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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1946

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Coeds To Sign

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Volunteer

Hospital Aids
Plan Meeting for Thursday;
Students Will Assist Nurses,
Doctors, Patients in Wards
A mass orientation meeting of all
students willing to work as volunteer
hospital aids will be held at 4 p.m.
Thursday in Room 4408 in the Hos-
pital.
Students who are interested and
are unable to attend this meeting are
asked to call Olive Chernow (2-3225)
who is chairman- of the Hospital
Service Committee.
Volunteer aids are required to
work four hours per week, which
may be divided into two two-hour
shifts. Students may work morn-
ings, afternoon, evenings, Satur-
days and Sundays whenever they
have any spare time.
Mrs. McCoy, director of the Vol-
unteers, will outline the various
duties and responsibilities connected
with this service at the orientation
meeting. At this time each student
will also sign up for the particular
type of work she would like to do.
The volunteers work, in the
wards directly with the patients.
They run errands for the nurses
as well as the patients, feed those
unable to eat by themselves, ar-
range flowers, and assist the
nurses and doctors in every way
possible. In children's wards the
volunteers play, read, dress, feed
and otherwise amuse the tiny
patients. In men's and women's
wards the task includes reading,
talking and cheering those who are
bedridden.
There are special places for stu-
dents who are chemistry or physics
majors. These volunteers may sign
up for work in the hospital labor.-
atories where they will learn to take
blood counts and stain and label
slides. Such work is arranged after
an interview with the lab director.
The uniforms worn by the vol-
unteer aids consist of blue jackets
provided by the Hospital, white
hlouses, dark skirts, low-heeled
shoes and silk stockings. Each wo-
man has her own jacket which is
left at the Hospital at all times so
that it may be laundered.
During the war this activity was
caried on as Soph Project,. but now
is a special division of the League
Hospital Service Committee. Accord-
ing to Miss Chernow, "a great deal
of service and aid has been rendered
by the coeds in the past, and I'm
sure that at this time they will help
iimensurably in their tasks as Hos-
pital Aids."

VOLLEY BALL - Members of teams from two women's residences battle to win a point in an interhouse
tournament game. Sponsored by the WAA, the com petition began last week and will continue throughout
October and November. Teams representing dormito ries, sororities, and League house zones are participat-
ing in the all-campus tournament.

Wyvern To Hold
Coffee Hour
Wyvern, honor society for junior,
women, will hold an informal coffee
hour at 8 p.m.. tomorrow in the
League to honor last year's members.
At a short meeting the old and new
members will have a chance to be-
come re-acquainted and to discuss
plans for this year's activities. The
discussion will be led by Carol Lieb-
erman, president of the group. Pam-
ela Wrinch, who will head the proj-
ect for this year, will give her report.
The society has decided to continue
with last year's project which was
the orientation of foreign women stu-
dents on campus.
Mrs. Elsie R. Fuller, Administrative
Assistant in the Office of the Dean
of Women, is the newly chosen Wy-
vern advisor and will be introduced at
the meeting.

JOIN THE CHORUS:
Coeds To Audition for Soph

Petitions Due
Saturday Noon
For Assembly
Petitioning for several Assembly
posts will continue until noon Sat-
urday, according to Jeanne Clare,
president of Assembly Association.
League House Dance committee
positions are open to all eligible in-
dependent league house residents.
Dances are held on Saturday after-
noons to enable coeds who ordinarily
would not have house facilities to
hold open houses. Women may pe-
tition forthe general chairman,das-
sistant chairman, which includes
handling of tickets and finance, pub-
licity, decorations, and entertain-
ment, which will involve program
and hostess arrangements.
Coke Bar Chairman
Any independent eligible coed may
petition for CokeBar chairman, one
of Assembly's most important posi-
tions, whose responsibility it will be
to take charge of concessions for
campus dances.
Also included on the petitioning
list are posts for chairman of teas,
who will work in conjunction with
Panhellenic Association in sponsoring
faculty and other teas throughout
the year; assistant chairman of the
social committee; and assistant pro-
ject chairman who will work with
Phyllis Petit, general chairman, on
project activities for Fresh Air Camp.
Interviews Required
Women should sign for interviews,
which will be held next week, at the
time they turn in petitions. All in-
terviewees will be required to bring
their eligibility cards, signed by the
Merit-Tutorial Committee, which is
located in the Undergraduate Office
of the League.
Petitioners will also be required to
bring their Assembly membership
cards to their interviews. Miss Clare
stressed the fact that independents
should procure their cards sometime
this week from 3 to 5 p.m. today
through Thursday in the Assembly
Office, Room D, on the third floor
of the League.
Petitions may be obtained ill the
office of the Social Director, Miss
Ethel McCormick, and a detailed list
of the duties of the various chair-
men will be posted in the Under-
graduate Office.
Eligible Coeds May
Join Women's Staff
All Daily women's staff tryouts
will meet at 4 p.m. today in the con-
ference room of the Student Publi-
cations Building.
The meeting is compulsory for all
coeds who have signed for the wom-
en's staff and any other eligible wom-
en who missed last week's initial try-
out meeting are urged to attend this
afternoon's meeting.
Positions are still open for an addi-
tional number of members of the try-
out staff. All eligible coeds may ap-
ply and those with previous high
school or college newspaper experi-
ence are especially needed.
There will be a meeting of the In-
formation Booth committee at 3 p.m.
today in the Merit-Tutorial Room in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League.
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OPENING NIGHT
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make the receiver just as thrilled.
We have all kinds of jewelry, in-
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A BONNIE LASSIE
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We have the sizes, colors, and
styles to suit the most discrimin-
ating tastes. Stop in and let us
show you our latest fall stock.

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WAA NOTICES

Tryouts for the Soph Cabaret
floorshow will be held on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday in the League,
and all Sophomore women are invited
to a mass meeting at 4:30 p.m. tomor-
row.
The rooms for tryouts will be post-
ed on the bulletin board at the Main
Desk. The floorshow has been divided
Club To Try Out
Riders Tomorrow
Tryouts for Crop and Saddle Rid-
ing Club will be held at 7 p.m. tomor-
row.
Those trying out will meet at Bar-
bour gym, and transportation will be
provided to the stable. All former
members of University Women's Rid-
ing Club are expected to tryout. For-
merly a separate club, University
Women's Riding Club now is a part
of a Crope and Saddle.
Old members of Crop and Saddle
need not try out again, but they are
requested to call Karen Larsen, presi-
dent, at 2-4514 before the tryouts.
The club will be divided into several
sections this year, with each group
riding once a week. Movies and lec-
tures have also been planned among
other riding activities. The annual
WAA horse show, held during the
spring semester, has also been sched-
uled this year.
Coeds need not be expert riders to
try out for the club, but some riding
skill is necessary, according to Miss
Larsen. Results of the tryouts will be
announced in a later issue of The
Daily.

into three sections, singing, dancing,
and specialty acts, according to Mary
Steirer, floorshow chairman.
Betty Estes, singing chairman,
will have charge of the singing try-
outs which will be held from 2 to 3
p.m. and 8 to 9 p.m. Thursday, 10
to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. Friday
and 10 a.m. to noon Saturday. The
chorus numbers will be in three-
part harmony, and solos and trios
are also urged to try out.
The dancing tryouts will be under
the direction of Joanne Bromm,
dance chairman. They'are scheduled
for 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday
and 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday. Miss Steir-
er will direct the specialty act try-
outs which will be from 4 to 6 p.m.
and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, 4 to 6 p.m.
Friday and 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday.
There will be a mass meeting for
all sophomore women at 4:30 p.m.:
tomorrow in the League ballroom.
Polly Hanson, general chairman
of Soph Cabaret will discuss the
plans as a whole. Chairmen of the
other major committees will speak
briefly. At the conclusion of the
meeting, women who are interested
in working on one of the commit-
tees may turn in cards with their
preferences.
Coeds who are unable to attend
the meeting and wish to work on a
committee may sign a sheet in the
Undergraduate Office of the League
with their name, address, phone
number, and committee on which
they wish to work.
The Central Committee of Soph
Cabaret will meet at 5 p.m. today in
the ABC Rooms of the League.

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and you will, too, when you see
see the large assortment of wide
belts that the JUNE GREY SHOP
has to offer you. Many colors
and styles, for both sport and
dress wear.

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PAINT THE
PRETTY FACE
and enhance your good looks.
Come into the MADEMOISELLE
SHOP, and see the many differ-
ent kinds and makes of cosmetics
that we have.

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Games in the WAA volleyball tour-
nament will be played as follows this
week in Barbour Gym. Teams may
schedule practice time Mondays
through Fridays at the gym,.
Today: Pi Beta Phi I vs. Jordan II,
Zeta Tau Alpha I vs. Alpha Epsilon
Phi at 5:10 p.m.; Newberry II vs.
Markley House, Jordan IV vs. Zone II
at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday: Delta Delta Delta II
vs. Jordan III, Cheever vs. Alpha
Delta Pi II at 5:10 p.m.; Mosher II
vs. Chi Omega, Zone IX vs. Jordan
VII at 7:30 p.m.; Lester Co-op vs.
Betsy Barbour at 8:10 p.m.
Thursday: Alpha Chi Omega vs.
Alpha Phi, Kappa Kappa Gamma II
vs. Pi Beta Phi II at 5:10 p.m.;
Stockwell II vs. Zone VI at 7:30 p.m.
Golf Club
The WAA Golf Club will hold its
first meeting at 5 p.m. today in the
main lounge of the Women's Ath-
letic Building.
Betsey Moore, club manager, urges
that all women, experts and novices
alike, who are interested in golf, at-
tend the organizational meeting.

Lessons for beginners and for those
who have played before but feel the
need of instruction, are planned for
the winter season.
No tournament has been planned
for this fall, because of the home
football games. However, a feature
of the spring term will be a women's
tournament, the winners of which
will comprise the women's golf team.
Those interested in golf, but unable
to attend the organizational meeting,
may call Miss Moore at 4879.
Hockey Club
The WAA Hockey Club will hold
its first regular meeting of the fall
season at 4:30 p.m. today on Palmer
Field.
Practice in technique and team
play will be emphasized in the first
few meetings, which are to be held
every Tuesday and Thursday. Later,
tournament play within the club will
be organized and teams chosen.
Hockey Club activities continue as
long as weather permits, and are
open to beginners andbadvanced
players. Instruction will be provided
by Miss Anderson, faculty adviser.

CHEER
FOR OUR TEAM

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and help them on their way to
victory. You'll also cheer when
you see how easy it is to knit
yourself a pair of argyle socks.
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725 North University, will be glad
to help you knit a pair.

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a large supply, so drop in and
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