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Campus Artists.
to Play Yule'
Music Today
.Palmer Christian and
Madrigal Choristers
to Present Program

ANOTHER DEFENSE COURSE:
Military Map Making is A dded f
to University's War Curriculum

Call Is Issued
for U' Men

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Featuring performances by Prof.-
Palmer Christian, University organist,
the Madrigal Singers and Nancy
glummer Faxon, soprano, a program
of unusual Christmas music will be
presented at 4:15 p.m. today in Hill
'Auditorium.
The ,Madrigal Singers, a group of
students who meet two hours a week
for the study of madrigals, motets and
part-songs under the direction of
Professor Christian, will sing two
Chiistmas carols, one an original
composition and one an arrangement
of the American composer, Annabel
Morris Buchanan. The arrangement
by Mrs. Buchanan is of the text and
melody of a folk-tune from the moun-
tains of southwestern Virginia.
Mrs. Faxon will sing "Noel" a cycle
for soprano and organ by Eric De-
Lamarter, director of the University
Symphony Orchestra.
Professor Christian will play com-
positions by Karg-Elert, Guilmant,
Widor, Hure and Edmundson, all
based on Christmas melodies.

The growing list of University war
courses received another item yester-
day when Prof. R. H. Sherlock, co-
ordinator of the ESMWT program,
announced that the engineering col-:
-lege has been asked by the Army
Mapping Service to give a special
course in military map making.
Most of the work in the course will
consist in study of map drafting, pro-
jections, planimetric and topographic,
maps, aeronautical charts and photo,
mapping in two dimensions. It will be
in prepavation for the production of
bombing target maps for use of the
air forces. However, the.mapping stu-
dents will also be required to do li-
brary research and investigation work
to discover pertinent material to be
included in maps.
Prof. R. L. Morrison will be the
supervisor in charge of the course and
Prof. K. C. McMurry of the Geogra-
phy department will be in charge of
work in cartography and geography.
This course, which will begin next
semester, is open to second remester
senior women. Students will be select-
ed for the course on the basis of
qualities of leadership and a scholas-
tic record that indicates abity to
master the details of the work.
The course will include either 60 or

120 class and laboratory hours which I
will be given without credit. The stu-
dents are expected to elect for credit
related work such as mathematics, or
surx eying.
Upon receiving a degree in June,
students will be given civil service
ratings as engineering aids at the
base pay of $1,800 per year plus over-
time pay. They will be sent either to
Washington, D.C., or to other ArmyI
mapping offices.
Technic To Be
Sold Tomorrow
Issue WillContain
Editorial by Smith
The Michigan Technic editors,
whose 40-page December issue has'
been delayed at the printers' more
than a week now, reported yesterday
that the campus can count on seeing
the issue on the stands at 8 a.m. to-
morrow.
Besides the five leading articles
which will be embellished this month
by profuse illustrations, the Decem-
ber Technic is featuring an editorial
by Keith Smith, '43E, editor-in-chief,
on the controversial subject, "Educa-
tion: Military or Technical?"
The regular departments, the Tech-
nic Reflects, Explores, and Briefly,
will be supplemented by the "Pre-
sents" column, containing short biog-
raphies of Bob Ehrlick, '43E, Bob
Sundquist, '43, Paul Wingate, '43E,
and Mrs. Camille B. Green, retired
assistant secretary of the College of
Engineering.

on Boier Job
(Continued from :age 1)
3) Dismantle two 35-ton steam
beilers.
4) Prepare parts fcr immediate
shipment.
Men who have not been contactedj
are asked to contact the Manpower
Corps-University exchange (4121),
ext. 7172-and indicate that you want
to work.
All workers are directed to wear old
clothes, the older the better and wear
gloves.
Pardon estimates that at least 50
men. should be on hand to maintain
an unbroken schedule of. work. This
means 50 men every hour of the day,
he declared.
The first boiler shipment must
leave here Saturday morning. Boiler
parts must be-available for shipment.
Call the Manpower Corps now.
Plane Crashes
in Utah Desert
(Continued from Page 1)
of the latter was a student copilot.
One body was flung 10 or 15 feet
clear of the plane. .That of one of
the crew was still at the controls al-
though the nose of the plane was rip-
ped off and the propellors bent back
under the wings.
The passengers had been hurled
forward in the cabin. Both sides of
the body were split, one wing was
torn off and the right motor tossed
clear. The plane did not burn.

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 16, 1942
VOL. LIH No. 62
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
Registration for. Selective Service:
1. Who Shall Register. All male stu-
dents who were born on or after July
1, 1924 Foreign students must re-
port to the Draft Board for deter-
mination of non-residence and give
country of citizenship. Those who
have alien registration cards must
give the number. Those who have
taken out first citizenship papers on-
ly are not citizens of the United
States. Anyone who fails to register
must individually bear full responsi-
bility for this failure.
2. Place of Registration. All male
students born on, or after July 1, 1924
should register with the Ann Arbor
Selective Service Board which will
have a registration office at the Arm-
ory, 223 East Ann Street. The Ann
Arbor Selective Service Board will
forward all registration material to
RACIAL GROUP TO MEET
The Inter-Racial Association will
have a pre-Christmas social gathering
at 8 p.m. today in the East Conference
room of the Rackham Building.
Admission to the party, said Joan
Doris, chairman of the social commit-
tee, is "six cookies and a friend."
The Naval Wolverine Squadron
will hold a meeting at 7:30 p.m.
today in Room 302 of the Union.
The Victory BalI committee will
meet at 9 p.m. today in Room -308
of the Union.

the Selective Service Board at the
student's permanent home commun-
ity.
3. Time of Registration. The regis-
tration office at the Armory will be
open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Those who;
were born on or after July 1, 1924,
but not after August 31, 1924, shall
be registered on any day during the
week commencing Friday, December
11, 1942, and ending Thursday, De-
cember 17, 1942. Those who were born
on or after September 1, 1924, but not
after October 31, 1924, shall be regis-
(Continued on Page 4)

LAST CHANCE
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