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SUNDAY, JUNE , 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE F IVE

fissembly Organization Builds Plan
For Consolidation of Independents

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Assembly is planning a program
for next year to unify all indepen-
dent women on campus and to ac-
quaint them with their opportunities
in activities.
"Independent Fortnight", a series
of events designed to familiarize in-
dependent women with the purpose
and organization of Assembly, inter-
viewing and petitioning processes,
and all activities, will begin with a
mass rally held on the Monday of
the third week of the fall term. Dean
Alice Lloyd, Miss Ethel MacCormick,
and members of the Assembly Board
will be introduced.
Assembly Board To Visit Houses
During the next two weeks the
Assembly Board will visit every dor-
mitory, auxiliary dormitory and lea-
gue house, presenting talks and skits.
In many instances the residents of

the houses will be combined so there
will be fewer houses to visit.
The climax of Independent Fort-
night will be Recognition Night when
all independents will honor their
classmates who have made outstand-
ing records in scholarship and activi-
ties.
Recognition Night Committee1
Helen Alpert, Assembly president,
recently announced the members of
Central Committee for Recognition
Night. Ellen Hill, Martha Cook, is
General Chairman, while Margery
Harrington, Betsy Barbour, is Assis-
tant Chairman. Publicity will be
handled by Dolores Massey, Stock-
well, while Alice Berberian, Stock-
well, will be program chairman. Fran-
ces Popkins, Stockwell, is finance
chairman, and Margaret Thompson,
Stockwell, is in charge of patrons.
Dorothy Wilhelm, Betsy Barbour,

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is in charge of arrangements, assis-
ted by Carmelita Fisher, Betsy Bar-
bour. Judith Pregerson of Tappan
House is Ticket Chairman, and
Shirley Hansen, Martha Cook, is in
charge of War Activity awards, with
Norma Coppersmith on her commit-
tee. Sarah Simons, Stockwell, will
handle Scholarship awards. Doris
Trimpeter and Betty Rosenblum are
member of the Ticket committee.
At Recognition Night an appren-
tice speaker will be heard, Wyvern,
Mortarboard, and Senior Societies
will present skits, and Senior Society
will tap new members. This will be
the only all-independent affair spon-
sored by Assembly, and it is hoped
that every independent woman on
campus will attend.
Membership Cards Added
In order to give women tangible
evidence of their membership in As-
sembly, membership cards will be
introduced, and the Assembly song
will be used more extensively next
year.
Assembly plans for new social ac-
tivities next year include league
house dances, intra-dormitory par-
ties, bridges, and teas.
"We have an enthusiastic Board
for next year and each one of us is
willing to work very hard toward
making Assembly a strong and active
organization of which every inde-
pendent can be proud, but an organi-
zation is only as strong and active
as its members," Helen Alpert, As-
sembly president, said.
"If all independents give us their
full support and cooperation, we
promise them the best year Assembly
has ever had," Miss Alpert concluded.
Doctoral Graduate
Represents China
At San Francisco
A Michigan graduate, Dr. Wu Yi-
Fang, is the only woman member of
t'he Chinese delegation to the current
San Francisco conference.
Dr. Wu and another Michigan
alumna, Mrs. Arthur H. Vanden-
berg (Hazel Whittaker, '06) have
been entertained by the Michigan
and Smith college alumnae clubs of
Berkely, Calif., since the start of the
conference, which Mrs. Vandenberg
is attending with her husband, Sen.
Arthur H. Vandenberg ('01-'02, L).
D . Wu, who is president of Gin-
ling college in China, received her
M. A. and Ph. D. degrees from the
University in 1924 and 1928 respect-
ively. Since the beginning of the
war, the students of Ginling have
moved their school more than 15,000
miles by bus, boat, truck, and foot,
into the interior, where the school
has carried on its work under Dr.
Wu's supervision.
Musical To Be Held
By Mu Phi Epsilon
Mu Phi Epsilon will hold a formal
musical at 8 p.m. EWT Tuesday in
the home of Mrs. E. Blythe Stason of
Hermitage Road.
At that time the new officers of
the sorority will be installed. Par-
ticipating in the program will be
Rene Kaufman, flutist; Phyllis Craw-
ford, soprano; and Beverly Solorow,
pianist.
Veterans Promoted
FORT CUSTER, Mich., June 2-(IP)
-Promotion of 1,244 privates, all
overseas veterans now patients at the
Percy Jones hospital center here, to
the rank of private first class was
announced Saturday by Brig. Gen.
Joseph E. Bastion, commanding gen-
eral.

Crop and Saddle
Closes Season
By Horseshow
Awards Presented for Eight
Events at Club Activity;
Bridling, Saddling Race Held
Climaxing the 1944-45 season of
Crop and Saddle activities, an an-
nual horseshow open to the public
was held by the group yesterday at
Golfside Riding Stable.
Eight events were presented and
these were open only to members of
Crop and Saddle and the University
Women's Riding Club. In the Pair
Class, Karin Larson and Jean Ack-
erman received first place, Linda Al-
len and Nancy Gillette placed sec-
ond, while Jane Woodward and Bar-
bara Brady receied third place hon-
ors.
Walk, Trot, Canter Awards
In the Walk, Trot and Canter
events, first place was awarded to
Emily Peter, Martha Kirkpatrick was
second, Barbara Brady placed third,
and Nancy Gillette received fourth
place.
Jane Woodward was first in the
Women's Horsemanship event, while
Ruth Cimmet placed second; Barbara
Brady third, and Dona Guimares
fourth.
First place in the Crop and Saddle
Trophy race was awarded to Karin
Larson, Nancy Gillette placed sec-
ond, Martha Kirkpatrick was third,
and Emily Peter fourth.
The children's event was won by
Lydia Allen, Gusta Plumer was sec-
ond, Pat Poppins third, and Mary
Bauagh fourth.
Lee Gradolph was awarded a pair
of spurs in recognition of the im-
provement in horsemanship which,
in the opinion of the members of
Crop and Saddle, she had displayed
during the past season.
Dr. Bruce Initiates Award
Initiating a new tradition, Dr.
James Bruce, noted horseman, will
donate a pair of spurs and a crop
which will be awarded each year to
the member of Crop and Saddle who
has shown the most outstanding im-
provement in riding ability. It will
be known as the Dr. Bruce Award.
Preceding the awards, a drill was
held, and following the presentation
of the spurs to Miss Gradolph, women
participated in a Bridling and Sad-
dling Race. First place was won by
Virginia Brady and Dona Guimares,
Nancy Gillette and Emily Peter plac-
ed second, third place was won by
Barbara Brady and Martha Kirk-
patrick, and Karin Larson and Jean
Ackerman were fourth.
Latest Swim Suits
Feature Gay Prints;
Novel Sarong Skirts
"Brief-but-beautiful" is the idea
which has been followed through by
designers in the 1945 parade of bath-
ing suits, and the new models are
perfect for either a swim or a tan
session.
Most of the new suits are two piece
and feature baby pants, diaper-drap-
ed skirts, or a sarong wrapped skirt,
borrowed from South Sea sirens.
Checked and flowered suits are in the
limelight and may be obtained in
such exciting combinations of color
as blue with fuchsia, pink, aqua, or
lime with black, and ice-blue with
royal.
The one piece princess style suit
is still in style for the more con-
servative, and can be found in either
cotton or sharkskin Solid colors
predominate in this type of Wuit and
white or sunshine yellow is especially
attractive. A new one-piecer, how-
ever, is highlighted with bands of
brightly colored print on a white

background.
Faculty Asked to Tea
By Oakwood House
The residents of Oakwood House,
1550 Washtenaw, will hold a tea from
3 p.m. to 6 p.m. EWT today to which
members of the faculty have been
invited.
All plans have been made by the
executive committee headed by Es-
therlou Carlsen, chairman of the tea.
'71eddrng s
r. and a
Engagements
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phelps of East
St. Louis, Ill. have announced the
engagement of their daughter, Mar-
cella, to Ray L. Hanson, A. S., USNR,
son of Mrs. Eudora Hanson.
Miss Phelps is a member of the
class of '46 at the University, and
Seaman Hanson is in the V-12 unit
here.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. George Matthews of
Alpha recently announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Kathryn
to Joseph A. Diana, Jr., son of Mr.
. A. Diana of New Castle, Pa.

Positions Open
On Judiciary
Junior, Senior Women Eligible
For Summer Council Posts
Women who will be here for the
sixteen weeks summer school and
who will have either junior or senior
status are eligible to petition for
membership on the Judiciary Coun-
cil for the summer term only.
Petitions are due at noon tomorrow
in the Undergraduate Office of the
League, and interviewing will be from
3 p. m. to 5 p. m. (EWT) Tuesday
in the Council room.
The duties of Judiciary Council for
the summer will be to check sign-out
sheets and to impose penalties for
infringement of the rules.
The council will be composed of
three members, with one senior act-
ing as chairman and the other two
women as assistants.
Appointment sheets for interview-
ing will be posted Monday in the
Undergraduate Office.
Former 'U' Coed
Joins USO Staff
The USO staff consisting of Mrs.
Dorothy Gebeau and Mrs. Samuel A.
Schreckengaust (Barbara Starr) will
soon be completed with the addition
of Lucy Chase Wright.
Miss Wright, a graduate of the
University, has been doing work in
the University Settlement House at
Eldridge street in New York. While in
attendance at the University, she was
instrumental in organizing the Child
Care project for Willow Run and was
a member of the Women's War Coun-
cil.
Attention servicemen. Drop in and
see the "new" USO Club soon. It's
been completely redecorated.

Voluntary Honor Code To Replace
Contact Rules in Formal Rushing

BEST FOOT FORWARD

Contact rules during the pre-for-
mal rushing period have been com-
pletely abolished, according to a
recent announcement by Nancy Jef-
ford, Panhellenic rushing chairman.
"They were abolished because we
want independent and sorority women,
to have as much free contact as pos-
sible, as much as they normally would
if rushing were non-existent." Miss
Jefford continued.
Because the formal rushing period
will be deferred until the second
semester, all sororities will abide by
an honor system during the first
semester, and this voluntary honor
.code will govern all contact between
sorority women and prospective rush-
ees;
Newly appointed members of the
Panhellenic rushing council include
Rita Kallman, Sigma Delta Tau; Lois
Cothran, Alpha Chi Omega; Lou
Wellman, Zeta Tau Alpha; Monna

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duties immediately on appointment
and are now formulating the rules
which will govern rushing next year.
Officers May Enjoy
USO Club Mondays
Monday night is Officer's night at
'the USO Club, and all officers are
invited to enjoy the facilities of the
Club singly or with their wives or
dates.
Dancing, bridge, ping pong and
badminton are a few of the recrea-
tional enjoyments offered, and the
library and classical music room will
be available to the men and their
guests.

Appointment sheets for inter-
viewing for Soph Cabaret will be
-posted tomorrow in the Under-
graduate Office of the League. All
freshmen women who have peti-
tioned for the project and who
signed for interviews for no defi-
nite time will be interviewed from
1 p. n . to 3 p. m. (EWT) Tues-
day.

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