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A mass meeting will be held at A human being uses 44 muscles
4 p.m. Thursday in the League for in the act of speaking, says a medi-
those who wish to work on Sopho- cal Journal. And often not much
more Project. else.
says
"REFILL YOUR LIPSTICK
save metals,
save money
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Nurses' Aides

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At Red Cross
The nurse's aide course, listed in
the war bulletin catalogue, has been
reorganized in that the hours listed
in the catalogue have been made
flexible in order to accommodate
more people and the first meeting
of this course will be held at 4 p.m
Monday, Oct. 12, in the Red Cross
Headquarters at North Hall.
The volunteer nurse's aide course,
given by the' American Red Cross,
under the supervision of the Univer-
sity School of Nursing, has been or-
ganized on the University campus
and will be given this fall, starting
October 19, for two hours credit
The course is designed to answer the
call for 50,000 nurses' aides.
The Red Cross has been conscious
of the growing shortage of nurses,
which has been a particular prob-
lem in Ann Arbor, because of the
large state hospital here, from which
institution many nurses have been
called into the armed forces.
Aides Release Nurses
Volunteer nurses' aides have been
called in to assist the unspecialized
routine duties of the trained nurses
in our hospitals and thus release
nurses for the highly technical work
that their training alone can do.
The call is urgent and it is almost
an ultimatum because University
women must realize soon that some
kind of war work now has become
as essential to their daily programs
as are their academic studies.
There are certain basic require-
ments which volunteers must ful-
fill, prior to their acceptance. They
must be between the ages of 18 and
50. They must pass a thorough phys-
ical examination. They must agree
to accept no remuneration for their
services. They must promise to do-
n.te at least 150 hours of service a
year. They must wholeheartedly
agree to accept the discipline of a
service which, by necessity, must
maintain a high standard.
Divided In Two Units
The procedure of the training pro-
gram is as follows: 80 hours will be
divided into two units. Unit one
consists of 35 hours of classroom
work and demonstrations. Unit two
will consist of 45 hours of supervised'
practice work on the wards of desig-
nated hospitals. Classes are limited
to 30 students and the teacher is a
registered nurse.
The services of these graduate
nurses' aides will continue as long
as, they are needed, which probably
means until after the war is over.

Six Committees
Of Independents
Will Be Formed
Petitions Due In Undergraduate
Office Of League By Saturday,
Oct. 17, Betty Newman Reports
Petitioning for Assembly Banquet,
which will be held in November, is
Scheduled to begin tomorrow in the
League Undergraduate office, Betty
Newman, '43, president of Assembly
has announced.
Positions which are open to candi-
Pates are the general chairman, which
means responsibility for the banquet
As a whole, assistant chairman who
is responsible for eligibility of com-
mittee members, patrons chairman,
publicity chairman, ticket chairman
and program chairman.
Saturday Is Deadline
All petitions must be handed in
Saturday, October 17 at noon with
the application blanks filled out and
placed in the box marked Assembly
petitions, which will be found in the
Undergraduate Office. According to
Miss Newman, an interview is not re-
quired for those who want only to
work under a chairman, but they
should petition, and their names will
be placed on the committee of their
choice. Those who are trying for
chairmanships should state their
ideas for filling the position in their
applications.
Conducting Assembly petitioning
are Betty Newman, Assembly pres-
ident, Dorothy Schloss, '43, vice-pres-
ident, Mary Moore, '43, secretary,
Roberta Holland, '43, treasurer and
also president of the Ann Arbor Inde-
pendents, and Jean Conway, '43, pres-
ident of the League House Organiza-
tion.
Banquet Is Annual
Assembly Banquet is an annual af-
fair whose purpose is to explain the
functions of the campus organization
of independent women, Assembly. Its
program usually includes scholarship
awards to the two highest ranking
sophomores and juniors, tapping of
five girls by Senior Society, and activ-
ity recognition of outstanding houses
as well as individuals.
Second semester freshmen, sopho-
mores, juniors and seniors are eligible
for petitioning and committee ser-
vice. Assembly has especially invited
transfers to try out.
Newberry Will Hold

WAA SCHEDULE
Volleyball Tournament: at 4:301
p. m. tomorrow, Betsy Barbour vs.
Alpha Omicron Pi; at 5:10 p. m.
tomorrow Alpha Xi Delta vs. Ade-
Ila Cheever. At 4:30 p. m. Tuesday,
Betsy Barbour Team No. 2 vs., Jor-
dan No. 2; League House No. 2 vs.
Cooperatives' team. At 5:10 p. m.
Tuesday, Couzen's Hall vs. Delta
Delta Delta-; Delta Gamma vs.
Kappa Delta.
At 4:30 p. m. Wednesday, Jordan
No. 3 vs. Alumni House; at 5:10
p. m. Wednesday, Jordan No. 4 vs.
Chi Omega; Mosher vs. Helen
Newberry. At 4:30 p. m. Thursday,
Jordan No. 5 vs. Alpha Epsilon
Phi; Kappa Kappa Gamma vs.
Stockwell. At 5:10 p. m. Thursday,
Jordan No. 6 vs. League House No.
3; Phi Sigma Sigma vs. Alpha Phi.
All games are played at Palmer
Field.
W. A. A. Board Meeting: at 4:30
p. m. tomorrow, at the W. A. B.
Tennis Club: At 4:15 p. m.
Thursday, at the W. A. B.
Lacrosse Club: At 4:30 p. m.
Wednesday, at the W. A. B.
Hobby Lobby Club: At 4:30 p. m.
Thursday, at the W. A. B.
Field Hockey: At 4:15 p. m.
Tuesday at the W. A. B.
Dance Club: At 7:30 p. m.
Thursday in the dance studio of
Barbour Gym.
Archery Club: At 4:15 p. m.
Wednesday, at the W. A. B.

Art On The Hoof
NEW YORK, Oct. 10.- (A)- Millie
Hull, the Bowery's tattoo queen, is
pretty glum about business, what with
the war taking all the soldiers and
sailors away.
"What do you 'spose we get now?"
she asked with scorn. "Women who
want lines like stock seams tattooed
on the back of their legs.
"I ask you, what kinda art is that?"

Some fellows buy their wives pret-
ty things in the' hope it will leave
them speechless.
Cooking utensils are playing their
part in the scrap metal drive. Pot
luck for Uncle Sam.
The nickel which went into the 1941
output of , nickel-plated tableware
would have supplied all the nickel
needed in production of 43 tanks.

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Hard Luck Department
The recently elected officers for
Alpha Tau Omega are: Richard
Wellman, '44, president; Karl Bren-
kert, 144E, vice-president; Robert
Allen, '44, treasurer, and Keith Mul-
ler, secretary.
The election was held Thursday,
October 1, and the installation cere-
mony took place Monday, October 5.

Novel Annual

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The residents of Helen Newberry
will hark back to nursery rhyme days
at their annual Mother Goose Initia-
tion Dinner to be held at 6 p. m.
Tuesday for welcoming the newcom-
ers to the house.
The important occasion will be
even more prominent by the presence
of Dean Lloyd, Dean Bacher, and
Dean Perry who will, for the evening,
abandon their academic duties to
assume the roles of judges during the
presentation of skits between courses
of the dinner.
Each newcomer is to enact a char-
acter from Mother Goose, and the
cleverest and most original perform-
ance, deemed by the judges, will re-
ceive a prize.
Chairman Jean Mills, '44 and her
assistants, Dorothy Schloss, '43; Obe-
line Elser, '45; and Charlotte Muel-
ler, '45 have planned the- party to be
extra gala because it alone will rep-
resent the three banquets which the
house usually holds each year.
This plan to eliminate two of the
three events was announced by Betty
Jane Awrey, '43, newly-elected treas-
urer of the house, for the purpose of
cutting down on expenses during the
war effort.

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campus, in town. Get your follow-the-
leader outfits in matching and mixed

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U.S. War Bonds
and
Savings Stumps

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your sweaters.
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SLACKS light blue, red, brown,

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COTTON .. . 50c
WOOL . . . $1.00
ANGORA . . $1.25
PLAIDS . . . $1.50

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