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TTfTI 1WTCTTTITAN IbAITY WEDNR~DAY. OCTOBER 27, 1941
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Law School Announces New
Requirement for Admission

The University Law School has
announced its decision to require
all applicants for admission to
take the "Law School Admission
Test."
Sponsored by a substantial
number of the nation's leading
law schools, the test determines
legal aptitude lnd intelligence,
and is now required by the ma-
jority of highly accredited schools
as a condition on consideration of
an applicant for admission.
* * .*
IN REGARD to the newi require-
ment Dean Stason of the Law
School said, "It would be desir-
able for students in the College of
Literature, Science, and the Arts,
the School of Business Administra-
tion, or the School of Engineering,

who plan to apply for Law School
admission in 1949, to take the test
when it is given in November, and
to make application to the Educa-
tional Testing Service by Nov. 6."
A $10 fee is required in order
to take the test, and application
should be made directly to the
Eucational Testin ervice,
P. 0. Box 59, Princeton, New
Jersey.
The Law School Admission Test
will be given during this school
year on the .following dates: No-
vember 13, February 19, May 7
and Aug. 6.
Campus Sale next week
-the Ensian

Swing Warns
Danger Ahead
FromRussia
"The danger years in Europe
will be 1948 and 1949, when the
Western countries are relatively
weak and Soviet power can take
over Europe by force without ef-
fective resistance," according to
Raymond Gram Swing, noted
news analyst.
Swing, who has just returned
from an extensive tour of Europe,
is the second featured speaker of
the Oratorical Lecture Series. He
will speak in Ann Arbor, Novem-
* * *
WHILE IN EUROPE, Swing
talked to the leaders of France
and England, and visited Ger-
many as a passenger on a coal-
cargo plane.
He is the first commentator to
haea wonthe two "Oscars'' of
Peabody awards, while his an-
alyses of wartime events gained
him the largest radio audience
chosen "History on the March."
Tickets for this lecture wviii go on
sale at Hill Auditorium box office
Oct. 30.
the YearbookwThe tshe New Look.

Half of this week's varied dra-
matic bill of fare goes on display
at 8:30 p.m. tonight at Slauson
Junior High School when the Ann
Aror Civic Theatre presents its
production of John van Druten's
comedy, "The Voice of the Tur-
tle."
Distinguished for a long run on
Broadway, and later as a movie
hiit, the play concerns itself with a
soldier on a weekend pass who fi-
nally convinces the girl he is in
love with that all love affairs are
not sordid and emotionally empty.

Popular Comedy Scheduled
By Ann Arbor Civc Theatre

Scheduled to run through Sat-
urday, the show has two Univer-
sity students, Mary Lou Bramwell
and Morris Winer cast as the
young couple.
Laird Brooks, Grad., who has
played in summer stock produc-
tions with the Patchwork Players
in Virginia is directing the per-
formance.
Tickets for tonight's presenta-
tion may still be obtained at Kes-
sel's. Tickets for Thursday, Fri-
or Saturday may be purchased at
Jacobson's.

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3,000 LOAVES OF BREAD DAILY. With the opening of a bakery department, the new food service
building is complete. Besides the bread, 500 pies, 2,000 packages of sweet rolls and 200 dozen of
doughnuts will be made. The bakery covers half of the building's first floor and part of the second
and employs 15 men who work 16 hours daily in shifts. The rest of the building opened last April.

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Opening of Bakery Unit
Completes Foo Service

Tuoria Service
The Student Tutorial Service of
the Union is in operation this se-
mester, according to Dick Foote,
co-chairman of the House Com-
mittee.
The service is open to all stu-
dnts on campus, at a charge of

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With the opening Sunday of a
bakr departmen cmapablesof%
loaves of bread daily, the new
Food Service Building will be
Thmpe rest of the $1,250,000 food
center has been in operation as a
processing point and storage de-
pot for University eating places
since last April.
COVERING HALF the build-
ing's first floor and part of the
second, the new bakery sup-
plants other small bakeries in the
rcsidence halls, Michigan League,
EVENTS TODAY
Duplicate B~ridge Tournament-
League, 7:30 p.m.
ExpctntMother-Clsse at
Health Center, E. Catherine street.
Discussion on "Early Development
of Your Baby and His Place in
the Family.
AVC-Semester election of of-
ficers. Meeting 7/30 p.m., the Un-
ion.
EVENTS TOMORROW
Lawyers Guild-Busincss meet-
ing, 4:15 p.m., Rm. 3-K. the Un-1
ion.
Business conl erence -Discus-
sion and speakers on the problem
of inventory control in small
stores, 10 a.m., Rackham building.
Texas Club - Organizational
meeting, election of officers; 7:30
p.m., tomorrow, Rm. 3M, Michigan
Union.

University Hospital, West Lodge
and aWillow Run. It covers 6,000
Two ovens, two mixers, a re-
frigerated flour bin, bending
hoppers, dividing and rounding
mnachines, a moulder, and slic-
ing and wrapping machines, the
diepartment's equipment, will be
in operati-on 16 hours daily. The
15 bakery workers work in shifts.
Besides the bread, 500 pies, 2,000
packages of sweet rolls and 200
dozen of doughnuts a day will be
baked.
LOCATED ON the corner of
Glen and Ann streets, other facili-
ties of the food service building in-
clude a kitchen for testing recipes
and fods, a meat processing shop,
a wholesale grocery department
and an ice-cream manufacturing
department. With the new bakery,
the building employs 40 persons.
Replacing the storage unit
formerly located in the Univer-
rd-bric strutue wa desige
by Kalamazoo Architect Louis
C. Kingscott and Associates.
Bruce Lemon is director of the
building's services.
Non-spccch students looking for
a chance to display their dramatic
talents may find the opportunity
by joining the new University of
Michigan Student Players.
The group, which will present
serious and humorous plays, will
hold a tryout meeting at 8 p.m. to-
morrow in the game room of the
League.

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