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THE MICHIGAN- DAILY

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University

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Offer

National Defense Courses

Assembly Board Provides Opportunities,j
Plans Activities For Independent Women

Courses

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College Coeds

Women'
Acts A s

Lloyd,
s Dean,
Adviser

League Has Eight Committees

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President Newman Js Aided'
By Campus Representatives
in Planning Social Functions

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classes having the highest scholastic
record for the previous year. Dormi-
tories ahd League houses with the
most notable academic averages are
also honored.

or War Work
Classes In First Aid, Home'
Nursing, Typewriting, Braille,'
Child CnrWAi II B ()f f~r,

Assembly, the organization for all
independent women on the campus
of the University of Michigan, makes
itself useful to its members by offer-
ing -a wide variety of opportunities
for participation in activities by its
members.
This year's entering freshmen and
transfers will officially "meet" As-
sembly when their orientation groups
tour the League. At this time repre-
Ā§ptatives of both Assembly and
Panhellenic will distribute booklets
describing the functions of their re-
spective associations. The two 6r-
ianizations will also hold a get-at-
quainted tea dance in the League
ballroom for orientation group mern-
hers: and their advisors.
Assembly Board, executive body of
the group, consists of 18 members,

Senior Society, honorary organiza-
tion for unaffiliated women, has ta-E
ken over the Independent Fortnight: University of Michigan women will
and the annual Come Across Dance have ample opportunity to "do their
this year, both of which occur during bit" for America's defense next fall.
the first semester, Continuing the already well-estab-
Assembly Ball, held during the sec-
nd semester. is a formal affair sAf

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fording a big-dress-up occasion in

BETTY NEWMAN

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WELCOME
STUDENTS!
Now ,that you are with us, way
we make your stay a pleasant
one by caring. for your every
need. We. please the demure or ^y
most glamorous. A hairdo to
fit every mood or occasion. Op-
atrgors carefully trained withU
years of experience.
. RuTI DOLF, Manager
Phone 9616
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including the Assembly officers, rep-
resentatives of the Ann Arbor Inde-
pendents, Beta Kappa Rho and the
League Houses, and the president of
each of the eight University women's
dormitories.
The League Houses, the University
approved residences for women, are
divided into geographical zones of
40 women each. Ann Arbor Indepen-
dents is composed of all women not
living in dormitories, League houses
or sororities. Those unaffiliated wo-
men students who come from out of
town but who work and live in Ann
Arbor make up the Beta Kappa Rho
group.
Executive officers of the entire As-
sembly group are Betty Newman,
president; Dorothy Schloss, vice-
president; Mary Moore, secretary;
and Roberta Holland, treasurer.
Social Activities Planned
Social functions planned by the
group for this year will be Assembly
Banquet and Ball. At the banquet,
held during the first semester for all
independent women on campus,
awards are given representatives of
the sophomore, junior and senior
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the grand manner for all indepen-
dent women and their dates.
Women Enjoy
manry Facilities
At Ou.,!n Center
(Continued froam Pge 1)
this feature women act as teachers
and dance partners.
At the opposite end of the second
floor and seating 700, the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre is the scene of
the Cinema Arts program featuring
outstanding foreign and domestic
movies, as well as of class projects
and the repertoire of Play Produc-
tion.
The second floor holds besides this
the beautifully decorated and spac-
ous wood-panelled Ethel Fountain
Hussey Room, the Grand Rapids
Room and the Kalamazoo Room, be-
sides a game room equipped for ping
pong.
Panhellenic and Assembly inter-
views take place in these rooms. Lun-
cheonis and dinners are held here.
When space is not available else-
where, work on decorations and pos-
ters is centered in these room. An-
other activity which meets here is
the Tuesday duplicate bridge session.
The Mary B. Henderson Room on the
third floor serves the same purposes.
7-11 Club Is Open
Another of the advantages offeredj
students is the 7-11 Club. which is
open every Friday and Saturday
night. At no cost, students may gath-
er, on the second floor of the bil-
ding, for bridge or dancing to thet
music of a nickelodeon. Shortly after
the start of the winter session, the
Club will be open for an afternoon, to
honor the freshmen. New students
are extended a special invitation to'
enjoy these privileges. Students may
come with or without partners, for'
there will be an opportunity to meet'
other members of the class.
Although the space above the sec-
ond floor is utlized mainly as living
quarters for residents and visitors,
there have been two suites, numbers
one and two, reserved on the third
floor for work on costume design,
scenery and other projects for such
activities as the children's theatre,
Soph Cabaret, J. G. P., -Frosh Project
and Panhellenic and Assembly Balls.
Setting aside these rooms especially
for such work removes the necessity
of storing materials away each day to
make room for other activities.
Stocked with 2,400 of the latest
popular-type books and magazines,
the library for women on the third
floor is a much-used facility of the
League. In this panelled room, deep,
easy chairs abound, and women have
in the past found it a restful place.
to gather for secluded study and
reading. All of the books are avail-
able for rental purposes. The main
portion is lent out at nocharge for
two week periods, while a number of
the latest acquisitions are set aside
for rental at three cents daily. The
library is open daily from 12:30 to
9:30 p. .
The "Cave" on the fourth floor is
headquarters for the tutorial system
inaugurated and administered by the

Miss Ethel McCormick, Social Direc-
tor of the League, announced that';
classes in first aid, home nursing,
typewriting, motor mechanics, nutri-
tion, child care, Braille, and nursing
aid will again be offered this fall. -
First Aid Offered
There are three types of first aid
classes: standard, advanced, and in-
structor. The principal aim of the
standard first aid course is to pro-
vide instruction for immediate intel-
ligent care of the injured in case of DEAN LLOYD
an emergency. The ten class meet- * *
ings of two hours each include lec- Coordinating women's out-of-class
tures, demonstration, and practice. life, the office of the Dean of Women
The home nursing course offers in- in Barbour Gymnasium is open to
formation concerning home and advise students at any time, and stu-
community hygiene as well as pra-c- dnsaeugdt osl hsofc
tical instruction in personal and fam- dnsaeugdt osl hsofc
ily health, the care of infants and on any subject.
small children, and the care of the At the head of women's affairs, in
sick under home conditions, the capacity of dean of women, is
Typists Needed Miss Alice C. Lloyd. She is assisted
Because a lack of stenographers is by Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher and Miss
one of the primary poblems of the Jeannette Perry in the Gymnasium
oefne foprrttyproblemcsste office and by Miss Ethel A. McCor-
deense effort, typewriting classes mick, social director of women, whose
are also l among the defense office is in the League.
courses for women. Class meetings of Among the divisions of wich Mrs.
1 2 hours each, are held twice a week Bacher is in charge are student em-
ployment and housing other than
Motor mechanics is one of the dormitories. She also serves in the
more technical and unusual courses position of adviser to foreign women
offered under the defense program. students and to Beta Kappa Rho, or-
Class work includes instruction in ganization of women students with
the general mechanics of a car, regular employment.
changing a tire without lifting, tak- While graduates, as well as under-
ing a carburetor apart, and learning graduates, are welcome to seek con-
how to drive a truck. Students in the sultation from the Office of the Dean
class are given working demonstra- of Women, their activities are mainly
tions on the mechanics of, an auto- under the supervision of Miss Marian
mobile as well as instruction in eer-H. Bader, house director in the Hor-
gency repairs. Brakes, shock absorb- ace H. Rackham School of Graduate
I ers, brake pedal, clutch pedal, en- Studies.
gine, fuel pump, and generator are ___-ies.
some of the automobile parts studied
by class members. Satisfactory com-
pletion of this course and of the Red
Cross First-Aid Course are required I
for, membership in the Motor Corps.
Will Assist Nutrition ProgramH
Classes in nutrition present facts
on food needs and food values aid
offer information on the newer prin-
ciples of food preparation. The prin-
cipal aims of this course are the
training of lay volunteers to assist
in the national nutrition program
through community activities, and in
family and group feeding under
emergency conditions. 4 g 1 Z
The course in child care is an es-
sential part of defense and the need
for centers to care for children be-
comes more acute as more mothers
are engaged in defense work. These ,
classes* include a study of child de- l -

which will be filed in one of two mittees.)
files, Panhellenic or Assembly, and Candy-Booth: The League spo
which include a record of all the sors the various candy booths set t
activities, publications, honor socie- on campus and the committee men
ties, athleties and others. bers sell the candy.
An important part of the work of All students wishing to take pa
this committee is in seeing that in League activities must get the
chairmen of every activity fill out-eligibility cards in Dean Bursley
charmn ofever tivOffice, Room 2, University Hall, ar
personnel blanks for every woman bring them to the Social Director
who has worked with them. (Judici- Office in the Michigan League whe:
ary Committee refers to these re- they will be signed by the chairma
ports when considering women for of the Merit System Committee.
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velopment, nursery school methods,
parent education, nutrition and
health education.
To Teach Braille
Another unusual course offered as
a part of the defense program for
women is Braille. This course aids in
preparing students to transcribe, du-
plicate, bind books in Braille, read to
the blind, and to teach them the
Braille system.
The Nurse's Aide course offers an
opportunity to upper-class women in
the University by using them as as-
sistants in nursing responsibilities in
the hospital.
No credit is offered for any of
these courses. Registration will be
held in the Social Director's Office,
Michigan League.
League. Here more than 100 students
annually receive concentrated aid in
the subjects in which they have en-
countered difficulties from other
students who have excelled in these
same courses. This system also gives
the women who have done well in
their studies a chance to earn extra
spending money.
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