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Army-Navy
National Flags Centr
Will Be Theme
Of Decorations
Tickets For Boll Are Available
At ROTC Or NROTC Offices;
Reservists Eligible To Attend
A mixed crowd of reservists in for-
mal attire and NROTC and ROTC
men in uniform will attend the
Army-Navy Military Ball from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. tomorrow at the I-M Build-
ing.
Bob Chester and his orchestra,
hailed as the "Nation's Newest Sen-
sation," will play for the affair, fea-
turing Betty Bradley and Gene How-
ard at the vocals.
To Have Ml ilitary Mode
Crossed American flags and bunt-
ing will be hung along the north wall
of °the ,gym, while flags of all the
United Nations will 'be supported
from each of the upright pillars along
the same walls. Army and Navy ex- From lef
hibits will be set up in each of the Cole, '43E, C
far corners, and a large "V" fash- Begle, '43, C
ioned of bunting will be displayed at John E. Staiu
the far end of the room. From left
Announcement has been made of Capt. L. W. P
the central committeemen's dates for
the Ball. Dorothy Murzek, '46, will ORCH IDS
attend with ROTC's chairman, Cadet
Col. Charles Thatcher, '43E, and Ann
Dicinson, Omaha, Neb., will be the SOph
guest of NROTC's chairnian. Lie'ut.-
Comm. Al Mactier.
Reservists May Attend .To V
Others are as follows: NROTC
Lieut. Robert Begle, '43, and Pat University co
Summit, Grand Rapids; Cadet Lieut.- 1,472 hours dur
Col. Richard Lee Cole, '43E, with Ida unteer service a
Mae Worketter, Ann Arbor; NROTC pital, according
Lieut. Art Thomson, '44E, Sherry '45, chairman o
Shreve, '43, Cadet Maj. Robert K. Of the 201 v
Miars, '43, and Mrs. Miars; and Ca- following 57 ha
det Lieut.-Col. John E. Stauch, '43, tendance at th
and Libby Swisher, '44. beginning of the
Tickets for the affair are still Jean Aldrich,
available and may be obtained at Ames, Onolu
ROTC or NROTC headquarters or Bathke, Jean T
from any member of the central com- shaw, Marilyn)
mittee. Any member of a military Ruth Caryl,
reserve is eligible to attend. Cooke, Pat Coul

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t to right, standing, are Cadet Lieut.-Col. Richard Lee
adet Col. Charles Thatcher, '43E, NROTC Lieut. Robert
adet Maj. Rabert K. Miars, '43, and Cadet Lieut.-Col.
ch, '43.
t to right, seated, are NROTC Lieut.-Comm. Al Mactier, '43,
Peterson, and NROTC Lieut. Art Thomson, '43E.
TO YOU:
s Contribute 1,472 Hours
Olunteer Hospital Project:

Nurse's Aides
Get Diplomas
At Exercises
31 University Women Receive
Recognition For Special Credit
Course At North Hall
Thirty-one University women, the
first nurse's aide group to graduate
from the University since the course
was listed for credit, received their
diplomas yesterday at special exer-
cises held at Red Cross headquarters
in North Mall.
The seven weeks course, consisting
of 80 hours work, was divided be-
tween 45 hours in the University
Hospital, directly'assisting the nurses
and 35 hoe's of class room instrue-
tion. Some of the duties carried on
in the hospital consisted of bathing
and feeding patients, caring 'for
children,dassisting with trays and
conducting patients to clinics.
Graduates Named
Those graduated in the class are:
Shirley Altfield, '43, Lois Arnold, '43,
Kayla-Bachrack, '46, Nan Crump, '45,
Marion :Carlson, 44, Ruth Foder, '44,
Lettie Gabin, '44, Harriet Godshalk,
'45, Frances Hall, '43, Mary Alice
Hahn, '45, Ann Herzog, '43, Doreen
Harris, '44, Catherine Jones, '43, and
Ester Kokkoles, '43.
The list continues with Katherine
Lewis, '45, Jeanne Moehlman, '44,
Patricia McGraw, '43, Mary Pfender,
'43, Janet Robb, '44, Margaret Ross,
'44, Janet Raymond, '45, Jane Scher-
merhorn, 43, Jeanne Shattuck, '45,
Claire Sherman, '44, Janet Singer,
'43, Helen Speed, '44, Marjorie Smith,
'43, Steiner, '43Ed., Rose Stoetzel, '45,
Sally Teetor, '44, and Laura Vial, '44.
Nurse's Aides Fingerprinted
After the exercises, the graduates
were all fingerprinted by Deputy
Sheriff Thomas Fitzgerald and Coun-
ty Sheriff John Osborn. This policy
is newly inaugurated in Ann Arbor
for the purposes of identification and
protection of all OCD workers.
'Recruiting for the next course is
now in progress. Classes will begin
Feb. 8 and those interested may sign
up at the office of the Social Director
of the League.
Scabbord And Blade
TO Install Officers
At Annual Banquet
The annual Scabbard and Blade
dinner for the installation of new o-
ficers will be held at 6:30 p.m. tomor-
row in the League. The dinner, which
will precede the Army-Navy Ball, will
be formal, according to Lieut. Col.
Dick Lee Cole, '43E, committee chair-
man.
Cptain Leonard W. Peterson will
be the principal speaker of the eve-
ning and retiring Cadet Col. Charles
Thatcher, '43E, will give a short talk.
The new Scabbard and Blade offi-
cers who will be installed at the din-
ner are Cadet Captain Walter Gen-
try, 44E, First Lieut. George Brun-
drett, '44E, Second Lieut. Russ Speirn,
'43BAd, and First Sergeant Frank
O'Brien, '43.

MRS. KOELLA
W/omen and THE WAR

Victory Bal

Patrons' List
Is Announced
Tickets Will Remain On Sale
At Union Travel Desk All Week;
Identification Cards Not Needed
Heading the list of patrons and pa-
tronesses for the J-Hop, Senior Ball
combination, Victory Ball, are Gov.
and Mrs. H. F. Kelly.
Included in the list are President
and Mrs. Ruthven, Vice-Pres. and
Mrs. S. W. Smith, Vice-Pres. and Mrs.
C. S. Yoakum, Regent and Mrs. R. S.
Bishop, Regent and Mrs. A. B. Con-
nable, Regent and Mrs. P . M. Cook,
Regent and Mrs. K. H.,Crowley, Re-
gent and Mrs. J. J. Herbert, Regent
and Mrs. H. G. Kipke, Regent -and
Mrs. J. D. Lynch, Regent and Mrs.
E. C. Shields, and Hon. and Mrs. E. B.
Elliott.
List Continues
The list continues with Dean "and
Mrs. E. B. Stason, P'rof.' and Mrs.
L. M. Gram, Prof. C. G. Brandt, Dean
and Mrs. W. I. Bennett, Dean and
Mrs. R. W. Bunting, Dean J. A. Burs-
ley, Dean M. E. Cooley, Dean and Mrs.
I. C. Crawford, Dean and Mrs. S. T.
Dana, Dean and Mrs. J. B. Edmonson,
Dean and Mrs. A. C. Furstenberg,
Dean and Mrs. C. C. Griffin, Dr. and
Mrs. L. A. Hopkins, Dean 'and Mrs.
E. H. Kraus, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Lewis,
Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dr. and Mrs.
E. V. Moore, Prof. Rhoda F. Reddig,
Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Rice, Dr. R.- E.
Robbins, Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Sink,
Dean and Mrs. H. F. Vaughan.
Open to All Students
The Ball, which is sponsored by the
senior and junior classes, will be open
to all students on campus, regardless
of class. Tickets will remain on sale
all this week at the Union Travel
Desk, and identification cards will not
be needed to purchase them. It is i'e-
quested that the exact change be
brought to purchase the tickets;
checks will not be cashed.
The Ball committee has voted to do
its share toward aiding the Bomber-
Scholarship fund. The entire proceeds
from the dance will be donated to
this fund.
Les Brown, his band of Renown,
and Stan Kenton and his orchestra
have been chosen to provide the musi-
cal entertainment.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon recently
elected new officers. They are Bud
Myron, '43, president; Dick Hall, '43,
vice-president; and Bill Brooks, '44,
house manager.

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oeds spent a total of
ing Decem er in vol-
at the Univbrsity Hos-
to Natalie Mattern,
if Sophomore Service.
olunteer workers, the
ave had a perfect at-
he hospital since: the
e project in October:
Nora Altman, Mary
Anderson, Barbara
Billmier, Mary Brad-
Braun.
Anna Choate, Ann
lter, Lois Davis, Doro-

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Porter; and Mozart's Quartet in B-
flat.
Saturday at 8:30: Quartet in'F, No.
1 by Beethoven; Quartet in C by
Shostakovich; and Quartet in F by
Dvorak.
Series tickets (including tax): $2.75,
$2.20 and $1.10; and tickets for single
concerts: $1.10 and 55c each--may be
purchased at the Offices of the Uni-
versity Musical Society in Burton
Memorial Tower; and one hour before
each program in the main lobby of
the Rackham Bulloing.
-Charles A. Sink, President
Organ Recital: Arnold Blackburn,
organist, will give a recital in partial
fulfillment of the requirements for
the degree of Master of Music at 8:30
p.m. Thursday, Jan. 21, in'Hill Audi-
torium.Mr. Blackburn is:a pupil of
Palmer Christian and Organist and
Choirmaster of the Congregational
Church, Ann Arbor.
The recital is open to the public.
The University Symphony Orehes-
tra, Eric DeLamarter, Conductor, will
play an all-Bach program at 8:30
Sunday evening, Jan. '24, in Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre. Soloistswill
include Joseph Brinkman, pianist,
and Wassily Besekirsky, violinist.
The public is cordially invited.
Exhibitions
Exhibition- Rackham Galleries-
Mezzanine Floor. The Horace H.
Rackham School of Graduate Studies
presents "Tunisia and the Mediter-
ranean in Water Colors" by Mrs.
Alice Reischer. The galleries will 'be
open daily, except Sundays, 2-5 and
7-10, through Feb. 3.
Exhibition, College of Architecture
and Design: Watercolors of French.
Alps and drawings for . -surrealist'
paintings, by T. S. 'aile. Pottery by,
Marianne Haile. Ground floor corri-
dor cases, Ar c'h itec tur e Building.
Open daily 9 to 5 except Sunday
through February 6. The public is
invited.
Events Today
Division of the Social Sciences:
There is to be an important meeting
.of the entire Division tonight at 8:00
in the Rackham Amphitheatre. All
members are urged to attend.

Coming Events
Phi Delta Kappa will hold two
membership meetings on Friday, Jan.
22, at 4:00 p.m. and on Saturday, Jan.
23, at 2:00 p.m. in room 3206, Univer-
sity High School. All members are
requested to be present.
Try-outs for Children's Theatre:
Try-outs for the second production of
the Children's Theatre of the Depart-
ment of Speech, "The Ghost of Mr.
Penny" by Rosemary Musil, will be
held Friday, Jan. 22, in the Rehearsal
Room of the Michigan League. Boys
and girls between the agest of'10 and
15 and any men who are interested in
trying out are urged to attend.
All students enrolled in any reserve
program, including Army, Air Corps,
Marine, and Navy "V" classifications,
will be permitted to attend the Mili-
tary Ball, to be held from 9:00 p.m.
to 1:00 a.m. Friday in the Intramural
Sports Building. Tickets may be ob-
tained at ROTC and NROTC head-
quarters or from any member of the
central committee.

thy Dick, Barbara Dill, Elaine Dorf-
man, Mary Driver, Nita Everson,
Gloria Fisher.
Janice Fletcher, Louise Forbush,'
Mary Lee Goldsmith, Mary Grath-
wohl, Betsy Hancock, Barbara Heym,
Natalie Hirsch, Pat Kammerer, Lu-
cille Katz, Shirley Krause, Jean Loree.
Sue Mason, Marilyn Mayer, Sylvia
Merrill, Mary Mountjoy, Marcia Net-'
ting, Beatrice Paul, Pat Paulicki, Bar-
bara Peterson, Ruth Mary Pickard,,
Bertha Pines.
Janice Reid, Shirley Robin, Virginia
Rock, Marjory Rutherford, Amy:
Scott, Marcia Sharpe, Harriet Skin-
ner, Anna Stanton, Nancy Steger,
Barbara Swain, Betty Swift, Thelma
Ullrich, June West, Bette Willemn,
and Betty Wilson.
Women's Rifle Club
To Assign Periods -
For Next Semester
Shooting periods for the spring se-
mester will be assigned to members of
the Women's Rifle Club from 3:30
p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday, Feb. 8, and
all members are requested to sign up
for the new periods at that time.
Regular shooting periods set up
under the present schedule will be
continued during the first week, and.
the new times will not take effect
until the second week of the semester.
The reorganization will be necessary
to accommodate new class schedules.
Under the spring term §hooting sys-
tem, five girls only will shoot each
hour. There will be evening as well
as afternoon periods Mondays
through Thursdays and occasional
open periods.
Sigma Alpha Mu announces the,
recent initiation of Robert Friedman,
'45, Harod Levinson, '45, Irving Rose,
'45, Lloyd Schultz, '46, Jerome Sten-
buck, '46, Marvin Zelomy, '45.
Theta Phi Alpha recently initiated
Gere Hibst, '45, Peggy Gibbons, '45,
Marie Baron, '44.

By BEA BOUCHARD
Mrs. Roosevelt, at right, on her
most recent trip to London, inspects
windbreaker jackets which are the
handiwork of Mrs. Charles Koella,
chairman and organizer of a group
of Ann Arbor women who send their
work to the English Speaking Union,
in which building this picture was'
taken.
Internationally-minded Mrs. Koel-
la, wife of Professor Charles Koella
of the French department, is an ex-
ample of a true patriot, not only of
her native country, but the country
of her adoption. Devoting her every
free moment since March 1941, to the
protection of soldiers, sailors and fli-
ers from the cold, she and her com-
mittee have just completed their sev-
en hundred and eighty-second gar-
ment.
Soldiers Grateful
. Notes of gratitude have been re-
ceived by Mrs. Koella and members
of her committee from men in nearly
Leadership Course
Will Be Sponsored
Again Next Semester
For the ninth consecutive year, the
Physical Education department for
women will sponsor the Recreational
Leadership course at 3:30 p.m. Fri-
daysduring the next semester, an-
nounced Dr. Margaret Bell, head of
the department.
The course is open to upperclass-
men and freshmen who have com-
pleted the standard course in physical
education during their first semester.
All those interested must fill out an
application blank, which may be ob-
tained in Room 15, Barbour gym, and
it must be returned to that office by
4:30 p.m. Friday.

every branch of the numerous Allied
services. The men intended to be
benefitted primarily by these heavy
garments are those in services which
require long periods of time in open
weather, such as coastal watchers and
sailors.
As materials for their work, the
University Library donated 75 pounds
of leather to the group, which they
had salvaged from old bookbindings.
The first" jackets were given to the
doctors and nurses of the first hos-
pital unit to be called from Ann Ar-
bor. From that time on they have
been sent to the English Speaking
Union in London.
Save Old Clothes for Norway
In addition to the jackets, Mrs.
Koella has been gathering old clothes
which she is saving to assist in Nor-
way, the country of her birth, from
which place the Germans have plun-
dered nearly every article of clothing
available. She is saving this clothing
until the day she can send it over.
In the last year, Mrs. Koella was
Chancellor to the Royal Norwegian
Legation in Washingth,' D.C. and
came to this country on a diplomatic
passport. Her brother is Royal Nor-
wegian Consul in Norway for the
Norwegian government in exile.

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