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JGP Sets Goal
Of $30,000

'PistoL-Packing 'Policewoman

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n War Bonds

Junior Women May Sign Up
For Committees Next Week
At League Registration Booth
"Junior women will attempt to help
pave the road to victory by selling
$30,000 in war stamps and bonds dur-
ing 1943-44," 'Deborah Parry, '45,.
chairman of Junior Girls Project an-
nounced yesterday.
"We are planning to reach our goal'
by selling at least $1 worth of stamps
each month to every Michigan wom,-
an," she continued. Sales in dormi-
tories and sorority houses will be ,di-
rected by house presidents. Salesmen
will be appcinted to canvass regularly
a specified number of girls. The.
stamp dinners which were originated
during the summer term will be held
every month in all. women's resi-
dences.
Uamnpus Canipali Planned
"Booths 'will be set up at strategict
places on the campus," Miss Parry
added. "A skits and songs *omittee.
will also be active In boosting sales."
Junior women interested In serv-
iug on .a JGp committee are >asked to
sign up from 8 a. m.. to 12 a. ,m. any.
day next week at a booth which will
be set up in the League.
Committees Need Workers
Women are needed on the pubk'
licity, skits and songs, and booth 1
committees. Those who signed for
committee work at the nass meeting
held last spring are asked to sign
again at- the booth.
aFormerly JGP was.anelaborate
evening's entertainment. With the
conversion cf{ all class activities to
war work, .however; Junior women
undertook their present task of sell--
in war stamps and bonds. During
the summer term JGP was headed by
Marcia Shaxpe,-'44. A camnpus car-
ijiv alwhich attracted thousands of
civilian students and servicemen was
the largest undertaking of the sumr
mer.

Glee Club To WHAT THEY NEVER TOLD US:
1Holdg:$ ryouts First Week of Classes Reveals
i S A lditbonrtfor Freshman I r a e Snares ' Ye O ld
Women To Be Held at League
-Spe-I a freshman tryouts will By NANCY GROBERG Imorose mass of "mayb
be held for freshian women inter- Now that most well-behaved class to-be-too-heavy-a-pro
ested in singing with the Women's I cards are pretty much set in their ail"-ers -- a startlin
Glee Club fom 4 p. n. to p. ways, and have decided to remain "sprint - with -me-over
y in te a where they were put-now that the demic - counselor's - of
eayu e Kn h concentration advisers are breathing drop - a - few - subject
League,"Patt Spore, '43, president their collective sigh of relief - now classes! Al glorious1
of the club, annowyced, 3esterday. that the general student body has could we ever have kn
Club, plais for the year center disbovered the intricate truths which!
around an opera to be presented in jthe catalogue does not mention in its! And in the classes t
"description of the course"- a dis- sorts of distracting i
the Spring, the Christnas concert in ease called "extensive reflection" sets suddenly produced-by
Hill Auditorium, and, frequent ap- in, and the Michigan campus takes to strong male wrist-the
pearances at campus flynctions and 1woncering.en masse, whether it tion of an attractive
benefit shows. Weekly broadcasts might'not''be a good idea to make a the fascinating view fro
from WJR will be ma during the few "programatic" changes after all. of the lecture hall. The
Spx R et i , (This catalogue did not tell
g.(This is just a fancy way of saying tg herded into classesl-
The Glee Club is directed by Wilson that people begin to find out that sdd inocses-I
Sawyer who is especially interested ' "pipe" courses often involve outside sadly misinformed-un
in using original music and in devis- reading. the little twists ande
ing new arrangeients. Members of classroom - unarmed
the club are encouraged to. work on Thus the first week of classes be- slings and arrows of o
arrangeedcts of their own ard are mes a horrible hubub--a chaotic signments.
given opportunities to conduct. = collection of course- droppers -- a Not that the other1
o Qiv n o ortu i ed .class ever make it easie
Toq 1iYge. r .killusioned.sThe studen
"Tom Sawyer," the opera which is 'Wounded Can't Wa it takes notes-the freshr
to be given in the spring, was written Given More Meaning been reading Plato on
by Wilson .Sawyer especiafl for the "I've - had - this -guy-b
Women's Glee Club. It will be the By European Battles never-bclts" species -
first opera the club has, ever pre- Iwho foresees for everyo
sented. -"With the invasion of Europe, the halfway between a D a
"Singtime," the outstanding con- casualties are mounting rapidly, and -all of them, plotting
cert given by the club last year, was as a result the need for surgical dress- cnce confident filler -
presented in Hill Auditorium and at ings has increased tremendously, cards, are part of the
the Masonic 'i'emple in Detroit for Jean Whittemore, 44 chairman of classes.
the University cdf Michigan Club. the Surgical Dressing Unit, stated re- A
Officers To Conduct Tryouts cently. And the professors!
rs nThe quota of dressings to be made professors-all kinds a
Offces o te lubwil cndctin Washtenaw County has been we here -- everythirn
the, tryouts. Miss Spore, Jean Gilman, doubled and much of this load will "Ahem - hrumph - you,
t' 4,vice-president; secretary Pat fall on the shoulders of the campus I'm - fussy - but-I'm-n
Tr,4 6; tresuer Phyllis Cra.ford, unit. The unit will be open from 1 do - insist - that - you-
'45SM; business' manager, Carol p. m. to 5 p. in. today and every cut" variety, to the "Ax
C oth'an, '44; and publicity chairman, Wednesday and Thursday in the week - of - the - semnesti
Barbara Jean White, '44Spec, belong game room of he League, have - a - slight - quiz -
to the central committee which gov- Members of all classes, including notes - in -outside-rea
erns the organization, freshmen, are asked to donate at least Whatever became of 117
Members of the club feel that two hours of their time each week to But enough of thisc
music is an important means of rolling dressings. After a coed has or later each one of us
maintaining morale during war-time. worked six hours at the unit, she is niche. Long after each
Their new slogan is "Downbeats to eligible to become an instructor by adviser has been track
help the :morale," 1 passing the Red Cross Test. attacked-long after th

Qrind'
be-it's-going-
gram - after-
g swarm of
r-to-my-aca-
fice-while-I-
s" - ers. Ah
grind! How
.wn'?
hemselves all
nfluences are
the flick of a
prestidigita-
professor-or
m the window
ese things the
us. We were
alas, alack -
prepared for
quirks of the
against the
utrageous as-
people in the
er for the dis-
Lt who never
man who has
the side-the
efore-and-he-
the prophet
ine something
and a C minus
g against the
in - of - class -
first week of
Ah yes, the
nd sizes have
ng from the
-may-think-
ot-even-if-I-
never-never-
nid-the-fifth-
er - we -will-
on-the-foot--
ding" brand.
Kr. Chips?
drivel. Sooner
will find his
concentration
ed down and
ie supplement

Enlisted Men
Invited to USO
All enlisted men and officers at-
tending the University are invited to
attend the USO dances to be held to-
morrow and Saturday in the Grand
Rapids and Kalamazoo rooms of the
League.
Both of the dances will begin at
7:30 p. m.and will end at 9:45 tomor-
row and at midnight Saturday, it was
announced yesterday by Ruthann
Bales. "For the dances this week no
USO pass will be required," she
' stated, "and we want all of the coeds
to feel free to come."
Dancing to the tunes of a juke box
will be the feature attraction of the
Grand Rapids room, while bridge,
chebkers, and other informal games
will be held in the Kalamazoo room.
Women who have signed up to work
for the USO are also reminded to
hand their two letters of reference in
to Mrs. Robert Burton in the League
Social Director's Office as soon as
possible, since all future admittance
to USO dances will require presenta-
tion of USO hostess cards which will
not be issued until reference letters
are collected.
There will be a meeting for all
Wyvern members at 4:00 p. in.
today in the League.
The WAA Board will meet at 5
p. m. today at the WAB. All memi-
bers are requested to be present.
Representatives to Pan Hellenie
will hold a meeting at 4:30 p. m. to-
mrorrcw in the League, the room
number to be posted, Mary Jime
Hastrieter, '44, has announced. It
is imperative that each sorority
have at least one representative at
the meeting.
to the supplement has turned yellow
and crumbled on the shelf-maybe in
a week or so-class lists will become
stable, and the stu dgnt body will set-
tle down at last, resigned to a new
academic fate.

Now it is women policemen at the Sutherland Paper Co mpany,
Kalamazoo, in the latest wartime move to release men for heavier jobs
inside the plant. "Of course we would shoot if the occasion demanded,"
say the trio of uniformed plant guards, believed to be the first women
to fill such jobs in Kalamazoo. - Courtesy of the Kalamazoo Gazette.
Flbosital eedsJudiciary Petitions,
Ho itl Needs' no
Are Due Saturday
?oed 'V olunteers All junior and first semester senior
womeninterested in obtaining posi-
tions on Judiciary Committee must
"The Hospital Volunteer Service return their petitions to the Under
ponsored by sophomore women is graduate Office by noon Saturday,
appealing to all University coeds to Ann MacMillan, chairman of the
aid in alleviating the staff shortage at committee, announced recently.
University Hospital," Carol Evans, Petitions may be obtained from the

j P
Twoa Key Posts Open
Positions are open on the central
commttee of JGP for two Junior
women, Deborah Parry, '45, commit-
tee chairman, announced yesterday.
Committee women are needed to
take charge of war stamp and bond
sales in dormitories and sorority
'houses. Petitions must be turned in
,o the indergraduate office in the
- League "by Saturday. They , may be
placed In Deborah Parry's box.
Interviews will be held between 3
p. 'm. and 5 p. m. on Monday and
Tuesday. The names of the women
receiving appointments will be posted
n the LeagUe.

S
a
a
t

'46, committee chairman said yester-
day.
"Women interested in volunteering
may sign up today through Nov. 12
at the League," Miss Evans an-
nounced. New students who volun-
teer for duty will be called to the hos-
pital to be interviewed and given thej
required X-ray and blood test. j
Former volunteers may go to the
hospital and be assigned to posts be-
ginning Monday, Nov. 15.

Undergraduate Office in the League
teday and tomorrow. Interviewing
will take place from 4 p. m. to 5 p. m.
Monday and Tuesday of next week.
Selecting potential leaders to fill
prominent campus positions from
among many applicants is only one of
the duties of the council. It is also
responsible for enforcing the Univer-
sity rules and regulations for women
and for punishing violators. To in-
form coeds of the rulis the council
puts out a booklet explaining the reg-
ulations in detail.

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