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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6,

Navy Enrolls 509 Students
For Program's Final Semester

Five hundred-nine students are en-
rolled in the final semester of the
University Navy program, which was
established here in July, 1943, Capt.
Woodson Michaux, commandant of
the unit, revealed yesterday.
Of that number 365 are members of
the NROTC; 101 are Marines, and 43
are V-12 engineers. The lower en-
rollment, Capt Michaux explained,
is a result of the progressive liquida-
J -Hop..
(Continued from Page 1)
velvet curtain behind the bandstand
will set the spring garden theme of
decorations. E n o r m o u s flowers
throughout the room and vivid swags
of chartreuse and fuschia bearing
fraternity and house crests will com-
plete the extravagant decorations.
Booths will surround the dance-
floor, providing a place.for conversa-
tion and meeting friends. Approxi-
mately 35 men should combine to
sponsor a booth, and booth-sharing
preference may be given. Any organ-
ized group who has not yet contract-
ed to sponsor a booth should contact
Collee Ide, booth chairman, at 2-2569
before tomorrow.
There is no charge for booths and
it is hoped that all organized houses
will arrange to sponsor a booth to
relieve the congestion of the dance
floor and lobby. Furniture and floor
lamps for booths must be furnished
by the house, and should be in the
I. M. Building by noon Friday and
removed by noon Saturday.
Unique programs and the special
edition of the Daily, J-Hop Extra, will
be distributed as favors at the gala
Any organized group which has
not yet contracted to sponsor a booth
for J-Hop should contact Collee Ide
at 2-2569 before Thursday.
Hop. Featuring humor, cartoons, sa-
tire on the Hop itself and numerous
other stories, the Extra will be distrib-
uted free of charge at the dance. The
second edition of the Extra Saturday
will carry the names of every woman
who attended the Hop, as well as
pictures taken at the dance.
A refreshment bar and special
background for individual dance pic-
tures will be set up in one of the small
gyms, in order to allow more room
for dancing in the ballroom.
Women have been granted 2:30
a: in. permisssion for the event, and
Navy personnel, 3 a. m. permission.
Scheduled from 10 p. m. to 2 a. in.,
Friday at the I. M. Building, it is
expected that over 2,000 students will
attend the Hop.
In accordance with a campus tradi-
tion, no corsages should be worn.
Delta Sigma Pi
Holds Initiation
The Michigan chapter of Delta
Sigma Pi, professional business and
commercial fraternity, recently re-
sumed activities on campus by hold-
ing initiation ceremonies for ten new
members.
The initiation was followed by a
banquet attended by the faculty and
alumni of the business administra-
tion school and the fraternity chap-
ters of the University of Detroit and
Northwestern University.
Future plans for the Michigan
chapter include a series of programs
featuring speakers from business and
industry. In addition, a key will be
presented each year to the male
graduate of the business administra-
tion school having the highest schol-
astic average.
Continuous from P.M.
I XN-RB7 = YEmf I

-Last Times To-Day-

tion of the V-12 program since V-J
Day.
Highest Enrollment
Highest enrollment total was 1,348,
which included three different aca-
demic programs: V-12 students who
were enrolled in a block program con-
sisting largely of technical subjects
and who were sent to midshipmen's
schools for indoctrination before
commissioning; V-12 Marines who
were snt to basic training school at
Quantico before commissioning, and
NROTC students who took thirty
hours of Naval Science subjects and
were commissioned at graduation. A
total of 1,338 have been graduated
from the local V-12 program.
Fall Program Planned
The Navy peacetime NROTC will
begin in the fall term, and the pas-
sage of a bill currently before Con-
gress making provisions for this pro-
gram is anticipated by the Navy, he
reported. This proposal provides that
any person who is now a member of
the NROTC and who will not be over
25 on July in the year in which he is
sligible for commissioning may en-
roll. It is the Navy's intention, Capt.
Michaux said, that an adequate re-
seive of well-educated and well-
rained officers be maintained in the
svent of another national emergency.
Of the 100,000 Naval officers active in
World War II, 6,000 were NROTC of-
ficers who responded to the emer-
gency.
Bennett Calls
Town Housinig
Shortage Acute
"The housing situation is very
acute not only for veteran University
tudents but especially for veterans
planning to live in Ann Arbo," com-
nented Dean Wells I. Bennett of the
^oIlege of Architecture and Design,
at a recent forum on housing at the-
?attengil Auditorium.
As the principal speaker in the last
,f three forums on housing sponsored
'y the Citizens' Committee on Hous-
ng in Ann Arbor, Dean Bennett spoke
^n the Wagner-Ellender-Taft bill,
better known as the "long term" bill,
which has been in the committee
tage in the Senate.
Dean Bennett considered the hous-
ing shortage in Ann Arbor similar and
is great as those found in small towns
and cities alike throughout the coun-
try. "In addition," he said, "Ann
Arbor had a serious housing shortage
:ven before the war." Plans to allevi-
ite this, such as the remodeling of
mouses already existing, he added, had
been pretty well worked out prior to
the return of the large number of
veterans.
"What many people don't seem
to realize," Dean Bennett empha-
sized, "is the fact that Ann Arbor's
housing problem concerns two groups:
students on campus who are veterans
and also veterans who are returning
to live in Ann Arbor or who intend to
2ome here to live."
Engine School
Enrollment Up
"The College of Engineering, with
2,286 students registered, has the
largest enrollment of undergraduate
;tudents it has ever had," Dean Ivan
C. Crawford of the College of Engi-
neering announced yesterday.
Seventy per cent of the students
enrolled in the engineering college
are veterans. A total of 27.4 per cent
of all the veterans now registered in
the University are enrolled in the en-
gineering college. Veteran enroll-
ment in the engineering college has
morerthan tripled since last fall when
490 returned servicemen registered
as compared to the 1,593 veterans now
enrolled.

MiICuIIGAN
Playing Through Friday

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Iranian parliament was gld, while Britain asked Russia to explain her refusal to withdraw f rom Iran. Riot-
ing broke out in Azerdaijan province (2) (shaded). The French and British will withdraw their troops from
Syria (3) by April 30, a French report said. In Syria and Lebanon (4) there were demonstrations of sym-
pathy for Egyptians involved in new clash with police in Alexandria (5). A general strike paralyzed the
city. Cairo remained calm but uneasy.

LHi~hights
0n1Campus
Urn iyfil Moti P.
A movie on the life of a Uruguyan
family will be featured at the first
mceting of the semester of La Socie-
dad Hispanica at 8 p.m. today in Rm.
316, the Union, Burton Gavitt. presi-
dent, announced yesterday.
Latin American records and piano
music will follow. Prof. Ermelindo
Mercado, of the Romance language
department, will welcome new mem-
bers. All students interested in join-
ing the club are invited to attend.
Sirs Vet Party . .
The Veterans Organization will
hold its first social function of the
spring semester at 7:30 p. m. today
as previously announced during the
registration period. The party, which
is open to all University veterans and
which will include free food, will offer
an opportunity for new veterans to
become better acquainted with other
veterans on campus.
Feriet Will Speak .. .
Prof. J. Kamp6 de Feriet of the
Universite de Lille will speak on
"Turbulence Theory and Experi-
ment" at 4:15 p. m. Thursday in the
East Lecture Room of the Rackham
Building.
Anyone interested is invited to at-
tend the lecture, which is being spon-
sored by the Department of Aeronau-
tical Engineering.
. .C iritte? . .
The Social Committee for Interna-
tional Activities will hold its first
meeting of the semester at 4:00 p. m.
today at the League.

Men May Sign
For Rtishing
Until March 18
Union St"i"nt Offices
Open for Registering
All men students may register for
fraternity rushing in the student of-
fices of the Union between 3 p.m. and
5 p.m. any afternoon through Mon-
day, March 18.
Registration places the student un-
der no obligation, but no student may
be rushed by a fraternity until he
has signed for rushing with the In-
terfraternity Council.
All fraternities on campus are gov-
erned by the IFC, whose rule making
body includes the house presidents
of all fraternities. The IFC sets the
rules regulating all rushing and
pledging activities as well as initiat-
ing and sponsoring interfraternity
projects.
The newest edition of the IFC di-
rectory, containing information about
all campus fraternities, is being dis-
tributed to all those signing up for
rushing.
Under new regulations adopted at a
recent meeting of house presidents,
there is a two week registration period
for interested men at the beginning
of the semester, after which a rush-
ing list will be drawn up and sub-
mitted to fraternities. This will be
followed by three weeks of rushing.
No man may be pledged before the
fourth week and after the fifth week.
The game procedure for reporting
pledges will be continued.

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Contributions Asked To Replenish
Gargoyle's Low Humor Supply

By PERRY LOGAN
The Gargoyle staff, faced with the
possibility of running a quarto of
blank pages in its April issue, has
become rather perturbed about the
dearth of copy now on nand.
"I've never seen anything like it,"
Joe Walker, Garg general manager,
observed, paging through the con-
tents of the copy box. "In fact,
there's nothing like it to be seen.
Nothing, that is." He spoke in the
vernacular.
By some feat of legerdermain on
the part of those responsible for the
organization of the Gargoyle, it de-
Garg Meeting
There will be a meeting of all those
now affiliated with and those inter-
ested in joining the literary staff of
the Gargoyle at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow in
Garg office.
velops that the art staff can do
nothing until the literary staff has
produced reams of readable copy. The
art staff, therefore, is doing nothing.
At a conservative estimate, there
are now some three persons who may
be counted as being of the literary
staff. "There should be more,"
Walker observed, fidgeting with his
blue pencil.
To alleviate the possible discom-
fort of having no Gargoyle in early
April, a step urged by the Technic,
the Garg staff has issued an urgent
call for more writers, thus paving the
way for more copy. "It should be
funny," Walker pointed out, showing
an afternoon willingness to discuss
the case.
Everyone on campus who feels he
knows a funny line when he writes
it is invited to contribute to the Gar-
goyle. 'The staff is especially inter-
ested in one-page features, long
poems, and articles suitable for Diag-
Extension Service Offers
Spanish Make-up Exam
The University Extension Service
announced yesterday that for the
benefit of those who missed the ex-
amination in extension class Spanish
la, there will be an examination based
on the first 10 lessons in the gram-
mar, at 7 p.m. Friday, Mar. 8, in Rm.
108, Romance Languages Building.
Extra lessons, as part of the course
Spanish 1b, will be given for those
who feel they need to review the
grammar work in Spanish la, at 7:30
p.m. Wednesdays, beginning Mar. 6,
in Room 108 Romance Languages$
Building.

nalia. "More funny writers, that's
what we need," said Walker, attempt-
ing to stress his point.
Deadline for all copy for the April
issue has been set for Monday. Copy
may be turned in at anytime to the
Garg office in the Student Publica-
tion Building. "You know, humorous
stuff. Makes you laugh, that's the.
kind," said Walker, trying to make
sure that everyone understood what
he meant.

Baier, Wourley
To Assist AT. C
Professors Louis A. Baier, chair
man of the Department of Naval
Architecture and Marine Engineer-
ing, and John S. Worley have been
appointed to a technical advisory
board to assist the Army Transporta-
tion Corps.
The technical advisory board is
composed of 52 experts in marine,
railway and highway transportation.
Members will be called upon to ad-
vise the Army 'Transportation Corps'
Research and Development Division.

Initiation will be dependent upon
final grade reports at the conclusion
of the semester inlwhich a man is
pledged. This rule applies to all stu-
dents.
Don't Miss The
J-IHop Extra !

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CLASSIFIED ADVEIrTISIN

CLASSIFIED
RATES
$ .40 per 15-word insertion for
one or two days. (In-
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additional five words.)
Non-Contract
$1.00 per 15-word insertion for
three or more days. (In-
crease of 25c for each
additional five words.)
Contract Rates on Request
FOR RENT
ROOM FOR RENT: 725 Haven Ave-
nue. Girls' League House. Half-
block off campus. Has all con-
veniences.
ROOM AND BOARD
MEALS: For girls. Splendid home
cooked meals at League House, 604
E. Madison. Phone 4489.
HELP WANTED
HELP WANTED: Part or full time,
excellent hrs., top pay. Witham
Drug Store, corner Forest and S.
University.
WANTED
MIDWAY Bicycle Shop, 322 E. Lib-
erty. We have rebuilt used bikes
for sale. Your bike can be expertly
repaired also.
TYPEWRITERS Bought, Sold, Rent-
ed, Repaired; work guaranteed;
two days service. Office Equip-
ment Co., 111 S. 4th St. Phone
2-1213.
WANTED: Kitchen help at 707 Ox-
ford. Phone 9706.
FOR SALE

MAN'S BLACK TUXEDO . . size
30 waistline . . . perfect condition.
Call at 305 W. Hoover.
FOR SALE: One tuxedo, one dress
suit, including shirts and shoes.
Very good condition. Phone 3909.
FOR SALE: Full dress. suit, size 38
long, good as new, $35.00. Call
4710.
FOR SAL.: 3 suits, $15 each; 2
tuxedos, $20 each. All 42 long, ex-
cellent condition. Phone 3706.
MEDICAL MICROSCOPE - Bausch
& Lomb; one 10x Eyepiece, 4 mm.,
16 min., and 1.8 mmn. objectives;
reasonable. Phone 2-2416.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Grey and silver Parker "51"
inscribed John H. hirkenmeier.
Call Gloria H. Birkenmeier, 4121-
2147; reward.

WED., MARCH 6
7:00--News
7:05- Sleephead Serenade
8:00-News
8:15--Wake Up and Live
8:25-Classics In Music
8:30-Music Reveille
8:55-News
9 :OO-Music Box
9:30-Popular Music
9:40--News
9:45-Moments of Melodies
10 :00--News
10:05-Music for Remem-
brance
10:15-Quiz
10:30-Broadway Melodies
1:40-Community Calendar
10:45-Waltz Time
11:00-News

11:05-Milt Herth Trio
11:15-Lean Back and
Listen
11:30-City Charter, Inc.
11:45_Persian Folk Lore
11:50--Popular Music
11:55--College and Maiial
Airs
12:00--News
12:15-Jesse Crawford
12:20--Today's Band
12:30-1Farm and Home Hour
12 :45-Man on the Street
1 :OONews
1:05-Salon Music
1:10-victorious Living
1:15-Washtenaw County
Health Department
1 :25-Flashes From Life
1:30-This Rhythmic ?Age
1:45-Jerry Sears

2:00-News
2:05-Melody on Parade
3:00-News
3:05-Jack Conner Trio
3:15--University of
Michigan
3:30-It's A Hit
3:40----It Actually Happened
3:45-Trade Winds Tavern
4:00-News
4:05-Campus Ballroom
5 :00__News
5:05-Rainbow TrIo
5:10-Jack Smith Presents
5:15-Mystery Melodies
5:30-Little Show
5:45-Salon Music
6:00-News
6:15-Along the Sports
Sidelines
6 :30-Quiz

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13

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FOUND: Handmade silver ring, con-
structed from coin. Inscription in-
side. Owner please identify. Phone
2-1017.
LOST: Watch, Rime make, between
campus and downtown; sentimen-
tal value; reward. Call 8930,
Beatrice Feld.
LOST: Black Shaeffer pen; initials
J.N.C. on gold band of cap; re-
ward. Call Jeannette Collins,
2-5579.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR HIRE: A-1 dance orchestra, 5-6
pieces, has dates open. Campus
references. Phone Ypsilanti 1220w.

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EVER ASSEMBLED

Featuring . .
Alexander Gray * Laurel Hurley * Detnar Poppen
Toby Durst * Nina Vorela

Box Office Sale
Daily from 10 A.M.

Balcony 1.20-1.80-2.40
Orchestra 2.40-3.00 tax inc.

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FOR

SALE: Tuxedo, size 34-36.

Medium length, $20.

Phone 3433.

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