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WEDNESDAY, APRiL i; 1945

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE PMVE

WflR To Hold
Swim Meet
Swimming Club To Present
Water Show; Cup To Be Given
The WAA-sponsored swimming
meet will be held at 7:15 p. m. EWT,
(6:15 p. m. CWT) tomorrow at the
Union Pool.
The meet will include three 25-
yard events: free style, breast stroke,
and back crawl, and three 50-yard
events using the same strokes. A
diving competition and a free-style
relay for four-member teams will
also be featured.
Rita Auer, swimming manager, re-
quested contestants who have been
asked to obtain Health Service checks
to bring these. Miss Auer especially
asked all participants to be punc-
tual so that the schedule may be run
off on time.,
Members of the Swinning Club
will present a water ballet, and WAB
and War Council will give a special
performance of their own devising.!
A cup will be awarded to the house
that wins the relay, and all winners,
houses or individuals, will receivet
recognition.
All students and townspeople are
invited to come to the function. There
will be no admission charge for those
attending.
Sophomores
To Collect .dues

Coed Bureau
Will Publicize
Campus Drives
Assembly Speakers' Bureau is the
campus organization of independent
coed speakers; which publicizes cam-
pus drives and events by means of di-
rect contact with coed houses or by
telephone.
Headed by Helen Alpert the Bu-
reau consists of twenty-five women
who visit all dormitories, cooperative
houses, auxiliary dorms, and larger
league houses, giving short talks or
skits concerning the function or drive
being publicized.
Any campus organization wish-
ing publicity through the Speakers'
Bureau may receive it by calling
Miss Alpert at 2-1347. The Bureau
must be given a week's notice for
publicity which entails the mem-
bers visiting coed houses. A two
day notice is the only requirement
for publicity for the Bureau's tele-
phone system.
The only condition laid down by
the Bureau in regard to the events
that it publicizes is that they be of
campus interest and of concern to a
large number of students or faculty.
Assembly Speakers' Bureau recent-
ly helped sponsor and publicize Red
Cross night and is now publicizing
Assembly-Panhel Ball.
Dr. Kenneth G. Hance of the
speech department is the advisor
of the group. He aids the speakers,
giving the- suggestions for effect-
ive speech presentations.

Ruthven Tea Slide Rule Ball

Coeds Prefer Leg Make-Up to Stockings

To Be Todav

Wll Be Given

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President and Mrs. A. G. Ruthven Slide Rule Ball, an all-campus for-I
will be hosts to the student body at mal dance. will be held from 8:30
the second tea of the month today p.M. to midnight Friday in the Rain-
from 4 mtT m bow Room of the Union.
p.m. to 6 p.m. EWT (3 p.m. to The Michigan Technic, engineer-
5 p.m. CWT). Those groups espe- ing school publication, will sponsor
cially invited to the president's home the dance which will feature the
include Sigma Delta Tau, whose music of Louis Prima and his orches-
housemother Mrs. Gottlieb will pour; tra. Prima comes to the University,
Alpha Chi Omega, Mrs. Goodale from recent engagements in New
pouring; Chicago Lodge, Mrs. Kim.- York theaters.
ball pouring; Elmwood House, Mrs.-
Chapin pouring; Madison House, Judge Advocate General's School. All
Oakwood House and members of thestudents and townspeople are invited.

By LOIS KELSO
Women have always been interested
in trying to cover their legs with as
little as possible. Silk stockings, ac-
cording tolegend, first knit for Queen
Elizabeth, were at first opaque but
by 1940 two-thread stockings were
practically invisible. Some scientific
genius then invented nylon, and a
million women rose up and called him
blessed. They also rose up and
stormed any counter where these mir-
aculously sheer, yet durable, hose
could be bought.
No Silk-No Stockings
With the advent of the war, our

supply of silk was suddenly cut off,
and nylon went into parachutes. Am-
erican women found themselves fac-
ed with the dispiriting prospect of
having to wear rayon stockings for
the duration. Rayon stockings make!
the loveliest legs look coppef -plated,
and they show unpleasant tendencies'
to sag, stretch, and wrinkle, espe-
cially in warm weather.
Hurrah For Leg-Make Up
In this moment of crisis, another
scientific genius thought up leg make-
up. The idea caught on like wildfire,
and within one summer women all

over the country were happily paint-
ing their stockings on.
Leg make-up does not sag, stretch.
or wrinkle. No special devices are
needed to hold it up. It does not re-
quire laundering, and does not run,
as most varieties can be removed only
with soap and water.
Practically every cosmetic manu-
facturer in the country makes leg
make-up, and many varieties are very
smooth and easy to put on. Now that
the warm weather has arrived, Ann
Arbor coeds can discard clumsy wool
socks and loafers or saddle shoes for
leg makeup and gay play-shoes.

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....

Class dues are now being collected Plans ale being made to)enlarge the
from all sophomore women by repre- Bureau, making its membership cam-
sentatives of the Soph Cabaret pus wide. Until such time only un-
finance committee, who will have affiliated women may be members.
contacted all coed houses on campus Any independent coed interested in
by Friday. speaking at the various women's
All '47 women who live in private houses may join the Bureau by call-
homes or who are not contacted ing Miss Alpert.
through their houses may pay their- -- --
dues at a booth in the League from 1
P. m. to 5 p. m. EWT (noon to 4 p.m.J Play N ew s
CWT) tomorrow.
Dues have been set at one dollar, All junior women who are inter-
and are compulsory for all women of ested in working on the costume
the sophomore class. The drive for committee for the Junior Girls play,
the collection of dues ends Friday. 'Take It from There', are asked to
The dues will be used to finance attend a meeting at 4 p.m. EWT (3
Soph Cabaret, which is to be present- p.m. CWT) in the JGP ofice in the
ed later this spring. The Cabaret League.
will take over the entire second floor *
of the League and is a social project The make-up committee for the
of the class which will need the back- play will be at 5 p.m. EWT (4 p.m.
ing of every coed member. All soph- CWT) today in the same office.
omore women are urged to support Those juniors who are interested
the Cabaret actively as well as finan- in working on the committee, but
cially by volunteering to help work on have not as yet signed up should call
one of the Cabaret's various com- Cam Fisher, co-chairman, at 2-2591.
mittees.* *
Any coed interested in committee The choral group will practice at
work may call Alice Miller, general 5 p.m. EWT (4 p.m. CWT) today in
chairman, at 23225. For further in- the rehearsal room of the League,
formation concerning the class dues according to Anne Crossley and Ma-
Betty Lou Bidwell, finance chairman, saka Ono, co-chairman of the chorus.
may be contacted at 22591. The singers will also meet at 8:30

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Interviewing Today
Members of Assembly Council will
interview coeds petitioning for coun-
cil positions for next fall from 3 p.m.
to 5 p. m. EWT (2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
CWT) today and tomorrow in the
Kalamazoo Room of the League.
The interviewing sign-up sheet 'is
posted on the Assembly box in the
Undergraduate Office of the League,
and all women who are petitioning
are asked to sign up for their inter-
viewing times. Tomorrow is the final
day for Assembly interviewing.

p.m. EWT (7:30 p.m. CWT)
row and at 5 p m. EWT{
CWT) in the same room.

tomor-
(4 p.m.

An junior interested in working on
the program committee should call
Carol Evans, program chairman, at
2-3279.
More than $460 has been collected
JG Play, according to Mary Bartley,
secretary.
INVEST I N VICTORY

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BEGINS WITH YOU ... Plan now to give to the United Nation-
al lothing Collection for the destitute in berated areas.
WANTED... 150,000,000 pounds of clean, serviceable clothing,
shoes and bedding. Ann Arbor has hundreds of tons stowed
away in attics, cellars, storage chests. Some of it must be
HAVE Y UR CONTRIBUTION READY for the city-wide
curb collection next Thursday, April 19th... or take it to the
Fourth XWard polling place in the Armory anytime between
8 A. and 5 P.M., April 16th through the 21st

UNITED

ATIONAL

CLTHI

COLLECTION

frreief

HENRY J. KAIS, National Chairman

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