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SUNDAY, FERRUAVA 1P)lI 1'C

TIE NIMCIIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Membership Tea Will Be Held
Today by Veterans Wives Club
The Veterans Wives Club, a new p.m.tomorrow in the League. Officers
organization on campus this semes- will be elected, and a social coffee
ter, will hold a membership tea for hour will follow the regular meeting.
all married veterans and their wives The club has been organized for the
from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. today in the purpose of sponsoring social activities
League Ballroom. for married veterans and their wives.
All married veterans on campus According to Mrs. John Rickerson,
have been invited, as well as Presi- secretary of the organization, "Veter-
dent and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, an couples find that there are not
Provost and Mrs. James P. Adams, many social activities suited to their
Vice-President, and Mrs. Marvin L. needs among regular campus func-
Niehuss, Secretary and Mrs. Herbert tions.
G. Watkins, the deans of the colleges, Sins
,gatial Events Planned
and all faculty members who are vet- "The Veterans Wives Club intends
erans of World War II- o remedy this situation by sponsor-
Children Will Be Cared For ing various types of parties and in-
Free "sitters" are beig provided formal entertainments at least once
to care for the children of veterans a month. We plan to-expand our ac-
living in Ann Arbor, and those from tivities so that more such entertain-
Willow Run village may bring the ment will be available to veteran
children with them to the League, couples," Mrs. Rickerson continued.
where there is to be a special room The club has recently opened an
where undergraduates will care for cffice in the League where veterans'
them. wives may go for information and
Bus service from Willow Run Vil- where the club's activities will center.
lage has also been arranged by Dean
Joseph A. Bursley, and a bus will j^ }I Committee
leave the corner .of Midway and Clark JG
Streets at 2:30 p.m. today to bring Meetings Announced
veterans and their wives and children
to the League. The bus will leave the All members of the singing chorus
League at 5 p.m. for the return trip. of Junior Girls Play must attend the
Club Will Meet Twice a Month meeting at 3:15 p.m. tomorrow at the
The Veterans Wives Club holds League. The room number will be
meetings twice a month and the first posted on the board in the League
February meeting will be held at 7:30 lobby.

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To Hold Dance
Friday at Union
Tickets for Paul Bunyan Ball
Will Go On Sale Tomorrow;
Jeans, Plaid Shirts To Be Worn
Tickets for the Paul Bunyan For-
mal, to be presented from 9 p.m. to
midnight Friday in the Union Ball-
room, will go on sale from 2:30 p.m.
to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Union
desk.
The dance will feature Bill Layton's
music. Whitey Benson will be fea-
tured as drum soloist, and Layton has
promised several new arrangements,
including the popular, "Aren't You
Glad You're You."
The traditional north woods at-
mosphere will be furnished by the
decorations of trees and pine
boughs. Bunyan himself will be
present at the dance, and will be
spotlighted along with his famous
blue ox.
Those attending the dance will wear
jeans and plaid shirts, in keeping
with the custom of dressing infor-
mally for the Paul Bunyan dances,
which are sponsored annually by the
Forestry Club. Club members will
present a skit entitled "The Shooting
If Dan McGrew" during one of the
intermissions.
Lee Crail, chairman of the dance,
has announced that tickets for the
1946 Paul Bunyan will be on sale
throughout the week at the Union
desk.
Patrons for the dance include Pres-
ident and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruth-
ven, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dean Jo-
seph A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs. W. B.
Rea, Dan and Mrs. S. T. Dana, Prof.
and Mrs. W. F. Ramsdell, Prof. and
Mrs. D. M. Matthews, Prof. and Mrs.
S. A. Graham, Prof. and Mrs. William
Kynoch, Prof. and Mrs. E. C. O'Roke,
Prof. and Mrs. Robert Craig, Prof.
and Mrs. L. J.. Young, Prof. Dow V.
Baxter.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray, Mr.
and Mrs., Louis Patronsky, Dr. and
Mrs. W. C. Steere, Dr. and Mrs. Jos-
I selyn VanTyne, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Hickey, Prof. H. H. Bartlett, Dr. El-
zada Clover, Dr. and Mrs. G. R. La-
Rue, Dr. and Mrs. Karl Lagler, and
Dr. and .Mrs. H. W. Iann.
Chaperones are to be Prof. and
Mrs. W. W. Chase, and Prof. and Mrs.
S. W. Allen. Guests of the Forestry
Club will be Miss Mabel Train, Miss.
Veo Foster, 'Miss Mary Duncan, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Heller, and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Stanford.
League House and dormitory ac-
tivities sheets are now due and may
be placed in the activities box in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League.

Heads Named
For Coming
Veterans Ball
The central committee members
for the all-campus dance which is
sponsored by the Veterans' Organiza-
tion and which will be presented early
next semester, were announced yes-1
terday by Bill Short, general chair-
man, and Helen Alpert and Marian
Johnson, Assemoy and Panhellenic
presidents.
Six central committees will be
headed by veterans and University
women acting as co-chairmen. Eliza-
beth Knowles, Zone X, and Edward
O'Hara have been appointed public-a
ity co-chairmen. Dolores Earl, Al-
pha Omicron Pi, and Joseph Sember
will head the patrons committee.
The ticket committee will be un-
der the co-chairmanship of Veronica
Ladda, of Martha Cook, and Bud
Hitchcock, Rozann Radliff, Delta
Delta Delta, and Ben Anslow will be
in charge of programs. Decorations
will be handled by Josephine Ger-
man, of Victor Vaughan, and Stanley
Plagenhoef.
Marilyn Burnes, Alpha Gamma
Delta, and William Bielauskas will
be the co-chairmen of the favors
committee. Robert Shupe will be in
charge of the buildings committee
and Milton Wagner will head the
music committee.
All committee members are asked
to attend a general meeting at 4 p.m.
tomorrow in the Panhel Office on
the second floor of the League.
Basketball Schedule
Announced by WAA
The following basketball schedule
has been announced for the coining
week by WAA.
Monday: Delta Delta Delta I vs.
Pi Beta Phi I, Zeta Tau Alpha II vs.
Kappa Alpha Theta I at 5:10 p.m.,
Couzens VI vs. Alpha Chi Omega,
Barbour vs. Sorosis at 7:20 p.m.
Tuesday: Delta Gamma vs. Ann
Arbor Girls, Pi Beta Phi IIvs. Mosher
II at 5:10 p.m., Lester vs. Zone V,
White vs. Alpha Gamma Delta II at
7:20 p.m., Zone II vs. Gamma Phi
Beta I at 8 p.m.

Instruction Offered by YWCA
In Midyear Program of Classes

"Going our wiay?" is the slogan
adopted by the YWCA for their mid-
year program of classes which will
begin February 8 and continue until
May 24.
Individual instruction by qualified
teachers in knitting, Spanish, milli-
nery, sketching dressmaking, contract
bridge, and creative writing is includ-
ed in the program. Beginners and
advanced students will be given equal
consideration.
Class Work Is Varied
The Spanish class will work on both
reading and conversation, and crea-
tive writing students may receive
constructive criticism of manuscripts.
Mastery of complicated stitches and
patterns, as well as fundamentals, is
the aim of the knitting class, while
fashioning and remodeling hats will
occupy the millinery class.
Indoor and outdoor sketching in
various mediums will be the project
of the sketching class. Dressmaking{
classes will be divided into two groups,

with beginners learning the use of
commercial patterns and fitting and
sewing techniques. Dressmaking, styl-
ing, tailoring, and remodeling will be'
taught to students with some knowl-
edge of sewing.
Men, Women May Take Bridge
The contract bridge class will be
open to both men and women and
class instruction will follow the needs
of the group. A minimum of ten
registrants will be required for each
class, and application should be made
at the YWCA, 343 South Fourth, be-
fore February 8. Further informa-
tion about classes may be received at
the YWCA.
Membership in the YWCA is not
required to take the courses, but the
membership committee invites all
women who are not as yet members
of the organization to register. Mem-
bership is not confined to any one
branch, and a YWCA card entitles
the bearer to use the facilities of any
YWCA in the country.

All Students Asked
To Donate Clothing
For Foreign Relief
To help the United Nations Organ-
ization victory drive provide clothing
desperately needed by persons in
Europe and China, all students are
urged to contribute any wearing ap-
parel they possibly can.
The League, in cooperation with
women students, is sponsoring a cam-
pus-wide drive to obtain warm, serv-
iceable articles. Woolen skirts, sweat-
ers, ski suits, coats, jackets, mittens,
scarfs, socks as well as boots and
shoes are essential to children and
adults of war devastated countries so
that they will be able to survive the
winter months. Thousands of these
people have only flimsy wardrobes,
and are in need of help from other
countries.
Boxes have been placed in many
dormitories, sororities, and league
houses, and the presidents of all resi-
dences have been notified of the
drive, according to Jean Gaffney,
campus chairman. All donations must
be turned in by Tuesday to Miss Ethel
McCormick's office in the League.

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