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.a 1945, F[I4, THE ICHIGAN DAILY
Dental Schol Will Give Rnnul Odonto Ball Friday in

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nion

Layton To Playj
Favorite Tunes
At Gala Affair

Panhel Petitions
For Ball, Night
Due by Friday

Junior Class Will Give Dance Petitions for Panhel Ball and Night
To Honor Graduating Seniors; rre to be made this week and turned
in by 5 p. m.., Friday, in the Panhel
Treasurers To Sell Tickets box of the Undergraduate Office in
TTee League.
Plans were completed today for Detailed plans should be stated on
the eleventh Annual Dental School's the blanks. The following positions
Odonto Ball, to be held from 9 p.m. for the Panhel Ball are open: general
to midnight Friday in the Union chairman, publicity, finance, music,
Ballroom, tickets, patrons, and decorations.
Bill Layton and his orchestra will The dance is to be given in the
furnish the music for the semi-for- spring in co-operation with Assem-
mal dance, which is given by the bly. Suggestions for the Ball shouldi
junior class in honor of the graduat- include ideas concerning the orche-J
ing class. Layton will feature his stra, theme, and decorations.
usual smooth arraigements, and his For Panhel Night, the positions are
soloist, Miss B. J. Huser will sing cam- these: general chairman, programs
pus favorites. arrangements, program, publicity,
Dent Students Invited finance, and patrons are open. Pan-
All dental students and their hel Night, which is to be held in
friends have been invited, and tick- 'Rackham, is a recognition night for
ets may be purchased now from class sorority women. Scholastic, war ac-
treasurers. tivities, and other awards will be
Three dental fraternities are plan- made.
ning to hold dinners preceding the Interviewing for the positions arei
dancesto start off the evening's fes- cheduled from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. on
tivities.# Monday and Wednesday of next week,
Central Committee and from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. Tues-f
Members of the central committee day.
and their guests include: George C. - -
Touma, co-chairman, with Virginia
Taylor, '46SN; Kenneth Jacques. co-Bo v w ncg I Alleys!
chairman, with Marian Burns, Sag.- I
maw; Robert Aldrich, publicity, with 'A-
Pat Vandervort, '45; David Striffler. Q en at W A B
music, and Ruth Lyle, Iowa City;
Robert Weiss, arrangements, with The bowling alleys at the WAB
reopened Monday and will be avail-
Patrons for the dance will be: Dr. able from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Dr. every week day for the rest of the
and Mrs. Russell W. Bunting, Dr. semester.
and Mrs. Albert C. Furstenberg, Dr. Ls eetrtealy eecm
and Mrs. Francis B. VeDder, Dr Paul Last semester the alleys were com-
H. Jeserich, Dr. Dorothy G. Hard, plotely reconditioned by the Physical
Dr. and Mrs. Oliver C. Applegate, Dr. Eucation depatmnvol ne enoers
and Mrs. Kenneth A. Easlick. st.adacrso oute od
was recruited to set pins.-
Patrons Announced "Now trhat the alleys are open i
The list continues with Dr. and Again we hope that they will be used
Mrs. George R. Moore, Dr. and Mrs. ,all the time they're open," Dorothy
Richard H. Kingery, Dr. and Mrs. Flint, '46 bowling manager, said re-
Floyd D. Ostradder, Dr. and Mrs. cently. "We especially invited all
Louis C. Schultz, Dr. and Mrs. Don- freshmen interested in bowling to
ald A. Kerr, Dr. and Mrs. Philip Jay, come and try the alleys."V
Dr. and Mrs. John W. Kemper, Dr.
and Mrs. Philip M. Northrup, Dr. and CT
Mrs. Floyd A. Peyton, Dr. and Mrs. Committee To Meet
Ralph F. Sommer. All women interested in working
The list concludes with: Dr. and on Merit Committee have been in-a
Mrs. Marcus L. Ward, Dr. and Mrs. vited to come to a meeting at 5 p.m.
Elmer L. Whitman, Dr. and Mrs. Thursday in the League.I
Ralph A. Moyer, Dr. and Mrs. Rob- Merit Committee keeps a file at
ert Wright, Dr. John W. Bean, Dr. the League which shows the activi-I
and Mrs. Raymond L. Garner, Dr. ties of every woman on campus.V
and Mrs. Leon H. Strong, and Dr. These records are used by JudiciaryC
and Mrs. Saul Cohen. Council in interviewing for positions.

New Volunteer Dorm Tourney
Hospital AidesFor Ping Pong
To Meet TOpens
Orintaionmeeing fo al cods "Dormitory ping pong tournaments
Orientation meetings for all coeds should get under way now, sine
Swho are interested in working as hos-names of representatives for each
pital volunteers will be held at 4 house must be turned in at Barbour
p. in. and 7:15 p. m. today at Uni- i Gym before Friday, March 24," Al-
versity Hospital. ene Loeser, chairman of the campus-
wide tournament, announced yester-
The meetings will serve to acquaintIday
University women with the type of d
work done by hospital volunteers in She continued by urging house
relieving the shortage of nurses. Co- athletic chairmen to complete the
eds may sign for the time they wish necessary arrangements for inter-
to work at the meetings. No woman dorm playoffs, and to make certain
will be eligible unless she has at- that matches were being played as
tended one of the meetings. scheduled. Rules for the tourney
may be obtained at Barbour Gym.
New women on campus are urg- List Will Be Posted
ed to come out for Sophomore The list of girls selected to repre-
Class Project, and those coeds who I sent their houses should include
have worked before must report to names, addresses, and telephone
the volunteer office if they wish to numbers. From this list of names, .a
continue in their former jobs. No tournament chart will be made out
applications for volunteers will be and posted in the gym. Deadline
accepted after April 1. dates for the rounds of play will also
Volunteer workers do many tasks be posted, and all games must be
at both University and St. Joseph's played before that time.
Hospitals. Working in wards, on pri- After the round is completed, the
vate floors, in pediatrics, in clinics, winner being decided by two out of
at the Galen stand, in the admitting three games, the person who wins
department, and at numerous other should post her name in the correct
activities, University women aid bracket on the chart, also the scores
greatly in saving the valuable time of the three games.
of nurses. Winners To Be Selected
This is the third consecutive year The tournament will continue until
that the Sophomore Class has pro- all have been eliminated but one
vided local hospitals with volunteer woman, and she will be campus ping
'workers. Before the war, the efforts pong champion.
of the class were directed to Soph Pacilities for playing ping pong
Cabaret, a traditional annual event. are available at Barbour Gym, Hillel,
Soph Cabaret will be revived this WAB, and in some of the dormitories.
year, but the class will continue to House athletic chairman should con-
sponsor the volunteer hospital ser- tact Alene Loeser at 2-3119 for ad-
vice. j ditional information.
'Ball InterviewsStudents To Attend
First Ruthven Tea
Wil Contirnue First semester freshmen and all

MICAIGAN MARINES--These members of the Marine Corps Women's R-eserve are all from Michigan
and are now stationed at the Marine Air Station at El Centro, Calif. They are, left to right, Cpl. Ida
Stitt, Ann Arbor; Pfc. Madeline Black, Coleman; Cpl. Agnes Roberts, Dearborn; Pfc. Helen Veselenak,
Dearborn;' Cpl. Harriet Paul, Pontiac; Pvt. Lucy Bel da, Grand Rapids; Pvt. Patricia Toolan, Iron Moun-
tain; Pit. Bonna Ingalabe, Grosse Pointe; and Pfc. Bettina Wood, Rockford.
JGP PROBLEMS: 'Sn
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To Meet Today

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Although it's still early for theI
Junior Girls play committee to begin
to worry about the scenery it is go-
ng to need for the coming class
play, nevertheless the juniors do have
a problem which needs a lot of solv-
ng.
Nancy fressel, who is in charge of
scenery, decided to talk to Herbert
Philippi of the speech department
about giving her tips on working
with scenery. He did better than
ghat; he offered to lend her a bright
urple-colored backdrop for the stage.
This was really a break. Not only
vould Miss Tressel get a backdrop,
but she would get one for nothing
and save JGP some money.
The next problem was to move the
scenery from Lab Theatre to the
League. T's (,aled1 I'.r veal head-
work by Evy Horlich, lyric director.
Of course, every one knoais about the
man power shortage on campus and.
getting Michigan men talked into
moving the backdrop was no easy
ob.
Just as the crew started hauling

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unaffiliated women who live in pri-
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you, director of Lydia Mendelssohn families, will hold a meeting at 8
Theatre, and Eddy, who works back lpm. today in the Dean's office in
stage, took one look at the battered Barbour Gym.
scenery and announced that it was New women on campus who by
the wrong size and couldn't be used special permission of the Dean's of-
at all. fice are living in private homes are
That brings us up to date. The particularly invited to attend the
purple backdrop now belongs to JGP, meeting. Both married and single
only it's in two pieces. But, any- women who are not x-ushing are asked
way, even if it weren't split down the to come. The old members will greet
middle, it's the wrong size anyway. the new women. Marjorie Baker,
This is what the committee would like temporary chairman, will preside
to know, "Are there any suggestions over the meeting which will include
in the house?" election of officers.

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Easter

Partners

FRESH as the Easter lily and
new as the Spring season are
the softly tailored suits of
1001, wool or gabardine. Ac-
cent your choice with a dainty
blouse designed for the cardi-
gan and lapelled necklines.
The perfect Spring-time com-
bination . .. a gay-printed or
solid tinted dress fashioned in
smooth rayon materials to
-N fflatter the fggure.. added to
a smart all-occasion topcoat-
And, of course, the right ac-
cessories to complete the cos-

the backdrop, it split right down the
middle. At that point, Philippi was
kind enough to tell the workers that
JGP could keep the backdrop.
Once at the League, Herbert Ken-
Coeds Are Needed
To Sell Stamps
In JGP Booths
Women interested in selling warj
stamps in JGP booths may attend a
meeting to be held at 3 p. m. Friday
in the League, Jean Hotchkins, JGP
booth chairman, announced yester-
day.
At the present time there are two
booths, in the League and in the
Union. Plans for opening a third
booth are being made, and those at-
tending the meeting may make sug-
gestions as to the location of the new
booth.
Those who sold stamps last senies-
ter are not automatically signed up
for the new crew, but must attend
the meeting too. The room will be
posted.
Activity Card Signed

YV AA Notices
The Outing Club will meet at 7:30
. :., tomorrow, in the 'WAB, ac-
cording to Lee Wellman, manager of
the club, A discussion of the plans
for the spring term will be held
around an open fire.
All those coeds who have receiv-
ed invitations to the Club Basket-
ball Club should attend the first
meeting at 7:30 p. m. today
at Barbour gym. Helen Masson
will be the manager of the organ-
ization, which is composed of
women who have been chosen for
their ability and interest in basket-
ball.
Practice times for the swimming
meet which will be held April 12 were
announced recently by Rita Auer,
president of the Swimming Club.
The teams from Stockwell, Adelia
Cheever, Newberry, Zones IV, V, and
VI, Day House, and Hill House are to
practice between 7:15 and 8:15 on
March 13 at the Union pool.
Participants from The Lodge, Lock-
wood Manor, Mosher, Madison House,
Zones 7 and 8, and Ridgewood house
may practice between 7:15 and 1:15
on March 15, also at the Union pool.
Since the tennis courts are not
to be opened until the first week
in April, the WAA Tennis Club
will not hold it's organizational
meeting until the last week in
March Harriet Risk, Tennis Man-
ager announced yesterday. Watch
the Daily for further announce-
ments.

The organization was created last
semester by the women as a social
group to give them the chance to
participate in student government
and to become acquainted with the
opportunities for war work
The organization was formed be-
cause the housing shortage has caus-
ed more women than ever before to
live in private homes.

Petitioning and interviewing for
the seven Assembly central com-
mittee positions for Assembly-Panhel
Ball will continue from 3 p.m. to 5
p.m. today and tomorrow in the
Kalamazoo Room of the League.
Coeds, who are petitioning must
sign up for an interviewing time on
the slip posted on the door of the
Kalamazoo Room. Petitions are to
be brought to the interviews.
'he positions open to independent
petitioners are those of general
chairman, decoration, nv 'mc,.patron,
finance, publicity and ticket chair-
men.

new marines on campus will be spe-
cial guests at a student tea to be
held from 4 p. in. to 6 p. m. today in
the home of President and Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven.
Other groups especially invited to
the first tea of the new semester in-
elude women from Alumni House,
Adelia Cheever, Delta Delta Delta,
and Alpha Epsilon Phi. Any student
on Campus may attend the affair.
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By Merit Committee
Womn w]ihing to participate in
any campus activity, with the ex-
ceptions of student publications and
WAA, must have their eligibility
cards signed by tIhe Merit Commit-
tee before March 30 in the League.
Eligibility cards may be obtained
in Room 2, University Hall upon
I presentation of report cards showing
at least eleven hours of work com-
pleted last semester with a C average
for upperclassmen, and fifteen hours
with a C average for freshmen.
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University women interested in par-
ticipating in the Badminton tourna-
ment, to be held from Monday to
Monday, April 2 are invited to sign
!up.
IlSheets for this purpose will be post-
I ed Saturday, March 17, in Barbour
Gym, the League, Angell Hall, Uni-
versity Hall, WAB, and the Chem-
istry Building.
Matches may be played either Wed-
nesday afternoon, or Saturday after-
noon. Contestants must furnish their
own birds.
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