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'U' Women Urged to Turn In
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All Christmas boxes for veterans
stationed at Percy Jones hospital
must be turned in at the Office of
the Social Director of the League by
Dec. 15, according to Deborah Per-
ry, 45, chairman of the drive.
Although the committee expects
to surpass last year's mark of 300
boxes, none have yet been turned in.
Miss Parry reminded the coeds that
the deadline for the boxes is only
two weeks away and added, "This
drive really is important, and we
hope that every woman on campus
will contribute to it."
Many houses have already organ-
ized plans for the drive. Alpha Gam-
ma Delta, Chi Omega, Alpha Delta
Pi, Alpha Xi Delta and Pi Beta Phi
will give one box from each room in
their respective houses, while Gamma
Phi Beta, Zeta Tau Alpha, Kappa
Alpha Theta and Sigma Delta Tau
will give one box from every two
Alpha Epsilon Phi has collected
$1.00 from every member and will
use this to buy boxes, and Alpha
Omicron Pi, Alpha Phi, Betsy Bar-
bour House and Helen Newberry Res-
idence will also collect money. Col-
legiate Sorosis will give three large
boxes and Mosher Hall will give five.
Martha Cook expects one hundred
percent participation, as the girls are
filling boxes in individual groups,
and also contributing to a fund. Sev-
eral houses stated that they had no
definite plans as yet, but that they
definitely intended to make their
Pat Coulter, head of personnel
administration, has announced
that additional personnel blanks,a
which must be filled out by every
woman on campus, may be ob-
tained in the Undergraduate Office
in the League.
There will be a meeting of trans-
fer group A at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday
in the League, according to Betty
Vaughn and Jane Strauss.
To Begin New
The Surgical Dressings Unit has
inaugurated a new quota system in
order to make the competition more
fair for the smaller houses, Francis
Goldberg, publicity chairman, -an-
This new system is based upon
percentage rather than hours. The
number of hours of work each house
puts in at the Unit is divided by the
number of girls living in the house.
In this way, if on the average, each
girl puts in one hour at the Unit, the
house would have filled its quota and
thus have 100%.
According to this new system, the
three top sororities were: Alpha Delta
Pi, 132%; Sigma Delta. Tau, 84%;
and Delta Delta, 79%. The three top
dormitories were: Lockwood Manor,
65.2%, Day House, 16.6%; and Betsy
Barbour, 12.6% The three top league
houses were: Mrs. Ross' League
House, 36%; Mrs. Gorman's League
House, 33%; and Mrs. Rock's League
There will be another special ses-
sion for instructors from 3 p.m. to
5 p.m. Monday at the League.
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Due by Tuesday
Candidates for three new Assembly
Council positions, Personnel Admin-
istrator and two War Activities
Chairmen, may petition Monday and
All independent women on campus
are eligible to petition except first;
semester freshmen. Interviewing will
be held from 2-5, Wednesday and
Thursday afternoons in the Kalama-
zoo Room of the Michigan League.
Petitioners may sign up for inter-
views on the sign-up sheet in the
These new offices have been creat-
ed by Assembly Council in order to
more closely coordinate the many
diverse war activities in which inde-
pendents participate. The Personnel
Administrator will keep a file on all
independent women, telling the hours
that they would be willing to do war
work, and how many wish to be
The two War Activities Chairmen,
one in charge of dormitories and
auxiliary dormitories and the other
in charge of league houses, will col-
lect and record the monthly reports
of the individual house War Activi-
Commenting on the response re-
ceived from Indenepdents, Florene
Wilkins, '45, president of Assembly
Council, stated that Michigan women
were taking the responsibilities of a
wartime America in their stride.
Rifle Club: 5 p. m., Monday, at the
ROTC Rifle Range.
University Women's Riding Club:
6 p. in., Monday, at Barbour gym.
Dues must be paid.
Field Hockey: 4:30 p. m., Monday
and Wednesday at WAB.
Fencing: 5 p. m., Tuesday, at Bar-
Lacrosse: Discontinued until spring.
Figure Skating: 3:30 p. m., Tues-
day and Wednesday, at the rink.
Modern Dance Club: Beginning
section, 7:20 p. in., Tuesday, advanc-
ed section, 8:20 p. m. Wednesday; in
Dance Studio of Barbour gym.
Crop and Saddle: 6 p. in., Tuesday,
in front of Barbour gym.
University Women's Riding Club:
Advanced section, 6 p. m., Thursday,
in front of Barbour gym.
Ballet Club: 3:15 to 5:15 p. m.,
Thursday, at Barbour gym.
Tap Club: 4:15, Thursday, in WAB
WAA To Entertain
All Athletic Managers from League
Houses, dorms, and sororities are
invited to a tea to be given in their
honor at 4:30 p.m. Friday at WAB.
Jean Gaffney, '46, Awards Chair-
man, will discuss WAA awards, and
Shelby Dietrich, '45, president of
WAA, will also speak at this informal
Arrangements for the tea are under
the direction of Barb Osborne, '46,
Intramural Manager, and refresh-
ments will be served.
Clare Luce Lauds
British War Nurses
PARIS, Dec. 2.-(P)-Rep. Clare
Boothe Luce (Rep., Conn.), com-
menting on reports received today
by touring members of the House
Military Affairs Committee at Allied
Headquarters, said that American
women "have not been doing their
part" as well as the British in supply-
"A large number of nurses is need-
ed immediately and more will be
needed later on," Mrs. Luce said.
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Group To Meet
Sorority war stamp representatives
will hold a meeting at 3:30 p.m.
tomorrow in the League.
According to Jane Strauss, sorority
chairman, the purpose of the meeting
will be to see how stamp sales have
been going in the sororities and to
give the saleswoman ideas as to how
to increase their sales.
The three top sororities in buying
stamps in the last two weeks have
been Alpha Gamma Delta, Sigma
Delta Tau, and Alpha Xi Delta.
This week will also mark the be-
ginning of the stamp sales in men's
houses. Each house will have its own
representative who will take charge
of the sales in his particular house.
The representatives will hold a meet-
ig at 4 p.m. Tuesday in the League,
room to be posted.
INVEST IN VICTORY
Schedule of coed
I s i sted by WAA
Monday: 5:15, Zone X vs. Chicago
Lodge. Mosher 1 vs. Alpha Epsilon
Phi. 7:15, Elmwood vs. White House.
Tuesday, 5:15, Alpha Phi vs. Col-
onial House. Sorosis vs. Lockwood
House. 7:05, Alpha Xi Delta vs. Zone
III. Oakwood House vs. Geddes
Wednesday: 5:15, Tappan House
vs. Ann Arbor Girls. 7:15, Stockwell
vs. Delta Gamma. Alpha Gamma
Delta vs. State Street House.
Thursday: 5:15, Mosher IV vs. Pi
Beta Phi. Adelia Cheever vs. Betsy
Barbour. 7:15, Kappa Delta vs. Gam-,
ma Phi Beta. Zeta Tau Alpha vs..
Zone V. 8, Jordan 11 vs. Zone II.
Defaults: If a team defaults twice,
entrance points are taken off. If,
there is one default, entrance pointsj
are cut in half.I
Notice Is Qiven
For Quiet Hours
Unless quiet hours are set and kept
in all houses, the Dean of Women
will be forced to set compulsory
hours, according to Mrs. Arthur Bro-
mage, Assistant Dean of Women.
"In many cases the league houses
are just now being organized, how-
ever, all houses should have chosen
the quiet hours best suited to their
individual needs," said Mrs. Bromage.
A number of students, in addition
to house mothers, have gone into
the dean's office to complain about
the lack of quiet hours in their league
"It is to the student's advantage to
have a. set time in which she can
study or sleep without being dis-
turbed by the noise of thoughtless
neighbors. If the students will keep
their chosen quiet hours so much the
better, but if not, this privilege of
choosing the hours will be forfeited,"
concluded Mrs. Bromage.
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