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THE MICHIGAN DATLY

- SUNDAY, MARCI 7, 1943

At the Michigan.. . At the State . I
The first stirring drama to come Hollywood magic reaches lofty new]
out of the blazing desert warfare heights in "Arabian Nights," accord-
that led to the British victory in ing to the flood of enthusiastic raves
Libya-that's "Immortal Sergeant", by critics who have witnessed initial
which opens at the Michigan today. showings of its new technicolor inno-
Starring Henry Fonda and Mau- vations.
reen O'Hara, the action-packed film Opening at the State today, the
which was translated to the screen new picture stars Jon Hall, Maria
,rom John Brophy's novel of the !ontez and Sabu in a story dealing
with the romantic adventures of
same name, the film tells the story Sherazade. Maria Montez, Latin star,
of average men growing to the sta- appears in this role, while Jon Hall
tare of heroes under an incredible i and Leif Erikson portray the broth-
strain; an epic of men under fire. ers who fall under her spell.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
E ALTERATIONS

New Spanish Play Is Chosen

She GetsAround

The Spanish play to be given April
6 will be "Cancion de Cuna," "Cradle
Sang," by G. Martinez Sierra instead
of the play formerly announced, ac-
cording to Prof. A. Mercado of the
Department of Languages.
The cast of the play will includej
Ann Terbrueggen, '45, as Sister of
Juana de la Cruz, Marian Edgar, '43,I
at Teresa, Doris Bazant, '43, as La

Priora, Gloria McClure as La Vicaria.
Mary Sleator, '46, as Maestra de
Novieias. and Eve Shempp. '4, as
Sister Maria-Jesus.
Also in the cast are Bethine Clark,
'45; Carmelita Rosasco, Grad; Ruth
Conzelman. '45; Emily Peter, '45;
Elizabeth Hancock. '45; Jack Vaughn,
'43, and Francisco Villegas, Grad.

Post-War Council Reorganizes
A complete reorganization of the Those in chcarge of activities in-
Fost-War Council was instituted elude Mary Moore. '43. Library Com-
$aturday by Pat McGraw, '44, chair- mittee: Fern Rice, '43. Intercollegi-
man. ate Organizations: Miss McGraw,
Under the new plan the council Conference Committee: Herb Heav-
consists of three branches, the Exec- enrich, '44E. Speakers: Charlotte No-
rtive Staff, the Advisory Staff and ble, '43, Polling Committee; George
the General Staff. Walsh, '45, Publicity, and Jean Rich-
The Executive Staff is made up ards, '45. Daily representative.
cf Miss McGraw, the Secretary- The Conference Committee is
Treasurer, Harold Sokwitne. '46, and )lanuing another conference similar
the heads of the various projects. to the one held last fall.
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SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1943
VOL. LII No. 107
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
Student Tea: President and Mrs. Ruth-
ven wil be at home to students Wednes-
day afternoon, March 10, from 4 to 6E
o'clock.
Enlisted dReserve Corps Students: Some
students are being called to active duty
even though they are eligible for defer-
nent for the term. This has apparently
beenrdone in error. Such students should
not withdraw until instructions have been
received from Chicago.
B. D. Thuma,
Armed Services Representative
Students entering the armed services: It
would be advisable for all students enter-
ing the armed .services to take with them
a transcript of their college record. In
view of the large number of transcripts
which will be called for, it is necessary
that a student make application at least
three days in advance of the date when
he expects to withdraw.
B. D. Thuma,
Armed Services Representative
Faculty of the College of Literature, Sci-
ance, and the Arts: The five-week fresh-
man reports will be due Saturday, March
13. In the Academic Counselors' Office, 108
Mason Hall.
Arthur Van Duren,
Chairman, Academic CounselorsI
Germn Table for Faculty Members will
meet Monday at 12:10 pn. in the Found-
ers' Room, Michigan Union. Members of
all departments are cordially invited. There
will be a brief talk on "Aus der Imkerei
by Mr. Werner F. Striedieck.'
' The American Association of University
Professors is sponsoring a dinner, followed
by sp Open Forum on Monday, March 8,
at 6:30 p.m. at the Michigan Union. Forum
subject: "The University and Its Public
Relations." Dean Edmonson will preside
and the four panel members vill be Pro-
fessors Harold Dorr. Wesley H. Mauer,
Shirley W. Allen and Norman E. Nelson.
Send reservations to C. N. Wenger, 33 East
Hal.
The America Association of University
Women Fellowship: The Ann Arbor-Ypsi-
lanti Branch of the A.A.U.W. is again
offering a fellowship for the year 1943-
1944 in honor of Dr. May Preston Slosson.
This fellowship is open to women students
for graduate study in any field. Applica-
tion blanks may be obtained now from
the Graduate School Office and must be
returned to that office no later than
March 15 in order to receive consideration.
Students, College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts:
In connection with the numerous re-
quests which have come to this office from
students who are in the Enlisted Reserve
Corps and who anticipate early orders for
active duty, the policy of the College in
general is not to attempt any prorating
of credit for those who are withdrawing
up to the end of five weeks. Students
who remain in residence beyond five weeks
may petition for prorated credit if they
are in good standing in their courses at
the time of witdrawal. In the case of
graduating seniors who can remain in
residence for at least eight weeks, special
arrangemnents will be made to allow them
to complete as much of their work as
possible. All requests for the adjustment
of credit by students who are being in-
ducted into the Armed Forces should be
made through this office (Room 1220 An-
gel Hall). E. A. Walter
Registration for Summer Jobs: The an-
nual registration for students looking for
eummer employment will be held Wed-
nesday, March 10, at 4:15 p.m. in Room
205 Mason Hall. This refers particularly
to educational advisers, camp counseling,
and all types of summer jobs.
University Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information
The Hooker Electrochemical Company of
Niagara Falls, N.Y. is interested in employ-
ing chemists or chemical engineers. They
have been awarded the Army-Navy "E"
for high achievement in war production,
Salaries and chances for advancement are
outlined in the information we have re-
ceived. We also have a limited number

3f application forms to be filled out and
sent in to the company
Further information may be had by call-
ing 4 the office of the Bureau of Appoint-
nents, 201 Mason Hall, office hour3 9---
and 2-4.
Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information
The University Bureau of Appointments
has received notice of the following civil
service examinations:
UNITED STATES:
Accounting and Auditing Assistant -
open until needs have been met-$2,000
plus overtime.
Blueprint, Photostat Operators - open
until needs have been met-,$1,440 plus
overtimne.
Agricultural Aids--open until needs have
been met-$1,620 to $2,000 plus overtime.
Junior engineers (womenl f artueuiari--
open until needs have been miet-$2,000
plus overtime.
NEW YORK STATE:
Principal Tax Collector-March 18. 1943
-$4,000 to $5,000.
RADCLIFFE COLLEGE:
We have received an announcement of
two fellowships for study in personnel ad-
nministration which Radcliffe College offers.
If interested, please leave your name in
'our office.
Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information
Lectures
University Lecture: Sir Bernard Pares,
English historian and diplomat, will lec-
ture on the subject, "Russia Now," under
the auspices of the Department of His-
tory, ou Tuesday, March 9, at 4:15 p.m. in
the Rackham Amphitheatre.
American Chemical Society Lecture: Dr.
Carl R. Addinall, Director of Library Serv-
ices, Merck and Company, will lecture on
the subject, "The vitamiins; their Indus-
trial Development and Importance," under
the auspices of the University of Michigan
Section, American Chemical Society, on
Friday, March 12, at 4:15 p.m. in Room
151. Chemistry Building. The public is
invited.
Lecture: Dr. Dow V. Baxter, .Associate
Professor of Silvics and Forest 'Pathology
at the University of Michigan, will lec-
ture on the subject, "Alaska." under the
auspices of Sigma Gamma Epsilon and
the Geology Department, on Tuesday.
Ma rch 16, at 4:15 p.m. in the Rackham
Amphitheatre. The public is invited.
Latin American Lecture: Robert Friers,
the Vagabond Reporter, will present a
movie lecture, "Wheels over the Andes."
on Tuesday, March 9, at 8:15 p.m. In the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, under the
auspices of La Sociedad Hispauica. This
lecture will be in English. Open to the

NELSON

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Motion ,icture actress Carol I
Landis (above). 24, displays the
Eagle SQuadron insignia (top),
U.S. Air Force (second from top),
French Foreign Legion (third,
left), Grenadier Guards (third
0 own, right), anl R.A.F. (bt-
tom) itsigias during a press con-
Terence in New York after she re-
turned from a four-month tour of
American fighting fronts where
she entertained U.S. forces.
Adolf, Speak to Us!
By The Associated Press
At the close of one of its French-
language programs to the continent
today the British radio "invited"
Hitler to taakl to the air-
"Adolf, since November no one
has seen Adolf. Adoli, we want to
hear you. Hitler to the radio! Hit-
ler to the radio!" said the broadcast,
recorded by the Federal Communica-
tions Commission.
(lYM RepICSUZIS NRPIJ
National Resources Planning Board.
representative Charles H. Stoddard,
Jr. was in Ann Arbor yesterday re-
garding proposed revisions of the
1939 report on the natural resources
of the nlorthern lake states, Michi-
gan, Wisconsin and Minnesota.

WED., MAR. 17-8:30
HlILL AUiDITORIUM

A limited nwmber of tickets still available
University Musical .Society, Burton

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Academic Notices
Mathematics Club will meet Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock in the West Confer-
once Room, Rackham Building. Professor
rhrall will speak on "Some Remarks on
Modern Algebra."
Bacteriology 312 Seminar will meet
on Tuesday, March 9, at 4:15 p.m. in Room
1564, East Medical Building. Subject:
"Growth Requirements of a Butyl-Acetone
Organisn." All interested are invited.
Chemistry Colloquium will meet Wed-
nesday, March 10, at 4:15 p.m. in Room
303 Chemistry Building. Dr. Raymond Kel-
ler will speak on "Chemistry of Hafnium."
Biological Chemistry Seininar will meet
on Tuesday, March 9, at 7:30 p.m. in Room
319, West Medical Building. "Nucleic
Acids and their Hydrolysis Products" will
be discussed. All interested are invited.
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