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THE IC HI-GAN - D A ILY

FRIDAY,' MARCH 26, 1943

*4~Qt~wO~ FRIDAY MARCH 28~)141

- AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

War Movies
To Be Shown
Sunday Ni ht

MUSIC TO THEIR EARS
Morris Hall's Monthly Letters
Cheer Band Members in Service

Speech Contesjv
Vanuscripts
Due Monday

FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1943
VOL. LIII No. 122

All notices for the Daily Official Bul-
letin are to be sent to the Office of theI
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
To the members of the faculty, College
of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
The seventh regular meeting of the
Faculty of the College of Literature, Sc-
ence, and the Arts will be held in Room
1025 Angell Hall, on Monday, April 5, at
4:10 p.m.
The reports of the various committees
have been prepared in advance and are
included With this call to the meeting.
They should be retained in your files as
part of the minutes of the April meeting.
Edward H. Kraus
AGENDA:
1. Consideration of the minutes* of the
March Meeting, pp. 940-941, which have
been distributed by campus mail.
2. Introduction of new members.
3. Memorial-Professor Albert B. Peck.
Committee: F. E. Bartell, E. H. Kraus,
and W. F. Hunt, Chairman.
4. Consideration of reports submitted
with the call to this meeting.
a. Executive Committee-Professor T.
H. Hildebrandt.
b. Executive Board of the Graduate
School-Professor Z. C. Dickinson.

c. University Council-No meeting
during the past month.
d. Senate Advisory Committee-Pro-
fessor 0. S. Duffendack.
e. Deans' Conference-Dean E. H.
Kraus.
5. Special Order: Evaulation of Services
of Faculty Members of Senate Rank-
Professor A. S. Alton.
6. Summer Faculty Meetings., Recom-
mendation of the Executive Committee.
7. Proposed Curriculum in Medical Tech-
ciology.
8. Reporting of Grades-Dr. R. L. Wil-
liams.
9.Room Situation-Dean L. S. Wood-
burne.
10. Codification of Faculty Regulations-
Professor 1. M. Dorr.
11. New Business.
12. Announcements,
School of Education Faculty: The reg-
ular meeting of the faculty will be held
on Monday, March 29, in the University
Elementary School Library. Tea will be
served at 3:45 p.m. and the meeting will
convene at 4:15 p.m.
If you wish to finance the purchase of a
home, or if you have purchased Improved
property on a land contract and owe a
balance of approximately 60 per cent of the
value of the property, the Investment Of-
fice, 100 South Wing of University Hall,
would be glad to discuss financing through
the medium of a first mortgage. Such fi-
nancing may effect a substantial saving in
interest.

German Table for Faculty Members will
meet 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 Amphitryon
23 by Mr. H. W. Nordmeyer.
Sumnmer forestry work in the West:
Both forestry and non-forestry students
are needed for forest fire control and tree
disease control work during the summer in
Oregun, for the Department of the In-
terior, and throughout the entire Western
States area for the United States Forest
Service, Department of Agriculture.
War givesnforest fireprotection added
importance. and students may consider
employment in this work a patriotic serv-
ice. Wages* will amount to $130.00 a
month, less deductions for board where
this is furnished and a small deduction
for quarters where the workers camp in
permanent buildings. Ordinarily there
will be a six-day week of forty-four hours;
and special training will be given at the
beginning of the work. Such a summer
will amount to good hardening experi-
ence for students who expect to enter
the Army in the fall. Students 17 years
of age are particularly desired.
Iniuirles may be made and applications

, , , ,,The recently started monthly nws-
'Target -forT ight letter sent from Morris Hall to Uni-
id 'Food Cionvov' Are versity of Michigan band members

to take facts from letters which All speech manuscripts for the Na-
come in." Each month all new ad- tional Discussion Contest mt, be
dresses will be printed so the boys_"o
eLL,~v~e tuy 7iVIUUUxd in d1UlA tfm n

in military service is helping those in service will know about each oth-
Igreg ted who remain and those who have ers' activities as well as the activities
gone stick together. here at Michigan.
Two war movies will be shown in Two letters have already been sent Many of the boys are continuing
the third of the series of programs to approximately fifty men whose their band work under Uncle Sam.
being sponsored by the University addresses are on file, including one Nine men are playing in the Army
Eesi on Soryend ythe UMchigay to Ireland and one to Australia. "We Air Force Band at Brooks Field, Tex.
Extension Serice and tile Michigan are trying to get all addresses." said Six are in the Army Air Force BandI
Union at 8:15 p.m. Sunday in the George Irwin, '43, student manager at Camp Luna, New Mexico.
auditorium of the Kellogg Dental of the band.
Building. - The first two letters contained
mesags ro M. evll, hoArt A ssociaition To
S"Target foi' Tonight," a four-reel m
movie, tells the story of an actual air signs himsl, "Th ChiH dExhibitHere
George Irwin and from Paul'Liddi-
raid by the Bomber Command of the coat, '43, quartermaster, and Herb- The Ann Arbor Art Association
Royal Air Force from the preliminary ert Watkins, faculty business mana- will sponsor an art exhibition fom
plans to the crew's report back to ger. The messages included news of April 2 to 23 in the galleries of the
headquarters. all band activities and interesting Horace Rackham Building. The
The other movie to be shown facts about the campus during war show will be open daily from 2 to 5
"Food Convoy.*" This portrays the I"Next." said Irwin, "we are going and fron 7 to 10 except for Sundays
members of an escorting destroyer's for three weeks.
crew starting out at night to bring a For the first time in its history
lar ronvv in safelv. Through con- FATS SALVAGE HELD prizes will be awarded. Ten dollars

entered by iMon ay. n orcier o quai-
ify for consideration in later intra-
regional and inter-regional compe-
tit.on.
The topic foi the speeches is "How
the American Republics are cooperat-
ing in winning the war." Manu-
scripts should be less than 1,000
words and should be written as a
speech. The two winners will be
entered in the central regional com-
petition which will be held in April.
To this date, no manuscripts have
been turned in which leaves the con-
test open to any who wish to partici-
pate.
MICHIGAN
THE HALL
OF FAME
PICTURE
Another Iriunith
from M-G-All

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HEmY PAL!! I
She'll Wake Up (
it You Ask Hter /
~To
Ticket Sale Monday and Tuesday
from 1 - 5 at the Union Desk
$.50 including tax
featuring"
CLYDE LUCAS' ORCHESTRA
Presented by the Classes of '45 and '46
Lost Big Dance of the Year
FRIDAY, APRIL 9-at the UNION

are available at Room 3052, Natural Sci- versations and orders during a threa-
ence Building. Saturday morning, be- tened emergency are shown the pre-
tween 9 and 11, March 27. e
S. T. Dana, Dean cautions taken to secure the saf
passage and arrival of the convoy.
Summer work with TVA: - ~ -
Students who have completed their tI'avel on the job. Employes will furnish
basic forestry courses, particularly plane their own transportation from school or
surveying, forest mensuration, and den- home to the base of operations, and will
drology, are needed for timber survey provide their own subsistence and bed-
summner work on Authority lands by the ding.
Tennessee Valley Authority, Knoxville, Applications are available and inter-
Tennessee. views may be obtained at Room 3052.
Candidates should be in good physical Natural Science Building, Saturday morn-
condition, able to swim, since they will ing, between 9 and 11. March 27.
travel by boat and live on houseboats, s. T. Dana, Dean
and should have a taste for outdoor living
In sparsely settled country. Salaries, based Seniors: May, 1943: College of L.S.A.,
on a six-day week, are expected to be Schools of Education. Music, and Public
$133.83 per month. The Authority will Health:
furnish living quarters, equipment and (Continued on Page 4)
CLASSIFIED ADVERITISING

A special household fats salvage
drive is being held this week and next
in Ann Arbor in connection with the
national waste fat salvage committee
of the glycerine and associated indus-
tries, George H. Gabler, Washtenaw
County salvage chairman, announced
yesterday.

in War Savings Stamps will be given
for the best entries in oil painting,
sculpture, water color, prints, and
crafts.
The exhibition will include numer-
ous works by both students and fac-
ulty in the College of Architecture
and Design.

I :

CLASSIFIED
RATES
Non-Contract
$ .40 per 15-word insertion for
one or two days. (n-
crease of loc for each
additional 5 words.)
$1.00 per 15-word insertion for
three or more days. (In-
crease of $.25 for each
additional 5 words.)
Contract Rates on Request
HELP WANTED
STUDENT WANTED for part-time
position in receiving department.
Apply in person. Goldman Bros.
Cleaners. 214 S. State.
CUNNINGHAM DRUG CO. has op-
enings for part time soda clerk be-
tween 6 and 10 p.m. 50c per hour.
226 S. Main St.
STUDENT WANTED for part-time
driver's position. Apply in person.
Goldman Bros. Cleaners. 214 S.
State St.
MISCELLANEOUS
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL--
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Co., phone 7112.

WANTED
WANTED-Used clothes. Best prices
paid. Ben the Tailor, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. Phone 5387 after 6 p.m.
LOST and FOUND
LOST-Pair of glasses. Blue leather
case, between Packard and Mon-
roe. Please call 5343.
LOST-Alligator cigaret case; black
and grey Shaeffer pencil, inscribed
-Burton Burg. Reward. 2-4409.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-New French language
phone, with records and books;
$10; cost $60, Call after 1:00 p.m.,
918 Packard.
EXCHANGED at Pi Beta Phi Tea,
Feb. 13th, pair of brown carriage
boots. Call Helen Anderson, Betsy
Barbour.

* *SPECIALS**
50c I pana Tooth,-Paste ..........43c
Prophylactic Tooth Brushes ...... 47c
100 Puretest Aspirin .P.P..........49c
96 Tablets Vimms . $1.69
500 Kleenex Tissues .............25c
Revlon Lipstick. ........60c,
Paramount Developing and Printing
of your films - one-day service
Light Lunches Served at Our Fountain
THE REXALL STORE ON THE CAMPUS
340 SOUTH STATE

America!t
RONALD CORM
GREEK GARSON
in JAMES HILTON'S
RANDOM
flARVEST
Directed by MERVYN LeROY
Produced by SIDNEY FRANXLIN
with PHILIP DORN
SUSAN PETERS
HENRY TRAVERS . REGINALD
OWESN *BRAMWELL FLETCHER
4 55e
40e ..t
UNTIL Closing
5 P.M. Continuous
Next "CASABLANCA"

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LOST-Shaeffer pen hetween Wit-
ham's Drug Store andPresbyte-
rian Church. Reward. Call Lewis,
2-3279.
LOST-Black leather zipper billfold,
containing $25.00 and valuable pa-
pers. Campus vicinity. Reward.
Phone 2-3790, 328 E. William.
LOST-Woman's gold Bulova wrist
watch somewhere between State,
South University, and Sigma Nu
house. Call Margery Merriam at
2-2569. Reward.
STUDENTS
PART-TIME JOBS available. Willow
Lodge Cafeteria. U.S. 112, Ypsi.
lanti. Apply 2049 E. Mich.

TYPEWRITERS of all makes. O
fice and portable models. Bough
rented, repaired. Student and O
fice Supplies. 0. D. Morrill, 31
South State St. Phone 6615.
LAUNDERING

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HELP WANTED-Young lady, not
student, 20-30 years old, reliable
and efficient-for secretarial work
and selling from record and radio
stock. 10:00 to 5:45 daily. $25.00
a week. Apply Mr. Wallace, 3542.

LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darn,
Careful work at low price.

WAR BONDS ISSUED HERE! DAY OR
Continuous Shows W'
From P.M. NEWE
Today and Saturday

NIGHT

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S*. and you can help!

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For a squadron in the air or tanks on the
ground, it's speed that counIs. To them, swift
communication is vital, just as it is to moving
armies and to war produetioi.
Every college Luan and woman can help
keep the lines of communication open for vital
war 'calls by using Long Distance* only when
most urgent... by giving the number.. . and

OSEPH COTTEN - DOLOROS DEL RIOY
UTH WARRICK wirh ORSON WELLES

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