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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1945

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Sale of Assembly Recognition
Night Tickets To Begin Today

Representatives W ll
Canvass All Houses
Tickets for Assembly Recognition
Night to be held at 8 p. m. Thurs-
day, Nov. 29 in the ballroom of the
League will go on sale today in all the
women's dormitories and league
houses on campus.
All of the larger dorms will be vis-
ited by members of the ticket com-
mittee and each coed will be given
opportunity to purchase a ticket from
a committee representative. Since
the number of tickets to be sold is
limited, dorms and league houses have
been allotted limited quotas. House
presidents will be contacted by phone
to ascertain the number of coeds in
each house desiring tickets.
Newcomb To Speak
Dr. Theodore M. Newcomb of the j
sociology department will be the guest
speaker for the Recognition Night
program. Dr. Newcomb has recently
Home Nursing,
Course Offered

By Red

Cross

A free Home Nursing course is be-
ing offered for the benefit of all
women interested, from 7:30 p. m. to
9:30 p. m. every Tuesday for a period
of 12 weeks in Room 16, West (old)
Medical Building.
Simple procedures in caring for the
sick at home, how to recognize symp-
toms, what to tell the doctor, and
how to follow his orders are a few
of the things to be covered in the
course.
Other things that are important to
know during this time of great short-
age of. trained nurses such as pro-
tection against disease and methods
of coping with home emergencies will
also be taught to the home nurse.
At the end of the 12 week period all
those completing the course will re-
ceive a certificate from the American
Red Cross.
Swim Club Tryouts
To Be Held Saturday
Additional tryouts will be held for
Swimming Club from 9 a.m. to 11
a.m. Saturday in the Union Pool, ac-
cording to Pat Hayes, manager of the
swimming club.
A partial list of members has been
formulated. These include Mary
Buckmaster, Mildred Denecke, Peg
Ellingwood, Naomi Greenberger, Lou-
ise Markhus, Gloria Miller, Ruth
Nave, Judy Rado, Ellen Montgomery,
and Liz Town.

returned to the University after
spending four months in Germany
where he helped direct a study of
morale being made for the War De-
partment.
"Launching Into a New Year" has
been chosen as the theme for the
1945-46 Assembly Recognition Night,
which is an annual program for inde-
pendent women to, honor unaffiliated
coeds 'of the sophomore, junior and
senior classes for outstanding scho-
lastic and extra curricular work done
in the preceding year. Formerly this
campus event took the form of a
banquet but since the war the custom
has been to have the honors awarded
at Recognition Night program.
In addition to the address to be
given by Dr. Newcomb there will be
the presentation of awards for schol-
arship to the top coeds in each class.
Registrar Ira M. Smith will award
the honors. Nora McLaughlin, League
Council president, will present awards
to the independent women, outstand-
ing for their activities in extra cur-
ricular and war work.
Tapping by senior society
The three women's hanorary soci-
eties for which independent women
may be eligible, Mortarboard, Senior
Society and Wyvern, will be explained
by Ann Schutz, Women's Editor of
The Daily. Suspense will be added
to the evening by the members of
Senior Society who, attired in the
traditional gowns, white collars and
blue bows, will tap new members.
Assembly Song will be sung and
group singing of old favorites will be
led by Masako Ono and several mem-
bers of the Women's Glee Club. Re-
freshments will be served at the close
of the program.
Summer Clothing
Needed for Relief
Work in Philippines
The Division of Contributed Sup-
plies of the United Nations Relief and
Rehabilitation Administration is
making an appeal to Americans,
through the Victory Clothing Collec-
tion, for spare summer clothing that
is acutely needed in the Philippines
now.
"Don't throw away those summer
things you can't use any more. Eight-
een million people in the Philippines
can use them," Mrs. Pilar H. Lim,
wife of General Vincente Lim, said.
Her statement was made public by
ban A. West, Director of the Division
of Contributed Supplies of UNRRA.
Let's finish the Job-Buy
Victory Bonds

SUSO Will Hold
.Formal Dance
Saturday Night
The USO will present its first for-
mal dance of the year from 8:30 p.m.
I to midnight Saturday at Harris Hall,
in honor of Col. Reginald R. Miller,
commandant of the Judge Advocate
General's School, and Capt. Woodson
V. Michaux U.S.N., head of all navalj
units on campus.
The dance will be cabaret style
and the decorations and games will
fallow a Monte Carlo theme. An
all Navy orchestra will play for the
dancers and refreshments will be
served in the tap room.
A special highlight of the eveningI
will be a grand march led by Capt.
Michaux and Col. Miller. All mem-
bers of the USO Council and all serv-
icemen on campus have been invited
to attend the party.
The dance, which will officially
welcome all the new junior hostesses
into the club, has been planned by
Dorothy Ballentine and her regiment
of hostesses.
Colonels Appointed
Dorothea Mountz, Rosemary Chat-
terton, Joan Weise, and Helen Mc-
Cuen have recently been appointed
colonels of USO regiments, Mrs. Bern
Breitmayer, director, announced.
All USO junior hostesses are di-
vided into six regiments, each head-
ed by a colonel. Colonels who were
active last year and have resumed
their duties are Dotty Ballentine
and Olive Chernow.
New Staff Named
The staff of the USO recently
underwent a complete change with
the appointment of , new director
and two assistants in the latter part
of October.
Mrs. Bern Breitmayer was chosen
for the position of director after
the resignation of Mrs. Dorothy
Gebeau. Prior to her coming to
Ann Arbor, Mrs. Breitmayer did
social work in Jackson.
Miss Mary Maurice and Miss Made-
line Ardner have been selected to fill
the posts of assistant directors. Miss
Maurice formerly worked with the
Army Signal Corps in Washington,
and Miss Ardner is working on her
Master's Degree in music at the Uni-
versity:
Those women who have signed
up to work on the Women's staff
of The Daily are asked to attend
a meeting at 5 n. m. today in the
conference room of the Student
Publications Building.

Interviewing
For Judiciary
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HOLD THAT LINE:

Tryouts

I eLutUiL intierviewing -or a Trycuts for the dancing chorus of
senior member position on Judiciary Soph Cabaret have been reopened, it
Council has been extended until to- was announced yesterday by Nancy
day. Neumann, dancing 0o-chairman, and
Petitions are due by 3 p. m. today sophomore w en may try out for
Iwoik with this group from 2:30 p.m.
and are to be placed in the Judiciary to 4 p.q. today an from 3:30 p.m.
Co to p~m. oday and from 3:30 p.m.
Council box in the Undergraduate to 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the League.
office in the League. Interviewing A lager dancing chorus will be
will be held from 4 p. m. to 5 p. m. reired o that many women are
today. Coeds are asked to sign for urged to Ir~y out for places in the
interviewing appointments. group, wbich is to be a part of the

This position is open to independent
women only, but unaffiliated trans-
fers are especially urged to petition,
Ruthann Bales, president of Judi-
ciary Council, stressed.
Applicants are required to bring
eligibility cards to the interview plus
the names of a housemother, two
upper-classmen, and one professor as
references.
Candidates should have a know-
ledge of League projects and of the
League constitution.
The duties of a senior member of
Judiciary Council are two-fold. She
assists the council in the hearing of
violation cases and in choosing can-
didates for positions by means of the
interviewing and petitioning system.

floor show o Soph Cabaret, sched-
uled f r December 8 in the League.
Collection of class dues is continu-
ing until i-ext Tuesday in the resi-
dences on campus, and a booth will
be open froin 1 p.m. until 5 p.m.
Monday an, Tuesday so that sopho-
Archery Club
The initial meeting of the Archery
club will be held at 4:30 p. m. today
in the upstairs lounge of the WAB'
Semester plans include arrange-
ments for an intra-club tournament,I
according to Lynn Sperber, manager.
Any interested coed unable to attend
the meeting is asked to call Miss Sper-
ber at 4121, Ext. 114.

moies in private homes may pay their nounced by the chairman of tps. tw
dues at that time.y groups.
:s a im.Those who will ride with Crop an
The costumes committee of Soph Saddle include Jean Ackerman, leci
Cabaret will meet at 3 p.m. today in Duavall, Vivian Goldberger. Pa
the League. All committee members Green, Nancy Gillette, Don Guimara
must be present, and sophomores Janice Goodsel, Mary Lou Holluwa:
Iwho wish to work on the committee Les Kirkpatrick, Fay Lordon, IKare
but who have not signed up are urged Larsen, Barb Osborne, Marie Pos
to attend this meeting. Those who Pat Peter, Liz Towne, Helen Wicke
are unable to attend should call Lucille Waldorf and Jean Whiuiey.
Camille Ayo, costumes chairman, at Members of University Wonen
23203. Riding Club are Yvonne Alb:righ
* Pat Barells, Ann Davis, Mary Jar
Members of the finance committee Fraser, Collien Flanery, Mary Lo
May bring dues and lists to the chair- Gork, Kate Hearst, Carol Matter]
ma ifrom 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. today and Penny Newhole, Margie Office, Mar
tomorrow in the Social Director's of- Patterson, Joey Reichert, Carol Straf
fice in the League. Those who have hley, Delight Scoville, Roscmar
not had their eligibility cards signed Schoetz, and- Virginia Seput.
are asked to bring them.
The eligibility committee will meet Newberry In itiation
at 4 p.m. today in the League. Room Helen Newberry Residence, the old
will be posted on the bulletin board est dormitory on campus, held forma
at the wain desk.initiation ceremonies for all new gir
Victor Vaughn House welcomes all recently.
veterans, servicemen, and University Guests were Mrs. Henry B. Joy
men to an open house from 7:30 p.m. daughter of the founder of the resi
to midnight Friday. Entertainment dence, Dean Alice Lloyd, Mrs. Wi]
and dancing will be a part of the eve- fred Shaw, Mrs. Charles Jameson
ning's program. Refreshments will and Mrs. Phillip Bursley, members c
be served. the Board of Patronesses.

To Reopen for

Cabaret

Dancing Chorus in League Today

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