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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SVNDAY 'NIOV. 22,

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F G HG T I N G F R E N C H-Gen. Sir Harold Alexander, commander of United Nations middle
eastern forces, inspects Fighting French troops.

S W I F T F I C H T E R I N U. S. N A V Y-The 6,000-ton cruiser Atlanta knifes through the water. Commissioned Dec. 24,
1941, it carries " fivc-inch dual purpoze guns and is r^- '- tai" a a speed of more than 50 land miles an hour.

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THE SENATE CONFIRMED k; ...f:::....r
yesterday President Roosevelt's
promotion of James H. Doolittlez;:::;"r}:>:.,
to the temporary rank of Major
General in the Army. Doolittle has
played a prominent part, as leader
of the U. S. Army Air Corps in
Africa, in the success of the Allied F R E N C H C A LL I T F 0 R T R E S S-Italian colonists in French Tunisia build "farmhouses"
action in that sector. like this one. French said they were built to be converted into fortresses.

YOUNG GENERAL-.
Maj.-Gen. Mark Wayne Clark,
former commander of U.S. land
forces in Europe, played an exciting
role in gaining the cooperation of
} French forces in Africa before the
Allied invasion. Picture made in
England.

H U R R E L L C I R L '-George Hurrell, widely known for his
photographs of Hollywood beauties, is now in the army. A com-
mittee chose this photo of Actress Leslie Brooks as the "Hurrell
Girl" for the duration.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SERVICE EDITION

VOL. I, No. 13

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

NOVEMBER 22, 1942

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Conference, held under the
auspices of the Post-War
Council . . . Delegates of
29 Michigan colleges and
universities' have been in-
vited to attend and take
part in the conference,
which is~ intended to unify
the post - war planning
movement throughout the
state.
THE GREEKS have giv-
en an added push to the
present $9,000 Bomber-
Scholarship Fund... The
Interfraternity and Pan-
hellenic councils have vot-
ed a "Victory Vanities"
show as an added means
of raising money for the
fund ... The show, sched-
* uled for Jan. 15 in Hill
Auditorium, has a goal of
$1,000 worth of wartbonds
which will be donated to
the scholarship plan.
BIGGEST INDIVIDUAL
contributor to the Bomber
Scholarships to date, how-
ever, has been Phi Kappa
Phi, national honor socie-
ty, which gave $500 and
'then raised its totalto
$800 this semester . . . The
Bomber Scholarship Com-
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Big Al Wistert'

rection of Dr. R. C. Boys ...
At present, over 20 soldiers
and sailors who can quote
Shakespeare by heart re-
ceive the bi-weekly paper.
THE UNIVERSITY 'may
be down to its last 9,600
students, but it apparently
has enough cash for the
coming year . . . With
1,200,013.07 rubles in cash
and an added $3,054,708.34
in assets, the University's
Financial Report released
Wednesday showed the
University financially fit
for the coming fiscal year.
BOB WESTFALL, All-
American fullback and
captain of last year's Wol-
verine squad is the father
of a six pound baby boy .. .
Private Westfall, on a ten
day furlough from Ft. Dev-
ens, Mass., is in Ann Arbor
to visit his wife, who is at
the University Hospital.
BECAUSE of the short-
age of pre-induction time,
this January's commence-
ment ceremonies will pre-
cede final examinations in
order to eliminate the wait
formerly required before
graduation ... The speedup

Violin virtuoso

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Although Michigan went
down to defeat yesterday,
Al Wistert maintained
,his bid for All-American
honors by continually
breaking the OSJJ line.
day under the auspices of
the WAA . . . The plan,
purely voluntary, will con-
con n m nm oo a ,.ani

Albert Spalding present-
ed the fourth of the
season's Choral Union
Concerts Thursday night
in Hill Auditorium before
a crowd of University
music lovers.
of Prof. A. E. White, direc-
tor of engineering research,
had been ordered by the
Navy for use at the Phila-

'B U S H M A S T E R S' A T T A C K B A R B E D W I R E-Masked "Bushmasters," hardened U. S. jungle troops named after the
deadly tropical snake, crawl through smoke screen and tackle barbed wire in training at Caribbean outpost.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

Psychology of Thinking and Some'
Human Values." 7:00 p.m. Student
Supper. 8:00 p.m. AmericanFolk
Songs with records.

Zion Lutheran Church Services
will be heldat 10:30 a.m. with Mr.
Tmer Christiansen speaking on
"The End."

(Quakers) will meet for worship this
afternoon at 5:00 at Lane Hall. A
Sunday School for children will be
held at the same time. All, interested

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