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lSUNDAY, MARCh 20, 1944








Be Given fipril


Candidates for
Inte rviewed
Recruiting Sergeants Will Be
Stationed at League To Supply
Information on Reserve Corps
Marine Sergeants Merry McGar-
raugh and Arloa Zimmer will be on
campus from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomor-
row through Wednesday in the
League to interview/ interested can-
didates of the Marine Corps Wo-
men's Reserve.
Questions on the purpose of the
Reserve Corps, information on life
in uniform and activities of the
MCWR will be clarified by the Ser-
geants during their stay here.
Visual Test Modified
As visual requirements have been
soehat loerd, wmn ith eys
which can be corrected to 20/20 wth
glasses may meet the new standards.
Other requirements include Ameri-
can citizenship, at least two years of
high school and general good health.
In addition to personal training
the recruit is given the opportunity
to watch every phase of Marine
combat training from landing for
invasion to bayonet practice. How-
ever, no woman marine is expected
to be in any combat service. If the
commanding medical officer permits,
women are permitted to take limited
instruction in handling guns and
other activities for their own benefit.
Mechanical Talent Needed
Officers are usually selected from
the ranks but there is some oppor-
tunity for women with specialized
qualifications to enter Officer's Can-
didate School from civilian life.
More than half the members of
the Women's Reserve will be placed
in aviation units.

McGarraugh of the Marine Corps
Reserve is coming to the League
tomorrow to interview all inter-
ested candidates for the MCWR.
The Old Dexter House, a mansion
of 40 rooms, built in the nineteenth
centuryt and deserted for many years,
sponsored by the Outdoor Sports
Club, members and guests of which
will leave the WAB at 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, April 2, according to Bar-
bara Fairman, '46, manager of the
Participants will bicycle to Dexter,
and vehicles may be rented at a local
shop or coeds and men may ride their
own. "It is advisable to wear old
clothing," Miss Fairman reminded,
"because the house will probably by
Further information may be had
by calling Miss Fairman at 24514.

League Houses
To Be Honored
At Informal Tea
Dean Alice C. Lloyd will open her
home to every league house president,
war activities chairman and athletic
manager at an informal tea which
will be held from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday under the
joint sponsorship of the WAA Board,
Assembly and the Women's War
The tea is being held in honor of
the league houses which have played
an important part in the campus war
program this year, due principally to
the better consolidation of league
house organization. League house
officers in Zones 1, 3, 5 and 6 will be
guests of Dean Lloyd Tuesday, with
Zones 2, 4, 7 and 8 attending the
tea Wednesday.
Met n Le agu e
The dramatic cast of Junior Girls
Play, which will be given April 27
in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre,
will meet at 3 p.m. tomorrow in the
League, according to Mary Ann
Jones, '45, general chairman of the
production, who also said that all
members of the cast must report to
Jo Holmes Monday afternoon for
costume fittings.
Singers will hold a rehearsal at 4
p.m. Wednesday in the rehearsal
room of the League, according to
chairman Marcia Netting, '45, while
dancers have been notified of re-
hearsals by their committee heads.
The publicity committee will meet
at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the League,
according to publicity chairman Peg
Weiss, '44. All those who signed
up to work on play publicity as well
as the regular committee members
are urged to attend.
Laundry Needs
Student Help
Student help effectively relieves
the shortage of labor in the Univer-
sity Laundry, said Gerry Stadleman,
'44, chairman of personnel for the
Laundry Project, in urging women to
Recruiting of new workers is being
carried on this week in the Under-
graduate Offices of the League, but
coeds who worked last semester are
to go directly to the laundry. Volun-
teers may sign for a minimum of
four hours per week, and they may
choose to work at any time from
7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through

Sororities To
Meet in Studio
Music, Speakers and Awards
To Be Presented over WMICH
Through the courtesy of station
WMICH, Panhellenic Products, Inc.,
will present a special studio broad-
cast, entitled "Panhellenic Parade,"
summing up the company's activi-
ties for the past year, to be held at
7:30 p.m. Monday, April 10, in the
Rackham "broadcasting studio."
Replaces Banquet
"Panhellenic Parade" is the theme
for this year's Panhellenic Night, the
annual all-sorority get-together re-
placing the traditional Panhellenic
banquet which has been eliminated.
Each year all affiliated women ga-
ther together to receive awards for
outstanding participation in campus
affairs. At this time, the sorority with
the highest scholastic average is
awarded the scholarship cup, which
last year was presented to Gamma
Phi Beta.
To Recognize Activities
The award previously given' for
genra actvitis participation, will
this year be given to the sorority with
the finest turnout in war activities.
Sports presentation will be made to
the house which has cooperated most
heartily in women 's athletic events.
Guest speakers for the program
will be Dean Alice Lloyd, who will
present the war activities award, and
Registrar Ira Smith who will give the
scholarship cup. Other guest artists
will be Mary June Hastreiter, '44,
president of Panhellenic Products,
Inc., and Nancy Hattersley, 44, presi-.
dent of WAA who will make the
sports award.
Songs, Skits V
Also on the program will be Kappa
Kappa Gamma sorority, winners of
last year's Lantern Night, who will
offer two selections to the studio
audience. The Panhellenic Ball com-
mittee will preview its gala occasion
which wil be rvalethe nite of
the program.
chairman of Panhellenic Night com-
rnittee. Gultekin Aa-gu 4,po
gramn chairman, will direct the music
for the program. Assisting on the
broadcast will be Ricka Wolff, '45,
publicity; Marjorie Rosmarin '45,
prgam arrangements; Mary Web-
ster, '46 finance; and Jean Mackaye,
Figure Skating: 3:30 p.m. tomor-
row at the WAB. Meeting compul-
sory for all members.
University Women's Riding Club':
6:15 p.m. Tuesday in front of Bar-
bour Gym.
Fencing: 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in Bar-
bour fencing room.
Basketball: 4:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday in Barbour Gym.
Modern Dance: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursday in the Barbour dance
Swimming: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
in Barbour pool.
Crop and Saddle: 6:15 p.m. in front
of Barbour.
Badminton. 4 p.m. Wednesday and
7:30 p.m. Thursday in Barbour Gym.
Tap: 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Bar-
bour dance studio.
Ballet: 4 p.m. Friday in Barbour
dance studio.
* * *
Participants in the WAA bowling
tournament are reminded to play off
their mnatches before March 31 at the
WAB bowling alleys, because after
that date the alleys will be closed for
the season.

Coeds Urged To
Attend League
Dressings Unt
"Workers at the League Surgical
Dressing Unit are not required to
repott at a specified hour on the
same day each week, but may come
in at any time from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday through Friday." Mar-
garet Theilen, publicity chairman,
said yesterday.
Adelia Cheever, Betsy Barbour and
S. L. Smith and Anna E. Smith
league house residents are invited to
be special guests today. Sorority
houses are now invited through Pan-
The Surgical Dressing project is
not organized like the Hospital or
Laundr'y projects as workers are not
required to attend an orientation
meeting or to contribute a minimum
number of hours each week.
"Attendance at the Unit has been
fair on Fridays, but very slack on
Wednesdays and Thursdays," Miss
Theilen said. "We must have more
than sporadic attendance if we are
o nne fulfling our quota of

.A galaxy of pennants decorated
with stick figures and clever sayings
will be posted in prominent positions
on campus tomorrow, advertising As-
sembly Recognition Night which will
be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 5
in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Grad To Speak '
The committee for Recognition
Night under the chairmanship of
Dorothy DeVries, '44, has secured as
the speaker of the evening Geraldine
Elliott, who received her MA at
Michigan and now writes the "Her-
mit's Cave" for Station WJR in De-
troit. She will speak on "Tomorrow
the Woman."
Another highlight of the evening's
entertainment will be the presenta-
tion of awards to the women who put
in the most' hours on war activities
last semester. Special recognition

will go to the houses and women who
have maintained the highest schol-
astic averages.
Replaces Banquet
After thehprogram, dessert wile
Recognitio Night will tke the plac
of the annual Assembly banquet of
pre-war days. This night will be a
get-together of all unaffillated wo-
mThe tickets which ae30 cetsr
being sold in every dorm and legu
The Fencing Club wl meet at 4:0
room for an organization mheeting
Pat Dillenbeck, '45Ed, announced re-
cently, and all women interested in
fencing are urged to attend.

Campus Display of Pennants
To Publicize Recognition Night

HueAthletic Manaers will
mee at re p.m. tomorrow Ith
WA to reuntephysia ins
exercise booklets, "Fun and Form,"
which were given to them at a pre-
vious meeting together with criti-
cism blanks.
The booklet was published as an
experiment In exercises, compiled
by the WAA underthe directionsof
Pat Coutler, '45. After a general
survey has been made it is expected
that the booklets will be revised in
order to suit the needs of the ma-
jority of women on campus.

Dress up your own table with one of our
pretty sets, or take one home to Mother
for Easter. Prints - hand-made linens or
O organdies.
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Tennis Club To Meet in WAB;
Prospective Members Must Attend

"Enthusiasm, willingness to work,
and practice are more important than
ability in tennis," Betsy Perry, '45A,
president of the Tennis Club, said
recently, "and at our meeting tomor-
row, I will attempt to outline the
program for the season."
The WAB lounge will be the scene
of the meeting at 5 p.m. tomorrow,
and all coeds who wish to join the
Tennis Club must be present at that
time or else should notify Miss Perry.
It is not necessary to own a racquet

to belong to the club because they
can be rented at the WAB.
Practice will being as soon as the
weather permits, and the club will
use the Palmer Field courts. Mem-
bers of the club will participate in
If enough interest is shown, an-
other club may be formed for both
men and women. Practice periods
will be assigned at the first meeting.
For further information, contact
Miss Perry at 22365.

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Coeds are paid at the rate
cents per hour, and laundry
are credited to records of war

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jumper, 8.95
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Babour Qirls
Can House
Armed with pails, cleanser, rags
and scrub brushes, a group of enter-
prising coeds on, the fourth floor of
Betsy Barbour House spent yesterday
morning washing the walls and fix-
tures in their lMathroom.
The coeds finally tired of the ac-
cumulated filth of a year or so and
decided to do something about it.
"We hope our example will encour-
age other groups on the campus to
initiate a little spring cleaning of
their own," one of the students re-

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