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a ar,:r"n' z., z THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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has received notice of the following
Civil Service Examinations. Last
date for filing application is noted
in each case:
United States Civil Service
Junior Public Health Nurse, salary
$1,800, until further notice.
Farmer-Fieldman, $2,600, August 7,
1941.
Senior Inspector, Ordnance Mater-
ial, $2,600, until further notice.
Inspector, Ordnance Material, $2,-
300, until further notice.
Associate Inspector, Ordnance Ma-
terial, $2,000, until further notice.
Assistant Inspector, Ordnance Ma-
terial, $1,800, until further notice.
Junior Inspector, Ordnance Mater-
ial, $1,620, until further notice.
Principal Industrial Specialist, $5,-
600, August 7, 1941.
Senior Industrial Specialist, $4,600,
August 7, 1941.
Industrial Specialist, $3,800, August
7, 1941.
Weekdays 2- 4 7- 9 P.M.
NOW PLAYING!
THE BIG MUSICAL FUN-SHOW

Associate Industrial Specialist, $3,-
200, August 7, 1941.
Assistant Industrial Specialist, $2,-
600, August 7, 1941.
Housing Management Supervisor,
$3,800, August 14, 1941.
Chief Housing Management Super-
visor, $6,500, August 14, 1941.
Principal Housing Management
Supervisor, $5,600, August 14, 1941.
Senior Housing Management Su-
pervisor, $4,600, August 14, 1941.
Associate Housing Management
Supervisor, $3,200, August 14, 1941.
Assistant Housing Management Su-
pervisor, $2,600, August 14, 1941.
Project Auditor, 3,200, until further
notice.
Chief Project Auditor, $5,600, until
further notice.
Head Project Auditor, $4,600, until
further notice.
Principal Project Auditor, $3,800,
until further notice.
Senior Project Auditor, $3,500, un-
til further notice.
Associate Project Auditor, $2,900,
until further notice.
Assistant Project Auditor, $2,600,
until further notice.
Coal Mine Inspector, $3,800, De-
cember 31, 1941.
Senior Coal Mine Inspector, $4,600,
December 31, 1941.
Associate Coal Mine Inspector, $3,-
200, December 31, 1941.
Assistant Coal Mine Inspector, $2,-
600, December 31, 1941.
Assistant Inspector of Hulls, $3,200,
September 4, 1941.
Assistant Inspector of Boilers, $3,-
200, September 4, 1941.
Associate Public Health Nursing
Consultant, $3,200, July 26, 1941.
Assistant Public Health Nursing
Consultant, $2,600, July 26, 1941.
Poultry Coordinator, $3,800, August
1, 1941.
Complete announcements on file at
the Bureau, 201 Mason Hall. Office
hours: 9-12 and 2-4.
Tuesday, 11 a.m. "Religion-Its Na-
ture and Aim," Professor Leroy Wa-
terman, East Conference Room, Rack
ham Building.
Wednesday, 11 a.m. "Perversions of
Religion by False Reasoning," Pro-
fessor Leroy Waterman, East Confer-
ence Room, Rackham Building.
Thursday, 11 a.m. "Perversions of
Religion by Wishful Thinking," Pro-
fessor Leroy Waterman, East Con-
ference Room, Rackham Building.
The Fellowship of Reconciliation
will meet next Tuesday evening in
Lane Hall at 7:30 to discuss the first
chapter of the book "War Without
Violence" by Krishnald Shridharani.
Please read the reference material
before coming. (On file at Lane
Hall). Everyone is invited.
Enid Szantho, Contralto and Arthur
Hackett, Tenor, members of the Sum-
mer Session Faculty of the School of
Music, will present a joint recital at
8:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 22, in the
Hill Auditorium. They will be ac-
companied by John Kollen and Joseph
Brinkman, Pianists, also of the School
of Music Faculty. This recital will
be open to the general public..
Pirates Beat Dodgers
BROOKLYN, July 21. -(')- The
Brooklyn Dodgers' lead in the Na-
tional League was reduced to one
game over te. idle Cardinals today
when the Pirates pounded out an 8
to 3 triumph. Elbie Fletcher and
Vincent DiMaggio each hit home runs
to account for four of the Pirates'
tallies.

Filmed in Russia, "The Childhood
of Maxim Gorky" will be offered by
the Art Cinema League at 8:15 p.m.
Thursday in the Lecture Hall of the
Rackham School.
Depicting the early life of the great
Russian author, "The Childhood of
Maxim Gorky" stars Alyosha Lyar-
sky in the title role.
Tickets for the film, the second of
a series of two Russian motion pic-
tures, may be obtained at the Union,
the League and Wahr's Book Store.

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A Red army mechanic prepares to load bombs below the wings of a plane which Russian sources said
was being readied for a bombing mission as the pilot in the cockpit warms the motor. This photo was sent
from Moscow to New York by radio.

Dark Horses,
Ox Lodge Win
Pretzel Benders Bow 11-10
In Overtime Game
In an overtime game yesterday, Art
Hughes belted out a long triple to
defeat the Pretzel Benders 11 to 10
and give the Dark Horses their sec-
ond victory in as many games. Mau-
rice Richards again went the dis-
tance for the Dark Horses while Ray
Rynberg hurled for the losers.
Football guard Bob Kolesar pitched
five-hit ball against the Physics
squad in the only other National
League contest as Ox Lodge brought
their won-lost record up to .500 by a
12 to 3 score. Curt Merritt pitched
for the Physicists.
The Faculty team defaulted to Cic-
ero's Pups.
Today, in the American League,
the Blitzkriegers will play the In-
dians, the Legal Eagles will face the
Curriculum Workshop squad and the
Tigers will meet the Chemists.
At 4:15 p.m. tomorrow the National
League will go into action again when
the Pretzel Benders meet Ox Lodge,
Cicero's Pups engage the Dark Horses
and the Physicists battle it out with
the Faculty.
Tea Dance Tomorrow
Classroom dress or tennis or golf
togs will be entirely appropriate for
the tea dance to be held from 3:30 to
5:30 p.m. tomorrow in the League
Ballroom, for the theme of the affair
is to be "Come as you are."

Bates, Dawson To Speak Today
At Legal Round Table Seminar

A legal round table seminar has
been arranged by Dean E. Blythe Sta-
son of the law school for the lawyers
of the Latin-American Summer Ses-
sion of the International Center.
Starting today, the seminar will be
held at 2 p.m. every Tuesday and
Thursday. Today's subjects to be
considered will be "The History of the
Anglo-American Legal System" pre-
sented by Prof. John P. Dawson and
"The United States Constitution" and
"Separation of Powers, Judicial Re-
views" presented by Dean-Emeritus-
Henry M. Bates.
The general purpose of the seminar
is to present United States legal the-
ory and practice and give opportunity
for a discussion of points of compari-
son with similar practice in the Latin-
American countries represented.
Assisting Dean Stason in conduct-
ing the seminar will be Professor Daw-
son, Dean-Emeritus Bates, Prof. Hes-
sel E. Yntema, Prof. Grover C. Gris-
more, Prof. Ralph W. Aigler, Prof.
Burke Shartel, Prof. Lewis M. Simes
and Prof. Laylin K. James.
Among the men who will attend
are Dr. Teodoro Alvarado, former
Minister of Education of Ecuador;
Dr. Sergio Vergara, corporation law-
yer for one of the largest banks in
Chile; Dr. Leonidas Ortega, profes-
sor and lawyer of Guayaquil, Ecuador;
Dr. Miguel Albornoz, columnist of "El
Comercio," important daily of Quito,
Ecuador, and Dr. Alejamdro Paz,
lawyer and teacher of Quito.
Others who will attend are Mr. Al-
fredo Ledesma, son of the ex-Presi-

dent of the Superior Court of Guaya-
quil; Dr. Alfonso Bowen, Ecuador-
ean lawyer, professor and author; Mr.
Wilson Cordova, private secretary to
the President of Ecuador; and Dr.
Alfredo Albornoz, assistant manager
of the Banco de Prestamos in Quito.
Aluminum Drive
Termed Success
(By The Associated Press)
Out of that greatest of all store-
houses-the American kitchen pan-
try-came such a stream of old pots
and pans yesterday that defense of-
ficials quickly revised their estimate
of what Mrs. Housewife could do to
"keep 'em flying."
The Government's aluminum sal-
vage campaign was launched with a
goal of 20,000,000 pounds. But scat-
tered reports of the first day's col-
lections so exceeded expectations
that officials at Washington head-
quarters began to talk of 30,000,000
or even 40,000,000.
Everybody appeared to be taking
part, and with enthusiasm in the
drive for old metal to be given the
government.
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