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Wv1bNEtflAY, N.i o 8, 1942

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U' To Sponsor
12 Broadcasts
Choir To Offer Hymn
Program on Sundays
Twelve radiocasts per week are to
originate from the Morris Hall Uni-
versity ,broadcasting studios begin-
ning Sunday, Nov. 22, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Prof. Waldo
A~bott, director of the broadcasting
This year station WCAR, Pontiac,)
will be used by the University for four
of the programs. These broadcasts will
be beard from 2:45-3 p.m. each Mon-
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs-
On Sundays from 9-9:30 a.m.a pro-
gram of wartime hymns directed by
Dr. Hardin Van Deursen and featur-
ing the University choir will be heard
over WJ1, Detroit. From 10-10:30
a m. Saturday radio students will
originate a 15 minute dramatization
and a 15 minute program of patri-
otic music, and at 10:30 p.m. Wednes-
day they will present a program on
medicine and the war over WJR.
Commercial programs originating
from the campus studios are Prof.
James K. Pollock -at 1:45 p.m., Sun-
day, WJR, and Prof. Preston Slosson
at 6:15 p.m., Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, WWJ, Detroit.
LI.ANSING, Nov. 17.- (R)- State
institutions have been asked by the
State budget department to adjust
food plans for the coming year to
cope with wartime shortages of
canned produce.
Acting Budget Director C. J. Mc-
Neill, estimating the food needs of the
State institutions total about 43,000
dozen cans yearly, said some commo-
dities still are on hand, while others
are exhausted.


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Benefits Are Reported from ESWWT Aircraft
Pooling of Uniiversity Vetiles
_ _ Prof R. H. Sherlock, ESMWT co-,
report describing the pooling of plished by fewer trips and heavier ordinator, announced yesterday that
ersity cars and trucks was issued loads. "The pooling of this equipment C 50 persons began work this week in
rday by O. E. Fozzel, head of the has, without question, saved a con- the new aircraft materials inspection
transportationsiderable sum of money," claims E. C. training course which is being offered+
t itt Pardon, superintendent of the Uni- by the University's Engineering Sci-
ve of University transportation versity Buildings. and Grounds Den
rvation. partment. "Ithhas fixedi the responsil:I ence and Management War Training
zzel claims that. the pooling of bility of repairs and the maintenance prcgraf2I.
ersity cars and trucks has made .f±the cars and trucks under one head, Professor Sherlock mentioned that
ble the use of transportation by and it has ,mace possible the econemi- of this number 46 were women, a
ntire University rather than the cal use of tires."
us departments alone who origi- ______ much greater percentage than the
purchased those vehicles for de- three-fourths originally forecast.
,ental use. Pr nce0o vr jS r The enrollment in section 11 of the
merly, for about nine months of to Lead SRA P r Ordnance Materials Inspection Train-
ear, several station wagons were V ing course was also revealed as 30, of
d and used for trips and field Dr. George F. Thomas, Professor whom 28 were reported to be women.
only in the spring and summer. of Religious Thought at Princeton This course began yesterday and will
e are now being used almost daily University. is being brought to Ann ccntnue for 10 weeks as will the air-
ear around for transportation for Arbcr by the Student Religious Asso- craft inspection course. Trainees are
sion courses in Detroit, for work ciation Saturday and Sunday at Lane cmplcyed by the government and will
nnection with the war effort, and Hall to lead this fall's Inter-Guild I be sent to jobs in industry after the
eneral use by various depart- Conference on the subject "What training is completed.-
s. Makes Christianity Distinctive?"' - --------
;ht trucks and one sedan have Earning his Bachelor of Arts degree
taken out of the regular delivery at Southern Methodist University in i Prsonnl N s s d
ce and the work is being accgm- 11919, Dr. Thomas studied for three Notes for the course in Personnel
- ---- years at Oxford University, and re- Management being given in Detroit
BOR DISPUTE NEGOTIATED ceived his Hcnours degree in theology by the School of Business Adminis-
in 1923. He received his Doctorate in tration are now available to firms and
'NSING, Nov. 17.-- (P)- Negotia-I
fn. Philosophy from Harvard in 1929. individuals who are interested.

Aids War Work Campus Talent To Be Featured

SAnnual Ban
Group to Concentrate
on Essential Projects Plans are being completed for the
University of Michigan Concert
Independent Men's Congress will Band's seventh annual Varsity Night,
discard all non-war projects this year. to be held at 8:30 p.m. December 1, in
according to Norton Norris, president, Hill Auditorium, it was announced
and concentrate on promoting only y William D. Revelli, conductor of
University Bands.
those projects which are of direct Instead of featuring a soloist of
value to the war effort. professional fame, the show this year
Already pledge cards have been turns exclusively to campus talent.
distributed to residence halls, co-ops The Varsity Glee Club under the di-
and rooming houses in an effort to rection of David Mattern will be oc-
get them to contribute a set portion cupying the solo spot, along with sev-
of their profits to the bomber scholar- eral short acts given by selected stu-
ship fund. Also plans are under way dent talent.
to promote a date bureau for service All students interested in trying out
men who are in Ann Arbor on leave. for Varsity Night are urged to, do so
Norris says that Congress has been by George Irwin, student manager,
spending most of this year organizing who will be at Morris Hall during the
the 3,085 independent nen on campus week from 3 to 4 p.m. As a special
so that they might be represented in inducement, the best of the student
Congress. The men who live in co- acts will be awarded a prize in War
operatives have been reached through Bonds.
the Inter-cooperative Council while Varsity Night, which has grown to
those in the dormitories are repre- be a tradition on the' Michigan cam-
sented by the house presidents. pus, has featured in the past such out-
Men living in the 90 rooming houses standing musical personalities as
on campus present a bigger problem Ferde Grofe and Morton Gould. In,
because most of them live in small an effort to bring the program closer
groups, but representatives have been to the campus, all talent this year will
chosen from houses of six or more. - - - --

d Concert Ue
be drawn from Michigan students. In
addition to student participation, a
community sing will be an added fea-
ture of this year's show. Members of
the ROTC and NROTC have been in-
vited to be the guests of the band, and
will sit in a special reserved section.
This is the program which first
presents the Michigan Concert Band
to Ann Arbor audiences in an infor-
mal concert-variety show.
Reed, Otjen Lead in
Engineers' Election
Voting was light but close in the
Engineering Council elections yester-
day as two classes, the juniors and
sophomores, went to the polls to elect
four class representatives.
Election chairman Bud Burgess,
'44E, announced that 'Karl Reed had
a slight margin in yestrdav s ting
over his three other junior class op-
ponents, Wendell Racette, Al Jacob-
son, and John Riopelle.
In the sophomore Karl Otjen was
cnly six votes ahead of Joe Linker,
his closest opponent, who was in turn
two votes up on Pete Klaphaak, Bob
Smallman aid William Ruzicka.
Freshmen will cast their ballots to-
day for their two Council representa-
tives. Voting will be done in the regu-
lar assemblies. The voting for sopho-
mores and juniors will go into its
second day with the polls closing
-harply at noon.

LIOnsa or a se Lemiexi I a iaIJ ri.s-
pute at two Nash-Kelvinator Corp.
plants here .went forward today amid
official predictions a "long range"
agreement was imminent.
W. J. Patterson, secretary of the
State Labor Mediation Board, said
the negotiations would not be shifted
to Washington, despite the fact
Madame Perkins, Secretary of Labor,
has certified the dispute to the War
Labor Board.
"The negotiations are harmonious
and making decided progress toward
a long range settlement of the contro-
versy," Patterson said.


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Prof. Laing To Speak
at Religious Seminar
Prof. Lionel H. Laing of the politi-
cal science department will address
the Bases of a Just and Durable Peace
Seminar of the Student Religious As-
sociation on the topic "The Future of
the British Empire" with special ref-
erence to India at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow
at Lane Hall.
An informal discussion period will
follow the talk. The meeting will ad-'
journ in time for the concert.



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WEDNESDAY, NQV. 18, 1942
VOL. LI No. 39
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.
N tices
Student Tea: President and Mrs.
Ruthven will be at hom to students
this afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock.
By rpeent action of the oard of
Regents, the following regulation is
now in force: "That as a condition
to continued attendance at the Uni-
versity the course, PEiMk 31, be re-
quired of all male students who, at
the beginning of a particular term,
are regularly enrolled in the Uni-
versity." This regulation applies to
all students who have not been ex-
Even though each male student
registered in the University has seen.
a copy of the regulation, not all have
complied. Some students have dis-
regarded it. Those students who are
delinquent must confer immediately
with Mr. Kenneth Doherty (Room 5,
Waterman Gymnasium), and make
arrangements regarding their make-
up work. Otherwise action must be
taken by the Dean's Office of the
College in which they are registered.
Alexainder G. Ruthven
If you wish to finance the ,purchase
of a home, or if you have purchased
improved property on a larid contract
and owe a balance of approximately
60 per cent of the value of the prop-
erty, the Investment Office, 109
South Wing of University Hall, would
be glad to discuss financing through
the medium of a first mortgage. Such
financing may effect a substantial
saving in interest.
At the meeting of the University
Council on November 9, Professor J.
L. Brumm was elected Vice-Chair-
man and Professor Louis A. Hopkins
Chairman for the year i942-43. The
following standing committees were
Educational Policies: H. L. Wat-
kins, chairman, H.E. Yntema, H. T.
Price, R. A. Dodge, S. H. Graham, W.
C. .Olson, A. E. Wood.
Student Relations: 0. W. Boston,
chairman, F. B. Vedder, C. C. Craig, I
C. H. Stocking, R.' C. Fuller, P. S.
Welch, Palmer Christian.
Public Relattions: H. M1/. Dorr, chair-
man, ;Z. C. Dickinson, A. E. White,
C. A. Fisher, J. L. Brumm, M. L.
Ward, H. H. Willard.
Plant and Equipment: F. D. Cur-
. 77 7..

tis, chairman, F. E. Bartell. N. ,E.
Nelson. D. L. Rich. J. H. Cissel, J. M.
Cork. J. E. Tracy.
No driving permissions are being
given for the Ohio State game. All
women students who plan to attend
this game must present a permi-
sion letter from their parents to the
Office of the Dean of Women.
Students, College of Engineering:
The final day for removal of in-
completes will be Saturday, Novem-
ber 28. Petitions for extension of
time must be on file in the Secre-
tary's Office.on or before Thursday,
November 19.
A. H. Lovell, Secretary
Choral Union Members: All mem-
bers of the Choral Union whose at-
tendance records are clear will please
call Thursday for courtesy tickets to
the Albert Spalding Concert between
the hours of 10 and 12 and 1 and 4
at the offices of the University Mu-.
sical Society in Burton Memorial
Tower. After 4 o'clock on Thurs-
day, no courtesy tickets will be is-
Charles A. Sink, President
Members of the University of Mich-
igan Marching Band will have a spe-
cial drill today at 4:15 p.m. at South
Ferry Field without instruments. At-
tendance is compulsory.
W. D. Revelli, Conductor
Freshmen from high schools in the
following cities are reminded of the
conferences with their former prin-
cipals on Thursday morning, Novem-
ber 19, in the Rackham Building:
Adrian, Albion,, Bn Arbor, Battle
Creek, Bay City, Benton liarbor, Bir-
mingham, - Bloomfield Hills, Caro,
Chelsea, Culver, Dearborn, Detroit,
Dowagiac, East Grand Rapids, Ecorse,
Ferndale, Flint, Glen Ellyn, Grosse
Pointe, Hazel Park, Highland Park,
Howell, Hudson, Jackson, Lansing,
Lincoln Park, Manchester, Manistee,
Marlette, Marshall, Midland, Mon-
roe, Mt. Clemens, Niles, Northyille,
Onsted, Oscoda, Plymouth, Pontiac,
Port Huron, River Rouge, Romeo,
Royal Oak, Saginaw, St. Clair, St.
Johns, St. Joseph, Tecumseh, ThreeI
Rivers, Toledo, Trenton, Vassar,
Walled Lake. Wayne, Wyandotte and
Ira M. Smith, Registrar
--Ending Today -

Upperclassmen: Former students of
the junior colleges at Bay City, Dear-{
born, Flint, Grand Rapids, JacksonI
and Port Huron are reminded of theI
conferences with their former deansI
on Thursday morning, November 19,
in the Rackham Building. Former
students of these colleges who may
not have been notified by mail are
also invited.
Ira M. Smith, Registrar
Telephones in all the League
Houses will not be used after 10:30
each night. This is a war measure,
the dormitories having already closed
their switchboards at 10:30 for sev-
eral weeks.
Mechanical, Industrial, Chemical
and Metallurgical Engineering Sen-
iors: Aluminum Company of Amer-
ica, Pittsburgh, Pa., representative,
is interested in interviewing Seniors
of the above groups for prospective
positions with that organization Fri-
day, November 20.
Interview schedule is posted on the
bulletin board at Room 221 West
Engineering Building.
Interviews will be held in Room
218 West Engineering Bldg.
Seniors in Mechanical, Electrical &
In~dustrial :Engineering, Chemicals inl-
terested i1 production : Proctor &
Gamble Defense Corporation, Repre-
sentative David M. Watt, will inter-
view for positions in their shell-load-
ing plants on Wednesday and Thurs-
day until noon, November 18 and 19.
He is interested in interviewing col-
lege-trained women also.
Interview schedule may be signed
on the bulletin board at Room 221
West Engineering Bldg.
(Continued on Page 4)

Continuous Shows
from 1 P.M.

A N# d 7T#44wi




like Samuel Grafton's
Column . . . on the
Editorial Page.

Starts Thursday




A really pleasant plae for
that after-the-show snack ....E
On the Corner 122 WEST WASHINGTON




4'et atih t



of the Violin"
ert Spalding
Shattering the old idea that ranking musicians must be
long-haired foreigners is the brilliant career of Albert
Spalding. Of American birth and training, his achieve-
ments have been recognized throughout the musical world.
Often referred to as the "Aristocrat of the Violin," he is a
man of such fine taste that he never permits himself to do
anything purely for display.

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