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Bob Strong To Provide Music
At Revival of Anvil Swing'

Music with a "strong" appeal will
be heard at the "Anvil Swing" from
9 p. m. to midnight EWT Friday in
the League ballroom, instead of the
Union ballroom as originally an-
Bob Strong and his orchestra will
play at the first wartime revival of
the Vulcan-Triangle-sponsored
dance. A traditional, informal af-
fair, it is open to all students.
Tickets may be purchased at the
League and Union and from members
of the sponsoring organizations. Vul-
cans; is the senior engineering soci-
ety, and Triangles is for juniors.
Patrons for the dance include
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven, Dean Joseph A. Bursley,
Dean and Mrs. Ivan C. Crawford,
Ass't. Dean and Mrs. Walter J. En-
mons, Ass't. Dean Charles T. Olm-
stead, Ass't. Dean and Mrs. Walter
B. Rea, Prof and Mrs. James H. Cis-
sel, Lt.-Comm. and Mrs. T. F. Grefe,
POW Labor Adds
Money to Treasury
FORT SHERIDAL, Ill., Aug. 11-
0P)-German prisoners of war work-
ing in Wisconsin, Illinois and Michi-
gan performed jobs valued at about
$3,620,000 during the first seven
months of this year, Fort Sheridan
officials said today.
Of the total, approximately $2,-
0R5,000 represented sums paid into
the United States Treasury by civil-
ians using prisoner of war labor
where civilian labor was not avail-

Prof. and Mrs. Harry H. Higbie, Ma-
jor and Mrs. E. F. Gallagher, Prof.
and Mrs. Hugh E. Keeler, Prof. and
Mrs. Arthur M. Keuthe, Prof. and
Mrs. Alfred H. Lovell, Prof. and Mrs.
Axel Makin and Captain W. V. Mi-
Others are Col. and Mrs. R. C.
Miller, Prof. and Mrs, Arthur D.
Moore, Prof. and Mrs. Richard
Schneidewind, Prof. andsMrs. Mel-
ville B. Stout, Prof. and Mrs. Clair
Upthegrove, Prof. and Mrs. Albert
E. White, Prof. and Mrs. Alfred H.
White and Comm. and Mrs. A. L.
Prof. and Mrs. John S. Worley,
Assoc. Prof. and Mrs. Clarence F.
Kessler, Ass't. Prof. and Mrs. Lee O.
Case, Ass't. Prof. and Mrs. M. B.
Eichelberger, Ass't. Prof. and Mrs. D.
W. ShetzerandMr.and Mrs. F. C.
Matthaei complete the list.
Navy Reports Loss
Of Sub, Destroyer
Washington, Aug. 11 -(AP) -The
Navy announced today loss of the
submarine Bone Fish and the Des-
troyer Callaghan.
It said there were 85 officers and
men on the submarine and that cas-
ualties on the Callaghan were three
killed, 49 missing and 73 wounded.
A communique said the Bonefish
"was overdue from patrol and pre-
sumed lost."
It said the Callaghan was lost in
the Okinawa area as the result of en-
emy action, but gave no details.

~Panorama' To
Make Debut;
Hansen Editor
A sense of humor and a knowledge
of the "hunt and peck" system are
the sole requirements for a job on
the new Union publication, "Pano-
rapma," to appear on campus for the
first tirq Wednesday, according to
Charles Hansen, "Panorama" editor.
Containing campus humor, news
and biography, the paper will be dis-
tributed free to all students.
Hansen has requested that anyoneI
interested in writing contact him at
the Union Student offices between
4 and 5 p. m. EWT any day excepts
Wednesday. He would also like to
see persons who can draw cartoons.



The lectures to be presented at
3:05 p. m. EWT in the University
High School auditorium are: "Vo-
cational Education -- What It In-
cludes" by Prof. Thomas Diamond of
the education school, Monday;
"Health Education Developments in
Michigan and Other States" by Dr.
Mabel Rugen of tne physical edu-
cation department, Tuesday; "Re-
cent Developments in Music Educa-
tion" by Prof. David Mattern of the
music school, Wednesday: "Knowl-
edge and Skill in the Field of Eng-
fish That May Be Expected of the,
Student Entering College" by Prof.

Clarence D. Thorpe of ,the English
department, Thursday.
* * *
The weekly Women in Education
luncheon will be held from 11:45 to
1 p. m. EWT Wednesday in the Rus-
sian Tea Room of the League.
Campus To Hear
Carillon Recital
Russian folk and Red Army songs
and selections by Tsc'aikovsky and
Prokofiev will be featured in a car-
illon concert by Prof. Percival Pricer
at 3:15 p. m. EWT today.


MISS THELMA LEWIS, Sp (R) Ic . . . to interview those interested1
joining the WAVES.
Miss Lewis Will See Women
Interested in Joining WAVES


Pedigreed Lady in

Miss Thelma Lewis, Sp(R) 1c, will
be at the League from 11 a, m. to
6 p. m. EWT, Tuesday and Wednes-
day to interview women interested
in joining the WAVES.
Half of this year's quota of 20,000
WAVES will be assigned to the hos-
pital corps after completing basic
training at Hunter College, New York
City, with the other 50 per cent se-
lected to do such jobs as yoemen,
clerks, telegraphert., radio operators,
and numerous other vital jobs.
This is the opportunity to acquire
knowledge which will prove inval-
Meeting A uiouiced
For USO Hostesses,
Women who wish to become USO
junior hostesses must attend an ori-
entation meeting at 7:30 p. m. EWT
tomorrow in the USO club at State
and Huron.
All single women between the ages
of 18 and 30 who will be on campus
for some time are eligible. They are
expected to contribute one hour a
week in addition to the social hours.
If possible, two letters of, recom-
mendation, - one from a minister,
should be brought to the meeting.

uable in the era of approaching peace,
Miss Lewis said.
Any woman between the ages of
20 and 36, with at least two years
of high school and no children under
18 years, is eligible for the service.
Coeds are urged to investigate op-
portupities offered by the WAVES.
Settlement Reached
In Lumber Strike
DETROIT, Aug. 11-G'P)-Metropol-
itan Detroit's most stubborn labor
dispute of the year ended today in
an agreement which will reopen 200
lumber yards Monday.
After a nine-week strike, operat-
ors of 12 yards came to an under-
standing with the Carpenters Dis-
trict Council ,(AFL). The strike was
accompanied by the closing of some
190 other yards in Wayne, Macomb
and Oaklan'd counties.
Shipments of war materials had
been hindered in the impasse.
Ed Thal, secretary of the AFL
Building Trades Council, said the
operators of" the 12 struck yards had
agreed to Union demands for a closed
shop, vacations with pay, unionization
of foremen and wage increases.

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