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October 01, 1947 - Image 5

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__TIEMICHIGAN -DAIL_._

Societies, Clubs To Hold Meetings Today

ALL MEMBERS of Scroll are
notified of an impottant
meeting to be held at 5 p.m. today
in the Garden Room of the
League. Members are requested to
bring fountain peng.
VYVERN members are asked to
attend a meeting to be held
at 5 p.m. today in the League. The

the bulletin board at the main
desk.
* * *
MEETING of the dance
captains for the social danc-
ing classes will be held at 5 p.m.
today in the Undergraduate Office
of the League, according to Su-
zanne Smith, chairman of the

T1HE BALLET CLUB will organ-
ize their program of dance
instruction at 5:15 p.m. today in
Barbour Gym. Instructional meet-
ings will be held from 7 to 8 p.M.
Monday, weekly.
Read and Use.
The Daily Clas ifieds

room number will be

ed on dance committee.

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GABARDINE
SLACKS
LATEST COLORS AND STYLES
$10 95
Others 4.95 to 16.95

Book Exchange Will Return
Unsold Textbooks Next Week
Students having unsold books t me
remaining in the ge Of c n~tenx w ek.Ayn
of the StudenthBook xextowees.Anydne
may collect them from 9 a m. lo holding receipts for books should
noon and 1 to 5 p.m. Monday present them at the Book Ex-
through Friciay of next wce. change where the account will be
Those students whose books checked, and all books not sold
have been sold will receive a check! returned. All books not claimed
- next week will become the prop-
erty of the Book Exchange.
C om m iOtteefficers of the Exchange also
urged that all students whose ad-
dress has changed since leaving
W o rk r ngooks in the organization should
n r1 eave notice of the new address in
--- IBook Exchange before next weekr.
A mass meeting will be held for This term the student organiza-
all women interested in working tion sold $4,800 worth of books.
on the Merit-Tutorial Committee The greatest demand was for
at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the Garden books for freshmen courses.
Room of the League. I The Student Book Exchange
All coeds who are eligible to lmust vacate its offices in the Lea-
participate in activities may aid gue this month, and is faced with
on the committee and are invited the prospect of liquidating if new
to attend the meeting. quarters cannot be found before
Activities Kept on File next term.
The Merit-Tutorial Committee
is comprised of three parts. Thej
first part is the merit section,
which maintains a file contain-
ing an activity card for each un-
dergraduate woman enrolled in Engagements
the University. Women with typ-
ing or filing experience are espe-
cially needed for work in this sec- Mrs. Lucile McCoy of Detroit
tion.t announced recently the marria ge
The second division of the com- of her daughter, Marjorie Bassel-
mittee operates a tutoring service man, to George Wolfe, son of Mr.
for those wishing to tutor and and Mrs. G. C. Wolfe, of Williams-
those who need tutoring. Coeds port, Pa.
will recruit and register tutors. Mrs. Wolfe is affiliated with Al-
Section Is Added pha Delta Pi sorority, and Mr.
The newest section of the com- Wolfe is a member of Alpha Sig-
mittee is the information booth ma Phi.
open from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday * * *
through Friday in the Undergrad- Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Carlson
uate Office of the League. Women of Detroit have announced the
are needed to aid in securing in- marriage of their daughter, Eliza-
formation and to work in the beth, to Raymond Edward Valley,
booth. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Val-
ley of Flint.
'U-' Hospital N4e e d s Mrs. Valley is affiliated with

'U' Broadcast
WantsHelp
'Michigan Maize' Desires
Coeds for Research Staff
"Michigan Maize," student rad-
io broadcast, has sent out a call
for coeds interested in working
on the research staff to attend a
meeting at 4:15 today in the Gar-
den Room of the League.
Duties of the research staff con-
sist of compiling information on
campus life and University tra-
ditions to be used as background
material for broadcast scripts.
The program, sponsored jointly
by the Union and the League, will
be presented weekly on Saturday
morning.
Rushing chairmen of all sor-
orities planning to participate
in informal rushing must at-
tend a meeting at 3 p.m. to-
morrow in the Garden Room
of the League, according to
Jane Wetmore, Panhellenic
rushing chairman.
You Can Lose
Unwanted Pounds and Inches
just where you want them off;
no diets, drugs, medicines or
back breaking exercises.
Harold M. Baskin
Physio Therapist
8 N. Normal St. Phone 2410
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as reflected in our
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SUEDES WOOL LINED
HORSEH IDES RAYON LINED
PILE LINED
NAVY SURPLUS - Also navy sheepskin.
FLIGHT JACKETS with sheepskin collar
Ann Arbor CUT-RATE clothing
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Coed Volunteers

Former members and newI
recruits interested in working
through the Hospital Volunteer
Service are invited to a meeting
to be held at 4:15 today in Rm.
2432 University Hospital.
Services performed by volun-
teers include comforting and read-
ing to patients, writing letters and
working in the blood bank. Spec-
ial positions are open for chem-
istry and physics majors.
Requirements necessary to be-
come a volunteer are that a coed
must be scholastically eligible,
truly interested in hospital serv-
ice and willing to work four hours
hours a week for at least one se-
mester.
Women who are interested but
cannot attend the meeting are
asked to contact Mys. McCoy,
director of volunteers, at Uni-
versity Hospital or Miss Maitland
at 2-3225.

Alpha Delta P~i sorority, and was
the Junior Business Manager of
The Daily here.
The recent marriage of Marian
Myers, daughter of Mr and Mrs.
K. Bruce Myers of Burgettstown,
Pa., to George Kohlbacher, Jr.,
has been announced. He is the son
of Mr. andaMrs. George Kohl-
bacher of Jamestown, N.Y.
Mrs. Kohlbacher is affiliated
with Alpha Delta Pi sorority and
her husband is a member of Zeta
Psi fraternity.
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Hoffman
of Rockford, Ill., have announced
the marriage of their daughter,
Ruth, to Robert Rodgers, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rodgers of
Nashville, Tenn.
Mrs. Rodgers is affiliated witn
Alpha Delta Pi sorority and was
a member of Sigma Alpha Iota.
Mr. Rodgers is a member of Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon.

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