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FRIDAY, MAY 25 1945

TIRE MICHIGAN DAILY

'U' Coed Groups To Participate,
In Local Memorial Day Parade;

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Senior Ball

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Co.

A Grads

'USO Offers Assembly Recognition Night;
,Varied Activities Soph Cabaret Petitions Are Due

Open to All

Will Sponsor

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Women Will Meet
At Armory; War
Activities Honored
University women's war activities
will be represented in a special sec-
tion of the Ann Arbor Memorial Day
parade at 10 a. m. EWT Wednesday,
May 30.
Each project is to be represented
by a campus residence. In some
cases, two of the smaller houses are
to work together, while 'all of the
larger dorms have been assigned two
activities.
Those participating in the pa-
rade are to meet at the Armory
at 9:30 a. m., where the line of
march will be formed. The women's
section, which is a project of the
Women's War Council, will join the
regular -town parade there. Uni-
versity officials are cooperating
with the Council, and the Build-!
ing and Grounds department is fur-
nishing the posters which the
women are to carry.
The projects will be represented
by uniforms and other props which
portray the work done by womenI
participating in the particular ac-
tivity.
Leading the University women's
section will be the American flag and
the Michigan flag, carried by officerso
of the Women's War Council. Thr
Junior class war bond project will be!
represented by Kappa Alpha Theta
and Collegiate Sorosis, and the soph
volunteer hospital service by Pi Beta
Phi and Zeta Tau Alpha.
Officers of the Women's Judi-
ciary Council will lead the Aneri-
can Red Cross unit. The ten Red
Cross projects will be represented
as follows: nurses' aides, Helen
Newberry; blood donors, Chi Oxne-
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FLOWER SHOP
203 Elast Liberty

ga anti Gamma Phi Beta; 194h Underclassmen o gruanceng I U 3TJT I
War fund drive, Betsy Barbour; S." bAIN OR SHINE, numerous activi-
nutrition classes, Oakwood and Students of all classes and schools tSo long, A tuare' will be the ties have been arranged for ser-
Chicago Lodge; surgical dressmgs, of the University may purchase tick- th Con A h theyholdithefa vicemen over the week-end at the
Alpha Chi Omega and Kappa Del- of Company A when they hold their
ta; first aid classes, league houses ets for the revival of a pre-war Sen- farewell dance from 8:30 p.m. to USO Club.
of zones 2 and 3; home nursing ior Ball to be held June 1 in the midnight EWT tonight at the USO. DANCING and refreshments are of-
classes, Elmwood and Colonial Sports Building. The entire personnel of the class fered every Friday night, and
Houses; motor corps, State Street Tickets will be on sale from 10 a.m. and members of the University for the serviceman who doesn't dance
house and the Lodge; staff assist- to 3 p. m. EWT (9 a. in. to 2 p.in. faculty and military cadre will be there is always the game room with
ants, Delta Delta Delta and Alpha CWT) today at a booth in the diag present at the graduation dance. ping pong, shuffle board and cards,
Xi Delta; and camp and hospital onal. They will also be sold from Jimmy Ailner and hisY Paradise Tnight isn't the lonli-
service, Stockwell hall. 3 to 5 p. m. EWT (, to 4 p. m. CWT) orehesira will furnish music for est night of the week at the
Alpha Phi and Alpha Omocron Pi in the League. Ticiets may be pur- Icthe ac and the complete faci- USO, where each week a different
will portray the activities of the chased at anytime at the Main desk I f the ight, regiment of Junior Hostesses selects
Women's Athletic association, with i in the Union. tions have been planned by a unique theme for a dance and
thsogn,"FtnssisFu"rSong Contest members of the company. The USO carries it through in decorations
theme.
Theene tdriveswillcomenet Duke Ellington and his orchestra has asked Junior IHostesses not to be and entertainment. Future plans
will furnish music for the Ball. A present Friday night because of the for these dances include engaging
in the ,line of march, with the vai- pesens Fsbenhldight dnC orchestras to take the place of the
ousdries eprsened s fllos: ong contest has been held in con- dance.
oUnitedvclothingsnppdalsMosher: nection with the sale of tickets in Co-chairmen- of the Dance Cow- juke box more often.
WoJldtdets'gaServicefundMosh order to give students the opportu- mittee are Pfc. George Demetriou MOST popular with the men sta-
World Students Service fund, Mosh- nity of hearing their favorite num- and Pfc. Torn. CSinson. Pfc. Ken ! ,tioned on campus are the Sun-
er; Infantile Paralysis drive, Jon- bers. The selected numbers range Pierson was in charge of obtaining L day mornripg breakfasts, "just like
dan; Michigan Tuberculosis drive, from songs popular 15 years ago td an orchestra, and Pfc.'s Herman mother makes." These deluxe meals
Jordan; Ann Arbor Community fund, the latest hits. Among those chosen Wilz, Bill Corkery, and Jim Rhind feature bacon, eggs, toast, homemade
Sigma Delta Tau and Alpha Epsilon are "Solitude," "Sophisticated Lady", were responsible for printing, enter- jam and plenty of coffee, and are
Phi; United Jewish appeal, Madison "Mood Indigo," "Do Nothin' Till You tainment and decorations. erved from 9:30 a. . to 11:30 a. m.
house and Adea Cheever; bomber Hear From Me," "I Got It Bad," Other members of the committee (EWT) by attractive Junior Host-
scholarship, Alpha Gamma Delta and "Don't Get Around Much Any More" are Pfc. Bob Schmidt. Pfc. Al Smith. esses.
Alpha Delta Pi; and the fresh air and "I'm Beginning To See The Pfc. William Boldt, Pc. Dick Thom-
camp, Lockwood and Hill house. Light." as, fc. Sol orwiz, Pfc. Manheim UND afternoon men interest-
Following the benefit drives will be Lige.dainI afternoon men interest-heim
gthe w neiordrteses rep- "Black, Brown and Beige" is an Shapiro. Pfc. Henry Overholtzer, Pfc. hearing classical music
ted by Riw andtGeddes Ellington jazz composition of sym- Stan Drcnitz, Pfc. Charles Norton. may attend a concert of selected
hosead cotributionbyn GWds- phonic proportions. The cOmposi- Pfc. MerIedith Weatherby, Pfc. Sam recordings, which is held i the
house, and contribuuts y u s tion was premiered at Carnegie Hall Sarat, and Tech. 5 Larry Schwartz: music room. Coffee is served
Te at it of th women se- and since then has provoked a storm - throughout the afternoon.
tion is the Woman Power commis- of controversy. Its musical merits IFOOD, transportation and any oth-
sion, whose eight divisions will be have been proclaimed and denied as 'rI Ct S er arrangements necessary for a
represented by these residences: vehemently as musicians once debat- successful picnic will be taken care
canteen, Woodlawn and White ed the artistry of Wagner's opera 2 of by the USO for men who are in-
house; cleaning girls, Day house and Beethoven's symphonies. C dC N SCS terested in such an activity and who
and Lincoln house; the University "Black, Brown and Beige" register at the Club. The USO will
laundry, Martha Cook; child care, According to some authorities' Sixty thousand women were in- also arrange for week-ends or Sun-
launry , a Cosokes, childare, "Acck.n B o onBig atoie ducted into the Cadet Nurse Corps days at nearby lakes for servicemen,
Girl Scouts, and Reserves, Martha 'Black, Browvn and Beige" is a tone tomrjopta a.My1. Cu n4rvietasottint tbe
Cook; secretarial help, Tappan parallel to the history of the Negro to mark Hospital Day. May 12.but and provide transportation to stables
house and Markley house, labo- in America. It is a melodic delinea-110,000 new student nurses are want- for men who would like to go horse
ratory assistants, Lester Stevens tion of the progress of American ed to fill spring training classes by back riding.
and Owne house, '44 freshman pro- Negroes from pre-Revolutionary June 30, and 60,000 is the goal for
ject, Zones 4 and 5, and waste times to the present day. the fiscal year beginning July 1.
paper collections, Zones 6 and 9. The nation's jazz fans confirmedEstablishedin July. 1943, the Ca- t I P
Nora MacLaughlin. president of Ellington's popularity recently when det Nise Corps now mcludes 80 per
Women's War Council, said, "This is the orchestra was voted No. 1 Band 0cent of the nurses in training-112,
a project representing all of the t yhp O00women in 1,Q00 schools of nurs
Women's war activities, and I there- Downbeat, national music magazn ing. By the system of providing
fore want to urge every woman on scholarships in approvedl nursing
campus to participate." Miss Mc- - schools, the number of student nur- Alpha Omicron Pi will hold an in-
camus s md dt ises admitted to such schools last year formal dance in honor of their pled-
ws7pecetgetrta inLaughlin also reminded coeds that WJA\T ws6pecntg'arthni ges fi'om 9 to 12 p. in, Saturday.
Memorial Day is a day of commem- A N othes0 Theichaperones will be Mrs.
oration, and not one of celebration. Because of this large body of new Strength, the housemother; Mrs.
inurses,the armed services expect less Philips; M's. Abbey; and Mrs.
Wilt Attend Tea The deadline for submitting golf difficulty in finding future quotas. iett. Ba.-
Members of ApaEslnPiwl
Mrs. Lucille Conger, executive sec- scores has been set for Thursday Membe of Alpha Epsilon Phi will
scrsI hsica' Education hold a dance from 9 to midnight Sat-I
retary of the alumnae association, Women must be sure to have scores# P y c dnurday at .the chapter house to honor
and Miss Ethel A. McCormick, social for 27 holes at the University Golf Clurb Elects Officers he pledges.
director of the League, will attend a Chaperones for the affair include
Michigan tea Saturday at Owosso, Course * For Coming Season Mrs. J. W .Fleig, housemother: Mr.
Mich. and Mrs. S. G. Bothman; and Mrs. I.
The tea is to honor Owosso stu- The first round in the tennis tour- Newly elected officers of the Wolkowsky.
dents who have been awarded schol- nament must be played off by Mon- 'Physical Education Club I------- -
arships at the university, and will day. Coeds are participating in both for the coming 1945-46 season have NnClub Pat
feature a showing of the motion pic- singles and doubles matches. I recently been announced.
ture, "Michigan on the March." * * * Lee Wellman will serve as presi- The Newman club held a party at
-___--______________________ h Otn lbof WAA will
-__Th_ _ut__ngCu o Whitmole dent, Frances Gates is vice-president, 7:30 p. m. EWT Friday in the Club
T sponsor a bike hike to Whitmore Alice Dmytrow will act as secretary, rooms, with entertainment provided
Lake at 9 a.m. EWT Wednesday, Jane Woodward is the new treasurer, by Pete Farrago, who played his "Ac-
leaving from WAB. Eleanor Mellert will handle publicity cordian Boogie."
Ah C enterestdin1

Any person wn iso 1 v, wzu t
such a trip has been invited to join
the group. Those intending to do so
are requested to bring a lunch and
a bathing suit.
Any women interested in helping
to start the University Women's Rid-

with Lucille bheetz assisting.
The club is composed of Physical
Education majors and members of
the faculty of the Department of
Physical Education for Women
Engagement Told

ing Club this semester have been Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pines of
asked to contact Barbara Brady at Worcester, Mass., have announced
23225. Groups will ride Monday or the engagement of their daughter,
Wednesday at 2 p.m. EWT. Jean C. to Ensign Norman Jacobson,
* son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson,
Members of the Camp Counselor's I Flushing, Long Island.
Club of WAA will hold their conclud- Miss Pines is a junior at the uni-
ing meeting at 7:15 p.m. EWT Thurs- versity, and has been Business Man-
day. All women who have partici- ager of the '45 'Ensian. She is also a
pated in the past year are urged to member of Wyvern honor society and
attend. president of Scroll.

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