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PAC( T r

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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GET-TOGETHER:

Assembly-Panhel Dinner
Is Scheduled for Tonight

An exchange dinner sponsored
by Assembly and Panhellenic As-
sociations will be held tonight be-
tween twenty-four sororities and
dormitories.
This will be the first exchange
dinner of its kind, and from 15 to
25 women will exchange from each
house for dinner and an informal
get-together afterward.
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LISTS were posted in the houses
and coeds signed up for the din-
ner last week before Thanksgiv-
ing vacation.
The purpose of the program
is to promote friendly relations
Challenge Game
Couzens, runners-up in the
all-campus volleyball "A" tour-
nament will meet Newberry I,
winners of the "B" tournament
at 8 p.m. tonight in Barbour
Gym in a challenge game. Stu-
dents are invited to attend.

between sororities and dormi-
tories and give coeds an oppor-
tunity to meet new people.
Hostesses in the houses will be
on hand to introduce guests to
members of the houses.
The schedule for the dinners
follows: Mosher and Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma, Jordan and Delta
Gamma, Newberry and Sigma
Delta Tau, Vaughn and Pi Beta
Phi, Prescott and Alpha Delta Pi.
The list continues with Palmer
and Alpha Gamma Delta, Angell
and Alpha Xi Delta, Hinsdale and
Kappa Delta, Henderson and Al-
pha Omicron Pi, Cheever and Del-
ta Zeta, Kleinstueck and Chi Ome-
ga, Cook and Kappa Alpha Theta.
THE EXCHANGE dinners were
planned by Mimi Blau, of the As-
sembly Board and Barbara Wag-
nes, representing Panhellinic As-
sociation. The two organizations
will sponsor this first dinner to-
night.

-Daily---Malco1m Shatz
ADMIRING GLANCE-A coed views the Navy uniform of Lt.
John Price with admiration. She and other women interested in
the U.S. Navy Wave Corps will be interviewed by Waves from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. today in the League.

Waves

To Interview Coeds

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Arriving from the Ninth Naval
District, Great Lakts, Ill., a team
of women officers will interview
coeds interested in serving as of-
ficers in the Wave Corps of the
U.S. Navy from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
today in the League.
The duty of women in the Navy
is to take over on the home front,
and thus release men for front
line duty.
In order to preserve the effici-
ency of the Wave organization, it
is necessary to constanly train in-
telligent young women to be lead-
ers in this group.
Since there is no Naval Acad-
emy for women, the U.S. Navy
selects college graduates from col-
leges and universities throughout
the country to fill these vacan-
cies.
The Wave officers will explain

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HATCHER TEA-Doors of the
home of University President Har-
lan H. Hatcher will be open to stu-
dents from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow
as the president and his wife en-
tertain at their bi-monthly tea.
Members of Kleinsteuck, Cooley
House, Chi Psi and Delta Delta
Delta will be honored at the tea.
UNIVERSITY DAMES - The
Handicraft Group of the Michi-
gan Chapter of University Dames
will meet at 8 p.m. today in the
home of Mrs. William Meecham,
Apt. 4, 880 Nob Hill. Textile paint-
ing and glass etching are projects
for the evening.
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BASKETBALL - The schedule
for this week in the WAA-spon-
sored basketball tournament is as
follows:
Today at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha Chi
Omega II vs. Stockwell III; Cheev-
er I vs. Stockwell IV;at 7:10 p.m.-
Alpha Xi Delta II vs. Newberry I;
Mosher III vs. Chi Omega I; at 8
p.m.-no games.
Tomorrow at 5:10 p.m.-Ann
Arbor Girls I vs. Hobbs House I;
Sigma Delta Tau I vs. Delta Gam-
ma I; at 7:10 p.m.-no games;at
8 p.m.-Mosher IV vs. Prescott I;
Stockwell II vs. Couzens III.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Ann Ar-
bor Girls II vs. Gamma Phi Beta
I; Kappa Kappa Gamma I vs.
Kleinsteuck II; at 7:10 p.m.-Kap-
pa Alpha Theta I vs. Mosher V;
Angell I vs. Delta Delta Delta I;
at 8 p.m. - Mosher II vs. Delta
Zeta I; Jordan II vs. Angell II.
CAMP COUNSELORS - Mem-
bers of the Camp Counselors' Club
will meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at
Barbour Gym to discuss plans for
the club's activities for the re-
mainder of the year. Coeds plan-
ning on taking part in the over-
night on Jan. 13 are asked to
bring $1 to this meeting.

the Reserve Officer Candidate pro-
gram now open to all college wom-
en.
The program includes two six-
week sessions at a Naval Station. i
During these sessions coeds may
qualify for a Reserve commission
without interfering with their col-
lege work.
Upon receiving a degree and I
reaching 21 years of age, coeds 1
may be commissioned an Ensign
in the Naval Reserve.
Because of the present national
emergency, the commissioned of-
ficers will be called to active duty
for a period of two years.
However, Reserve Officer Can-
didiates will not be called to ac-
tive duty until after they have
completed their college courses
and have qualified for commis-
sions.
The Naval training received as a
Reserve will give experience as a
supervisor and administrator.
The regular Navy commission
is designed for those women who
choose to make the Navy their
career.
The reserve commission, on the
other hand, permits a woman to
serve actively in times of national
emergency and to identify herself
with the Navy in an inactive
status throughout her adult life.
Reserve Ensigns receive a
monthly pay of $222.30 plus sub-
sistence of $47.88. Provision is also
made for dependents.
To qualify for enrollment in the
Reserve Officers Candidate pro-
gram a woman must be a citizen of
the U.S., between the ages of 18
and 26, enrolled as a full-time stu-
dent in an accredited college,
meet the physical standards re-
quired for the program and be a
member of the Naval Reserve.
For further details on the re-
serve program see the women of-
ficers at the League today or see
Lt. John N. Price, NROTC Unit,
North Hall.
WAA, Union Give
List of Members
On SpringProject
Central committee members for
Spring Project, jointly sponsored
by the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion and the Union, have been an-
nounced by the interviewing com-
mittee.
Serving as co-chairmen of the
skits committee will be Esther Mil-
ler and Howard Nemerovski. Miri-
am Buck and Robert Guise will
handle organization of the pro-
duction committee.
Sharing the chairmanship of the
special events committee will be
Elizabeth Maire and Fritz Glov-
er. Marie Wolsheil and Bert Sha-
pero will keep the event in the
limelight as chairmen of the pub-
licity committee.
Nan Rein and Tom Leopold will
head the tickets committee while
Norma Seidon and Charles Scholl
will be in charge of programs.
The position of finance secre-
tary will be held by Harold Marks,
and Sue Trometer will be general
secretary for the central commit-
tee meetings.
Daily publicity will be handled
by Hal Abrams.
All members of the central com-
mittee will meet at 7 p.m. today
in the Union.
Spring Project has been sched-
uled for Saturday, March 28 and
will be featured by a skit night in
Hill Auditorium.
Houses will plan skits and pe-
tition the central committee for
a spot on the program. Chosen
houses would then work up their
skits for presentation with the
best skit being awarded top hon-
ors.

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