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SUNDAY, NOV. 22,' 1942

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Freshman, Transfer Orientation Adviser Petitions To Be Due Saturday

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JGP To Join
National Drive
Project to Begin In Conjunction
With 'Women At War Week'
(Continued from Page 1)
on Tuesday; back again at the Library
from 10 a.m. until noon Wedpesday;
and in University Hall from 10 a.m.
until 3 p'.m. Friday.
For the rest of the year, booths sta-
tioned in the same places, will be
open Monday through Friday of each
week. Because of the Thanksgiving
holiday, they will be closed Wednes-
day afternoon and all day Thursday
of this week.
Under the organization of the jun-
ior women, every University woman
and every Ann Arbor woman will be.
Ac ording to Monna Heath, '44,
chairman of the booth committee
of Junior 'Project, more girls are
needed to work in the booths.
There will be a meeting at 5 pm.
Tuesday in the League for all wo-
men who are interested in partici-
pating.
contacted for the purpose of selling
more bonds and stamps during the
campaign week. The drive, though
just under the organization of. women,
is not limited to women contributors,
but is instigated for men as well.
The national campaign has been
organized from coast to coast by the
women's section of the War Savings
staff. In addition to increasing the
sales, the organizers of the drive are
attempting to demonstrate the morale
and war effectiveness of the American
woman.
WAA SCHEDULE
Basketball Tournament: 5:10
p.m. tomorrow at Barbour gym,
Alumnae vs. Phi Sigma Sigma
Chi Omega vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi.
4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Barbour gym,
Betsy Barbour No. 2 vs. Madison
House; Beta Kappa Rho vs. Alpha
Chi Omega. 5:10 p.m. Tuesday,
Barbour gym, Alpha Gamma Delta'
vs. Helen Newberry; Stockwell No.
I vs. Alpha Xi Delta.
WAA Board: No meeting this,
week.
Archery Club: 4:30 p.m. Thurs-
day WAB.
Dance Club: 4:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Barbour Dance Studio.
Crop and Saddle: 5 p.m. Wed-
nesday, Barbour gym.
University Women's Riding
Club: 1 p.m. Saturday, Barbour
gym.
Swimming Club: No meeting
this week.
Fencing:y7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Barbour gym.

WAVE,

WAACI

Officers To Be
Banquet Feature
Assembly Will Present First
Representatives Of Women's
Forces At Dinner Tomorrow
Pointing the way for all indepen-
dent women's activities this year with
a program featuring the first WAAC
and WAVE officers to speak before
a campus group, Assembly will holu
its annual banquet from 6 p.m. to
8 p.m. tomorrow in the League ball-
room.
Lieut. Eleanor Morrison of the
WAAC's and Ensign Helen Stewart
of the WAVES, both stationed at the
Army and Navy recruiting offices at
Detroit have consented to give short

Interviewing
For Positions
To Start Later
Sophomores, Juniors Eligible

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MILDRED OTTO
after dinner speeches on the require-
ments for joining their respective or-
ganizations.. as' well as the place col-
lege women.hav'e in these newly or-
gairvned units:
Besides these two major attrac-
tions, the University Women's Glee
Club will sing "Victory," "My Buddy"
and variations on the theme "Where
Oh Where.Has My Little Dog Gone."
Registrar Ira Smith will present
scholastic awards to the sophomore
and junior who have rated highest,
and Betty Newman, '43, president of
Assembly, has been asked .to .present
four sophomores and four juniors
with Assembly activity awards.
Activity Awards Given
The house with the highest per-
centage of girls in activities will be
announced by Charlotte Thompson,
'43, president of the League, and Se-

Appointments Announcement
Will Be Made Next Senester
Petitioning for freshman and
transfer orientation adviser appoint-
ments begins Monday and continues
until noon Saturday in the under-
graduate office of the League.
Two weeks will be alloted to in-
terviewing following the week of pe-
titioning. According to Lorraine Jud-
son, '43, chairman of Judiciary Com-
mittee, petitioning is being held now,
in order to afford time for individual
attention to each woman during in-
terviewing, although the announce-
ment of appointments will be re-
served until next semester.
Central Committee To Be Chosen
Present sophomore and junior wo-
men are eligible to apply for the posi-
tions, providing that their marks
meet the standards for participation
in activities. A ceiltral committee will
also be chosen from the applicants,
headed by a transfer and a freshman
general orientation chairman:
Duties of the orientation advisers
will be, outlined in detail following
the appointments. They consist of
acquainting new students with the
physical aspects of the campus, act-
ing as personal advisers to them,
and helping them through the maze
of registration and testing during
orientation week.
Advisers Return Early
All orientation advisers will return
to school a week early next Septem-
ber, meeting for a group dinner be-
fore their activities begin. This year
Virginia Capron, '43, was general
chairman of freshman orientation
and Gloria Donen, '43, was in charge
of transfers.
nior Society will tap five new mem-
bers.
According to Obeline Elser, '45,
publicity chairman, the following will
be patrons of the banquet: Dean
Alice Lloyd, Miss Jeanette Perry and
Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Dr. Margaret Bell,
Miss Ethel McCormick, Mrs. Leona
Diekema, Mrs. Frederick Klein, Mrs.
Martha L. Ray, Miss Esther Colton,
Mrs. Hazel Overton, Mrs. Walter C.
Newell, Mrs. W. F. Glass, Mrs. E. D.
Preston, Mrs. Edward G. Heckel.
Patrons Named
Miss Newman, Miss Thompson,
Virginia Morse, '43, president of Pan-
hellenic; Dorothy Schloss, '43, vice-
president; Roberta Holland, '43,
treasurer of Assenbly; Mary Moore,
'43, secretary of Assembly and Jean
Conway, '43, president of all league
houses.
At the conclusion of the program
anyone who wishes to ask questions
of Lieutenant Morrison and Ensign
Stewart will be free to do so, as a
discussion period has been allotted
for this purpose.
H illel Bandage Units
To Meet Bi-Weekly
Due to the large turnout for surgi-
cal bandage rolling last Tuesday at
Hillel Foundation, units will be spon-
scred from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on. bot'
Tuesday and Wednesday beginning
this week.
All students and townspeople are
invited to attend, provided all plan to
stay at least one hour. They must
follow a regular attendance, as a cer-
tain quota has been set and must be
completed each week.

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uesday's Coke Bar
Couples only will be seen at the
oke Bar which will be held from 4
i.m to 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Union
allroom, and each person present
ill purchase a defense stamp as part
f his admission.
Bob Shott, '41, Union social chair-
ian, reports that there are an inceas-

To Attend

Petitioning to fill two vaca
the Women's Athletic Asp
Board, will begin Mondaya
tinue through Friday, acco
Nancy Filstrup, '43, preside
Positions to be filled are
the Hockey Club and the,
riding club to Crop and Sad
tions may be secured eithe

Two

WAA

Positions To Be Filled
ancies on League or the WAB, and are to be
sociation returned to the same places.
and con- No experienced is required for the
arding to positions; that is, those interested
nt. need not have been members of the
heads of WAA clubs. Interviewing will be held
auxiliary by the senior Board members on Mon-
dle. Peti- day, Nov. 30, at the WAB.
r at the
The Monday Evening Drama Sec-
n the ad- tion of the Faculty Women's Club
mbers of will meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in
11 provide the auditorium of the University Ele-
ancing. mentary School.

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