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SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1943

THIE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Dr. L. Vincent,
. CPsychologist,
To Be Speaker
Attendance of Undergraduates
To Be Required; Dean Lloyd
Urges Grad Students To Come
Dr. Lee Vincent of the Merrill
Palmer School, Detroit, will speak at
a mass meeting of all women on cam-
pus to be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the Rackham Building.
Attendance is required of all un-
dergraduate women and graduate
students are urged to come if they
are interested. Dean Alice Lloyd has
requested that all coeds attend the
lecture as there will be many impor-
tant announcements made and the
meeting will be of real importance to
the women on campus.
"Dr. Vincent is psychologist at the
Merrill Palmer School and has an
unusual understanding of women
and their particular problems at this
time," Dean Lloyd said yesterday. At
the close of the lecture students will
be permitted to ask Dr. Vincent ques-
tions.
The meeting will also provide an
opportunity to inform all of the wom-
en on campus of the various fields of
volunteer work that are open.
This is the first time a mass meet-
ing for all coeds has ever been held
during a summer session. This meet-
ing is necessitated by the large num-
ber of women that have returned
for the eight and sixteen week
periods.

Dressing

Unit

Story

Of WAFS

To Hit

Screen

Up Tuesday

To Adopt New
Headdresses
"New headdresses are being fea-
tured at the surgical dressing unit"
Jean Whittemore, chairman of the
unit, announced yesterday.
The headdresses were recently
changed by the Red Cross and are
now made of organdy in all white in-
stead of the former blue and white.
The hair is almost entirely covered
by the new headdresses which are
nevertheless very attractive, Miss
Whittemore said.
The new type are much cooler for
summer weather, easy to keep clean
and neat and are less expensive than
the former type, costing only 25
cents. They are made by Nancy Pot-
tinger, equipment chairman and re-
ceiver of the unit, and are now on
sale to instructors.
The dressing unit will be open from
1 p.m. to 5 p.m: every Wednesday
and Thursday and every woman on
campus is requested to give at least
two hours of her time every week.
Graduate students are especially
asked to attend.
There is no required uniform al-
though the women are requested to
wear white blouses or all white dress-
es. Ordinary cotton dresses are ac-
ceptable, however. No sweaters are
permitted.
Any student who has worked at
the unit at least six hours*is eligible
to become an instructor upon the
recommendation of the Red Cross
supervisor. During the first two
weeks, the unit will attempt to pass
enough instructors to carry on for
the remainder of the summer, Miss
Whittemore stated.

Coed Ground-Cr
Coeds interested in joining the
"Michigan Land Army" of ground
crew workers may sign up Tuesday in
the undergraduate offices of the
League, or at the sub-station in back
of Waterman Gymnasium where the
work assignments'are made.
Workers are required to work two
consecutive hours and 'il be paid
sixty cents an hour"for their labor.
Pay checks will bc issued' on the first
and fifteenth of every month.
The hours during which the stu..-
dents may work.re fr'm 1 p.m. to
6 p.m. on ;weelkdays, [rom. 8 a.m. to
noon or from1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sat

ew

Workers To

Sign

urdays, or from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on
Sundays.
Marion Baskette, '44, chairman of
the project, said that no exceptions
could be made to the rule requiring
the women to wear blue jeans and
shirts while working. Anyone appear-
ing in' slacks, shorts or a skirt will
not be allowed to work.
The project was started last year
to aid the manpower stortage on
campus and proved so successful that
it was incorporated into the regular
Michigan Building and Grounds
crew. The coeds are npw given credit

by the League Personnel Administra-
tion for their work.
Miss Baskette stated that the ser-
vices of many workers are urgently
and immediately needed to do mow-
ing, raking, weeding and other sim-
ilar jobs. "Working on the ground
crew will give women who are inter-
ested an opportunity to maintain the
appearance of the campus, and to
obtain healthful outdoor exercise."
WASHINGTON, July 3.- (P)-
Senators received notice tonight that
they will enjoy no holiday Monday-
a delayed-fuse Independence Day
for millions of others.

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and Bridge Sets
of fine linen or spun rayon. Ideal
for your own table or for gifts for
the bride-to-be.

PLAN WADS FILM-'t--Mrs. Nancy Love, head of the Women's
Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron confers with a Hollywood executive
about a forthcoming WAFAS film.
LETTERS TO EDITOR-
Lt. Bethell Praises Ann Arbor
WAC Recruiting Efforts
BECAUSE of a cancellation in orders I regret that I must discontinue my
stay in Ann Arbor before the scheduled closing date of our WAC recruit-
ing drive. I wish to express my deep appreciation to the League, the Office
of Civilian Defense, the University, the press and in general to all Ann Arbor
residents for their splendid cooperation with us.
YOU SHOULD BE AS PROUD as I am, that your city and mine
now leads by a 50Cc margin all other Michigan cities in both the
number of applicants and the number of acceptances in the corps.
Because the WAC is playing a most active p~art toward ultimate
victory, your enthusiastn' and interest in the corps is merely one
other indication of your willingness and imnortance in the total
war effort.'
I REGRET that I, personally, can no longer be available to give information
to all who are interested. However, information may be obtained on
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at the Armory and on all other days at
the Federal Building in Detroit. I wish to extend hy sincere hope that all
who have joined and vwill join our ranks from Ann Arbor will find the hap-
piness and satisfaction that the WAC has given me.

SUMMER STORE HOURS:
Monday 12:00 to 8:30 P.M.
Tuesday through Friday 9:00 to 5:30
Saturday 9:00 to 12:00

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h300 Soldiers, Coeds
Pronounce League
Dance Successful
Over 300 soldiers and coeds attend-
ed the dance which was given for the
soldiers in the League Friday, and
Miss McCormick, League social di-
rector, said the affair "was quite a
success."'
The guests danced to the tunes of
a "juke box" in the Grand Rapids
room and played bridge and bingo in
the Kalamazoo room. Before the eve-
ning drew to a close, the attendance
had grown so large that the commit-
t.ee ope:ned the Ethel Fountain Hus-
Ssr for dancing also. The music was
provided by Mrs. Ruth Vtan Natter:
In-addition to the scheduled en-
I erainmnt-many of the soldiers
provided impromptu entertainment
of their own. Similar dances will be
held in the future although plans are
as yet indefinite.
Army Nurses Set
New Speed Record
WASHINGTON.(/P)-The weaker
::ex? Listen to Major Nola Forrest,
training director of Army nurses in
desert maneuvers under simulated
battle conditions:
A nurse established a speed record
for crawling over a barbed wire
course under wire.
Nurses were so proficient at gas
mask drill some were assigned to
teach the men.
Astonished generals and abashed
:soldiers on desert maneuvers discov-
ered that the Army nurses outdid the
rank and file in combat training,
Major Forest, asserted at a press
conference shared with Maj. Edna
Mahar, director of nurses in the
south Pacific theatre who told how
they kept right on taking it overseas.
Nurses under Maj.Forrest are. the
first to undergo the five-months des-
ert training, including one month of
the "infiltration course" devised to
simulate the. hazards and hardships
of acutal warfare.
.Crawling under machinegun fire
leveled at 36 inches above the ground
and scrambling through barbed wire
and. over obstacles takes a hardy

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Freedom and liberty are- more than just phrases . . .
they are the doctrines that created a nation . .. the
prayer that men have forever carried in their hearts
the dream for which men have fought and died.
Again today, men are struggling in far-away places

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fice, by saving . . that we may help them to bring
the day of Victory sooner.

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