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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FlY!

Volunteer Coed fRid
Needed by Projects
Hospital, Surgical Dressings, Proxy Parents
H indered Badly by Lack of Women Workers

EDITORIAL: Tickets for
Layton's Band Odonto on Sale
Lacks Support Tickets for Odonto Ball may be
purchased at the office of the School
Daningundr te tar wil hveof Dentistry, Samuel Krohn, '44D,
Dancing under the stars will have airman ofthe event, announced.
to wait until student support helps Bill Layton and his orchestra will
the orchestra meet epenses, so until make their last local appearance of
then Bill Layton and the band have theisummer term at the dance,
give upthe rojct.which will be held from 9 to mid-
given up the project. night Friday in the League Ballroom.
Be it the warm weather or dislike The dance is open only to dental

League Library
Extends Hours
New hours for the League Library
will be from 12:30 until 10:30 p.m.
Monday through Thursday, it was
announced today by Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick, social director of the
League.
The Koessler Library on the third
floor of the League is open .to all
University women. It provides a large
collection of books ranging from the
classics to the latest best-sellers. The
library is filled with tables for those
who wish to study in the customary
manner, and comfortable armchairs
for those who wish to relax.

Three of the projects of the Wo-
men's \War Council are urgently in
need of coed help, and women are
urged to register for hospital vol-
unteer work, the proxy parent serv-
ice, and to attend the Surgical Dress-
i ng Unit more frequently.
The hospital project has registered
less than one-third of its quota of
seventy volunteer workers, and the
proxy parent service cannot get un-
der way until more women register.
Attendande at the Surgical Dress-
ing Unit was more satisfactory last
week than previously this summer,
according to Billie Jones, head of the
Unit, but more women are needed
to fill the dressings quota.
The Unit is open from 1 to 5 p. m.
Wednesday and Thursday, and un-
dergraduate and graduate women
are urged to attend as frequently as,
possible.
Hospital Work To Begin
Hospital orientation will' begin
next week, and coeds interested in
the work are asked to sign up with
the League Social Director Monday
or Tuesday. Hospital volunteers do
unskilled, but never-the-less neces-
sary, jobs at University Hospital.
The coeds read to child patients,
carry trays, work at the Galens
stand, and do other work which may
seem insignificant to the reader but
is, according to Barbara LaSha, head
of the project, of great importance
to the comfort of the patients and
the convenience of the hospital staff.
Coeds who are interested in taking
care of children are asked to sign up
in the League Undergraduate Office
for the proxy parent service. There
National President Is
Guest of Sorority
Zeta Phi Eta, honorary speech so-
ciety, recently entertained their na-
tional president, Miss Mildred Street-
er, of Yonkers, N. Y., at luncheon
here.
New officers of the local chapter
of the society are: Betty Godwin,
president; Jean Loree, vice-presi-
dent; Lucille Genuit, recording sec-
retary; Florence Underwood, corres-
ponding secretary; and Margery
Crumpacker,' treasurer.

is a sheet of instructions on the bulle-
tin board.
Projects Still Need Aid
Under the proxy parent organiza-
tion, coeds receive calls to care for
children in the afternoons and eve-
nings. Parents must call the League
Social Director before 3:30 p. m. of
the day on which they want the
service, and the requests will be for-
warded to women signed up with the
organization.
All War Council projects are still
in need of support, and women who
will give several hours each weekI
may obtain further information any
afternoon in the Undergraduate and
Social Director's ofices in the League.
V(edding s
CN and
engagfements
Norfolk, Virginia was the scene of
the recent marriage of Annette Palm-
quist, daughter of Mrs. Carl E. Palm-
quist of Ann Arbor, to Lt. Leon C.
Brundage USNR, son of Dr. and Mrs.
P. F. Brundage of Ypsilanti.
The bride was in the '45 Class at
the University. Lt. Brundage is a
graduate of the University Dental
College.
* * *
Dr. and Mrs. Elmore D. Tichenor
announced the engagement of their
daughter Margaret to Russell G.
Heyl Jr., son of Russell G. Heyl of
Tyrone, Pennsylvania, and the late
Mrs.- Heyl.I
Miss Tichenor attended the Uni-
versity, is. a member of Kappa Gam-
ma Sorority. Mr. Heyl also attended
the University and is affiliated with
Beta Theta Pi fraternity.
Sign for Blood Bank
Tomorrow is the last' day of reg-
istration for the forthcoming blood
bank, Pam Watts, '45 announced.
Women may register in the Office
of the Social Director at the League.
The women's quota is 75 and as yet
it is only half-filled.

of dancing, students have not taken
advantage of the outdoor dances to
an extent that will make them worth-
while, and the band has accepted an-
other engagement for the remainder
of summer weekends.
The loss of the orchestra leaves
University students without a per-
manent dance band, ard with the
exception of a few vague plans, there
are no dances in the offing for the
summer term. This is the first seme-
ster in two years Layton's orchestra,
formerly directed by Bill Sawyer, has
not played for weekend dances at the
University.
The orchestra will return to play
twice a week in the Union Ballroom
during the fall term.
By Peg Weiss
The USO will hold a picnic Sat-
urday at Saline Valley Farm for
servicemen and junior hostesses,
Hostesses are asked to pack a box
lunch for two, and girls who live
in dorms may use the USO kitchen.-
Busses will leave Ann Arbor at
3:30 p. m. and return at 10:30
p. m. There will be a transporta-
tion charge of 75 cents per person.

students, members of the faculty of
the School of Dentistry, and persons
who will enter the school in the
coming fall term.
Odonto Ball is the traditional den-
tal school ball and this year inaugur-
ates a new custom of permitting en-
tering dental students to attend.

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THE DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH PRESENTS
THE MICHIGAN REPERTORY PLAYERS
in
"JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM"
Recent Broadway Success by Maxwell Anderson
AUGUST 2, 3, 4, 5-8:30 P.M.

WAVE SPECIALIST-The letter "P" on the rating badge of this WAVE
shows that she's a specialist in photography. In this instance, the
young woman is air brushing a picture of the Navy's Art and Animation
Division. She's actively helping her country, doing interesting work,
earning a good income and gaining experience which will be valuable
in peacetime. Thousands of women who have had two years' high
school or business school education are needed for important jobs in
the Navy, where they'll release men for fighting duty, WAVE head-
quarters reports.

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Prices 1.02-.78-.54
including tax

Box Office open daily
e*cept Sunday-phone 6300

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To Interview
at League

Interested Worn
WAVE Lt. (j.g.) Helen Stewart wills
be here Wednesday, Thursday, and
Friday in the League lobby to inter-'
view women interested in the service.'
A new policy was recently announc-'
ed by WAVE headquarters whereby'
candidates for officer-training are
accepted with their requested field
of occupation in mind. Therefore,
when a candidate successfully passes
her indoctrination she will be as-
signed to the billet which she re-
quested upon application.
Special Training Given
Women between the ages of 20 and
49 inclusive who meet- certain physi-
cal and educational requirements are
eligible to become candidates for of-
ficers' training. A college degree or
two years of college and two years
of business or professional training
are pecessary.
All officer candidates are given
two months' general indoctrination
at Smith College in Northampton,
Mass. Training for specific billets
may follow.

Special fields for officers are ac-
counting, administrative assistant,
aerology, cartography, chemistry,
communications, cryptanalysis, edu-
cational services, institutional man-
agement, law, library science, mathe-
matics, office- management, person-
nel, physics.
Opportunities Varied
Also purchasing, radar administra-
tive, statistics, supply corps., welfare
and recreation, writing and editing,
bacteriology, helminthology, parasit-
ology, Serology, dental hygiene, medi-
cal research, occupational therapy,
physical therapy, and physiology.
Certain of the fields take priorities,
in particular those which require
business training.
Lt. Stewart will also, interview
women interested in enlisting in the
WAVEs. The physical requirements
for enlisted women are very much
the same as those for officers, and
many occupational fields are also
6pen to them.

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