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PAGE THREE

DAILY

ChwITC-TIA1 I TT.T.TIM

A WOMAN'S TOUCH:
Elbow Grease Converts Male
Co-op Into Female Domain

.A. A. J LN .. LA XA A..V

SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1943
VOL. LIII -No. 118
All notices for the Daily Offtcial 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-
Notces
Engineers - Special Assemblies: Engi-
neering students wUl be excused from
classes in order to attend special assein-
blies In Room 348, West Engineering
Building, as follows:
Sophomores-Tuesday, March 23, 1 o'clock
Juniors-Thursday, March 25, 1 o'clock
Seniors-Wednesday. March.24. 1 o'clock
Freshmen as usual-Wednesday, March
24, 10 and 2 o'clock.
Assistant Dean
A. H. Lovell,
Credit for Men Entering Armed Serv-
ices: -By action of the faculty of the
College of Architecture and Design, stu-
dents Jeaving for active duty with the
armed forces will be granted general
credit in proportion to the number of
weeks of the term attended in courses
elected, up to the time of withdrawal.
Forms for students withdrawing will .be
mailed to instructors in all courges, re.-
questing an immediate report as to the
student's attendance and tentative grade
up to the time of withdrawal. Each stu-

dent's case will be reviewed as to specific
credit and grade in any given course at
such time as the student may return to
the University. Partial credit in specific
courses is not being recorded at this time.
Wells Bennett, Dean
German Table for Faculty Members will
ineet Monday at 12:10 p.m. in the Found-
ers' Room, Michigan Union. Members of
all departments are cordially invited.
There will be a brief talk on "Kriegsgase'"
by Mr. R. H. Gillette.
Seniors: May, 1943: College of L.S.A.,
Schools of Education, Music, and Public
Health:
Tentative lists of May, 1943, graduates
have been posted in Room 4, U Hall.
Please check the list, and notify counter
clerk of any discrepancies.
Assistant Registrar
Robert L. Williams,
Aeronautical, Civil, and Mechanical
Engineering Seniors: Mr. Fletcher N.
Platt, Design Engineer for Fleetwings In-
corporated' of Bristol. Pennsylvania. will
interview May hnd September graduates
.n Monday afternoon, March 22, for posi-
tions in aerodynamics, structures, draft-
ing, and production engineering. Inter-
views will be held in Room 3205 East
Engineering Building. Interested seniors
will please sign the interview schedule
posted on the Aeronautical Engineering
Bulletin Board, near Room B-47 East
Engineering Building.

A.d .. A. L LA1
Notice for Water Safety Instructors:
Preliminary training for candidates for
Water Safety Instructors certificates will
begin Monday, March 22, at the Union
Pool. Class will meet on Mondays and
Wednesdays from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. This
preliminary training consists of 15 hours
of work. Course is open to men and womn-
-en.
Those who are renewing their certifi-
cates will begin their training April 19.
Arrangements will be Made for any' stu-
dent who .wishes late permission if she
will contact Miss Betty Bandlow at Bar-
bour Gymnasium.
Women Students: Lieutenant Nina Mun-
cie of the WAACs will be in the Armory
on March 24, 26-and 27, and in the War'
Information Center, Michigan League,
,March 25.
The University Bureau of Appointments
has received notice of the following:
U.S. CIVIL SERVICE
Analysts (Business & Industry); Until
needs have been met; ,$2,000 to .$6,500 a
year plus overtime.
Aircraft Factory Inspectors (must pos-
sess' a valid Aircr aft Mechanic's certifi-
cate and an Aircraft Engine Mechanic's
certificate); until needs have been met;
$3,200 a year plus overtime.
Agricultural Specialists; until needs
have been met; $2,600 to $6,500 plus over-
time.
Social Scientists (Historical Specialist);
the closing ,date previously announced has
been extended. indefinitely; $2,600 to $6,500
-a year plus overtime.
MICHIGAN CIVIL SERVICE
Mighway Engineering Aide B; April 7,
1943; $125 to $145 per month.
Highway Engineering Aide AI; April
7, 1943; .$145 to $165 per month.
Further information -may .be had from
the notices which are on file in the office
of the Bureau of .Appointments, 201 Mason
Hall, office hours 9-12 and 2-4.
Bureau of Appointments and
occupational Information
Lectures
University Lecture: Dr. Merle Curti,
Professor of History, University of Wis-
consin, will lecture on the subject, "The
Impact of American Wars on Education",
under the auspices -of he chool of Edu-
cation, and the Department of History, on
Thuray, March 25, at 4:15 p.m. in the
Rackhain Amphitheatre. The public is
invited.
University Lectures: A Symposium on
Traumatic Vhodk will Ue conducted by
Dr. Carl J. -Wiggers, Professor -of Physiol-
ogy, MeIQ.al Sohool, Western Reserve Uni-
versity; Dr. Roy D. McClure, Surgeon-in-
Chief, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit; Dr.
Frederick A. Coller, Chairman of the De-
partanent of Surgery, University of Michi-
gan; with Dr. Cyrus C. Sturgis, Chair-
man of the Departmnt of Interal 4edi-
cle, prehding; un er the auspices of the
edica1 Schgol and of the Michigan Acad-
(Continued on Page 4)

By KATHIE SHARFMAN
Wallpaper, paint, and elbow-grease
-these were the ingredients which
converted Rochdale, a large men's
cooperative, into a strictly feminine
house.
The exodus of men from school for
the armed services left the house last
semester with hardly enough mem-
bers to keep it going. So the girls'
cooperatives, who had an excess of
applicants, decided to take over.
The women moved into Rochdale
at the beginning of this semester, and
in a few short weeks they have re-
moved all signs of masuline occupa-
tion.
True to the spirit of cooperation
'each girl was alloted an equal share
of work. During the weekends, work
holidays were arranged with men and
women from other cooperatives.
At the work holidays house man-
ager Elsie Litman, '43SM, apportion-
Scabbard and
Blade Closes
20-Year Orgaization
Dissolves for War
After twenty years at Michigan,
the Scabbard and Blade last week
halted activities on campus for the
duration.
Founded some forty years ago at
the University of Wisconsin the Scab-
bard and Blade, a national honorary
military society, selects its members
from the advanced course of the
ROTC on a basis of high scholarship
and efficiency in military work.
Although officially suspended in
accordance with the constitution of
the organization, the company's high
standards are being carried on by the
men who are now in the armed forces
of the United States.
83 WASN'T ENOUGH
SEATTLE, March 20-(P)-Eighty-
three times a civilian employee of
the Sand Point Naval Air Station
tested a parachute he had. designed,
using dummies of his own weight.
Then he decided to try it out in per-
Son from 10,000 feet, taking along
a regular 'chute as an emergency.
Tonight the 13th Naval District
staff headquarters reported that he
was killed in a drop from a plane
when both parachutes failed to open.

ed about three hours work to each
person, giving the heavier tasks to
the men. After the assignments were
completed, the men and girls relaxed
and spent a pleasant evening dancing.
The girls and men who have
worked at Rochdale feel that they
have accomplished a good deal more
than merely the re-finishing of a
house. Each person feels that he has
participated in a democratic experi-
ment. Many believe that in addition
to having fun, they have become bet-
ter adjusted to the war effort through,
the experience of working as a uni-
fied group toward a common goal.
Girls' Co-ops To Be
Featured in 'Post'
A three-page pictorial survey of
the girls' cooperatives at Michigan
will be featured in a June issue of the
Saturday Evening Post, John Mac-
Kinnon '43 BA, ICC president, an-
nounced yesterday.
Photographer Serge Balkin of the
Saturday Evening Post has been on

OAQVIEI PREVIE F" WIS
SAtI ht Michigan . . . At theState ...
Based on James Hilton's best-sell- Hailed as the finest of Alfred Hitch-
ing novel, "Random Harvest," open- cock's suspense-dramas, "Shadow of
ing today at the Michigan, brings to a Doubt" opens at the State today.
the screen a poignant tale of love Starring Joseph Cohen and Teresa
entwined with the fate of a man try- Wright,the film deals with an aver-
ing to find himself. age American town aud an average
Starring Greer Garson, as a dance- American family. ma':king a depart-
hall actress, and Ronald Colman, as ure from the usual Hitchcock plot.
Charles Ranier. a millionaire British The story concerns a notorious
industrialist. the plot deals with fugitive murderer who hides out in-
Ranier's fight to recapture the lost cognito with digtant relatives totally
period in his life during which he unaware of his criminal record.
suffered from war shock. Miss Wright in the role of the
Hailed by critics throughout the murderer's nice, turns in an excel-
nation for its splendid characteriza- lent performance which contrasts
tions, "Random Harvest" played for sharply in type with the previous
over two months at the Radio City role she had playud in "Mrs. Miniver"
music Hall. and "Pride of the Yankees". Cotten
Featured in the fine supporting as the mysterious guest, is noted for
cast are Philip Dorn as the doctor, his remarkable characterizations in
Susan Peters, Henry Travers, and "Citizen Kane"' and "The Magnifi-
Reginald Owen. cent Ambersoas".

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campus this weekend taking pictures
which will be used in the article. Mr.
Balkin has taken pictures which will
best show the spirit of the cooperative
movement.
Activities photographed include an
ICC "work holiday," the 15-minute
morning clean-up, an exchange din-
ner, morning exercises, an applicant's
tea, and an ICC party.
The pictures taken will show how
75 co-eds living in Katharine Picke-
rell, Muriel Lester, Alice F. Palmer
and Rochdale cooperatives have ad-
justed their life in school with life
in a nation at war.

Welcomes
the Men of the
U. S. Armed Forces
To Ann Arbor

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CONTRIBUTE $1,010.42;
Girls Scrub for Bomber Fund

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By BETTY KOFFI5AN
Dust rags, floor mops, and carpet
sweepers have beenefficiently wield-
ed -by Stockwell Hall's girls with the
result that a grand total of $,010.42
has been added to the fund of the
Bomber Scholarship.
During the Fall Term, when help
was difficult toobtain, the girls were
without the aid of the dormitory's
usual maid service, so they all pitched
in and did their own work. And in-
spection showed that the girls did a
very good job of keeping their rooms
in order.
On the suggestion of the House
Council, the money thus saved will be
contributed to the Bomber Scholar-
sbhi. Mrs. Ma.rtha Ray, Stockwell's
4o.use director, announced yesterday
that the follpwing letter has bpeen re-
ceived from Mr. Francis C. Shiel,
Business Manager of Residence
Xialls:
"It gives me a great deal of
pleasure t ipform yog, on behalf
of the .Bar4 of Governors of

Residence Halls, that financial
recognition in the amount of
$1,010.42 has been voted the res-
idents of Stockwell Hall for house-
keeping duties which they as-
sumed during the Fall Term of the
present University year. By your
choice, this remuneration will be
in the form of a check drawn in
favor of the University of Michigan
Bomber SEcholarship Fund, and will
have attached to it a complete list
of the residents of Stockwell Hall
during the Fall Term, all of whom
areto be considered as contributors
to the. Fund. The Board wishes to
express their appreciation for the
patience and the cooperative spirit
you have shown in assisting us vol-
untarily during this emergency."
"This proves that University girls.
are not only capable of doing their
own cleaning efficiently when it is
necessary, but they are more than
willing to contribute such services
when they know it will help a worthy
,,cause," Mrs. Ray said.

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