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ASTP Group Graduates
Forty-five members from Compan-
ies E and F of the 3,651st Service
Unit graduated yesterday afternoor,
a,t Raclham Auditorium at 4 pm,
Each member of the graduatinf
class received certificates of cotmple-.
tion of the ASTP course.
Col. F. C. Rogers, commandant of
the 3,651st Service Unit, delivered an
address to the graduates. Dean Ivan
C. Crawford, dean of the Engineering
College, also addressed the group.
Dr. Yoder, chaplain of Company E,
delivered the invocation; while Rev.
l eiuiler, chaplain of Coianm
delivered the benediction
Prof C .f Kessler, 3s;i°tant po-
fes;.or of echanical engineering, pre-
sented the certificates to the gradu-
ates. Assistant Dean of the Engineer-
ing College, A. H. Lovell, presided
over the exercises.
These men are now eligible for
OCS, or for further training in en-
ginering. Among the graduates were
25 mechanical engineers, 3 civil en-
gineers, and 17 sanitary engineers.
Detroit Ui' C
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will L .d )i eiis
The University of Michiigi
of Detroit will hold an oper
today on "What Kind of a
Will We Live In?" in the R
Building in Detroit for Michi
and women and their guests
Prof. B. W. Wheeler of the
department, Prof. J. K. ]Eo
the political science departm
Prof. Wolfgang Kraus, also
political science department,
the discussion with Mayor
Jeffries of Detroit, graduate
Law School in 1923.
The forum will deal wi
Banned by IFC To Pla Sn
In keeping with the University's The newly organized University 1. How shoul
war-time tradition, no corsages will String Orchestra will present its first ed? 2. Will bour
be worn at Interfraternity Ball which program at 8:30 p.m. Sunday in the unsolvable? 3.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre under turn? 4. What
will be held from 9 p.m. to midnight the direction of Prof. Gilbert Ross. Germany? 5. Is
Saturday in the League Ballroom, ness to stay? Ar
Sherm Massingham, publicity chair- Appearing with the orchestra will operate?
be Ruby Kuhlman, who will play This forum wil
man, has announced, the piano solo from J. S. Bach's such meetings to1
Tickets for the dance may still be "Concerto in E Flat Major," (Op 7, iganClub of De
procured from presidents of active No. 5). ftedy
fraternities, although the supply is Other numbers on the program, The Board of
limited. Bill Sawyer and his orches- Ohrnmeso tepogaTeBrdfG
ta wBill laforthe ball which is which is open to the public without will entertain th
the eleventh IFo formal. charge, include Boccherini's "Dances" wives and T. H
(from his string quintets); Fresco- Bob Morgan, Se
baldi's "Toccati," and Stamitz's "Sin- versity Alumni A
UY WAR BONDS & STAMPS fonia" ner before the m
Ladies' Plain The showcase in the Union lounge Jack B. Schira
now features a record of University lieutenant, wask
men who have lost their lives during in May, 1943. F
The listings include 90 name plates was on the staf
giving the name, rank, cause of death sian. Shiraga,t
and a record of the former student's plane crash in A
activities on campus such as social of Congress Co-
Panfraternities, activities, honors, degrees Two '38 grad
conferred and dates of attendance.. known on cam
The listings are not intended as a Cannon, killed
permanent memorial, and a more fit- 1941, and James
ting and lasting memorial will be on Guadalcana
erected in the honor of these men Cannon, a first li
when the war is over. ine Corps, belo
The record has been compiled by Blade, the Univ
C the Public Relations Committee of sity Glee Club
.C the Union Council with the aid of the of Sigma Chi.
University alumni office and the data tenant in the n
each of the Michiganensian. An attempt
nd 6. Will Ri
l be the first
be held by t
troit on vita
e speakers a
eeting at the
killed on At
He was a m
TC, and Spi
I of the Mic
who was ki
apus are G
s B. Ashley,
1 in Janua
nged to Sco
and was a
is being made to keep the listings as
nearly up to date as possible, and Bob
3 for $1.00 Gaukler, '46, chairman of the Public
Relations Committee, requests stu-
dents who know of any name that
ARTWAY CLEAN E RS has been omitted to leave such in-
formation at the Student Offices of
W illia m and Maynard theUion.
Two literary school graduates of
Phone 6806 the class of '42 who are included in
the list are Alfred W. Owens and
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he Mich- International Relations
i affairs Club Will Meet Today
the club International Relations Club will
nd their meet at 7:30 p.m. today at the In-
ing and ternational Center, according to Fred
the Uni- Hoffman, '44, president. A member
at a din- of the club will give a paper on a
e Statler. phase of the Far Eastern situation.
Gold Star Men
a first ated from medical school in '41 and
tu Island was a member of Theta Chi and of
ember of Sigma Nu.
hinx and Lynn C. Riess, Jr., '41 literary col-
higanen- lege graduate, was a lieutenant in
lled in a the USAAF and was killed in a plane
was head crash over England in October, 1942.
Riess, a Phi Gamma Delta, was a
were well member of Druids and played varsity
eorge H. golf. Rex Latham, '40, a captain in
, Dec. 7, the USAAF, was killed in a plane
who died crash, March, 1943. Latham, who
ry, 1943. played in the University band, was a
the Mar- Psi Upsilon.
abbard & Henry F. Peterson, who attende
the Var- the University from 1941 to 1943, wa
member a naval aviation cadet and died in a
first lieu- crash in August, 1943. He was a
s, gradu- Daily staff member.
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Will Be Todaya
To Pi,Idewi F-fue
Third in the series, a Ruthveni Tea
will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. t
today at the Ruthven residence.-
All servicemen and students are in-#
vited to attend: especially invitedt
are Jordan Hall, Allen Rumsey House,
Professors of the geology department,f
and the following League Houses:1
Mrs. Jellima, Mrs. Starring, Mrs.
Voght, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Constantine,r
Miss Feiner, Mrs. Gorton, Mrs. Rock,
and Mrs. Smith.
Furnishing an opportunity for the.
students to meet President and Mrs.
Ruthven on a more informal basis,
the teas are under the direction of
the League Social Committee. Ri-Ri
Wooten is in charge of this function.
Pouring from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. will
be Mrs. Burton of the USO, and Miss
MacCormick of the League. Mrs.
Gloss of Adelia Cheever, and Mrs.
Popolton of Jordan Hall will pour
from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Is Open Today
The League Surgical Dressing Unit
will be open today from 1 p.m. to 5
The houses especially invited this
week are: Wednesday, Betsey Bar-
bour, Geddes House, Alpha Xi, Delta
Gamma, Asman House, and Benson
House; Thursday, Martha Cook, Zim-
merman House, Kappa Alpha Theta,
,Kappa Delta, Everts House, and Far-
ley House; and Friday, Stockwell
Hall, Ingalls House, Alpha Chi Ome-
ga, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Wood
House, and F. L. Smith House.
SORORITY RUSHING NOTICE
Final rushing dinner will be held
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. today and
phll IF" D G.
~Al/d la4/4r /ou
ha 4ir my Show)
Casting for Co. C's show, "Bidin'
Our Time," has been delayed until
next week while the script is revised
in accordance with suggestions from
the Committee on Theatre Policy
The final revised script will be sub-
mitted to the committee the early
part of next week.
As soon as the script is approved,
casting will be continued. An an-
nouncement as to the time and place
of casting will be made next week.
In the meantime the arranging of the
music, scene designing, negotiations
for the theatre and other behind the
scenes work is progressing according
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Sought b -USO
BolIpis Reopen Todiy
Registration for USO Junior host-
esses will be reopened today, an-
nounced Mrs. Robert Burton, Direc-
tor of the USO.
The booth in the USO Club will be
open from 9 a.m. to noon, 1 p.m. to
5 p.m. and in the evening from 8 p.m.
to 10 p.m.
Junior Hostesses must be between
the ages of 18 and 30, and must fur-
nish two letters of recommendation,
one preferably from a minister. Jun-
ior and senior coeds may get these
letters from Ann Arbor, but freshmen
and sophomores must have them
from their home towns.
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