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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCT. 22, 1642

Picking Apples
Is Profitable,

Say

VI

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rather than hard work. I drove
a truck most of the day, carting
apples over to the grader.
We made $2.25 apiece for the af-
ternoon's work. They paid us 50
cents per hour, and paid us for the
time it took to travel one way to
the farm.
The people out there were very
well satisfied with our work and
were really appreciative of every-
thing we did. They said that they
The ten volunteers who worked
yesterday on the first farm job
handled by the Manpower Corps
are Josiah McHale, Clarence
Smegala, William P. Smith, Joe
Datsko, Ora Sievers, Hack Kell-
nar, Dick Cooper, Fritz Wolf,
Gerry Lipnik, Durrell Lane.
The Corps will send 14 more
members to the farm tomorrow,
and will continue to send men
until the job is done.
want the Manpower Corps to keep
sending them workers until the
whole crop is in, and that is a
plenty big orchard. You know all
the apples have to be picked before
the first frost or they'll rot right
on the trees.
We didn't get back until 7 p.m.
and I'd advise the bunch leaving
tomorrow to put on plenty of cloth-
es. We were a little cold. And don't
think it wasn't fun.

680 Students Take
ES3JDT Courses
Offered In Detroit
Nearly 680 students have enrolled
in the 19 Engineering Science and
Management War Training coursesc
just started in Detroit, Prof. R. W.
Sherlock, coordinator for this war
training program announced yester-
day.
Nine additional courses were begun
yesterday in Detroit with 315 enrolled.
Meanwhile in Ann Arbor 34 students
began a mechanical drawing course
which is being given by Prof. M. B.
Eichelberger.
In the other ESMWT fall series
courses given throughout the state,
Professor Sherlock reported that 13
had enlisted in classes in Jackson, 71
in Grand Rapids and 16 in Flint.
Foresters To Hold
Land Conference
Plans for the fifteenth annual Land
Utilization Conference to be held here
October 30 are well under way, Dean
Samuel T. Dana of the School of
Forestry and Conservation announced
yesterday.
"So much interest has been ex-
pressed in continuing the conference,
that we are planning to hold the
usual meeting this year in spite of
the transportation difficulties cre-
ated by the war." he said.
Scheduled to speak at the first ses-
sion is Prof. D. M. Matthews who will
report on his studies made for the
WPB.
The two day conference will be con-
cluded October 31 at a session to be
devoted to a discussion of a proposed
bill for state control of privately
owned forest lands.
CORRECTION
The Ann Arbor High School boys
did it, not the Boy Scouts. We're
sorry. And we take back what we
said yesterday about the Boy
Scouts scrapping $800 worth of
new automobile radiators. The
high school scrap-searchers were
using a Boy Scout truck. Besides,
the radiators weren't real new, we're
told.

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
THURSDAY, OCT. 22, 1942
VOL. LIII. No. 16
All notices for the Daily Official Bul-
letin are to be sent to the, Office of the
President in typewritten form by 3:30
p.m. of the day preceding its publica-
tion, except on Saturday when the no-
tices should be submitted by 11:30 a.m.
Notices
Group Hospitalization and Surgical
Service:
Effective December 5, monthly
rates for the above services will be
increased slightly. The next e'nroll-
ment period will occur between Octo-
ber 21 and November 5, during which
period new enrollments, as well as
reenrollments. both effective on De-
cember 5, will be accepted. All old
subscribers who wish to continue
their contracts must sign a new ap-
plication card. These cards will be
distributed to everyone through the
various departmental offices within
the next several days. Note especially
that no contracts will be continued
beyond December 5without filing a
new application card.
Notice Relative to Keys and Locks:
The Bylaws, Section 3.24, provide:
Keys and Locks for University
Buildings. No person shall own or
possess a key, to any University
building except under regulations
made and promulgated by the Vice-
President and Secretary. The re-
moval of locks or the substitution
therefor of special or private locks
on doors of rooms in University
buildings is prohibited.
Every "authorized" key has been
issued by the -Key Clerk, whose office
is in the office of the Department of
Buildings and Grounds, North Uni-
versity Avenue. "Authorized" keys'
are identifiable and any dean, profes-
sor, official, watchman, custodian, or
other proper representative of the
(Continued on Page 4)

Freshman Group To Meet At Lane Hall
The Freshman Discussion Group I the Student Religious Association,
will meet for the first time this se- will give a short talk after which the
mester with supper at 6:30 p. m. today freshmen will carry on with their own
at Lane Hall. It will be followed by an views.
informal discussion of the topic, All freshmen, regardless of race,
"Students in Total War". creed or denominational prefer'ence
Bill Muehl, 43L, council member of are invited to attend.
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Dr. 0. D. Foster, present liaison
Secretary for the Guardians of Amer-
ica, will confer with students and
campus leaders on inter-faith relig-
ious life at the University in an open
meeting at 4 p. m. today in Lane Hall.
The chaplain will likewise meet a
group of faculty members, being con-
vened by Dr. Edward W. Blakeman,
Religious Counsellor.

MICH IGAN

Starting
Today!

Matinees 25c
Nights 40c

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HELP WANTED
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in exchange for room. 510 E. Cath-
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STUDENTS to work for board or
cash. Apply to dietitian, Health
Service.
FOUNTAIN HELP between 11 & 1
or evenings; good pay; ask for Ted.
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WANTED-Girl student to work in
faculty home for room and board.
Salary for extra time. Phone
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MALE STUDENT, night orderlies,
Health Service, salary, can carry
regular studies. Call Miss Angell
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TWO MALE STUDENTS with gro-
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in University Hospital storeroom-
Friday P.M. and Saturday morn-
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