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THE-:MIC11IGAN DA ILYYPAC

Alpha Chi Omega Elects New Officers
Dorothy Pugsley, '45, was recently urer; Irene Turner, '45Ed, recording
elected president of Alpha Chi Ome- secretary; Joan Ross, '45, rushing
ga sorority. Other officers chosen chairman; Peg Laubengayer, 45Ad,
are: Pat Dillenbeck, '45Ed, vice-pres- social chairman; Georgianna Leslie,
ident; Glory King, '46, corresponding '45A, activitites chairman; and Bar-
secretary; Glen McDaniel, '45, treas- bara Gross, '45, athletic manager.

roup Seeks
Coed Chairman

'Spring Swing' To Be Attended
By Tom H armon, Elyse Knox

Unit Head Announces Interviews
Interviewing for the positions of ed yesterday by Harriet Fischel, '45,
packer, receiver, publicity chairman, head of the unit.
Sequipment chairman and recorder on The interviews will be held from
3 to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow and from
the new central committee of the 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Surgical Dressing Unit was announc- League.

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For Committee
Applicants for Head of Next
Year's Bomber Scholorship
To Be Interviewed Tomorrow
The Bomber Scholarship Commit-
tee, headed by Jean Bisdee, '44, will
interview applicants for the coed
co-chairmanship of the 1944-45 com-
mittee between 3:15 and 5:15 tomor-
row in the League.
Sophomore, junior and first-semes-
ter senior women may apply for the
position, which will be shared with a
member of the Union staff. The new
Bomber Scholarship Committee will
consist of Union and League mem-
bers who will work on projects to
increase the Bomber Scholarship
Fund, which has to date reached ap-
proximately $25,000.
Petitions, which may be secured
from the League social director from
10 a.m. to noon and from 1:30 p.m.
to 4 p.m. today, must be filled out
and brought to the interview. In
addition to information requested on
the blanks, applicant is asked to state
tier prospective date of graduation,
whether or not she expects to attend
the summer term or session, and her
ideas for projects and publicity for
Bomber Scholarship.
The goal of the Bomber Scholar-
ship group is $100,000, which is put
into war bonds to buy a bomber now,
and will be used for post-war schol-
arships for returning servicemen. The
fund has leached its present mark
through donations and the sponsor-
ing of dances, concerts, a carnival
and various other functions.
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Say it with a flowered
frock on Mother's Day.
Tell her that she's pretty
. . tell her that she's
smart... tell her that
you love her with one of
the most charming dresses

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Sonny Dunham's Orchestra
To Play at Saturday Dance
Special added attraction at the
University "Spring Swing," to be
held from 9 p.m. until midnight Sat-
urday at Waterman Gym, will be the
appearance of Lt. Tom Harmon and
his fiancee, movie actress Elyse Knox,
who will be in town for the affair.
Little more than a year ago, Miss
Knox and Sonny Durham, whose 'out-
standing orchestra is the featured
entertainment for the dance, were in
Hollywood making a picture together.
Since the Hollywood rumor-mongers
have already had their say, the meet-
ing of the three celebrities before the
student body of Harmon's alma
mater should be of special interest.
Tickets on Sale
Tickets will continue to be on sale
at the League and Union lobby desks
and at local bookstores. Only a lim-
ited number have been placed-on sale
and tickets wil be sold until this
number disappears. Servicemen may
purchase their tickets at the Univer-
sity office outside of Rm. 2 in Univer-
sity Hall, beginring tomorrow.
Next to each ticket booth has been
placed a large jug of beans. Each
purchaser may write his own name

and that of his date next to the
number of his ticket, plus the number
of beans he guesses to be in the jug.
So far, the guesses have ranged from
200 to 12,000.
Guessing To Continue
Bean guessing will continue until
Thursday, when the bean jugs will be
collected and counted. Awards will
be presented at the dance to the
person who guesses most accurately
the number of beans in the jug where
he purchased his tickets. These
awards have been the donations of
local State Street merchants and will
be presented in the form of door
prizes.
The dance will be informal and
Dunham's orchestra, which ranks as
one of the top-flight bands in the
country, will present a variety of new
songs featuring his new singers.
Sonny Dunham and his orchestra
have appeared here previously at
Soph Prom in 1941. His success as a
bandleader was preceded by solo star-
dom. He also played with Glen Gray
and his Casa Loma orchestra.
4 MONTH INTENSIVE
Secretarial Course for
College Students and Graduates
A thorough, intensive, secretarial
course - starting February, July,
October. Registration now open.
Regular day and evening school
throughout the year. Catalog.
A School of Business
Preferred by College Men and Women
THE GREGG COLLEGE
President, John Robert Gregg, S.C.D.
Director, Paul M. Pair, M.A.
6 N. Michigan Ave. Telephone STAte 1881
Chicago, Ill.

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excellent collection of Wo-
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sheers and dress cottons.

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Permit Recruits
To Graduate
Advantages of the WAC 120-day
plan were outlined by Lt. Barbara
Bethel Rogers of the Women's Army
Corps, to Miss Ethel McCormick, so-
cial director of the League, in a re-
cent interview.
Under this new plan, University
women may register for service now,
take all preliminary examinations ex-
cept the medical, and not be subject
to active call within a maximum of
120 days.
Vacation Permitted
"This permits," Lt. Rogers said, "a
woman to plan her job for the du
ration now, before graduation, and
gives her a secure feeling that she
has been accepted. She is free to
continue with her studies now, and
may even take a vacation after grad-
uation before entering active serv-
ice.7
There are now nearly 70,000 women
in the' WAC doing 239 different mili-
tary jobs, here and overseas. Al-
though the women begin their train-
ing as members of the WAC, they
eventually wear the insignia of the
branch of the Army with which they
serve.
Positions Are Varied
. Woman Army officers are serving
on the War Department General
Staff and with the American Embassy
in London. The Army's enlisted wo-
men are weather observers with the
Air Corps in England, ballistics spe-
cialists with ordnance, medical tech-
nicians at Army hospitals, photog-
raphers with the Signal Corps, lin-
guists with Psychological Warfare,
and artists with Morale Services.
Further details of the WAC may
be obtained by talking with Lt. Rog-
ers, who is stationed at the League
recruiting booth.
University ToOffer
Special Swimming
Course May 15-27
A series of courses for the Red
Cross aquatic instructor certificate
will be given for coeds and men by
the Women's Physical Education De-
partment, May 15 through May 27.
Members of the class, who must
hold senior life-saving certificates,
should be at least 19 years old, and
must complete 15 hours of instruc-
tion given by a field representative
of the American Psed Cross.
Students who are 18 years old may
take this non-credit class with spe-
cial permission if they have their
senior certificates and have a life-
saving job for the summer.
Students interested in this course
may sign up in the office of Barbour
Gymnasium before Friday, May 12.
The time and place of the first meet-
ng will be announced soon.
The first meeting of the newly
formed Women's War Council will
take place at 5 p.m. tomorrow in
the Council Room at the League.
All members tnust be present, ac-
cording to Marjorie Hall, '45, presi-
dent of the Council.

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Her fur coat went out with
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