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JAN, x , 1945

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FVE

WAA To Hold Rec-Rally Today
In Waterman, Barbour Gyms

Resort Clothes
Shown 'Midst

Union Dances
Will Be Held
Layton To Play New Tunes;
Judy Ward WHIl Be Featured

Orchestra To Play
For Square Dancing
Continuing its policy of present-
ing a Rec-Rally at least once a seme-
ster, the WAA Board will sponsor
the first Rec-Rally of the year from
':30 p.m. to 11 p.m. today in Water-'
man and Barbour Gym.
Highlight of the evening will be
square dancing in Waterman Gym
to an old fashioned Grange orche-
stra with the calls of the dances done
by Mr. Howard Leibee of the De-
partment of Physical Education for
Men. The square dancing will begin
at 8:30 p. m. and continue until 10
Directions Will Be Given'
It is not necessary to know how'
to do the steps of the dances, as they1
will be illustrated by Mr. Leibee and
the specific directions given.'
Sports at the R.ec-Dally begin at'
7:30 p. s. tand will consist of deck
tennis, shuffleboard, pingpong, bad-
minton and volley ball. Badminton
will be played in 'Waterman gym
prior to the dancing, and after it,
while volley ball will be played dur-l
ing the entire evening in BarbourI
Gy. .Those wishing to play volley-
ball must wear rubbersoled shoes.
The other sports will be played
in the Correctives room of Barbour
Gym and for those enthusiasts of;
less strenuous sports, bridge will con-I
tinue through the evening in theI
Dance Studio. Equipment will bel
furnished for all of the sports. A
snall admission charge will be made.
Army, Navy Invited
Army and Navy men, as well as
coeds and civilians are especially in-
vited to atteend, and the WAA Board
wishes to stress the fact that the
Rec Rally is not strictly a date af-
fair. Coeds may attend with their
friends and should feel free to par-1
ticipate in the various activities offer-r
ed even though they do not have
dates.t
In charge of the Rec Rally is Jean
Gaffney, who is assisted by Martha
Swimming Club
Announces New
Co Md embers
New members for 'Neptunes' Daugh-
ters' the advanced section of the
Swimming Club have been announc-
ed, according to Rita Auer, presi-,
dent of the WAA Club.
The coeds chosen are Pat Daniels,
Ann Robinson, De Lynn Leverett,
Jean Tanner, Barbara Wallace, Joan
Buchmaster, Sue Whitman, Nancy
Kaye, Rose Romanelle, Betty Poch-
ert, Audrey Strauss and Nancy Gil-
lette.
The advanced swimming club meets
at 10:15 a. m. tomorrow in the Union
Pool, while the intermediate Club
meets at 10:45 a. m. New and pros-
pective members for the intermediate
section are cordially invited to at-
tend the meeting.
INVEST IN VICTORY'

Winter

Snows,

Allen, equipment, Alene Loeser, per-
sonnel, Pat Daniels, checking, Bar-
bara Wallace and Dona Guimaraes,
publicity.
Nine Positions
Are Now Open
OnJunior Play
Beginning Monday and continuing
through Saturday, Jan. 20, petitions
for theposition of assistant chair-
man and for the heads of the many
committees on JG Play may be turn-!
ed in to the Undergraduate office in
the League.
The duties of the assistant chair-
man will be to help Fran Goldberg,
chairman of the event, to organize
and produce the play. The position
will entail much work and responsi-
bility. The other positionis available
are those of chairman for the pro-
gram, publicity, tickets, make-up,
properties, scenery, and ushers com-
mittees. A director is also needed
for the play.
Annual Tradition
JG play is a tradition of long-j
standing on the campus. It is given j
annually in the spring by junior
women for the purpose of honoring
graduating seniors.
Only junior women are eligible to
petition for these posts. Petitions!
may be had in the undergrad office,±
and interviewing will be held by JGP;
central committee the week begin-
zing Monday, Jan. 22.
Ideas Needed
Petitions will be judged on the
basis of experience, organization, andI
originality of ideas. Each petition 1
should contain some new ideas as
to the central theme of the play.
This year's play must be one that
can be divided easily into skits,
chapters, or episodes; but there must;
be a continuous theme or plot run-
ning through all of them.
In addition to the heads of the
committees, women who can act,
sing, or dance should fill out slips
which are provided in Miss Ethel
MacCormick's office in the League.
Women who would like to work on'
any of the committees are asked to
fill out these slips too.
Wyvern To Sponsor
Tea in Hussey Room

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HONORED at Assembly Recognition Night Wednes lay were 1VIarge II
Altman, '45, of Stockwell, and Claire Macauley, '46, of Martha Cook
etitions Due Coeds Honored
or Judiciary By'Assembly
Marge Hall, president of Women's
n ior Position War Council, and Claire Macaulay,
general chairman of Recognition,
irst-semester seniors and second- Night, were:.recognized for outstand-
ester juniors interested in becom- ing activities, and Nora Altman for
one of the three senior members scholastic achievement at the sec-
he Judiciary Council should hand ond annual Recognition Night held
heir petitions by noon, tomorrow Wednesday. for. all .independent
the Undergraduate Office of the women.
gue, according to Natalie Mat- In dditi the' tiviti o
, president of the council. n ad ion to he act ies on
orothy Pugsley, Alpha Chi Ome- War Council, Miss Hall has been a
is graduating this semester and member of the women's staff of The
ing this vacancy for a senior Michigan Daily and the Women's
nber. For this reason the posi- Glee Club. She is a member of
will be held for one semester Mortar Board and Senior Society,I
1 new members are chosen in the honorary senior women's societies.
ng. Miss Macauley is Dormitory Chair-
iterviewing will be from 3 p. m. man on JGP, and has been active in
p. m., Monday, in the Council the League Surgical Dressings Unit.
)m of the Undergraduate Office She is a member of Wyvern, junior
ohe League. women's honorary.
The work of the senior member Miss Altman has maintained an
h.i id t all-A record at the University.

By JOAN MERRICH
ALTHOUGH it's still January in Highlighting the week-end enter-
the minds of the general public. tainment calendar will be Union dan-
shivering in heavy galoshes and over- ces from 9 p.m. to midnight tonight
coats, the futurely-minded clothing and tomorrow in the Union Ball-
designers seem to be sweltering in room featuring Bill Layton and his
the heat of June. getting out their he
resort models. or aheytra.
SINCE IT IS the resort fashions A variety of hit tunes has been
that set the styles for the coming promised by Layton and these will
summer's fashions, the designers feel include "Don't Take Your Love from
that the extra effort expended on the Me" and the popular, "Don't Fence.
mid-season clothes will pay them Me In." Requests from weekly dance-
back by having the popular garment goers for old favorites will also be
[all, '45, of Martha Cook, Nora become a trend' for the summer, played as well as Michigan's tradi-
. THIS SEASON, the designers have I tional songs.
-- one to South America for their in- In addition, "Too Late," a smooth
4 spirations. Seranno fashions, of
rough weave cotton, taken from h une composed by Ruth Wolkowsky,
C oeds N eeded peasant clothes worn by the eru-b
vians are an example of the new '45, will be presented by the orches-
For V o I unteers lines. Long shirts, not unlike night- tra. The number, which is rapidly
}-! shirts, but sotr are wr with a;cthn hold, was written by Miss
pair of short dark-colored shorts. Wolkowsky and Miss Fisher last year
By C hildare The sleeves of the blouse are long, nd was introduced to the campus at
By C i I d C ar and with the brief shorts, give the one of the December Union dances.
'all covered up but the legs' look that
More coeds are needed to help in is fashion's dictate this spring. Some Occupying the spotlight at to-
the nurseries for the children of the of these shirts have colorful smock- night d wl be o ler,
defense workers, according. to Jean iga h ek n rudtetr umpetist, who is one of the main-
Pines of the Child Care Central cuffsat the neck and around the stays of the orchestra's brass section.
Committee. Judy Ward, the band's feminine vo-
A new nurseryis being opened, and BARE MIDRIFF bathing suits areI calist, will also be featured.
since most of the help is done by the not a new idea, but this year the Tickets for weekly Union dances
women at the University the need for designers have gone one step far- may be purchased by Union members
more volunteer workers has become ther . . . now afternoon and evening at the Union 'T'ravel Desk and are
acute. The hours of the nursery dresses have the bare waist, that was, limited to one purchase per member.
aue from 4 m. o5:30 p. m. every a few years ago, seen only on the I-- --- -
afternoon of the week, except Sat- beaches. One model in black crepe
urday. has a high neck, draped skirt and is
Supervising the play of the chil- ;'Worn with long black gloves. Demure BL .US.S
dren and giving them an afternoon appearing from the back, it has a
snack, as well as being in charge of bared midriff-in the front. Dress and Sport Styles
the playrooms of the nursery are ONE STRAP bathing suits and l2.25-5,95 ,
the duties of the volunteers. All play dresses are another new line.
coeds must be eligible in order to Lime, coral and lemon shantung
volunteer for this work. All those have been fashioned into outfits with
interested are asked to contact Miss one strap on the bodice. A novel HOSIERY
Pines at 24547. feature of the dress is the small
pearl buttons, that outline the strap Sheer, full fashioned hose

will be interviewing cant uates or
League positions and, therefore, she
must have a good understanding of
the activities and have sufficient
time to spend in interviewing," Miss
Mattern said.
In addition to interviewing, the
Council enforces campus regulations,
such as quiet hours, closing hours,
and deliberates cases of probation.
raFin&%ishes.
Naval Cu---rs

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Icy Winter Weather Offers Many
Advantages to Michigan Coeds
By JUDY RADO Im
Have you tried taking advantage erry way to the Arboretum. I
of the snow flurries, icy winds, and you've never glided down a hill and!
zero weather we've been having late- felt the wind blowing on your cheeks
ly? and the snow under your skis, you're;
Instead of complaining and moan- in for a real thrill.
ing over the fate of having to ven- Tobogganing is the ideal cold
ture into the cold, disagreeable out- weather activity for a whole gro'up.
side world, get out and make the best It affords excitement, fini, fresh
of it. air, and grand exercise to all who
indulge.
Take your ice skates out of hi- Even if an evening of studying is
bernation or rent a pair, and get on your schedule, you can use the
out and enjoy a really grand sport. cold temperatures to their best ad-
Not only is skating fun, a real vantage. There is nothing better to
accomplishment, and a contributor wake you up and freshen your mind
to good general health, but it than a brisk walk in the fresh, cold
strengthens the ankles and im- air
proves the figure as well. Before taking advantage of this
For the coed in search of a more winter weather, however, be sure to
strenuous sport there is always ski- bundle up good so you won't sit and
ing. You can rent a pair of skis and shiver while others are having the
poles at the WAB and go on your time of their life.

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AN ALL WHITE and navy blue
resort wardrobe is an idea that might
well be copied. It consists of a navy
blue afternoon dress and coat and aj
white slack suit and play dress, all
of sharkskin. Worn with red ac-
cessories, the outfit has a patriotic
theme, as well as a popular color
combination.

Wyvern, junior women's honorary Elizabeth Ann Draper, who receiv-
society, has invited freshmen on List ed her Bachelor of Science degree
and Alumni scholarshits to a tea in from Michigan, has completed her
the Hussey Room of the League from training as a Navy weather observer
3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow. at the aerographer's school of the
The members of Wyvern and the Naval Air Station at Lakehurst, New
freshman women will become ac- Jersey.

Also, bareleg and meshes
SMARTEST
HOSIERY SHOPPE
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quainted during the first hour, and
then everyone will go down to the
grill for refreshments.
Betsy Perry, '46, who is in charge
of the tea, said, "We are anxious to
meet all the freshmen on these schol-
arships, and our object is to promote
friendliness and understanding be-
tween freshman and junior women."
women."

JERRY EDWARDS and his Orchestra
featuring NAN COOPIER, vocalist
A well-organized band,
popular for Fraternity, Sorority, Clubs, schools
Phone 5930 for single engagement
Currently: Masonic Temple every Saturday night

The school trains sailors, marines,
coast guardsmen and Waves in a
three-month course. Women reser-
vists are assigned to duty at shore
bases, relieving men for sea duty.
The course includes meteorology,
weather codes and mapping, map
analysis, balloon sounding and typ-
mg. In a. weather observatory main-
tained by the school, students stand
watches just as they will do later on
active duty, with expert aerographers
directing their work.
Cook To Have Dance
Martha Cook Building's annual
Winter Formal will be held from 9
p. m. to midnight, tomorrow in the
Blue Room, announced Joanne
James, chairman of the dance.

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