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StNDAY, APRIL 8, 1945

Panhel-A ssemb ly









Positions Open For Chairman, Captainsj

To Be Awarded
The Ethel A. McCormick Scholar-

Novel Theme Drive To Collect Sophomore Dues
Will Be Used WI1 Last Monday Through Friday,

The committee, responsible for
placing the volunteers and keeping
records of the work, act as captains
at both University and St. Joseph's
Hospitals. Each captain has her
own day of work, and supervises and
directs the volunteers helping her.
pne captain is responsible for the
volunteer service at St. Joseph's
Hospital, one committee member
has charge of compiling the month-
ly reports from both hospitals, and
one captain is in charge of publi-
Interviewing for Sophomore Judi-
ciary Aides will be held from 2:30
p. m. to 5:30 p. m. on April 17, 18,
and 20 in the Council Room of the
Undergraduate Office in the League.

AlU-Professional Floorshow
To Be Given at Intermission

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"It's Your Lucky Strike for April
ships, open to second semester junior I7's the lgan a te by anhel
wome wh hav patidpate inex-27" is the slogan adopted by Panhel
women who have participated in ex-an Asebyfrtirecda-
tra-curricular activities and have a n
scholastic average of at least 2.7, nual Panhel-Assembly Ball which
will be offered again this semester. 1 will be held from 8:30 p. m. to mid-
Announcement of the winners will night, Friday, April 27 at the In-
be made at Installation Night. There tramural Building, featuring the mu-
are three awards o; $100 each, pay-- sic of Gene Krupa and his orche-
able at the beginning of the next stra.
full semester during which the win- Tickets for the formal dance will
ners are on campus. The awards are, go on sale Tuesday. Coeds are re-
given for one year unless It the end minded that this is the one dance of
of the first semester the _cLipient the year which offers opportunity for
1 Ithmf ivf fh mat hair

The drive for the collection of
sophomore class dues which has been
revived to finance Soph Cabaret, will
begin tmorrow and continue through
Friday, Betty Lou Bidwell, finance
chairman of the Cabaret, announced
Dues have been set at one dollar,
and are compulsory for all women;
of the sophomore class. Represent-k
atives of the finance committee will
contact all dormitories, league houses,
sororities, cooperative houses and
auxiliary dorms. Sophomore coeds
living in these houses may pay their

The Cabaret, which will be pres-
ented later this spring, will take over
the entire second floor of the League,
including the ballroom and theater.
"The Cabaret is a social project of
the sophomore class which every coed
member is urged to back 100 per
cent," said Miss Bidwell." Sophomore
women are urged to work on the var-
ious committees of the Cabaret and
to support their project actively as
well as financially," she added.
Any coed interested in committee
work may contact Alice Miller, gen-,
eral chairman of the Cabaret, atF

Scroll Society
Scroll, honorary society for ,sen-
ior women, will sponsor a dinner at
6 p. m. on Friday in the Grand Rap-
ids Room of the League for Mortar
Board, Senior Society, and the Board
of Directors of the Alumnae Council.
The main speakers will be Miss
Nancy Ventz who has been in Algeria
and Italy with the WAC and Miss
Stephanie Albrecht of Warsaw, Pol-
and. Mrs. S. B. Conger of the Alum-
nae Council and Miss Naomi Miller,
president of Scroll, will also speak.
The purpose of the dinner is to
bring the three groups together and
to acquaint them with the workings
of the Alumnae Council.





has failed to meet the requirements.
Letters of recommendation sup-

L Uem tom nvte t e men as Leir
guests. Places where tickets will be
sold will be announced later.



porting applications should be sent
by the writers directly to Marge Hall,
president of the League. All letters
must be originals, as copies will not
be recognized.
Applications must be put in Miss
Hall's box in the Undergraduate
Office of the League by noon, April
21. Interviewing will be from 3 p.m.
on April 24 and 25.-

EVKYUNE KNOWS the importance
of letters when the boys are for from

CARDS? We specialize in

Assembly Councili
Will Interview
For New Positions
Interviewing for the seven Assem-
bly Council positions for next year
will be held from 3 p. m. to 5 p. m.I
tomorrow in the Kalamazoo Room
of the League.I
Interviewing will also be held from
3 p. m. to 5 p. m. Wednesday and
Thursday and from 2,p. m. to 4 p. m.
Tuesday in the Kalamazoo Room.
The interviewing sign-up sheet is
posted on the Assembly box in the
Undergraduate Office, and all As-
sembly petitioners are asked to sign
up for their interviewing times.
All coeds petitioning are warned
not to wait too long before signing
up as Thursday will be the last day
for hearing interviews.
Fletcher Gives Picnic
Blue jeans and plaid shirts held
sway at the picnic-dance given Satur-
day night by Fletcher Hall. The pic-
nic was held at "The Island" and was
followed by dancing at Fletcher.
Chairman for the dance was David

Cigarettes To Be ThereI
Following a theme close to the
heart of every University student,
Panhel-Assembly Ball will center at-
tention on cigarettes. The I. M.
Building will be lighted with amber.
and blue, and baby spots will be
centered on the large replicas of
cigarette packages decorating the
Each dormitory, sorority, and
league house will be represented by
an appropriate "brand" sl.ogan high-
lighted on the backdrop behind the
bandstand. Program favors will be
facsimiles of match covers to com-
plete the unique theme of this year's
Ball. A coke bar will furnish re-
freshments for the dancers.
Special Floorshow
Gene Krupa and his organization
will provide a fully professional floor-
show at intermission time. It will
last for an hour and will feature or-
iginal arrangements by the band and
special entertainment talent. The
program will be announced later.
Army, Navy, and Marine personnel
on campus have been granted late
permission to extend one and one
half hours' after the dance.
Ann Schutz Named
To Judiciary Council
Ann Schutz has lbcen appointed as
senior member of Women's Judiciary
Council, Natalie Mattern, Judiciary
president, announced yesterday.
Miss Schutz, filling a vacancy by
resignation, is assistant Women's
Editor of The Daily, publicity chair-
man for JGP, is a member of Wy-
vern, Junior Honor Society, and of
Alpha Lambda Delta.

dues to the representatives.
There will be a booth in the League
from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. Thursday
where all '47 coeds, who are not con-
tacted through their houses or who
live in private residences, may pay
their dues.
Gay Color Runs
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For Spring Wear
Bright and brief is the slogan for
all kinds of footwear. This spring
and summer shoes will come in deli-
cious colors with new styled cuts.
Shiny gay leathers and suedes of
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summer suits, and playclothes.
Those who aren't lucky enough to
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in plain and novelty fabrics. The
most popular non-rationed materials
are multi-colored raffin weaves and
gabardines in solid colors or with
floral or Indian designs woven in by
Sling backs and open toes will be
the trend in cut. Wedges are still
popular this year and will have new
possibilities in the studded wedge
heel or wedge of contrasting color to
the top of the shoe. Because of leath-
er rationing the thick rope sole is
also becoming very popular.
Strap styles are coming into their
own. Straps will vary from the nar-
row interwoven straps to the wide
bands that cross the arch. The slip-
per style shoe with the single broad
band over the instep that came out
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