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RY 7, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Army Offers
Training Plan
For Women
Feb., June Graduates
May Make Application
For Position In WACs
Opportunities unlimited are
open for unmarried women who
apply for a commission in the Wo-
men's Army Corps of the Regular
Army.
Coeds who possess or expect to
earn a degree by June are eligible
to apply for a commission in the
WACs.
TO QUALIFY for enrollment in
the Women's Corps a woman must
be between 21 and 27 years of
age, a citizen of the United States
unmarried, have noadependents
under 18 years of age, ' of good
moral character, and physically
fit.
The candidate for WAC train-
ing must not belong or never
have been a member of a sub-
versive organization.
Applicants will be carefully
screened by the Army and those
who are favorably considered will
be invited, at no expense to the
Government, to Fifth Army Head-
quarters, Chicago, Ill. for personal
interviews and physical examina-
tions.
* * *
FINAL SELECTION will be
made by Department of the Army
no later than July 15, 1953.
Selected applicants will be ap-
pointed Second Lieutenants,
Women's Army Corps and ord-
ered to Active Duty for the pur-
pose of completing officers'
basic course at Fort Lee, Va. and
will subsequently receive as-
signments.
Travel, a 30-day paid vacation
yearly, free dental and medical
care, a retirement plan and a
$10,000 life insurance, without
charge, are among the ,benefits
offered those selected for the of-
ficers' training program.
A base pay of $2,667.60 plus a
quarters allowance of $810.80 and
a subsistence allowance of $574.56
will make up a total of $4,052.96
drawn annually by commissioned
women.
An allowance of $250 is also
paid to the officers for uniforms.
These allowances are exempted
from Federal and State Income
Tax.
Applications and further infor-
mation may be obtained through
the Bureau of Appointments,3528
4 Administration Building or by
writing the Commanding General,
Fifth Army, 1660 E. Hyde Park
Blvd., Chicago 15, Ill., ATTN:
ALPAG-RW.

'Music Heaven' Chosen as Them

For

Annual Sophomore Cabaret

MARIANNE SINGLER

MARGARET WILLIAMS

VONNE SHAPROW

Parents Announce Engagements,

MARY WELLINGTON
Weddings

Final preparations are now in
progress for this year's Sopho-
more Cabaret, which will be pre-
sented February 13 and 14 at the
League.
The event, which features danc-
ing, a floorshow and games of
chance, will have "Music Heaven"
as its theme, and the floorshow,
decorations and booths will carry
out this idea.
S* *
THE FLOORSHOW, entitled
"The Lost Chord in Music Heav-
en," will deal with the plight of
Pizzicato, a delinquent sixteenth-
note.
In the League Ballroom, which
will depict Music Heaven, Paul
Root's orchestra will play
smooth dance music. A vibra-
harp, which adds a mellow qual-
ity to musical tones, is featured
in Root's group.
The Ann Arbor Alleycats will
play jazz numbers, Charlestons
and polkas for dancing in the
Michigan Room. This room will
represent the song, "Blue Cham-
pagne," and waitresses will be on
hand to serve refreshments of gin-
ger ale and potato chips.
* * *
CARRYING OUT the musical
theme the waitresses will don blue

aprons and caps with musical'
I note decorations to serve patrons.
Music to suit all tastes will be
featured at the cabaret as Root
and his orchestra will present
slow danceable music while the
Alleycats will cater to the jazz
fans in the Michigan Room.
There will also be dancing in
the lobby on the second floor.
Reluctant to reveal the plot of
the skit, General Chairman, Jill
Coleman revealed the plight of
Pizzicato as a sweet note who
yearns to be a disreputable jazz
note against his parents' wishes.
JAZZ LAND is on the other side
of the tracks in Music Heaven.
While Pizzicato is having
his troubles the Queen of
Music Heaven becomes spell-
bound when she hears a buzzing
in her ears.
Under the spell of the buzz she
composes jazz music which is
heard on earth much to the dis-
grace of Music Heaven.
FINALLY IT is discovered that
the Lost Chord is the cause of
the buzzing noise.
Thus the notes are able to
find a place for Jazz Land in
Music Heaven and Pizzicato no
longer finds opposition to his
desires to be a jazz note.

The musical life of Pizzicato
will be portrayed twice a night
during the Soph Cab stand.
CARRYING OUT the theme
further, booths will be constructed
to include Musical Chairs, Test
Your Perfect Pitch and Here's
Where You Ring In. A caricaturist
and photographer: will also be on
hand.
Soph Cabaret is a stag as well
as a date affair. There will be
hostesses on hand from the
sophomore class to entertain the
dateless men.
Proceeds from the sophomore
production will go todecorate the
Music Room in the League. It is
the first organization to donate
to this room. Members of the Cen-
tral Committee will pick out the
furniture that the women will buy
for the room.
Admission to the event will be
90 cents per person and tickets
will go on sale the week of regis-
tration.
Board of Reps
The League Board of Rep-
resentatives will meet at 4 p.m.
today in the League. All mem-
bers are requested to attend.

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Singler-Huff
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Singler
of St. Clair Shores announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Marianne, to Reginald G. Huff,
son of the late Dr. and Mrs. R. G.
Huff of Dearborn.
Miss Singler is a graduate stu-
dent and is affiliated with Chi
Omega Sorority.
Mr. Huff is a graduate of the
University of Michigan and is a

ents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene V. Wel-
lington of Los Angeles.
Miss Wellington attended the
University for two years and is
now in school in California.
Mr. Blanchard is a senior in the
literary college and is affiliated
with Sigma Gamma Epsilon Pro-
fessional and Honorary Geologi-
cal Fraternity.
The couple are planning a sum-
mer wedding.

Alpha Gamma Delta and is a sen-
ior in the literary college.
Mr. Streicher is a member of
Sigma Nu and is in the School of
Engineering.
A summer wedding is being
planned.

University, is presently doing
graduate work at the University
of Minnesota and is affiliated with
Delta Sigma Phi fraternity.
A June wedding is being plan-
ned.

member of Phi Sigma Kappa Fra-
ternity. Lageman-BUsIe
A February wedding is planned. The engagement of Norma Lage-
* *-e man to Henry Buslepp, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Buslepp of
Grosse Pointe, has been announced
The engagement of Margaret by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
Ann Williams to Joseph Borden liam Lageman of Royal Oak.
Newman, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Lageman is a senior in the
Joseph B. Newman of Dearborn, School of Education.
was announced by her father, Mr. Mr. Buslepp will be a June grad-
Gwilym J. Williams of Detroit. uate of the School of Pharmacy
Miss Williams is a senior in the and is affiliated with Phi Sigma
literary college and is affiliated Kappa fraternity.
with Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. The wedding is being planned
Mr. Newman is a graduate stu- for August.
dent in engineering.
Shop row-Schwa rtz Rourke-Eatonj
At the Delta Gamma House, the
At a dinner party in Flint the engagement of Carolyn Rourke to
engagement of 'Vonne Shaprow to Crosby John Eaton, son of Dr. and
Bud Schwartz, son of Mrs. Wm. Mrs. Crosby Eaton of Detroit was
Schwartz, Youngstown, Ohio, was announced by her mother, Mrs.
announced by her parents, Mr. Grattan Lauder Rourke of Hugh-
and Mrs. J. C. Shaprow of Flint. ton.
Miss Shaprow is a sophomore in Miss Rourke is a senior in the
the literary college. School of Education and a mem-
Mr. Schwartz is affiliated with ber of Delta Gamma sorority.
Beta Gamma Sigma and Phi Kap- Mr. Eaton is affiliated with Phi
pa Phi and is a freshman in law Rho Sigma and is enrolled in the
school. School of Medicine.
Wedding plans are being made An August wedding is being,
for next summer.-lanned

* * *
Kay-Olson
Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Kay of
Owasso announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Con-
stance Blair, to Charles E. Olson,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
E. Olson of Minneapolis.
Miss Kay is a member of Al-
pha Gamma Delta and a senior in
literary college.
Mr. Olson, a graduate of the

* * *
Salzmann-Vichules
Mr. and Mrs. Hans M. Salzmann
of New York City, announce the
marriage of their daughter, Eva.
to Mr. L. Douglas Vichules, on
December 31.
Mrs. Vichules is a senior in the
literary college.
Mr. Vichules is doing graduate
work in political science.
The couple are making their
home in Ann Arbor.

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Welling ton- Blanchard
The engagement of Mary Gene
Wellington to Frank Nelson Blan-
chard, son of Mrs. Frieda. Blan-
chard and the Flate Professor
Frank N. Blanchard of the De-
partment of Zoology, Ann Arbor,
has been announced by her par-

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Paavo-Steicher
At a family dinner Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Paavo of Detroit announc-
ed the engagement of their daugh-I
ter, Mildred, to James Streicher,
son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Streicher of Monroe.
Miss Paavo is affiliated with

Michigan Bell has classes starting as early as Janu-
ary 5 and 12 for many interesting positions. Start
your New Year right by calling 9984 or visiting our
Employment Office at 323 E. Washington St. for
more information.
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BRIDGE NIGHT-The weekly
Union Bridge Night will be held
from 7:30 to 10 p.m. tonight at
the Union.
BADMINTON CLUB-Members
of the Badminton Club will not
meet for practice for the remain-
der of the semester. The reor-
ganizational date of the club will
be announced in The Daily.
* *
JGP CAST-There will be an
important meeting for the entire
Junior Girls' Play cast at 7 p.m.
tomorrow in the League. All mem-
bers of the cast are requested to
attend.
* *
JGP CENTRAL COMMITTEE-
There will be a ieeting of--the
Junior Girls' Play central com-
mitee at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the
League. The room will be posted
on the bulletin board in the lobby.
PLEDGE TRAINERS - There
will be a meeting of all pledge
trainers at 5 p.m. tomorrow in
the League. The regular Panhel
meetings have been suspended for'
the rest of the semester.
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