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2TE MICHIGAN DAILY rGI

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Newman Club Will Sponsor All
Campus Spring Formal Friday

Soph Cabaret
Needs Helpers
Final Opportunity To Register'
For Committees Is Announced

Army Nurses

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A Spring Formal, open to the en-
tire -campus and sponsored by the
Newman Club of St. Mary's Cha-
pel, will be held from 9 p. m. to mid-
night, Friday, April 6, in the Rain-
bow Room of the Union, and will
feature Bill Layton -and his orche-
stra, announced Dotty Uhl, chair-
man of the dance.
Open Ticket Sale
Tickets will be on sale to all stu-
dents and may either be obtained at
the Newman Club Rooms following
Sunday masses, or from members of
the dance committee which includes
Charles Birdsall, Kay Kaye, Mary
Driver, Ann Maloney, Doris Heidgen,
Tom Donnolly, Floyd Miller, and
Robert King.
"Due to the manpower shortage,"
Miss Uhl stated, "girls are urged to
ask their favorite man to the for-
mal." Colored programs will be giv-
en to the girls as souvenirs, the chair-

man added, and she also disclosed
that "intermission entertainment is
being kept as a surprise, but it will
be very good and well worth waiting
for."
Late Permission For Servicemen
Miss Uhl announced that late per-
mission has been obtained for mem-
bers of the Army, Marine, and Navy
units on campus, although the defi-
nite time will be made known later.
"Now that the boys have late permis-
sion,", she said, "and since the girls
have their regular weekendpermis-
sion, there is no reason why every-
one can't come to the first really
Spring formal of the semester."

Sophomore coeds who are interested T
in working on any of the various com- Ther of E M.orse
mittees for Soph Cabaret will.ha dugveeoM. and Mrs. Morse W. i
mteesfor ophu Cabart will hav Rew of Lakewood, to Pvt. Philip G.
their last opportunity to sign for Whelan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
committee work from 1p.n m. to 5:30 M. Whelan of Pleasant Ridge, has
p. m. today at a special booth which been recently announced.
has been set up at the League d Both Miss Rew and Pvt. Whelan
Women who have already signed attended the University. Pvt. Whe-
need not do so again. The Cabaret Ian is a member of Alpha Tau Ome-
booth is only for those who have not ga fraternity. He is now serving over-
as yet indicated their committee prf-sas
erence or the desire to work.

RELIEF TEA TO BE
GIVEN TODAY
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven will
open her home from-3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
today for a tea for Norwegian Relief,
guests being required to present a
bundle for Norway as admission.

Merit Committee will sign eli-
gibility cards for any campus ac-
tivities except student publications
and WAA any afternoon untili
March 30 at the League. No
woman can participate in any
campus activity without an eligi-
bility card, which may be ob-
tained by presenting a report card
showing at least eleven hours of
C for upperclassmen, or fifteen
hours for freshmen at Room 2
University Hall.

Every woman of the sophomore
class is urged to participate in the
newly revived Cabaret, which was
discontinued at mtheoutbreak of the
war when the women of the sopho-
more class turned their attentions to
a war effort program.
Eligibility cards and enthusiasm
are the only prerequisites for women
who are interested in Sophomore
Cabaret committee work. Women
may sign to work on any of the com-1
mittees in which they are interested.
GIVE! to the RED CROSS

LO-HEELE

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Mr. and Mrs. Hawley D. New-1
berry of Detroit have recently an-
nounced the engagement of theiri
daughter, Julia, to William L. Cul-
ligan, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam L. Culligan also of Detroit.
The announcement was made at
a dinner at the Alpha Phi sororityI
house of which Miss Newberry is a
member. She is a senior in the
University.
Mr. Culligan is a senior in engi-I
neering training as apprentice sea-
man, U. S. Naval Reserve at the
University. He is a member of!
Phi Delta Theta fraternity and aI
member df the "M" Club, Triangles
and Vulcan, honorary engineering
societies.!
* *
The marriage of Sally Baubie,1
daughter of Mrs. Eaton Baubie and
Raymond Bauble to Lt. Luther M.
Sandwick, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Luther M. Sandwick of Washington,
D. C. has been announced.
Both Lt. and Mrs. Sandwick, Jr.
attended the University. The bride
is a member of Alpha Delta Phi
sorority. Lt. Sandwick is in the
Army Air Corps and is stationed in
Great Bend, Kansas.
The engagement of a former
Michigan student, Doris May Ar-
ner, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Don
C. Arter of Three Rivers, Michi-
gan, to John J. Coury, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John J. Coury of Wheel-
ing, West Virginia, has been an-
nounced.
While at the University, Miss
Arner was affiliated with Gamma
Phi Beta so.rority and Iota Sigma
Chemistry Society.
Mr. Coury is a senior in the
Medical College of western Re-
serve University where he is affil-
iated with Alpha Kappa Kappa
fraternity.
* * *
The marriage of Virginia Pierson,1
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S.
Pierson of Jackson, Michigan, to Lt.
Allan R. Wright has been announced.
Miss Pierson graduated from the
University School of Dental Health
last year.

Overseas J ob
'Angels of Bataan' Carry On
With Work in Theaters of War
In Field, Evacuation Hospitals
With the spirit of the "Angels of
Bataan" behind them, American nur-
ses have donned navy blue and army
O. D. 's through Red Cross recruit-
ment committees in 300 communities.
American military nurses band the
globe wherever American troops are
fighting, working in field hospitals
arid evacuation stations in forty coun-
tries overseas, and on hospital ships
and planes in all theaters of war,
Nurses On All Fronts
As each new front opens, Army
nurses come in on the heels of the
fighter, and their care of the sick
and wounded has helped the Medical
Department to keep casualty deaths
down to less than three percent. This
helpful care is given at the expense
of the nurses' rest and personal com-
fort.
These courageous Red Cross nur-
ses never give up fighting, even after
they have been bombed off such
islands as Bataan. One of the vet-
erans of service in the jungle hospital
on Bataan, while awaiting the day
when she can return to the island,
was one of a group of Army nurses
who went into Leyte to help set up
field hospitals for the thousands of
casualties.
Bataan Nurse
In New Guinea, an army nurse was
the first white woman the natives had
seen in three years. She flew in
aboard a C-47 hospital plane, as-
sisting the flight surgeon.
On the other side of the world.
another of the Bataan nurses is now
working in France close to the front
lines in an evacuation hospital.
Aboard hospital ships, Red Cross
recruited nurses care for casualties
being transported to new hospitals
within the foreign theaters, or en
route back to the States.
Coed Girl Reserve
Leaders Needed
Coeds are needed immediately to
serve as leaders and assistant leaders
for the Ann Arbor Girl Reserve
troops, according to Dusty Miller,
Child Care Committee chairman.
Women who wish to volunteer need
only the desire to work with high
school students, and be willing to
contribute at least two hours a week
to the work. All those interested are
asked to call Barbara Osborne at
23225. Further information may be
obtained from Miss Osborne.

Coeds Needed
For Hospital
Volunteer Work
With the new semester getting well
underway, coed hospital volunteers;
are still needed at both University1
and St. Joseph's hospitals.#
1945 makes the third year that the
sophomore class has sponsored its
project of volunteer hospital work
contributed by University women.
Soph Project has aided both hospitals
in an effort to alleviate the scarcity
of nurses which has been prevalent
during the war period and coed vol-
unteers have come to occupy a vil1
role in the efficient functioning of
both hospitals..
According to the February report
of Soph Project's Central Commit-
tee, there was a sharp decline in the
number of volunteers and the amount
of hours contributed during that
month over previous months of last
semester.
University women may arrange
hours of work at the hospitals to
suit their own schedules and any
amount of time they contribute will
be more than appreciated by Uni-
versity and St. Joseph's Hospitals.E
Workers may assist in the wards,
on the private floors, in offices and
clinics, in the admitting depart-+
ments, in 'pediatrics and on various
other jobs throughout the hospitals.

JG Play News
Central committee for Junior Girls
play will meet at 4 p. m. tomorrow
in the JGP office in the League, ac-
cording to Peg Kohr, assistant chair-
man.
The purpose of the meeting will be
to check eligibility cards and to sub-
mit proposed budgets. Each chairman
will be required to turn in to Mary
Bartley, secretary-treasurer, an item-
ized list of posposed expenditures.
Dorothy Jean Harvey has been ap-
pointed to be prompter for the play.
* * *
Ten more women are to be select-
ed for the singing chorus. They will
be chosen from the list of those who
tried out, according to Anne Cross-
ley and Masaka Ono, co-chairman
of the choral group.
Counselors Club
To Hear Speaker
Meeting at the WAB at 7:15 p. m.
Wednesday in the WAB, the Camp
Counselors Club will hold its first
meeting of the semester.
Miss Dorothy Yaki will be the
guest speaker and will discuss the
achievements and purposes of lead-
ership in the Girl Scouts. All mem-
bers are invited to attend as well as
those interested in the subject.

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