100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

July 18, 1943 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1943-07-18

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

StUN AT,. JULY. 198-19

TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

WAA, League Representatives
To Establish University USO
Plans for the University USO were
formulated at a recent meeting of the indoor attractions, while bad-
S minton and shuffleboard sets, cro-
the WAA and League representatives, mint and sebard sets, cro-
Iwas announced yesterday by Mon.- quet mallets, baseballs and bats, and
it waeann,'44,npeidyetrdfythyoun-volley balls will be rented for a small
na Heath, '44, president of the coun- fewihwlbeudtouymr
dl, fee which will be' used to buy more
cdl.
All women who are requested to new equipment.
sign up in the undergraduate. office Girls Must Register
of the League before Thursday. They "Girls will have to sign up before
should leave their name and the they can come to any of these activi-
hours that they would be free to en- ties," Miss Heath stated, "but they
tertain the servicemen. will not have to come to all of them
The U80- will sponsor dances every if they register." The women will be
Friday and Saturday night for serv- divided into groups which will take
icemen. The dances will begin at
7:30 p.m. and will be held in the turns.
Grand Rapids room of the League. In addition the University USO
Hostesses will be on hand to enter- will help provide hostesses for the
tain the,. guests, and there will be Rec-Rallies, the JGP Carnival, and
bridge, checkers and other informal other activities which come up dur-
games as well as dancing for those the year.
who are interested. ing
To Sponsor Open House H1illel To Hold Outing
On Sunday USO hostesses will
greet students and service men at A group of sixty-five servicemen,
the open houses to be held from 3 townspeople, and students from the
p.m. to 5 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation will
9 p.m, at the Women's Athletic hold an all day outing at the Saline
Building. Cooperative Farms, Saline, today.
These open houses are informal. The outing is being sponsored
and will provide an opportunity for jointly by the Foundation and the
the lone boy to get acquainted. Chess, Army & Navy Committee of the local
backgammon and cards are among Jewish Welfare Board.

Frees A Marine To Fight

Acquaintance
Bureau Draws

Riding Club Will Meet Today
All women who are interested in
horseback riding are invited to at-'Cl and Crop and Saddle organiza-
tend a meeting of the University Wo- tion have combined to form a single
group for the summer. The member-
men's Riding Club at 5 p.m. Monday ship requirements are the ability to
in the W.A.B. lounge, Patricia Mc- 1 "walk, trot, and canter."
Ginnis, '44, club president, an- Miss McGinnis stated that plans
nounced yesterday. will be formulated for the rest of the
The University Women's Riding summer at the first meeting.

88

Applicants

Graduates, Officers Are Asked
To Register Also, Says Mary
June Hastreiter, Chairman
Opening its doors for the first time
this sumier, the Bomber Scholarship
Acquaintance Bureau registered 88
students, coeds and servicemen and

I..

< 0' {
W

I',

oto

Sergeant Geraldine R. Slusser of Canton, O., relieves Staff Sergeant
Thomas Hartman of Hegins, Pa., of his washing, greasing and driving
tasks at Philadelphia. Female Marines are "freeing Marines to fight"
by taking over a wide variety of non-combatant duties.

I

FIBER,
CELLOPHANE and
CORK MATS
Just:right for summer.
Ideal for your own table
or for gifts.

Last Hospital JIP Carnital
Orierrtation TO To Boost Sale

i

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
GAGE LINEN SHOP

10 NIC XELS ARCADE

Always Reasonably Priced

IHEANEW
FALL CLASSIC

For early fall se-
lection, Medium
plaids and checks
with pleated shirts
and all are 100%

Wool. Sizes

10 to

'""
..
ij ,
1(;0 ,
{
y
t,
\
..
'.. i
r
f
n
f
t Y
..{::

De . omorrow
All women who wish to do volun-
teer work at the University Hospital
this summer must attend the orien-
tation meeting to be held at 7:30 p.m.
tomorrow in the Hospital amphithea-
tre if they have not already attended
one, Mavis Kennedy, '46, said yester-
day.
This will be the last orientation of
the semester and at least 50 more
volunteers are needed. Miss Ken-
nedy, chairman of. Sophomore Pro-
ject, stated that they preferred work-
ers who will be in school for sixteen
weeks, but that those here for the
eight week session can be used also.
Miss Karen Dahlberg, Head Nurse
of the Hospital, and Miss Katheryn
Walsh, director of the- University
Hospital Volunteer Service will ad-
dress the meeting. They will give
the coeds information about the hos-
pital and volunteer service and in-
struct them in their duties.
"Because of the fine work the wo-
men did last term, they are now being
given positions in the clinics," Miss
Kennedy said.
At a recent orientation meeting
Miss Walsh said, "The volunteer ser-
vice has been a- boon both to the
patients and the volunteer workers.
Many of the little things that a busy
hospital staff is unable to perform,!
but that mean so much, can only be
done by volunteers. On the other
hand the volunteers benefit by get-
ting to know all sorts of people, and
getting to -like them and know how
to get along with tlem."
W.A.B. Outing Club
To Bicycle to Delhi
At 2:30 p.m. Today
Servicemen, students,, and co:ds
who are going on the bicycle trip
sponsored by the W.A.B. outing club
are requested to be at the W.A.3.,
at 2:30 p.m. today.
Barbara Fairman, '46A. chairman
of the group, stated they would par-
ticularly like the servicemen to come.
The outing club will bicycle to Delhi
Falls where they will go swimming.
Those who do not own bicycles can
rent them at various places in town.
This is the first activity which has
been planned by the outing club.
Plans for future hikes, swimming
trips, bicycle trips, and picnics will
be made at the meeting Sunday.

fWar Stamps,
A carnival to be held July 31 on
Palmer Field will be the highlight of
the Junior Girls' Project summer
campaign and will feature games,
entertainment and dancing.
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra have
promised to' be on hand for the dan-
cing which will be held either out-
doors or. in the Women's Athletic
Building, Jean Paty, '44, chairman
of the carnival committee said re-
cently.
The carnival is being sponsored by
JGP in conjunction with the WAA
and is designed to promote the sale
of war stamps and bonds. The ad-
mission fee will be the purchase of
a stamp, and stamps will also be sold
as tickets for admission to the
booths.
The booths will be sponsored by
local m erc han t s and University
League houses. Sometime during the
evening a bond will be raffled. Tick-
ets for the raffle may. be purchased
in advance at the JGP stamp booth'
on the Diagonal.
Students who are interested in
working on the carnival committee
should register in the Undergraduate
Office in the League or call Miss
SPat y.
Newcomers To Be
Hondred at Meeting
Of Michigan Dames
Newcomers and the new advisors
will be the guests of honor at the first
general meeting of the summer sem-
ester of the Michigan Dames to be
held at 8:15 . p.m. Tuesday at the
League, it was announced yesterday
by Lin Brunson, publicity chairman.
Any married woman enrolled in
the University, either graduate or
undergraduate, is invited to attend
the meetings, Mrs. Brunson stated.
The guest speaker will' be Mrs. John
L. Brumm who will show slides of
local and out-of-state gardens.
In charge of the meeting are Mrs.
John N. Fulton, general chairman,
with Mrs. James Nunn and Mrs. G.W.
Maxwell assisting. Mrs. H. G. Voel-
ker is in charge of the refreshments
which will be served in the Russian
room.
The advisors for the Michigan
Dames are Mrs. Roy W. Cowden,
Mrs. C'ai'les H1. Griffits, Mrs.. Harry
A. Towsley, Mrs. Charles A. Sink,
Mrs. Edward . W. Blakeman, Mrs.
Kenneth A. Easlick, Miss Ethel Mc-
Cornick and Dr. Margaret Bell.

contributed $22 to the Bomber Fund
this last week, said Mary June Has-
treiter, '44, chairman of the project.
"We 'hope even more students will
take advantage of the opportunity to
sign up this week," she stated. The
bureau will be open from 1:30 p.m.
to 5:45 p:m. tomorrow and Tuesday.
Women are requested to register in
the early afternoon if possible, while
the men are asked to register after
3:30 p.m.
Graduate students and officers are
invited to sign up also, Miss Has-
treiter said. "We have already had
a couple of requests for Ensigns."
The concensus of opinion among
the men seems to be that they want
a date who is "beautiful-but not
dumb." They also show a slight pref-
erence for blonds. The coeds stated
quite definitely that they liked their
men "tall, dark and handsome."
Applicants are asked to fill out
blanks stating their name, height,
coloring, age, religious preference,
and major interests. These together
with a personal impression con-
tributed by the registrar are used in
arranging the ideal date.
A twenty-five cent registration fee
is charged and the money is con-
tributed to the Bomber Scholarship
Fund which was established to pro-
vide scholarships for students re-
turning to finish school after the
war.
The Bureau has already arranged
several coke dates and Miss Has-
treiter expressed the hope that the
applicants would report the success
of their date to the Bureau. "If the
date was not successful, we will send
each of the applicants another date."
"Applicants who would like another
date, even if the first one was suc-
cessful, can let us know and we will
be glad to oblige," she said.
Miss Hastreiter also stated that if
an organization on campus was plan-
ning any social functions, the Bureau
would gladly help them secure dates.
No work will be done on the
Outdoor Buildings and Grounds
Crew today, Marion Baskette, '44,
chairman of the project said yes-
terday.
Tomorrow the work will be re-
sumed, she stated. The crew is
now working to clean up the old
hospital buildings which are being
prepared for use by wounded ser-
vicemen returning from the war.
"We will also continue on our
project of 'working on the rail-
road'," she added.

from 16.95.

c

At right, a jersey daytimer

at 16.95.

to 25.00.

i

One - piece model, above, is
sheer crepe short dinner dress
with grosgrain ribbon bows,

' ._. i _..__. _._._.._.._.. ._ .._. __. - _ - .._

~. uN.,a

One- and two-piece dresses of
sleek jersey, crepes, shantung,
and faille. Priced from 16.95

18.
$25
Others 17.95 to
39.95

Sale of

O. P. A. Odd Lot Release

TI STAMP N !

5e11* Sbirmeer
3 Smart Girls Char
in Rayon!
You're patriotically
positive of longer
wearing stockings-
when we chart your
legs on our Belle-
Sharmeer Leg Size
Chart. Because we fit
you perfectly in the
Belle-Sharmeer Stock-
ings leg-sized for your
type. All leg sizes .. .
proportioned i bot
width and length.- ..
here exclusively.
Rayon Mesh
$1.32
Belle-Sharmeer
Stockings.
Brev......for small legs
Modite ..... for middling:

rt Your Course
43 1
'6,'.
r, .

_v i
_ ,
__

All house presidents are to turn
in their weekly sign-out sheets to
Ann MacMillan, '44, chairman of
Judiciary Council before Tuesday.

t
t
?
4

SPORTS, STREET anid
AFTERNOON STYLES. .3 PAIR

__ _,-
h. -

A 'SENT IMETAL' OCCASIONP
Buy her
JE ELRY

THIS RELEASE ORDER gives you the opportunity to get thai
extra pair of shoes without giving up your precious ration stamp4
It permits us to put on sale our odd lots and broken size ranges of
high quality footwear at our customary generous price reductions
for odd lot shoes. In this sale are white with blue or brown, beigd
with brown, and alligator styles, for sports, street and afternoont
wear ... also black, brown, tan, red and green leathers, and suede
dressy pumps. One style of Joyce shoes is in the lot.
Remember, these are odd .lot and broken size range shoes .
early selection assures you the choice of the fullest assortment of
styles and sizes. Ceiling prices of these shoes are 5.50, 5.95 and 6.75
... now the sale price is only 3.98 a pair.

Bracelets,

Brouch c-,

klI. dauce~cs

M~an~y Stfyle arni ricces

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan