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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN To Be Given
SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 194-A
VOL. LIII. No. 136
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.mn. of the day preceding Its pubhilca-
tion, except on Saturday when the no-
tices should,be submitted by'11:30 a.m.
Faculty Tea: President and Mrs, Ruth-
yen will be at home to members of the
faculty and other townspeople this after.
noon from 4 to 6 o'clock. Cars may park
in the restricted zone on South University
between 4:00 and 6:30 p.m.
To Members of the University Council:
There wiil be a meeting of tie lniversity
7levator Operators (Passenger and Freight.
.xcluding Industrial freight elevators
isrdeIn connection w ith production);
3ardcners; Greens Keelpers; Grud
'icepers: Messengers. Errand Boys, Office
3oys; Porters (other than those in rail-
-oad train service),
Shirley W. Smith
German Table for Faculty Members will
neet Monday at 12:10 p.m. In the Found-
rs' Room, Michigan Union. Members of
Ul] departments are cordially invited.
rhere will be a brief talk on "Der Bever-
dge Plan" by Mr. Julius Wolf.
Choral Union Members: There will be a
ull rehearsal of the Chorus on Monday
wening, April 12. at 7 o'clock at the
3chool of Music Building, instead of Tues-
lay evening as originally scheduled.
School of Education' Convocation: The
ighth annual Convocation of undergrad-
,iate and graduate students who are candi-
lates for the Teacher's Certificate durIng
-he academic year will be held in Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre on Thursday, April
i.5, at 4:15 p.m. This Convocation is spon-
icred by the School of Education; and
:nembers of other faculties, students, and
the general public are cordially invited.
lice-President Yoakum will preside at the
'onvocation and Dr. Karl Bigelow, Direc-
'-Or of the Commisslon on Teacher Edi-
Sara Titus Will Play
At Lydia Mleudelssoh
Sara Titus, violinist, accompanied
by Maud Okkelberg, will present a
public recital at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
The recital is being presented in
partial fulfillment of the require-
!ments for the degree of Bachelor of
Music. For the past three years Miss
Titus has been a. student of Prof.
Miss Titus will begin her recital
with Corelli's "Sonata in D," which
she will follow with "Concerto, Op.
64." by Mendelssohn. She will play
Paganini's "Caprice XIII" and Szym-
anowski's "Chant de Roxane."
OMAHA. April 10.- iP- The
flood swollen Missouri River. ;ts
muddy waters already spilling :Ver
thousands of Nebraska and Iowa
farm acres, threatened the metro-
politan areas of Omaha and Council
Bluffs tonight with the biggest de-
struction wrought by flood since the
disaster of 1881.
To meet that threat hundreds of
workers strengthened dikes, Red
Cross and Salvation Army officials
prepared to care for evacuated fam-
ilies, and civilian defense workers
stood by to answer any emergency
calls to duty.
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WEAR WHAT YOU LIKE, WE
Don't Give a Darn!.
* MEXICO BUILDS A DEMOCRACY
e PEOPLES OF CANADA
* GREAT LAKES
A truly American film. A study of Canada's answer to
Hitler's doctrine of race superiority. An excellent survey of
Canadian life. Marvelous discussion of the shipping over
the Great Lakes and the effect of this on our war effort.
Educational and informative.
Kellogg Auditorium': Dental Building
SUNDAY, April 1II8:15to9:15
Contributed by the MICHIGAN UNION
Council, Mondpy, April 12, at 4:15 p.m.
in the Rackham Amphitheatre. Univer-
.;ity Senate Member' are invited.
Note to Seniors, May Graduates, and
Graduatc Students: Please file application
for degrees cr any special certificates (i.e.
Geology Certificate, Journalism Certifi-
cate, etc.) at once if you expect to receive
adegree or certificate at Commencement
on May 29, 1943. We cannot guarantee
that the University will confer a degree or
certificate at Commencement upon any
:tudent who fails to file such application
before the close of business on Thursday,
April 29. Tf application is received later
than April 29, your degree 'or certificate
may not be awarded until next fall.*
Candidates for degrees or certificates
may f!ll out cards at once at office of the
\Tccretary or recorder of their own school
\or college (students enrolled in the College
PIP Dof Literature, Science, and the Arts,
PILIP D O R NSchool of Music, School of Education, and
A NN A STEN'School of Public Health, please note that
Directed by LO UlS KING A 'pplicaticn blanks may be obtained and
Produced bySOLM.WURTZE1: flied in the Registrar's Office, Room 4,
Screen Ploy by Jack Andrews University Hall).
Please do not delay until the last day,
as all diplomas and certificates must be'
Extra Added lcttered and signed, and we shall be great-
ly helped in this work by the early filing
ALAN MOWBRAY of applications and the resulting longer
period for preparation.
"The Devil with Hitler" The filing of these applications does not
involve the payment of any fee whtso-
THE LATEST I ever. -Shirley W. Smith
NEWS OF THE DAY -To Those Concerned:
Tn connection with recent publications
by the War Manpower Commission with
& respect to requirement that men of draft
Coming Thursday age shall either be in essential industry
or be subject to draft, I am advised by a
ANDREWS SISTERS representative of the War Manpower Com-
mission that the University of Michigan
"HOW'S ABOUT IT" classified by the Commission as an
essential industry. The following kinds
of positions are, however, stated to be
non-deferrable regardless of the general
WAR BRNWDSA iactivity in which they may be found:
BADCharmen and Cleaners; Dish Washers;
At the State . .
.ation of the American Council on Edu- The little-known tactics of the
;ation, will give the address. world's boldest warriors are revealed
for the first time in "Chetniks!"
Aeronautical, Cvi~, and Mechanical En- The Fighting Guerrillas, the' stirring
gineering Senfors: Mr. Charles Woodhams story of a nation that refuses to die,
and an Engineering Representative will opening today at the State.
visit the Cam~puson Thursday. April 15, Among the thrilling scenes shown
to interview May and September gradu-I
ates for positions in the Engineeiing De- are the blowing up of an anmunition
partment of the Fort Worth Consolidated- dump and the waylaying of an en-
Vultee Airci'aft Corporation, Fort Worth, emy motor convoy. The film fea-
Tex. Interviews will be held in Room 3205 tures Philip Dorn, John Shepperd,
East Engineering Building.,Interested men Anna Sten, Virginia Gilmore and
will please sign the interview schedule Martin Kosleck.
posted on the Aeronautical Engineering
Bulletin Board, near Room B-47 East Engi-j
neering Building. At the Michigan ...
Syracuse University Luncheon: There Mickey Rooney sells his famous
will be a luncheon in honor of the new jaloppy and starts for college, amid
Chancellor of Sypacusc University, Dr. hilarious trials and tribulations, in
William P. Tolley, at thle Michigan League "Andy Hardy's Double Life," opening
on Wednesday, April 21, at 12:15 p.m. It today at the Michigan.
is hoped that all alumni and former
';tudents and faculty members of Syra- He is "framed" by a girl who in-
!use University will make a special effort sists he proposed to her. When he
to attend the luncheon. Phone 2-1176 for finally gets his tangled affairs
reservations which must be in by April 17. straightened out in time to get the
Kenneth L. Jones train for college he finds a pretty
coed bound for the same place.
Candidates for the Teacher's Certificate There's more trouble ahead for
for May, 1943 are requested to call at the
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LOST and FOUND
SIT ON THE FLOOR, WE
Don't''Gie a XDarn!
FOOD for Fair Wea ther
and i0inyt '''
It makes no difference what the day -is like. Our food
is always the same-GOOD! Take advantage of
our appetizing dinners, good lunches and wholesome
breakfasts, as well as the friendly atmosphere of
office of the School of Education Monday,
Tuesday, or Wednesday, April 11-14 to take
the Teacher's Oath which is a requirement
for the certificate.
Mechanical Engineering Seniors: Mr.
E. W. Oldham of the Firestone Tire &
Rubber Company. will interview Seniors
for employment on Tuesday, April 13, In
Room 214 West Engineering Building.
Interview schedule is posted on the bul-
letin board at Room 221 W. Engineering
Bldg.; interview's for May and September
Dhiner' in honor of Professor A. 'H.
White's 70th Birthday: Reservations for
this dinner must be made through Pro-
fessor G. G. Brown's office by April 15.
Any friends inadvertently omitted from
the invitation list are cordially invited,
and man obtain particulars by calling
Women. students are needed to help with
raking: mowing, trimming hedges, and
planting on the University grounds. Pay
is 60c per hour-hours are voluntary. Any-
one interested may sign up immediately
In the Undergraduat, Office of the League.
To 'HpWood' Contestants: All nlanu-
scripts must be. in the English Office,
3221 Angell Hall, by 4:30 p.m., Monday,
R. W. Cowden
University Lecture: Professor W. Carl
Rufus of the Department of Astronomy
will lecture on the subject, "Copernicus,
Polish Astronomer, 1473-1543" (illustrated)
in commemoration of the 400th ahnivers-
ary of the death of Copernicus, under the,
auspices of the Department of Astronomy,
on Friday, April 23, at 4:15 p.m. in
Rackham Amphitheatre. The public is
Lecture: Dr. Horace R Byers, Secretary
of the Institute of Meteorology, University
of Chicago, will lecture on the subject,
"Thunderstorms," under the auspices of
the Department of Geology, on Thursday,
April 22. at 4:15 p.m. in the Natural Sci-
ence Auditorium. The public is invited.
Lecture: Mrs. Carolina de Escalante, of
Mexico, will give the fourth of a series of
talks on Latin America on the subject,
"EVERYDAY MEXICO," under the auspi-
ces of the Latin American Society of the
University of Michigan. on Wednesday,
April 14, at 8:00 p.m. in the Rackham
Faculty, students and townspeople are
welcome to the lecture, which will be de-
livered in English and without charge.
Bacteriology 3i2 Seminar will meet Tues-
day, April 13, at 4:15 p.m. in Room 1564
East Medical Building. Subject: "Lymph-
ocytic Choriomeningitis." All interested
Biological Chemistry Seminar will meet
,n Tuesday. April 13. at 7:30 p.ffi., In Room
319 West Medical Building. "Snie' Prob-
lems of Plant Chemistry and Physiology"
,ill be discussed. All interested are in-
Mathematics Club will meet Tuesday
wening, April 13, at 8 oclock, in the West
conference Room, Rackham Bldg. Profes-
3or Rainville will speak on "Differential
Equations Related to a Problem in Elas-
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