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April 20, 1945 - Image 5

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"__THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hillel To Begin
War Loan Drive

Play Will Be Completed Today'

The deadline for obtaining tickets
for Junior Girls Play, "Take It from
There", will be from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
EWT (2 p.m. to 4 p.m. CWT) today
in Miss Ethel McCormick's Office in
the League.
The play which will be given at
7:30 p.m. EWT (6:30 p.m. CWT)
Thursday in Lydia Mendelssohn The-
ater in the League will be exclusively
for junior and senior women. Junior
women who have paid their class
dues may get tickets in the balcony.
All tickets for the play will be free.
Ident Cards Needed
In order to receive tickets, seniors
must present their identification
cards. Blocks of tickets may be ob-
tained for particular houses if a
representative submits all the ident
cards at the same time.
The performance of "Take It from
There" will be the traditional Senior
Night. Robed in their black caps and

At

Spring

Dance

gowns; seniors will present songs and"
skits from their own JG play which
was given last year.
Senior women will not be admitted
as guests to the play unless they are
wearing caps and gowns, which can
be obtained at 711 N. University be-
ginning Monday.
Deposit Required
A $5 deposit is required, $3 of
which will be returned after gradua,
tion if the gown has not been dam-
aged. The company is not sending
gowns to fit measurements this year
because of the wartime help short-'
age, so prospective graduates must
pick out the gown which fits best,
This year's play has been exclu-
sively a junior project, having been
written, directed and produced en-
tirely by juniors. The juniors claim
that they really have a different and
unusual play.

The Seventh War Loan Drive will
begin on campus when the Hillel
Foundation holds its annual spring
dance from 9 to 12 p.m. EWT (8 to'
11 CWT) tomorrow in the ballroom
of the League..
In an endeavor to do its utmost
for the Drive, the Foundation will
meet all expenses of the dance, and
require for admission the purchase
of war stamps at the door, according
to Barbara Levin, social committee
chairman of the Foundation.
Music by Cooch
Music will be supplied by Bob
Cooch and his orchestra made up of
University students, featuring Helen
Bement as vocalist. Playing at USO
dances throughout the state, t} e
orchestra has also performed at JAG
school dances.
During the evening war bonds willE
be sold, and members of Avukah,j
st'udent Zionist organization, will sell
corsages for the beiefit of the Jewish
National Fund.
Chaperones Chosenj
The chaperones for the evening
will be Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Kahn
and Mr. and Mrs. Osias Zwerdling.
Patrons are to be Rabbi and Mrs.
Jehudah M. Cohen, Prof. and Mrs.
Theodore M. Newcomb, Dr. and Mrs.
Franklin Littell and Dr. and Mrs.
Edward Blakeman.
Other patrons will be Miss Char-
lotte Kaufman, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Bothman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fish-
ow, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaufman,'
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Lansky and Mr.
and Mrs. H. J. Glass.
JGP ow Day,
To Be Monday
JGP bow day will be Monday, with
women of various houses selling war-
stamp bows at several locations on
campus.
Pink and blue bows bearing ten
and twenty-five cent war stamps
will be sold for 15 and 30 cents re-
spectively, and proceeds from the
sales are to be used to help finance
the class project or given to some
worthy organization.
The bows will be sold by members,
of various campus houses and dorms
from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. CWT. Betty
Vaughn, secretary of JGP, announc-
ed the following posts and groups to
which they have been assigned:
Gamma Phi Beta, in front of the
Romance Language building; Soro-
sis, the Engine Arch; Kappa Kappa
Gamma, the law quad; Chi Omega,;
Alumni Memorial Hall, and the
Lodge at the center of the diagonal.
Other positions are as follows:
Waterman gym, Jordan and Stock-
well; dental school, Mrs. Sutton's
and Mrs. Wilcox's league houses;
and the corner of State and Univer-
sity, Helen Newberry and Lockwood
Manor.
BUY WAR BONDS

Housing PlansI
May Be Made
Summer Students Must Live
In Approved 'U' Residences
Living arrangements for the sum-
mer session and semester may be
made now by women students
through the Office of the Dean of
Women, and all those planning to
attend summer courses have been
urged to sign up for their rooms as
soon as possible.
Applications for dormitory accom-
modations for both room and meals
will be accepted now, or rooms may
be rented in league houses which
are listed at the Office of the Dean
of Women in Barbour Gymnasium.
One Co-Op To Be Open
Although plans have not yet been
completed for the summer, it is ex-
pected that at least one cooperative
house will be open.
The Inter-Cooperative Council Per-
sonnel Chairman will receive appli-
cations for residence in a cooperative
which should be addressed to Rm. 2,
University Hall. Freshmen are not
eligible to apply.
Apply for Permission
Since there are accommodations
available through the regular Uni-
versity housing system, there will be
no special permissions given to live
outside the approved houses during
the summer. Permission for resi-
dence in unapproved houses will be
issued only for individual reasons,
such as health, and any student
wishing to secure this permission
must apply immediately.
Students living in private homes
for purposes of earning their board
and room will continue to receive the
necessary special permission, since
this is regarded as part-time employ-
ment.

PARTY PLANS
Qroups Annour
Members of Delta Delta Delta sor-
ority will be hostesses to V-12 men
and Marine personnel stationed on
campus at an open house from 7 p. m.
to 9 p. m. EWT today at the Tri-
Delta house, 718 Tappan.
Dancing and refreshments will
comprise the entertainment for the
evening. All V-12's and Marines are
invited.
* * *
Members of Kappa Alpha Theta
sorority will hold an open house
for all Marines stationed on cam-
pus from 7:30 p. m. to 9:30 p. m.
EWT today at the Chapter house,
1414 Washtenaw.
Dancing will provide the eve-
ning's entertainment, and refresh-
ments will be served.
*
Members of Chi Omega sorority
will hold an open house for the
RONAGS from 8:30 to 10:30 p. m.
EWT today at the chapter house,
1503 Washtenaw.
Dancing and bridge will provide
the evening's entertainment, and
refreshments will be served. All
members of the group are cordially
invited."
Food. fun and frolic will be the
order of the day when the Newman
The deadline for medical Rating
Sheets for all houses will be 4 p.m.
CWT (5 p. m. EWT) Monday, ac-
cording to Shelby Dietrich, WAA
President. If a sheet has not been
received for a house, all residents
therein will be supposed to be
medically able to participate in
WAA Sports. For further infor-
mation call Miss Dietrich at
2618.

Club holds its annual picnic at 2:30 WAA's ever-active Outing Club
p. m. (EWT) Sunday, will leave at 12:45 p.m. EWT (11:45
The group will meet at the club- a.m. CWT) tomorrow from WAB for
rooms and from there will go direct- another of its bicycle trips to Saline
ly to the island where baseball will Valley Hostel.
be played. The group will hold a cook-out at
the hostel and those making the trip
plan to spend the night at Saline.
.eag ueTuto r 1 Those women who intend to accom-
pany the Outing Club for tomorrow's
ommittee Ready trip have been requested to bring a
. blanket in which to sleep.
To Aid Students The outing is not limited to mem-
bers of the club since any coed inter-
Now that the five-week grades are ested in this type of activity has
out, Tutorial Committee is prepared been invited to "come along".
to rush to the rescue of desperate Reservations must be made with
students. Lee Wellman at 3018 so that all who
Anyone who wants a tutor should intend to go with the club may be
leave a note in Betty Willemin's box assured of a place.
in the Undergraduate Office of the The Outing Club has been active
League. The committee will contact campus during all seasons of the
them when a tutor has been assigned. on
The fee is seventy-five cents an hour. year.
The committee is now in need of
persons qualified to tutor physics,
calculus, economics, especially ac- TYPEWRITERS
counting, and chemistry. Tutors Office and Portable Models
should have had the course within Of alPrabe d
the last year, unless they are major- s
ing in the subject, and should have 'ought,
received a grade of A in the course, Rented, .
Picnic TO Be Held Repaired.
Wyvern. junior women's honor so- STATIONERY & SUPPLIES
ciety, will hold its annual picnic at 0. D. MORRILL
4:30 p.m. CWT (5:30 p.m. EWT) to4
day, according to Fran Goldberg, 3l4SouthStateSt
president.
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ce Social Events

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Petitions DuSubjct: ... CHRISTIAN SCIENCE:
Sophomore women interested in.
petitioning for Junior Girl's Project , - THE SCIENCE OF EVER-PRESENT GOOD.
and for junior positions on the League Cup
Council must have their petitions in
the Undergraduate office of the o r Lecturer: ROBERT STANLEY RQSS, c.s.B.s.,
League by noon tomorrow, according FOR, THE BEST f N York C
to Natalie Mattern, president of the o ew ity
Judiciary Council. IN FLOWERS-
Interviews should be signed for Place: LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
when petitions are handed in, and V 1DER FROM ... I
interviewing will be from 2:30 p. m. ;
EWT (1:'30 CWT) to 5:30 EWT (4:30 .Time: SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 3:30,
CWT1. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Fri- I~f1A
day in the council room of the LApril 22,1945
League. Inadequate petitions will notSH
be eligible for interviews. A FLOWER SHOP Iy
203 East LibertyI?
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