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PAGE SIX

THE. M ICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JANUARY 26, 1941

Helen
Independent.
Annual Danc

Culley

To

Be Chairman

Of

Assembly

Ball

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For Warmth
Try Fur Jacket
With Fitted Coat.

Tuesday To Be 'Don't Be A Wack, Be A Wit Man';
Ont7Ae Ites
Opening Date That's What Michigan Coeds Say

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To Be March 7
Central Committee For Affair
To Be Held In League Ballroom
Is Chosen By Assembly Board
Helen Culley, '41, has been chosen
as general chairman of this year's
Assembly Ball, to be held March 7
in the League Ballroom, Patricia
Walpole, '41, president of Assembly,
announced yesterday.
Other independents who hold cen-,
tral committee positions, selected by
a representative group of interview-
ers from the Assembly Board, are
headed by Elizabeth Luckham, '42,
The Assembly Ball central com-
mittee will hold its first meeting
at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the League.
from Martha Cook, who will assist
Miss Culley as general chairman.
-Miss Culley lives at Helen Newberry.
Co-chairmen of decorations are
Kay Negus, '43, of Stockwell Hall
and Evelyn Kuivinen, '42A, from
Adelia Cheever House. The tickets
committee will be headed by June
deCordova, '41, of Martha Cook, and
Betty Newman, '43, from Jordan
Hall. Assisting them on this com-
mittee is Dorothy Davidson, '44.
At the head of the patrons and
programs committee is Barbara Al-
corn, '43, of Betsy Barbour. Cleo
Covert, '41, of Martha Cook, will be
her assistant. Marjorie Greene, '43,
from Mosher Hall, has been chosen
finance chairman for the dance.
Will Co-Head Publicity
Doris Cuthbert, '42, and Peggy
Polumbaum, '42, of Helen Newberry,
will co-captain the publicity com-
mittee. Membership on the various
committees is open to all who peti-
tioned, but the real committee work
will not start until next, semester.
The newly chosen general chair-
man has been active in outside ac-
tivities on campus; some of the po-
sitions she has held include Assem-
bly Banquet ticket chairman, '38,
and Assembly Ball in the same year.
She is this year's president of Helen
Newberry dormitory and is on the
social committee of the League.
Miss Luckham has worked on
Freshman ' Project, the Assembly
Tea, the Assembly informal, was an
orientation advisor and has been a
member of the Assembly Board. Miss
Negus has worked on Freshman
Project, Sophomore Cabaret, and is
at present a member of the Assem-
bly Board.
Worked On 'Ensian
The 'Ensian and JGP of '41 were
the activities toward which Miss Kui-
vinen concentrated her. extra ener-
gy. Miss Alcorn worked as chair-
man of dance for the Freshman Proj-
ect, and on the Theatre Arts, social
and tutorial committees of the
League.
Co-head of tickets, Miss deCordova
has participated in Varsity debate,
JG-P, and worked on the Assembly
informal. Miss Newman is a mem-
ber of the candy booth committee
and worked on Assembly Banquet.
Freshman Project, candy booth and
the Spanish Club have been the ma-
jor interests ofMiss Greene.
Publicity committee co-head Miss

For Petitioning!
Scholarship Awards For Juniori
Women To Be Based On NeedI

tbir rzc T h"t P"ec

Edcitor's Note: Thisi is the first of
a :Tries of articles designed to en-
lighten the campus on subjects here-
tclore confined to bull sessions. Our
nen article will present the male
vie\point on the same subject.

masculine, aggressive, a good drink-
er (only four mentioned this , de-
vilish, athletic. a good mixer, and he
must have original ideas about, whereI

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Average, And Outside Activities By FRANCES ROGERSI
Talk! Talk! Talk ! Apparently'
Petitioning for junior women in- that's the best way tokget a woman-
terested in the three $100 Ethel Mc- or a Michigan woman at least. From
Cormick scholarships offered each a survey made of 150 of the coeds
year by the League will begin Tues- here, "a good conversationalist" is the
day and continue through Friday in most important qualification for a
the Undergraduate Office of the "good date."
League. A talker, yes, but he's got to make
Qualifications for petitionees in- sense too. The majority of thegirls
elude, in addition to junior standing, rated intelligence and sense of humor
participation in extra-curricular ac-- as the next most necessary attributes.
tivities, and a 2.7 scholastic average. As one young gal so neatly put it,

Two letters of recommendation con-
cerning the applicarit's life and char-
acter will also be requested, and
questions asked on the application
blank about any previous honors or,
awards received, and how the indi-
vidual's years in school have been
financed.
The Judiciary Council will inter-
view those who have petitioned by
appointment during the first part
of the second semester. The award,
winners will be announced at theI
Installation Banquet in the spring.
The McCormick scholarship fund
is supported by the student activities
of the League. Each class project
contributes a large percentage of its
earning to this fund which awards
the three scholarships annually.
Seven Teams Win
Basketball Contests

"A wit but not a wack!"I
Courtesy was demanded by a large
per cent of the ladies. "Chivalrous,"
however, was an adjective used only
once. Maya Gruhzit said, "Someone
who doesn't always have to be funny
-who can be chivalrous at one time
and facetious at another."
Prefer Good Dancers
The Fred Astaires come in for their
share of the laurels too. Most of the
lassies indicated that they wanted a
good dancer, though most of them
seem to feel about this somewhat the
same as did one girl who said. "I pre-
fer a good dancer, but if he's not, we
can always go to a show."
As for appearances, 15 of those

trouble dreaming up new theme songs
to go.
Don't. isince their original identifiers are
Taking the neati raharegistered with ASCAP. Lest this
Takmny the eae dpproach, a difficulty spread to the campus The
good many of the females declared Mie akes this opportunity to sug-
themselves violently against men with ,est a few theme songs for our own
lines. Others said they disliked to lime-lighters. as follows:
date jitterbugs, joe colleges, lawyers, Don Wirtehafter: "I've got trouble,
engineers. smart-alecks, and men Double trouble."
who are too romantic, who have bi D u t
Margot Thorn: "Can't get Indiana
ears or thick lips, and who don't off my mind."
keep their mouths shut! jGus Sharemet: "The Broken Rec-'
A few of the responses were: ord."
"I want someone who'll love me." To1nm Harmon: "Keepin' out of mis-
"I want someone who's trusting chief now."
-who'll believe it even when you lie Jeff Solomon: "Baby face, you've
to him." got the cutest little baby face."
"Natural, but not corny." University of Michigan: "Time on
"The Jimmy Stewart type." my hands. you on my mind."j
"Gimme a playboy!" "Stardust": "See what the boys in
"I like to be teased." the back room will have."
One young miss, we think, best Thag: "Trees."
summed up the entire situation as{
ouoms:d He must have the physique Faculty Cub T-M
of Apollo, the naive charm of L'il Ab-
ner, combined with the sophistica- The Monday Evening Drama See-
tion of Charles Boyer-just an all- tion of the Faculty Women's Club will
round college boy, just any college meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the
boy-MichiganUnion.___

questioned stated that their date must
be tall. Three mentioned specifically
that they preferred medium height.
Few girls cared whether a man is
handsome, though most of them said
that they liked a "good general ap- JI N O R
pearance." Quite a few specified
neatness, and 11 cited a "good dress- A 1N D R I G ID
er" as a must. Five said "well-built."{

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REST to

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With the basketball semi-finals
< in view, seven more intramural teams
were spurred on to victory, and one
° tilt proved to be a hard-fought tie.
Alpha Delta Pi took over Couzens
* Hall I 15-7 as Palmer House was de-
If the coldest weather of this winter feated by Mosher I, 19-6 Monday.
has made you decide that a fur jacket Stockwell Hall won over Kappa Al-
pha Teta, 21-0, as Couzens II whipped'
or theZeta Tau Alpha 13-0 Tuesday.
that you had wanted for dates, but
you don't want to buy a winter coat Wednesday's only game gave Mosh-
so late in the season, then try this er II a 24-22 win over GammaPhi
idea. Beta II. Alpha Gamma Delta beat
Like the mannequin above, go ahead PiBeta Thi 11-8 Thursday, as Col-
and buy a spring coat, but make it a legiate Sororosis took the lead over
very plain and fitted one. Couzens Hall IIL19-14.
Helen Newbery and Delta DeltaI

Blonds And Brunettes O.K. i
There was not much differentation
made between blonds and brunettes.
Only about 15 of the answers seemed
to contain any prejudice one way or
the other, and these were pretty even-
ly divided up between the two types.
No one said anything about red-heads.
Consideration seems to be another
important qualification for a man,
and after this comes sincerity. Other
qualities mentioned were poise, cheer-
fulness, nonchalance, sweetness, am-
bition, vivacity, shyness, and awk-
wardncss. Other various opinions
were that a date must be crazy, hap-
py-go-lucky. clean-cut, little boyish,

HICKORY proves again that fabrics need not be heavy to be
heavenly. See for yourself what skillful styling and two-way
pull can accomplish for lean body lines.

WAA Sports Schedule
Basketball: At 5:10 Monday:
Stockwell II vs. Sorosis. At 4:30
Tuesday: Mosher I vs. Alpha Delta
Pi. At 5:10 Tuesday: Newberry vs.
Delta Delta Delta; Couzens II vs.
Martha Cook. At 5:10 Wednesday:
Winner of Couzens. II vs. Martha
Cook game vs. Alpha Gamma Del-
ta. At 5:10 Thursday: Finals of A
Tournament: winner of Newberry
vs. Delta Delta Delta game vs.
Mosher Ii.
Cuthbert is a junior night editor
on The Daily and is a publicity
chairman for Theatre Arts. She has
worked on Freshman Project, Soph-
omore Cabaret and Assembly Ban-
quet. Miss Polumbaum has partici'
pated in Freshman Project, Sopho-
more Cabaret, Theatre Arts, the 'En-
sian -and Gargoyle. She also has
been an orientation advisor, worked
on the League merit committee and
Assembly Banquet.

Delta tied 11-11.

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modulates your midriff. The
welt top stays put and the self-
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A favorite of junior and average
figures. Small, medium, and
large

The jungle has gone
' formal, in a new eve-
ning gown from Ja-
cobsons, The black
and white tropical-
p:int skirt and sleek
black silk jersey top are accent-
ed by a wide and bright red
dummerbund at the waist.
Another new arrival combines
a red lace skirt with a white
silk jersey top. Or if prints
sound appealingly springlike.
you'll find giant purple pansies
splashed daringly on a white
ground. Made for spectacular
J-Hop success, all three of
these!
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For hands on pa-
rade! Calkins-
Fletcher has Peg-
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polish remover, and Satinbase,
all in an attractive new con-
tainer. The stand in which
the bottles fit is of red plastic
with a little trough for emory
boards and manicuring gad-
gets, and the shining cover
comes in blue, silver, or gold.
Choice of Whimsy, Skyhigh,2
Dusty Rose, Spring Fever, Cloy-
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A $1.50 value for $1.00.
Designed for the col-
lege-girl type espec-
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found only at the
Collins shop. This '
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finest workmanship, and their
frocks give perennial service, 4
season after season. One of the
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dainty white lace-edged col-
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a long torso line with a self- /
material peplum frill. Still
another, in print, goes gay in/
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from 9 to 17.
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A distinctive coif-
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weekend. Let Vogue
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will find a grand selection of
both types here - the new l
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with tiny black velvet bolero
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you a South-American beauty
at the Hop. Then a "little"
dress with black silk jersey top
and little collar, a red or green
print full skirt, and red or
green cummerbund for brave
accent will assure your success
afterwards. Date dresses begin
at $7.95.
Pastelshold the
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Beautiful jewelry, white gloves,
formal slips, hosiery . . Just
everything to add those "finish-
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Priced around $1.95
FORMAL BLOUSES and;

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EVERYTHING about this com-
fortable-but-slimming founda-
tion makes for lovelier lines:
the hip-trimming leno Lastex
side sections, the front and
back satin Lastex control
panels, the net-lined lace bra
with the famous PermaLift in-
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Sizes: 32-

You'll want the smartest
possible costume jewelry
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