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DEC 2), 1944

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Independent Coeds
To Receive Honors
Recognition Night
Ira Smith To Present Scholastic Awards
To Women with Highest Averages Lost Year;
Three Honor Societies To Give Short Skits

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Assembly Recognition Night, tradi-
tional night set aside by Assembly to
honor its outstanding independent
women will be held at 8 p. m., Wed-
.nesday, January 10, in the ballroom
of the League.
Scholastic awards, war activities
awards will be announced, and Wy-
vern, Senior Society and Mortar
Board will present short skits. Ad-
mission is free to all and dessert will
be served. Tickets for the dessert
will go on sale shortly after Christ-
mas vacation, Eileen Allen and Phyl-
lis Crocker, Co-Publicity Chairmen,
announced.
Point System Used
Betsy Follin and June Ide, Acti-
vities Chairmen, have worked out a
point system in conjunction with
Panhellenic for awarding prizes to
women prominent in war activities.
They have assigned different point
values for the various war. activities
in an effort to award prizes on an
equal basis.
Dormitory, auxiliary dormitory and
league house directors are asked to
attend with their houses, * Doris
Trumpeter and Rika Drewes, Pat-
ron's Chairmen, announced. Plans
are being made to seat women ac-
cording to their houses, under the
direction of Margie Harrington, Arm
rangements Chairman.
Scholastic awards in the form of
engraved cards will be awarded to
the outstanding freshman, sopho-
more and junior woman of the scho-
lastic year 1943-44, by Ira Smith,
Registrar of the; University, announc-
Nursery Schools
Need 'U' Workers
Although the response of Univer-
sity coeds has been excellent, we still
need some women to work in the nur-
sery schools of Ann Arbor, said Jean
Pines, '46, yesterday.
Women who volunteer for this ac-
tivity will go down to the local nur-
sery schools in the afternoon and
care for the children. Game lead-
ing, reading, and generally directing
the children will be the duties of the
helpers. Some coeds are already go-
ing down to the, Perry School, but
after the holidays, a second school
will be opened and more volunteers
will be needed.
Any coed interested in becoming a
nursery school helper is asked to con-
tact Miss Pines at 2-5587.
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ed Virginia McRae, Scholastic Awards
Chairman.
Contest Still Open
Marion Peyser, Assistant General
Chairman, who is in charge of the
Song Contest to find a theme song
for Assembly reported that coeds are
showing great spirit in submitting
entries. The contest is still open
and any independent may submit as5
many entries as she chooses.
Joyce Seigan and Helen Alpert,
Co-Publicity Chairmen, have asked
that any coeds who are interested in
helping on any of the various com-
znittees should contact Claire Mac-
aulay, General Chairman of Recogni-
tion Night or any of the'"individual
chairmen.
"Plans are progressing smoothly,"
Miss Macaulay announced, "and this
Recognition Night will be a night
to live in the memory of many a
coed."

Tri Delt Leads HospitalNeeds
AllSororitiesVacation Help
Being a hospital patient at any
time of year is not a pleasant experi-
ence, and this is especially true when
Delta Delta Delta topped all sorori- Christmas is near at hand.
ties in the total number of hours University Hospital has announced
spent in war work during the month that there is an acute need during
meal times for women to pass pa-,
of November, according to the month- tients' trays from the diet kitchens
ly Pan Hellenic war activities sheets to the wards. An appeal is being
which were distributed yesterday to made to local coeds, or those who will
all sorority presidents. be spending their vacation here in
The total number of hours spent in Ann Arbor, to help relieve the short-
working at the League or in other age during the Christmas holidays.
outside activities by the 676 soror- Those women interested in work-
ity members was 17,275. This makes ing from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., or from
an average of 20 2 hours per woman 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. will be paid by the
per month. hlrspital and may obtain their meals
Delta Delta Delta worked an ag.- in the hospital, where a regular
gregate of 2,247 and a half hours, Christmas dinner will be served.
with 50 hours the average per mem- A few hours spent in passing trays
ber. Second on the list is Alpha during Christmas vacation will be a
Delta Pi who have an average of 42 well appreciated gift to patients, as
hours per woman. Placing a close # well as to the hospital.
third, Alphi Xi Delta amassed an Help to really bring a Merry Christ-
average of 39 hours per woman. mas to those who are hospitalized by
Other sororities and the average calling 2-2521, Extension 215, and
number of hours per member is as registering today.
follows: Zeta Tau Alpha, 38; Sigma
Delta Tau, 33; Alpha Omicron Pi,
30; Kappa Delta, 28; Alpha Chi Om- f e
ega, 28; Alpha Phi, 25; Gamma Phi
Beta, 24; Delta Gamma, 23; Chi Om-
ega, 21; Pi Beta Phi, 21; Alpha Gam- o
ma Delta, 19; Kappa Kappa Gamma,
19; Alpha Epsilon Phi, 17; Sorosis, '
17; and Kappa Alpha Theta, 15. tIVF r fl 'ic1( !

Students To Celebrate New

With Elaborate j
Juke box music, a musical comedy
floor show, games, a movie and
re- freshments promise to make the
League New Y'ear's Eve celebration,
sponsored by the Women's War Coun-
cil, a complete festival.
"The Scarlet Pfmpernei,-' starring
Leslie Howard, will be shown at 8:30
and at 11:15 p. m. in the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre. Mortar Board, sen-
ior women's honor society, will spon-
sor the movie.
Assembly and Panhellenic, headed
by Florine Wilkins and Margaret
Laubengayer will supply the Ball-
room with music and a coke bar. A
student talent floorshow will be pre-
sented at 11:15 p. m. Included
among the facts are song by the
Women's Glee Club; Eleanor Mellert,
Lady Magician; Beverly Wittan and
Dorothy Murzek, dancers and the
Alpha Chi Omega skit, "I Walked
Home From the Buggy Ride." Pat
Coulter, Shelby Dietrich, Jean Gil-
man and Ruth Edberg are in charge
of entertainment.m
Bethine Clark and Peggy Goodin
will be in the Concourse Room to
I tell fortunes. Miss Clark studies tea
leavers while miss Goodin will rely
upon an interpretation of handwrit-
Junior Girl's project headed by
s
!Many or s
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Festival, in I
Nora MacLaughlin will
game concession and tl
ecutive Council will set
E ers. General admissio:
be handled by Deboral
Loree, Virginia Counse
Miller. Miss Perry wi'
finance chairman.
The League Grillroor
erated by Dean of
Lloyd, her assistant, i
Bromage and Miss E1
mick, director of coed
ate activities. They w:
by house directors from
tories and sororities.
Tickets for the affair
chased singly or for c
general admission tickE
anyone to all entertains:
the League. All wom(
granted 2 p. m. permiss

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ENSIGN Beatrice Bouchard, '44 is
at the present time stationed in
the office of Chief of Naval Opera-
tions in Washington, D. C. As an
undergraduate, Ensign Bouchard was
a member of the Women's Daily Staff
and a member of Collegiate Sorosis.
ARION Gwinn, '42 is a graduate
of the second course given in
Surveying, Topographic Mapping and
Photogrammetry. She is at the pres-
ent time working in Tampa, Fla. for
the U. S. Coast and Geoditic Survey
turning out maps from aerial photo-
graphs.
SERVING with the American Red
Cross in. Chicago is Betty Ruth
Griswold, Miss Griswold, a graduate
of the class .of '43 is doing Military So-
cial Service.
H ELEN Garlington, a graduate of
the University School of Music in
'43 recently arrived in England to
serve the armed forces as an Am-
erican Red Cross..Hospital Recreation
worker.
SAN FRANCISCO is the station of
Ensign Harriet Heames a grad-
uate of '42. While on campus En-
sign ,Heames served as president of
Collegiate Sorosis, was a member of
Mortar Board, Judiciary Council, and
Wyvern.
FIVE Michigan alumnae are now
answering to roll call at the Naval
Reserve Midshipmen's School in
Northampton, Mass. The list in-

cludes Constance Gilbertson, Mus.
'43, Mary Hunter, '44, June Meredith
Ross, '44, and two former Chi Ome-
gas of the class of '44, Mary Helen
Bradshaw and Patricia Page.
ANN Richardson is taking her basic
training with the WAVEs at
Hunter College, New York. Elayne
Nina Bennett who received her BS in
'43 is now a- Yeoman 2/c in the
WAVEs stationed at the Naval Air
Station in Santa Ana, California.
JHE office of the District Cable
Censor, San Francisco is the sta-
tion of Ensign Helene Herzfeld a
graduate of the University in '42.
JGP Bond Belles
Exceed Their Goal
Final report on the JGP Bond
Belle sales .for the Sixth War Loan
Drive have been computed, accord-
ing to .Fran Goldberg who directed
the drive.
The Junior girls brought in 674
different applications for bonds, a
total of 777 bonds sold. The cash
total of the purchases totals $60,-
468.75 which exceeds'the goal estab-
lished at the beginning of the drive
of $50;,000.
"The whole Junior Class has done
very well and we are sorry that in
one or two cases, we were slow in
delivering the bonds, we are certainly
to be congratulated," Miss Goldberg
said.

By LYNNE FORD
Femininity is back ! Or have you
noticed? The girl who went out
dancing last year in a covered up,
pencil slim, conscientious little din-
ner dress, will greet her New Year's
Eve beau this year in a purely femi- i
nine confection of a dress, even more '
persuasive because of its long ab-
sence.
Up-to-date gals now realize the
potentialities of pink for that, ultra- I
feminine, clear eyed healthy took.
Also the powers of flattery in a long,
I softly, curling hair-do. In perfumes,
the intriguing scents desirable only
a year ago, are replaced by pretty
fragrances. Jewelry is less massive,
cosmetic shades more subtle.
h
It's all rather startling, after the
incessant droning of fashion maga-
zines advocating simplicity to the
point of severity. But this year, fa-
shion has an urge to beauty and a
reversion to becomingness. Psycho-
logically, it is probably woman's in-
born desire to flatter man, to please
the boys who are already home, and
to show her confidence that others
will soon be back. But no matter
what the reason, this queer phen-
omenon called woman has finally
realized that she is at her best being
f erninine.
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Due to the lame response of
University coeds desiring to become
Orientation Advisors, interviewing
for the positions, for March, July,
and October will take place after
thw Christmas holidays, according
to Natalie li'lattern, president of
. affl? ciary Council. I
.Petitions were returned to, the
Undergraduate Office of the
League Friday, and an unusually
large number were received.
Only those coeds who are willing
I to gave yap a week's vacation, write
letters to their groups, and spend
f many hours in meetings where
plans, will be made for Orientation
were asked to petition.

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oHoliday
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''Celebrations
Christmas has come to Michigan
coeds ahead of schedule with dinners
land special programs at the dorms
this week helping to extend the short
holiday vacation. i
III Stockwell Hall had their annual
Christmas dinner yesterday with Mrs.
Robert Mercer and Mrs. Mary C.
Bromage, both of the Dean of
Women's Office, as their guests. A
program of carols and the reading
of the Christmas story around the
lighted tree in Stockwell's spacious
lounge followed the dinner. Miss
Kaye Keyes, staff member, will di-
rect the Stockwell chorus when they
carol at University Hospital Thurs-
day night.
Dean Jeannette Perry was Mosher
Hall's guest at their dinner yesterday.
After dinner coffee was served in
the living room, preceding the pro-
gram. Included on the program was
a selection by the glee club, a read-
ing of the Christmas story, by Serene
Sheppard, and a solo, "The Holy
Mother" by Virginia Zapf. Christmas
carols followed the program, with
Mr. Wilborne Hill, Mosher house-
man, climaxing the evening by ap-
pearing" in his now traditional role
of Santa Claus. !
At Geddes House Wednesday, girls
were called for by a group of carolers
who led them into the dining room
for dinner. Gifts, suitable for chil-
dren in the hospital, were exchanged
by the girls, and will be sent to Uni-
versity Hospital.
All dormitory stamp represent-
atives are asked to pick up their
stamps and turn their money in
from 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. today in
Miss MacCormick's office in the
League, according to Claire Macau-
' laey, JGP dormitory chairman.

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'Year, Honor Groups'
League. Go Serenading,
Members of the four campus honor,
11 operate one societies for women which include
the Union Ex- Mortarboard, Wyvern, Scroll, and
up two oth- Senior Society surprised students and
)n tickets will i faculty members last night'when they
Lh Perry, Jean serenaded the campus with Christ-
ei and Naomi mas carols.
illy also act as The sixty women who participated.,
in the caroling left the League at s
sm -will be op- p. in. and stopped to sing for Health
Women Alice Service, University Hospital, Dean
Mrs. Mary C. Alice Lloyd, East Quad, West Quad.
Ethel MacCor- the Law Quad, and President and
d undergradu- Mrs.. Ruthven.
vill be assisted After wending and singing' their
m coed dormi- way across campus, the group return-
ed to the League for well-earned re-
r may be pur- freshments.
couples. One Caroling during the Christmas
:ets will admit season is a time honored tradition of
.ment rooms in Mortarboard which invites the other..'
ien have been honor societies to join the singing of
sion. carols to the campus each year.
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