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April 05, 1941 - Image 5

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Bill Sawyer's Band To Play

At Bunny Hop

Tod y In Union

Annual Party
Patrons List


'Revenooers' Are

Preparing For Ball

Kappa Alpha Theta's Wabbit
Sorority Will Be Special Guests
As Easter Theme Dominates
Easter is still a week off, but the
bunny is going to get limbered up at
"Bunny Hop," which will be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight today in the
Rainbow Room of the Union.
This is the annual party which the
Union gives to the campus, and they
haven't missed a bet as far as Easter
ideas go. Eggs, rabbits, Easter colors
and the honorary Wabbit Sowowity
of Kappa Alpha Theta will have
their spring work-out at the Hop.
Patrons Named
Patrons for the dance will be Mr.
and Mrs. William Pendorf. Table
reservations may be made at the
door, or in advance by calling 2-4431.1
Regular Union admission rates will
be charged.
Each woman will be able to take
advantage of the personalized egg
service. The eggs will come in con-
venient boxes for the larger ones;
these can have names inscribed on
them at the booth in the bay view of
the ballroom.
Prizes To Be Given
Special cards will be signed at the
door, with two stubs each; one for
ire personalized egg, and the other
for chances on the door prizes. There
will also be smaller eggs given at the
door, and little Easter rabbits.
Chairman for the dance is Dick
Scherling, '42, who is social co-chair-
man of the Union. Assisting him is
Andrew Caughey, '43.

- Daily Photo by Robert Bogle
The hill folk are a'readying up for the Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Revenooer's Rustle to be held tonight. Marge Kaufmann, '44, looks
on somewhat disapprovingly as Art Leckner, '42, fortifies himself for
the trip to town.
Sixteen Campus Groups I
Weekend By Giving Varice

Bridge Contest Qovernment Offers Opportunity Two square Dances
Will Be FIeld Today
Will Be Today For Careers In Field Of Nursing By Campus Groups
Faculty Meets Student Player Our male contingent hasn't a mo wish to be injected against it, in the Informality will be the password at
At 2 P.M. In Terrace Room nopoly in working for Uncle Sam. Panama Canal Zone are operated the two square dances to be held to-
More nurses are employed by the the Gorgas, Correzal (psychiatric), night.
Renewing the series of contests be- Federal Government than by any and Colon hospitals-all under Fed- To keynote the party being given
tween ace faculty bridge players, and other private or public organization eral administration. by the square dancers club from 9
the pick of the student players, will in the country. Examinations Given-p.m. to 11 p.m. tonight at the Wo-
For the registered nurse who pos- Several grades and types of exam- men's Athletic Building, will be the
be the tournament, held at p.m. to- sesses the necessary qualifications inations for nurses are given by the traditional shirt sleeves and saddle
day in the Terrace Room of the Un- of capability and training, Govern- U.S. Civil Service Commission. Se- shoes. Both experienced and novices
ion. ment work offers attractive oppor- lections for appointments are made will dance as several callers shout the
For years this rivalry between stu- tunities for a career in her chosen by the various Federal agencies from next step. Price of admission for the
field. among those receiving the highest affair will be ten cents per person,
dents and professors has resulted in Federal Agency Conducts Work grades in these examinations. "stag or drag."
a series of close matches, according Throughout the United States and With the exception of the Army The Public Health Club is also
to Dick Scherling, '42, social co-chair- its territories, hospital and out-pa- 1 and Navy Nurse Corps, which selects sponsoring a square dance at 9 p.m.
man of the Union, who is in charge tient work is conducted by Federal its nurses as commissioned personnel today in the Rackham Building for
of the tournament. agencies for the beneficiaries and with the rank of second lieutenant, its members and their guests. Re-
The professors who will play today wards of the Government. Nurses there are few nurses' positions in the freshments will be served to the guests
include Prof. J. J. Brier, Prof. F. B. participating in this type of occupa- Government not filled through civil- ( who have been urged to dress in
Ensminger, Prof. Frank Vernor, Prof. tion are stationed in hospitals and service examinations, comfortable old clothes.
Ben Dushnick, Prof. Edmond Mil- other medical centers in this coun- The positions filled through these
lend, Prof. Louis Karpinski, Prof. Vin- try, in the tropical climates of the e a nsbjetet thoCgi es M
cent Poor, Prof. Samuel Eilenberg, Panama Canal Zone, Puerto Rico, exams and subject to the Civil Serv-arriag Announced
Prof. James Clark, Prof. John Wor- the Virgin Islands, and in Alaska at ice, Dring the i as Dr
ley, Prof. J. W. Edward, Prof. John the other extreme of climate.e e uring the past five years,
Elders, Prof. Homer Fust. Prof. Sum- Federal nurses, in most instances, an average of almost 600 nurses each Highland Park announce the mar-
year have been appointed to the riage of their daughter Jean Joy,
ner B. Myers, Prof. Conway Magee are assigned to the general type of ,classified service in agencies named '41, to Keith John Fennimore, Grad.,
and T. Hawley Tapping. hospital work, but a number of the in this article and in other depart- son of Mr. and Mrs Paul Fennimore
positions involve unusual duties or ments in the service, of Parma, on March 29.
working conditions._________ _______ __
T..71-WC'TT I Nurses Meet. Qualifications
mliven TUV he s ssevc~~ s
..,/ usy Th Civil Service Commission rec-
ommends that for work in the terri-
tories, especially, nurses should pos-
tyt sss "traits of judgment, dependabil-
ity, initiative and training in the
---- ---------- -- diseases peculiar to the 'locality and
members have planned a radio dance peoples of the section."
to be chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs. Often the natives of these see-';,
R. L. Garner and Prof. and Mrs. tions do not speak English, the Com- .
E. J. Ash, with Phi Beta Pi adding mission also points out, and this
fact calls for special tact and under- . .
another to the list of radio dances, stain fo thea at nd une
which will be chaperoned by Mi'. well as ability to anticipate the needs
nd Mrs. Fred Basom and Mr. and and problems of these people.
Mrs. L. E. Mull. ;}.;; ;"
Groups Employ Nurses
A Hill Billy party will be the theme Federal agencies employing nurses La Conga ,
of the evening at the Sigma Alpha include the Veterans' Administra-
Epsilon house from 5:30 p.m. to mid- tion, prison hospitals, U.S. Public
night, Max Crosman's orchestra will Health Services in scientific research ::.
provide the music and the party will and active duty as well as service n
be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Sid- Indian reservations on which 90 hos-
ney Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Donald pitals are located.
Gooch, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Weddige, For the nurse who has been strick-
and Mr. Walter Gibson. Sigma Chi en with the travel bug and doesn't

April may bring showers and conse-
quently the well-known "May flow-
ers," but it also brings around a large
number of radio dances, parties and
dinners if this week-end is a sample.
An informal radio dance will be'
the order of the evening at the Alpha

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Chi Omega house from 9 p.m. to mid-
night. Mr. and Mrs. Nesbit Haas, Dr.
and Mrs. James Lyons, and Mrs. Jane
Goodale will act as chaperons for
this affair. Alpha Chi Sigma will fol-
low suit with a radio dance which
Prof. Edwin M. Baker and Prof. A.
L. Ferguson will chaperon.
Members of Alpha Delta Phi will
entertain guests at a dance to be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight, with music
to be furnished by Herm Solomenson
and his orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
Teetzel, of Grosse Pointe Park, and
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Coxon will chap-
erpn. Residents of Betsy Barbour have
planned a tea dance to be held from
3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. today, which
will be chaperoned by Mrs. Mary
Mitchell and Miss Kathryn Cox.
There will be a formal dance at the
Chi Omega hpuse from 9 p.m. to
midnight with Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
Steinhilber, Mr. and Mrs. Fred House
and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kunzinger
acting as chaperons. Jack Rue and
his orchestra will play for dancing.
Chi Psi members will have as guests
for dinner today, the National Exe-
cutive Board of the fraternity. The
board will meet for several days at
the chapter house. Another tea dance
will be in progress at the Congress
Cooperative House from 4 p.m. to
8 p.m. today. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rain-
ville and Prof. Harold McFarlan will
chaperon the party.
A supper dance will be held at
Jordan Hall, the freshmen women's
dormitory, from 7:30 p.m. to mid-
night, with Woody Mack's orchestra
furnishing the music. Miss Esther
' Colton and Miss Hope Hartwig will
act as chaperons. Lambda Chi Alpha
Sororities Announce
Activities Elections


has planned a radio dance to be
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Owens and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jen-
nings, both of Detroit.
Earl Stevens' orchestra will play
for the Sigma Phi Epsilon dance
to be held from 9 p.m. to midnight.
Mrs. Hazel Burhans and Mr. and Mrs.
John L. Wessinger will chaperon the
party. A party at the Rackham
Building has been planned by Tau
Epsilon Rho, to be chaperoned by Mr.

and Mrs. L. W. Gordon and Dr. and
Mrs. M. L. Teitelbaum.
Trigon Club will hold a radio dance
and party from 9 p.m. to midnight,
which will be chaperoned by Mr. and
Mrs. Walter J. Lehner and Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Neale, and Zeta Tau Al-
pha follows suit with a radio dance
to be chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs.
V. C. Johnson and Mrs. Dorothy Pip-



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Alpha Omicron Pi announces the
election of the following officers:
Elizabeth Cowart, '42, president; {
Jeanne Prentice, '42, vice-president;
Ethel Mathis, '43P, recording secre-
tary; Irene Ferguson, '42, correspond-
ing secretary; and Dorothy Judson,
I '44M, treasurer.
Alpha Phi will have a patroness
dinner Wednesday.
Alpha Phi and Pi Ikta Phi held
an exchange dinner this week in ac-
cordance with this new phase of the
Panhellenic social program.
Kappa Delta announces the pledg-
ing of Diana Beebe, '44, of Pontiac,
and Natalie Banks, '44, of Detroit.

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