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9 l TD rg, OCT. 29; 1942

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Jnior GirlsTo Start Petitioning
For Class Project Posts Today

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Sale Of War Bonds, Stamps
To Take Place Of Annual JGP;
Fifteen Positions To Be Open
Petitioning for positions on the
junior class project will begin today
and continue until 5 p. m. Monday,
November 2. Interviewing will take
place from 3:30 until 5:30 p. m. Tues-
day, Thursday, and Friday of next
week.
In keeping with the League's policy
of "All Out for War," junior women,
as well as sophomores and freshmen,
have chosen to abandon their annual
entertainment project for war service
work. They will have for their job the

responsibility for the sale of war
bonds and stamps.
Typical of the change in attitude
of university women accompanying
the change of times, the Junior Girls'
Play, a tradition at Michigan ever
since the first production in 1902. will
be omitted this year.
Fifteen positions on the new and
important class project committee are
open to eligible junior women. They
include: general chairman, assistant
chairman, chairman of dormitories,
sororities, cooperative houses, league
houses, and Ann Arbor Independents,
secretary, treasure, research chair-
man, chairman of songs and lim-
ericks, chairman of posters, slogans
and publicity, chairman of skits,
chairman of the stamp booth on the
corner of N. University and State
Streets, and corsage chairman.
Appointments to the committee will
be made through the League Council,
following the interviews next week by
Judiciary committee.
Union Formal
Limits Ticket
Sale To 350
Tickets for the Union Formal,
which will be held November 6 at
the Union Ballroom, will remain on
sale the rest of this week and next
week, and may be purchased at the
Union, the League, of from any com-
mittee member.
"There are only 350 tickets avail-
able. Consequently, anyone planning
on attending the dance should pur-
chase their tickets at the earliest
possible convenience," Arthur Geib,
'44E, ticket chairman, urged.
The Union Formal is an all-campus
function, and may be attended by
everyone regardless of class, school,
or affiliation. Traditionally the first
formal of the year, this dance will
open the social calendar for the year.
Thomas Muzik, a botany student of
the University, recently left the States
to take over the position of junior
planter for the Firestone Plantations
Co. in Liberia. At the time of his
placement Muzik was studying for an
advanced degree 'at the University
Biological Station.
Eleanor Porter, '45, Alpha Gamma
Delta, has been appointed a junior
editor for the Michiganensian, re-
placing Mel Englehart, who has left
school.

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Law Club Members Informal Dance
To Hold Tea Dance T Be Held Today
In Quadrangle Today Newman Club
Members of the Lawyers Club are
giving eadanctodayrsLa Club r The Newman Club will hold an in-
giving a teaf dance today at Law Club
from 4 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. Students of formal Hallowe'en dance from 9 p. m.
the Judge Advocate General School to midnight tonight in the clubroom
will be their guests, of St. Mary's Chapel.
h gGuests are invited to come singly
Miss Inex Bozarth, Director of the or in couples, and those attending
Lawyers Club, will chaperone, and may wear sweaters and skirts, blue
Mrs. Edward H. Young, wife of Col- jeans, or any other type of casual
onel Young, Commandant, and Mrs. clothes. The Hallowe'en theme ill be
carried out in, both decorations and
Herbert Kidner, wife of Lieut. Colonel refreshments. All tickets to the dance
Kidner of the J. A. G. faculty, will may be bought at the door as there
pour. is no sale in advance.

In peg-leg trousers, an oversize suit
coat, a bow tie at his neck, and a key
Schain dangling about his ankles,
walked a nonchalant freshman
Thursday night as he entered the
dining room at West Quad.
He was naturally the object of at-
tention throughout the meal and
more than one fellow student had to
admit the get-up looked like the
"real thing." His makeshift "zoot suit"
was, however, composed of various

Nonchalant Freshman Appears In Novel
Zoot Suit' At Dinner In West Quadrangle

borrowed articles including three
watch chains linked together to give
the appearance of one of outrageous
length.
The coat belonged to a student
about twice the freshman's size and
was padded at the shoulders with
towels. Just to 'carry the thing out,
he located a shirt loud enough to add
greatly to the customary dining room
din.

Tea Will Be Today
For Student Wives
The annual tea for the Michigan
Dames, given by Mrs. Alexander. G.
Ruthven will be held from 4 p. m. to
6 p. m. today at .the President's home.
A cordial invitation is extended to
the wives of all students, in'lerns,
grads and undergrads on the campus.
Receiving with Mrs. Ruthveri will
be Mrs. Marshall P. Wees, Pre:ident
of the Michigan Dames. Mrs. Ernest
W. Kinne is chairman of the teQ, and
Mrs. N. L. Murray is hostess. The fac-
ulty advisors who will pour are Mrs.*
Roy W. Cowden, Mrs. Samuel Dana,
Mrs. Charles H. Griffits, Mrs. Russell
C. Hussey, Mrs. Ira M. Smith and
Mrs. Harry A. Towsley.

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All women who have applied for
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will be notified in the near future
as to their placement.

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