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AN EDITORIAL JGP Petitionsj
W E ARE ALL aware that the labor shortage has created an important prob- For
lem here on campui and in Ann Arbor. With this in mind, the newly or
formed Personnel Administration division of the Woman's War Council has A
undertaken a campaign to have women students fill the vacancies and is A re Due TOday
requesting them to sign up in the Undergraduate Office of the League for r
various crews which will take care of grooming the -campus in addition to Interviewing To Begin Tuesday,
signing up for-kitchen work at the League, for hospital work and for jobs For Positions in Central Group
available here in town.
The work is not menial by any means nor is any student required to Of Bond and Stamp Project
render her services. The basis for the plan is purely voluntary and no girl All petitions for positions on the
is obligated in any way. However, each student is urged to help out, and central committee of Juiior Girls
whoever does take part will be paid for her services . . . Girls who sign UP Project for next year must be turnedI
for the different "grooming" crews will be paid sixty cents an hour and in by 5 p.m. today at the League, ac-.
those who are interested in kitchen work will be paid fifty cents an hour. i cording to Ann MacMillan, '44, presi-
dent of. Judiciary. Council.
TJHIS CAMPAIGN is probably one of the most ambitious and one of the Interviewing. for the eleven posi-
most necessary that has been launched on campus as yet, but it cannot tions on the committee- which will
succeed unless it receives the full cooperation of as many women as possible, head the sale. of bonds and stamps:
so it is up to every woman to make.it her personal business to sign up her again next year will be held fromJ
services. 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesdayl
However, the idea of working should not be regarded as just working through, Friday. Students are re-
for these positions con be fun as well. especially the crews which will be quested to sign up for their interview
doing their work on the campus itself. Each crew wilhave a standardu-on the bulletin board in the Under-
doing graduate Office of the League when.
iorm of blue jeans and shirts and will be. under the direction of a foreman they turn in their petitions.
picked from the group. It's not just a case of filling a vacancy, rather it The eleven positions inlude gen-
should be thought of as doing a job for the the war effort, earning money eral chairman, assistant chairman,
for it, and having fun in the bargain. secretary, treasurer, and publicity:

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PAGI

Dance at Union

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WiltFmphasizeI
Informal Policy
Continuing its policy of informal-
ity, the Michigan Union willI hold a,
dance from 9- p.m, to midnight Fri-
day entitled "Don't Give A Darn,"
for which Bill Sawyer and his band
will provide the music.
"Informality makes for fun and,
not being inhibited makes for in-
formality so I recommend that the
ogre of social pressure be forgotten,
for an evening," Chuck Dotterer,
'44E; social director of the Union,
announced yesterday.
"If people want to dance bare-
footed, the Union boys 'don't give, a
darn'-if people want to come in blue
jeans and plaid shirts, they 'don't
give a darn'- -if ypu want to sit oA
the flopr or sing, they 'don't give a
darn'," he continued.
The Union boys maintain that
they neither know what Sawyer and.,
the band will wear or play nor-,da
they 'give a darn.'
WAA SCHEDULE
Softball: 5:10 p.m. tomorrow;
Adelia Cheever vs, Alpha Phi. 5:10
p.m. Tuesda-y; Jordan vs. Martha
I Cook, Chii Omega vs. Gamma. Phi
Beta, Collegiate Sorosis vs. Delta
Gamma. 443W p.m. Wednesday;
Alpha Xi Delta. vs. Alpha Epsilon
Phi.
5:10 p.m. Wednesday; Alpha
Omicron Pi vs, Pi Beta Phi, Alpha.
Delta PI vs. Helen Newberry, Kap.
pa Kappa Gamma vs. Mosher,
4:30 p.m. Thursday; Kappa AJIbha
Theta vs. Alpha Chi Omega, eta
Tau Alpha vs. Hill Street League
House.
Archery: 4:30 p.m. Wednesday,

PRidgirpgs Election
Announced by Sorority
Alpha Gamma Delta announces
the recent election of officers: presi-
dent, Anne Adams, 44;vice-presi-
dent, Elva. Stokinger, '4f'; recording
secretary, Ruth Brand, '44; treas-
urer, Carolyn Reese, '44, and rushing
chairman, Marion Baskette, '44, and
the pledging of Nancy Tressel, '46, of
Lincoln, Park and Marjory Weiss,
'45 of Taroma. Park, Md,

EngagementAnnounced
Mrs. J. J. Vanderworker of Calu-
met has announced the engagement
of her daughter Dorothy Larson. '43,
to Dr. Francis Aderson, '43M, of
Miss'Larson is affiliated with Al-
pha Gamma Delta sorority. She has
been president of her sorority this
year. Dr. Anderson was a member
of Phi Chi, and Alpha Sigma Phi
medical fraternity. He was also a
member of Galens.

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Hi everybody:-Just got an-
other touch of, spring fever.
How aboi.t you? Only thing to
do is brush it off with a new
dress, or maybe
A DASH 0' NAVY RED
That's one o' the sparkling lip-
stick shades by Harriet Hub-
bard Ayer. Ever hear of Cher-
ry Poppy by Yardley . . . Rosy
Future by Revlon . . . Crimson
by Houbigant, or Damask Rose
by Chanel? Drop into the
Mademoisellc Shop for your
appropria~e, shade. They're all
bcautifWy , scented wvith per-
fun. You'll love Coty's new
velvety shade . .. Cassis.

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-Mary Rosmarin,
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Celebrate Easter in the
old-fashioned way. Send

flowers.

They always

please!

ihe
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203 EAST LIBERTY STREEr
SUNNY DUOS.
for
Happy Collegiates,
BERMUDA KNITS . . Gems Regina ... Knubby Knits .
softest, wooliest, prettiest sweaters you ever did see! Cardi-
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cherry, baby blue, maize, white, raspberry, orchid. 6.5-0
and 7.95.
SKIRTS with plaid appeal.
pastels running riot! Glen plaids
in spriny combinations of beige,
green, and yellow . . blue, aqua,
and violet. Mix 'em and match
GABARDINES . . . 5.95
PURE WOOLS . . 5.95 to 9.50
Come in and see our
complete cosmetic assortment

chairman. Women will'also be selec-
ted to take charge of purchases made
by sororities, league. houses, and dor-
mitories. The other positions which
will be open will be chairman of
booths, corsage committee chairman,
and chairman of skits and songs.
Appointments for these positions
are being made this spring in order
to aid the- current United States]
Treasury Department drive to double
the amount of stamps and bonds
'sold during the moAth of April all
over the country. It is also to relieve
the junior women who have recently
taken other positions.
National Bond
Drive Begins
(OoltinueLfrom Page 1)
in April alone as they have during
the past two years. Every citizen is
urged to buy extra bonds-above and
beyond his regular purchases.
The big factor is that John Q. Citi-
zen in 1943 will have about $45,000,-
000,000 more to spend than he can
find to spend it on.
That's because: (1) he. is earning
more generally at war jobs, and (2)
so. many things are being made for
war purposes that far fewer are being
put- on the market for civilian con-
sumption
Not only is the average earner
making, more money, Bank deposits
and currency holdings are at record
levels, representing more pent-up
buying power.
It could tax 4t out of the, people,
as the Axis, would do, or it could,
ask it as. a gift from patriotic citi-
zens. Instead, it offers them an in-
vestment in their country's future-
and their-own.
Army To Train
Engineers Here
(Continued from Page 1)
of all military units in the Ann Arbor
area, will direct the housing, mess-
Ing and'health' of the students.
The training' program is divided
into 12% week terms and only those
men who do acceptable work in the
first ,periocwill' be permitted to con-
tinue.
Men:' will; live under strict military
disciplinein the barracks in the man-
ner of the other service. units sta-
tioned here.
Uhder the AST academic program,
25 hours per week- of classroom and '1
laboratory work will be included plus
an equal number of periods of super-
vised study.
Each week's routine will include six
hours of physical and five hours of,
military training.

VA.P . . .q crapm irginolly r,.rated- by a doctor who
devoted years of study and,'researcK to the basic principles.
of skin care and treatmept Now available tp everyone in
two formulos ... one for dry skin, the othej with a grease-
less base . . . plus a lipstick with the sorne.heolthfulbase,
VAI proyid s especily fine, gre for youthtfql skin andips.

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A BAFFLING SKIRT
Wh4 next? This time it's a
trick skirt over at Dillon's.
Wrap it up in all sorts o' ways,
and it will cone out with lusci-
ous pleats the whole way
round. They're made out of
poplin in. the springiest pastel
shades. Add this to your
wardrobe . .- .for only $5 and
-1 $6.50 !

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XA Cream . . . unique 1ecause it
contains Cod. Liver Oil . . . delicately
scented4 And Cod Liver Oil, you know,
is a rich source of Vitamins A and D.
It spreads with ease, helps keep the
skin silken-surfaced, clear and fresh.
Two sizes:
1.50 a41 2.50
VAD Lipstick . . . a boon, to beauty
in 5 exciting colors. It has the same
Cod Liver Oil base as V" creams
... scented exquisitely. Smooth to put
on. Wonderful for cracked and dry lips!
1.00
Prices plus 10% Federal Tax

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Want to know
some thing?
. . . The Hat Box has some of
the cutest hats in town! It's the
place to buy your new spring
chapeau. Anya has straws and
pastel felts galore, bothl plain

WEARABLE ANTIQUES
That's what those beautiful la-
pel pins at Mr. Foster's Re-
membrance Shop turned out to
be! Hand peilted, too-with
flags or flowers., Why npt hold
your papers down with some-
thing breath-taking? Glass
paper weights by the Belgians,
have all kinds o' bubbly flow-
ers in 'em nSomething new!
STOCKI!NGS GALORE
Stop worrying your pretty
head! The Smatest Hosiery
Shop has everything you'll ever
need in, hse. Stunning for
sportswear . . . fine lisle mesf.
Only $1.35 a pair. For those
specia dates, treat yourself to
a pair of spun, rayon hose.
They're advertised in Harper's
n'realjy are exclusive.
VICTORY GARDENS
IN PRINT

That's one, way of doing it!
Wahr's bargain counter fea-
tures all sorts of information
for the amateur gardener. Close
outs in children's books-his-
tory b~ok-- sailing- n' just
having fun! Excellent fiction
is there, too-ever read Ma-
dame Curie? Don't miss this
opportunity!
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