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'AGE SEVEN

JGPC rCom ittee Plans
Extensive Program for Year

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The JGP central committee got
off to an early start in planning its
campaign for the selling of war bonds
and stamps when it met for the first
time this term at 4 p.m. yesterday in
the League.
JGP has decided to have its first
extensive bond-selling program in
conjunction with the Sixth War
Loan Drive which will open Nov. 20.
According to Nora MacLaughlin,
general chairman, it will be then that
JGP will begin its work and "big
doings" will be scheduled.
A mass meeting of all junior wo-
men will be held in the near future
for the purpose of signing up those
women who would like to work, on
the variouscommittees but who fail-
ed to sign up in spring. The time
and place of the meeting will be
announced later.
Sales To Begin
Sales of bonds and stamps in the
dormitories, sororities, and league
houses will begin almost immediately.
There will be booths in the League,,
U Hall, and Angell Hall to supple-
ment the house sales.
In speaking of the big JGP show
to be given in spring, Miss Mac-
Laughlin explained that the program
this year would be planned much
differently than the ones in former

years.'"However," she added, "this
doesn't mean that we won't need as
many girls, enthusiasm, and ideas' as
JGP has always had in previous years
because we will need every bit as
much. We will be able to use the
talents of all the women in the
junior class to make our year a
success."
Complete Committee
FrancesnGoldberg is assistant
chairman and will be the head of all1
special projects. Betty Vaughn, sec-
retary, is also corsage chairman.
Treasurer Jane Arner will be in'
charge of collecting money and keep-
ing records.
Tryouts for the Women's
Staff of The Daily are urged to
attend. a meeting at 4 p. m.
Monday in the Publications
Building on Maynard Street.
Experience in news, feature
and editorial writing is offered
by the Women's Staff. Instruc-
tion in page makeup is also
given. First semester fresh-
men are ineligible to tryout.
All other undergraduates with
at least a C average are eligi-
ble. For further information
call Mavis Kennedy at 2-3203.

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WELCOME!

If you're not able to conform to
the rules and regulations of the
WACs, WAVES, SPARS or Marines,
there is still another branch of the
armed forces open to you; operating
in conjunction with the Army, it is
so exclusive that it will not accept
you unless you are unable to qualify
for the other branches of the service
The opportunities for the recruit,
are numerous., When you enter a
unit, you are assigned a member of
the Army to be with you constantly.
and it is possible to participate in
active duty soon after the six mOnthr
basic training program is completed.
Uniforms, which must be owned
before you enter the service, are
either black, brown, white, or spot-
ted: and long or short lengths of
hair may be worn. To qualify you
must be at least 3 feet high, and be
at least 2%12 years old, German ex-
traction preferred. Those of Scotch,

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Dressing Unit
To Open Nov. 6
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,
Nov. 6.
During the semester the Dressings
Unit will be open Wednesday, Thurs-
day, and Friday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
in the Kalamazoo Room located on
the second floor of the Michigan
League.
Coeds who volunteer will be given
instructions for rolling the various
types of bandages. Headdresses and
cotton blouses or smocks are required.
All nail polish should be removed.

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at the MICHIGAN UNION

Meikle
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Engaged
Cooper

First Dance of the Season
FRIDAY, NOV. 3rd

The engagement of Mary Patricia
Meikle to Ensign Harold Cooper, son
of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Cooper of Far
Rockaway, N.Y., was announced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. G.
Meikle of Ann Arbor.
Miss Meikle and Mr. Cooper at-
tended the University and were
active in Play Production. Miss Mei-
kle graduated in June, 1944, and is
now living in New York City. She
is doing radio television work.
Mr. Cooper attended the University
and left in 1943, his.senior year, to
attend Midshipmen's School at Col-
umbia. He received his commission
in April, 1944, and is now on active
duty overseas.

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