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May 12, 1944 - Image 4

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M MAXT: ;MAT W, 1944

Pan-Hel Council
Reveals Plans
The newly-appointed Panhellenic
Council has announced petitioning
for War Activities, Rushing and Pub-
licity committees, according tQ Peg
Laubengayer, '45, president.
Petitions must be turned in to Miss
Laubengayer by 5 p.m. Monday. In-
terviewing will be held from 3 p.m. to'
5 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday in the
undergraduate office of the League.
The war activities committee, which
will work with Marcia Sharpe, '45,
vice-president, will assist in collect-
ing the war activities sheets and in
getting the affiliated women into
more war activities.
Joyce Livermore, rushing secretary,
will head that committee to draw up
plans for the next formal' rushing
season. After plans willthave been
made, the committee will take charge
of the rushing files and answer any
inquiries as to the rushing regula-
Club To Bicycle to Saline
WAA Outdoor Sports Club will
make a youth hostel trip this week
end, leaving from the WAB at 2:30
p.m. tomorrow. They will bicycle out
to Saline Valley Farm, stay overnight
and return in time for dinner Sunday.
Lee Wellman, '46, is the manager
of the trip.

quito bombers, attacking at low level with delayed action and incendiary
bombs, destroy building in Hague housing documents vital to the
Germans. Tower in center background is on Peace Palace in the Nether-

lands City. This is a British official
Open House To Be Held
Collegiate. Sororsis sorority will
hold an open house from 7:30 to 9:30
p.m. today at the chapter house, Mrs.
Boaler Rowles and Mrs. John Winder
will chaperon.

-Associated Press Photo

Tag Day Posts

Mosher Hall
Jordan Hall

. ......,.'University Hospital
... Couzens Hall

Police Launch
Drive Against
The state wide canpaign against
motorists guilty of driving with faulty
brakes or other defective equipment
is going full blast, Ann Arbor Police
Chief Sherman H. Mortenson said
The drive was launched after state
traffic officials became alarmed at
a threatened state-wide increase in
traffic accidents.
Chief Mortenson stated that a re-
cent spot check conducted by State
Police revealed that approximately
86,000 Michigan passenger cars are
in poor mechanical condition.
In urging drivers to have their
cars placed in safe driving condition
immediately, Chief Mortenson called
attention to the fact that cars are
wearing out more rapidly now, and
should be checked regularly and fre-
quently by a competent garage or
service station repairman.
A pamphlet, entitled "You're only a
Foot from Trouble," will be handed
to every motorist stopped for a traf-
fic law violation. A brake test will
also be given by law enforcement of-
Posters carrying the same warning
as the pamphlet and urging motorists
to have their brakes checked are now
being displayed by garages, service
stations and parts dealers throughout
the state.
Stevens To Talk
At Hillel Today
Professor A. Stevens of the English
department in the literary college
will speak on the topic "The War and
'The Golden Age'" before Hillel stu-
dents following religious services
which begin at 7:30 p.m. today, at the
Hillel Foundation.
Services will be conducted by Elliot
Organick, '44E, and Harvey Weisberg,
A-S, and will be followed by a social
hour under Thelma Zeskind, '46, at
which Mrs. Oscar Shorr and Mrs.
Robert Allen, senior hostesses at the
Foundation, will serve refreshments.
Hillel Student Council Will
Meet with New Officers
The present Hillel student council
will meet with the newly elected
o members at 10 a.m. Sunday in the
, Foundation lounge, Stan Wallace, '44,
i president of the Foundation, an-
. ounced today.
The council will be addressed by
y Mr. Robert Lappen of Des Moines
, Iowa, member of the National Hillel
, Foundation Commission of the B'nai
, B'rith, who will make his annual visit
n to the University chapter today
through Sunday.

LANfS1NG, May VI. - 'U -itut
Governor Eugene C. Keyes announe-;
ed today he would seek renomination,
and Dad abandoned the idea of seek-
ing the Republican nomination for
governor in a fight with Governor
Kelly filed his petitions as a candi-
date for renomination, and so did
Keyes. Each said he had 25,000 sig-
natures from all counties of the state.
Buy War Bonds!
Mother's Day
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or rayon silk
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or service weight
96c to $1.08
Also plain cotton or meshes
$1.00 to $1.50
Gowns -Slips -Reading Jackets

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Keyes Gives Up Price To Present Recital Today
St Cdid c f Percival Price, Uni esit y caroonrebe
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Carillon ial a 1 day In
the Burton Meniosia lTower.
Highlighting the evening's recital
will be Prof. Price's own "Sonata for
43 Bells," composed by him during
1935 in Vienna.


en at 3 pin. Sunday, Also a wood-
wind recital under the direction of
Prof. William D. Revelli will be pre-
sented by members of the University
Band and School of Music at 8:30
p.m. Thursday in the Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre.

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Collegiate Sorosis . . Romance Lang. Bldg.
Gamma Phi Beta .......,. ,...Union Steps
Kappa Alpha Theta ..., Center Diagonal
Kappa Kappa Gamma .. Engineering Arch
Chi Omega ..........Behind the Library
Washtenaw House .......Front of League
Pi Beta Phi..NW Corner Main-Washington
Stockwell Hall ...... Front WA B, Behind
Alpha Gamma Delta........... East Quad
Martha Cook................... Law Quad
Tri Delta .. Between Clements Library and
Ruthven Home
Alpha Omicron Pi..North Door, West Quad
Alpha Delta Pi .... Between 'U' High and
Architecture School
Helen Newberry .. Arcade at State Street
Alpha Phi , . .. Corner E', University and
S. University
Geddes House .........Angell Hall Steps
Alpha Epsilon Phi .... SW Corner Main
and Washington
Day House ... Corner State-N. University
Zeta Tau Alpha .. SW Corner Main-Liberty
Alpha Xi Delta..NW Corner Main-Williams
Delta Gamma .. N. End Angell Hall (back)
Sigma Delta Tau..NE Corner Main-Liberty
Betsy Barbour ... SE Corner State-Liberty
Kappa Delta .......Front of Alumna Hal
klpha Chi Omega..SE Corner Main-Williams
Speech Group To Present
Original Radio Drania
"Wild Cherry," an original radi
drama by Armida Koivisto, Grad.M
will be presented by Professor David
Owen's speech group at 2:30 p.m
today over Station WKAR.
The program will be announced by
Barbara Hulbert, Blanche Holpar
Jean Westerman, Dorothy Turner
Mavis Kennedy, Dorothy Wenzel
Charles Benjamin and Paul Davidson
will take part in the broadcast.

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