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THE MICRIGAN DAILY

Shirley Silver W
Dr. Bell Addresses Delegates
At National Athletic Convention

ill Be Ge
118 Announced S

ieral Chairman Of 194
ivitt's Swing Concert To Be Held
Tomorrow For Music Enthusiasts

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"The present organization of the
American Association for Health,
Physical Education, and Recreation,
gives it every opportunity to pro-
mote and advise on legislative mat-
ters; to publicize and implement ad-
vanced procedures; to assist in the
coordination of our program with
the programs of agencies with relat-
ed interests," Dr. Margaret Bell, presi-
dent of the Association, told members
in the opening address of the 45th
Annual convention, held April 24
through April 27, in Chicago.
Fifty representatives of the Uni-
versity, including members of the
men's and women's Physical Educa-
tion staffs, and senior physical edu-
cation majors, attended the conven-
tion in which thirty-five hundred
leaders participated.
Prof. Elmer D. Mitchele, editor of
the association, played an important
part as speaker and consultant. Prof.
Laurie Campbell, adviser to the Na-
tional Section on Women's Athletics
directed the activities of the work-
shop group on Athletic policies for
women. Miss Dorothy Beise was

chairman of the curriculum study
committee of the pre-conference Mid-
western Association of College Teach-
ers of Physical Education for Wo-
men meeting.
Prof. Mabel Rugen was chairman
of the Teacher's Training Section.
Miss Marie Hartwig, National Secre-
tary of the American Federation of
College Women, arranged the activi-
ties of the five student chairmen who
conducted research on the topic of
"What Youth Wants."
Distinguished guest speakers at the
convention were: Amy Henrichs,
president of the National Education
Association, Mr. Branch Rickey, vice-
president of the St. Louis Cardinals,
Mr. John W. Studebaker, Commis-
sioner of the United States Office
of Education, and Mr. Ben M. Oher-
rington, chief of the Division of Cul-
tural Relations of the Department
of State.
Panel and group discussions cov-
ered the whole field of athletics,
health, and recreation, with dem-
onstrations, exhibitions, and movies
included in the program.

KEN
COTTON
CLASSICS
7.95

On Committee'
For Next Year
Rosebud Scott Will Head
Costumes; Betty Bailie
Is PublicityChairman
(Continued from Page 1)
Cabaret ticket and hostess commit-
tees this year. She is also a member
of the candy booth and social com-
mittees, and property chairman for
Theatre Arts. Miss Fisher is affil-
iated with Alpha Epsilon Pi.
Chairman of the JGP costume
committee, Miss Scott worked o the
Assembly Ball publicity and Frosh
Project costume committees during
her freshman year. This year she
has served on the Assembly tea ban-
quet and patrons committee, was
chairman of the Soph Cabaret Tic-
ket committee. This year she is a
member of the Varsity debate team,
Alpha Lambda Delta, and The Daily
editorial staff.
Costume Chairman
Miss Dodge, assistant chairman of
costumes, was active on the candy
booth and Frosh Project costume
committee her first year on campus.
She worked on the Soph Cabaret and
Theatre Arts costume committee,
and is a member of the ballroom
committee. Miss Dodge is affiliated
with Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Miss Radford, dance chairman for
the 1941 JGP production, was a
member of the Soph Cabaret and
Theatre Arts dance committees, and
is an orientation advisor for the
comning year.
Assistant dance chairman, Miss
Hayden is a member of the social
committee. She is affiliated with
Alpha Phi.
Soph Cabaret Committeemen
A member of the Soph Cabaret
finance committee and representa-
tive on Assembly Board, Miss San-
ford has been appointed finance
chairman. She is a member of Al-
pha Lambda Delta.
Music chairman, . Miss Waters
worked on the Soph Cabaret music
committee, and is a member of
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.
Miss Purdom has served on the
Theatre Arts committee, is a mem-
ber of The Daily editorial staff. She
is affiliated with Collegiate Sorosis.
Assistant committee chairman for
Frosh Project, member of Soph Cab-
aret boothtand exhibits committee,
Miss Keatley has been appointed
book holder. She is affiliated with
Gamma Phi Beta.
Pan-Hellenic Delegate
Delegate to Pan-Hellenic Council
and a member of the Pan-Hel dec-
orations committee, Miss Smith has
been named patrons chairman. She
is amember of Delta Delta sorority.
Betty Bailie, a transfer student
from Albion, is a member of the
League publicity committee. Assist-
ing her, is Phoebe Power, who served
as assistant chairman of Frosh Proj-
ect and a Soph Cabaret hostess.
Orientation Advisor Now
A member of Frosh Project dec-
orations committee, Miss Gardner is
now an orientation advisor. She is
affiliated with Pi Beta Phi.
Scenery chairman, Miss Frey is a
member of Alpha Lambda Delta and
Chi Omega. Miss Brown promoted
Soph Cabaret publicity and is a
Theatre Arts usher.
Chairman of the ushers, Miss
Goudy has been active on the League
social and Soph Cabaret social
committees. She is affiliated with
Delta Delta Delta. Miss Drury, a
transfer from Stephens College, is
a member. of Delta Gamma sorority.

Plans for the Jan Savitt Swing
Concert to be held from 7:30 p.m. to
10 p.m. tomorrow in Yost Field House
have been completed, the central
committee announced yesterday.
A large bandstand has been con-
structed at one end of the Field
House and extra bleachers have been
erected. The bandstand has been
so situated that the music will be
easily heard in every part of the Field
House.
Ticket Sale To Continue
Sale of tickets will continue on
campus until Wednesday afternoon.
After that time tickets may be ob-
tained at the main desks of the
League and the Union, or at the door
of the Field House. All tickets are
priced at 50 cents a person, and there
are no reserved seats.
Held for the second time in the
past three years, the concert is be-
ing given for the benefit of the Wo-
men's Swimming Pool Fund. It is
sponsored jointly by the Women's
Athletic Association and the Men's
Varsity Glee Club.
In order that freshmen women may
remain until the end of the concert,
the Dean of Women's Office has
granted late permission for the eve-
ning. Women will be required to
return to their residences directly
after the concert.
Savitt, who has made the term

"shuffle rhythm" a part of the av-
erage young American's vocabulary,
will feature his Negro song stylist
Bon Bon. The Top Hatters, Savitt's
band, have just completei a nine
month's engagement at the Hotel
Lincoln in New York City. They have
been broadcasting nightly over a
coast-to-coast network and have

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been making Decca recordings regu-
larly.
WAA, Glee Club Make Plans
The central committee in charge
of all arrangements for the concert
is composed of members of the Wo-
men's Athletic Association and the
Glee Club. General co-chairmen are
Yvonne Westrate, '41, and Kenneth
Heininger, '40. Norma Kaphan, '41,
and Ralph Kelly, '41E, are co-chair-
men in chargeofrpublicity. Assist-
ing them are Margaret Whittemore,
'41A, Phelps Hines, '42A, and James
Crowe, '43.
Betty Fariss, '42SM, and James
George, '41, chairmen of the ticket
committee have been assisted by
members of the WAA and the Glee
Club.

TAILORED for action, in easy-
to-care-for styles. The one-
piece dress sketched in color
with white stripes. A "two-
piecer" with plain shirt and
striped skirt. Both have action
backs and smooth flared skirts.

SWING MASTER SAVITT

..of cabbages1
and k ings .. .
"Wake up, Hester, wake up! You've been talking in your sleep. Come
on-.
"Hmmm?" (Yawn, then sleepily) "Oh, Abbie, why did you wake me
up? I was having the most wonderful dream. I had dates Friday, Saturday
and Sunday, with the most marvelous B.M.O.C., and we went everywhere.
Oh, I wish I could have kept on dreaming. You know I never get a chance
like that when I'm awake.
"Let's see. First we went to Frosh Project. Gee, but it was fun, and
they had the cleverest skits, Abbie. And oh, there were just loads of people.
My date pointed them out to me. We saw Mary DeMong and Jack Monroe,
and Pat Sexton with Ed Frutig. Then there were Pat Miller, who was es-
corted by Bob Gribble, and Joy Wright with Walt Chance' We also saw
Shirley Altfield with Bob Krause, and Martha Preston with Willis Kuebler.
And Kit Upson was dancing along with Rollins Low and Marge Ashley
with John Brown.
Military Ball Was Grand
"We went to Military Ball after that. You see, my date was such an
important man, that we just had to make the rounds of all the places.
I met lots more people there. I was introduced to Charlotte Noble who
was with Jake Beers, and Jeanne Noyes who was with Bruce Beyer, and
Betty Brooks who was with Tom Jensen. And I met Nancy Gray and Bill
Huff, Donna Miles and Herm Nordstrom. Gwenn Dunn and Bill Davis.
Fran Kahrs and Herb Grossvendt, and Audrey Sorenson with Danny Shaw,
Bobbie Fairbairn with Gunn Ramstrum. All seemed to be enjoying them-
selves almost as much as I was!
Saturday Was A Busy Day . .
"We went on a hayride, too - the Alpha Gam party. We were with
Ginger Outland and George Eddy, Joanne Woodward and Denis Chase,
Betty Hoag and Logan Hovis. We didn't get a chance to talk to Jean
Luxan and Bill McKay, or Fran Martin and Bill Wallace, but they were
all there, too. And, oh yes, we did spend some time with Ardis Watson and
Jim Mason, Marion Wright and Bert Katzenmeyer, and Lee Henderson
who was with Tom Carr. There was a dance at the Kappa Nu house, too.
Bob Golden was there with Cyril Schnit, Ben Hertz with Ruth Pollack.
"Oh, Abbie, I'm so sorry it's over. I'm going back to sleep right now,
to try to dream about next weekend!"

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