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15, 1944

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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JGP Bond Belle Interviewing
Will Be Held Today in1 League
Sixth War Loan Drive To Begin with Splash of Color as Gala
'Bow Day', Sponsored by Junior Coeds Opens Campus Sale
Interviewing for the positions of uage; Alpha Chi Omega, corner of
captains for the Bond Belle teams North University and State Streets;
from 3 p.m. to 5 pa o. today and . Kappa Kappa Gamma, back of the

Opportunities

Open for

Coeds

tomorrow in the League will beginj
the extensive plans arranged by JGP
for the Sixth War Loan Drive, which
begins Monday.
Petitions may be obtained in the
Undergraduate Office and must be
brought to the interview. Interview-
ing will be done by members of the
central committee.
One Band Belle team will be
assigned to each school of the
University and will canvass the
faculty and administration mem-
bers of that particular school for
war bond sales. Competition be -
tween teams will be emphasized
and a prize will be awarded to
the team selling the greatest num-
ber of bonds.
There will be fifteen teams and the
best women chosen from the inter-
viewees will be selected to head them.
Any eligible junior woman may peti-
tion for the fifteen positions avail-
able.
In order to emphasize the begin-{
ning of the drive with a splash of
color, JGP will sell ribbon-bedecked
war stamps on campus from 8 a.m.
to noon and from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Both ten and twenty-five cent
stamps will be available.
The stamps won't be rationed and
neither will sales be limited -to wo-
men. They can be worn as bouton-1
nieres by civilian men and service-{
men can buy them, too.I
The nine houses chosen to sell
stamps were announced yesterday
by Betty Vaughn, chairman of the
corsage committee. The houses and
the positions to be held are as fol-
lows: Kappa Alpha Theta, middle of
the diagonal; Pi Beta Phi, front of
Law School; Chi Omega, on the diag-
onal in back of Waterman Gym;
Gamma Phi Beta, Romance Lang-

library; Delta Gamma, Engine Arch;
Delta Delta Delta, Arcade; and Soro-
sis, front of Dental School.
Sales in dormitories, sororities,
and League houses will also be
emphasized during the drive. The
dormitory representatives will get
off to a good start as they have
been asked to pick up their stamps
from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow in
Miss Ethel McCormick's office in
the League. Claire Macaulay, dor-
mitory chairman, will give out the
stamps.
Also in conjunction with the open-
ing of the drive, "Stamping Around,"
JGP's official news organ, will be
distributed to the house presidents
at their meeting on Tuesday. Be-
cause of the paper shortage, "Stamp-
ing Around" has been limited to one
page; but members of the publicity
committee are working hard to make
that one page snappy and interest-
ing. According to Ann Schutz, pub-
licity chairman, the women writing
this issue are Rika Drewes, Dorothy
Jefferson. Stasia Zavlaris, Norma
Crawford, Dorothea Leonard, and
Sybil Baum.
Registration for informal rushing
will be held from 3 to 5 p. m. Wed-
nesday through Friday this week in
the Kalamazoo Room of the League,
according to Joyce Livermore, 45,
rushing secretary of Panhellenic
Board.
Excluding first semester freshmen,
all transfers and eligible women may
rush. At that time they are required
to pay a registration fee of $1.50. All
registrants are asked to bring their
eligibility cards with them at this
ime.

To Earn Money
Among the many positions on cam-
pus which are open to coeds inter-
ested in making extra earnings dur-
ing the school year are those of ush-
ers for the '44-'45 series of plays to
be presented at the Michigan Thea-
ter and those of ward workers and
diet-maids at University Hospital,
according to Patricia Coulter, per-
sonnel administrator.
A mass meeting for all women who
intend to usher will be held at 3 p. m.
today in the Kalamazoo Room of the
League. The meeting is compulsory
for all ushers; coeds may sign up
only at this meeting, during which
each usher will be assigned the play
or plays at which she will usher.
Ward workers whose work consists
entirely of ward duty and who are in
direct contact with the patients are
urgently needed at University Hospi-
tal as are diet-maids whose jobs en-
tail kitchen work, Miss Coulter stat-
ed.
Ward workers, who must supply
their own uniforms, are paid 53 cents
per hour and are needed on all days
of the week, especially on Saturdays
and Sundays. Diet-maids work from
4:30 p. m. to 7:30 p. in. every day.
Part-time hours may be arranged if
necessary. Diet-maids receive 55
cents per hour.
For further information contact
Miss MacNaughten, Personnel Office,
ground floor, University Hospital.
~Meit Meeting
Will Be Held
All eligible coeds interested in
working on the merit committee are
to report for the meeting which will
be held at 4:30 p. m. Thursday at
the Undergraduate office - of the
League, according to Joan Pullam,
'45, chairman of the committee.
Keeping records of all women's ex-
tra-curricular activities, for the pur-
pose of recommendations and for the
use of the Judiciary Council in peti-
tioning, are the main duties of the
Merit committee. All activities are
turned over to the committee by each
house president, where they are re-
corded on personal sheets provided
with the student's photograph.
Coeds may work on their own time
which will be spent in keeping the
files in order. Such participation in
League work, affords the student an
opportunity to become better ac-
quainted with the students on cam-
pus.
Vacancy in Executive
Board of Pan-Hellenic
Is Filled by Senior
With the appointment of Mary
Driver, '45, Alpha Xi Delta, as vice-
president, Panhellenic has filled the
vacancy on its executive board.
Miss Driver, who will handle all
war activities and special drives for
Panhellenic, was a member of the
Soph Project Central Committee,
Secretary of JGP, and Orientation
Advisor and at present is Treasurer
of the Newman Club, and vice presi-
dent of Alpha Xi Delta.
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Coeds Needed Tutors
For Child Care At Lea
Women To Become Leaders There will b
Of Local Girl Scouts, Reserves interested inI
Committee ton
"Coed volunteers are still urgently the League.
needed for work with Girl Scouts and Working on
Girl Reserves, and since the League sists in keepi
Lobby booth will be open from 3 p. m files of girls
to 5 p. m. tomorrow and Friday, otdnecwork
there is still an opportunity for not necessary
women to sign up" said Naomi Mill- wanting to b
er. '45. Child Care Chairman, yester- cards telling v
day. to be tutoredi
Tay 11be put in Bett
Those wishing to sign up for Child League. Con
Care Proxy Parents may also do it then get in t
at that time. This is a service to theantelhm
mothers'of Ann Arbor, in which the able and how
coeds go to the homes and take care a oturnd
of children for an evening, or escort No tutoring
them to a movie. or do anything in
the way of a .proxy parent'. For girl wishing tc
this, the women are paid by the hour. the course aw
Older girls, those of high school during the la
age, will be in the troops under the'
Girl Scout and Girl Reserve leaders. The youngeE
While it is not necessary to have was Cadet Nu
been either a Scoutor a Reservist liams of Rock
previous to this work, those who wish N-h.l7 a
to do Scout work, must take a short Nov. 7.
course on leadership. This course
is not necessary for the Girl Re-
serve assistant leaders.
"A knowledge of crafts, singing, i
community dancing, piano playing,
story telling, are all assets to the
Girl Scout or Reserve volunteers, but
willingness to work and enthusiasm
are far more important" Miss Miller
concluded.
The project, started last year, of
having the coeds go out to the Wil-'
low Run Nurseries and Craft Centers
will be continued at a later date, but
because of the uncertainty of the
transportation it is not yet possible to
sign up for this project.
Instructors Wanted
By Dressings Unit
Attendance at the opening of the
Michigan League Surgical Dressings
Unit last week was excellent with
Delta Delta Delta sorority having the
largest number present, according
to Harriet Fishel, chairman.
"There is a great need for more
instructors at the Unit," said Miss
Fishel. Any girl who has done six
hours of volunteer work is eligible to
take the test which will be given l
right in the Kalamazoo room of the
League. These tests may be taken
from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. any Wednes-
day, Thursday, or Friday. Coeds
who have done six or more hours of
work last year but did not become
instructors need only to brush up on
the techniques of bandage rolling
before taking their tests.

zgue

e a meeting of all girls
being on the Tutorial
morrow at 4:40 p. m. in
this committee con-
ng a complete set of
wanting to tutor. In
on this committee it is
to be a tutor. Girls
tutored must fill out
what subject they wish
in. These cards are to
e Willemin's box in the
nmittee members will
touch with these girls
what tutors are )v.;il-
they may be contactei.
will begin until .after
s grades are out. Any
0tutor should have had
d received a "B" in it
st academic year.
st voter on election day
rse Rachel Naomi Wil-
mart, Ga., who became
voting age in Georgia-

To Meet

JOAN WILK
Coeds, if you're interested in im-
proving or keeping your figure, and
developing grace and poise as well,
how about joining a campus danc-
ing group sponsored by the Depart-
ment of Physical Education? .
Don't worry about not having any
previous dancing experience becausel
none is required of those wishing to
join. You can have your choice of
three types of dancing clubs: ballet,
tap, and modern.
Jean Parsons, '46, is general chair-
man of all three sections which
meet at different times, and will
teach the ballet club as well. Jane
Gorely, '46, will teach the tap club
which will meet at 4:15 p. m. Thurs-
day at WAB.
The ballet group will meet at 4
p. m. Thursday in the fencing room
of Barbour gym, while the modern
dance group will meet Tuesdays and
Thursdays at 7:20 p. m. in the dance
studio at Barbour gym.
Miss Josephine Yantis of the Phy-

sical Education department is facul-
ty advisor of all three sections and
will teach the modern dance club.
Plans are being made this year for
an informal afternoon program to be
presented before Christmas, and the
modern dance club has been asked
to present a program in Pontiac.
There will be a joint social meet-
ing of the three clubs at which time
each club will demonstrate and tell
about its own type of dance to enable
members to become familiar with all
three dance forms.
Last year, the clubs presented sev-
eral informal afternoon programs.
The ballet club also performed at the
physical fitness program and the
modern dance club presented a stu-
dio recital for the Education meet-
ing.

Dancing Groups Offer Solution
To Feminine Figure Problem

Today'

'Later Tonight'
Hill 'Auditorium
7:30 P.M.

WEDNESDAY and THU RSDAY
COATS, sizes 14-18, were 35.00 now $22.00
SUITS, sizes 9-15............20% Off
DRESSES, sizes 10-20, weve 24.95, now 16.00
JUMPERS, sizes 9-17, were 12.95, 20% Off
LANZ DRESSES, sizes 9-17 .....20 % Off
SWEATERS .................20% Off
BLOUSES .....................20% Of f
WHITESLIPS, sizes 38-44.. ....20% Off
M ANKLETS... 4pair$1.00
were 39c-49c- -50c
JUNE GREY SHOP
1113 South University Phone 2-2371

I

HsE are busy days for every-
body in the telephone business.
About 4,300,000 Toll and Long
Distance messages go over the
lines in the average business
day. (That's in addition to more
Ahan 100,000,000 daily local
conversations.)
We appreciate your help, espe-
cially when you're on a line to a
war-busy center and the Long
Distance operator says-"Please
limit your call to 5 minutes."

Sport Clubs To Meet
The Women's Rifle Club will have
a mass meeting at 5 p.m. today at
the WAB, it was announced yester-
day by Joan Kintzing, All members
are asked to attend.
The Women's Swimming Club will
meet from 10:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Saturday in the Union pool, Rita
Auer announced today.
Meet Me in Hill
Auditorium, Louie
TON IGHT

e6 have 3

to do today "

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