100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 07, 1943 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1943-11-07

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

PACE FIGHT

THE MI ClIICAN DAILY

. ........... I.- ................. .............. - ............ . . . ............. .. ...... . ...

nn=hl

cV

i"t

I

I
I

r

i

prk

'pr

r
J

I F T H E N E E D A R I S E S --These San Diego, Cal., Naval Training Station recruits will know
how to leave their vessel safely as a result of this practice in an indnor nont

A N I T A -Anita Louise of the
films makes an appetizing fall
Portrait as she sits in a bale of
straw to peel an apple.

R E C OV E R Y U N I T-Designed to salvage tanks damaged in battle, this 80-ton tank reenvery
unit carries a 30-ton tank near the Renton, Wash., plant where it was made,
ROALRCERCK )AKA PARK
MONTEAREA NATONAL CAVALRY
NTSTADIUMBARRACKS
MINISTRY V2LLA
> Of MARINE V .A
, t #UMBERTO 1. ' ^C TORLONI
PIAZZA RPAKARAILROAD
71 YARDS
L POPOLO HOTEL DE RL'SSIE MIISRYOFYA}
beoeN e. COMMUNICATIONS j
(ieved moved out- $
VATICAN a.siePAity 4
CITY CASTLE OF WA MUMMINISTRY NAMTMTA "R
ST. ANGELO v"W ; N ETI'NELTp
EEKING EMANUEL CITY BA ILICA Of
A ENAN LO RENZO
MONUMENT ROMANC
FROSSNOZ
CHEMICAL WORKS CE' s
RAIMAIADRAALRACK
w ; e j o F Y J A R D .5 4U C O r A D S H O S
are advancing from the southern part of the peninsula in the battle of Italy.

H OS T ESS Former London
Correspondent Kathleen Harri-
man has headed for Moscow to
serve as hostess for her father$
W. Averell Harriman, newly-
appointed ambassailor to Russia.

T R 0 P S H I P-The largest ship ever built in the Port of New York area, this giant troopship was
constructed in U. S. Steelle VT dral shinvard at Kearny, N. J.

SUBSCRIBE TO
ANN ARBOR WAR CHEST

+",
i ; 1
'
, .4
r ' :
1, y' " ....,,

ACK UP
YOUR BOY
Buy a-n Additional
Bond Today

4

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SERVICE EDITION

*

on a strictly voluntary ba-
sis. However, servicemen
on campus have shown
more interest, already hav-
ing given over $500 to the
Fund.
s *
BIGGEST NEWSspf the
week in Ann Arbor was the
story that Michigan's own
Tommy Harmon is again
missing in action-this time
in China. The War De-
partment telegram sent to
Harmon's parents read,
"The Secretary of War de-
sires me to express his re-
grets that your son, 2nd.
Lt. Thomas Dudley Har-
mon, has been reported
missing in action over Chi-
na since the 30th of Oc-
tober. If other information
s received; you will be
promptly notified. Signed,
the Adjutant General."
Harmon played football for
Michigan four years, con-
sidered himself "the luck-
iest fellow in the world."
Said Coach Crisler, "Of
course, I live in the hope
that he is down and all
right ... and I'll keep hop-
ing." This hope was given
a bit of encouragement in
a report by Eric Sevareid,
CBS correspondent, who

on Minnesota, the Michi-
gan Wolverines went to the
top of the Western Confer-
ence in offensive power. In.
an Associated Press poll
the Michigan team was
voted sixth in the nation
. . . Coach Oosterbaan
counted lettermen for the
coming basketball season,
stopped at 1, Dave Strack.
He could, however, count
on the services of Bob
Wiese and Don Lund after
the end of the football
campaign . . . The wrest-
ling team started practice
this week with two letter-
men back, Bob Allen and
Johnny Green, a few prom-
ising freshmen and hopes
for brilliant newcomers
from the Navy . . . Coach
Doherty stated definitely
that there will be a track
team this year and that
"we are expecting a good
team and a good season
this year, but at the same
time it is too early to get
at all excited over our pros-
pects." Veteran 440 men
back will be Bob Ufer, Bill
Matney and Don Sternisha.
But Doherty too was prob-
ably placing some hope on
the Navy.

checking themselves. Said
Dean Bursley, "This pro-
gram will be operated on
a purely honor system and
will continue so long as
the individual checks him-
self." Activities were jub-
ilant.
* * * .
DIRECTOR of the Uni-
versity News Service Larry
Towe left this week to at-
tend a convention and take
part in a panel discussion
on "Post-War Universities"
. . . Dr. Raleigh Schorling
of the School of Education
is working with the Edu-
cational Branch of the
United States Navy... Dr.
James B. Edmonson, Dean
of the School of Education,
left to attend a meeting of
the American Council on
Education in New York
City.
* * *
A NEW award at Michi-
gan, the Albert Kahn
Scholarship was awarded
to James H. Blair, Jr., se-
nior student in the School
of Architecture. Blair is
an all "A" student.. . .
Capt. George G. Spence,
former commanding offi-
cer of Company A, was
promoted from a lieutenant

water rushing into the first
floor rooms. A pipe was
broken. True to style, the
plumber was a bit dis-
turbed at the hour . . .
Company C-2 of the 3651st
S.U. gave a Galahalloween
Party in the old Sigma Phi
Epsilon house. The party
was chaperoned by the
Moms organization of Ann
Arbor.
THE LIST of Army units
stationed on the Michigan
campus now includes a
group of A-12 trainees who
are now living in the old
Phi Kappa Psi house. This
group consists entirely of
boys under eighteen . .
29 members of the Univer-
sity's Advanced Corps of
the ROTC returned to
campus to resume their
studies Tuesday.
ADMIRAL GATCH spoke
at the Judge Advocate
General's School Monday.
Said he, "We never saw any
enemy ships in the Battle
of Santa Cruz. All we saw
were Japanese planes." Ad-
miral Gatch was comman-
der of the famous "Battle-
.hin X" recently revealed

C L A S S C H U T E - William H. John holds a section of a
worn-out steel .coal chute which s w three months' service at a
coal plant in Shenandoah, Pa. He stands beside glass coal chute
which, after a year and a half, shows little wear.

PRETTY WAR WORKER - Taffy Miller (above),
Navy ordnance inspector at a Lancaster, Pa., plant, was chosen
"Miss Stardust" in a contest to pick the nation's prettiest war
worker, Miss Miller, 20, went to school in Scranton, Pa.

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan