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Only Wartime
Formal To Be
In Ballroom
Ticket Sale To Be Soon;
Members of Executive Council
Will Be Honored at Banquet
In spite of war time restrictions,
the annual Union Formal will be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight Satur-
day, December 4, in the Union Ball-
room, Dick Chenoweth, general
chairman, announced yesterday.
This announcement comes as a
surprise since it was thought that
formals, especially those held in the
Union, were out for the duration.
However, arrangements were made to
lease the Ballroom for the dance, and
plans are under way to make it sur-
pass similar functions in past years.
Announcement of the orchestra
and the opening of the ticket sale will
be made shortly as. soon as all ar-
tangements are completed.
Chenoweth will be assisted by Ru-
pert Straub who is in charge of the
ticket sale, and Bob Grandy who will
make all arrangements for the ban-
quet which will be held to honor the
Union executive council before the
dance.
Other members of the central com-
mittee are Bill Wood, decorations;
Bob Gaulker, patrons, John Clippert,
in charge of *getting the orchestra,
and Don Larson, publicity.
In past years the annual Union

League Needs
New Tutors
For Freshmen
All coeds interested in working
on the Tutorial committee of the
League, are requested to get ini
touch with one of the members of
the central committee, Jane Gag-
gen, chairman, announced yesterday.
"For the next four weeks we are
planning to recruit as many tutors
as possible," Miss Gaggen stated.
Anyone who has received an "A" or a
"B" in a course is eligible to become
a tutor. Members of Alpha Lambda
Delta and students who have made
honors are particularly urged to join
the committee.
Tutoring will begin shortly after
the five weeks grades are announced.
Freshman women and other coeds
who desire aid may fill out slips in
the Undergraduate office of the;
League and deposit them in the
Tutorial box. The tutors will then
contact the students. All tutors re-
ceive fifty cents an hour for their
services.
Formal has been one of the high
spots in the social season, and the
committee is certain that the ad-
verse conditions under which the
,ommittee is working this year will
not hinder the progress of the dance
functions in any way.

Ask Civilians
To Rake Leaves
Upperclassmen To Be Taught
Badminton and Fencing
"Next Wednesday has been set
aside as Campus Leaf Day; all inter-
ested freshman men, upperclassmen,
and other civilians are asked to help
get the leaves raked before the snow
comes," Marcia Sharp, '44A, chair-
man of the Freshman Project an-
nounced yesterday.
If possible, students should bring
their own rakes. However rakes will
be available at the sub station in the
afternoon. During the morning a key
to the station may be obtained in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League.
Approximately 175 women, includ-
ing girls from Dormitories who have
been cleaning their own grounds,
have been working two hours a week
toward the completion of the pro-
ject, but bad weather has hindered
progress.
Garbed in blue jeans, heavy boots,
mufflers, babushkas, and gloves, 130
members of the '47 Corps raked
leaves in the snow last week.
Collegiate Sorosis will hold a tea
today from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
at the chapter house.

Nurses'

Aide

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Course Delayed
Until Nov. 16
All those coeds who have been in-
tending to register for the Nurses'
Aide course will be happy to know
that the beginning of the course has
been postponed until Nov. 16.
This year the University is offering
two hours credit to those who com-
plete the Nurses' Aide course. It con-
sists of thirty-five classroom hours
and forty-five hours of work in the
hospital, and is completed during
one semester. After graduation, the
women are expected to work at least
one hundred and fifty hours a year
in either the hospital here at Ann
Arbor, or one in the vicinity of their
home.
The class meets three days a week,
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday. All class
meetings will take place in Couzens
Hall.
This year more than ever women
trained in hospital work are urgently
needed. The number of doctors and
nurses serving with the armed forces
has proportionally decreased the
numbers in the hospitals at home.
For that reason, the "capped" Nur-
aes' Aides will be expected to take
over many of the duties that were
formerly assigned to graduate nur-
ses.
In addition to helping the war
effort, women who have completed the
course will find that they have gained
much valuable experience. For .those
who are planing on nursing as a car-
eer the attraction is great. Those who
have not yet decided upon their cho-
sen field may, in exploring nursing,
find an appealing vocation.
Along with the Nurses' Aide there
are several other Red Cross courses
being conducted this semester. Ac-
cording to Lettie Gavin '44, Chair-
man of the Recruiting Committee,
the following are offered: First Aid,
Home Nursing, Motor Mechanics,
Nutrition, and Canteen Corps. Reg-
istration for all Red Cross courses
takes place in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
Pan-Hel Will Meet
Pan Hellenic Association will hold
a meeting at 3:30 p. m. tomorrow in
the League, Mary June Hastrieter,
'44, president of Pan Hellenic, has
announced. The meeting time has
been moved up a " half hour, and
this announcement takes precedence
over all previous announcements.

WAA Offers
New Program
In response to a demand by up-
perclassmen for instruction in var-
ious sports, WAA has undertaken
the teaching of badminton and fenc-
ing classes which will be composed,
of upperclassmen only,. Nancy Hat-
tersley, '44, WAA president, an-
nounced recently.
The overcrowding of all physical
education classes by freshman wo-
men this year has necessitated the
closing of phys. ed. facilities to up-
perclassmen, except for 7 admission
through WAA, and the. teaching of
classes in badminton and fencing
has been the first step toward giv-
ing primary instruction to upper-
classmen.
The first meeting for upperclass
women interested in learning the
fundamentals of badminton will be
held at 8:30 p. m. Tuesday in Bar-
bour Gym. The club, formed for
players with some experience, will
meet for the first time at 7:30 p. m.
Thursday in Barbour Gym.
In both cases players should come
dressed for play, bringing their own

League House Representatives
To Attend JQP Meeting Tomorrow

"League Houses must send repre-
sentatives to the JGP Meeting to be
held at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in the
Grand Rapids Room in the League,"
Ruth Mary Picard, '45, JGP chair-
man of League Houses announced
yesterday.
The representative does not have
to be a Junior but Miss Picard urged
house presidents to send women who
are efficient and willing to work hard.
Interviews for positions on the cen-
tral. committee of JGP will be held
birds and racquets if they have them.
Racquets, however, may be rented at
Barbour Gym for a small fee.
Pat Dillenbeck, '45 Ed, recently
selected as Fencing Manager for
WAA, has announced -that the first
fencing class will be held at 8:30
p. m. Tuesday in the Barbour Fenc-
ing Room. This class will be run
similarly to the badminton class,
and the fencing club will be estab-
lished as soon as the number o'
more experienced fencers has been
discerned.

from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow and
Tuesday in the League.
Petitions for the central committee
of Sophomore Project must be in by
12 p.m. tomorrow. Interviewing will
take place from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. to-
morrow and from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Undergraduate Office
of the League.
All workers who have signed up for
volunteer duty and who have attend-
ed an orientation meeting will be ex-
pected to report to their captains in
the Volunteer Office on the third
floor of University Hospital for jac-
ket and post assignments this week.
University women who are inter-
ested in volunteer work may sign for
duty at the League or may call Carol
Evans, '46, chairman of soph project,
for information.
Several new posts have been set up
for volunteers. Those wishing to
work with patients will be assigned
to duty on wards and private floors.
Others may work in clinics and on
the Galens Cart.

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