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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Slide ue di To B e HeldMuy 5 in5
Jan Savitt Will e JQP To Qive Three Junior 'Me Wanted'

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Borber Scholarship Petitions
Due; WAA Petitions Extended

Musical fttraction
Bob Milnor, Hank Schmidt To Be Chairmen;
Servicemen Given Permission To Attend

'Stampbridge,'
Stamp Dinner

Wor ien To Get Is Giles' Plea

The Slide Rule Ball of '44, to be
given jointly by the Engine Council
and the Technic staff, will be held
from 9 p.m. to 12 p.m. Friday, May 5,
in the grand ballroom of the Michi-
gan Union.
Jan Savitt and his popular, nation-
ally known orchestra will play an
Girls Needed
By Committee
For Tutoring
Tutorial Committee has sent out a
call for those who wish to tutor and
be tutored to register this week in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League.
The Tutorial Committee each sem-
ester at the end of the first five
weeks makesits services as a clearing
house for tutoring available; Those
who wish tutoring may fill out ap-
plications in the League, and the
committee will assign a tutor of the
desired course to them.
Girls Called for
Proxy Parents
Response to the call for volunteers
for Proxy Parents has not been suf-
ficient to fill the calls for this service,
according to Jo Ann Peterson, '44,
chairman, who emphasized the need
for coeds to stay with children while
their parents must be away.
"Numerous parents have expressed
their appreciation," Miss Peterson
said, "and if campus women realized
that-they were making it possible for
wives of men in the service to con-
tinue in their jobs assured of their
children's well-being, the Proxy Par-
ent rolls would be more than filled."
Coeds with free time any afternoon
or evening, particularly on Tuesday
and Thursday are urged to register
in the undergraduate office of the
League.
All House presidents are required
to attend the House President's meet-
ing at 5 p.m. today in the League.
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encore to last year's Slide Rule Ball,
providing music for the engineers
again this year. after an engagement
in Detroit.
Double Feature
Tradition will be broken this year,
by combining the two aniual social
events of the Enginceriog School--
the Slide Rule Ball. usually given in
the spring by the Technic editorial
staff, and the Engineering Bail, which
has been a fall event on campus in
the past sponsored by the Engineer-
ing Council.
Bob Milnor, '44E editor of the
Michigan Technic, and Hank'
Schmidt, 44E, Council member, will
be the co-chairman of the Slide Rule
Ball Committee, on which both Coun-
cil and Technic mehers will be rep-
resented. Joe Linker and Bill Powers
are in charge of ticket sales this year.
Al Bek and Dick Passman will be inl
charge of publicity, and Rupert
Straub and John Clippert will be in
charge of the orchestra, ballroom
and other details of the affair.
Servicemen To Attend
Capt. Cassidy has given his per-
mission for Navy mon to attend the
dance. Army men on campus have
the permission of Col. Rogers for the
affair.
Tickets will be on sale in the near'
future, giving first choice to engi-
neering students. At a later date
they will be available to all Michigan1
students. 1-A's, women and children
first.
Formal dress will be the order of
the evening for the engineers and
their dates.
.Interviewing Starts
For Council Positions
Interviewing for those who have
petitioned for positions on the Wo-
men's War Council will be held today,
tomorrow and Friday in the Under-
graduate Office of the League and
April 17 through April 20, according
to Marilyn Mayer, '44, president of
the Council.
Applicants for president, secretary,
treasurer and social chairman, for
Judiciary head and Council, USO
council heads, Personnel Administra-
tor, Child Care Committee chairman,
Tutorial chairman, and Merit Com-
mittee chairman will be interviewed
by the present Women's War Coun-1
cil.
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The JGP "Stampbridge" tourna-
ment at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Grand
Rapids Room of the League and an
all-campus "stamp dinner" nightl
Monday have been planned as special
events in the Junior Girls Project
$3C,000 war bond and stamp cam-
paign, it was announced yesterday by
Mary Driver, '45, JGP secretary.
Each coed house on campus is
asked to send at least one team of
two players to the bridge tourney,
second of its kind during the 1943-44
JGP drive. Intra-house playoffs are
suggested to determine teams to be
sent to the tournament, although
each house may send any number of
teams. Admission to the contest will
be purchase of a 25c stamp by each
contestant, plus a 10c stamp for the
"kitty."
House presidents will be in charge
of the stamp dinners, which will be
on a competitive basis according to
the percentage of the house which
bought stamps. Each coed is asked
to buy an extra war stamp before
dinner Monday, and tags will prob-
ably be issued in the larger houses.
Percentages of women participating
in each house will be compiled and
published.

Scholarships
Executive Council To Meet
Applicants in Undergraduate
Office of League April 20
Three McCormick scholarships of
$100 will be awarded to junior women
who have participated in League and
war activities and have a scholastic
rating of at least 2.7 at the Installa-
tion Night ceremonies on May 2,
Monna Heath, '44, president of the
League announced yesterday.
Petitions for 'the scholarships may
be obtained this week in the Under-
graduate Office of the League and
must be accompanied by two original
letters of reommendation.
Rehearsals Scheduled
For JGP, Glee Club
There will be a rehearsal for all
members of the singing cast of Ju-
nior Girls Play at 4 p.m. today in
the Rehearsal Room of the League.
The Women's Glee Club will have
a special rehearsal at 7:30 p.m. today
in the League. Every member must
be present in order to prepare for
the special engagements planned for
the near future.

ELIZABETH, N.J., April For those women who would like to
Three Elizabeth girls have placed a petition for WAA Board positions
"Men Wanted" advertisement with and who have not yet handed in their
Fort Hancock service club hostess petitions, an extension of time has
Helen Cahalin. been granted.
Their request, suggested by a blind petitioning may be done at the
date telephone program at the ser- interviews which will continue from
vice club recently, was:
"Wanted: Three soldiers, single, at 3 to 5 p.m. today, tomorrow and Fri-
least five feet eight inches tall, to go day. Regular interviewing will also
on dates with three girls from Eliza- continue on these dates.
beth, N.J., who will finance the eve- Positions open are manager of the
ning up to and including $15 worth basketball, archery, fencing, lacrosse,
of entertainment." tennis, outdoor sports, University
Hancock soldiers will get a chance Women's Riding Club, bowling, swim-
to vie for the blind date* on April 27 ming, golf, badminton, hockey, rifle,
when they will make service club softball and ping pong clubs.
telephone calls to the three girls. Other Board positions open are:
At the first club telephone-date president, vice-president, secretary,
show, the three soldiers chosen by treasurer, American Federation of
the girls as their GI" dates" received College Women representative, pub-
24-hour passes to escort them. licity chairman, interhouse manager
-== and correlative heads of dormitories,
Merit Committee will meet at 4 sororities, league houses and co-op-
p.m. tomorrow in the Undergraduate eratives.
Office of the League, Anne Adams, Women from all classes may peti-
'44, chairman, announced yesterday. tion for WAA posts. Applicants are
Personnel reports must be turned urged to petition and to come to the
in by 5 p.m. today to the Merit Com- interview either today or tomorrow
mittee in the Undergraduate Office rather than Friday.
of the League, Miss Adams said, by
the chairmen of activities.

SORORITYACTIVITIES

Alpha Gamma Delta sorority an-
nounces the pledging of Doris
Schroeder, '45, Port Huron; Lorrice
Gronlund, '46, Iron Mountain; Ellen
Island, '47, Ann Arbor; Margaret
Beckton, '45, Port Huron; Mary Hag-
gerstrom, '47, Battle Creek; Dorothy
Congo, '46, Northville; Dorothy Jef-
ferson, '46. Highland Park; Naomi
Buehler, 46, Toledo, O.; Eleanor
Gordon, '46, Maywood, Ill.; Barbara
Weigel, '45, Grand Rapids; and Glo-
ria Moore, '47, Toledo, O.
Chi Omega
Chi Omega sorority recently ini-
tiated the following girls: Patricia
Beatly, Three Rivers, Mich.; Margar-
et Coxon, Ann Arbor; Jeanne Deibel,
Lakewood, O.; Marilyn Donaldson.
San Mateo, Calif.; Phyllis Eggleton,
Ann Arbor; Joyce Herrick, Evanston.
Ill.; Gene Lane, Highland Park, Ill.;
Janet Main, Battle Creek.
Kappa Delta
Sigma Zeta Chapter 'of Kappa
Delta announces its formal instal-
lation of officers. The members of
the new council are: Betty Rosa,
chapter president; Mary Jane Janiga,
house president; Florence Under-
wood, vice-president; Nancy Potting-I
er, treasurer; Nancy McDermitt, as-;
sistant treasurer; Delilah Murrah,
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secretary; and Norma Johnson, ed-
itor.
Recently formally initiated .into
Kappa Delta sorority on March 24
were Mary Beckman, '45; Dorothy
Davidson, '46; Jeannette Drouillard,
'45; Marcheta Frye, '44; Lee Gran-
dolph, '46; Carolyn Ryle, '46; and
Nancy Thomssen, '46.
Sigma Alpha Iota
The Alpha Chapter of Sigma Al-
pha Iota, national honorary musical
sorority, recently pledged seven new
members. The pledges are Donita
Crosley, '45SM; Barbara Litchfield,
'46SM; Jean Gilman, '45SM; Carol
Campbell, '44SM; Roberta Booth,
'45SM; Josephine Cole, '44SM; and
Marilyn Grewe, '45SM.
Officers Announced
Delta Delta Delta sorority an-
nounces the new officers for the com-
ing year: Mary Jane Thielen, chap-
ter president: Martha Jean Frey,
house president; Betty McDonald,*
recording secretary; Mary Lou Kim-
ball, corresponding secretary; Norma
Braga, marshal; Dorothy Kittredge,
chaplain; Barbara Heym, social
chairman; Nancy Reber, standards
chairman; Margaret Morgan, activi-
ties chairman; Carol Giardono, his-
torian; and Margaret Brown, pledge
mistress.
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WAA Notices
Changes in the WAA Sports Club
meetings for this week:
Crop and Saddle-6:15 p.m. today
in front of Barbour Gym.
Swimming Club--7:30 p.m. today
in Barbour Pool.
Modern Dance-8:30 p.m. today in
Barbour Gym.
Badminton-4 p.m. today and 7:30
p.m. tomorrow in Barbour Gym.
Ballet-4 p.m. Friday in Barbour
Gym.
Rifle-3:30 to 5:30 p.m. today in
the WAB Rifle Range.
Ping Pong-All first round games
in the campusgtournament must be
played and registered by Saturday.
Tables in Barbour Gym or the WAB
may be used for the matches.
All coeds interested in joining the
Archery Club are invited to attend
the mass meeting to be held at 5 p.m.
tomorrow in the Shooting Room of !
the WAB.
Two groups will be formed; one
for beginners and one for the more
advanced archers. No experience is
necessary, and equipment may be
rented at the WAB for a small fee.

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girl who was feared by the King of
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