'. , 1943
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Will ,IBe Set UP
Now under Consideration Ar
Plans To Provide Clubhouse
For Alf Servicemen, Woren
"Plans to establish a USO center
near the campus are now under con-
sideration," Col. Frederick C. Rogers
Commandant of the Army Forces at
the University, announced yesterday
The, University USO and the Ann
Arbor USO will probably be combined
in a centrally located clubhouse with
a permanent staff to direct its a-
tivities. The new center will provide
reereational facilities for all of the
men and women in the servics of
our armed forces.
The clubhouse would be furnished
by the USO and would contain writ-
iig rooms, hobby and various club
rooms as well as a snack bar. Facili-
ties for dancing would also be in-
cluded. The work would be done by
volunteers as in all USO activities.
On the committee of Ann Arbor
citizens interestec in the project are:
John D. Finlayson, Rabbi Cohen,
Rev. Warren Peek, Rev. H. O. Yoder,
Asias Zwerdling and Miss Ethel Mc-
University coeds will probably be
admitted to the ranks of the USO
hostesses upon the recommendation
of the Dean of Women's office.
The Surgical Dressing, Unit will
not be open this week and will re-
main closed for ten weeks, Jean
Whittemore announced yesterday.
Soph Pro et WAC Helps Army Engineers
in working on the Sophomore Project
Hospital Volunteer Serviee there will
be an orientation meeting at 7:30
p m. Tuesday in the second. floor an-
phitlaeatre - of the hospital, Mavis
t Kennedy, chairman of the. project
, announced recently. .
"With so nany coeds having light-
enedx programs from now on, we hope
that most of them wil sign up for at x
least two. or four hours: of volunteer RPB MA 6
work a week," Miss Kennedy added,. This WAC Third Officer isresponiIble forheinuspection and dis.
Many of the high school ward tribution of all fuel used at the First WAC Training Center, and for
helpers are-leaving on their vacations the maintenance and upkeep of the equipment used in handling the
at this time in addition to the ranks coal, such as the bulldozer pictured above. She is on duty with the
being depleted b. the close of the Army Corns of Engineers, as Assistant to the Post Engineer at Fort
summer session, so workers are need- Des Moines, Iowa.
ed more thafn ever now, she- stated. es_--,___...
"it-is up to those' of us who have the
time to do what we can." Coed Ground Crew
Miss Katherine S. Walsh, super- CoG eResM noenC
' EGives Many Hours
visor of v6nteers, recentiy an-
nounced her resignation. Miss Lela "So far, 1.30 members of the Uni-
Beardslee, a graduate of'the Univer- H alls ponsor versity Women's Ground Crew have
sity.and former supervisor of hospital contributed 964 hours of work during
clerical dt nplOees,has een appoint- the summer session," Marion Baskett,
edD t suceed MiSs Walsh. 3rC S '44, Personnel Administrator, an-
Miss Walsh. has accepted a pa- nounced yesterday.
sition in Wesley Memorial Hospital in A new policy of holding "stamp Und
Chicago. She will be director of the dinners" once a month has been Paty, '45, the project will be contin
volunteer service; "Working with the started at Stockwell and Mosher-Jor- ued throughout the second eight
University women through the Soph- dan halls as well as at some of the weeks. "From now on any girl who
omore project has been Wonderful," sororities, Marcia Sharpe, 45A, chair- wants to work must average six hours
Miss Walsh said. "Their enthusiasm man of the JGP bond and stamp a week over each monthly period,"
Tuesday, Mary June Hastreiter, '44, sales, announced yesterday. Miss :Baskette stated.
able." Each coed who purchases a stamp}
I As usual the coeds will be required
receives a tag to wear to dinner. Pi to wear blue jeans and a shirt. No
Beta Phi has held the dinners every I skirts or shorts will be acceptable.
week and has accumulated a total of The coeds will receive 60acents an
about $100, Miss Sharpe stated. hour for their labors and will be paid
To promote additional sales a fig- every two weeks..
ure of Hitler (which has since disap-
peared) was set up in Stockwell and
K AYS K . one of Tojo was placed in Mosher.
With each stamp purchase the coeds
were given a piece of sticky paper to
H O SIERY paste on the figures and "help blot
out the enemy."
"Sometime next week a thermom-
Ladies' fine gauge fancy mercer- eter will be set up on the diagonal on
which the total sales will be record-
ized cotton hoisery. Jacquard ed," Miss Sharpe said. She also re-
pattern in the smart new shade 'quested that whoever borrowed Hit-
ler "please return him."
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ing, for leg-smartness every- 1Unive rsi tv USO)To rat
Editors To Be
Boxbara DeFries-Ensign Will
Scott Ceremony To Be~Held
In First Methodist Church,
Two former Daily editors, Miss
Barbara Ann De, Fries and Ensign
Will Scott will be married at 2 p.m.
today in the First Methodist Church.
Miss DeFries, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William E. De Fries of Ann Ar-
bor, was a member of Wyvern, Mor-
torboard and the League Council.
She is affiliated with Delta Delta
Delta and was Women's' E'ditor of
The Daily last year.
Ensign Scott, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Sapp of Novelty, Ohio, re-
ceived his commission Friday as an
officer in the Naval Reserve. While
on campus Ensign Scott was City
Editor of The Daily and a member of
Michiguama, Sphinx and Mimes. He
is affiliated with Beta Theta Pi.
A sorority sister of the bride, Miss
Joan Clement, will be the maid of
honor, and Miss Gloria Rettick and
Mrs. Peter A. Cummins will be the
Ensign Morton Mintz, former Daily
Editorial Director, will be the, best
man, while Ensign Homer D: Swan-
der and the bride's brother Fritz De
Fries will be the ushers.
The Rev. Frederick Cowin, retired
minister of the Memorial Christian
Church, will read the ceremony.
Following the wedding, a reception
will be held at the Michigan League,
after which the couple will leave for
a wedding trip in the East. Ensign
Scott will be on active duty with the
Atlantic Fleet for a short, time after
which he will attend school at York-
The Bomber Scholarship Acquaint-
ance Bureau will again be open from
1:30 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. tomorrow and
Tuesday, Mary June Hastreiter, '44,
chairman of the project, said yester-
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"We would like all of the coeds,
graduate students, servicemen and
officers on campus to register," Miss
Hastreiter stated. "It's a grand way
to get acquainted and put anaend to
those lonely Friday and Saturday
So that none of the applicants will
have to spend an evening with some-
one he or she does not care for, the
bureau follows the policy of arrang-
ing coke dates first. The coke dates
are arranged on thebasis of certain
"vital statistics" and the interests
stated by the registrants.
Among the facts the applicants are
required to register are their name,
age, height and religious preference;
they may also state the type of date
they prefer. To this is added a pers-
onal evaluation by the registrar and
the students' interests.
The bureau will be open every
Monday and Tuesday afternoon for
the remainder of the summer term,
Mliiss Hastreiter said.
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Continue Dances for
Remainder of Term
The University USO will continue
to hold dances to start at 7:30 p.m.
every Friday and Saturday for the
remainde: of the summer term.
Nancy Upson, president-elect of Mor-
tarboard society for the second eight
weeks, announced yesterday.
All non-commissioned men will be
welcome and official permission forr
naval officers to attend has been
granted, Miss Upson stated. Coeds
remaining on campus for the rest ofr
the summer are urged to sign up for
the USO Volunteers in the under-'
gradate office of the League.
The dances which are under the
direction of Mortarboard will be can-
celled only if there is some other big
To Stay for Term
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra will
play for dancing from 9 p.m. to mid-'
night every Friday and Saturday in j
the League ballroom throughout the
remainder of the summer, Miss Ethel
McCormick, social director of the
League, announced yesterday.
Servicemen, students, and coeds
will be welcome at the affair which is
to be strictly informal. "As long as
the dances continue to be supported,
Sawyer stated, "servicemen will be
given a 30 cent reduction in admis-
Ot cours ati you girls want to Know what's being worn on
campus and just where to go to buy. Here are some helpful
hints we're sure you will appreciate.
A must on your college wardrobe
Step into our hosiery department and watch
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Babushkas in matching or contrast-
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