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TJilU'RS AV-1 NOI-25,. 1943

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Monarch Opens
New Sessiion
Of Parlitamenta
Deputy Prime AMi ister
Acts~ for Churchill in
War Situation Review
LONDON, Nov. 24.--(A:)-In a
quiet, austere ceremony heavy with
a sense of history, King George VI
opened a new session of Parliamentj
today-a session than may well be
rsitting when the European war's cri-
sis has come and gone-and Prime
Minister Churchill's government
carne through the first day of debate
without serious challenge.
Churchill Absent
The Prime Minister himself was
not there to raise his voice. j
Major Clement R. Attlee, Deputy
Prime Minister, acted for his absent
chief and gzave a generally optimistic
review of. the military situation. He
gave a long and apparently gener-
ally-acceptable answer to the chief
complaint of the government critics-j
Allied loss of the islands of Cos, Leros
and Sam'os following Britain's firstE
tentative thrust into the Aegean SeaI
off Greece.
Mfosley Released
One other undertone of protest in
the background as this new Parlia-
menit headed into piled-up duties ,
with a grave godspeed from the King
was the gover'nment's release from
prison of Sir Oswald Mosley-a mat-
ernot directly connected with the
conduct of the war, now entering the
decisive phase on this side of the

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Pearl-handled revolver on his hin, Lt. Gen. George S. Pto
Commander of the U. S. Seventh Army accused of strikings~i~si
the Mediterranean war theater, bends over a line of wound'ed odir
awaiting evacuation from Sicily to North Africa. He is tligt iI
Pvt. Frank Reed of East Dephen, Mass., who suffered a shrapnel wound

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Lt. Bostwick To Take New-
Post at College inWa n
Lt. J. L. Bostwick, Education Otffi- jwck, is expected to arive in S h(
cer" -of the V-12 unit here, will leave ,future.
Saturday to assume his new post as Before coming to Ann A: ,-,r or
Commanding Officer' of the V-12 unit June 25, Lt. Bostwick wascmt
at Whitman College at Walla Walla, Midshipman's School for lI rm'g
Wash.
Lt. Raym-ond Moore, First Battal-7 He was Dean: of Men a the nde
ion ffic- ~' (Vl' nd Cmmi sityofNew Mexico at Alan,,otqu

A sin g Class
ToDe Limited,
Students Can Eniroll
lIn Cadlet Nurse Corps
B3ecause of the war's demand for
mnore nurses, the School of Nursing of
tHe University will admit a February
cktss of student nurses limited to 75
WVomen.
WVomen beginning schooi in Feb- ,
ruiycan enroll in the United States
.:de Nurse Coi'ps program which
poid--s tuition, uniform. books and1
_..inrenanee expenses plus a stipend
suc month. In return for this outlay
lite federal government, the wo-
enrepledged to serve as nurses in;
-serial fields for the duration. Stu-
d:ent npurses who do not enroll in the
adtprogram can enter as usual
and pay their own expenses.
Standards for admission and grad-
uation are as before the war.
Applications for the mid-year class
are now being received at the School
of Nursing.
Post Office ,jobs Opeit
1ll students interested in work-
igfor the Detroit Post Office dur-
ngthe Christmas holidays should
re=o't to Room 5, Waterman Gym
am ime tomorrow.
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"We are very well pleased with the
reaction of the women on this cam-
pus toward the WAVES and wve have
found their response most gratify-
ing," Ensign Jean Courtney said yes-
terday in commenting -on the
WAVES recruiting drive which has
been held throughout this week.
Ensign Courtney and Sp. (R) 3/c
Harriet Simonson will continue in-
terviewing interested students until
Saturday. The quota for the WAVES
for 1943 is 20,000 which will' mean
an average of 1,000 a week.
eo Special interest has been shown by
the University women in the two spe-
cal WAVE programs, V-9 and V-10.
Speaker's Bureau
Plains Disciissiolts
The Speaker's Bureau, in conjunc-
tion with the Post-War Council, has
initiated a program to stimulate
post - war discussions in sorority
houses, residence halls and league
houses.
The members of the bureau are
planning to visit the residence houses
and conduct such discussions on sev-
eral occasions.

The V-9 program makes it possible
for University women in the last half
of their senior year to join the
WAVES, be sworn in, and then fin-
ish their education before, going into
actual, training.
WAVES serve at important Naval
Stations. throughout the "United
States doing many of the jobs which
before have been handled byT male
personnel.
Recruiting officers from the De-
troit office will be back in Ann Arbor
sometimne around Dec. 13.

RESPONSE GRATIFYING:
WAVE Recruiters Plea(sed
With Results of Weeki's Dre

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Adolph Hitler's plight in the Balkans the new Education Officer.
was generally growing more and more' Lt. Edward S. Meany, who is being
serious, sent as a replacement for Lt. Bost-
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NOVEMBER 25, 19431
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before entering the Navy ,,ix niu U
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He has one daughter, PhyllsL--
wick.' '47. who will remain inlloo
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Washington, D.C. He has been in the,
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