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TE-SDAY, JUNE 12, 1945

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Iwenty-Hve Women Named
To Cabaret Committee Posts

Tn- Delta Wins

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Gringle To Head '46
Sophomore Function
After interviewing over 80 fresh-
man women in the past two weeks,
Judiciary Council announced yester-
day the central committee for the
1946 Soph Cabaret.
Jean Gringle, Alpha Delta PI, has
been chosen general chairman, with
Jerry Gaffney, Delta Gamma, as as-
sittant chairman.
The secretary will be Gretel Schin-
nerer, Jordan Hall, while Marilyn
Seward, Alpha Phi, will be in charge
of patrons. Publicity will be handled
by Betty Ann Rybolt, Alpha Chi
Omega, assisted by Shirley Loeblich,
Newberry, in charge of general pub-
licity, and Lois Anderson, Jordan, in
chare of posters.
T~icket Committec
Betty Eaton, Pi Beta Phi, will head
the ticket committee, assisted by
Ermna Eickhorn, Jordan. The floor
show will be directed by Barbara
Lee Smith, 818 Lincoln. Her assistant
will be Ruth Ann Perry, Jordan, and
f he script committee will be headed
by Polly Thompson, Alpha Phi.
The post of stage manager will be
taken by Rae Keller, Kappa Kappa
Gamma. Betty Spillman, Woodlawn
house, will direct the singing chorus.
Camille Ayo, Delta Delta Delta, will
head the costume committee. Assist-
ant chairman in charge of make-up
will be Jeanette Collins, Alpha Xi
Delta.
Programs Designed
Pearl Handlesman, Alpha Epsilon]
Phi, will handle the programs. Eligi-
bility will be checked by Sarah Si-
mons, Stockwell, while the refresh-
ments committee will be headed by
Sue Lunden, Alpha Phi,
Jean Lindsay, Jordan, has been
chosen to be in charge of hostesses.

Finance will be managed by Betty
1{-Ahneman, Betsy Barbour, assisted
by Jo Reuland, Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma. Ernalee Brutchy, Pi Beta Phi,
will be decorations chairman, with
Lois Calvin, assistant.

Ball Tourney

Coeds

To Apply

For Positions
With Red Cross
American Red Cross Recruiting
officers will interview coeds inter-
ested in positions with the Red Cross
overseas or in the. United States at
7 p. m. EWT Wednesday, Junes 20,
or from 9 a. m. until 10 p. m. EWT]
Thursday, June 21, at North Hall.
Positions are available in club-
mobile work in the Pacific theatre of
war, and as hospital staff aids at air
bases and other army and navy bases
in this country. Women must be 23
years old for overseas service.
The recruiting officers are Mrs.
Elizabeth Bruce, and Mrs. Kay Hall,
of the Recruitment Office for Per-
sonnel Staff in St. Louis, Mo.
Positions which do not require spe-
cial skills are also open, and Mrs.
Bruce and Mrs. Hall are also inter-
ested in interviewing women for these
types of work.
Coeds with majors in such fields as
psychology, sociology, and physical
education are particularly urged to
apply for positions as recreational
staff assistants and clubmobile
workers.
Coeds interested in being interview-
ed may call either Red Cross Head-
quarters at 2-5546, or Mrs. Wells
Bennett, 2-1278, for appointments.

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Forty-Nine Tearns Participate
In 8-Week WAA Tournament
For Softball Championship
Delta Delta Delta sorority defeated
Betsy Barbour in the WAA baseball
tournament last night, 3-1 in a two
and one-half inning game, winning
the "A" tournament.
Dorothy Edgar was pitcher for the
Barbour team, which is managed by
Ruth Elconin, while Mary Lou Hol-
loway pitched for the Tri Delt team,
of which she is manager.
The tournament has been in pro-
gress for eight weeps, although it was
delayed for four weeks by the rains.
Forty-nine teams participated in the
contest, which was managed by Pat
Daniels of the WAA.
The houses which lost their first
game were placed in tournament
"B." Alpha Delta Pi was winner of
this section and Adelia Cheever was
runner-up. Alpha Delta Pi will play
Betsy Barbour, runner-up in tour-
nament "A." today. If Betsy Bar-
bour wins, Tri-Delt will have won
the entire tournament, but if Alpha
Delta Pi wins, they will be eligible
to play Tri-Delt for the champion-
ship.
The winner of the tournament will
receive 100 points toward the WAA
participation cup, while the runner-
up will receive 50.
Overdue Sinout

Summer War
Work Limited
Judiciary Council, Soph Prroject.,
and the USO0 will }fe the only v,, w-
en's war activities during the stun-
mer term, Ruthann Bales, head of
Judiciary, announced yesterday.
The summer Judiciary council will
be headed by Peggy Bartell, Kappa
Alpha Theta, and will also include
Jean MacKaye, Kappa Delta, and
Phyllis Wilman, Delta Gamma.
Soph Project for the summer will
have Janet Cork, Pi Beta Phi, as its
chairman, and the USO colonels are
to be Mary George, 725 Church st.,
and Dottie Ballentine, Zeta Tau Al-
pha.

'Weddings
c*,and ./
&ngagernen ts

Joan Peterson,
Lt. Kevin Jones
Wed Yesterday
Miss Joan Peterson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Peterson of Ann
Arbor, was married yesterday to Lt.
(j.g.) Kevin Jones, son of Mir. and
Mrs. Laurence Jones, of Schenectady,
N. Y., by the Rev. Lewis in the St.
Andrew's Chapel in Ann Arbor.
While at the University, Mrs. Jones
'44, was Associate Sports Editor of
The Daily. She was also a member
of Alpha Phi sorority and Scroll and
Wyvern honorary societies. Last year
Mrs. Jones worked for Conde Nast
Publications in New York City.
Before joining the Naval Air Corps,
Lt. Jones attended the Engineeritig
College at the University. Ile was a
Night Editor on the Sports Staff of
The Daily in '43.
The reception was held at the Alpha
Phi house.
Groups Elect
New Of f icers
The newly-initiated members of
Wyvern, junior women's honorary so-
ciety, elected officers recently. Ellen
Hill was elected president; Jean
Brown, secretary; and Virginia Coun-
cil, treasurer.
Mortar Board recently announced
the election of new officers for next
year. Jean Gaffney was chosen pres-
ident; Jane Strauss, vice-president;
Betty Vaughn, historian; Doris Heid-
gen, secretary; and Jane Archer,
treasurer.
Residents of Martha Cook Build-
ing recently announced the election
of officers for next year. 'The new
president is Martha Bradshaw; vice-
president, Sue Curtis; secretary, Mir-
iam Clingman; and treasurer, Mary
Gilbertson.
Winter clothes usually need dry-
cleaning by .the time spring rolls
around.But it is neither economical
nor safe to do the job yourself, All
dry cleaning fluids are dangerous to
breathe in large amounts
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MARINE TURNS CAIORIS GIRL-Marine Pf'. W. C. Kennedy, of
Sylvan Shores, Mount Dora, Fla., "makes up" Pfc. Richard H. Patton
for his role in the chorus. Pfc. Patton was participating in a comedy
show given on Guam by servicemen there.
DEAN ADVISES:
LSAStudents recommended
o Elect One Education Course'

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Santa Ana Junior College Prints,
El Don, 'Pony' Edition of Paper

Among the many wartime journal-
istic experiments is the SantaAna.
Calif., Junior college's "pony" edition
of their. school paper, El Don.
The staff of El Don chooses the
four pages from the month's issues
which it believes contain the "cream
of the news" for that month. The
pages are then photographed in re-
duced size, lithographed, and printed
An Optical
Se rviee for the
Student .. .
CONTACT LENSES
""the invisible eye glasses"
410 Wolverine Building
Phone 6019

on letter-sized paper, eight and one-
half by eleven inches.
Santa Ana was already sending
the "Don L-tter-of-the-Month" to
more than 120 alumni and fnrner
students in all parts of the world.
The "pony" edition of El Don was
sent overseas with the Letter in
order to give servicemen more sews
of campus activities.
This edition is neat, readable, and
attractive, although miniature in
size, and saves sWpping space and
weight for overseas mailing. The
first edition included reproductions
of three front pages from recent is-
sues of the weekly college paper.
El Don is the first college paper
to inaugurate a "pony" edition. Sev-
eral English and American metropol-
itan newspapers have begun publica-
tion of "ponies" during the past year,
and at least two American news-
magazines have adopted this proce-
dure for giving overseas readers a
summary of their weekly editions in
lightweight, compact form.
The Santa Ana paper has pio-
neered in several new ventures in col-
lege journalism.

a~r tjmie rjurnona'son., Uaean oz
the School of Education. advises alcollege women are quite certain to be
women students in the College of concerned with local and state issues I oon Saturday
Literature, Science, and the Arts to involving schools and educational
eect at east one course in predurdues," Dean Edmondson con- All back signout sheets for the se-
tion as a part of their undergraduate t'luded.imester must be turned in by noon
programs.- EWT Saturday in the Undergraduate
"The general public expects the office of the League.
ell ge graate o be well-inform- I A'L NIC' IAL Current signout sheets for the
oilon educational problems, Col- [ weeks from Monday, Jue 11 to Sat-
lege women should plan their BULLETIN JIurday, June 23, should be handed in
undergraduate programs so as to to the office of the Dean of Women.
meet this expectation. Some of the -Violations of closing hours for this
problems on which background (( ntuinued from Page 4) period should be reported directly to
should be gained may involve high- _ the Deans office.
er education, especially one's own dugtory Course in Literature in the!
university, but the chief educational 1 Liberal Arts Colleges." Wednesday, Scott, soprano, will present a recital
problems are concerned with the June 13, 2:15 p.m. (CWT), in the in partial fulfillment of the require-
development of children and East Council Room, Rackham Build- ments for the degree of Bachelor of
younger adults," Dean Edmondson ing. Chairman, C. D. Thorpe. I Music at 7:30 p.m. (CWT), in Lydia
said. By action of the Executive Board Mendelssohn Theatre. A pupil of
On this basis he recommended that the Chairman may invite members of Thelm Lewis, Miss Scott has arrang-
college women include some study of the faculties and advanced doctoral ed a program to include groups of
education in their undergraduate candidates to attend this examin- Italian, German. French and English
work and reminded them that stu- ation, and be may grant permission i songs.
-dents in the College of Literature, to those who for sufficient reason The general public is invited.
Science, and the Arts, may apply a might wish to be present.
maximum of eight hours of educa- 1 To Faculty, Students and Friends:
tion work on their degree programs. The Folk Dancers invite you to join
Dean Edmondson recommended. Iuents Today them today, 7:30 at Lane Hall. Mr.
for juniors and seniors, course A10, 1Sam Weinfeld of Detroit will direct
involving a historical presentation of A Mass Meeting for the purpose of the group. The price of the lesson is
trends and problems in American ed- setting up a campus organization for fifty cents.
ucation, for three hours credit, or the promotion of international youth
C1, educational psychology, a four- unity will be held at 3:15 p.m, -
hour course dealing with psychologi- (CWT), todaiy, Lane Hall. All stu- Coming Eveitts
cal principles involved in the teach- dents interested are urged to attend
ing of children and adolescents. - Research Club: The final meeting
"Many college women will engage A Required Meeting of the J. G-I of the year of the Research Club will
in social work and will have respon- Play committee is to be held today be held on Wednesday evening, June
sibilities for child welfare. Others at 4:00 (CWT) in the Michigan 13th at eight o'clock in the Rackham
will serve on local and state commit- Leagoue. Amphitheatre. Professor Campbell
tees dealing with problems of chil- ---- Bonner will present a paper on
dren. As a member of organizations, Phi Sigma, honorary biological so- "Coins, Gems and a Lost Statue" and
ciety, will hold its annual initiation Professor Malcolm H. Soule a paper
banquet today at Smith's Catering on "Leprosy." Officers for the en-
f $ervicc, at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Elizabeth suing year will be elected,

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Dr. and Mrs. C. Schwertzbeck of
Byron, 0., have announced the mar-
riage of their daughter, Eugenia, to
Lt. William' Williams, son of Mrs.
Andrew Bird of Kansas City, Kan.
Lt. Williams attended the Went-
worth Academy before' entering the
service. Mrs. Williams will receive a
certificate iii Dental Hygiene from
the University. She is a member of
Alpha Xi Delta sorority.
The engagement of Ellen John-
son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Cleon R. Johnson of Ridgewood,
N.J.. to Pfe. Kenneth Westniore-
land Tapp, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.1
. Ta.
Miss .Johnson is a senior at the
University. Pfc. Tapp, now serving
in Germany, is a graduate of Phil-e
lips Exeter Academy, and he at-l
tended the University before en-1
tering the service. -
WAA Board To Hold
Last Function Today
Members of WAA Board will hold
a dinner meeting at 6 p.m. EWT to-c
day at the WAB as their last func-
tion of the semester.
Dr. Margaret Bell will also attend
the event which will feature a nam-
ing contest for all WAA members.
The woman who can name the most
members on the board will be deem-
ed winner and be presented with an
award.
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C, Crosby., Prof(-!,,or of Anatomy, will
address lhw gr'oup.
The Mathematics Club will meet
tonight at 7:00 (CWT) in the West
Conference Room, Rackham Build-
ing.
"The Centenary of Cantor's Birth"
Proifessor Duishuik.
"The Placee of Trigonometry in the
llistory of Mathematics" and "A
Brief Survey of Our Mathematical
(C.ollc tiois."-Professor Karpinski.
T'e Cristian Science Students'
Organmization is holding a meeting
tonig.h{ at 7:115 in the chapel of the
Michigan League. All are' welcome
to attend.
Student Recital. Jean Frances

The Navy Olympics: The Depart-
ment of Physical Education and Ath-
letics cordially invites students, fac-
ulty members, and the general pub7
lie to attend "The Navy Olympics,"
athletic competitions between the
battalions of the Navy V-12 and the
N.R.O.T.C., which will take place un-
der the Department's auspices from
6:00 to 8:30 p. m. (CWT), Wednes-
day, June 13, on Ferry Field.
The Women of the Univei-sity Fac-
ulty will hold their final meeting of
the year on Thursday, June 14, at
':30 (CWT) in =the WestConferende
Room of the Rackham Building. Tea
will be served, and officers for the
coming year will be elected. All
members are urged to attend.

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a super flattering, Super feminine chintz' frock
for summer! This one's a posy printed slickeroo,
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