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fnnual Interfrnternity Boil To Be Held Dec.


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Proceeds To Go.
For Bomber
F rB r rScholarshirs
Couples Will Dance To 'Name'
Band in Ballroom At Union;
Pledge Sing To Be Inaugurated
Interfraternity Ball, traditionally
the first formal of the year to feature
a large "namhe" band, kill be held
Friday, Dec. 4, in the Union ballroom.
Fraternity men and their dates are
promised "the biggest and best Ball
in the history of the function," ac-
cording to Bernard Brow'n, '44E, pub-
licity Ghairman; However, those who
attend will not need to feel that they
arp being unpatriotic, for the pro-
ceeds of the dance will be donated to
the Bomber Scholarship.
AS a special feature of the Ball, an
interfraternity pledge sing, which,
according to the committee, will be
an annual affair, will be instituted.
Eliminations for the sing will begin,
in approximately two weeks, and the
finals in which four houses will par-
ticipate will be held the night of the
John Fauver, president of the IFC,
and Paul Wingate, secretary-treas-
urer of the organization, are co-
chairmen of the Ball. Other mem-
bers of the central committee are:
Jack Hooper, '44, and Bud Burgess,
'44E, tickets; Ioward Howerth, '44E,
and John Weise, '44, programs; John
Crabb, '44, and Mark Hance, '44,
patrons; Jack Page, '44, and Reynold
Kraft, '44, decorations; Dick Emery,
'44, and Jack Hadley, '44E, house
chairmen; and Dick Rawdon, '44, and
Dick inters, '44E, co-chairmen of
the ple ge sing.
Tickets will go on sale'in fraternity
houses within the next week, and
plans are now being completed for
orchestra and decorations, as well as
for patrons and patronesses.

Assembly Plans
Will Be Formed
At Mass Meeting
A mass meeting of all independent
women who are interested in working
on c mmittees for the ninth annual
Assembly Banquet will be held at 4:15
p. m. tomorrow in the League ball-
Separate committee booths for
signing up will be available, and each
individual may serve on more than
one committee if she feels she has
the time to spare. The chairman will
announce the work of their respective
departments as well as the general
theme for the banquet.
Spealer for the banquet cannot be
announced until a later date, but the
rest of the program will include both
individual and house awards for best
record in scholastics and activities.
Members of the directing central
committee are Millie Otto, '44, gen-
eral chairman; Ernestine Elser, '45,
assistant chairman; Miriam Dalby,
'44 and Beatrice Glass, '43, programs;
Obeline Elser, '45, publicity; Sue
Truesdell, '44, assistant for publicity;
Cornelia Groefsema, '45, assisted by
Lucile Barnes, '45, and Dorine Lar-
mee, '44Ed, tickets; and Mary Mar-
garet Scott, '44, and Sarah Hanley,
'44, patrons.
Tennis Tournaments
To End This Week
"Nearing the post" are the follow-
ing women players in the fall WAA
tennis tournament. These people must
play off their matches by the end of
the week.
Matches scheduled for the doubles
tournament are Marcia Sharpe, '45,
vs. Joan Welker, '46; and Joyce Hel-
mick, '44, vs. Nancy Hattersley, '44.
In the singles, Gloria Vreeland,
'45A, is to play Jean Deibel. '46; Mar-
tha Lunny, '46, has a bye; and Con-
nie Hammett, .'45 will meet Marjorie
Severance, '46.
Michigan Dames will hold their
first general meetipg of the year at
8:15 p. m. Tuesday in the woman's
lounge of the Rackham Building.
The eight interest g' iis and
the chairmen aire as follows: art,
Mrs. R.' A. Whitely; books, Mrs.
J. T. Banchero; bridge, Mrs. H. J.
Lange; click and stitch, Mrs. C. B.
McDowell; child study, Mrs. W. E.
Quinsey, drama, Mrs. J. F. Ebelke;
music, Mrs. J. L. McCudy; nutri-
tion, Mrs. R. Russell Ellis.

An, Editorial...'

I DO NOT believe that a compulsory
physical education course for all
women en campus will be a means of
furthering the goal of complete co-
operation with the war effort.
It may be wondered if such mea-
sures might not hinder the programs
of war work and study which the Uni-
versity's women have already orga-
nized for themselves.
E ARE TAKING extra courses
both from the University and the
Red Cross and are gladly giving many
hours of service to such projects as
the Volunteer Hospital Aide group,
the Manpower Corps and the selling
of war bonds and stamps.
In the long run, are not the hours
spent at such practical self-imposed

duties more important toward win-
ning the war than hours taken from
those duties for action to build up
more muscle?
IS A WOMAN, tired from a long
stretch of dtrenuous calisthenics,
in the best condition to take an eve-
ning Nurses' Aide course, or work aj
hard four hours at the hospital?
Keeping well is a personal responsi-
bility at all times and today it cannot
be too often stressed thA. good health
is a patriotic duty.
But patriotism does not consist of
taking the valuable time spent on
study or wartime service for a physi-
cal hardening program, the necessity
for which has by no means been pro-

Fifteen Women
Volunteer To Aid
In Farm Work
Fifteen coed carrot-pickers will,
take over the harvesting job for eight
full hours today in coniunction with
the Manpower Corps at Prof. Albert
Hyma's farm near Howell.
The volunteers, captained by Lea-,
trice Amer, '45, are: Mary Ellen
Thompson, '45, Jan Laube, '43, Har-
riet Cooper, '44, Henrietta Brovowsky,
'44, Luaine Berman, '45, Doreen Har-
ris, '44, Sue Weiss, '45. Shirley Wino-
kur, '43, Marian Schnee. '46. Bernice
Blackman, '44, Helen Comins, '45,
Mary Ann Campbell, '46. Geraldine
t'a1 'e91v T,1r '_r -mne. '4f).

Volleyball Tournament: At 5:10
p.m. tomorrow, Collegiate Sorosis
vs. Pi Beta Phi. At 5:10 p.m. Wed-
nesday, winner of Sorosis vs. Pi
Beta Phi game will play Mosher.
Archery Club: 4:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at the WAB.
Dance Club: 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day, at Barbour Dance Studio.
Field Hockey: 4:30 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursday at the WAB.
Crop andaSaddle Club: 5 p.m.
Wednesday at Barbour gym.-
Swimming Club: 8:15 p.m.
Thursday at the Union pool.
Tennis Club: 4:15 p.m. Thurs-
day at the WAB.
Lacrosse Club: 4:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the WAB.
University Women's Riding Club
1 p.m. Saturday at Barbour gym.

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- Joan List

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Forget your "school
work blues"' by
picking a jaunty
little hat for week
end affairs .




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Monday ...
Drastic Reparations
Collins was the the cure for our
obesity trouble! We found a
slenderizing jacket, skirt, and
slack set. in soft grey Men's
Wear flannel. The way Vogue
raved about the "patch" poc-
ket skirt, plaid or plain, you'd
think they were stunning
they are! And sweaters galore,
100% wool, and angora.
Tuesday ... Army Pay
Gotta man in the Army? You
know, you should be mailing
his Christmas gifts as soon,
as possible. Lots of things at
Wild's are Army favorites -
mufflers, gloves, and especial-
ly the 100% wool sweaters.
(Sleeveless ones for only $3.50,
with sleeves for $5.00.)
Wednesday .. .
Need a Scent?
Exotic - the whif of new per-
fumes with their specially im-
ported oils in the .Quarry. We
sophisticates preferred the Par-
fum Altesse Massenet in its al-
luring gem-like case, with the
matching Triple Eau de Co-
logne. But we found the sweet-
er, lighter fragrance of the Bou-
quet Americaine Massenet, just
the thing for less formal oc-
casions.' Like school!
Thursday .. .
Patriotic Fever
We scarecly believed that the
pretty rugs in the Arcade Gift
Shop were made out of cot-
ton! Christmas gifts like these
will be some help to our bud-
gets this year. We're also tak-
ing knitting lessons - you can
learn how to. crochet, too. In-
stead of dreaming about a
beautiful pair of Argyle socks,
why not make 'em?
Friday.. #"Coming Out"


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Know why we looked so glam-
orous at the formal? We wore
those rhinestone evening combs
- from Dillon's, and only $1.00!
Had our eye on some lovely
rhinestone earrings, bracelets,
and clips, too. We also saw
loads of sweater jewelry - gold
chains, pearls, and attractive
pins, like one gold penguins,
lion's head, and dancing jitter-
bug couple!
Saturday . . Fort Custer!
Talk about bargains - we saw
the smartest looking cosmetic
kits for only $2.50, $3.95, and
$6.56 - completely outfitted
with creams, lipstick, rouge, to
make you irresistible. They
come with washable lining and
removable tray - room for
your nightie, too! At Calkins-
Fletcher the perfume-scented
Tabu lipstick comes in exciting
shades -
Thank God for Sundav!


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