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WE1NSDAr, NOV. A, 1SS THE MICHIGAN DAILY
11ne Band To Be Featured ft BomberScholarshif

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DancE

Tryouts Invited
To Meet Friday
Opportunities, Jobs Are Many
For Enterprising New Students
All women, including first semester
fre&ewn, inwres in w"Jong on
the womien's y of the pfily are
nvited to attend a Meetig at'4:30
p. m. Frid7ay tt he Nbl cations
Puilding.
The meeting scheduled for Wednes-
day has be uchanged to Friday in
order to avoid conflict with the
freshman meeting.
With women enrollment dominat-
rg that of th men by nearly seven
to one, women's news fias attaine
nprecedented inprtance. -The new-
ly formed Wpsilen's War Council is
today the nucleus of all women's ac-
tivities. News from this organization,
w(=en's Asomiaited Press news, fash-
ion features and in2numerable other
fields are covered in the women's se-
tion.
Coeds "try olt" for six months or
less and are then in a position, tp be
appointed a junior night editor. Try-
outs are assigned immediately to
beats, are expected to do some writ-,
ing of their own, and spend one night
a week froni 5 p. m. to about- 7:30,
p. m. on night desk assisting the night
editor.
"With the rapi W turn-over in per-
sonnel because of the acclerated
program, oppartiptiy for advance-
ment on the woman's page .is espe-
cially good," etty Harvey, Daily
Woman's Editor stated. "Any try-out
who is willing to .learn has a very
good chance f6r . junior job Within a
relatively short time."
WAA Not ces
An important meeting fpr a41 hpuse
athletic inanagers wil be rlld at 4:30
p. n. today in the WB, ,Sheby DiedI-;
rich, '45; intraniural sports mnanager,l
has . alounved. Plans for the yeary
will be discussed, and time prefer-
ences for pollpy 1 a:Mps will be
aecepteO, vngley al betig t first f
team sport of the season to be in op-
eration. t
- All persons interested in playing'
la erosse are requested to meet withc
Pat &aniels, '46, club manager, at1
4:15 . m. today at the WAB for
the purpose of forming the club.
Helen Masson, :'46, .hockey chair-
F roan, wil meet prospe tive hockey
payers at 4:30 p. m. tomorrow at the
CAB.

Judiciary Body
Asks Petitions
ForTwo Pot
Petitioning for two positions on
Judiciary Committee will be held
from 3 p. m. to. 5 p. x4. tomorrow
through Saturday, it vas .announced
yesterday by Ann MacMillan, chair-
man.
Interviewing will be held from 4
p. in. to 5 p. i. Monday and Tuesday
of next week. All petitions must be
filled out and returned to the Under-
graduate office of . the :League by
coon, Saturday. Any Junior dr first
semester senior zigy petition.
Judiciary Committee is responsible
for enforcing the University rules and
regulations for women, and for pun-
ishing offenders. Coeds who have too
many latenesses or who have violated
some of the other war time restric-
tions must be interviewed by the
council.
In addition the cquncil selects
women for many of the prominent
positions on campus. The council,
which is composed of three seniors
and two juniors, selects potential
leaders from those coeds submitting
petitions on the basis of interview
and recommends candidates to the
Women's War Council which makes
the final decision.
Surgical Dressings
Unit To Open Today;
All! Classes ]Invited
The Surgical Dressings unit will
open its doors for the semester from
1 n. m. to 5 p. m. today and tomorrow
in the game room to the League, and
members of all classes, including
freshmen, are welcome 'to participate.
it-Was announced yesterday by Mickey
Thielen, publicity chairman.
Coeds interested in becoming in-
structors are especially invited to at-
tend the first two weeks. To become
an instructor, a student must pass a
Red Cross test after working a mini-
mum of six hours at the unit.
Every coed should try to give at
least two hours of her time each week
to ma iug surgical dresuihgs this
year," Jeane Whittemore, '44, head of
the unit, stated. At present the unit
has received an emergency call as the
quota for Washtenaw County has
been doubled.
INVEST IN V ICTORY
BUY WAR BONDS

Coed Enlisting
As Marine Tells
Of Corps Needs
gy BETTY HARVEY
Daily Women's Editor
"In just about two weeks, I'll be
aboard a troop train bound for six
weeks of basic training in the Ma-
rines - then Officers' Candidate
School - and then overseas, if I'm
lucky," Dorothy Wineland, '43, said
yesterday.
Miss Wiueland has taken an active
part in Play Production and starred
in several of the Michigan Repertory
Players' offerings this summer. She
will use her training to do morale and
recreational work in Marine army
camps upon graduation from O.C.S.
"I will direct plays, work on stage
crew and make myself generally use-
ful in the job of entertaining the Ma-

First Affair
Of Fall Season
To Be NOV. 20,
Waterman Gym To Be Scene
Of Informal for Campus Fund;
Ticket Sate Begiris>Next Week
(Continued from Page 1)
As a self-sustaining organization
the Scholarship has set its goal for
1943-44 to be double that of last
year's total cf $15,000. The drive this
year is under the direction of Jean
$isdee, treasurer of the Women's War
Council. The word "bomber" refers
to the bond value of the $100,000 goal
set by this campaign. Thus. the im-
mediate use of the fund will be to
buy a bomber through the purchase
of defense bonds. The grand total of
the fund to date is $23,000.
As the dance will be one of the big-
gest social events of the semester and
as it is coming so soon, Jean Bisdee
has announced that a Date Bureau
will be opened this week-end at the
Union with an eye to providing dates
for the Prom and also to function
throughcut the semester. Both men
and women students may register at
the Union. The times for registration
will be announced later, according to
Miss Bisdee.
A big-name band is being signed
for the Prom and the committee ex-
pects to announce the choice next
week.
Tickets will be placed on sale at
the Union and the League early next
week.
War Activities
Registration

Ten Student Nurses The trip was part of a recruiting I All women students are invited
KL 'Tr to H Ital program being put on by the Red attend a lecture by Dr. Lee Vi
Make Tri p it o N SpitA' Cross in its drive to get more student cent of the Merrill Palmer Scho
Ten senior student nurses accom- nurses to join the Red Cross Student on "Marriage ?n Wartime" to 1
panied by Miss .Rhoda Reddigdirec- Reserve Corps. held at 4 p. in. at the Lydia Mei
tar of the University's School of Nurs- Transportation for the trip was 1 delsohn Theatre for freshmen a
ing, Tuesday went to the Percy Jones supplied by the Ann Arbor Red Cross at 8 p. in. at Rackhan Auditoriu
Hospital at Battle Creek. Motor Corps. for uprelassien.

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rine Corps boys," Miss Wineland con-
tinued.
Will a college graduate be assured
of getting to Officers' Training
School, Miss Wineland was asked in
the interview yesterday. "A college
degree will almost assure a candidate
of admission, but it is up to each in-
dividual girl, of course." She further
stated that if a girl has a certain
aptitude, she will probably be used in
a position which requires those spe-
cial talents. "Girls who like to write
are needed to do publicity work and
to work on the Marine magazine,
Leatherneck. File clerks, girls who
have had some experience in radio
or the theater, and all women who
have some aptitude or are willing to
learn, are badly needed."

To Begin Nov.

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OPEN

HOUSE

Women's War Council has an-
nounced that registration for wom-
en's war activities should be made by
all women from 9 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
Nov. 8' through 12 in the Undergrad-
uate Office in the League.
This year all women, including
first semester freshmen, who are not
on probation or the "warned list" are
eligible for these activities.
The Sophomore Project, consisting
of volunteer work at the University
Hospital, is open to women of all
classes. No special training is :re-
quired for this work which includes
bed-making, errand running, help-
ing in the children.'s ward, reading
mail to patients who cannot do so
themselves, and other duties. Volun-
teers must pledge at least four hours
a week to this service, which is to be
performed in two hour minimum pe-
riods. The only prerequisites are
Chest X-rays and attendance at an
orientation meeting.
Can Work at St. Joseph's
Women willing to do similar work
in St. Joseph's Hospital or who can
assist with typing and filing there
are also needed. The hours will be
the same as those for the Uniyersity
Hospital project.
The Blood Bank Unit is open two
days a month at the W.A.B. Prospec-
tive donors should register at the
League for appointments for blood
tests. Donors must weigh over a hun-
dred pounds and, if under twenty-
one, obtain parents' permission to
give blood.
The Surgical Dressings Unit, which
makes bandages and dressings for the
Red Cross, needs helpers who can put
in time between 1 p. m. and 5 p. m.
on Thursday or/and Friday after-
noons in the League.
120 Girls Needed
The Junior Project needs one hun-
dred and twenty girls to work in its
'War Stamp and Bond booths at the
League, the Main Library, and Uni-
versity Hall. Minimum time to be
spent in a booth is one hour between
9 a. m. and 4 p. m. on weekdays and
between 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. on Sat-
urdays. The committee also sends
out a "Help Wanted" for artists, writ-
ers, actors and others to promote the
selling of stamps and bonds.
A project composed of all the wom-
en on campus is the U.S.O., which
works to entertain men in uniform.
Volunteer hostesses should register
with Mrs. Robert A. Burton at Harris
Hall within the next two weeks.
Women who would like paid war
work may register in the League as
buildings and grounds workers, Uni-
versity Canteen Corps workers, ush-
ers, part time factory and clerical
workers, or other necessary occupa-
tions they are fitted to fill.
Can Do Child Care
Those interested in children are
wanted for the child care project
which assists in caring for children in
the Ann Arbor schools and doing Girl
Scout and Girl Reserve leadership
work. The 'project also will place

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