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JAN'. %,1915

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Top Women
To Be Honored
SBy Assembly
Academic and Activity Honors
To Be Awarded by Ira Smith;
Honor Groups To Give Skits
Replacing the traditional Assem-
bly Banquet, Assembly will honor
top women in activities at Recogni-
tion Night, to be held at 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 10, in the League
Ballroom.
Plaques, certificates, and awards
will honor outstanding scholastic
achievement and activity participa-
tion. Scholastic awards will be made
by Ira Smith, Registrar of the Uni-
versity. A point system has been
worked out whereby different point
values have been assigned for the
various war activities in an effort to
award activity prizes on an equal
basis.
Entries in the Assembly theme
song contest will also be judged, and
the composer of the winning song
will be awarded an engraved plaque.
Admission is free, and tickets for
the dessert which will follow the
program will go on sale in each,
house this week.' The dessert will
consist of coffee, cake, and ice cream.{
Seating in the ballroom will be ar-
ranged according to house, and each
housemother has been asked to at-
tend with her house.
Senior Society and Mortar Board
will present short skits, and Senior
Society will tap.
Assembly Night is the traditional
night on which all independent wo-
men gather together to honor their'
outstanding members. An added
feature this year will be the presen-
tation of the Assembly theme song.;

Women Needed
To Sell Stamps
In Union Lobby
Volunteer war stamp sales women
are needed to operate the new JGP
booth which will be set up in the
lobby of the Union as soon as the
necessary personnel are found.
The booth will be open week days
frome 9 a. mn. to 4 p. in., and one vol-.
unteer is needed for every hour dur-
ing that time. Any woman who sign.,
up will be expected to work at the
booth just one hour a week, but that
must be at a set time.
The Union booth will be the third
one to be set up this year, the other
two being in the League and in An-
gell Hall. Those interested in work-
ing at the booth are asked to cal?
Jean Hotchkins, JGP chairman, at
2-3159.
Dressing Unit,

List of Ushers Coeds in WAA Outing Club Enjoy
For Stage Play Varied Activities in All Weather
Is Announced So Bpopey J be coIlaKig -_
Is me people ay JA pLainngtraction. Exercise this time will con-
Som peplemaybe ompainngsist primarily of a gab) fest, withf
Pat Coulter, '45, head of Personnel, about the cold weather and snovw games and refreshments to i up
recently announced the list of ushers which inevitably comes With the evening.
vent of winter i- this part of the Notoly does the Outing C;iof-
for "Three's A Family." to be pre- country, but the University Women's ' weloes he a uting Cu as-
senteJ Jan. 10 at the Michigan Thea- Outing Club has been welcoing it m n -

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The follwin, girls are included:
Anne Eclic. Lillian l3randts, Claire
Il udesman, Doris Heidgen. Dorothy,
Jefferson, Pegy Kohr, Shirley Ked-
die, Betty McDonald, Mavis Roden,
Carroll Robeits, Nancy Reber, Cindy
Reagan, Gwen Switzer, Audrey Sher-I
idan, Marcia Sharpe, Mary Ann
Savas, Harriet Shinnick, Martha
Seer, Eleanor Searles, Jane Scholes,r
Cora Talbott, Shirley Unger, and
Anita Dumont. The ushers should I
report to the theatre at 7:30 p.m.,
Jan. 10. Late permission has been
secured for the ushers.
In the future, ushers will be noti-
hied from ten days to two weeks in
advwnce.

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LEN1C PR ESTUENT, and Florine Wil-
-ie picturad ntr
j established in order to ,urpt-er better
ogroups. The honrs cre f'rcr 3 to 5
he telephone number is 23251, !is is
ups have had a joint office.

with skis. toboggans. and sleds, as
1 as o0 is
Early in the seinestei,' before the
snows, the coeds had an outdoor
supper on Palmer Field, and tin-can
cookery aided them in turning out a
hearty and welcome meal.
Saturday Will Be Winter Sports Day
Before the Christmas holiday, the
group organized a Winter Sports Day
which consisted of skiing, toboggan-
ing, and sledding in the Arboretum.
They are planning a similar function
to take place Saturday at 2 p. ,m.,
weather permitting. All sports equip-
ment is furnished by WAB, and the
women furnish enthusiasm in large
quantities.
In addition, the group is planning
an informal "get-together" at WAB,
with a blazing fire as an added at-
Honoring the January class of
Co. A the USO will hold a Chili
Party today from 8 to 11 p.m.
Though the party will be in
honor of this particular class which
will leave the University of Michi-
gan campus on Jan. 8, all military
personnel is cordially invited to
attend-.

books, c e'hope-
Plans Include Hostel Trip
Winter sports are not the only in-
terest qf the Outing Club and this is
evidenced by their plans for the
spring which include a Youth Hostel
bike trip to Saline Valley.
The group consists of from twenty
to thirty girls interested in outdoor
sports and is sponsored by WAA and
headed by Lee Wellman, '46.
FilIms On Sports
Shown at WAB
Kodachrome movies of sports ac-
tivities on campus were shown today
at 9 a.m. in the ballroom of the
WAB at the first meeting of the
Physical Education Club.
Eleanor M. Mellert, '46, took the
movies during the summer term on
campus. The club, composed of phy-
sical education majors and faculty
members of the Physical Education
Department foi* Women, analyzed
the movies as possible visual aids
in teaching the various sports.

coor'dn ?n tw"ee tie two
Opens Today the first time a the two
Reopening of the Michigan League
Surgical Dressing Unit at 1 p. m. to-
day was announced by Harriet Fishel, i- liv lNfccc
chairman of the unit.
The Unit, located in the Kalamazoo ' VAD All
Room of the League, will be open f
frm 1 p. m. to i p. m. every Wednes-
day, Thursday, and Friday. All vol- Coeds are urgently needed to
unteers are requested to wear cotton up pins in the TAB bowling al
blouses and no nail polish. which are scheduled to be open f
Competition between women's res- 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. every Mon
idences will continue as before and it through Friday, as soon as there
is essential that all volunteers take enough pinsetters.
great care in signing in and out at Pinsetters will have free bow
the Unit. Hours are tabulated on a privileges. Anyone interested she
percentage method. call Dorothy Flint, 23225, imm
"Last year the girls displayed fine ately. Volunteers are asked to
enthusiasm, and it is hoped that in up for one hour a week and kee
this new year even more will contrib- during the entire semester.
ute to this essential work," Miss "We want to open the alleys
Fishel stated. are unable to Jeause of the lac.
pinsetters, and it vi be to the co

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The beginning of a new year . .
one New Year's resolution which
would be fun to keep is that of treat-
ing yourself to a new white wool
dress. Winter white wool dresses are
in the fashion spotlight for 1945. It's
not the dazzling chalk white of the
summer collections, but the soft off-
white shade so flattering and easy to
wear, in simple yet decorative wool
materials like jersey, rabbit's hairI
wool, and serge . . . with a fewI
smooth gabardines for extra interest.R
White Light . . . who's the gal
the guys have an eye for? The
coed in dazzling white! The coed
in one of the two-piece dresses
with the gilt-stroked wuilting dec-
orating the three-juarter length
sleeves and plunging neckline. The
sheath top pulls down, down over
the all-around pleated skir. 1akes
a perfect contrast under winter
coats of fur or fabric.j

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own advantage to volunteer," Miss
Flint, '46, Bowling manager, said.
Sororities To Fete'
Veterans at Dinners,
Followed by Game
Wounded %etrans from the Battle
Creek Percy Jones Hospital will be
entertained Friday night at informal
dinners and then will go to the bas-
ketball game, according to Peg Lau-
bengayer, Panhellenic president.
Houses who will entertain the men
are to be: Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Delta Gamma, Delta- Delta Delta,
Alpha Delta Pi and Alpha Gamma
Delta. This is the third in the Pan-
hellenic-sponsored series of dinners
for the veterans.

glitter with golden nailheads and
gilded trapunto petals. Flip bows
invite eyes to your figure 8 waist, and
the three-auarter length sleeves in-
vite bracelets.
All of the dresses are made in
sinile straight line silhouettes.
Some of them have short sleeves I
including the new wide kind that
end about three inches below the
shoulders. Others end around the
elbow and a very few are cut in
what is called bracelet length.
Skirts are made with side fulness,
clustered tucks, or simple gathered
sections held with a narrow band
belt so as to keep the additional
fullness fiat at each side and the
front smooth. Most of the belts are
of the dress material, but made so
that they can be easily removed in
favor of very decorative dressy belts.
Necklines are high but flattering.
The contrasts are cleverly obtained
with new and unusual designs in
braid, embroidery, and dressmaker
details like bands, scrolls, and appli-
qued designs.
Lloyd Coffee Hour
To Be Held Friday
Dean Alice Lloyd will hold a coffee
hour for transfer students Friday,
from 4:30 to 5:30, in the League. and
all transfer girls are urged to come
and meet Dean Lloyd informally.
Following a short talk by Dean
Lloyd, the new girls will participate
in an open discussion. presenting
their questions and problems which
they have encountered as transfer
students on campus.
The number of the room will be
posted on the bulletin board in the
League. All transfer orientation ad-
visors are asked to notify their
groups.

Thursday
Friday
Saturday

.ON ALL WINTER STOCK
1.3 Off on All WINTER COATS
20% Of on All SUITS'

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you sport the dress which is

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Two girls are urgently needed to
work in the dining room of the
League from 12 p. in. to 2 p. i. ev-
ery day. Anyone who is interestedI
should see Mrs. Clark in the Man-
ager's office.

20% Off on LANZ ORIGINALS
10% Off on SLACKS,

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BLOUSES, SWEATERS,
and RAINCOATS

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Buy War Bonds and KEEP Them!

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day. The next tea
4 p. m. to 6 p. m.
uary 10.

Ruthven Tea to-
will be held from
Wednesday, Jan-

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A Splendid Chance
to save dollars on your
Wardrobe needs:
Because our half-yearly Clear-
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Winter's Success Fashions-
long-term clothes with seasons
of wear.
Included are casual coats,
chesterfields, removable lining
coats, suits, dresses, jumpers,
reversibles, slacks, slack suits,
skirts,
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