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TH E MICfHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JAN. 28, 1945

CATS Program Centers On
Far East Culture Language

Lt.-Gen. Dobbie
Will Lecture on
Malta Defense

MICHIGAN MEN AT WAR

trainin and experience and potential Movie Will DepictL Life
' atitde or iliarygovernment.
Their course of study encompasses On Island During Blitz
Far Eastern languages, characteris-
tics of the peoples and countries of Lt.-Gen. Sir William G. S. Dobbie,
the Far East and application of the famed defender of Malta, will lec-
principles of military government ture on "The Defense of Malta"
combined with a program of physical when his nation-wide lecture tour
exercise and training in arms. brings him to Ann Arbor to speak at
- 8p.m.,uTuesday, Feb. 13, at Hill
T[ 'kis Club Sir Dobbie, accompanied by Lady
Dobbie, is making a coast-to-coast
tour of principal cities in this coun-
o u {)SeS at try and Canada. His lecture in Ann
Arbor. a factual account of Malta
Center Torni it under siege, will be given under the
joint sponsorship of the Department
of History and the Michigan Christ-
The presentation of a plaque of ian Fellowship.
Kamal Ataturk and a game backing The sound-movie, "The Message
the March of Dimes drive will high- of Malta," depicting life in the Medi-
light the Turkish Evening program terranean island during aerial blitz,
to be held at 7:30 p. m. today at the will accompany Sir Dobbi 's lecture.
E T tv~f.ri O.PfC Sir Dobbie was appiointed o3VerIn(Tr

(Editor's Note: Contributions to Mich-4
igan Men at War should be addressed to
the Military Editor, The Michigan Daily,
Student Publications Building, 920 May-
nard.)
The Silver Star has been awarded
to Capt. MALCOLM N. MACINTYRE,
former varsity track athlete, who left
the University in 1942 to serve in
the Army field artillery.
While serving with the Third Am-
erican Army in France Capt. Main-
Intyre displayed "courage and skill
under withering enemy fire" while
placing his artillery in a forward posi-
tion, from which it inflicted heavy
casualties on the enemy.
Aerial gunner on a B-24 .Liber-
ator, JAMES M. HARDING, a
member of a heavy bombardment
group of the 15th Air Force (Italy),
has been promoted to the grade of
sergeant.

bombing enemy fortifications in
the path of the American Seventh
Army, providcs close i r support for
troops now attacking the enemy
inside the German border. Al-
though dive-bombing is the pri-
mary function of the group, 53
enemy aircraft were destroyed and
23 were damaged since its arrival in
the ETO.

the Normandy and southern France
invasions as well as thecHolland
invasion.Hlholdth Az.?ir Medal
for successful missions in the pre-
dawn attack over Normandy and
in the air battles of 'D'-day. A
bronze Oak Leaf cluster was added
for operations over southern
France.
A meniber of the 'ROTC for two

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A member of the First Allied Air- years at this University, Capt. Mason
borne Army (Fance., Capt. RICHI- learned to fly in the Civilian Pilot
ARD R. MASON, has been appointeddC
operations officer in the squadron Training program at Muskegon Jun-
which he joined as a Flight Leader ior College, receiving his pilot's license
more than a year ago. in 1942. After receiving his AAF
wings in March, 1943, Capt. Mason
When serving as "A" Flight served as flying instructor in C-47
Leader, Capt. Mason led his entire aircraft for three months before join-
squadron in spectacular flights in ing his present squadron.

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Another Michigan man with the
The plaque, prepared by O. Faruk and commander-in-chief of Malta in 15th Air Force, JOHN E. FEHSEN-
Sabuncu, will be placed in the recre- 1940 and was stationed there until 1ELD, JR., has been promoted to the
ation room of the Center in honor of May, 1942. In Malta, he survived grade of frst lieutenant.
the Turkish national hero. The game some 2,300 bombins.-A P-51 Mustang fighter pilot, Lt.
Sir Dobbie, colonel-commandantN
of dimes, funds for which are sup- of the Royal Engineers since 1940. Fehsenfeld has participated in 164
plied by the Turkish student Club, was borA in 1879 in Madras, India. combat missions over enemy territory.
will support the infantile paralysis After a- military education he re- and in a recent aerial encounter, he
campaign. Turkish food will be ceived his commission in the Royal destroyed two German Junker-52
served, keynoting the general atmo- Engineers and then took part in the transport planes.
sphere. South African War. He served in For his meritorious achievement
The plaque at Ataturk will be France and Belgium throughout in participating in sustained aerial
pre;ented by Lt. Kerim Olcay, for World War I. first as a regimental operations against the enemy, he has
the Turkish Student Club and will officer and later on the British Gen- been awarded the Air Medal with one
be received for the International Cen- eral Staff under Haig. Oak Leaf cluster.
ter by Dr. Esson Gale, counselor to Before coming to Ann Arbor Sir
foreign students. Dobbie will have completed lecture First Lieutenant CHARLES B.
_____ _-- -missiois in Washington, D.C.; Moline BLANDING, B-17 Flying Fortress pi-
and Chicago, Ill. lot with the Eighth Air Force (Eng-
land), has won the Air Medal in rec-
e r r ognition of "exceptionally meritor-
tlsle l( ane ious achievement" while taking part
Iwee c ry0 in the air war in Europe.
A member of the 100th Bombard-
NEW YORK, Jan. 27--P)--Sen. W i. l A Ssele ment Group of the Third Bombard-
Pepper (D.-Fla.) predicted today that ment Division, Lt. Blanding has par-
Henry A. Wallace would be confirmed A freshman and transfer student- ticipated in more than a dozen mis-
as Secretary of Commerce "when the sponsored assembly will be held for sions, flying his Fortress to targets
people are heard from." School of Music students and faculty at Merseberg, Cologne, Munich and
Addressing the National Democrat- members at 11 a. m. Tuesday in the other cities.
ic Club, Pepper said it was a victory Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
to get the former vice-president's Pauleen Smithe, violinist, will be Second Lieutenant HUBERT C.
name out of the Senate Commerce accompanied by Elaine Pashbun in FONES, pilot of a 15th Air Force
Committee at all, 'Even with an un- selections by Elman, Gardrfer and B-24 Liberator bomber, has been
favorable report." Moati, while Harriet Bodin will sing awarded the Air Medal for "meritor-
"The opposition would like to have numbers of Gluck, Klein and Hen- ious achievement in aerial flight while
pigeonholed it," he said, adding: "If schel. The musical program will be participating in sustained operational
Franklin D. Roosevelt were proposed concluded by Nancy Marsh's per- activity against the enemy.d
for Secretary of Commerce, with formance of Debussy's "Prelude No. Lt. Fones has participated in 16
those powers, most of the people op- 1" and Scarlatti's "Sonata No. 20" major attacks against such strategic
posing Wallace would oppose Roose- on the piano. targets as the Blechhammer synthetic

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ANCIENT HISTORY
ANCIENT, MEDIEVAL
. AND MODERN History
BACTERIOLOGY,
Prin. & Prac. of
BIOLOGY, General
BOTANY, General
BUSINESS LAW, General
CH EMISTRY,
First Year College
CHEMISTRY, Organic
CORPORATION FINANCE
DOMUMENTED PAPERS,
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GRAMMAR
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GERMAN GRAMMAR,
Outline of
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JOURNALISM, Survey of
LATIN AMERICA,
History of
LATIN AMERICA in MAPS
LITERATURE, English,
To Dryden
LITERATURE, English,
Since Milton
MIDDLE AGES, 300-1500,
History of
NATURAL RESOURCES
of United States
PHILOSOPHY, Introduction
PHYSICS, 1st Year College
POLITICAL SCIENCE
PSYCHOLOGY, Educational
PSYCHOLOGY, General
SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS,
Outlines of
SOCIOLOGY, Principles of
SPANISH GRAMMAR,
Outline of
STATISTICAL METHODS
STUDY, Best Methods of
UNITED STATES, To 1865,
History of
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1865, History of
WORLD, Since 1914,
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JDr. Joseph E. Maddy of the radio
department will show a movie on
"Frequency Modulation" which will
be followed by a discussion.
Polish Students Plan
§To Reorganize Club
All students of Polish' descent on
campus are invited to attend a meet-
ing of the Polonia Club to be held
at 7:30 p. . Tuesday at the Inter-
national Center.
The group, which has been inact-
ive in past years,' will meet to organ-
ize the newly revitalized club, and
students of Polish background are
urged to become members.
Cercle Francais To Hold
.Social Meeting Tuesday
Le Cercle Francais will hold a
social meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday in
the Union, Prof. Charles Koella an-
nounced yesterday.
Elizabeth Moore will sing French
songs, and all members are regeusted
to be present as the club picture for
the 'Ensian will be taken.
CLASSIFIED
Dill E CT OBY

oil refinery, Germany; the Oswiecim
oil refinery, Poland; and other im-
portant targets in Austria, Germany,
Italy and Hungary.
FRANK M. SHAFFER, who at-
tended the University for three
years prior to entering the Naval
service, was commissioned an En-
sign in the Naval Reserve and des-
ignated a Naval Aviator recently at
the Naval Air Training Bases, Pen-
sacola, Fla.
A member of Lt. Blanding's unit,
CONSTANTINE 'GUS' SHAREMET,
has been commissioned second lieu-
tenant from his previous rank of
flight officer.
Corp. RAYMOND WONNELL
ABBOTT is currently serving with
a First Tactical Air Force P-47
Thunderbolt unit, which has dis-
tinguished itself since its arrival
ten months ago in the European
Theater of Operations.
This outfit, strafing and dive-

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LOST---Cocker Spaniel, lost two
weeks ago, vicinity of Hill street.
White feet. Reward. Phone 2-1729.
LOST: Gold watch fob, four inches
long with topaz attached. Lost in
or near Rackham on Washington
up to parking lot. Family heirloom.
Substantial reward.
LOST: Plain gold cross on black rib-
bon-in Union swimming locker
roonm. Sentimental value. Tele-
phone 2-2914 or 4483 evenings.
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