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THE AlL MCIIGAN DAILY

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Michi gainensian
W.11 Soon Go
To Engravers
Pictures and Stories
To Give Emphasis to
Campus War Effort
"The entire housing section, pic-
turing all the sororities and fraterni-
ties, of the 1943 Michiganensian has
been sent to the printers, and we
hope to have the whole book ready
for the engravers within two weeks,"
Dorothy Johnson, editor of the cam-
pus yearbook announced yesterday.
This year special emphasis will be
given to the military and to groups
of war volunteer workers. Two pages
will picture the Manpower Corps at
work on farms, stores, and campus.
University women who have been do-
ing their part are shown working as
nurses' aides and rolling bandages.
Informality is the 'keynote to this
Ensian, and candid camera shots-
many of them submitted by amateurs
in the contest held last semester-are
found at the bottom of each senior
panel page.
We feel that the photography and
art are exceptional, and the book is
being planned to take in every phase
of campus life," said Miss Johnson
"The pages this year will have more
color and more design," she added.
Each school of the University, and
all campus organizations will be tied
up to the war effort with stories and
photographs showing what they have
done throughout the year.
As the deadline approaches, try-
outs who are willing to work on the
yearbook are needed even more since
many of the junior and senior editors
have been called into the armed for-
ces, according to Miss Johnson.
Engelke Hits
Housing at
Willow Run
(Continued from Page 1)
more than 18, furnished all drink-
ing water, he reported. There was
no organized system of garbage dis-
posal, no municipal sewage disposal
facilities, no water supply systems.
Acutal photographs which he had
taken in this area showed children
playing in rubbish and garbage
heaps; others pictured tents, tra-
papered shacks, trailers, and poorly
built houses crowded together-and
ofter with four or five privies dotting
the landscape. Wells, from which
many families received their drink-
ing water, were poorly covered.
Housing plans and developments,
while an improvement, will not be
adequate, Dr. Engelke maintained.
The "Townsite" has dormitories
which will accommodate 3,000 single
people. There are also planned trail-
er partments which will house 960
married couples, temporary dwelling
units for families to hold about 2,000
people, and a trailer coach "park" for
500 trailers.
FHA Lets Contract for
Willow Run Trailer Site
CLEVELAND, Feb. 27.-(P)-Con-
struction =centracts to relieve the
housing shortage in Ohio and Michi-
gan were announced today by the
Federal Public Housing Authority.
The O. W. Burke Co., Detroit, has
contracted to make 'site improve-
ments and installation of utilities for
500 trailer privately owned by work-
ers of the Ford Bomber Plant and
other war plants. The improvements

are to be made in the Willow Run
Townsite area outside of Detroit.

Postu'far Debts
Not To Be Patd
I, Gold or Goods
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27.- OP)-
The House Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee, recalling the international debt
problems arising from World War 1,
cautioned the nation today against
expecting repayment in gold or goods
when the time arrives for a post-war
settlement of lend-lease aid:
In a formal report to Congress on
the necessity for continuing the lend-
lease act for another year, the com-
mittee declared that "the method of
settlement by payment in gold or in
goods has in the past proved self-
defeating and destructive."
Moreover, it argued that such a
balancing of accounts among nations
after this war would seriously inter-
fere with the achievement of the
"world economic order on which the
prosperity of this country largely de-j
pends."
In glowing phrases, the committee
reviewed the part which this pation's
lend-lease, amounting already to
more than $9,000,000,000, has con-
tributed to the cause of the United
Nations, first in warding off the Axis
thrusts, then in taking the offensive.

Play Production
Picks Cast for
Spring Drama
The cast of characters for "Heart
of a City," the play by Lesley Storm
tp be presented by the Play Produc-
tion of the speech department March
3-6 in the Lydia Mendelssohn, has
been announced.
The play is the story of a small
revue theatre, The Windmill, during
the days of the Nazi terror as seen
from backstage, and the involved
romances of the showgirls. The role
of Judy, gay and defiant in blitzkrieg
and out, will be played by Catherine
Fletcher. Rosalind, who wins her
aviator in the traditional chilly Brit-
ish style, will. be played by Patricia
Meikle. Harry Cooper will portary
Tommy, the heart-broken song writ-
er; the lucky RAF pilot Paul Lundy
will be played by John Babington;
Marjorie Leete is cast as Toni, one
of the chorus leads and Gertrude
Slack, the comic, middle-aged Cock-
ney charwoman.
Others in the cast include Blanche
Holpar, Janet Stickney, Barbara
White, Rebecca Kynock, Carold Mis-
ner, Dorothy Wineland, Suzanne
Wood, Zabelle Yardumian.

_-~- ~ 11h - - -

IREOD

by ALEC TEMPLETON
. . heard in recital
Thursday evening

CHiCKEN -EATER -Pvt.
Raymond H. Hohn (above) of
San Francisco tears into a roast-
ed chicken, a delicacy at his
United States post somewhere
in India.

BACK TO EARTH FOR B L I M P PAT R O L-A big U. S. Navy blimp slowly settles
earthward after an anti-submarine patrol while a sister ship cruises nearby.

-incudes "Blues in the Night," "Grieg Concerto in A Minor,"
"Summertime," "It Ain't Necessarily So," "Sleepy Lagoon" and
"Tschaikovsky 6th Symphony."
PIANO SOLOS by ALEC TEMPLETON (Decca Album A-314, $2.10
PHAPSODY IN BLUE (Columbia Set X-196, $2.62)
VOCAL IMPRESSIONS; Caprice in Old Style
(Columbia Record 35723, 52c)
TEA FOR TWO; A PRETTY GIRL IS LIKE A MELODY
1(Columbia Record 36164, 75c)
Ask to hear them at

GRINNELL BROS.
323 S. MAIN STREET

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Phn 71

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C A K E C U T T E R S - Ensign J. V. Pickart .helps his bride,
Ann Louise Wickar& daughter of cabinet member, cut cake.

T E A C H E k -California shipyard workers learn sliderule 'suse
from giant model, held by Betty Bounds.

.. ,

Stop at our accessories counter for
the newest in spring merchandise.
Bags, gloves, jewelry, sox, and
blouses.

Ihe CAMPUS £hpI
305 SOUTH STATE STREETI

* THE MICHIGAN DAILY SERVICE EDITION
VOL. I, No. 20 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN FEBRUARY 28, 1943

Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower,
Commander-in-Chief of all Allied
operations in North Africa, wears
a knitted, hoodlike visored cap as
he inspects the Tunisian front.
(AP Photo by radio from London
to New York.)

was done in convenient
campus locations . . . And
another sign of the time-
women did most of the
registering.
THE CAST for the next
Play Production perform-
ance has been announced
. . . Those who will play
the lead roles in "Heart of
a City," by Lesley Storm,
are Catherine Fletcher, Pa-
tricia Meikle, Harold Coop-
er, John Babington, and
Gertrude Slack. The play
will be given March 3-6.
IN LINE with the possi-
bility that Michigan may
be one of the colleges to
be used in the new Navy
training plan comes the
news that an inspection of
the facilities of the Uni-
versity was completed this
week by Lieut. D. W. Beste

and all Friday night that
it intended to win the Con-
ference Indoor title next
Saturday, when it routed a
supposedly favored aggre-
gation of thinclads from
Ohio State, 75% to 28%2. . .
Michigan took eleven 1sts,
one a tie for first, to
two for the Buckeyes. Bob
Ufer's 49 seconds flat in
the 440 set a new Field
House record. He finished
twenty feet ahead of OSU's
Russ Owen, who is the
Conference outdoor champ
at the quarter mile . . . The
Wolverine entry finished
one, two, three in the mile,
two mile, 880, and 65 yard
low hurdles, the mile and
half mile events in a dead
heat. Michigan pulled up-
sets, even where they were
supposed to be weakest, in

goalie Hank Loud was the
defensive star for the-Wol-
verines ... he turned back
a total of 110 Illinois shots,
62 saves being credited to
him in the Saturday game.
Next week Vic Heyliger's
crew comes to Ann Arbor
Por two games .. . at pres-
ent the Varsity sextet has
a Conference record of one
tie and five losses . . . Min-
nesota, by the way, clinch-
ed the Big Ten title last
weekend ... Benny Ooster-
baan's cage team dropped
two last weekend to Ohio
State, 46-44 and 53-38 ...
The first game was marked
by five Buckeye points in
the last 60 seconds by sub
Dick Shrider, to take vic-
tory away from the Maize

to the Wolverines and two
to Milt Peppe's crew . .
Keo Nakama, OSU sopho-
more, and Jim Counsil-
man lowered the record in
the 440 freestyle and 220
breaststroke . . . The 300-
yard medley relay team
and 400 yard freestyle team
and Harry Holiday in the
150-yard backstroke were
the record smashers for
the Maize and Blue.
.. . last night the ill-fav-
ored five, which has had
difficulty since winning
two of its starting games
in Big Ten competition,
added a third victory to
its meager string by de-
feating the pitiful Chicago
Maroons in a one-sided
battle, 67-33 . . . It was

F A T A L N 0 S E DI V E-Four crewmen were killed and three reported missing when this Navy
patrol bomber crashed after taking off from Norfolk Naval Air Station,

. . .... :.,

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