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THURJSDAY, W~. 3, 1942
Scroll, Senior Honor
Society Taps Five
Outstanding Wornen
Clad in their traditional caps and
gowns, members of Scroll, senior hon-
orary society for affiliated women,
marched into various houses last
night to tap five senior women.
Those elected to the society are:
Fran Triestram, Gamma Phi Beta;
Nancy Gray, Alpha Gamma. Delta;
Gloria Donen, Alpha Epsilon Phi;
Frances Capps and Lorraine Dalzen,
both of Pi Beta Phi..
Initiation for, the new members
will be held at 7 a.mn. today 'in the
chapel of the League .after Which a
breakfast will be given in' h6nor of
the new initiates in the Rtussian Tea
Room.
Former Daily Staff
Member Is Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. H. Beach Carpenter,
of Scarsdale, N.Y., have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Diana Louise, '42, to Frederick Merrill
Adams, '43M, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Merrill Cooper Adams, of Birming-
ham.
Miss Carpenter was Women's Ad-.
vertising Manager of The Daily her
senior year. She is a member of Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma sorority and was
also J-Hop Patrrons chairman and
active in Sociedad Hispanica and
League committees.A
Mr. Adams is 'a graduate of Albion
College where he was a member of
Delta Tau Delta.
The wedding wilt take place Feb. 6
in Scarsdale, N.Y.

T~lE MICHfI GAD~L

Freshmen Invited By Seriior
To Aid Surg ical Dressing Unit

/ reenWtC S
Michigan's own "Sonja Henie", Nancy Upson, will head the newest
WAA organization, the Figure Skating Club, which will meet for the first
time at 4 p.m. today in the fencing room of Barbour gym. There will be no
ice-cutting at this time, but instead genieral plans will be formulated.
Only prerequisite required to join the club is ownership or "borrowship"
of a pair of figure skates. In'fact, you don't even have to be able to stand
on them, according to Nan, because the facts of figure eights will be learned
from the primary stages.
Excuse the boasting, but 'we are proud to say that the Figure Skating
Club will belong to the National Amteut Fg'ure Skating Association-
sounds good, doesn't it? The club will function, also, as a branch of the,
Ann Arbor figure skating group, and' plans have been made for an ice
carnival this spring at the Coliseum.
Here are the lucky winners of that free play at University Golf Course
this spring! These girls make up a temporary University women's golf team
and will have to compete with new contestants for the final permanent
team, which is chosen the latter pait of spting.
The fortunate coeds are .as follows: Barbara Bathke. Adele Nieman,
Eleanor Chapman, Shirley Marcellus, Barbara Wallace. Jane Richardson,
Shirley Saunders and Elizabeth Newell. Orchids to them! The rest of you,
golfers need not be discouraged. hOwever, because you too have the oppor-
tunity to make the headlines. Get out early in spring, play 18 holes at the
University course, and hand in your scores to Barb Bathke, or Mrs. Violet
K. Hanley,
t* *
When the WAA Board formulated their nians for the Voluntary Physi-
cal Fitness program they emphasized the needs for a general leadership pro-
gram, and that idea has not been forgotten. Shelby Dietrich, general
chairman of the program, has made definite plans for such training at
the meeting of leaders at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Barbour Gym. The princi-
ples and applications of leadership will be discussed and individual problems
also.
On the books for the meeting will be the presentation of a new set of
exercises. Exact details of participation in the houses will be explained too.
Don't forget to wear shorts or slacks ahd bring along your tennis shoes.
* * * *
Deserving a special cup for energy is the Outdoor Sports Club; they
have something planned again this week-end. Boys and girls, there will be
no turning back on the 12-mile overnight hike from Hill Auditorium to Sa-
line Valley Hostel Saturday- If you can take it, and why not?-after PEM
and the Voluntary exercises--meet the group promptly at 1 p.m. at the
Auditorium!
It's no military secret, so dress warmly and prepare for snow or mud,
says Dotty Lundstrom, head of the club. Also, bring an extra blanket and
sheet and there will be a small charge for'food and the privilege of the hostel.

Air Corps Officer
Engaged To Texan
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Pickering of Vic-
toria, Tex., have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Cath-
erine Elizabeth, to Lieut. Williamf
Hubbard Newton, '42, 'of Greenville,
Tex. Lieut. Newton is the son of Mrs.
Frances Way Newton of Ann Arbor.
Miss Pickering is a graduate of the
University of Texas and is affiliated
with Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.
Lieut. Newton was a student here
in the University and left for service
in the Army Air Corps before gradu-
ation. While attending the University,
he was a member of The Daily staff,
Scabbard and Blade, Druids, and
Sphinx.
The wedding will take place Dec. 9.

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Workers on the surgical dressings project pictured above are, read-
ing left to right: Marjorie Green, '43, Virginia Crall, '43, Sally Walsh,

'43, Mrs. B. M. Patten, Olive Beebe,
* *
Freshman women have a special
invitation from the seniors to work
on the Senior Project's surgical dres-
sing unit from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. today
in the game room of the League.

HOLIDAY SHEEN
Highlight Your Christmas
With A "Staebler" Trim
BEAUTY SHOPS
"Above the Parrot"
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Phone 3414, 1133 EAST HURON

'43, and Peggy Anderson, '44.
* *
Sally Walsh, '43, is in charge of the.
day's production. Other instructors
will be Mary Leigh Hughes, '44, Mar-
tha Preston, '43, June Skinner, and
Martha Kinsey, '44, and Barbara Mc-
Laughlin, '43.
The unit opens at the same hours
tomorrow for any women who are in-
terested in working, and Virginia Sto-'
ver, '43, will be in charge. Jan Robb,
'44, Mary Ellen Alt. '43, Vivienne No-
vak, '43, Mary Keppel, '44, Britta
Bonazzi, '43, Jan Lewin, '43, and Judy
Morrill, '43, will be the other instruc-
tors.

Hillel Will Sponsor
'P.M.' Social Today
Hillel will hold the first of thi
seasons "P.M." socials from 3 p.m
to 5 p.m. today at the new Hille
headciuarters on Hill Street, an
nounced Grace Freedberg, '45, an
Harry Miller, '45, social chairmen fo
the organization.
Records for dancing, bridge and
ping-pong will be on hand for en-
tertainment; refreshments will b
served. Hosts and hostesses for the
afternoon include members of Ph,
Lambda Phi, and representative
from two league houses, 1027 E. Uni
versity and 915 Oakland.

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i- By ALICE FRETZ
"In this blood donors' recheck bus-
iness the only real obstruction now to
passing the test is poor health hab-
its," Dr. Margaret Bell said yesterday
in answer to questions about the
ability of University coeds to give
their blood for battle emergencies.
"I know we have quite a number of
girls okayed," she' continued. "Out
of 60 or 70 who have come so far this,
5 week to make sure they are qualified
to give away a pint of blood on Dec.
9 or 19, only a handful have been re-
jected, and it is usually poor health
habits which knock these down.
There are no substitutes for adequate
sleep, a balanced diet or effective ex-
ercise."
" Want Periodic Donations
b Dr. Bell especially stressed good
health because "what we're looking
;forward to is girls who can give blood
periodically. We don't want 'one-shot
donors,'" she, said emphatically.
However, she added that if a pros-
pective donor's tests showed blood to
be a little below normal, a further
examination to rule out any possi-
bilities of excessive bleeding and to
clean up foci of infections such as
teeth or throat would be given. Ad-
justment of habits to the individual
and supplementary medication would
also be added to bring the individual
up to par.
Results Gratifying
Gratifying results have come from
such efforts in last year's campaign,
according to Dr. Bell, many of the
girls having returned this year in
"fine shape" to donate blood. '
Dr. Bell asked that, "If you ar e go-
ing to be a donor, you'd better get
over to the Health Service early. We
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can't do any last minute work since
the Seryice is already busy with too
many patients."
In order to give blood it is neces-
sary to get parental permission as
well as a physical recheck at the
Health Service. Though the schedule
has been carried on all week, women
may still come between 10 a.m. and
noon today for the recheck, and Dr.
Bell urges those who cannot come at
this time to arrange_ with *a Health
Service physician for one at another
hour or date.

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