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T~l ~MHIGN.DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Junior Girls Give

Tickets On Sale
Today for May

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To Entertcin

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P11 Senior Wlomen
Wartime Restrictions Will Not Hamper
Traditional Campus Ceremonies as Coeds
Continue Practices of Preceding Years

(Coninued fron Page 1)
ticket sales. Tickets bought on the
Diagonal must be exchanged at the
box office between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
today for reserved seats. Navy head-
quarters has announced late permis-
sion for members of the V-12 Naval
and Marine Unit who attend the play
tomorrow.
"Jabberwackey" was written by
Miss Jones, Blanche Holpar, '44,
Deborah Parry, '45, Bethine Clark,
'45, and Miss Dietrich, and is directed
by Miss Holpar. Original music for
the production was written by Lea
Tartalsky, '45, Evy Iorelick, '45, and
Louise Comins, '45. Dee Lesser, '45
is stage manager.
Rae Larsen Dance Director
Rae Larsen, '44, and Beverly Wit-
tan, '46, directed the three dancing
choruses, and Phyllis Crawford, '45-
SM, and Marcia Netting, '45SM, were
in charge of the singing numbers.
Marge Hall, '45, is in charge of prop-
erties, and is assisted by Marcia
Sharpe, '45A, and Florene Wilkins,
'45. Marge Aronson, '45, is in charge
of lighting, and Pat Daniels, '46, is
head call-girl.
Faye Bronstein, '45, stars in the
play, theme of which has been kept
secret by the juniors. In other lead-
ing roles are Joan Selmier, '44, Marge
Rosmarin, '45, Mavis Kennedy, '45,
Shirley Robin, '45, and Pat Coulter,
'45.
Other members of the cast are
Betty Pochert, '45, Ann Neprud, '45,
Clarice Givens, '46, Elizabeth Taylor,
'45, Margaret Hamilton, '44, Betty
Volunteers Find
Work Absorbing
At Willow Run
By FRANCES POPKINS
"Teacher, don't go!" is the familiar
cry that goes up when volunteers on
the Child Care Committee leave their
nursery school charges at Willow Run
to return to Ann Arbor, and "teacher"
more often than not would like very
much to stay, the volunteers report.
Coeds, assisting at Willow Run,
work not only in the nursery school,
but also help supervise in the gym,
lounge, and arts and crafts room.
They donate four hours of work a
week to taking care of the children
of Willow Run defense workers, and
every girl is helping out where she
is sorely needed by a small, over-
worked and grateful staff.
Experience in life and an oppor-
tunity to see how people from every
part of the country live is what the
child care volunteers at Willow Run
say they have gotten out of their
work. And there's the feeling they
have that they've kept the children
amused and happy for a few hours.
It is impossible for a girl to work out
there any length of time without
acquiring a feeling of attachment to
the "children."
"With their soft Tennessee and
Kentucky accents, the children, in
their quieter moments, completely
charm the girls supervising and their
progress has been remarkable," Lucy
Chase' Wright, chairman of Child
Care, said. Some of the work done in
the arts and crafts room looks almost
professional, while in the gym the
boys and girls are becoming profi-
cient in shooting baskets, according
to Willow Run educational leaders.
Club Sponsors Tea
The Faculty Women's Club will
hold a tea from 3 to 5 p.m. at the
home of Mrs. Hugh Keeler of 660
Barton Drive to honor all newcomers
to the organization.
Anyone who is faced with trans-
portation difficulties for the evening
may call Mrs. Leonard Meretta at

5489 who is making special arrange-
ments to accomodate those who would
be otherwise forced to miss the tea.
Sgt. I)ay invites Students
All women, particularly those who
went on the recent Romulus Air Base
tour, are invited to visit Sgt. Virginia
Day at the new WAC headquarters in
the First National Building for any
additional' information on the Air
WACs.
6716 Calls
for Gibbs Secretaries

Ann Kuchar, '45, Audrey Sheridan.
'45, Virginia Bishop. '5, Betty Jones.
'45, MargD Brown. '45, and Miss Die-
trich, in al itin i siin in : :( dAn-
cing chor'us .
lPatr's LUh l
J OSepin i! iTOlmlit. '45, 35is mC :hs~.
(.1 CotUll(S, 8PnU Frah Geldon'gp, '46.
and Cam Pishe'. '46. make-uo.
Pattuj s uicluded President In
Mu;;. Ruhif. nl, 'i ;;Pi';si!:-?;L :and~
Mns. S. V. Shidh Dean J. Beardsley,
Dean Alice Lloyd, Mis. Byri Backer.
Miss Jeannette Perry, Assistant Dsan
and Mrs. '. B. Ray, Reistrar and
Mrs. C. M. Smith, Dr. Margaret Bell.
Miss Ethel McCormick, Mrs. Rober
Burton. Mrs. S. Beach Conger, Missr
Maric Ua't'ig, Miss Rhoda Riddig,
Miss Mary Reynolds.
Notice Given
Of N\e wJGP
A 'Y'
/Appoimen ts'
Directing the campus sale of warl
bonds and stamps, the 1944-45 cen-
tral committee of Junior Girl's Pro-
ject will assume its duties under the
chairmanship of Nora McLaughlin,
'46, Alpha Chi Omega, Marilyn May-
er, president of Judiciary announced
yesterday.
The newly appointed assistant
chairman is 'Franec Goldberg, '46,
Martha Cook, the secretary, Betty
Vaughan, 46, Kappa Alpha Thet4,
and treasurer, Jane Arner, '46. Gam-
ma Phi Beta.
In charge of league house sales is
Rita Bregman, '46, Colvin House;
dormitory sales. Claire Macauley, '46,

tinmited Number To 3c Placed
At Union, League, Bookstores;
Bean Guessers Vie for Prize
TiCkets forthe Uniers son-
s$:Iered "Sori)t Swing" to be held from
i:30 pm. to iuidnigl e Saturday, May
13 at Watsrmafn Gym. are on sale
Iodayv at the Union and League desks
and local bookstores.
Only a limited number of tickets
v:, K' sold. Next to each ticket
ooth will he a large hottle of beans.
Each purehase r may write his own
tiln'e and that of t }is (late next to
the,( number n ,his ticket, plus the
.nimbr of hc( .; he i sses to be in
At the -ance, tho;e who guessed
rost ac('urately the number of beans
will be presented with gift certifi-
cates, donation , of local merchants.
irntltling 1-m to merchandise in
their respective stores.
The dance will be informal and
wil1 feature the music of Sonny Dun-
ham and his orchestra. It is another
feature sponsored by the University'
to provide entertainment and relaxa-
tion for students and servicemen.
The University has already presented
"Victory Varieties" in an effort to
give mole enjoyment to the men and
women attending the college.
Sonny Dunham has appeared here
previously at Soph Prom in 1941.
His success as a bandleader was pre-
ceded by solo stardom. He also played
with Glen Gray and his Casa Loma
Orchestra.
Golf Club Opens
Meresh ip
It's time to dust off the golf clubs
that have been taking up space in
some closet all winter and put them
to use. according to Barbara Wallace,
'45Ed, president of Pitch and Putt
Club, the University women's golf
association.

Camp Leader
Training Given
Interlochen Music Camp To Be
Site of Youth Counselor Work
Application blanks for undergradu-
ate women interested in enrolling in
the University's program for thei
training of camp counselors, physical
education teachers, and recreational
leaders at the National Music Camp
at Interlochen from July 3 to Aug.
26, are available in Rm. 15 at Bar-
hour Gymnasium, according to Dr.
Laurie E. Campbell, assistant pro-
fessor of Physical Education for Wo-
men.
A new program offered by the Uni-
versity for the summer session in:
addition to the regular summer mu-
sic camp, the courses in organized
camping, camp counseling, recrea-x
I tional leadership, life saving. sports,
crafts and dance will be taught in a
physical laboratory, because all the
natural facilities of the camp will be
at the disposal of the students.
fHours May Be Earned
The program is designed to give
practical experience in the basic
phases of organized camping, and a
maximum of eight semester hours
may be earned by students during
the eight week camp season.
Fees and expenses for the eight
weeks at Interlochen are comparable
to those of the regular summer ses-
sion on the University campus. All
camp property-including sailboats,
canoes, tennis courts, riding stables,
badminton courts, etc.,-are made
available to the students who will live
in modern dormitory cabins, each
housing from 12 to 16 people.
Counselorships will be given to
college students interested in acting
as cabin counselors, in addition to
enrolling, in the program, and room
and board will be the remuneration
for the service which will require
about four hours' time daily.
500 Acres of Woodland
Further information about the
camp sessions and the counselorships
may be secured in Rm. 15 at Barbour
Gymnasium or from Dr. Campbell or
any other members. of the camp
staff.
Located in the heart of Michigan's
vacationland, the camp consists of
500 acres of woodland and is near
Traverse City. Annually famous for
its Interlochen Bowl concerts and
radio broadcasts, Interlochen is visit-
ed yearly by noted artists in the mu-
sic world, and this is the first year
that the camp has broadened its pro-
gram to include camp counseling.
Only 200 seniors have obtained
their caps and gowns, Monna
Heath announced yesterday.
Miss Heath urged that all senior
women secure, theirs today, be-
cause they are necessary for admit-
tance to Senior Night.

LT. (jg) ELIZABE'TJx M. ROBILLARD will be stationed in the League
today and tomorrow to nterview a l wmen interested in joining the
Coastguard Reserve. LI. Robilird great grandmother was a Light-
house Keeper in (alifornia. Phu( fourtesy of SPARS.
* ** * *
Coast Guard Women's Reserve
SendsRcr eTede Today

Office-Holders
To Be Installed
At Cereony
Appointments will be revealed, new
office-holders installed, outstanding
women recognized and scholarships
awarded as part of the program of
Installation Night which is to be
held at 8 p.m. 'Tuesday in Rackharn
Auditorium.
Mme. Betty Barzin, Belgian refu-
gee and noted author, will speak on
"America Through Belgian Eyes."
Mme. Barzin, who left her country a
short time before it fell under Nazi
domination, has wri ten for Life,
Time and Fortune.
New Council To Preside
In accordance with tradition the
retiring councils and chairmen will
install the new appointees. After
their installment the 1944-45 Wo-
men's War Council and Judiciary
Council will preside over the remain-
der of the program.
The new Assembly and Panhellenic
Councils will take office as will the
newly appointed committee chairmen
and members of the various class
projects. The 1944-45 Women's Ath-
letic Association Board will take of-
fice, and the names of orientation
advisors for the coining year will be
announced.
Spring Tping Ceremony
Mortarboard and Senior Society
will do their spring tapping. For the
first time this year, Mortarboard will
honor freshman women who have
made some outstanding contribution
to the University.
Included in the Installation Night
ceremonies will be the awarding of
the. three Ethel McCormick scholar-
ships of $100 each and the presenta-
tion of the Alice Lloyd scholarships.
Rec Rally Proceeds
Spent for War Bond
Proceeds from the Rec Rallies and
the WAB bowling alleys made it pos-
sible for the WAA Board to purchase
a one hundred dollar War Bond after
all expenses for the year were deduc-
ted, according to Phyllis Present, '44,
treasurer of WAA.
The Women's Athletic Association
had already subscribed $7,000 in War
Bonds, from the fund built up
through the years to finance a swim-
ming pool for women. When the
bonds are redeemed, the swimming
pool will be a reality.
Other proceeds which made pos-
sible the purchase of the bond came
from Crop and Saddle, Rifle Club
and other WAA organizations.
Chi Omega announces the recent
pledging of Martha Allen, '47, Evans-
ton, Ill.; Enid Byrne, '46, Essex Falls,
N.J.; Lila Kleber, '46, Rogers City,
Mich.

Lt. j.g
YeomanI
the Univei
day and t
recruit for
serve of
Guard.
Family
Lt. Robill
United S
great-gran
keeper an
grandmoth
for 46 yea
Viil-ant fn

Martha Cook, and sororities, Jane To qualify for membership in Pitch Fo' te
Strauss, '46, Sigma Delta Tau. and Putt Club, women are required For the
STto play nine holes of golf at the widow wa
The publicity campaign will be University Golf Course and turn in only two
directed by Ann Schutz, '46, Marta their scoi'es at the WAB on or before ment of h
Cook. Toddy Martz, '46, Kappa Delta, May 15. Members of the club will be dent Theo
Je pan othki n gs '46,Chi Omeg, avd selected on the basis of their interest had his p
bJ in charge of booths. in golfing and their general golfing Lt. Rob
_rt I ability. The names of the women the Unive
accepted' into membership will be Angeles in
Assembly Peti tipnS announced May 21 in The Daily, age of 21
The four women who report the sion as an
May Be Presen ted lowest scores for nine holes of golf Intrigued1
will form the University women's golf She has
During Interviews team, with the four women with the some day
next lowest scores becoming alter- will be as
Applicants for the five positions on nates. All eight women will be ac- or aids ii
Assembly board may bring their peti- corded free play on the University visit any
tions to their interviews which will be Golf Course for the rest of the golfing weather sl
held from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. today season. never pas
For further information, call Miss Barbara
and tomorrow and from 9 a.m. to Wallace at 24514. Tampa, F]
noon Saturday in the undergraduate
office of the League. - --- -
"Leadership and enthusiasm are 1I
the prime requisites for these posi-
tions. Petitioners need not have had.r -
a great deal of experience previously.U
We are looking for 'new faces' and
new ideas,' Doris Barr, president of
Assembly, explained. TH"I M ,SIHI 0
In order to make the board a rep-
resentation of independent women,
the selection should be made from __

.) Maxton Roliliard and
Barbara Woods will risit
tsity for the first tme to-
onorrow in he Legue
r the SPARS, Womenst Re
the United Stats Cos
tradition was followed by
ard when she jozned the
tates Coast Guard. HTr
ndfather was a lig hthouse
d upon his death the great
her carried on his duties
rs.
or 46 Years
following 46 years the
as absent from the light
nights. The proudest mo--
er life was the day t'resi-
dore t 'Teddy") Roosevelt
icturei .aken at her igt
illard went strai thit i'i'oin
rsity of California in Lsf
to the Coast Guard at tl1 ip
and received her omnim-
ensign in May 193.
by Coast Stations
expressed t13 (iopet in
while in the service she
signed to lig t lIiouse work
n navigation. Chances to
Coast Guard lighthouse
hip, or weather sea tionl'a'
sed up by the lieutenant.
Woods, Yeoman 3-c f .'
la. was a member of Kappa

Alpaa 'T'heta at Florida State College
o joining the SPARS. Her father
dentist in Detroit.
' V'e SPARS will talk to all women
mt erested in either joining the Coast
(-Iuard or in learning more about its
reQiui' ements and duties.
Many New Duties
On shore stations the Coast Guard
SPARS are taking over an increasing
number of billets freeing Coast
Guardsmen for other duties they
must perform.
Thev serve as air tower control
operator. secretaries, bookkeepers
and hundreds of other desk jobs that
thleWise would be filled by men.
hl'iey are taking over many jobs in
remmunication and supply divisions.
Many SPARS are assigned to fields
4wileire they serve as photographers,
! rr.ma(cist's mates, draftsmen, ra-
diomen, dental assistants, and in
rti er specialized capacities. In all,
ai;proxiinately 20 different ratings
ar' now open to members of the
\.mcnn' Reserve of the U.S. Coast
(xlBu Reserve.

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many girls coming from direrent
dormitories and league houses.
The five positions available are
those of president, vice-president inI
charge of league houses, vice-presi-
dent in charge of dormitories, pub-
licity chairman and secretary-treas-
urer.
Next year's Assembly board has
been reorganized so that both the
dormitories and league houses will be
separate groups and still belong to
the larger group of Assembly Associa-
tion. Both vice-presidents will be in,

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cnarge of boards of helir own com- - a ---" s- - - -
posed of representatives from their 308 SOUTH STATE STREET
respective constituents.
Petitions are available in Miss Mc-
Cormick's office in the League. - -- - - -
It's a DREAM of a Play
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9 MUSICfL COMEDY
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COLLINS'
Clearance
Selected Groups of
Formerly 25 00 to 32 95
Formerly 35 00 to 49.95
High Fashion Suits including
K. Wragge originals.:. black,
navy, pastels, plaids and
checks.
Juniors' - Misses' - Womens' Sizes

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