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THE IVT1t1GAN -DA[LY

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--.Postwar Plan
Released...
(Continued from Page 1)
in 1923. University Hall was built in!
1871, for use of a college of only 1,200
students,
Project L includes plans for heat-
ing plant addition, equipment ex-!
pansion and $general improvements.j
The last major adjustments to the
heating plant were made in 1939. Atr
the present time, the plant has no
reserve capacity.
Additions to Buildings Planned
The project also calls for addl-
tions to the Chemistry building, West
Epgineering building and constiuc-
tion of a new unit near the Eastl
Engineering building. An addition
on the south side of the library is
planned, as well as construction of
an east unit to Angell Hall.

Nativto-Seleement in B-ougaimvilleAre'a

Pictured above is a native village near Kieta, northern Solomons.
It is directly across from the island where the U. S. Marines recently
dealt a decisive blow to Jap forces and established a beachhead.

SRA Presents
Program for .
Coming Year'
Thleological Seminlars,
Coffee Hours To Be
Included in Activities
Coffee hours, a series of seminars
on modern theology, discussions on
religious music and a weekly Satur-
day luncheon group conference on
"The Individual in Marxist Philoso-
phy" are a few of the activities plan-
ned by the Student Religious Associ-
ation, E. William Muehl, acting dir-
ector of the Association announced
yesterday.
All new students and servicemen
interested in the SRA program and
in religious study are invited to at-
tend the second coffee. hour of thej
term from 4 p. m. to 6 p. m. todayI
in Lane Hall.
Leader of the luncheon group dis-
cussion to be held at 12:15 p. m.I
tomorrow will be Prof. Roy W. Sell-
ers of the Philosophy Department.
All students who plan to atttend the
discussions on the individual in
Marxist philosophy should call ex-
tension 2148 by noon today.
The SRA music hour will begin
consideration of Bach's "St. Mat-
thew Passion" when Robert Taylor
of the Association leads a discus-
sion at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. The
composition will be played on Dec. 8
as well.I
Also included on the program will
be a Modern Theology Seminar to
open Tuesday, Nov. 30. Works of
such men as Bart, Niebuhr, and
Tilley will constitute the first dis-
cussion.

U. A'S LAST SERENADE:

Soldiers, Girls'

Glee

Club To Give Concert

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Improvements in lighting and ! ALLLI A ALL W UME :-

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acoustical treatment in classrooms

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are also covered in the report. 'ecruucng D0
A Food Supply building to com-
plete wholesale food storage and Be Estabh
distributing unit servicing the Resid-
ence Halls, University Hospital and
other University units requiring food Back in the "Gay Nineties" one of
supplies, is planned, as well as con- the' standing subjects for cartoon-
struction of a Maternity Hospital. sa n,
Other Improvements Listed .sts was that of an Army of women,
Other projects include an addi.. gayly garbed in flouncy frills and
tion to the music school, heating ready to do battle.
tunnel improvements, construction Little did they know how 1943
of a laboratory theatre, a cooperative would find that cartoonist's ad
residence for 24 women students, an dream being fulfilled. But it is 'not
addition to the Union, new residence a bad dream that gives us smartly
halls for men and women and expan- uniformed WAVEs, WACs, SPARs
sion of the School of Business Ad- and Marines who are doing a dead-E
ministration. ly serious job in this present war.
Plans are also made for addition to Two WAVEs Stationed Here
the men's and women's gymnasiums. In connection with the WAVE re-
This includes construction of a cruiting program, two WAVEs, En-
swiming pool for women. sign Jean Courtney and Sp. (R) 3/c
An Armory to centralize and pro-jHaieSmosn wllc eou
vide space for all activities of the HafrietheSOfonson, wiaval Offic
University's Army and Navy ROTC Procurement in Detroit to set up an
units is also proposed. information and recruiting booth ia
More detailed information regard-~ithormationcrumt thLg.
Jng riany of the porjects is available the small council room at the League.
ing Prnofeo rmsfls They will arrive Tuesday,. Nov. 23,
In rofessor Gram's files. instead of Monday as previously an-
nounced. The hours for University
Marinel SubScribe women will be announced later.
The number of University of
$40,000 n m BondS Michigan women graduates now
serving in any branch of the armed
Every Marine stationed here has services is at present very insignif-
allotted part of his pay for bonds icant' when compared to the number
with a total of $40,000 being sub- of women who have graduated.
scribed by the Marine battalion dur- 'U' Graduate Is Specialist
ing October. Among the women who have at-
The Marines were the first V-12 tended the University, however, one
battalion stationed here and was one has received especial notice in the
of the first Marine detachments in WAVES. Virginia rreeva Moore,
the country to subscribe 100 percent who took graduate wor~k here in 1937,
for bonds. is the first Woman reservist to have
Each month a total of $2,718.17 been- named a specialist, the Navy.
will be taken out of the pay of the announced. In her new position
Marines for the purchase of bonds, she will work with the chaplain's of-

oth for WAVES
shed in Lea'gue
fie at the Potomac River Naval
Command.
There are opportunities for women
with any type of training in the.
WAVEs and advanced training is
offered in a wide variety of fields.,
Lettie Gavin, '44, recruiting chair-
fan on campus, in speaking of the
coming drive, said, "The Navy is very
much interested in women students
receiving their degrees first, but
I then there is a great need for these
same women in the WAVEs follow-
ing graduation."

The local entertainment spotlight
will be turned on Co. A once more
when the talented members of The
Soldier Choir make their final ap-
pearance in a special concert per-
formance with the University Girls'
Glee Club the evening of Sunday,
Dec. 12, in Hill Auditorium.
Selections by the 35 man-65 girl'
combined chorus will be mainly of a
light religious or holiday nature.
Collects $600,000
Although publicly inactive. since!
their successful performance in
"Nips in the Bud," Co. A's all-
soldier musical has 'netted close to
$600,000 in War Bonds for the Coun-
ty Bond Drive in September. The
Soldier Choir has been practicing
twice weekly under the direction of
Bill Sawyer, campus band leader
and choral conductor. It was Saw-,
yer's idea to combine the singers
in khaki with the Girls' Glee Club,
and after several weeks of mutual
harmony, he is convinced his efforts
axe being well-rewarded.
Appeared at Hill Auditorium
Featured soloists will be Cpl. Arth-
ur Flynn, former concert tenor from
New York City, who has appeared in
Town Hall with loud acclaim from
Gotham critics. Representing the
Girls' Glee Club will be Misses Midge
Gould. Jackie Bear, and Charlotte
McMullen.
The Soldier Choir's last separate
appearance was their concert this
Navy Offers
Cormissions
'To Packag(ers
Men who have been doing various
types of packaging work in civilian
life now have an opportunity for
commissions as Navy Packaging Of-
ficers, Navy Officers have disclosed.
Personsapplying for commissions
should have a college -degree, pref-
erably in engineeringaand should be
between 28 and 48 years old.
They mnust have at least three
years experience in the packaging or
packing field includig production
experience in the manufacture of at
least one of the following box fields:
corrugated, solid fibre, folding, set-
up, nailed wood, wire bound, cleated
plywood, cleated fibre board or crat-
ing. In addition to the above regula-
tions men applying for commissions
must have the general qualifications
necessary for naval officers.
Applicants in this line of worl
should inquire at the office of Naval
Officer Procurement, Book Building
Detroit, for more information.

sunnier im I-ill Auiditeui before
4,000 music goi-. Previous tO hat
th'y had fiOve week Saturday morn- l
m1' broadc4 o-:i WJR, Detroit.
The Choir had is inception during v
tie lirst. performances of "Nips in I
the Bud early last spring whena
Sawyer cai ( tac potentialities of the.
tryouts. most 1 wiom lave had ex- t
tensive college Glee Club or profes-.
sional experience
The Universit Gir 1s Glee Clubr
has had a large turnout this year
and a host of very good voices to"
choose from.' Arrangements to sing
in conjunction with The Soldier
Choir were made through Sawyer-.
Cpl. Milton Stanzler. manager of thet
Choir, and Miss Patty Spore, presi-
dent of the Glee Club.
One of the most interesting num-1
bers on the program, according tot
Cpl. Stanzler will be "Dona Nobis1
Pace." by the contemporary com-<
poser. R. Vaughan Williams. This
will be the first time the piece hasi
been presented before an audience
in this state, and will feature in ad-'
dition to the two choruses, Sawyer's
orchestra providing instrumental1
background.

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To Graduate
In formal Exercise,.
To Be Held Nov. 7
11torm graduation e-cises for.
the students in the pre-meteorQlogy
program of the Army Air Force bet-
tral Technical Training. Comand
will be held at 10 a.m., Nov. 27 in
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, it - was
announced yesterday.
The graduation is to be hel; iader
the sponsorship of Capt. Robert L.
lickey, AAF supervisor.. and con#-
manding officer of the 554,A A
trahiningdetahm'ent uni, .4ich is
u nder the Detroit Civilian Scho~ols
Area, Lt. Ralph Bergh,. detltchunent
adjutant, and Lt. Martin Smith will
also be present.
The pre-meteorology students ar-
rived last June for a six months'
course and have now completed the
prescribedL training requirements.
Most of the men, who were a.hand-
picked group, had taken college
training before. The training whJoh
they are now completing is a regular
college academic program.
PROFESSOR TO SPEAK
Prof. Brockway will speak to te'
Michigan State Local Section of te
American Chemical Society on ele-
tron refraction and molecular strne-
ture today in East Lansing.

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STUDENT-Boy or girl to work in
soda fountain evenings and Sun-
dlay. Hours to suit your schedule.
50c an hour plus bonus to start.
Apply Miller's Dairy Store, 1219 S.
University.
FOR SALE
200 ACRE LAKE FARM: This is one
of the most desirable lake proper-
ties available anywhere; with both
a secluded 10 acre private lake and
400 feet frontage with cottage on
large lake. Owner's residence with
8 rooms, 2 baths, stone fireplace,
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HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid for
your discarded wearing apparel.
Claud Brown, 512 S. Main Street.
MISCELLANEOUS
MIMEOGRAPHING: thesis binding.
Brumfield and Brumfield, 308 S.
State.
LOST and FOUND
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wrist watch, in or near Gen'l Li-,
brary. Reward. Herman Yueh,
Phone 3653.

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