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SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1:1.16

Col. W. Farris Appointed Campus
Veterans' Activities Coordinator


Col. Walter Farris, former campus
military science professor, has been
appointed to a new position as coor'-
dinator of veterans' activities at the
The appointment of Col. Farris to
the veterans' activities position was
announced yesterday by Provost
James P. Adams. At present on ter-
minal leave from the Army, he will di-
rect the new office for the dean of
Social Duties
Col. Farris' duties include the or-
ganization and coordination of recre-
ational, social and educational ac-
tivities of veterans and their wives at
Willow Run Village, where he has al-I
ready assumed his duties. More than
1,500 students live at the village.
At Willow Run, Col. Farris will also
represent the University as liaison of-
ficer with the Federal Public Housing
Returns To Ann Arbor
For several years prior to 1940, Col.
Farris was an assistant professor of
military science and tactics at the

University. He returned to Ann Ar-
bor last month after having served
as operations and training officer at
Fort Benning, Ga.
In the early stages of the war, he
wa" internal security officer at Fort
Sam Houston, Texas.
Anti-Franco Plans
Reveal d .By MYDA
"Make Spain the tomb of fascism!"
With this slogan, MYDA is plan-
ning to follow their recent Anti-
Franco Rally with another campus-
wide rally, petition campaign, and
an exhibition of painting and poetry
of Republican Spain.
MYDA member, and all those who
are interested are urged to attend a
meeting at which an election of of-
ficers will be held at 3:30 Wednesday
in the Union.
(ave to the Red Cross

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Anderson May
Take Control
Of Dairy Prices
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON, March 9 - The
House Food Committee today recom-
mended transferring all control over
prices in the dairy industry from OPA
to Secretary of Agriculture Clinton
P. Anderson.
This was part of a 12-point plan
advanced by the committee to obtain
more milk, butter and other dairy
products to meet increased demands.
This demand, the committee said,
is due partly to the prosperous times
and partly to a sharply increasing
number of babies, and 10,000,000
members of the armed forces' back
home "accustomed to greater quan-
tities of milk and milk products."
The committee report, based on ex-
tensive hearings on the dairy situa-
tion, said subsidies should be contin-
ued only until December 31, 1946, and
price ceilings should be gradually in-
creased to a point where they could
be removed entirely a year from now
to give the industry a free market.
Immediate increases in ceiling
prices of butter, evaporated milk and
casein, a milk byproduct, were recom-
mended. The committee set March
15, less than a week from now, as
the deadline for OPA to raise ceiling
prices for milk producers and han-
dlers in localities where, under pres-
ent rates, milk brought in from other
areas sells for more money than lo-
cally produced milk.
Haber To Speak
To B'nai B'rith
Discussing current problems in the
post-war Jewish community, Prof.
William Haber of the economics de-
partment will be principal speaker
at the B'nai B'rith annual banquet
at 5:30 p.m. today.
Prof. Haber was former national
director of the National Refugee Ser-
vice, and has recently returned from
Washington, D. C., where he served
with the War Manpower Commission.
Guests will include Mr. and Mrs.
Osias Zwerdling, active in local civic
work, and 12 Ann Arbor veterans of
World War II. Entertainment will
be furnished by the Hillel Players,
student dramatic group of the Hillel
Preuss To Speak
On Yalta Formula
"The Yalta Formula: Its Signifi-
cance for UNO" will be discussed by
Da. Lawrence Preuss of the political
science department at a meeting of
the American Association of Univer-
sity Women's international problems
group at 3 p.m. Wednescay.
The group will meet at the home of
Mrs. Marshall Snyder, 615 Oswego.
Technical expert at the Dumbarton
Oaks meetings and for the United
States delegation at the United Na-
tions Conference on International Or-
ganization, Dr. Preuss also acted as
principal secretary of the United Na-
tions Conference of Jurists in Wash-
University of Illinois Has
Record Enrollment Figure
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., March 9-(IP)-
Registration at the University of Illi-
nois for the current semester set an
all-time record of 12,633, university
officials said today.
The former record, 12,624, was set
in the fall of 1938.

Prof. Cranefield'
Named to Board
Dean Henry F. Vaughan of the
School of Public Health and Prof.
Eleanor Cranefield of the Institute of"
Public and Social Administration"
have been named to represent the
University as members of the Board;
of Delegates of the Detroit Council
of Social Agencies.
A former Detroit health commis-
sioner, Dean Vaughan will be on the
board as a member of the executive
committee of the University's Insti-
tute of Social Work, which is the;
graduate division for training in that
field. Prof. Cranefield will sit on the
board as a staff representative.
The institute is a cooperating mem-
ber of the Council of Social Agencies.a
Prof. Robert W. Kelso is a member of
the council's board of directors. ;
Grace Lockhoff Will
Give Recital Tonight
Selections from the works of
Brahms, Hugo Wolf, Richard Strauss,
Debussy, Chausson, De Falla, and
Griffes will highlight the recital to be
given by Grace Huddle Lockhoff, so-
prano, at 8:30 p.m. tonight in Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
Mrs. Lockhoff earned her Bachelor
of Arts degree at Coe College, Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, later becoming a mem-
ber of the faculty. She has studied at
Washington University of St. Louis,
Guillard Graduate School, and with
Mme. Idelle Patterson of New York.
She is now a student of voice under
Arthur Hackett.
Eva Lampman will accompany
Mrs. Lockhoff.
Finnish President Named
HELSINKI, March 9 -(P)- Pre-
mier Juho Kusti Paasikivi was elected
President of Finland by Parliament
today to fill out the unexpired term
of Field Marshal Baron Carl Gustaf
Mannerheim, 79, who resigned in
March because of his health. .
Paasakivi will take the oath of

Congress Plans Act
On War's Legal End
By Th le Associated Press
WASHINGTON, March 9-House
Judiciary Committee aides said today
that federal agencies have been asked
to submit data which will help in
drafting legislation to declare a legal
end to World War II.
Committee aides told newsmen that
action on resolutions to set a date for
the war's official end is being de-
layed pending receipt of this informa-
Salvage Chairman Urges
Cooperation in Tin Drive
Uurging cooperation in the tin can
pick-up Thursday morning, George
H. Gabler, chairman of the Washte-
naw County Salvage Committee, said,
"The scarcity of tin has been acute
and will continue for the next year
or two."
City trucks wii canvass areas with-
in the city limits.

liam and S. Fifth Ave. will
regular Sunday morning
service at 10:30.

hold its

University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw: Sunday Service at 11:00
a.m. The guest speaker, the Rev. A.
Zeile, of Saginaw, will speak on the
subject, "Our Master's Lesson in Un-
selfish Service."
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student
Club, will have its regular supper
meeting Sunday at 5:15 at the Stu-
dent Center, to be followed by a dis-
cussion of the Revised Standard Ver-
sion of the New Testament.
First Unitarian Church: Lane Hall,
State and Washington Streets, Ed-
ward H. Redman, Minister. 10:00 a.m.
Unitarian-Friends' Church School.

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