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Michigan Daily, 1932-08-04

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THUsDAI, AUG. 4,1932
Soldiers Find Little Rah Ra ressed for Alaskan Honeymoon Chamber Music Class
CIAL BULLETIN Gives Recital Tonight
Colleve; Routmi e Is Follow edShe chamber music class, directed
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College life for the men who are
h e r e taking advanced ordnance
training under the direction of Col.
A. H. White, of the chemical engi-
neering department, find little time
for the movie version ,of "Rah Rah
College" playtime.
Up at 6 o'clock, calisthenics at the
Intramural buildipg, breakfast at the
Theta Delta Chi and Sigma Chi
houses, and then classes until 4
o'clock in the afternoon with only
a short break at noon is the daily
routine of the college-army men.
Among the courses studied are
"C on tracts and Administration,"
"Properties of Metal Components,"
"Advanced Metallurgy," "Explosives,
Propellants and Loading," "Inspec-

tion and Gaging of Metal Compon-
ents," and "Marksmanship."
Among the 38 men taking the work
are:
Robert Graham, Cincinnati; Clarke
R. Trumble, Alcoa, Tenn.; Charles
Selheimer, Louisville, Ky.; Ralph G.
Nicholas, Jeffersonville, Ind.; Wil-
liam L. Hensley, Indianapolis; Reu-
ben Tour, Cincinnati; Allen Harris,
Dayton, 0.;' Delancy L. Frederick,
Louisville, Ky.; Louis P. Weiner, Cin-
cinnati; Arthur Focke, Indianapolis.
Daniel Britten, Lakewood, O.;
Horace Y. Bassell, Euclid, 0.; Her-
bert S. Karch, Cuyohogy, 0.; Wil-
liam Mellen, Canton, 0.; Raymond
Keenan, Clevelafid, 0.; Edgar Max-
well, Chicago, Ill.

with their telephone numbers will be supplied by calling University Exten-
sion 2197.
Fresh Air Camp, Visitors are invited to visit the canp this week.
today the boys will sponsor a circus for the benefit of the visitors. No
admission will be charged. The picnic grounds are open for the use of our
guests.
Southern Illinois Students: Students from Southern Illinois who were
not at the meeting Tuesdpy night and who want to go on the picnic next
Friday, call Mrs. Rosann, 8988, before 5 o'clock today.
H. C. Malan
University High School Assembly: The University High School demon-
stration assembly this week will be presented by the French and Latin Oe-
partment§ of the University High School on Friday morning, August 5, at
ten o'clock. The program will consist of a group of French folk songs; a
dramatization of the composition of The Marseillaise, written by a stu-
dent of the French class; and a dramatization in English of a *ene in
Rome depicting graphically some of the Latin contributions to our Eng-
lish vocabulary. All Summer Session students are cordially invited to at-
tend the assembly.
Language'Examination for M.A. Candidates in English: A written ex-
amination in the reading knowledge of French and German for candidates
for the M.A. Degree in English will be given in 2225 A.H on Thursday,
August 4, at 1:30 p. m.
Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: The Bureau
has been notified of a vacancy for a woman teacher of elementary sub-
jects, public school niusic, and art. Any one interested please call at the
office, ,201 Mason Hall. Life Certificate required.'/
Education Banquet:~ The annual banquet of the Men's and Women's
Education Clubs will be held at the Michigan Union Monday, August 8,
at 6:30 p. m. The address will be given by Dr. Charles Hubbard Judd, Dean
of the S hool of Education, of the University of Chicago.

Clifford J. McGregor of Detroit is shown here with his wife, former
Philadelphia girl, in the Eskimo togs they will wear on their honeymoon
at Point Barrow, Alaska, where they'll spend a year making a scientific
study of Arctic weather oddities.

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