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Illinois Dental
Society Honors
Dr. M. L. Ward
The John M. Crouse Memorial
Award for 1943 was presented yester-
day to Dr. M. L. Ward, Jonathan
Taft professor in the School of Den-
tistry, at the 79th annual meeting,
of the Illinois State Dental Society.
The annual award is given for the
outstanding work in the field'of den-
tistry. Dr. Ward is editor of "Ameri-
can Textbook of Operative Dentis-
try" and is past-president of the
American Dental Association.
Dr. Ward will also present a paper,
"The Present Status of Postgraduate
Dental Education and the Obliga-
tions of the Dental -Societies and
Schools to Develop Opportunities for
It," at tonight's meeting in the series
convening May 10 through 13 in
Peoria, Ill.
Dr. Reed O. Dingman, assistant
professor of oral surgery in the
School of Dentistry, gave a speech,
"Oral Surgery in General Practice,"
before the society yesterday.

Special Institute
Planned Here
Recreation Leadership
Training Is Offered
The University Division for Emer-
gency Training has announced that
an Institute for Recreational Train-
ing will be given from May 31 to
June 26.
Instruction will be givin in the In-
stitute in community organization,
administrative techniques, programI
development, recruiting and training
volunteer leaders, group work pro-
cess in recreation and program of
agencies. These courses will be hand-
led by Ross Allen, Dr. Margaret Bell,
and Prof. Claude Eggertsen.
Among the other subjects which
will be offered are classes in arts and
crafts, dramatics, industrial recrea-
tion, music, outdoor and camping ac-
tivities, physical recreation and so-
cial recreation. Anyone interested in
this -special training program should
write to the Registrar for an applica-
tion for admission.

REGISTRATION
SUMMER TERM AND SUMMER SESSION,-1943
The student body has been divided into alphabetical groups, and
each group has been allotted a definite time whenall students in'that
group will be admited to the Gymnasiums for "registration. The
schedule follows:

Thursday, June 24, 1943

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FINAL PERFORMANCE:
Monday's Con
Band Member
The University of Michigan Con-
cert Band will dedicate the final con-
cert of the semester, to be given at
8:30 p.m. Monday, to the former
members of the band who are now
serving -in the armed forces.
Prof. William D. Revelli, conductor
of the band, has recorded the names
of over one hundred boys, and has
the addresses of 60. All names will
be inscribed on the concert program.
During the program nine senior
members will conduct the band in
numbers of their own selection. Lyn-
State Colle es
To Collaborate
On Research
State'Conservationi
Departnient 'Votes
To Pool Facilities
LANSING, May 11. -P'- The
State Conservation Department to-
day agreed to pool its geological re-
search facilities with those of three
Michigan colleges in an effort to in-
crease the state's information store
on Michigan's mineral resources.
The Commission voted to join the
University of Michigan, Wayne Uni-
versity and Michigan College of Min-
ing and Technology in sponsoring re-
search. Laboratories, trained techni-
cians and students of the cooperating
agencies will be pooled, it was said.
A project by the University of
Michigan will seek to trace oil pro-
ducing strata in central Michigan,
and University experts also will study
present oil conservation practices in
the Reed City and Headquarters oil
fields.
The Commission said the Mining
College project will seek to discover
deposits of tungsten, molybdenum,
manganese, beryllium and other ma-
terials vital to the war effort. The
'Wayne University project will cover
a survey of ancient lake beaches in
the Saginaw Valley in an attempt to
discover 'oil and gas structures.
James C.:Graves of Saginaw, was
reappointed by the Commission as a
member of the State Oil Advisory
Board, and Theodore G. Bowler of
Clare, President of the Michigan
Unitpd Conservation Clubs, was
named to replace Kurt H. DeCousser
of Lansing who asked that he not be
reappointed.
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LOST and FOUND
WANTED-Wallet lost in taxicab,
Saturday, May 8, containing valu-
able papers. Reward. Harry Smith,
2-2541.
A WHITE SCROLL evening wrap
was taken by mistake at the Union
Formal. Please contact Mosher,
Room 211.

'Pops' Baid Concert
To Be Given Friday

rert To Honor

" The University "Pops'
s 1No'l i Al rm'ty lined with th~e girls oi
_ ___*directed by Prof. Leonard
ette Spath, and Phyllis Gugino will of the School of Music,
be the first women ever to be given a concert from 7:30 p.m.
this opportunity. Friday on the steps of
Cadet Boris Theodoroff of the Ad- library.
vanced ROTC Corps, who is presi- Among the selectionst
dent of the band, and who was chair- are "On Parade." a mar,
man of last semester's formations man, "Iolanthe Overturf
committee, will conduct the band in van-Leidzen, and "Myst
"Michigan Fantasy" a number ar- Egypt," by Ketelebey.
ranged by Sgt. Don Chown. '43, now Closing the program v
stationed at Selfridge Field. position by Prof. Meret
Cadet Don , Wallace will conduct -
his own composition "5 Continents
March." Quartermaster of the band,
Cadet Paul Liddicoat, has selected
"Amporita Roca" by Jaime Texidon.
Other student conductors will be
George Irwin, student manager, who
has chosen, "Procession of the No-
bles" by N. Rimsky-Korsakov, George,
Roach, Bill Henline, and William
Fitch, who will conduct "Ritual Fire
Dance" by Manuel De Falla. "Se-1THE
quoia" by Homer C. LaGassey, and
"Latin-American Fantasy" by C. Lil-
ly- M. Isaac, respectively.

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The annual meeting of the De-
troit-Huron-Clinton Park and Park-
way Association, an organization
suggesting plans for the parkway in
scutheastern Michigan, was held yes-
terday in the Union.
Referendum vote in the 1940 and
1941 elections were responsible for
the establishment of this project,
designed to make a park of the area
around the Huron and Clinton rivers
and to enlarge the existing public
recreation facilities there.
President of the Association, Prof.
Shirley W. Allen of the School of

THIS WEEK ONLY!

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Saturday, Dune 26, 1943
Aiy student may register from 8:00 to -11:00 a.m. Students should
plan to enter the Gyinasium in ample time to complete all registra-
'tion-procedures by 11:00 a.m.
Summer Term students who do not register by 11:00 a.m., Satur-
day, June 26, 1943,,will be assessed a late registration.'fee of $1 'per day,
maximum fee, $3. In addition a fee of,41 will be assessed students who
do not complete 'their classification by 11:00 a.m., Saturday, -June

26, 1943.

TONIGHT through Saturday -8:30 P.M.
DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH PRESENTS

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S. W. SMITH
Vice-President and Secretary

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WAR BONDS ISSUED HEREl

Parkway Association Meets

Forestry, delivered the president's re-
port. C. A. Paquin, head of the Divi-
sion of Education of the Michigan
Department of Conservation at Lan-
sing also spoke.
Ideas for the development of the
project originated at least ten years
ago, Prof. Allen said. However, the
supervising authority for the project
was not established until 1941 by'the
Michigan legislature. At present
work on the project has been con-
centrated in merely acquiring land.
The Parkway will probably furnish
a post-war public works program.

ARMS

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ANN A BORS NEW S THE
Last Times Today
MA RTIN -POWE LL '
HUN'DCKEN
o VALEE
Starts Thursday
Johnny
Weismul ler
"Tarzas
Triumphs"

Frenh, Demand
Surrender of
German Troops
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coast to cut them off from their com-
rades facing the British Eighth Army
to the south after the British First
Army had stabbed across the base of
Cap Bon.
Once established across the neck
of the peninsula, First Army-armored
units immediately moved up both
sides of the mountainous strip jut-
ting into the Mediterranean, round-
ing up 20,000 prisoners during the
day and capturing all the territory
between Hammamet and Beni Aich-
oum in an 18-mile sweep up the
southeast side.
Allied airmen carried out another
tremendous raid today on the Medi-
terranean island stepping stones,
necessary for a continental invasion.
Nearly 200 'bombers escorted by more
than 100 fighter planes smashed atj
Marsala, Sicily's closest port to Cap
Bon.
This raid followed heavy attacks
on airfields in western Sicily yester-
day and the largest daylight raid -of
the campaign Sunday when nearly
400 planes were over Palermo, Sicily.
Banquet Is Called Offd
The Annual Engineering Banquet,
which was to have been held tomor-
row, has been called off, Howard
Howerth,'43E, President of the En-
gine Council, announced {yesterday.

Organists To Give
Recitals This Week
Organists Barbara Zwayer, '43SM,
and John Dester, '43SM, will present
recitals at 8:30 p.m. Friday and Sun-
day in Hill Auditorium.
Both Dexter and Miss Zwayer are
students of Palmer Christian, and
the recitals will partially meet the re-
quirements for a Bachelor of Music
degree.
Miss Zwayer is a transfer student
from Denison University where she
began her study of the organ under
Brayton Stark.
Dexter transferred from Kalama-
zoo College, and has served as organ-
ist and choirmaster at the First Bap-
tist Church here and as organist at
the Methodist Church.
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