944 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Dea n'sOffice Changes Rules
On Coed Part-Time Work
Plans Announced USO Canteen
Pnr AUi ral Work Is New
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Changing a long-established prac-
tice regarding part-time employment
for University women, the Office of
the Dean of Women announced that
students working in private homes
in return for their room and board
will now be required to work only 21
hours a week instead of the former
Since fewer students now find it
necessary to earn money and those
who must work can earn more money
in less time at other types of jobs
than housework, many requests from
Ann Arbor homes for girls to "live
in" have not been met so far. In
changing the basis of compensation,
however, it has been brought into
line with the hourly rate of pay
which now prevails locally.
Students applying for such work
are referred to housewives who notify
!VMrs. M. C. Bromage, Assistant Dean
of Women, of their needs. Work
includes household duties and, if
necessary, caring for children in the
evening. Hours in class, financialI
need, and experience are taken into
consideration when jobs are arranged
Calls for part-time workers for
jobs other than housework have also
been coming in, and this demand
has been hard to fill
Groups Will Hold Three Extra
Meetings To See Dean Lloyd,
Discuss Activities, Scholarship
Betty Willeman, chairman of ori-
entation advisors, announced that all
advisors will have three supplemen-
tary meetings with their groups
within the next six weeks.
Dean Lloyd will be in the League
the first of these meetings from
4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. every Tuesday
and Thursday for the next six weeks
with the exception of Tuesday, Nov.
14. These meetings will be informal
and will give the freshmen an oppor-
tunity to meet and talk with Dean
Lloyd. The various times for the
individual groups to attend these
meetings are posted in the Under-
graduate Office. All advisors are
asked to check this list.
The second meeting will be plan-
ned at the advisor's own convenience.
She will explain Assembly, Pan-Hel-
lenic, and the extra-curricular activ-
ities for freshmen on the campus to
her group. Each advisor will give
Assembly booklets to the members
of her group. These booklets are to
be picked up from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
today in the Undergraduate office.
At the third meeting the advisors
will check upon the studies of the
members of their groups. They will
explain the tutorial system, scholar-
ships, and honor societies. Tutoring
will be available to students after
the first five weeks of classes for 75
cents an hour.
Advisors will turn in reports of
each of these meetings, listing the
number of girls present and the work
accomplished. They should also ex-
press how worthwhile they consid-
ered the meetings.
In Glee Club
Following last week's tryout meet-
ings, Jean Gilman, '45SM, president
of the Women's Glee Club, an-
nounced yesterday the new members
for the '44-'45 season.
The new members include Lois
Allison, Janet Bancroft, Marion Bas-
sett, Barbara Babbitt, Ann Belisle,
Fae Behling, Barbara Brady, Mary
Elizabeth Campbell, Mary Chapman,
Rose Derderian, Ruth Duelle, Bar-
bara Everett, Eleanor Field, Shirley
Gale, Dolores Gerhardt, Gloria Gray,
Marilyn Haselswerdt, Jean Louise
Hole, Patricia Honn, Ruth Hooker,
Roberta Hornsby, Donna Houck.
The list continues with Betty
Jones, Shirley Keddie, Mary Ketch-
am, Virginia Kilchenman, Peggy
Kohr, Janet Laib, Frances Lawrence,
Janet Morgan, Lois Neifert, Mary
Lou Nigro, Masaka Ono, Arelene
Peugeot, Doris Richards, Bonnie
Rink, Hazel Ruettinger, Bernice
Schneider, Margaret Semple, Marion
Siegfried, Shirley Simons, Marilyn
Watt, Jean Weichel, Mary Jean Wil-
ging and Ruth Williams.
The above women have been accep-
ted for membership on condition
that they are eligible. All eligibility
cards are not as yet in.
BUY WAR BONDS & STAMPS
INVEST IN VICTORY
Pan-Hellenic Board, along with its
other activities, has made plans to
take over some of the canteen work
at the U.S.O. this year.
Sunday coffee hours, formerly
handled by the Red Cross, will be the
Pan-Hellenic project for the year.
Tentative plans have been made for
each house on campus to be in charge
of one Sunday during the semester.
From 3:30 to 6 p.m. every week at
Harris Hall, coffee and light refresh-
ments will be served. More definite
arrangements will be made at the
meeting for all social chairmen at
3 p.m. in the League next Tuesday.
Following the success of a similar
session party, Pan-Hellenic Board
members also plan to serve dinner at
the U.S.O. for a group of sixty veter-
ans from Percy Jones Hospital.
Sponsored by the American Legion,
the dinner will be held after the
Michigan-Ohio State game on Nov.
At the last Pan-Hellenic meeting
six girls were asked to volunteer to
wait tables at the dinner. Among
those who offered their services are
Frances Glennon, '45, Lois Iverson,
'46, Ruth Maloney. '45, Carol Ander-
son, '46. Mickey Theilen, '45, and
Ann Lyon, '45.
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League House Athletic Managers
must be present at a meeting at
4:30 p.m. today in the Fencing Room
of Barbour, according to Shelby Die-
trich, president of WAA.
All Ann Arbor coeds are urged to
attend. as well as those women stu-
dents living in private homes and
who have no dormitory, sorority or
League house contacts. At this meet-
ing plans for the coming year will be
All coeds wishing to try out for
Crop and Saddle and the University
Women's Riding Club must sign up
on sheets posted in the WAB and in
Barbour Gym before noon on Tues-
day. The tryouts will be held at 6:15
p.m. Tuesday, with the women meet-
ing at Barbour Gym. A charge of
$1.00 will be made for each contes-
The first meeting of the University
Women's Riding Club will be held at
6:15 p.m. Monday. All old members
are expected to be present.
Petitioning To Start
For Soph Project
Petitions for the position of cap-
tain, now vacant on the central com-
mittee of Soph Project, may be pick-
ed up today in the Undergraduate
office of the League.
The position is open to sophomore
women who have been active in vol-
unteer work at either University or
St. Joseph's hospitals. It will consist
of the supervision and placement of
coed volunteers in University Hos-
Interviewing will take place from
3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, and Friday,
Nov. 17 in the Undergraduate office,
and petitions must be placed in Vir-
ginia Councell's box in that office
before the interview will take place.
Martha Cook To Hold
A revival of the old Homecoming
spirit will take place at the Mixer
radio dance to be held at Martha
Cook Building from 8:30 p.m. to
All enlisted meri, civilian men stu-
dents and ex-servicemen are invited
to help celebrate the Homecoming
activities. Alumni are also welcome
to the dance.
Novelty dances will be held several
times during the evening in order for
the guests to become better acquaint-
ed. Refreshments will be served.
Fire at Ford Plant
DETROIT, Nov. 9.-r-A blaze
accompanied by two explosions dam-
aged the plaint shop of the Ford
Motor Company's Highland Park
All Junior hostesses and service--
men are invited to attend the USO
dance to be held from 8:30 p.m. to
12 p.m. tomorrow at the USO.
On Sunday morning at 10:30
a.m., breakfast will be served. Also
on Sunday at 1 p.m. will be the
Willow Run Tour for those who
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