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T H E MICHIGAN DAILY

NOV. 21, 1743

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WAVES, NEE) COEDS:
Quota of 47,000 Women Set
For Enlistment at Close of '43

Navty Delal(#its! tit

New Landing Craft Concert Band

To Participate
'In Full Season

By the end of 1943 the Navy of the
United States wants 47,000 women
marching in the Navy blue of the
WAVES. That means that 20,000
more women are needed, an average
of 1,000 enlistments a week for this
year.
The Navy needs these 20,000 wo-
men to handle control towers at air
fields, serve in Naval hospitals, pack
parachutes that will save men's lives,
serve as link trainors, and take over
the million and one jobs heretofore
handled by the male personnel of the
Navy.
University Graduates Needed
There is a special need in the
WAVES for women with University
degrees at this time. In connection
with the present recruiting drive
there will be two recruiting officers
from Detroit, Ensign Jean Courtney
and SP ( R 3 .c Harriet Simonson,
here next week, beginning Tuesday.
They will set up a recruiting and in-
formation booth in the small coun-
cil room in the League where they
will give out information concerning
the WAVES.
Navy Considers Background
As Women's Reserve officers, the
Navy wants women who have proven
their ability to absorb training and
put it to constructive use. The.Navy
takes into consideration one's college
career, business record and communi-
ty activities. Specifically, if you have
had business experience in banking,
retailing, insurance or manufactur-
ing, it will be a valuable asset to you
as an off ice in the WAVES.
Train at Smith Callege
WAVE officer candidates take their
training on the campus of Smith Col-
lege, Northampton, Mass. While more
advanced and intensive, officer in-
6octrination is very similar to that
iven enlisted women, Officer can-
idates join the WAVES as Appren-

Lice Seamen and continue in this sta-
tius for the'first month of their indoc-
tiination. They then qualify as Re-
serve Midshipmen and continue at
Smith for a second month. Upon sue-
cessful completion of the course, they
receive their commissions and are or-
dered. either to a duty station in su-
pervisory, technical or administra-
tive posts or to advanced training.
erIt To Get
Milkfrom. Oho
DETROIT, Nov. 20-- (P City
Health Commissioner Dr. Bruce .H.
Douglas predicted today that De-
troit's milk shortage would be consid-
erably eased by Monday, when more
than 90.000 quarts will be brought inI
from northern Ohio condensaries.I
The imports will continue at that
figure each day. he said.
The milk is to be delivered in bulk
Sunday, allowing time for bottlinga
here for delivery the next day.
Health dpartment inspectors went
to Ohio this week to inspect the new
sources of milk. "I have not yet re-
(cived their formal report." Dr.I
Douglas said, "but we have had deal-
ings with the same condensaries be-
fore and I do not believe there willy
be any hitch in the delivery of the
.milk. Heretofore, the same sources
have always come up to our health1
standards."t
The milk situation was being dis-
cussed on three fronts Saturday. In
Washington, representatives of thej
United Dairy Workers (CIO, the
United Automobile Workers Unionj
(CIO) and the Michigan Farmers
Union <independent) conferred with!
John B. Hutson, associate director of
production for the War Food Admin-
istration.

Revelli Opens Ranks
To Military, Naval Men
In Units on Campus
z 4 War or no war, the University of
Michigan Concert Band ds carrying
on its tradition of an active musical
season.
Undaunted by the call to service
of large numbers of his band mem-
bers, Mr. William D. Revelli, conduc-
tor of the Michigan Bands, is open-
ing the ranks of the Concert Band to
properly qualified military, naval and
civilian men and women students in
the University.
Band-"Grows Continuously
The latest model of the Navy's LCT (6)-landing craft, tank- Since that time, the Band has
ship noses ashore at a beach and with its ramp dropped, stands ready grown continuously. From 1935 when
to take aboard a 32-ton Army tank. ( AP Wirephoto from U. S. Navy) Mr. Revelli left his national cham-
pionship band at Hobart to come to
Michigan, the Michigan. Concert
Band has come to top rank among
its members have been graduated in-
For 25 Years To Meet Today to such organizations as the New
or, ' Y ars e"'Tod y York Philharmonic, the Metropolitan
; Opera Orchestra, the Goldman Band
Give B 141W r Organization fTo and the official Army, Navy and Ma-
rine Bands.
An employee of the Union since it F ight Against Fascism The Band has been acclaimed by
first opened in 1918. Frank Robin- such eminent musicians as Dr. Edwin
son, received recognition of his long American Youth for Democracy. am Franko Goldman, r. Frank Simon,
and faithful service last month when newly-formed anti-fascist youth or- Roy Harris, Ferde Grofe, Morton
he was awarded a 100 dollar bous. ganization, will hold its first Michi- Gould and other celebrities of the
In spite of his 71 years, Mr. Robin- gan conference from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. musical world. Its many concerts
jobn- today at the Ionic Temple. 6061 and radio broadcasts which are a fea-
son continues to work at his job on Grand River Ave., Detroit. ture of every band season include a
the kitchen staff, since, as he puts
it, "I enjoy working here because thes A group of university students varied selection of program.
people are sokie." planning to attend this meeting, hope This season, works of Bach, Ha-
eturing to Michigan, the state to form a campus organization with del, Schubert, Rossini, Mendelssohn,
where he was born, Mr. Robinson aims similar to those of the AYD. Tschaikowsky, Weber. Verdi, Sibeli-
came to Ann Arbor in 1901. Durin The program of the AYD includes us, Goldmark, Dvorak, Richard
the period from 1901 until e wenti the following: Support for the anti- Srauss, Ravel, Sousa, Gershwin, Wil-
to work for the Union hie was em- poll tax bill. lobby on the 18 year-old liam Schuman, Morton Gould, Roy
ployed at the old Psi Upsilon house vote, and work to eliminate Jim Crow Harris and Aaron Copeland will be
which was located on the site of the in the Army. At the convention Sun- studied.
Lawyers Club. 'day, the AYD will launch a campaign Mr. Revelli calls the attention of
"Before the present Union building to collect thousands of signatures on all eligible men and women students
was erected.Mr. Robinson said.. "the cards, pledging that the isigners will to the auditions this week, notice of
students used the home of Judge at all times voice themselves against which is appearing in the Daily Of-
Cooley for a recreation and the lab- all forms of racial and religious in- ficial Bulletin.
oratory theatre for a ballroom." It tolerance. This pledge has been cur- -
was on the site of Judge Cooley's 'ently running in the New York pa- War Activities Chairmen of each
home that the Union building is lo- per, PM. .dormitory may pick up an Assem-
cated. bly Calendar of Events for the
"At present." he continued, "in Pictures of the Michigan-Wis- coming week before 5 p.m. tomor-
spite of the large number of service- consin football game will be shown row in the Undergrad4uae Office of
men eating here we have nothing like today at 7:30 p.m. in room 316-20 the League, Audrey Jupp, '46A, an-
the problem encountered in the last of the Michigan Union. nounced yesterday.
war when four thousand soldiers3

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MOVIE
At the Michigan .
Walt Disney's latest full length
technicolor animated masterpiece.
Saludos Amigos." is the new show
which opens at the Michigan today.
The new Disney character to make
his first appearance in this film is
Joe Carioca, the Brazilian jitterbug
who drives Donald Duck wacky.
Music of our Latin-American
neighbors is featured in "Saludos
Amigos," when that new tempo the
Samba is heard.
At the State.
"Swipg Shift Maisie." starring Ann
Sothern and James Craig. is the
screen fare which opens at the State
today.
Intthis picture of the Maisie series.
Miss Sothern plays the part of a de-
fense worker who for a while is under
suspicion as an enemy agent, until it
is established that her German
speaking friends are old stage com-
panions.
James Craig plays the part of an
aviator engaged to one of Maizie's
fellow workers on the swing shift. In-
eluded in the fine supporting cast are
Jean Rogers. Connie Gilchrist and
John Qualen.

Rich in rhythms
to make you sway!
Alive with laughter
to make you gay.
As Disney magic sweeps
to the screen the warmth
and Wonderments, the color
nd sparkle of the lqnd
wherejy IS king
- How You'll Go For
JOE CARIOCA
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bird who drives Don-
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