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FAC=E TWO

THE M' H xN DAILY

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Phi Eta Sioyma
Starts Tutoring
Members of Phi Eta Sigma, na-
tional freshman men's honor society,
will begin tutoring in all freshman,
subjects tomorrow, the society an-
nounced yesterday.
Engineers of classes who wish tu-
toxing may apply to Professor A. D.
Moore, head of the engineering col-
lege, while students of the literary
college may obtain their application
blanks through the academic counsel-
lors. Blanks may also be had at the
Michigan Union Student Offices. '
Heading the tutoring service in the
literary college is Don MacCoul, while
Warren Schwayder will handle the
movements of engineering coaches.

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Marines Dig in on Guadalcanal

Burgess Issues Call for Engine
Council Petitions; Bans Posters

IAt the State ...
.Swashbuckling Erroll Flynn, who has
become famous for his action-packed
roles, is now cast in a part that is
more fraught with adventure and ex-
citement than any he has played
heretofore. The film is Warner Bros.'
"Desperate Journey," which makes
its debut today at the State Theatre,
and in it Flynn plays the role of a
Flight Lieutenant in the RAF.
Other famous players in the cast,
as members of the British Hudson
bomber of which Flynn has command,
are Ronald Reagan, Alan Hale, Ar-

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garments promptly done. Opposite
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MISCELLANEOUS
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dock, 13607 Mettetal, Detroit.

thur Kennedy and Ronald Sinclair.
It is as brusque, devil-may-care, and
as hardy a crew as has ever set out to
bomb Germany.
Aftcr the crew successfully bombs
their German objective, they are shot
down and taken prisoners of war.
Raymond Massey plays the officer
questioning the five musketeers, and
suffers from a swift right to the jaw
from Reagan. The five men escape.
and the picture portrays the Nazi
search for them in their "Desperate
Journey" to the coast.
At the Michigan
Reviving an old song title, 20th
Century Fox has called its newest1
rollicking musical extravaganza
"Springtime in the Rockies." The
film, starring vivacious Betty Grable
and South American' Carmen Mir-
anda as well as Harry James and His
Music Makers, opens today at the
Michigan Theatre.
Filmed in gorgeous technicolor
against the beautiful background of
eye-filling Lake Louise, the picture
featuies eye-filling Betty as dancing
partner to Cesar Romero.
James and his celebrated aggrega-
tion offer intriguing arrangements of
four rich new tunes by the composing
team that never seems to miss, Mack
Gordon and Harry Warren. The
tunes are "I Had the Craziest
Dream," "Pan Americana Jubilee,"
"Run, Little Raindrop, Run," and "A
Poem Set to Music." Charming Helen
Forrest does the vocals.
Carmen Miranda's Latinizing of
"Chattanooga Choo Choo" should
prove to be still another musical:
highlight.
300 Students
To Pick Beets
(continued from Page 1)
Ann Arbor, the Manpower Corps will
have its, fingers on every single worker
sent out and will call him at once.
Extending the "protection of thej
students" idea even farther, Borman'
has arranged for regular workman's'
compensation to cover all student
workers from the time they pile into
the busses at daybreak Monday until
they return Wednesday night.
All those planning to make the trip
should bring a heavy wind-breaker,
canvas gloves, warm old clothes and
rubbers "in case of sloppy fields."

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-Associated Press Photo zrom J.S. .:arine Corps
Between assaults on their positions, Marines wield pick and shovel
to build stronger gun emplacements and fortifications on the defense
line around vital Henderson Field on Guadalcanal.

"Absolutely no personal propa-
ganda or dodgers," Bud Burgess, '44E,
Engineering Council chairman of
elections, announced yesterday, in
elaboration upon the freshman, soph-
omore and junior class representative
elections to the council, which will{
take place Nov. 17 and 18.
Burgess, simultaneously with the
no propaganda" edict, also empna-
sized the need for all election candi-
dates to turn in their candidacy peti-
tions soon. These petitions, which
must contain the signatures of at
least 15 classmates, should be turned
in before next Friday noon, Nov. 13,
at Dean Ivan C. Crawford's office,
225 West Engineering Building. Ap-
proximately 20 petitions in all are

expected for the six class representa-
tive positions.
Burgess explained that it has long
been a custom in the College of En-
gineering that no class candidates
post election propaganda or posters.
Such an action, he said, constitutes
grounds forautomatic disqualifica-
tion from the election.
Besides the stipulation that' the
petitions must contain 15 signatures,
Burgess also decreed that each can-
didate must list his qualifications for
the office and several proposed activ-
ities for the Engineering Council dur-
ing 1942-43.
Two juniors, two sophomores, and
two freshmen representatives to this
governing council of the engireering
college will be elected.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
SUNDAY, NOV. 8, 1942
VOL. LIII No. 31
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.mu.
Student Tea: President and Mrs.
Ruthven will be at home to students
Wednesday tafternoon, Nov. 11, from
4 to 6 o'clock.
jObservance of Armistice Day : By
'(der of the Deans' Conference,
classes, with the exception of the
clinics, will be dismissed between 10
Q >_ on Wednesday morning, Nov.
11, for the purpose of celebrating
P nisuce Day. 'ITiose attending clin-
ics who have present or past con-
nection with the military or naval
vie s. or Pro memberq of Reserve

Officers' Training Corps, should make
individual arrangements to be ex-
cused from clinic duties on this oc-
casion.
To the Members of the University
Council: There will be a meeting of
the University Council on Monday,
November 9, at 4:15 p. m. in the
Rackham Amphitheatre. All regular
meetings of the University Counci
are open to the members of the Uni-
versity Senate.
To the Members of the University
Senate: There will be a meeting of
the University Senate on Monday,
November 16, at 4:00 p.m. in the
Rackham Amphitheatre.
Il-Faculty Buffet Supper at the
Michigan Union Ballroom on Mon-
day, November 9, at 6:00 p.m., spon-
sored by the local chapter of the
A.A.U.P. Following the supper there
will be a discussion on "Education
During the War." All faculty people
should be present.
German Table for Faculty Members
will meet Monday at 12:10 p. m. in
the Founders' Room Michigan Union
(Continued on Page 3)

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COOK to prepare group meals.
No dishwashing. Interviews at
the Student Religious Association.
Weekday afternoons between 4;
and 6.1

Buy War Bonds
and Stamps

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WANTED TO RENT
GRADUATE woman student wishes
quiet room with bath. Preferably
in faculty home in southeastern
section. Has references. Phone
6279, evenings.

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Betty-sparkling, rhythmic,-gay I
John-handsome; and sooc romantic!
Carmen-she'll take your breath away!
Cesar-laughable, lovable, Latin I
And Harry'James-setting this magic

vacationland to music and song I
BETTY GRABLE
JOHN PAYNE
CARMEN MIRANDA
HARRY JAMES
AND HIS MUSIC MAKERS
CESAR ROMERO

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