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Formal

Bond Belles To Help University
Achieve Goal in Loan Drive
By ANN SCHUTZ
"War Loan Gallant"-the bright If the faculty member is respon-
red, white, and blue Bond Belle sive, the Bond Belle will take his
badge says; but that's only part of j money or check and write the order
the whole story of what the Bond in the book. There are three copies
Belles are really doing in the Sixth of each order-a red one to the cus-
War Loan Drive. tomer, blue to the seller, and black to
Bond Belles are junior women who the League.
have volunteered to help the Uni- Orders Taken to League
versity achieve its goal of $100,000 After completing the sale by giv-
in war bonds before December 16. ing the professor the red copy, our
The women have been divided into favorite Bond Belle takes the order
fifteen teams, each headed by a cap- over to Miss Ethel MacCormick's of-
tain. Each captain and her team fice in the League. In the League the
have been assigned to sell bonds to order is checked on a huge chart
the faculty of a particular school. which contains information as to
There also is one team selling bonds buyer, seller, amount, day it was
to administration members. checked at the League, and many
Every Professor Reached more items so that no possible con-
Each team member is given a cer- fusion will result to harass Bond
tain number of faculty members to Belles and purchasers of the bond.
see by her captain. The Bond Belle After it is checked, Fran Goldberg,
selects a professor from her list and chairman of the drive, takes the
telephones him for an appointment. black copy to the Cashier's office.
At the appointed time she appears At the Cashier's Office the bonds are
with her order book ready and pen- filled out and in a day or two return-
cil eager to write down that order. ed to the League.

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DonorsNeeded
By Blood Bank
Booth on Diagonal To Register
Students To Fill New Quota
In order to fill the quota of Uni-
versity students required for the Red
Cross Blood Bank, to be open here
Dec. 14 and 15, registration will be
held from 11 a. m. to noon and from
12:45 p. m. to 1:15 p. m. tomorrow,
on the diagonal.
The Blood Bank quota of 400 was
not met in the registration held last
week, and 125 donors are still need-
ed. Women are particularly urged
to sign up, since the men registrants
have outnumbered the coeds so far.I
Blood donors must be 18 or over,
and if they are under 21, they must
have the written consent of their
parents. Special forms for this pur
pose may be picked up at the time of
registration.
"It has been left up to us, the
students, to ,fill this next month's
entire quota, and I sincerely hope we
don't let the Red Cross down," Jean
Loree, '45, chairman of the League
Blood Bank said.
Assembly Night
Interviewing
Will Take Place
Because of the intervening Thanks-
giving holiday those independent wo-
men who have not already submitted
their petitions for positions on the
Recognition Night committee will be
permitted to bring them to their
interviews this week.
Interviewing will be held Monday,
2-4, Tuesday, 1-4, and Wednesday'
2-4, in the League Kalamazoo Room.
Petitioners may sign up for an inter-
view at the League Undergraduate
Office where an appointment sheet
will be posted on the Bulletin Board.
Positions on this committee consist
of General Chairman, Assistant Gen-
eral Chairman, Tickets, Publicity,
Patrons, Activity Honors, Refresh-
ments, Decorations, and Arrange-
ments.
Voicing the opinion of the entire
Assembly Board, Florine Wilkins,
President, says, "We want every in-
dependent woman on campus to
come out for Recognition Night, and
to make it the biggest and best of all
times. It is her chance to give an
active demonstration of her capa-
bilities and interest as a member of
Assembly."
There will be a meeting of all
JGP league house representatives at
5 p. m. tomorrow in the League, ac-
cording to Rita Bregman, league
house chairman. The room will be
posted.

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Fletcher Henderson's Bond
Will Come from Windy City
To Furnish Music for Affair
Interfraternity Council will pre-
sent its twelfth annual formal ball
from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday,
Dec. 16 in the League ballroom, Bliss
Bowman, president, announced yes-
terday.
Fletcher Henderson and his fam-
ous Negro band will furnish music
for the dance. Henderson comes to
Ann Arbor from Chicago where he
has long been one of the city's most
popular bands. Known as one of the
men most instrumental in earning
Benny Goodman his title as ''King of
Swing," Henderson has twice won the
trophy presented to the "King of All
Arrangers."
Ilonared Many Times
Henderson has gained many hon-
ors in American dance band history
for the Negro race. His was the first
Negro organization to appear on a
radio broadcast and at the collegiate
proms of Princeton, Penn State, Yale,
Amherst, Williams, Washington, Lee,
Cornell and Rutgers.
Tickets for IFC Ball are to be
distributed to the heads of all frater-
nities. Every member of a fraternity
is eligible to buy a ticket. Crests
from each fraternity will comprise
the decorations which are necessarily
limited to wartime simplicity.
Perpetuates Tradition
"Fraternity Ball is an attempt to
perpetuate a peacetime event," Bow-
man said. "Approximately 27 fra-
ternities'are active at present," he
added, "while the usual peacetime
number was between 35 and 40. The
remaining ones have assumed the
responsibility of keeping old customs
W~ive."
Among the patrons listed by Bow-
man are President and Mrs. Alexan-
der G. Ruthven, Dean Joseph A.
Bursley, Dean and Mrs. I. C. Craw-
ford, Dean and Mrs. E. A. Walter,
Dean and Mrs. W. B. Rea and Dean
and Mrs. C. T. Olmstead.
Patrons Continued
Also included are Registrar and
Mrs. I. W. Smith, Miss Eleanor Scan-
lan, Lt.-Comm. and Mrs. E. F. Scott,
Lt.-Comm. and Mrs. J. J. Branson,
Lt. and Mrs. Ives Atherton, and Lt.
and Mrs. Erwin Scherdt.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kempf, Mr. and
Mrs. Leo A. Burns, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Graham, and Mr. and Mrs.
H. G. Watkins complete the list.
Members of the dance committee
besides Bowman are Donald MacKin-
non, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Robert
Acton, Sigma Chi; Phillip Marcellus,
Alpha Tau Omega; Richard Moon,
Beta Theta Pi; Homer Simons, Phi
Delta Theta; Alan Boyd, Phi Kappa
Psi, and Tom ZurSchmiedy, Sigma
Chi.
Sororities Top
Dressing Unit
The top three sororities who made
their quotas last week at the Surgical
Dressings Unit were Delta Gamma,
20; Delta Delta Delta, 19%; and
Sorosis, 17.
Frances Goldberg, publicity chair-
man of the Unit, stated that there
would be a special instructors session
Monday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the
Surgical Dressings room in the
League. All instructors must attend
or notify Harriet Fishel, chairman of
Surgical Dressings.
Due to the shortage of smocks at
the Unit, all girls are requested to
wear white cotton blouses.
AT
YFOLLEUT'S
YOU CAN ORDER

Held Dec. 16bat League

FLETCHER HENDERSON
... Plays for IFC
[WAA Notices
Rifle Club: 5 p. m Monday at the
ROTC Range, All those of the
Thursday and Monday Groups who
did not see the Army film must at-
tend the showing at 5 p. m. Thursday
at the ROTC Range. Those of the
Thursday group who have seen the
film need not come until the follow-
ing Thursday.
University Women's Riding Club:
6 p. m. Monday in front of Barbour.
All members must bring their dues.
Field Hockey: 4:30 p. m. Monday.
Game against Ypsilanti at the WAB.
Spectators are invited to attend. In
case of rain, the game will take place
at the same time Wednesday.
Fencing: 5 p. m. Tuesday at the
WAB.
Lacrosse: 4:30 p. m. Tuesday and
Thursday at the WAB.
Figure Skating: 3:30 p. in. Tues-
day and Wednesday at the Rink.
Modern Dance Club: Beginning
section 7:20 p. m. Tuesday. Advanced
Section 8:20 p. in. Wednesday in
the Dance Studio of Barbour.
Crop and Saddle: 6 p. m. Tuesday
in front of Barbour Gym.
Advanced Section of University
Women's Riding Club: 6 p. in. in
front of Barbour Gym.
Camp Counselors Club: Organiza-
tion meeting at 4:30 p. m. in the
WAB.
Following the recent petitioning
and interviewing for the position of
Dormitory Manager of the WAA
Board, Mary Baker, '45, of Martha
Cook was chosen for the position.

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And you'll agree in short order when you
see the large collection of smooth outfits in
our stock . . . We rounded up all the things
we know you like from well tailored suits
to the smartest dress that ever went to col-
lege . . . (saying nothing of those clever
accessories) . . . Let our helpful staff get yOL
handsomely turned out for the busy days
to come.
Ani Abor's Fine Downtown Store

Percy Jones Hospital Requests
Christmas Boxes From All Coeds
By LOIS KELSO
If you ever do succeed in finding ery house on campus to give at least
any cigarettes in Ann Arbor, put one Christmas gift box to these men.
some in a gift box for the wounded The Alpha Gamma Deltas are giv-
veterans in Percy Jones Hospital. ing a box from every room. If ev-
They sacrificed for us; let's sacri- ery house did this, the goal of a
fice for them! gift for every veteran in the hospi-
Percy Jones Hospital in Battle tal would be reached.
Creek is now caring for thousands The boxes should be neatly but at-
of American veterans of World War tractively wrapped, with a list of the
II. Most of these are amputees. contents on the outside. Besides the
They must wait for their stumps to rather improbable cigarettes, they
heal and be fitted with artificial might include: pencils, cards, hand-
limbs, after which the very good kerchiefs, Army ties, stationery, toilet
occupational therapy department articles (as tooth powder or soap),
tries to help them to overcome billfolds, chess sets, books, hard can-
their handicaps. dies, shoe polish, sewing sets and
As just a small down payment on shoe laces. Please do not include
the enormous debt we owe them, the cake, soft candies, razors, or jig-
Women's War Council is asking ev- saw puzzles.
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