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P1 Phi Honors
Ely Culbertson
Members of Pi Beta Phi sorority
entertained Ely Culbertson at a din-
ner yesterday.
Other guests were Prof. and Mrs.
Preston W. Slosson, Prof. and Mrs.
James K. Pollock, Prof. and Mrs.
Howard Y. McClusky, Prof. and Mrs.
Kenneth G. Hance, Prof. and Mrs.
William B. Wilcox and Prof. Lional
H. Laing.
Executive officers of the Post-War
Council were also present.

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Petitioning Begins
For Frosh Advisors
Women interested in acting as
freshman orientation advisors in
February, July or October, are asked
to fill out petition blanks and to
sign for an interview before the Ju-
diciary Council, Ann MacMillan, '44,
president, announced yesterday.
Petitions may be turned in Dec. 2
through Dec. 7. Interviews will be
held from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 8
through Dec. 15, and from 9 a.m. to
12 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 11.
Women who served as advisors last
fall are asked to serve again. They
need not re-petition.

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Hospital Honor'
Roll Shows
11 Volunteers
"The November honor roll of hos-
pital volunteers who worked twelve
or more hours is composed of eleven
workers," Carol Evans, '46, chairman
of soph project, announced yesterday.
Barbara Defnet, '46, heads the roll
with 28 hours. Nita Carrite, '46, and
Harriet Pierce, '46, are next with 211
and 18 hours respectively. The other
honor volunteers are Ellen Vinacke,
'46, Patricia Woodruff, '46, Dorothy
Brody, '46, Mary Bartley, '46, Onna-
lee Anderson, '46, Avery Grant, '47,
Janet Morgan, '46, and Carolyn
Brown, '46.
The total monthly report showed
a total of 920 hours of work volun-
teered by University coeds. The cen-
tral committee of soph project, which
supervises the volunteer corps, is
planning to post three charts in the
volunteer offices at University hos-
pital showing the numbers of hours
contributed by residents of each dor-
mitory, League and sorority house.
Credit will be given to each house
on a percentage basis taken from the
number of hours of work and the
number of women in the house.
Volunteers are especially needed
on Monday, Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday evenings, and during the
mornings and afternoons on Satur-
day and Sunday. Residents of Stock-
well and Mosher-Jordan are urged to
work during the evening because of
the short distance from their resi-
dences to the Hospital.
"An ofientation meeting will be
held next week," Miss Evans an-
nounced. "The definite date will be
given later." Miss Evans suggested
that all women who are interested in
volunteer work, but who have not
definitely decided to work, should at-
tend the meeting.
- Be A Goodfellow -
Don't Throw
Waste Paper
Groping for waste paper tossed
carelessly into the hedges is the lat-
est headache of the '47 Corps. Vol-
unteers, with scratched faces and
aching backs, wonder where all the
candy wrappers, cigarette packages,
crumpled lecture notes, and quiz pa-
pers come from.
The '47 Corps is appealing to stu-
dents and servicemen to "Help Keep
the Campus Clean." Marcia Sharpe,
chairman, said,. '

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Hockey Team
Skating talent of a calibre quite
unknown to Ann Arbor's rink will
flash onto the ice as the Junior Girls'
Project "Bond Bombers," the Uni-
versity's first women's ice hockey
team, clashes with a mysterious op-
ponent between halves of the Michi-
gan-London A.C. match at 8 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 11, at the Coliseum.
"We're keeping the identity of our
star center in the safe with our war
bond and stamp money," Peg Weiss,
'43, JGP publicity chairman and
coach of the "Bombers" said yester-
day. "But we guarantee hockey fans
an unforgettable performance by one
of the most glamorous of contem-
porary skaters. We were very fortu-
nate to sign such a figure for our
team.
"Real ice hockey is probably the
most exciting and intense game there
is," she continued, "and JGP's hock-
ey will be at least interesting, and
will probablybe eintense, too. Every-
one should enjoy the combination.
"Pre-game predictions? Anything
can happen, but it's safe to say we'll
sweep the game." The "Bombers" are
using a unique type of hockey stick,
commonly known as a broom.
Also in the fray will be Sybil Han-
sen and Ruth Mary Picard, '45, Mar-
cia Sharpe, Georgianna Leslie, and
Joan Frantz, '45A, Ruth Weinberg,
'46, and Sarah Lee Dunn and Terry
Schulz, '47. The coach announced
yesterday that further players are
being recruited. Anyone who would
like to participate in the game is
urged to call Peg Weiss at Martha
Cook, 2-3225.
The game is in the nature of pub-
licity for the juniors' all-out drive
for $30,000 in war bonds and stamps
for the 1943-44 term.

By MARGE HALL and
BETTY KORASH
In response to demands by men
students attending the University,
the University Skating Club has
opened its membership to them, ac-
cording to Nancy Upson. '44. chub
manager, and they are invited to at-
tend the club meetings held from 3:30
p.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekly at the Coli-
seum.
"Although the club has been in op-
eration for only a year, membership
has been exceedingly good," Miss
Upson added, "and we have been
able to expand to the extent that we
can include men students, either
undergraduate or graduate, and serv-
icemen on campus, officers and en-
listed men alike."
Requirements Not Difficult
Requirements for admission to the
club include the ability to skate for-
wards and backwards and the own-
ership of a pair of figure skates. A
person does not have to be an ex-
perienced skater to belong to the
club, and the objective of the organ-
ization is to teach the rudiments as
well as the advanced techniques of
figure skating to interested persons.
r The highlight of the season's activ-
ity results in participation in the an-
nual Ice Carnival sponsored by the
Ann. Arbor Figure Skating Associa-
tion, but during the year the Uni-
versity Club operates independently.
Individual Instruction Offered
Individual . as well as group in-
struction will be offered to new mem-

bers, and plans have also been form-
ed to teach those who wish to special-
ize in particular fields of skating, for
example, dancing on ice.
If the regular club meeting times
are not convenient for men who wish
to join the club, they may call Miss
Upson at 22569. She will also be
able to give further details about the
club activities.
A member of the United States
Figure Skating Association, Miss Up-
son has studied under prominent
teachers for several years and has
proved herself a competent instruc-
tor in the basic as well as the ad-
vanced rudiments of figure skating.
Nand .
Engagements
The wedding of Florence A. Light,
daughter of Mrs. Sidney D. Light and
the late Mr. Light of Detroit and Avi-
ation Cadet Paul E. Neuman, USAAF,
son of Mrs. Amber E. Neuman of
Royal Oak and Wencil A. Neuman of
Philadelphia, took place Oct. 30.
The bride is a senior at the uni-
versity and is a member of Alpha
Omicron Pi. Prior to his enlistment
Cadet Neuman was a student at the
University.

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University Skating Club Opens
Membership to Men Students

WAA SCHEDULE
:'. O Oii. Whil Ow ~aptOld
Gamma vs. Alpha Chi Omega.
7 :30 p.m. tomorrow: Geddes
House vs. Betsy Barbour; Mosher
vs. Chi Omega.
5:20 p.m. Tuesday: Pi Beta Phi
vs. winner of Mosher-Chi Omega
game: Stockwell vs. winner of Ged-
des House-Betsy Barbour game.
7:30 p.m. Tuesday: Zone I vs.
winner of Kappa Delta-Martha
Cook game: Alpha Phi vs. Jordan.
Games to be played Wednesday
and Thursday will be announced
later.
Ski Club:
5:15 p.m. tomorrow in the small
lounge of the WAB.
Figure Skating:
3:30 p.m. tomorrow and Friday at
the Coliseum.
University Women's Riding Club:
6:15 p.m. Tuesday in front of
Barbour Gym.
Fencing Class:
8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the fencing
room at Barbour Gym.
La Crosse Club:
4:30 p.m. Wednesday at Palmer
Field.

Modern Dance Club:
7:30 p.m. Wednesday in
dance studio at Barbour Gym.
Ballet Club:
7:30 p.m. Wednesday in
dance studio at Barbour Gym.

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Tap Club:
" 8:30 p.m. Thursdayin the dance
studio at Barbour Gym.
Crop and Saddle:
6:15 p.m. Thursday in front of
Barbour Gym.

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Junior Girls' Project will sell war
bonds as well as stamps between 4
p.m. and 5 p.m. at the booth in the
League Lobby Monday through Fri-
day for the remainder of the semes-
ter it was announced yesterday by
Jean Loree, '45, chairman of booths.
The Stevens Cooperative House,
816 Forest Ave., will hold an open
house from 4:00 p.m. to 6 p.m. today.
Everyone interested in cooperatives
and in living in a cooperative house
is invited.

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