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Meet Here
This Week Atoiu ity ProgramToday
chrinos20 O W eengngk of northern Europe and has partici-
the "Battle Songs of Freedom," a pated in the World Youth Congress at
Michigan Scholars world premiere of the patriotic can- Geneva.
tata, "Marching Along," composed Included among the 11 groups par-
Will Hear Lecture and conducted by the renowned New ticipating in the musical portion of
On Peace Problems York musician, Domenico Savino, and the program are the Ann Arbor Civic
an address by Louise Morley, daugh-
.orchestra, and Chorus, the Ann Ar-
Scholars will convene in Ann Arbor ter of the famous poet-novelist Chris- bor High School Chorus, the Univer-
Friday and Saturday for the 48th topher Morley, will be featured m the sity of Michigan Men's and Women's
eighth annual civic music program
annual meeting of the Michigan Glee Clubs, and the music section of
and war rally to be held at 4 p.m.t F yn u .
Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. today in Hill Auditorium. the Faculty Women's Club. Dr. Ken-
neth Westerman will direct the chor-
There will be 17 sectional pro- Background Written by Students us and audience in the song service.
grams representing various fields of%
gramsepresTentingariyos fil ofThe dramatic background for "Bat- Admission to the program will be
learning. The Academy is officialls tle Songs of Freedom"-a patriotic the purchase of one or more war
music service-was written by a com- stamps or bonds at the door.
sociation for, the Advancement of mittee of Prof. Kenneth Rowe's ad-
Science. It representes the Associa- vanced playwriting class consisting of
tion in the state and all Association John Abelke, Grad., Sheldon Finkle- Students May Get Union
members may attend the convochtion.
All addresses and sectionmeetings stein, '41, and John Craig, '41. "Battle Membership Cards Today
all adesseso a sectio meSongs of Freedom" as a script has
are open to the publc, already achieved such popularity and The Students offices of the Union
The highlight of the general pro- success that 500 copies have been re- will remain open from 7 to 10 p.m.
gram is the presidential address leased for production in response to today in order to allow those students
"Population and Peace," by Prof. H. special requests. who have not already done so, to se-
R. Hunt, chairman of the zoology The musical portion of the service cure membership cards.
department of Michigan State Col- was planned by the state defense This step has been taken to enable
lege. This lecture will be held at 8 council's committee on wartime civic students to comply with the new pol- Some of the 3,000 women war workers in the N. A. Woodworth co
p.m. Friday in the amphitlieatre of music. Dr. Arthur Secord of the icy adopted by the Student Board of take advantage of the latest in war service-a bea uty shop in the p
the Rackham Building, speech department will be the nar- Directors at their last meeting, help cut down on absenteeism among women employes who work sev
The annual reception which fol- rator, assisted by Ramon Gerson, Hal promising a strict enforcement of the and operated by the company and prices are standard.
lows the address will be held in the Cooper, John Babington, and Blanche regulation which allows use of the
room at the rear of the aamnhithea- Holpar. Union facilities to members only.
tre. The council will meet at 1:30 p.m. Louise Morley to Speak
Saturday in Room 2116 of the Natural
Louise Morley, just returned from
meeting of the Academy will convene England, will speak on "Wartime
at 3 p.m. Saturday in Room 2003 of Living" under the auspices of the
the Natural Science Building. Office of War Information and the A
Special exhibits arranged for the Office of Civilian Defense. She has 3tPEP DAY-.0 MINIMUM
Academy include a collection of traveled in nearly all the countries Ph 6363 322 S. STATE ST
ancient and modern Peruvian tex-
tiles of Mrs. Nellie S. Johnson of
Wayne University which will be in
the East and West Exhibit Rooms on
the mezzanine floor of the Rackham ----
Building through Friday and Satur-
day. The photographic exhibits of
the botany section will be held in
the Central Exhibit Rooms on the
mezzanine floor of the Rackham
Building.
Cancer Control'moel.....
M onth Planned H E R E I T ISJO E- Lt. Gen. A. F. Harmon (left) shows
L I M c 0 -Sehis "short snorter" bill to Comedian Joe E. Brown at a Pacific base.
LANSING, March 20.- (Al)-State AP
medical and civic leaders will meet
in Flint Tuesday to discuss plans for erOtiO
Michigan observance of cancer con- u oU bue
trol month, established as April by We OS 7 conece Stry
congressional resolution several not in order
years ago. .'h ob V
More than 10,000 members of state r
and metropolitan Detroit divisionsusG ece-
of the women's field army against ce
cer ill actively prticipa te dne
educational programs dircted.
against the dread disease which last ~red
year claimed 6,363 victims in Michi-
gan.
Ise
Army and Navy Officers
Will Speak at Smoker
Officers representing the Army and
Navy will speak at a special smoker ,.~
sponsored by the School of Engi-
neering at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Room -
316 of the Union. -
"What the Army and Navy Hold in
Store for any College Student Going
on Active Duty" will be discussed by AMA '"M
two officers.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY SERVICE EDITION 4
VOL. I, No. 23 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN MARCH 21, 1943
mer plans . . . Continuing oil be burnt while tradi- newest addition will fea- whieh Domenico Savine,
the academic speed-up, all tional "bull sessions" con- ture pictures, cartoons, noted composer, came
e-news stories, sports yams,frmNwYktocn
students are being reques- vene . . . It will be khaki n or s s from New York to con-
ted to continue through- and "humorful" squibs ...
out the summer term if and discipline now. The paper is also thrown duct, depicts a large crowd
The form in- open to men in uniform waiting to cheer a march-

cludes general information IT IS STRICTLY G.I-- and they will make their ing regiment as they pass This pageant called "They Will Never Di"wseatdI aio
on the students' plans in The newest thing for ser- own contributions to their in triumphant review. Square Garden, New York, last week by a cast of 2,000 Jewish actors
an effort to formulate the vice men stationed on own newspaper. with Paul Muni as narrator and 800 rabbis of New York. An Audience
summer program. THERE'S A WAVE of of 100,000 people witnessed the ceremony which was held in memory of
EVERYONE had a rat- .athe two million Jews killed in Europe. The money raised by this pro-
JUNIOR is getting right tling good time . . . With post-war panels and gram will be used to evacuate Jews from Nazi-occupied Europe.
up there these days . . City trucks making the cussions spreading thru-
There may be a decreasing campus rounds to collect out the campus these days...........:
number of men on campus tin cans in an all-out - The Post-War Council
but Manpower Corps "salvage for victory" drive.sweekly
"boss" Mary Borman is . . . Fraternities and sor- i sponsoring a
opening the way for Ann orities have been carefully public panel discussion on
Arbor high .school boys to hoarding their tin cans-- "Re-educating Germany"
get in there and . start washing them well, re- now . . . Phases on wheth-
pitching too... With ar- moving the ends and la- er or not German youth

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COMMANDER-Lt. Gen.
George C. Kenney (above) is
commander of the Allied Air
Forces in the Southwest Pacific.
Ilis airmen wiped out the Jap
convoy of 22 dips.

mpany's plant at Ferndale, Mich.,
plant. The project was designed to
en days a week. The salon is owned

Glenn Masten, (left) dark horse from Colgate, dethrones Yale's
Roy Schwartzkopf (right) to win the I.C. 4-A two-mile title at New
York. Richard R. Phillips of Tufts (center) was second.

Director

Herbert Hoover, who recently
made a speech before associations
of farmers in Missouri, urging the
deferment of farm labor on the
grounds that the raising of food
for our allies is of greater impor-
tance than the same manpower in
military units.

M.jor Ruth Cch-eey Streeer of
o the finostil: W '.

dent, youthful enthusiasm
the high school student
council accepted the sug-
gestion that they work
with the University Man-
power Corps . . . The
youthful Manpower pow-
erhouses will work with
the college corps but it
will have its own organi-
zation and leaders selected.
by themselves.
FIRST the East Quad-
rangle and then the West
Quadrangle - all things
bow to the service men
these days . .; Allen Rum-'
sey House in the West
Quad has been chosen to
house the advanced ROTC,
men when they return
from induction . . . Thee

13els and flattening them--
for the March collection.
. . . Washtenaw county's
collection quota per month
is 200 carloads, which the
campus contribution helps
to make.
* * *
ANN ARBORITES look
at the calendar and smile
ironically . . . Today at
8:30 a.m. Eastern War
Time spring was supposed
to officially begin . . . But
the red flannels and the
heavy coats are still very
much in evidence for Ann
Arbor weather is giving us
the old doublecross again.
. . . Snow, ice and cold
wind .. . Drismal.
* * *
THE EIGHTH annual

can be re-educated, how,
and by whom it should be
done will be discussed.
* * *
SEEN on Madison St.-
H{usky men drive up in
mammoth moving vans-
they disappear into Allen
Rumsey House of the West
Quadrangle-appear again
with soft chairs, soft mat-
tresses, doors and other
less and sundry articles.
. . . What goes on? . . .
Just preparing the 114
rooms for the advanced
ROTC men when they re-
turn from being inducted
into the Army ... "This is
the Army, Mr. Jones" . . .
The rooms will be trans-
ferred into strictly regula-

A KID that does his
part ... Jack Bachtell, 11,
of MacGregor, Iowa sent
his scout knife to a group
seeking long-bladed wea-
pons for soldiers in the
Pacific . . . When word of
his deed got around, ad-
mirers sent him three
knives, one of which he is

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