THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY. HMT 12. - 1§42
OPA Officials Hint At Possible
Increasef Sugar Allotment
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By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON, July 11-A possi-
ble increase in the sugar rationwas
hinted by the Office of Price Ad-
ministration today in reporting that
the United States now is obtaining
about 30,000 tons more sugar a
month than is being consumed.
However, OPA cautioned that con-
tinued government control over the
distribution of sugar was necessary
to assure each person his fair share
and guard against serious shortages
Emphasizing that the shipping sit-
uation remained an unknown factor
in the supply picture, OPA empha-
sized that 1942 sugar production and
imports would total 6,054,284 tons,
compared with normal peacetime
consumption of about 6,800,000.
If supplies continue flowing at the
anticipated rate, 1942 rationed con-
sumption will leave about 354,000
tons to spare, OPA said. It called
this margin "too narrow" for normal
times, but said it would not be "too
dangerous under a rationing system
where immediate curtailment of con-
sumption can be put into effect when
the need arises."
Rationing is now at the basic rate
of one-half pound a person a week.
OPA authorized last week a "bonus"
of two extra pounds.
Under this program, OPA said, the
country now is using about 475,000
tons of sugar a month and is being'
supplied from its own crops and all
imports at the rate of about 504,523
tons a month.
"The bulk of this supply is brought
to this country in ships from Cuba
and Puerto Rico in the Caribbean,"
Axis Subs Hit
358 Atlantic Ships Sunk
Since Beginning Of War
By The Associated Press
Four more ship sinkings announced
yesterday by the Navy raised to 358
the unofficial Associated Press total
of ships sunk in the Western Atlan-
tic since Pearl Harbor.
The rate of sinkings prompted ma-
rine underwriters to raise their
charges for cargo insurance five per-
cent in most categories.
Strengthening of the Allied mer-
chant fleet was indicated, however,
in the lend-lease agreement reached
in Washington between the United
States and Norway by which the
United States will furnish free arma-
ment for Norway's merchant fleet
now in the United Nations service,
repair damage and replace ships lost
in war operations.
The latest ships reported lost in-
cluded two United States merchant
vessels, a British merchant ship and
a small Greek cargo vessel.
The British ship was sunk only a
short distance from a Florida port
to which she was being towed by a
tug. She had been attacked first
March 9 while in the harbor of a
British West Indian island.
SRA Invites Freshmen
To Attend Wiener Roast
Freshman are invited to attend a
wiener roast and picnic sponsored by
the Student Religious Association to-
morrow night. The group will meet
in Lane Hall at 6:20 and then pro-
ceed to a fireplace above the Island.
John Fitch, freshman leader, will
present a short talk on "What I Be-
lieve" followed by a general discus-
sion of personal belief.
the statement continued, "and as
long as we are able to maintain the
rates of import on the first half of
1942, our sugar situation, with each
consumer on a restricted ration, will
be considered basically sound.
"If warfare cuts down this rate of
import to any great extent for any
length of time, or if the 1942 U.S.
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SUNDAY, JULY 12, 1942
VOL. LII. No. 20-S
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l1 have to be tightened." The Storehouse Building will act
as a receiving center for scrap rub-
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W illBe S cond and the materials will be picked up
by the trucks which make regular
campus deliveries. Service of the
janitors is available to collect the
Communicable Disease Nurse (Fe-
male) , $1,980, until further notice.
General Staff Nurse, Relief, Fe-
male, $1.848, until further notice.
Further information may be had
from the notices which are on file
in the office of the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 201-Mason Hall, office
hours 9-12 and 2-4.
Bureau of Appointments and
College of Literature, Science and
the Arts, Schools of Education, For-
estry and Conservation, Music and
Public Health. Students enrolled in
the Summer Term, who received
miarks of I or X at the close of their
last term of attendance (viz., semes-
ter or summer session) will receive a
grade of E in the course unless this
work is made up by July 15. Stu-
dents wishing an extension of time
beyond this date should file a peti-
tion addressed to the appropriate of-
ficial in their school with Room 4
U.H. where it will be transmitted.
Robert L. Williams
Make-up Examinations in Ger-
man will be given to students entitled
to take them by their individual in-
structors. Such students should im-
m"ediately report to the Departnent-
al office, 204 University Hall.
Faculty of the College of Litera-
ture, Science and the Arts: The five-
week freshman reports will be due
Saturday, July 18, in the Academic
Counselors' Office, 108 Mason Hall.
Arthur Van Duren, Chairman,
Psycholory 31. A make-up final
examination will be given Monday,
July 13, from 7 to 9 in room 1121
N.S. B. D. Thuma
Students, Summer Session College
of Literature, Science and the Arts:
Except under extraordinary circum-
stances courses dropped after the
third week, Saturday. July 18, will be
recorded with a grade of E.
E. A. Walter, Assistant Dean
Math. 301, Seminar in Pure Mathe-
matics. Will meet Tuesday at 4 p.m.
in 3001 A.H. Mr. Dresden will speak
"On Theorems of DeRham."
Doctoral Examination for Robert
Goyer Walker: field: English Lan-
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Karl Kreuter, as Dr. Stefan Kurtz;
Karen Van Lissel, as Miss Kirby; Eve
Strong, as Anne Marie, and Frank
A. Picard, as Cassidy.
Prof. Valentine Windt of the
speech department, who organized
the Players in 1929, hands over the
directorship of "Thunder Rock" to
Charles H. Meredith of the summer
Play Production faculty, here for
his second season with the Reper-
tory actors. A central figure in Lit-
tle Theatre circles, Meredith . pro-
duced this Ardrey drama on a pre-
vious occasion and is well qualified
to guide the student thespians in the
University production. Meredith is
director of the Dockstreet Theatre,
Charleston, S. C., and has been di-
rector of the Dallas Little Theatre
and Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre
in New Orleans. He will return to
the latter as managing director this
Howard Bay, one of Broadway's
most noted scenic designers, and
creator of the sensational mobile sets
of "The Rivals," will also design the
setting for "Thunder Rock."
Tickets for "Thunder Rock," which
runs through Saturday, are on sale
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily at the
Mendelssohn box office.
Symposium For Speech
Students Is Tomorrow
materials from the various rooms in
the buildings to be delivered to the
E. C. Pardon
Square Dancing. Students attend-
ing the Square Dancing class that
meets at 5 pin, on Mondays in the
Michigan League, are requested to
bring their dance manuals with
them. Ethel McCormick
Tryouts for I.M.S. Pinafore-All
singers on campus are invited to try
out for this operetta to be presented
jointly by the School of Music and
the Michigan Repertory Players of
the Department of Speech.
Any selection may be presented
but please bring music. Accompanists
will be present.
Try-outs will be held on Wednes-
day evening, at 7:15, and Thurs-
day afternon from 4:00 to 5:30 in
Suite 2, Michigan League Building.
A Standard Firsi Aid Course is be-
ing held on Tuesdays and Thursday'
from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Michigan
League. 'The first meeting of this
class is July 9 at 7 p.m. Any one in-
terested is invited to register.
The University Bureau of Appoint-
mersts has received notice of the fol-
lowing Detroit Civil Service Exam-
inations. Closing date for filing ap-
plications is shown in each case.
Medical Attendant (Female), $1,-
320, July 13, 1942.
The Department of Speech Presents
MICHIGAN REPERTORY PLAYERS
by ROBERT ARDREY
(Wd mesday tbmru Satur day at 8:30 P.M..
Tickets: 88c - 66c - 44c (including Fed. Tax)
BOX OFFICE PHONE 6300
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
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A symposium for graduate students Building Attendant (Male), $1,518,
in the Department of Speech will be July 13, 1942.
held at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the East General Machinist (Male), $1.25
Conference Room of the Rackham per hr., July 14, 1942.
The symposium will deal with the Guard (House of Correction),
field of rhetoric, oratory and argu- (male), $1,914, July 14, 1942.
mentation, and is planned for the First Cook (Male), $2,300, July 17,
purpose of assisting graduate stu- 1942.
dents writing theses in this field. Second Cook (Male), $2,000, July
Kenneth G. Hance, assistant pro- 17, 1942.
fessor of speech, is in charge of the Motorman (Male), .79 to .84 per
program, hr., until further notice.
Sunday at the WolveriI
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