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League Social

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Collegiate

Songstress

Contest

To Be Sponsored By Herb Miller
Herb Miller, Grad., the League's itillrocm with Michigan students the
bandmaste,', is going to run a little jadges. It's a modification of the
collegiate songstress contest all of "he customer is always right" idea.
his own. Miller said.
In order to relieve Betty Correll, To Sing At Intervals
'44SM, trombonist, who has been TSA
singing the vocal refrains for the At intervals during the informal
c - nccs Saturday night and Nov. 7.
band thus far, Miller announcdyes- Miller will bring a contestant up to
tend'Ay that he' will run a contest'tiemkntouehrotedac
Saturday night and Nov. 7 to choose t nse mike, introduce her to the danc
a vocalist who will be a new'and per- .Byand she s on ter own from then
manet aditon o te bnd.c:1 ]A By the end of the evening all
manent addition to the band. the survivors of the private auditionw
The Contestants? I x ill have had their chance to sing
Any Michigan woman may enter and the dancers will then write the
the audition eliminatior s but must name of the singer they prefer on the
contact Miller before 5 p.m. tomorrow back of the pass-out checks.
at 2-1479.'Arrangements will be This performance will be repeated
made for private auditions for eachi the next weekend. The girl receiving
contestant before tomorrow , vening,
when the girls chosen will rehearse j the most votes in the finil analysis
with the band. will then takq her place as vocalist
The "finals" come at the League's with Herb Miller and his orchestra.
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for your fepti Bear- $
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warmth ir that famed
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)mmittee
Ruthven Teas
Among Duties
Of Committee
Activity Chairmen To Acquaint
Newcomers With Opportunity;
Members Required To Attend

Will Hold

'World Of Tomorrow' Being Erected

There will be a mass meeting of
the entire League social committee,
aew and old members as well as
those interested in serving under the
various divisions, at 4 p.m. today in
the League.
Short speeches by the chairmen of
the social activity groups will ac-
quaint newcomers with the oppor-
tunities for participation. Attendance
at the meeting is required of all
Social committee members, Elizabeth
Fariss, '42, announced and two ab-
3ences will be penaized by exclusion
from Ruthven Tea service.
Tea Chairmen Named
Chairmen for the Ruthven tea
committee are appointed in four di-
visions. Marjorie Storken, '43, is By BARBARAdeFIRES
chairman of Group I, assisted by The guy on top the ladder is Bill
Mary Sellon, '43. Directing Group II ThesguyAondpthe gudder is Bild
is Jane Honey, '43, assisted by Eliza- Burgess, '43A, and the guy who could
beth Steffon, '42. Dorothy Cummings, easily knock him down is Bob Erick-
'43, is chairman of 'Group III, and her son, '44, day laborer, and the thing
assistant is Carol Pitcher, '43. Chair- in his hand is a Saw, '45Buzz.
man of Group IV is Mary Eleanor If the mere fact that thefdecora-
Brown, '43, assisted by Marjorie tions for the Union Formal are going
Green, '43. to e pose the world in 2041 isn't
League's division of the acquain- enough.to make you crawl in on your
tance bureau is also under the juris- knees, the grotesque contortions (mu-
diction of the social committee. Elaine rals to you) lining the walls certainly
Richert, '43, is chairman of the com- should.
mittee in chairge, and is assisted by There will be a caricature of Uncle
Sally Walsh, '43. Joe Bursely done in livid green,
Style show chairman, Virginia !(ugh!) coeducation as a surealist
Morse, '43, is assisted by Marlou sees it, a football player's biology
Shartel, '44. Margaret Brown, '43, is notes and a medical student's dream
chairman of the Club 7-11 committee, --the first time a dance has ever
and her assistant is Margaret Ihling, been decorated with a lower intestine,
'43. Guide service is under the direc- There will also be a "spittin'" image
tion of Nancy Griffin, '44, and Beth of 'the League fountain-don't let
Cowing, '42, manages the bridge tour- that scare you away though-it's go- J
nament committee. ing to be called "Friday Night."
Acquaint Tea Assistants Motif Is Futuristic
In order to acquaint the Ruthven An enormous amount of orange
Tn ordernt io acquaints te Rutvens and black paint is being transformed
Tea assistants ' with points of interest into a futuristic motif which will be
in the Ruthven home and garden, a superimposed upon a three foot white
committee has been organized to is- bandrios h p ereef the
sue the Social Committee Booklet, band running the perimeter of the
which will deal in detail with the room. Over the orchestra will be a
Ruthven home. Jeanne Follit, '42, is sign reading "Let the crystal ball add
in charge of the committee, and her hundred more years of Michigan
assistant is Marjorie Lovejoy, '42. purges does all his drawing in the
Assisting Miss Fariss, chairman of dining room of the Delta Tau Delta
he entire committee, is Jeanne house-he sets one table on top of !
Campbell, secretary. anyother. and goes to work. Hummm,
Under immediate consideration at can't quite figure that one out, just
today's mass meeting will be the pro- be sort of awkward. He mixes his
,edure and organization of Ruthven paints on his wrist and if they look
Student teas, the first two of which well there, he puts them on the can-
-re to be held Wednesday, Nov. 5 and vas.
the following week. In order to keep the colors where
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COLLEGIATE SHOE SHOP

By SHAPPY
Our debut having been made, ouir
object from now on shall be to live
up to our one-week} old reputation .. .
we're not saying whether it is good
or bad. . . but hoping for the best ...
here goes again....
Myriads of athletically and swim-
mingly minded women, having been
spurred on by visions of the cool

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green waters of the 1Union 'Pool, but
having, made the horrible mistake of
not having a health re-check nor
signing up originally for the annual
meet, were disappointed last week at
being cold-heartedly turned \away
from participation in that revelry of
water-the WAA swimming meet-
(we ought to know, we were among
them!)
The "Amazon Aces," otherwise
known as the WAA board, were not
too successful in proving their ath-
letic ability, as the tie score of 10-10
shows in the balloon volley-ball game
in which they battled the League
Council . . . tsk, tsk, better brush up,
board!
Much groaning and cracking of
bones and muscles still attends the
meeting of toe Fencing Club. Three
fencers, according to a reliable au--
-thority, went home after the last
meeting with "quivering quadriceps,"
which, for plain people like you
means a la Webster the extensor
muscle in the front of the thigh .. .
which for plainer people 4ike me
means . . . "it hurts!"
Pleasant Lake Farms will be the
destination of the hostel group this
weekend, not via bikes but via those
good old reliable, (we hope!) feet ...
If you can hike ten miles, o.k. go
ahead and have sore feet, we won't
care ... but seriously, what it will do
for your . ahem .. figure... and
ego is really sbimething. So happy
hiking and solong.
/A Match"
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An unbeatable combination is
f June Grey's wool jerkin and skirt
outfit. Slacks are also available
in a variety of colors to match.'
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The balance of our Fall stock re-

duced for clearance!

Sturdy, com-

fortable, colorful as Autumn leaves
right for classroom, office and
casual wear. Corduroys to mix or

match available at uni
of-the-season savings.

usual height-

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Two-piece Suits 7.98 and 12.98
Fingertip coats 7.98
'Fingertip Reversibles 4.98

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Blouses 1.98

Skirts 3.98

Slacks 3.98 Dirndl Skirts 3.98
Jackets 3.98 and 4.98

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