THURSDAY, NoV., 2, '1941
THE M ICHIGAN DAILY
'Saturday Grid Shuffle' Open to
Coeds, Servicemen, Civilians
Game Broadcast Is
Part of Program
The "Saturday Grid Shuffle." a
brand-new all campus dance which
will combine listening to the Michi-
gan-Pennsylvania football game and
dancing to snappy new records, will
be given from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Satur-
day in the main ballroom of the
According to Paul John, chairman
of the event, -the progress of the
game at Philadelphia will be charted
on a miniature football field. The
"Grid Graph," as the device has been
named, will be prominently displayed
in the ballroom. The "radio announ-
cer" will post the play-by-play de-
scription on the chart.
"Everything has been arranged so
that students can enjoy the game
and have a good time dancing too,"
explained John. "Everyone is invited
-couples or single. We want you to
come and get acquainted."
Admission will be free, as the main
To Open Here
The Michigan League Surgical
Dressings Unit under the chairman-
ship of Harriet Fishel will be open
from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. Wednesday,
The Dressings Unit will be open
each Wednesday, Thursday and Fri-
day from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. in the
Kalamazoo Room located on the sec-
ond floor of the Michigan League.
A part of the Ann Arbor Red Cross
Unit the League Surgical Dressings
Unit is organized and directed by co-
eds and helps to fill the community
Coeds who volunteer for this es-
sential war work are given instruc-
tions in rolling various types of ban-
dages. Red Cross requirements de-
mand that headdresses be worn
(which are provided) in addition to
cotton blouses or smocks. Nail polish
A meeting for instructors will be
held at 5 p. m. Tuesday, November 5
at which time plans for the forth-
coming year will be discussed. All
instructors are urged to attend this
purpose of the affair is to have'stu-
dents come and have a good time.
"We especially like to invite the
freshmen to come. We know that
you don't know many people on cam-
pus and this will be an excellent
opportunity to meet more friends.
"There's a lot of talk about the dat-
ing shortage, but the 'Saturday Grid
Shuffle' may even solve that prob-
lem," John added.
Tap Room Open
The Union Tap Room will be open
all afternoon for those who want
refreshments. A radio with the grid
contest will be on, so no one need
miss any of it.
At present the Union plans to have
dances of this nature throughout the
rest of the semester. They will take
the place of the "G.I. Stomps" which
were only open to servicemen: The
influx of some 300 returned veterans
necessitates the planning of campus
functions which will entertain both
civilians and servicemen.
"Enthusiastic support of the 'Sat-
urday Grid Shuffle' will encourage
student organizations to sponsor ad-
ditional all-campus functions," John
Registration of blood donors will
be held from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. to-
day in the lobby of the League, ac-
cording to Jean Loree, secretary of
the Women's War Council and chair-
man of the blood bank.
The Red Cross Canteen will be in
Ann Arbor from 12:30 to 4:30 next
Thursday and Friday at the WAB.
Persons who are unable to register
at the League may call the Red Cross
Headquarters in North Hall, 2-5546.1
"Student donations are absolutely
necessary to maintain the Ann Arbor
quota." Mrs. Carl D. Malcolm, of
the Ann Arbor Red Cross said in a
recent interview. "Students have co-
operated during the past year and we
are counting on their continued sup-
port", she said.
Blood bank registration will be
held each month, and the donations
may be given on the second Thursday
and Friday of each month.
In Hectic Maze
A single coed and a 14 man escort
is only one of the many strange
phenomena of orientation week.
The lucky coed was an advisor for
a group of freshmen men. Not hav-
ing had time to learn that a lonely
coed is nothing to worry about at
the University, the 14 freshmen re-
fused to let their advisor walk home
alone and insisted that they accom-
pany her-en masse.
One of the focal points of orienta-
tion activities was the information
booth in the lobby of the League.
Prize question of the week was asked
by a sailor who elbowed his way
through hordes of freshmen and
transfer women and hopefully asked
the information. clerk if she would
please help him . "I'm looking for
three strange girls," he said. "I
don't know what their names are or
what they look like, but I wish you
would find them for me." Of course
the clerk looked over the 1,100
strange girls and immediately spotted
the right three.
Orientation was only a part of the
many topics discussed at the infor-
mation booth. Every third person
was eagerly searching for informa-
tion on how to get trunks from the
railroad station, where to buy apples,
and the telephone number of the
League house on Fourth Street.
Where Am I
Persons asking the questions were-
n't the only ones who were confused.
One information clerk attempted to
direct a coed from the League to Fer-
ry Field and failed to find the League
on the city map. Another clerk took
time off to classify and found herself
walking toward State Street rather
than Waterman Gymnasium.
After a week of finding lost groups
and advisors, lost freshman and lost
buildings the information booth was
disbanded for another semester and
new students were put on their own.
Layton To Play
At Union Hop
Opening the fall season of week-
ly Union dances, Bill Layton and his
orchestra will play from 9 p. m. to
midnight tomorrow and Saturday in
the main ballroom of the Michigan
New arrangements of "It Had To
Be You," "Summer Time," and "You
Always Hurt the One You Love"
will be offered in the usual swingy
style of Michigan's favorite dance
Vocalist Judy Ward will be on
hand, as will Whitey Benson, Bill's
outstanding drummer. Also on the
rooster for the week-end will be
Dwight Daily, first alto saxophone
player and composer of the orche-
stra's theme song.
Layton took over the orchestra in
spring and since then has per-
formed at many dances at the League
and also out-door ones during the
summer on .Palmer Field. He re-
turned to Michigan September 16
after playing a stand at Hamilton
It will be the Union's policy this
year to admit only those persons who
hold Union cards. This will mean
that Union dances will be exclusively
for Michigan Students and their
To Meet Today
Members of the JGP central com-
mittee will meet at 4 p. m. today in
the League, Nora MacLaughlin, gen-
eral chairman announced yesterday.
The first extensive bond-selling
drive will open November 20 in con-
junction with the Sixth War Loan
Drive. Sales of bonds and stamps in
the dormitories, sorrorities and league
houses will begin in a few weeks.
Frances Goldberg is assistant
chairman of JGP and Betty Vaughn
is secretary. Jane Arner, Jane
Strauss, Claire Macauly, Rita Breg-
man, Ann Schultz, Jeanne Hotchkin,
Betty Hendel and Tady Martz com-
plete the committee.
With Halloween Night Affair
USO Club Will Begin
Extending a cordial invitation to
all servicemen and servicewomen, the
Ann Arbor USO has begun the fall
season with a host of plans for their!
The club is open from 11 a.m. to
11 p m. on weekdays, and until 12
p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Thef
game room, lending library and clas-
sical music room plus frequent dan-
ces and panel discussions are special
features of the USO.
On Sunday mornings, breakfast is
served at 10:30, continuing until
noon. Also on Sunday, is the Classi-
cal Music Hour, in which recordings
from the USO record library will be
heard. This Sunday's program will
feature recordings of the Schubert
Trio No. 1 and Handel's Passacaglia.
Monday night is officers night, at
which only those Junior Hostesses
over 22 may attend. From 7 p.m. to
8 p.m. on Monday, the dancing class
will be held. Waltz, foxtrot and
rhumba are among the dances to be
Registration of woman students
for Junior Hostesses will close Nov.
15, registration taking place at the
USO. Women wishing to join must,
show two letters of recommendation.
USO weekly bulletins are posted in
the East, West and Law Quadrangles
and in Victor Vaughn house. Satur-
day is Halloween Night .at the USO
and all servicemen are invited to
start the fall season with record'
Presidents of ah sorority and
dormitories must attend a
meeting at 4:15 tomorrow in the
Grand Rapids Room of the
League, according to Marge
Hall, president of the Women's
xr1 year's volunteers, will be unable to
H ospitals N eed Iparticipate because of their ineligi-
bility. She also stresses the import-
Coed Volunteers eed oofhosepiotalworkerso is
greater than ever before since many
Soph Project Workers May nurses have left civilian hospitals to
f care for returning war veterans.
Report for Post Assignments I A minimum of four hours per week
I is required of each volunteer. The
Coed volunteers will begin their time may be divided into two two-
hospital volunteer work at University hour periods.
and St. Joseph's Hospitals on Mon- Volunteers may work on private
day, November 13, it was announced fdoors, in wards or in clinics. The
today by Virginia Councell, '47, work is varied, including such tasks
chairman of the Soph Project Com- as making beds and writing letters
mittee, who also stated that someone for the patients. Filing and typing
will be stationed in the League each services are also needed.
afternoon of next week to enroll new Assisting Miss Councell on the
volunteers and to answer any committee for '44-'45 are assistant
questions concerning the Project. chairman Joan Wilk and captains
Miss Councell urges all sophomore Carolyn Brown, Patricia Doelle, Av-
women to take an active and enthu- ery Grant, Margery Harrington, Mar-
siastic interest in their project, espe- ilyn Holtom, Carolyn Newberg, Alice
cially since the freshman women, Spicer, Shirley Spike, Elaine Stem-
who comprise a large number of last bol and Barbara Williamson.
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