' fill in a questionnaire concerning
himself.
The Counselor and the Assistant
Counselor will be glad to help the
persons concerned in the above regu-
lations with regard to any questions
or problems arising out of the regis-
tration or application.

To All Faculty Members and Staff:
Special Employment Time Reports
must be in the Business Office on
Friday, February 20, to be included
in the roll for February. Pay day
will be Friday, February 27.
Edna G. Miller,
Payroll Clerk
Students, College of Literature, S-'
ence, and the Arts: Students whose
records carry reports of I or X either
from the first semester, 1941-42, or
(if they have not been in residence
since that time) from any former
session, will receive grades of E unless
the work is completed by March 9.
Petitions for extensions of time.
with the written approval of the in-
structors concerned, should be ad-
dressed to the Administrative Board
of the College, and presented to Room
4, University Hall, before March 9.
E. A. Walter.
School of Music: An assembly of
all students is called for Wednesday
evening, February 18, at 7:15 in the
School of Music Auidtorium, to fill
out questionnaires prepared by the
University War Board in connection
with the accelerated program.
Attendance is obligatory for all
students registered for degrees in
this school.
Earl V. Moore
Eligibility for Freshmen: A fresh-
man, during his second semester of
residence, may be granted a Certifi-
cate of Eligibility provided he has
completed 15 hours-or more of work
with (1) at least one mark of A. or
B and with no mark of less than C, or
(2) at least 2%/2 times as many honor
points as hours and with no mark
of E.
Fraternities: Social fraternities
are reminded that they may not ini-
tiate a pledge who has not been cer-
tified by the Dean of Students as be-
ing scholastically eligible for initia-
tion. It is the responsibility of the
president of the chapter to secure
suc~h certificates on forms obtain-
able in Room 2, University Hall.
Faculty, College of Literature Sci-
ence, and the Arts: Attendance report
cards are being distributed through
the departmental offices. Instruc-
tors are requested to report absences
of sophomores, juniors, and seniors
to 1220 Angell Hall, on the buff cards
which are now beingt distributed
to departmental secretaries. Green
cards are being provided for report-
ing freshmen absences. All fresh-
men attendance reports should be
made on the green cards and sent
directly to the office of the Academic
Counselors, 108 Mason Hall.
Please note especially the regula-
tions concerning three-week absences,
and the time limits for dropping
courses. The rules relating to ab-
sences are printed on the attendance
cards. They may also be found on
page 52 of the current Announce-
ment of our College.
E. A. Walter
Assistant Dean
Notice to Advisers and Counselors
of Students. The University, support-
ed by a resolution of the Board of
Regents, will circularize the students
relative to their plans for attendance
at the University after the close of
this semester. This inquiry is to be
completed during the current week.
All counselors and advisers have been
charged with the obligation of dis-
tributing and collecting the inquiry
forms.'
A short luncheon meeting is
to be held this noon at 12:15
in the large Ballroom of the Union
to familiarize you with the form to
be filled out and the procedure to
be followed. It is a matter of first
importance that you attend this lun-
cheon. If it is entirely impossible for
you to attend this meeting, please call
the University War Board Office (Ex-
tension 2196 on Monday.

Mechanical, Industrial, Chemical
and Metallurgical Engineering Sen-
iors: Mr. J. H. Calvert, Representa-
tive of The National Supply Com-
(Continued on Page 4)
ALEC
TEMPLETON
BLIND
BRITISH
PIANIST

Return this form within 24 hours
to the Counselor, Adviser, or other
individual who issued it to you.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

CONFIDENTIAL
To bc used for statistical
purposcs only

STUDENT PLANS INQUIRY
To the Student: The University of Michigan, with the express approval of the Board of Regents, has committed itself
to provide every possible aid to its students and to the Nation in the present emergency. Beginning on June iS or June 22
next, the University will operate on the basis of three full-length terms each year. This compression of the program will
enable students to accelerate their college work so that they may better adjust to war emergency demands. In order that
course offerings may be planned to meet your needs, it is essential that you provide the University officers information rela-
tive to your plans for attending school after May 30, 1942.
All of the questions asked below are important. They have been carefully worked out. If there are any that are not
clear to you, please do not hesitate to ask for assistance at the office where you received this form. Please remember that

all information provided will be held confidential. Return the form, fi
you.
1. PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS AND ACADEMIC STATUS
1. Name...............- -. -. ------------ .----.

LAST

MEDDLE

FIRST

2. Sex:

M z 1

F 0.

3. Age: Place a check mark
present age:

in the box which indicates your

led out, within 24 hours, to the one who gave it to
They are designed to show how much money you spent during
each semester of the current year (1941-42), for what pur-
poses you spent it, and from what sources it was obtained.
Expenses: 1941--42
Item First Semester Second Semester
1. Tuition ............$.................. $..............
2. Laboratory fees...... $.. ..............................$...
3. Books and materials $........... $
4. Food ............$ ................. $
5. Clothing ................................................ $
6. Lodging .........$ ........................,..... $
7. Travel $ ..............$
8. Incidentals . $..... ...................... $
9. TOTAL .................... $...........(1) $ ............(2)
Income from July 1, 1941, through May 30, 1942

Under 17.... ....
17 to 17V2..........
17% to 18.......
18 to 18 ........
18/ to 19 .......

D,
Li2
03
EL1
1:1L

19 to 19 ........
19Y to 20 .......
20 ....... .......
21 to 35 .........
36 to 44 ..... --.........
45 and over .... ..

Do

ox
Li8
EL

4. College or School: Place a check mark in the box which indi-
cates the name of the school or college in which you are now
enrolled:

Source
1, Parents or other relatives .............
2. Earned during vacations.
3. N. Y. A............ .........
4. Scholarship. ...................

Amount
$ ..........................
............. ...........
..................... ..
$

Architecture -- -.....-- a
Bus. Admin. . t>
Dentistry....
Education.
Engineering . L e
Forestry & Cons. ---,.
Graduate ........ E

Law ............--.
L. S. & A.......
Medical ...........
Music..........
Nursing...........
Pharmacy .........
Public Health......

Elf

5. Board or room job .... ................$
6. University or other employment for
cash while in college...... ............ $ ...............-

7. Loan.................
8. Other (specify)......................
9. TOTAL ...... .....................

$
$...-................(3)

L

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for a' quick snaclk--
Whether it's at noon, during the afternoon, between
classes, for dinner, or after the show, a quick snack
is just the thing you'll want. Hot or cold sandwiches,
soups, salads, or just a good cup of coffee, we have
it. We pride ourselves on our quick service, too. No
fooling around, you get what you want, prepared in
the way you want it.
and the best MALTED MILK
in Ann Arbor .
A thick, refreshing malted milk can't be beat for
a "pick-up" between classes or before a late after-
noon class. For milkshakes, sodas, cokes, sundaes,
or a dish of ice cream, come in to Calkins-Fletchers.

5. Field of Concentration or Specialization: Enter here the name
of the field in which you are concentrating or in which you
expect to concentrate:.........................
(Examples: Pre-medical, Pre-law, Elec. Eng., History, Chemistry, etc.)
0. Present Academic Status:
a. For Undergraduates only. Please circle the number which
is nearest to the number of credit hours you will have
earned at the end of this semester:
15 30 45 60 75 90 105 120 135 150
S2 a 4 S 6 7 8 0
b. For Professional or Graduate Students. Please circle the
number which is nearest to the number of credit hours
you will have earned at the end of this semester, in pro-
fessional or graduate school, here and elsewhere:
15 30 45 60 75 90 105 120
1 2 3 4 5 4 8 8
7. What occupation do you plan to enter on graduation?,..,....
(Examples: Dentistry, Law, Library work, Teaching-elementary,
Chemical Engineering, etc.)
I1. MILITARY SERVICE
8. Selective Service Status:
a. Please check one of these items to indicate your registra-
tion status:
(1) ] To register at a later date
(i.e., for the 18 and 19 year age groups)
(2) F1 Not of draft age
(3) E Registered before Feb. 16, 1942
(4) ® Registered on Feb. 16, 1942
b. If registered, what is your present classification? ... ..
... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 7... . . .. . . ...... ... ......
(Examples: I-A, I-B, 1-C, 111, Have not received questionnaire)
c If you are in class I-A, what is your probable date of
call? ..,......................
d. If you have been deferred (i.e., are in a class below I-A)
on what grounds was the deferment granted?........
9. Enlistment: Optional for All Students
a. Have you tried to volunteer?
Check one: Yes j No L .
b. If yes, in what branch of the service?
(Examples: Advanced ROTC, NROTC, V5, V7, etc.)

NOTE: Does the sum of totals (1) and (2), representing ex-
penses, equal total (3), representing income? If not, can
you suggest the reason for the discrepancy?............
IV. SCHOOL ATITENDANCE PLANS
13. Attendance after May 30, 1942: If you are planning to return
to the University after this semester, please check "Yes,"
"No," or "Uncertain" after each of the items -(a), (b), and
(c) to indicate the school terms in which you do and do not
expect to enroll. In considering your responses, assume that
no financial aid will be available beyond what you may receive
from your parents or other relatives.
If you are not planning to return to the University, please skip
items (a), (b), and (c) and check either (d) or (e).
(a) Summer term (beginning June 15 or 22, 1942):
Yes [:1 No [12 Uncertain L
(b) Fall term (beginning about October 5, 1942:
Yes Li No Uncertain
(c) Spring term (beginning about February 8, 1943)
Yes L No Li12 Uncertain
NOTE: If you are out one term, it is longer by almost a
month than the usual summer vacation.
(d) Graduating and not returning: L
(c) Not returning for other reasons; Li
V. COURSES WANTED
14. War Training Courses. Please specify what war training
courses you want to take and when you want them. Use the
booklet, The War Training Program, in designating them and
list not more than two. Spaces are provided after "others" for
courses not now given.
a. June 15 or 22:

Course No.
Course No.

Title..... ............
Title ....................

Others...............................

b. Oct. 5:

Course No.....-...

Title ....................

SPECIAL CONCERTN
Thurs., Feb. 2C
fI.b2

Course No. .........Title....................
Others..................................

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