WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1945
Alumnae News Bulletin Mailed
To Over 500 'U' Servicewomen,
Tf E MICHIGA N DAILY PAGE VE
Publication Contains Excerpts
From Former Coeds' Letters
Among the many wartime innova-
tions at the University is the Alum-
nie News Bulletin now being sent to
more than five hundred Michigan
women in service.
The Bulletin, edited by Mrs. Lu-
cle B. Conger, executive secretary
of the Alumnae council, consists of
For Fall Listed
Stress on the revival of University
traditions, a project to entertain ser-
vicemen at Percy Jones, and a new
system of entertaining for Interna-
tional Center Teas have been placed
at the top of the list of Social Com-
mittee plans for next fall.
Hoping to bring to light again some
of the small Michigan traditions, such
as not walking 'on the seal at the
main library, the Social Committee
plans to sponsor a series of lectures
on the University.
Hospital Project To Be Undertaken
An activity whereby coeds will
make frequent trips to Percy Jones
Veteran's Hospital at Battle Creek
to act as hostesses for dances, similar
to the recent journey made by 72
women from Gamma Phi Beta, Sor-
osis, and the Women's War Council
is also being promoted.
Coeds from all houses on campus
Will take turns sponsoring teas for
the International Center next fall.
each residence will be notified by-
the Social Committee of its turn in
advance and will have complete
charge of at least one tea.
Present Activities To Continue
Orientation and Ruthven teas, a
Guide Service, dancing classes, a
bridge tournament and a Date Bu-
reau, activities sponsored by the So-
cial Committee this year will be con-
The new committee under the
chairmanship of Dorothy Wantz, with
Robin Cherer in charge of Interna-
tional Center functions, Olive Jean
Whitaker in charge of Special events,
and Lucy Stone, Grace Lathrop, Ann
Robinson and Betty Lou Bidwell in
charge of Ruthven teas, has set for its
goal. making the Social Committee
even more active than it was this
excerpts from letters which have been
written to Mrs. Conger from Uni-
versity women in all parts of the
Soon after the United States en-
tered the war, the Alumnae council
began to cOmflpile a list of names and
addresses of Michigan women in ser-
vice. Each was sent a card asking
for her address and rank, and for in-
formation concerning her work. From
this correspondence Mrs. Conger
gathered the material fbr the first.
issue of her news letter in December,
Publication Sent Overseas
Sponsored by the Alumnae coun-
cil, the publication is sent out to
alumnae overseas and in the United
States who are serving with the arm-
ed forces or the American Red Cross.
"We receive letters of apprecia-
tion every week from all parts of
the world," Mrs. Conger said, "and in
several instances Michigan women
have discovered, through our Bulle-
tin, that a former friend or class-
mate was serving nearby. Many small
groups have been' brought together
through the News Bulletin."
Mrs. Conger keeps a file containing
a card for each alumna in service,
on which is kept information as to
her rank, work, and location. These
cards are revised each month with
the addition of news from the latest
letters which the council has received.
To Be Issued Throughout War
The Bulletin is to be issued
throughout the course of the war.
"It has done a great deal to intelest
women in the alumnae organization,"
Mrs. Conger asserted. The publica-
tion is mimeographed and mailed out
from the League under the sponsor-
ship of the Alumnae Council, which
defrays the publication and mailing
After the war, when the last issue
of the Bulletin has been published, all
letters and records will be turned
over to the historical library in the
Rackham building. "Since this is the
first time that the women of Michi-
gan have gone to war, we thought it
wise to makea record of their contri-
butions. Our files and bulletins have
been requested for the Rackham col-
lection because of their historical
value," Mrs. Conger stated.
PUY MORE BONDS
The Navy's need for 20,000 more
WAVES in addition to the 82,000 now
serving was stressed by Thelma Lewis,
Sp. (R) 2 c, who will interview in-
terested coeds between 10 a. m. and
6 p. m. EWT (9 p. m. to 5 p. m. CWT)
today and tomorrow at the League.
With the Pacific casualty rate ris-
ing, WAVES in the Hospital Corps
are playing an integral role in Amer-
ica's all-out war effort, she pointed
Women are needed in the WAVES
for jobs as link trainer instructors,
research assistants, clerks, typists,
storekeepers, and numerous other
Women between the ages of 20 and
36 with at least two years of high
school training and without depend-
ents under 18 years of age may join
Special appointments for those who
are unable to contact Specialist Lewis,
during the interviewing hours may be
made with her,
New USO Club Activities Announced
A Ser vicemn' ns Couincil, composed PrfsoPetnSlsnwilb
of three Army and three Navy men of on S be
Vas recently inaugurated by the USO present at the USO Club at 3:30 p.m.
Club for the purpose of bringing (EWT) Sunday to participate in a
to the Club's attention ideas and sug- discussion of world affairs and cur-
gestions from servicemen for new ac- rent events. This Is Professor Slos-
tivities and revision of present activ- son's second discussion groupat Lhe
The Council, which will meet once USO,
a month, held its firti, meeting Sun- * *
day, June 2. There will be a dance at the USO
from 0:00 to 12:0:0 p.m. ?WT (8:00
Because of countless requests from to 11:00 CWT) Saturday. DanTracy
photography fans among the service- and his orchestra will furnish the
men stationed on campus, the USO music, and refreshments will be
Club is having a darkroom installed, served.
SHOWN ABOVE, is a Storekeeper Third Class of the WAVES. The
crossed keys indicate storekeeper and the single chevran means third
class petty officer. Those who qualify as petty officers earn a salary
of $78 a month, plus free meals and quarters.
J G Play ScriptsI
May Be Submitted
By Junior Women
Scripts, suitable for the 1946 Jun-
ior Girls Play, may be submitted by
any junior woman for consideration
by the script committee, according to
an announcement made yesterday by
Carolyn Daley, general chairman of
August 31 has been set as a dead-
line for submitting plays, and all
manuscripts should be mailed to Jan-
ice Carter, 2921 Miami Road, South
Bend 14, Ind. on or before that date.
Scripts should be entered with the
understanding that the script com-
mittee may use the entire play, or
any part or idea therein. Members
of the script committee are Barbara
Brady, Janice'Carter, and Lois Kelso.
A minimum of 125 girls must ap-
pear on the stage during the pro-
Scripts for the 1946 JG Play
should be submitted before Aug-
ust 31 to Janice Carter, 2921 Mi-
ami Road, South Bend 14,. Ind.
All junior women are eligible to
contribute plays for the consider-
ation of the script committee,,with
the stipulation that the commit-
tee may use the entire play or any
part of the play in the final pro-
duction. and singing and dancing
should be incorporated in the script.
The revue type of presentation is
preferable, and the play must con-
tain a plot. Because all roles will be
taken by women, script writers are
urged to keep male parts at a mini-
"We want this play to be a whole
class project, and above all, we want
originality of ideas," Miss Daley said.
"By submitting scripts, every junior
woman can help make this play the
best JG Play that has ever been pres-
Mr. and Mrs. James O'Keene of
Ann Arbor have announced the en -
gagement of their daughter, Maii-
lyn, to Hugh Wanty, NRO, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Wanty, also of
Miss O'Keene is a junior at the
University and a member of -Alpha
Xi Delta sorority. Mr. Wanty is a
member of Theta Chi. They are to
be married Sunday, June 24.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McConkey of
Lansing announce the engagement of
their daughter, Enid, to Jehn Gos-
ling, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Gos-
ling of Sturges.
Miss McConkey is a member of
Alpha Xi Delta sorority and is a
sophomore at the University. Mr.
Gosling will be in the medical school
here next year.
The engagement of Eleanor Louise
B~rown, daughter of Mrs. Wilda U.
Brown of Highland Park to Pfc. John
S. Wortley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
fred Wortley also of Highland Park
was announced recently.
The announcement was made at a
dinner party at the Kappa Delta
sorority house, of which Miss Brown
is a member. Pfc..Wortley formerly
attended Michigan State College.
Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Beernicktof
Grand Haven have announced the
engagement of their daughter, Betty,
to Pfc. Dorr Burns, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Burns of Ironwood.
Miss Beernick is a member of Al-
pha Xi Delta sorority. Pfc. Burns is
a junior in medical school at the
University and is affiliated with
Alpha Kappa Kappa, medical frater-
They are to be married Sept. 1.
BUY WAR BONDS
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Wesley Foundation: The last stu-
dent Tea and Open House for this
semester will be held today from
3:00-4:00 p.m. (CWT) in the Stu-
dent Lounge at the First Methodist
Church. All Methodist students and
their friends are cordially invited.
The Women's Glee Clib will meet
tonight at 6:30 (CWT) in telm League
to make recordings.
The Navy Olympics: The Depart-
ment of Physical Education and Ath-
letics cordially invites students, fac-
ulty members, and the general pub-
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), on Ferry
Research Club: The final meeting
of the year of the Research Club will
be held this evening at eight o'clock
in the Rackham Amphitheatre. Pro-
fessor Campbell Bonner will present
a paper on "Coins, Gems and a Lost
Statue" and Professor Malcolm H.
Soule a paper on "Leprosy." Officers
for the ensuing year will be elected.
The Regular Thursday Evening
Record Concert will be held in the
Ladies Lounge of the Rackham
Building at 6:30 p.m. The program
will consist of Quartet No. 9 in C
Major by Beethoven; Piano Concerto
in A Major by Schumann; and Sym-
phony No. 2 in C Major by Schu-
mann. All Graduate students are
cordially invited to attend this con-
Tea at the International Center,
every Thursday, 3-4:30 p.m. Faculty,
foreign students, and their American
friends are cordially invited.
All students who have competed
in. the Helpwood Contests are invited
to the Hopwood Room Friday fore-
noon from 9:00 to 11:00 (CWT) to
meet Struthers Burt.
The Women of the University Fae-
ulty will hold their final meeting of
the year o. Thursday, June 14, at
3:30 (CWT) in the West Conference
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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