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Th~MICIGNAILY *&2,

Interfraternity
Cries Of 'Send Me A Real Nurse'
Silenced As Coeds Prove Efficient

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By BETTY HARVEY
They say you can get used to any-
thing-a truism born out by the fact
that no patient in either of the two
Ann Arbor hospitals is ever surprised
nowadays when he finds himself be-
ing attended by a saddle-shoed, be-
ribboned coed.
Such queries as, "You're not a Girl!
Scout, are' you? Heard they have
some working around here!" and "Do
nurses have new uniforms now?" or
"Send me a REAL nurse~!" have sub-
sided almost completely as coeds have#
proved their efficiency, and have,
taken a vital step toward becoming
an integral part of hospital routine..
Excerpts From Reports
Miss Katheryn Walsh, head of the
volunteer unit at the University Hos-
pital, disclosed the following excerpts
from this week's reports of the coed
RIOBOES
Chenille ..$3.95, $4.95 $5.95
Cotton Quilted $.. ......4.95
Silk Quilted ..$7.95 to $15.00
HOSER
Lisle Mesh Special ...at $1.15t

helpers. These reports, she declared,
are representative of all of the past
month's records: "The University vol-
unteers are doing beautifully
much better than most new ward
workers."
"We don't know how we managed
without them . . . they are improving
all the time. They have been espe-
cially valuable this week because of
the increased shortage of nurses."
"They have the initiative to actually
find jobs for themselves and yet
they're adaptable and will do exactly
as they're told." "They only have to
be told a thing once-learn so fast."
"Many girls have shown outstanding
ability and efficiency."
Patients Appreciate Attention
Miss Walsh further emphasized the
success of the Sophomore Service
which has organized coeds for vol-
unteer work at the University Hos-
pital:
"Two hundred and fourteen girls
have given a total of 2,483 hours to
hospital work so far. So you see what
a concrete help this project has been.
I can say, too, that I've had few of
the headaches I had planned on.
"Patients have told me over and
over again," she continued, "how
much they appreciate the University
women's attentions. The girls are so
attractive, on the whole,, and so anx-
ious to please, that patients look for-
ward to their visits. They can give
the patient the little attentions that
nurses are too busy to care for.
Miss Wanzeck, head of the volun-
teer group at St. Joseph's Hospital,
was equally enthusiastic in her praise
of the student workers. "The Univer-
sity women are so willing and anx-
ious to help whenever and wherever
needed. Their enthusiasm and con-
scientiousness are a pleasure to see.
I can't tell you how much we need
and are grateful for their services."

Henderson's
Band To Play
For Formal
Record Crowd Is Promised
For Annual Night Of Festivity;
Fauver To Have Detroit Guest
It will be a night of festivity as
"Greeks" and their dates take over
the Union ballroom for the 10th an-
nual Interfraternity Ball, which will
be held from 9 p.m. until midnight
today, to the "sweet and hot" music
of Fletcher Henderson and his or-
chestra.
A record crowd is promised for this
formal, the first of the year to fea-
ture a large "name" band, for all
tickets have been sold in the thirty-
seven houses where they were dis-
tributed, Bernard Brown, '44E, pub-
licity chairman, announced.
"Dates" Listed
John Fauver, president of IFC, and
Paul Wingate, secretary-treasurer of
the organization, as co-chairmen of
the Ball, will have as their guests
Margery Miller of Detroit and Bea-
tryce Nickoll, '43, respectively.
Jack Hooper, '44, and Bud Burgess,
'44E, tickets chairmen, will attend
the Ball with Harriett Pratt, '43, and
Dorothy DeVries, '44. Brown will
attend with Betty Hendel, '46, and
Reynold Kraft, '44, and Jack Page,
'44, decorations, with Charlotte Con-
over, '43, and Dorothy Pugsley, '44.
Clare Blackford, '44, will be the
guest of Mark Hance, '44, who is.
working with John Crabb, '44, on
tickets. Crabb will be with Margaret
Harmon, '44E. June Nieboer, '45, and
Maxine Peterson will be the guests
of John Weise, '44, and Howard How-
erth, '44E, program chairmen.
List Continues
Peggy Ross, '43Ed, and Dorothy
Sperry, of Battle Creek, will attend
as the guests of Dick Emery, '44, and
Jack Hadley, '44E, house chairmen,
while Dick Rawdon, '44, and Dick
Winters, '44E, who head the pledge
sing, will be present with Mary Ved-
der, '45, and Virginia Young, '43.
Pinried couples will be honored by
a "sweetheart dance," when Hender-

JOSEPHINE FITZPATRICK:
Women And The War,

By DOROTHY BLICKE
Blitz efficiency, smooth tactfulness
and continual chuckle are character-
istics which make Josephine "Fitz"
Fitzpatrick, '44, popular as well as
effective in the administration of
her position as head of the women's
office of Civilian Volunteer Defense
on campus.
The latter is a placement service
which.operates under the War Coun-
cil in cooperation with the Man-
power Corps, and all the women's
class projects stem from it. Joseph-
ine's chief function is to act as mid-
dle woman between the Ann Arbor
women's branch of the OCVD and the
campus branch and to coordinate
University activities with theirs.
Amazing Versatility
The town organization indicates
what positions need filling and Jo
carries on from there. Thus she has
calls for everything from carrot
pickers to assistants for gas and fuel
rationing. These widely assorted po-
sitions give the college woman a
chance to show her much vaunted
versatility as well as putting her wish
to help with the war effort to prac-
tical application.
This women's placement service,
however,, did not originate this fall
when the Manpower Corps was
formed, but began operations last
February. At that time Jo began
placing University women in assorted
types of volunteer positions, which
included child care in the public
schools as well as typing and cler-
ical work.
Holds Four Other Jobs
"Fitz" is far from being the gimlet-
eyed individual who has come to be
the horrible prototype of all effi-
cient women. Her line of constant
quips and gags along with her eyes
of traditional Irish humor are irref-
son will play a medley of special
tunes. Moreover, the final elimina-
tion of the first annual Interfrater-
nity Pledge Sing will be held during
intermission of the dance.

SMARTEST
HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Bldg.

utable proof that a gray personality
and capability are not synonomous.
Jo is not completely absorbed in
war work, however, but covers a lot
of ground in her extra-curricular ac-
tivities. She is a Ruthven tea group
chairman, president of Athena, mem-
ber of Wyvern, and rounds out her
war work by being equipment chair-
man for Senior Project. Last year
she was finance chairman of Sopho-
more Cabaret and worked on Thea-
tre Arts projects and League com-
mittees.
Physical Fitness
Leaders Meeting
To Be Today At 4
With the theme, "Principles and
Applications of Leadership," the sec-
ond meeting for leaders of the WAA
Voluntary Physical Fitness program
will be held from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
today at Barbour gym, according to
Shelby Dietrich, '45, general chair-
man of the project.
There will be a speech and then a
general discussion of individual prob-
lems of leadership, under the guid-
ance of Helen Willcox, '44, vice-
president of the WAA Board. At this
time the exact details of the partici-
pation rules in the houses will be out-
lined. Concluding the program, a new
set of exercises will be presented,
which will be used during the com-
ing week.
The complete program for the re-
maining meetings in this series of
six has been drawn up by the cen-
tral committee. The dates and titles
of the meetings are as follows: Dec.
11, Two Cornerstones for Health, Diet
and Sleep. Jan. 1, Personal Habits
and Hygiene; Jan. 8, Recreation and
Relaxation, and Jan. 15, Better Util-
ization of Time and Energies.
A chart of the progress of the
various houses will be set up Mon-
day at the League, says Miss Die-
trich. To equalize the competition
among the organizations, the various
dormitories have been divided into
separate sections according to floors.
5, to the Saline Valley Farms, leav-
ing Hill Auditorium at 1:00 p.m. and
returning Sunday forenoon. Small
charge. All students are welcome.
For further information, call Dan
Saulson (2-3776) or Dorothy Lund-
strom (2-4471).
A Work Holiday and Toy Party
will be held at Lane Hall on Satur-
day, Dec. 5, 4:00-8:00 p.m., to re-
pair and paint old toys. Admission
will be a new 25-50c toy. Reserva-
tions for supper at 6:00 p.m. should
be made at Lane Hall by Friday
evening.
The Karl Marx Society will meet
at3:30 p.m. on Sunday in the Mich-
igan Union.
All women interested in living in
a co-operative house in February
are invited to a tea at Palmer House,
1511 Washtenaw, on Sunday, De-
cember 6, 4:00-6:00 p.m.

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7-11 C l ub Offers Week-End Fun
Dancing, bridge, studying, or just tion's leading bands-via a nickel-
meeting friends-the 7-11 Club of- odeon, and it is possible to rent cards
fers an appropriate setting for what- for a "spur of the moment" bridge
ever you plan to do on a week-end game.
evening.________________
Located in the Kalamazoo room of
the League and open from 9 p.m. R ECORD ALBUMS
until midnight every Friday and Sat-
urday, the Club is under the direction of your
of Nan Gray, '43, with Joyce Den-
Herder, '45SM, assisting. *farite classics
There is no admission or cover
charge to enjoy all the facilities of (4 records in each album)
the Club, and refreshments may be
ordered from .the League soda bar. $3.59
Dancing is to the music of the na-
There will be a meeting of the F IRESTONE STORES
corsage committee of the Junior Division and Huron
Project at 3 p.m. today in the League.

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Brigade," plus 3 Russian short sub-
jects, at 'the Mendelssohn Theatre
today, Saturday and.,Sunday at 8:15
p.m. All proceeds will be given to
Russian War Relief.
The Dorm Committee of the Jun-
ior Project will meet at 5 o'clock in
the League today.
Episcopal Students: Tea will be
served for Episcopal students and
their friends this afternoon by the
Canterbury Club, 4:00 to 5:30, in
Harris Hall.
Presbyterian Student Guild: So-
cial evening tonight beginning at
8:30.'
Wesley Foundation: Bible Class
with Dr. C. W. Brashares at 7:30 to-
night in room 214. Subject for study:
"Luke."

Coming Events
Athena Literary Society will meet
Saturday, December 5, at 1 o'clock
in the League. Ensign picture will.
be taken. Pledges are to attend.
Pi Lambda Theta Initiation on
Saturday, December 5, at 4:30 p.m.
at the League.
The Graduate Outing Club will
meet on Sunday, December 6, at
5:00 p.m. in the Outing Club Room.
Come to the door at the northwest
corner of the Rackham Building.'
Small charge for supper. There will
be a discussion of future plans, fol-
lowed by games and recorded music.
All faculty and graduate students
are welcome.
Michigan Outing Club will go on
a hiking hostel Saturday, December

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