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League Hse, WAA
Members To Meet.
The W. A. A. has invited a repre-
sentative from each league house to
meet at 5 p. m. Monday at the W.A.B.
for a game of touch football and
buffet supper. All who have not yet
signed up, and who wish to come,
can still do so by contacting Betty
Sacks, '43.
Blouses -- $2.00 up

Mille Otto Named
Assembly Banquet
General Chairman
Results of two weeks' petitioning and interviewing for Assembly Ban-
quet gave Millie Otto, '44, key position as general chairman, announced
Betty Newman, '43, president of Assembly, yesterday.
Miss Otto, who lives in Martha Cook Building, is from Detroit. As a
freshman she was president of Jordan Hall, publicity chairman for Frosh
Project and Assembly Banquet. and as a sophomore she served on the dance

Three More Chairmen Selected
To Hold War Committee Offices

Union Formal
Dance Tickets
To Go On Sale


Three independent women, two
juniors and one sophomore, were
,hosen last week to work on the cen-
tral board of the War Activities Com-
mittee for Women under the direc-
tion of Margaret Ihling, '43.
Anne Terbrueggen, '45, will be in
charge of getting news about women
in war activities on other campuses
and Shirley Field, '45, will have the
job of doing general and personal
contacting of all students to get opin-
ions and cooperation for war drives.
Joan Thompson, '44, will do clerical
work of the League in war activities.
Later on, her job will be to cooperate
with the Ann Arbor CDVO.
The new members of the committee
were chosen by Miss Ihling and Betty
Newman, '43, president of Assembly,

on the basis of their interest in war
work and activities outside of the Uni-
versity, and their ideas for expansion
of the war program.
These three positions have been
opened on the board so that a better
consensus of campus opinion can be
obtained. Miriam Dalby, '44, was also
recently appointed to the committee,
to be in charge of the sale of war
bonds and stamps.
The committee as a whole is in
charge of all defense classes. Other
members of the board are: Esther
Stevens, '44, Red Cross chairman; Jo
Fitzpatrick, '44, in charge of enroll-
ment for volunteer work; Mary
Brownrigg, '44, chairman of corre-
spondence, and Nancy Gray, '43, head
of. publicity.


Tickets for

the Union Forma

which will be held November 6 at the
Union Ballroom, will go on sale to-
morrow noon and may be purchased
at the Union, the League, or from any
committee member.
The Union dance is, traditionally,
the first formal of the year. It may
be attended by anyone on campus re-
gardless of class, school, or affiliation.
Those attending the dance will be
doing their part to support the United
States Government as practically
half of the admission price will be
invested in savings stamps. The
stamps will be given to the women
attending in the form of corsages.
Bill Sawyer, and his "Symphony in
Rhythm", will play for the dancing.



Skirts from $3.95

comnittee for Soph Cabaret. She
was tapped by Wyvern, and was an
orientation adviser this year.
Her assistant is Ernestine Elser, '45,
of Lincoln Park. Miss Elser is secre-
tary of Helen Newberry, served on
Assembly Board as a freshman and
worked on Frosh Project as well as
the League Merit Committee.
Co-chairmen of programs are Mir-
iam Dalby, '44, Stockwell Hall, who
is from Easthampton, Mass., and
Beatrice Glass, '43, president of Helen
Newberry, from Calumet, Mich.
Miss Dalby has worked on several
League committees, has been on As-
sembly Board, on the central com-
mittee of Assembly Ball, won the As-
sembly sophomore activity award, is
social chairman of Stockwell Hall.
Miss Glass worked on the Gargoyle,
make-up for Theatre Arts, JGP and
Union Opera, and served on Assembly
Publicity Chairman Named
Obeline Elser, '45, Helen Newberry
resident from Lincoln Park, was
chosen to be publicity chairman with
Sue Truesdell, '44, of Stockwell as her
assistant. Miss Elser was publicity
chairman for Frosh Project, worked
on Assembly Ball, Soph Project and
the League Merit Committee. Miss
Truesdell is a transfer student.
Cornelia Groefsema, '45, Betsy Bar-
bour resident from Detroit, is ticket
chairman. She was programs chair-
man of Frosh Frolic, worked on Frosh
Project and was secretary-treasurer
of Jordan.
Her assistants are Lucile Barnes,
'45, of Grosse Pointe, who is staff as-
sistant at Jordan and a member of
Alpha Lambda Delta, and Dorine
Larmee, '44Ed, of Ann Arbor.
Other Heads Announced
Chairman of patrons is Mary Mar-
garet Scott, '44; Mosher resident.
Sarah Hanley, '44, music transfer
from Smith College, where she was
active in music and social affairs, will
act as assistant patrons chairman.
Assembly officials who are "respon-
sible for the choice of Banquet heads
are Miss Newman, Dorothy Schloss,1
'43, vice-president; Mary Moore, '43,1
secretary; Roberta Holland, '43Ed,
treasurer; and Jean Conway, '43,
president of the League House or-
The central committee for the ban-
quet will have its first meeting at
5 p.m. tomorrow in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League.

Volleyball tournament: At 4:30
p.m. tomorrow, league house No.
1 vs. Alpha Omicron Pi; Betsy
Earbour No. 1 vs. Jordan No. 1.
At 5:10 p.m. tomorrow, Alpha Chi
Omega vs. Helen Newberry; Kap-
pa Alpha Theta vs. Mosher. At
4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Delta Gamma
vs. Delta Delta Delta. At 5:10
p.m. Tuesday, Jordan No. 5 vs.
Ann Arbor Independents; Kappa
Kappa Gamma vs. Pi Beta Phi.
At 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, winner
of a previous game vs. Alumnae
House; winner of a game vs. Al-
pha X/i Delta. At 5:10 p.m. Wed-
nesday, winner of a game vs. Col-
legiate Sorosis; winner of a game
vs. Zeta Tau Alpha. At 4:30 p.m.
Thursday, winner of a game vs.
Jordan No. 2; winner of a game
vs. Betsy Barbour No. 2. At 5:10
p.m. Thursday, winner of a game
vs. league house No. 3; Kappa
Delta vs. Alpha Phi. All games
will be played at Barbour Gym-
Lacrosse Club: will meet at 4:30
p.m. Wednesday at the W.A.B.
Tennis Club: will meet. at 4:15
p.m. Thursday at the W.A.B.
Archery Club: will meet at 4:30
p.m. Thursday at the W.A.B.
Dance Club: will meet at 7:30
p.m. Thursday at the W.A.B.
Dance Club: will meet at 7:30
p.m. Thursday at Barbour Gym.


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