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To PlaCy fit Benefit Dunce

Date Bureau
To Fu n c t'on
For Fall Prom..
Irrforrn'lDance Will Be Held
FolIkwing the CO.S.U. Game,
Tickets Tb 6Go on Sale Tuesday
Glen.Gray and, his Casa. Laoma or-
chestra have been disclosed as the
"name band" to be featured at the
Bomber Scholarship DVance, 'the first
gala, affailr'of the fall season to be
hel~d from 8:30 P. in. to midnight Sat-
uday, Nov. 20, at Waterman Gym,
,,acordlng to Recy Boucher. chairman.
the Dte Bureau will start fune-
:bon~ling When the men may ;sign up
from 4 P. M. to 8 p. m. today and to-
4 Mhorrw, Rand Sunday from 2 'p.in
unitil 8 p. mn. at the Onion. Women
m~ay start register~ng from 2 la.in. to
f.0' p. ,m. T edacy Wedniesday, Thurs-
day and Friday of next week at the
eague. The' Bureau will be open,
unttil Nov. 20, after wihich date- it will
04ase until the next big all-campus
affr.
To HId 11ner view
A regular interview will follow the
filling out of the formal registration
card in~ order that the same members
01 the Breau who will interview both
th me~n and womien mnay more intel-
lleniiy previde dates for the ceca-
sin.
There is a slight registration.- fee
for ;111 uho desire to sign withj the
glureati. 1owever, the fee is good for
thle entire semnester and the regfis -
ti'ants are' urged to take advantage of
the organization. It is requested that

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U nJer the heading of "C'est la guerre," tremendous changes have swept
across the college. community, in view of which we present for your absorp-
tion, several scenes which may, in the not so distant future, be enacted
before. our very eyes.
Scene 1--A Shoemaker's ShopE
(A student enters, looks around.. and speaks to the man behind the counter.)
Student~: Uh-I was wondering-
Sboema-ker: Why dont you knock when you come in?
Student: I'm sorry-shall I go out and come in again?
Shoin; 4r: It won't be necessary this time, but after this please try to re-
member that we expect our customers to knock.
Student: Uh,, I was wondering-Do you think-I know I'm being presump-
tuous-but do you think if I left a pair of shoes here to be heeled,
maybe I could have them in about a month?
Shoemaker: We dont make rash promises to our customers.
Stm~et: Two months?
Shoemaker: Well-maybe--brit don't come running back here in a month
and a half expecting to find your shoes waiting for you.
Student: Oh, thank you so much. Shall I leave my pound of flesh now?
Shoemaker: No, you can leave it wht~len you call for them.
(Exit student thinking to himself, "Gee, things certainwy are getting expen6-
ive-better write home for more flesh.")
Scene 2-Room 4, U Mall
Student: Uh, I was wondering-has the supplement to the supplement come
out yet?
Clerk: Well, the supplement to the supplement came out yesterday, but the
footnotes havent come back from the printer's yet. Try again next
week.
Student: But I gotta register.
Clerk: Sorry-try your academic counselor's office. He may have a copy of
the list 'of Courses Not Omitted that came out last Tuesday. If he
hasn't, Just go through your catalogue and cross out every other course.
Then divide by three and choose your courses from what's left.
(Exit student wishing he had taken a little more math in high school.)
Scene 3--Office of Academic Counselors
Stvdent: 'Could I please make an appointment with my academic counselor?
Secretary: Hre's working on the eight hour shift in Detroit this week. But
we can give you anl appointment for seven a.in. three weeks fromh today.
Would that be convenient?
Student: But I gotta make my program.
Secretary: Sorry.
Student: Could I have an appointment with my friend's academic coun-
selor?
Secretary: He was called to Washington last night. Come back in a few
days and we'll give you an appointment.
(Exit student, not thinking.)

Al junior and first semester sen-

'ACS PARADE IN ENGLAND--Nigh-ranking officers of the 'U.S. Army. headed by Maj.-Gen. Ira
C. Eaker (saluting), commander of the Eighth Ai r Fonce, review a newly -arrived contingent of WACS
Iin "England.

those des ir.ing to register 'do so early
in order to enable thetti to meet their
Prc'pcctive dates and get acquainted
before the dance. Post cards will be
Menit to the men infbrmbing thein of
thie-g'h 1s namne and address.
leantev To Be aTnfotni
As previously announced, the dance

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will be informal and will be held the
m ight of the last home game with
Oh1io State. In keeping with war-
time necesFsities, the decorations and
attire for the dance will be simple.
Servicemen especially are invited to
attend.
Proceeds for the prom will go to
the Bomber Scholarship Fu~nd which"
4,s been established t6 help men and
women serving in the armed forces to
return to the University and complete
their, education after the war.
Titkets Sold Tuesday
Tickets will be placed on sale be-
ginning Tuesday: in the, League,
Union,-and Wahr's andi Follett's book-
stores. It has been promised that
'music for the dance will be more con-
tinuous than has been the custom
heretof ore.
Assisting Mr.' Boucher on the com-
mittee will be upert Straub, '45E,
tickets; John Rupert, '45E, publicity;
and Jean Bisdee.. '44, arra~xgemieills.
SMARTEST
-HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Bldg.

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1aWomen's Staff
Tryou/t Meeting
Wi'1 Be Today
Today is definitely Ladies' Day at
the Michigan Daily. -Freshmen and
oher women who are interested in
should attend a meeting which will be
held at 4:30 p. in. today in the Con-
ference room of the Publications
Building, a~t which Betty Harvey, '45,
Women's Editor, will instruct new-
comers in Women's Desk ways.
After a short training period try-
outs are assigned to regular, beats
and write news stories and features
for the paper. They work one night
a week writing headlines for the next
day's page. From their ranks the
junior night editors are appointed
from whom, in turn, the Women's
Editor and her assistant are selected.
The Daily women's desk offers
pr actical experience in covering the
large campus dances, social news,
fashions, and items of all sorts af-
fecting women. All women who would
like to participate in this vital part
of newspaper experience are invited
to attend the meeting.
There will be a. meetig of Pan-
hellevic at 4 P. in. today in the
League, the room number to be
posted. All sororities are requested)
to be represented.
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