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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DONNA CADY MARGPNT DUFFY
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WAF GrowthI
To Start Soon
Col. May Stresses
Strength of Women
The war of the sexes will soon
be in full swing in the Air Force.
The number of women in this
branch of the armed service is
expected to triple in the next six
months, and that means stiff
competition in Officers Candidate
School, said Col. Geraldine P.
May, director of WAF.
THE NUMBER of women Col.
May commands was restricted by
law to 4,000 until June, but she
disclosed that they have been re-
cruiting WAFs at the rate of about
500 a month since then.
"And since we're now allow-
ed more than two percent of the
authorized strength of the Air
Force, we hope nearly to triple
our strength this Spring, de-
pending on training facilities,"
she added.
Col. May gives several good rea-
sons why servicemen should never
underestimate the power of a
military woman.
"THE TOP officer in the last
graduating class for Air Force
non-rated officers at Lackland
Air Force Base was a WAF," the
-colonel stated at a recent press
conference. "Another WAF is at
the head of the present class."
To demonstrate the power of
the WAFs, Col. May took up the
matter of the blue shirts recent-
ly assigned to Air Force men
along with the new blue uni-
forms.
"Wesdidn't quite like that col-
or of blue, so we sort of scouted
around and found this light blue
Oxford cloth for ours;" Col. May
said.
"Now the men are going to use
this color too, as soon as they use
up about about 7,000,000 yards of
the material they already had,"
the WAFs ranking officer pointed
out.

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ASSOCIATED PRESS

Cady-Mitchell
The engagement of Donna Lee
Cady, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Smith H. Cady of Los Gatos, Cal
to Thomas Mitchell, son of Mr
and Mrs. E. S. Mitchell of Anr
Arbor has been announced.
Miss Cady is affiliated with Al
pha Chi Omega. She is a forme
member of the Daily Business
staff. Both Miss Cady and Mr
Mitchell will graduate from the
University in June.
Lauer-Neufeld
Carolyn Lauer, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Carleton Lauer of Lake
Fenton, became the bride of John
Neufeld, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hen-
ry Neufeld of Detroit, on Feb. 4.
Miss Lauer, a graduate of the
University, is now employed at the
research center for group dyna-
mics.
Mr. Neufeld is studying history
in the graduate school. He served
as Night Editor of The Daily dur-
ing the summer of '49.
* * *
Duffy-Devine
Mrs. Vera Duffy of Ann Arbor
has announced the engagement
of her daughter, Margaret, to
Douglas Devine, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Orville Devine of Lansing.
Miss Duffy graduated from the
literary college .in June, with a
Bachelor of Arts in history. At
the present she is studying spe-
cial education in the graduate
school.
Mr. Devine is a member of the
Kappa Kappa Psi,- national hon-
orary fraternity and Simphonia,
national music fraternity. He is a
senior in the music school.

T Herrick e Valois
e Mrs. Frances Waring Herrick of
Ann Arbor has announced the en-
gagement of her daughter, Hilde-
garde, to Russell L. De Valois, son
a of Mr. and Mrs. John J. De Va-
lois of Katpadi, Ind.
Miss Herrick, who attended Ob-
erlin College, is a graduate of the
r University, and is now enrolled in
. the School of Music.
An instructor at the University,
Mr. De Valois received both his
bachelors and masters degrees
from Oberlin College. He is now.

N O S Y M E E T I N G -- Boris, Pyrenees dog at SAn Valley, Idaho, nuzzles up to Judy, domesti.
cated antelope which was raised at the village after being found in nearby Sawtooth mountains.

working for his
chology.

doctorate in psy-

Senior

Women

[WAA Notices]
The WAA basketball tourna-
ment is nearing completion.
The schedule for this week is
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Beal I vs.
Kappa Kappa Gamma I; Delta
Delta Delta III vs. Kappa Delta I;
at 7:15 p.m.-Angell I vs. Ann Ar-
bor Girls I; at 8 p m.-Newberry
I vs. Stockwell VII; Martha Cools
I vs. Couzens I.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Kappa
Delta II vs. Delta Gamma II;
Alpha Delta Pi vs. Alpha Phi II;
at 7:15 p.m.-Barbour II vs. Al-
pha Omicron Pi I; Chi Omega I
vs. Chi Omega II; at 8 p.m.-Al-
pha Xi Delta II vs. Chi Omega
III; Chi Omega IV vs. Jordan II.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Chee-
ver I vs. winner of Delta Delta
Delta III vs. Kappa Delta I.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Delta
Gamma I vs. winner of Kappa
Kappa Gamma vs. Beal I; winner
of Kappa Delta II vs. Delta Gam-
ma II vs. winner of Angell I vs.
Ann Arbor Girls I; at 7:15 p.m.-
Alpha Phi I vs. Mosher III; Chi
Omega II (if they lose Tuesday
at 7) vs. Gamma Phi Beta II; at
8 p.m.-Zeta Tau Alpha I vs.
Stockwell V; Stockwell II vs. win-
ner of Alpha Xi Delta II vs. Chi
Omega III.
Tournament officials ask for
each teams' fullest cooperation
for the completion of the tourna-
ment. All cancellations must be
made by 1:30 p.m. Monday by
calling U. Ext. 2745.
Square Dancing Slated
At Informal Hillel Party
Square dancing with a profes-
sional caller will be featured at
Hillel's barn dance from 7:30 to
10 p.m. Sunday at a cafeteria at
211 S. State St.
The dance is either a date or a
non-date event, and refreshments
will be served. Cornstalks and
posters with "Ma and Pa" car-
toons will be the decorations.
Alden Harris, Hillel publicity
chairman, advised those who are
planning to attend to wear "very
informal clothes."

ants and control tower operators,
but that they will be needed now
for clerical and administrative
jobs.
Col. May said that the Air Force
wants women to be women what-
ever their job may be. "We like to
be military, but still be feminine,"
she said.
Union To Offer Tickets
For Detroit Hockey Trip
Tickets are on sale now for the
Union sponsored hockey trip to
Detroit, Monday, March 5.
Late permission will be granted
to women taking the bus to see
the hockey game between the To-
ronto Maple Leafs and Detroit
Red Wings.
Tickets, on sale at the ticket
booth in the Union, will be $1.45
round trip on the bus, plus $1.80
for the game. Total cost will be
$3.25.
The buses will leave Ann Arbor
at 6:30 p.m. and return approxi-
mately at midnight.

TRYING HIS LUCK AT ARCHITECTURE
- Charles Luckman (left), 41, whose resignation as $300,000-a-
year president of Lever Brothers soap empire was big news in
business world a year ago, checks drawing with William Pereira,.
his partner in Hollywood, Calif., architecture firm. They were
i classmates at Univ. of Illinois School of Architecture.

H O U S E 0 F B O T T L ES - R. T. Troxter talks with visitor In front of his summer home-
built of 3,000 bottles-on shore of pond near Elon College, N. C. The three-room structure was built
by Troxler's three war veteran sons from old bottles found around their home.

Col. May said
enjoy technical
such as weather

that the WAFs
Air Force jobs
station attend-

May Interview
For Positions
Senior women interested in be-
coming professional staff mem-
bers of the Camp Fire Girls, Inc.
can be interviewed today at the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Bldg.
Virginia Gardner, Assistant Di-
rector of the Department of Per-
sonnel and Training of the Camp
Fire Girls, Inc., will speak to the
applicants in regard to profes-
sional opportunities with that or-
ganization.
Miss Gardner is looking for wo-
men to enter the Camp Fire Girls,
Inc. training program for execu-
tives.
A Bachelor's degree is required
for this work. A broad liberal arts
course is suggested for a back-
ground.
Graduate work in social work
or education is desirable, but not
necessary. Program skills are im-
portant.

Dr. Sarnoff
IZFA-Hillel

To Address
Meeting

The first meeting of the semes-
ter of the IZFA-Hillel study group
will be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, in
the Garden Room of the Michigan
League.
Dr. Irving Sarnoff will present
a section of his recently written
doctoral thesis, "Identification
with the Aggressor: Some Aspects
of Jewish Anti-Semitism." A dis-
cussion will follow led by Dr.
Sarnoff.
The group is co-sponsored by
the Hillel Foundation and the In-
tercollegiate Zionist Federation of
America. It will meet every two
weeks. Everyone is welcome to at-
tend.

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H O U S E W I V E S' PANCAKE MAKE - U P- Carrying pancakes in skillets, house-
wives run through streets of Olney, Eng., in annual pancake race following 500-year-old tradition.
Mrs. Isabel Dix (extreme right) won 415-yard race. Contestants toss pancakes in air while running.

THE ROUND UP ROOM
of the
MICHIGAN LEAGUE
OPENS
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26

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