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4,, 1945

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Enrollment Figures Reported By University
Total 10,983; Men Out-Number Women

Final enrollment figures announced
yesterday by the office of the presi-
dent, show that of a total of 10,983
students, 1,918 of that number are
veterans.
Thirty-three women veterans are
included in that figure, which is an
increase of 473 per cent over last
year's veteran enrollment when there
were 335 on campus.
Civilian enrollment has a 1 s o
jumpel upward to 9,357 over a 6,699
figure of last year. This is a 40 per
cent increase. Service units, includ-
ing Army, Navy and Marine units,
total 1,626 as compared with 2,350 a
year ago.
Increase of One-Fifth
An over-all 21 per cent increase in
enrollment was reported, since last
year's total figure was only 9,049.
Final figure also disclosed that the
men are leading the women with a
total of 5,736 in both civilian and
military capacities, while feminine
enrollment trails with 5,247.
Lit School Largest
Breaking down that campus-wide

figure of 10,983 to the various schools
in the University, the report shows
that the Lit school leads with 4,870
students, 3,203 of these being women,
655 veterans, and the remaining
number nonveterans, Marines, or sail-
ors.
The Engineering college follows
with an enrollment of 1,544; 1,5001
men and 44 women.1
Fifty women are included in the
Medical school enrollment of 399.
The remaining number is divided
among 142 Navy medics, 105 Army,
13 veterans and 89 nonveterans.
Lav school enrollment figures
show a total of 246. 18 of these stu-
dents being women, 148 veterans, and
89 nonveterans.
The College of Pharmacy enrolled
54; half of this number were women,
and there were 10 veterans in the
group. One hundred ninety-one have
registered for Dent school, and 28 of
this number are in the Navy pro-
gram. Others include 51 women, 67
veterans, and 45 nonveterans.

In the College of Architecture and
Desig, the enrollment of 294 was di-
vided between 109 men and 185
women.
Two.hundred-two registered in the
School of Education. Of this num-
ber, 165 were women.
Vets Lead Business School
In the Business Administration
School there was a total of 330 en-
rolles. Veterans lead the list with
164, and 63 women are also enrolled
in the school.
Seventy are enrolled in the School
of Forestry and Conservation, and a
total of 369 nurses are in the School
of Nursing. Music School figures
reached 298 and 144 were enrolled in
the School of Public Health.
One thousand four hundred nine-
ty-six graduate students have en-
rolled and 733 of this number are
men.
Students in the Japanese Language
School total 265, and 182 have been
enrolled in the Judge Advocate Gen-
eral's School.

Trophy Fans
Ravage Giant
Battlewagon
NEW YORK, Nov. 3-(IP)-The
mighty battleship Missouri, whose
decks have been crowded by hundreds
of thousands of civilians since she
came here Oct. 22 to take part in
Navy Day activities, has suffered
considerable damage at the hands of
souvenir-hunters, officers reported
today.
Officers said the throngs of sou-
venir-hungry visitors came armed
with pliers, wrenches and penknives.
They swept the vessel clean of most
everything loose and a lot that wasn't.
Most of the troubles came during
an invasion Monday by some 60,000
school children, it was related. Offic-
ers said the youngsters:
Sounded a general alarm which
sent sailors scurrying to their battle
stations.
Attempted to hack out the main
deck plate commemorating the Japa-
nese -surrender ceremony.
Tried to pull every lever in sight-
one of which released a two-ton life
raft that thundered into the deck
and cost one child a finger.
Precipitated a general furor simul-
taneously in which about 150 of
their teachers fainted, necessitating
the rigging of special bunks to care
for them.
Pilfered many fire host nozzles.
Penciled countless "compositions"
on the freshly-painted walls.

With the opening of the official
rushing season fast approaching, the
Interfraternity Council reports that
close to 250 students have registered
for rushing with the number con-
stantly increasing.
Rushing lists will be submitted to
the fraternities sometime this week
and then the rushing season will be
on. No student may be rushed until
he has registered with the Interfra-
ternity Council.
Registration at IFC Office
Registration may take place at any
Army Transport
Crashes in Pacific
HONOLULU, Nov. 3-(A--Twenty-
seven passengers and crewman of an
Army transport plane were forced
down at sea 450 miles east of Hono-
lulu today, but all may be safe aboard
three life rafts seen in the area, the
Army Transport Command said this
afternoon.
A search plane, one of 10 dis-
patched to attempt rescue, reported
it had spotted the rafts shortly after
1 p.m. (6:30 p.m. Eastern Standard
Time) with persons aboard them.
The ATC said the rafts could ac-
commodate the 21 passengers, includ-
ing a civilian woman and a WAC,
and six crewmen of the Liberator-
type transport plane.

IFC Schedules Rushing Season This Week;
Increasing Registration Lists Approach 250

time during the semester from 3 to
5 p.m., Monday through Friday, at
the Interfraternity Council office on
the third floor of the Union.
Tryouts for the IFC are urged to
contact the office immediately. Any
fraternity man who is otherwise eligi-
ble may participate in IFC activity.
House President's Meeting
Fraternity house presidents will
have a meeting this Tuesday, Novem-

ber 6, in Room 306 of the Union.
Rushing procedures will be discussed.
An election for president and sec-
retary of the IFC will be held Wed-
nesday, November 14. Petitions for
these positions should be submitted
to the executive committee of the
IFC. From the list of petitions, three
candidates will be nominated for
each of the two positions and then
the house presidents will make the
final selection.

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SUN., NOV. 4, 1945
8:00-News.
8:05-Organ Music.
8:15-Jimmy Wakely.
8:30-Frankie Masters.
9:00-News.
9:05-Ralph Ginsburg.
9:30-Ave Maria Hour.
10:00-News.

10:15-Michigan Highway
Department.
10:30-Charlie Barnett.
10:45--Jesse Crawford.
11:00-News.
11:05-First Presbyterian
Church of Ypsilanti.
12:00-News.
12:05-Mario Morelli.
12:15-Know Your Govern-
ment.

12:30-Music & Verse.
12:45-Bible Hour.
1:00-News.
1:15-Boy Scouts of Amer-
ica.
1:30-Jerry Sears.
2:00-News.
2:05-Les Brown.
2:30-Football (Detroit
Lions).
5:00-News.

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