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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Junior Women
To Hold JGP
Mass Meeting.
Committee Heads To Explain
Work Of Their Various Groups
Wednesday In League Ballroom
There will be a mass meeting of
all junior women interested in work-
ing on committees for the 1942 Junior
Girls' Play at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday
in the ballroom of the League, Mary
Lou Ewing, '43, general chairman,'
announced.
Many committees have already. be-
gun functioning. although the play
will not go into production ,until
March, and the winning script has
not as yet been decided upon. All
scripts must be turned in to Miss
McCormick's office in the League be-
fore Nov. 1 and the play chosen by
the committe to be produced will be
annonced Nov. 15.
Any junior woman, eligible for ac-
tivities, is urged to attend this meet-
ing, Miss Ewing said, as at that time
the chairmen of the various commit-
tees will be introduced and will ex-
plain the work of their particular
group.
Members of the central committee
for the 1942 JGP are: Mary Ellen
Alt, ushers, Margaret Brown, patrons,
Lorraine Dalzen and Jean Ranahan,
co-chairmen of dance, Nancy Fil-
strup, properties, Catherine Jones,
costumes.
Janet Lewin, publicity, Barbara
McLaughlin, recorder, Eleanor Rake-
straw, finance, Frances Ramsdell,
scenery, Marjorie Storkan, bookhold-
er, Charlotte Thompson, programs,
and Barbara de Fries, music.
Registration To End
Monday For Course
in Defense Training
Plans for the Defense Training
course, a project which will equip
the coed to take part in defense work,
are being completed and classes will
begin shortly. It is imperative that
all those who are interested register'
for the course in Miss McCormick's
office by Monday, Oct. 20.
The course offers a- three-point
program consisting of courses in nu-
trition, home nursing, and Red Cross
work. A Red Cross certificate will
be awarded after the cmpletion of
a minimum of 20 ,hours work and
credit will be given for the nutrition
course, which is not offered until
second semetser,
"Whether for defense purposes or
not." Dean Alice Lloyd, chairman of
the University women's defense com-
mittee, declared, "this is an excellent
course forany woman to have." ┬░
PACI To Sponsor
Freshman Mixer-
The League bllroom will be the
scene of a PACI tea dance from 3:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. today for freshman
men and women. The dance will be
sponsored by Panhellenic, Assembly,
Congress and Interfraternity Coun-
cil, who have engaged the services of
Herb Miller and his band for the
occasion.'
Freshman orientation groups 11.
20, 36-52, and 69-82 will be welcome
today on presentation of identlfica-
tion cards. Freshman men will be
required to pay an admission fee of
twenty-five cents and advisors will
be admitted free with their advisors'
ribbons.

Face Winter In Fur

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Riding Group.
To Form New
Auxiliary Club
Crop And Saddle Club Chooses
New Members; Plans To Train
Others For Tryouts In Future
An auxiliary women's riding club
will be organized which will consist
>f those girls who were not quite
?xperienced enough to be admitted to
Crop and Saddle Club, announces
M{ary Hayden, '42, president of that
group.
The fourteen tryouts who were ac-
?epted recently to Crop and Saddle,
however, are Nancy Avery, '43, Vir-
7inia Brooks, '44, Miriam Chapin, '45,
Pauly Drake, '43, Jean Gilmer, '43,
Sybil Graham, '45, Mary Lee Gross-
man, '45, Irene Hollingsworth, '44,
Patty McGregor, '45, Carol Miller,
'45, Jean Mills, '44, Betty Sachs, '43,
June Sawyer, '43, and Elizabeth
Summers, '45.
Another group of fourteen girls
who came in close behind the ac-
cepted tryouts will form the auxiliary
riding club under a new name which
they will choose themselves. The
purpose of the new club is to correct
small defects and continue training.
In six weeks Crop and Saddle will
choose through tryouts more girls
from this better trained group of
auxiliary members for membership in
the superior club. Then the auxiliary
group will hold tryouts for new .girls
in order to fill its vacancies.
Chosen to form the auxiliary club
to Crop and Saddle for the six weeks
of training are: Estefania Aldaba,
Grad, Mary Lou Aidrews, '45, Dor-
een Armstrong, '45, Jacqueline Bear,
'45, Nancy Bierworth, '44, Nancy Hat-
tersley, '44, Marion Hrebek, '45, Betty
Sue Lamb, '44, Jean Machlem, '43,
Naomi Miller, '45, Virginia Smith,
'45, Virginia Stover, '43, Virginia
Wakeman, '43, and Kathryn Wood,
'43.

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Student Tutors'
Mass Meeting
Will Be Today
Women with qualifying records of
A and B in subjects for which they
desire to register as tutors will gather
for a mass meeting of tutors at 4 p.m.
in the League today.
It is desirous that all tutors be
registered before six weeks marks
are issued to freshmen, as there will
be many requests for assistance at
that time, Elizabeth Bailie, '41, an-
nounced. In order for the most bene-
fit to result from tutoring an early
start with regularly spaced ,lessons
is advisable.
All subjects may be registered in
which a tutor is qualified, but the
first calls will probably be in fresh-
man subjects. An assessment of 25
cents an hour on every girl tutored
is .paid directly to her tutor as com-
pensation for the lessons,
Anyone desiring to tutor, but un-
able to attend today's meeting, may
register by calling Miss Bailie, or
leaving her name and qualifications
with the tutorial committee in the
undergraduate offices of the League.
WJ R Will Present
Regular Broadcasts
By A Cappella Choir
Taking over the regular Sunday
morning hymn broadcast from Ann
Arbor, the University A capella choir
will offer regular programs from 9
a.m. to 9:30 a.m. every Sunday over
WJR beginning October 26.
Included on each program of chor-
al hymns will be one anthem. As the
season advances, solo selections may
be added according to Prof. Hardin
Van Deursen, director of the choir.
In charge of the broadcast is Dr.
Joseph Maddy, founder of the Inter-
lochen music camps.
Not only the School of Music but
the entire University contributes t
the A capella choir, which is taken
for credits after admission by
audition.
Affiliations Revealed
Alpha Delta Pi has announced the
pledging of Beatrice Linning, '45, De-
troit; Barbara Dolf, '45, Marquette;
and Jane Schutts, '45, Oxbridge, Mass
Recently initiated by Alpha Delta
Pi were Betty Bell, '44, Mansfield, O.;
Nelda Cain, '44, Long Island, N.Y.
Elinor Gray, '44, Detroit;. and Patri-
cia McDonald, '44, Detroit.
Guild To Give Party
A "Hobby Lobby" party is to b
held by the Roger Williams Guild to
day at 8 p.m. in the Guild House
503 E. Huron. The guests are re
quested to bring their hobbies to work
on or for display. Other work with
soap, paints, linoleum and wood wil
be done. Refreshments will be serve
during the course of the evening
Everyone is invited.

Pigskin Heroes To Be Interviewed
By Feminine Sports Staff Reporter
By JEAN GILMER
a a Monday morning to interview the under more pleasant circumstances--
We always knew The Daily was a men who clean out the empty stadi- such as a coke date, maybe?
liberal and progressive publication, um may be called "serious." We've since thought of a better
but we did think it maintained a She turned down our offer of a plan. We'll just tag along with Miss
few glorious traditions-that mem- sophomore try-out position on the Peterson when she has her next in-
bership on the sports staff is the ex- women's staff because she abhors terview!
r eporting such important items as --
elusive privilege of the athletic- horwas snh an it m, as
who was seen where and with whom. ._
minded Michigan male, for instance! but she really isn't such a terrifyingIFEKiND
It seems we were wrong. The un- Amazon at" heart. W EEK EN D
heard of has% happened: there's a We managed to worm one signifi- SPECIAL
woman on the sports staff! "She cant secret out of her: she writes
Just walked in and asked to jon our poetry! So we hereby serve warn- k A thre-thread all silk hose
staff. so we put her to work," says ing. Don't be.alarmed if you sud- by McCallum
genial Hal Wilson by way of ex- denly discover poetic touches on the ' u
planation. . masculine sport page. Just blame 79C
In fact, he and Art Hill, who au- them on the staff's latest addition.
thorized us to say they would like We'd Like Her Job . Coton qulted RBaer
I more feminine helpers, seem rather Miss Peterson's present job is one Cut full - gay patterns.
pleased about the whole thing. even we wouldn't mind having. She $3.95
"Psete" Edited Paper is delegated to interview Michigan'sCrdr EKN
And so is the lady in question. Jo pigskin heroes, so that Daily readers y JERKINS
Ann Peterson, an attractive addition may have the feminine angle on this $1.95
to any newspaper staff, has two pas- Whenl usinsb.
sions: writing and sports. She" likes When we first┬░ heard about her'
the idea of combining them both in assignment we decided we'd better SMARTEST
the job of sports writer, thereby join the sports staff too, especially HO
breaking Michigan tradition for the since women aren't allowed in the SIERY SHOPPE
second time (it was done a few years locker room at the stadium, which T
back by another intrepid Michigan means Miss Peterson must meet them -
coed).
Miss Peterson transferred to Mich-
igan after spending last year at Colby
Junior College in New Hampshire.A t & i R
That institution had no school paper
prior to Miss Peterson, but' she
promptly Pet about remedying the de-
fect by founding and editing a thriv-
ing joural.RCA Victor Table-model
ing journal.
Enjoys Every Sport
By way of qualification for her I D
present job, Miss Peterson, or "Pete" ,
as she prefers to be called, enjoys
practically every sport that she has
tried, but her' particular interest is
in developing her already excellent
tennis game.
Right now, however, the Alpha
Phis are depending on.her to be their with
star halfback when they encounter
the Tlheta Dragons in a proposed AUTOMATIC RECORD CHANGER
touch football tilt in the Deke's back
yard.
One thing is worrying Miss Peter-
son, she confessed to us. Every col-
lege sports writer covering footall
gets an oiciallooking card entitbn
him to sit in the press lox. But the
card is very plainly stamped with
"NO WOMEN ALLOWED IN PRESS
BOX,", so that Miss Peterson will/
have to be just another Michigan
coed when it comes to watching the
Minnesota game!
Takes Job Seriously
She has the distinction, however, 205 EAST IBERTY Phone 3675 Free Delivery'
of actually having been in the press
box during a game, despite all offi-
cial decrees barring women from this - ________
male domain. Once, when she was
considerably younger, she was al- ' .:.
lowed to be an unofficial assistant
to her father, a local businessman,
who acts as press box bouncer at all
the Michigan games!
Miss Peterson takes her job ser- *
- ously, we are told. At least we think i M
anyone who will get up at 8 a.m. of \ s

At the Northwestern game this
fur coat will keep you warm while
the cold Lake Michigan winds blow.
It is long and full enough to be
really practical and at the same
time the lines are very good. In
really winter weather the collar
can be fastened tightly around the
neck and the lining of the sleeves
fits snugly around your wrists.

Barbour Qymnasium Will Have

Indoor Season

Archery

Targets

By LOIS SHAPIRO
For the first time in the history of
the Tniversity, women are to shoot
their arrows .the year round, and we
don't mean into the hearts of male
targets, for that has been going on
forever . . . but into the targets on
the practice range which 'will be set
up in Barbour' Gymnasium for the
indoor seasons.
In the past, the archery club has
been able to function actively only in
the fall and spring outdoor seasons
because of lack of a practice range
which would enable them to meet
regularly during the indoor seasons.
Team To Practice
But with the purchase of the back-
drop for the targets, plans for set-
ting the range up, and the wintei'
practice which this' means, Eleanor
Gray, '43, head of the archery club,
is confident that Michigan will be
able to build up a competent team, for
the Intercollegiate Telegraphic Meet
which will be held in the spring.
In the meet last year, Michigan
placed 50th in a group of 140 contend-
ers, while first' place went to the
University of Connecticut, In the
district, the team placed 7th in a
group of 39 entrants, with the team's
old rival, Michigan State, placing
first.
Contestants Placed
Eight contestants entered for Mich-
igan, five of whom placed in the
meet. Nancy Bercaw, '43, placed first
with an A rating, while Miss Gray
was second with a B rating. Arleen
Helliesen, '43, Betty Lyman, '42, and
Joanne Woodward, '43, were in third
place with ratings of C. Each par-
ticipant received a certificate indicat-
ing her standing in the meet.
Now entering its 20th year, the club
meets at 4:20 p.m. every Thursday.
Tournaments, picnics and teas com-

prise a part of the schedule for the!
year. This year's plans will include
an all campus tournament to be held
the week of Nov. 3, and tentative
arrangements for a picnic to close
the official outdoor season in Novem-
ber.
Freshman women, who fill the
archery classes for their physical edu-
cation credit, are eligible for the
archery club, and new talent is ex-
pected to be uncovered soon through
such groups.
Interviewing To End
Interviewing for Assembly Banquet
positions will end at 5 p.m. today,
announced Jean Hubbard, '42, pres-
ident of the organization. Women
who have not yet been interviewed
must bring eligibility cards with them
to the Undergraduate Office of the
League.

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ment and beautification in the sub-
urbs of Panama City has just been
launched.

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