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WEDN19SA1ITh7M-R'TARtY 6, 1940

ifHE M1C"IWCAN DAILY

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Senior Supper Sponsored by Honor
Societies Will Be Presented Today

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Women To Attend
In Caps, Gowns
The traditional senior supper, held
in honor of all women graduating in1
February, will be given at 6:30 p.m.
today in the League Ballroom.
Senior Society and Scroll, women's
honor societies, are sponsoring the
supper this year as thbir new pro-
ject. Members of Scroll and Senior
Society, whether seniors or not, plan
to attend.
All February graduates have re-
ceived individual invitations to the
supper according to Frances Pop-
kins, chairman for Senior Society,
and Jean Hotchkins for Scroll. This
dinner will be the first occasion that
seniors will attend in their academic
caps and gowns. The place cards will

be in the form of mi
boards.
The cast from tl
JG Play, "There's Roc
mntertain during the
program of songs, ski
Traditional senior
also be presented in
gaged women suck
pinned women take
those married blow o
the others drop a pen
ing well" for every;
been single.
The list of patrons
include Dean Alice
Marie D. Hartwig,P
Conger, Miss Ethel
and Patricia Barret
senior class of L. S. a
Today is the last d
may call for their c
at the local sports she

By LOIS KELSO
A FEW DAYS AGO a group of University women, altruis
well-equipped with social and humanitarian consciences,
thumb of League Council, volunteered to collect for the M
at a local theatre.
Unlike so many of the students on this campus, we wer
merely with thoughts of our own selfish pleasure. No infe
to think of gaiety (like a big J-Hoap) when others needed us.
been revelling in the unrestrained exuberance of the Business
library, but we chose rather to follow the promptings of our pr
tioned social and humanitarian consciences.
WE WALKED to the theatre, uplifted with a high resolve,
other thinking people who were there to do their bit
As we stood in a corner, discussing in hushed whispers the
were approached by the manager, a gaunt, ascetic-looking
light of serious purpose in his eye.
"Listen kids," he said, "tonight we really got to hit it. Y
four hundred out of here tonight."
THERE ENSUED a dramatic pause, as we realized the res
was ours. Then the manager spoke again..
"Blondie," he said, "you take the balcony. I'd send one
help you, but I think you'll do better by yourself."
He marshalled us, as if for brttle, then gave directions
purposeful voice. Our hearts beat higher as the blurb on the
The lights went up, and we moved forward, our cardboardc
stretched.
PEOPLE GAVE, from the bottom of their hearts. Sever
contributed popcorn. This, I think, was what touched m
I bawled like a baby. They might not have had much tog
what I know of the V-12, they didn't-but they gave of wha
Glowing with the sense of achievement, we returned t
with our haul. We leftas "he was counting it, and I am prou
none of us even stopped for a cup of coffee on the way home
far from our minds, and nothing could have tempted us t
needed elsewhere.

niature mortar- to senior women in the schools of
L.S. and A., Pharmacy, Architecture,
he forthcoming Business Administration, Pu b 1 i cI
om for All," will Health, Education and Music. Pro-
dinner with a vided caps and gowns are returned
ts and a dance. to the store by Wednesday Feb. 27,'
ceremony will four days after graduation, three'
which the en- dollars of the five dollar deposit will
a lemon, the be refunded.
straight pins, -
ut candles andC
ny in the "wish- Coeds Selected
year they have
for the supper As Orientation
C. Lloyd, Miss -
Mrs. Lucille B. Gc d
A. McCormick Lroup eaders
t, president of
and A. Judiciary Council yesterday an-
ay that women nounced the women who will be
aps and gowns spring orientation advisers during
op. This applies the orientation period, which will
extend from Monday, Feb. 25 through
Saturday, March 2.
Transfer advisers will be Louise
Kefgen, Alpha Phi; Elinor Moxness,
Helen Newberry; Betty Ann Wilder,
Kappa Kappa Gamma; R o b i n
Scherer, Alpha Gamma Delta; Renee
Fouts, Oakwood House; Patricia
Brezner, Mosher Hall; Dorothy Oet-
jen, Rock House, and Elizabeth
stic, far-seeing, Adams, Martha Cook.
and under the Transfer advisers will also include
arch of Dimes Alice Sackheim, Stockwell; Dorothy
Dare, Simmons House; Joan Kerwin,
Martha Cook; Betty Abbott, Alpha
re not occupied Phi, and Elaine Pew, Kappa Delta.
ants we, daring The following coeds have been ap-
We could have pointed freshmen orientation ad-
Administration visers: Jerry Gaffney, Delta Gamma;
reviously- men- Naida Chernow, Ridgeway House;
1 Margaret Parker, Victor Vaughan;
Jean Harris, Betsy Barbour, and Vi-
and joined the ola Converse, Gamma Phi Beta.
for humanity. -- -----
FEPC bill, we
man with the u iorGirls Play
You got to take Schedules Daily
Meetings at League
ponsibility that "There's Room for All," this year's
Junior Girls Play, is swinging into
of the boys to its second week of production with
rehearsals and committee meetings
sin a resonant cheduled daily.
The dramatic cast .will rehearse
screen started. the second act at 7:15 p.m. today,
containers out- and the first act at 3 p.m. tomorrow.
Rehearsal times for the end of the
week will be announced later.
'al sailors even Every member of the singing cast
e most. In fact must be at the rehearsal at 3:30 p.m.
give-and from today, according to Rose Derderian,
at they had. choral director. All costume commir-
o the manager tee members should attend the meet-
ud to state that ing at 5 p.m. tomorrow.
JG Play central committee will
. Frivolity was meet at 5 p.m. tomorrow for an im-
o waste money portant meeting.

Foresters Plan
Bunyan Tribute
Friday at Union
Clad in informal attire, students
will gather from 9 p.m. to midnight
Friday in the Union Ballroom for the
Paul Bunyan "Formal" given by
members of the University Forestry
Club.
Ticket sales will continue from
3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. today through
Friday at the main desk of the Union
and Paul Bunyan will be accompanied
by his pet blue ox when he appears
at the dance. The "Formal" is given
annually by the Forestry Club to
honor the legendary hero of the num-
erous tales of the American lumber-
men.
The motto of the affair, "By all
means 1wear your jeans" is a key to
the atmosphere which will prevail
Friday night when the ballroom is
decorated with a natural setting of
pine boughs and trees.-
During intermission, a skit enti-
tled "The Shooting of Dan McGrew"
will be given by club members. Lee
Crail, chairman of the dance states
that those attending will learn of
other surprises.
Music will be furnished by Bill Lay-
ton's orchestra, with Whitey Benson
featured as drum soloist. Several new
arrangements have been promised
by Layton.
Qoirg Our Way'
For YWCA Prod
The YWCA has drawn up plans for
the midyear program of classes,
which begin Friday Feb. 8 and con-
tinue until May 24, under the slogan
"Going our way?"
Beginners and advanced students
will be given instruction in the Span-
ish, millinery, sketching, dressmak-
ing, contract bridge and creative
writing classes which are to be of-
fered.
The sketching class will use as
their project indoor and outdoor
Wives of Veterans
Choose New Officers
At a recent meeting of the Vet-
erans' Wives Club, officers for the
coming term were elected.
Heading the group, as president,
is Mrs. John Rickerson. Others in-
clude Mrs. Homer Underwood, vice-
president; Mrs. John Murry, secre-
tary; and Mrs. David Lindquist,
treasurer.
The next regular meeting and so-
cial hour will be held at 7:30 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 18 in the League.

USO Will Givel
Vets To Be Hors
A farewell tea and open house from
3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at Harris
Hall, at which outstanding volunteer
workers will be honored, will close
the acivities of the Ann Arbor USO.
The closing exercises and recog-
nition ceremonies will begin at 3 p.
m. Osias Zwerdling, president of the
Ann Arbor USO Council, will preside
and music will be furnished by the
Navy band.
The Rev. Dr. Leonard A. Parr will
deliver the invocation, which will be
followed by greetings from Mayor
William Brown, Capt. Woodson V.
Michaux and Col. Reginald R. Miller,
heads of the Navy and Army units
on campus; and Rabbi Judah M. Co-
hen, president of the community
fund drive.
After singing by the Navy choir,
certificates of recognition for dis-
tinguished service by junior and
senior volunteers will be presented
by Chester Stone. The program will
close with a benediction by Mon-
seigneur Warren Peek.
"In sincere appreciation to more
than 2,000 volunteer citizens who
welcomed thousands of servicemen
and made the Ann Arbor USO a home
away from home, the USO Council
extends a cordial invitation to all
Ann Arbor to a farewell tea and open
house from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday,
Feb. 10 at the USO center, State St.
at E. University," Zwerdling an-
nounced.

Farewell Tea;
fored at Dance
With all veterans on campus as
guests of honor, the USO will pre-
sent its last dance, the Heart's Hop,
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight Saturday
in the ballroom of Harris Hall.
The party will be formal and will
use a Valentine theme, with tradi-
tional red and white decorations in
the ballroom. The music of Howard
Burmeister's band will be featured,
and a floorshow has been planned
for the intermission. Refreshments
will be served.
Veterans, their wives and guests
will also be guests of honor. All pres-
ent and former USO hostesses, as
well as all servicemen on campus, are
cordially invited to attend and bring
guests.
WAA .Notices
The following basketball schedule
has been announced by WAA Board.
Today: Craylor vs. Zone IV at 7:20
p.m., Couzens V vs. Cheever at 8 p.m.
Tomorrow: Alpha Gamma Delta I
vs. Alpha Phi II, Chi Omega vs. Al-
pha Delta Pi at 5:10 p.m., Couzens I
vs. Kappa Delta II, Kappa Kappa
Gamma I vs. winner of Ann Arbor
Girls vs. Delta Gamma.
WAA Camp Counselor's Club will
meet at 7:15 p.m. today at WAB. Eve-
ning programs will be discussed.
WAA Board meeting will be held
at 5 p.m. today at WAB
Badminton Club will meet at 7:15
p.m. today at Waterman Gym for
last meeting of the semester.
Figure Skating Group will meet at
3 p.m. tomorrow at the Coliseum.
Bowling Club will participate in a
faculty game at 3:30 p.m. Friday at
the Recreation Bowling Alleys.
AI EE Will Present
Its Annual Banquet
For Local Members
The American Institute of Elec-
trical Engineers will present their
annual banquet for local members
aipd faculty at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow.
Dean Ivan C. Crawford of the En-
gineering School will be the guest
speaker and his subject will be "The
Engineer Looks for a Job." Follow-
ing his talk, a program of enter-
tainment has been planned for the
evening.

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of Classes

sketching in various mediums. Span--'
ish students will concentrate on both
conversation and reading, while stu-
dents of writing will receive con-
structive criticism of manuscripts.
Complicated sitiches and patterns,
as well as fundamental stitches for
beginners, will be ite aim of the
knitting class. Those interested in
millinery will receive instruction in
fashioning and remaking hats.
The dressmaking students will be
placed into two groups, with begin-
ners learning the use of commercial
patterns and fitting and sewing fund-
amentals. Those sewing students who
are more advanced will be offered
instruction in tailoring, styling, and
remodeling.
Contract bridge classes will be
taught to both men and women ac-
cording to the group needs.
There will be a minimum of ten
registrants for each class, and the
applications should be made at the
YWCA Building, 343 South Fourth,
before Friday, Feb. 8. Further in-
formation about the classes may be
had at the YWCA.

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