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TWlR MICHIGAN DAILY

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ADC To Consider Constitutional
Change To Decrease Membership

Freshmen,
Seniors May
D,,.. & N K1,I.

CASUAL TO FORMAL:
Student Models To Present
Styles for J-Hop Weekend

By KATHLEEN MOORE
Recommendations for revising
the constitution of Assembly Dor-
mitory Council, which include cut-
tin gthe membership to a "work-
able" group of 22 to 23 women,
were presented at the Council's
meeting Monday by Joan Comi-
ano, '61, second vice-president of
Assembly Association.
A three-fourths majority of vot-
ing members of Council is needed
to pass the recommendations, Miss
Comiano emphasized.
Among the revisions, to be vot-
ed on at Council meeting Monday,
is one which would provide for
the establishment, probably next
semester, of a Council with one
electer representative other than
the house president from each wo-
men's independent housing uniti
on campus.
Now Proportional
Representation is presently de-
termined on a proportional basis,
with each house dontainint over
80 residents sending another
Council member for each addi-
tional 80 women.
The revision further states that
the elected representative to As-
Two Groups
To Sponsor
Hoffee Hour
A joint Christmas coffee hour
to be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. to-
day inhthe University Club wing of
the Union is being sponsored by
the Faculty Women's Club and
the University Club.
Mrs. Lee Case has arranged a
program of Christmas music in
which a quartet from the Men's
Glee Club will participate. The
quartet will be under the direc-
tion of Prof. Philip A. Duey with
piano accompaniment provided by
Prof. James B. Wallace, both
members of the music school.
The program will conclude with
group singing of Christmas carols.
Greeting the guests will be Prof.
Karl Litzenberg, University Club
president, and Mrs. Litzenberg
and Mrs. Benjamin Wheeler, Fac-
ulty Women's Club president, and
Prof. Wheeler.'
Parents Announce
Recent Marriage
Dean and Mrs. Burton Thump
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Ann Graham Thuma to
Mr. Varnum Smith Lewis Jr., son
of Mrs. Varnum Smith Lewis of
Old Greenwich, Conn.
Miss Thuma attended Oberlin
College and the University. Mr.
Lewis attended the University.
Saturday, November 29th, was,
the date of their wedding in New
York. Thty plan a late honeymoon
in Puerto Rico, after !vhich they
will live in New York City.{

sembly Dormitory Council is a cluded an addition to make refer-
"voting member of her House endums possible. The referendum rU
Council." Miss Comiano said the would provide for a vote of all in- Petitioning is now open for
study group felt such representa- dependent women on any issue the !positions on Frosh Weekend and
tion was necessary to provide the Council decides is of major co- Senior Night committees, Mary
link between the Council and the cern, and would be "considered Knterviewing and nominatinague's
respective houses now furnished passed if a majority of those VOt-Ite- ewiogcass pojectidgyes-
by house presidents who serve as ing are in favor of it," mittee for class projects, said yes-
Council members. Miss Comiano also presented terday,
A suggestion from the floor in three non-constitutional changes Petitions for both activities are
connection with the first, and as which the committee recommend- available in the Undergraduate
Miss Comiano termed it, the ed. Office of the League. They must
"main" revision, asked for the es- be completed and returned by Jan.
tablishment of a president's coun- , 6, she said.
cil to meet whenever necessary The annual Frosh Weekend will
and to fill the "need for contact H a I , I rncesaybe held on Friday and Saturday,
among the house presidents." May 8'and 9. During the weekend
To Change Quorum O pen H s two competing teams, the Maize
Other revisions, which are sub- O pen H ouse and the Blue, made up of all
freshman women, each present a
ordinate to and a result of the University President Harlan skit and a dance. Petitioning for
first, would ed ch oform nurHatcher and Mrs. Hatcher will positions for the weekend is open
uon or to call a meeting of the hold an open house from 4 to 6 to all freshman women.
council aip.m. today at their home on South Senior Night will be held on
The by-law concerning meeting University. March 18 this year. It is the tradi-
attendance was made more string- The open house will give stu- tional dinner and ceremony honor-
ent with definite regulations for dents, faculty and staff an op- ing those women who will be
sending a substitute, which, if the portunity to meet the president graduating from the University in
by-law is put into effect, would and have a tour of the house, John June. A special performance of the
have to be a member of the coun- Goodrich, '59, Union Executive Junior Girl's Play is given for the
ell of the house she represents to Councilman, said. seniors at that time.
have both speaking . and voting Refreshments will also be
privileges. served, and the Psurfs, a singing
The evaluation committee who group of nine men in Law School, Eu
proposed the changes was also will provide the entertainment, he E rope Irip
concerned about infrequent issues added.
"demanding a proportional vote," This is the third open house ofM
Miss Comiano explained, and in- the year. M eeting Set

-Daily-Robert Kanner
HIGH FASHION - Models prepare for the J-Hop fashion show
to be held this Sunday afternoon in the ballroom of the League.
The show is held each year in conjunction with J-Hop, showing
styles suitable for the events of the weekend.

This year's J-Hop fashion show
will take place at 3 p.m. Sunday
in the League ballroom.
Dressy clothes for the concert
on Friday evening, casuals for the
event of Saturday afternoon, and
formals for the big J-Hop dance
on Saturday night will be mod-
eled. The commentator for the
show is Karin Allan, '60.

League, Union To Sponsor
Hospital Christmas Parties

SGC and the Union are holding
a mass meeting at :30 p.m. today
in Rm. 3-KLM of the Union for
anyone interested in an air-flight
to Europe this summer.
All details will be explained at
the meeting, Richard Sheinberg,

By JANE McCARTHY
The Union and League will be
holding Christmas parties this
weekend and next week, according
to MaYde Westrich, '61, of the
community service committee of
the League.
There will be a party Friday at
Mercywood Hospital. This party
will be mostly for older people,
Miss Westrich said. Brenda Fink
will be getting together a skit
show with numbers from Soph
Show and other musicals.
Saturday afternoon there will
be parties at Ypsilanti State Hos-
pital and the University Hospital.
The main entertainment group,
Miss Westrich said, will go to the
Ypsilanti State Hospital.
Since the parties at University
Hospital will be for younger chil-
dren, small groups will go around
to talk with and entertain them
personally. There was also a party
Monday evening at the Veterans
Hospital.
On Tuesday there will be a par-
ty at the Children's Hospital, a;
psychiatric division of University
Hospital, Miss Westrich said. Here
the entertainment will consist
mainly of a puppet show to be
put on by volunteers from various
sororities around campus.
The entertainment at all the
parties is provided by singers and
Coeds:
IT'S
HAIRSTYLING
GALORE 1r
0 No appointments needed
WELCOME
DASCOLA BARBERS
near Michigan Theatre j

combos from the student body who '62, of the Union, said.!
volunteer to take part in these The flight will be a nominal
Chirstmas parties. This weekend, cost round trip and no one way
entertainment will be provided by tickets will be sold.
the Friars, a singing group made Point of departure will be New
up of students. York's International Airport on
More volunteers can still be June 23, 1959..
used, Miss Westrich said, and any On Sept. 1, 1959 the group will+
students who would be interested return from Amsterdam.
in doing any type of entertain- Contracts for the flight will be
ment at these parties can find out available after the mass meeting
more about it at the Undergrad- and a down payment is required
uate office of the League. with the contract. J
Junior Girls Choose 'Petticoa
As Original Play for Spring F

Detroit Thea
Trip Scheduk4
The Union is sponsorin
tre trip to the Schubert T
Detroit tomorrow.
Anyone wishing to go
tain tickets in the Union
Offices. The play is "We
insula"
Buses will leave the1

tre
1g a thea-
rheatre in
may ob-
n Student
arm Pen-
Union at

The fashion show Is held every
yeas as "publicity for J-Hop,"
Nancy Moore, '60, coordinator for
the show, said yesterday. Lewis
Spellman, '61, is also serving as
a coordinator, and Karen Egly,
'61, is in charge of the models.
Reservations for the J-Hop,
"Out of This World," may be
made from 1 to 5 p.m. today in
the lobby of the Administration
Building. The dance will be held
on Feb. 7 with music to be provid-
ed by the Tommy Dorsey Orches-
tra under the direction of Warren
Covington.
Group Meets
New Initiates

"Petticoat Platoon," an original
play by Susan L. Brace, '60, has
been chosen as the production for
Junior Girls Play.
The only original show on cam-
pus, written, produced and acted
in by women in the junior class,
it will be for senior 'women ast
part of Senior Night March 18,,
and for the general public March
19, 20 and 21 in Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre.
The production is the only play1
produced in the spring and will
be a regular two and a half hour1
presentation.
Cast rehearsals will begin after
Christmas vacation and any junior
girl interested in working on com-
mittees for the presentation mayt
do so by signing up at the League
Undergraduate Offices.
About Military Life
The music for the play about
military life on a WAC base has
been written by Janice M. Rose
and Patricia D. Vick. It will be
directed by Karol R. Buckner and
musical accompaniment will be
supplied by Shireen Hutte and
Marion Fawcett.
The cast, who tried out for

parts Dec. 2, 3, 4 and 5 and were
recalled for final auditions on
Dec. 6 are: Sherby-Beth Kotzer
who will play the general; Nina
G. Slawson in the part of Billy;
Dorothy A. Gartner as Ruby;
Judith Wilson as Pat; Mary M.
Wilcox as Barb; and Jill K. Be-
ment as Sgt. Gertie Grump.
Also cast in featured roles are
Marilyn H. Zorodowski as nurse
Fanny Farkwart; JoAnn J. Krantz
as Mary Ann; Ann Williams as a
talent scout; Estelle C. Ginn as
an officer; and Linda E. Meyerson
as head of the singing WACs.
Chorus Listed
The chorus of singing WACs in-
cludes Mary Lou Anteau, Joan,

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CITY NOTICES
INVITATION TO BID
Sealed bids will be received by
the City Administrator, of the
City of Ann Arbor, Michigan in
the office of the City Clerk, City
Hall until' 2:00 P.M., E.S.T. Tues-
day, December 23, 1958, for ten
(10) automobiles, at Which time
bids will be opened and publicly
read.
Specifications are on file in the
City Purchasing Department.
Bid envelopes shall be marked,
"Bids for Automobiles."
The City of Ann Arbor, Michi-
gan reserves the right to reject
any or all bids and waive any in-
formalities in the interest of the
City,
By Order of
Guy C. Larcom, Jr.
CITY ADMINISTRATOR

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Fred J. Looker
CITY CLERK
Dec. 10, 1958.
CIITY NOTICE
NOTICE OF HEARING
TAKE NOTICE THAT the Council>
of the City of Ann Arbor, Michi-
gan, proposes to acquire and con-
struct the following described
Sanitary Sewer.
Ann Arbor Hills Subdivision and
Outlet.
Take further notice that it is
the intention of the Council of
the City of Ann Arbor to defray
the cost of constructing said sani-
tary sewer by special assessment
against the property and parcels
of land benefited thereby.
The Council has caused the City
Administrator to have prepared
plans and specifications and an
estimate of cost of said sanitary
sewer and the same together with
the City Administrator's recon-
mendations as to what part of the
cost of said sanitary sewer should
be paid by special assessment and
what part of the cost should be
paid by the City at large, the num-
ber of installments in which the
assessments may be paid and the

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6:45 p.m. and women have been Pi Lambda Theta, honor society The Place: 302 S. State Street
asked to take an automatic late for women in education, initiated
permission. seven new members in a ceremony Free Refreshments
held Saturday in the Cooley Bldg. Free Gift Wrapping.
lounge on North Campus. r
t Platoon The recent initiates are Kathryn
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Holwadel, Mrs. Nancy Spohn, Bar- The honor society includes wo-
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ford, Donna Paflin, Judy Schoos group's faculty advisor, explained.
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