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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 194j

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Held Nov.29 in League

Outstandrg Gotham Opera
Independents Chorus Strikes
o Be HonoredRKE Nov.)n
Opera Chorus today halted a rehear-
Annual Program Will Feature sal of "Romeo and Juliet" to walk out
of the opera house in protest against
Newcomb as Guest Speaker the suspension of one of their mem-
bers, tenor Anton Schubel, by their
Assembly Recognition Night will be union, the American Guild of Musi-
presented at 8 p. in., November 29 in cal Artists, Inc. (AFL).
the League Ballroom, Ellen Hill, The choristers said they would not
chairman, said today. return until Schubel was permitted
With the theme, "Assembly to sing again. No reason for his sus-
Launches Into a New Year," all out- pension was announced.
standing independent women on cam- The suspension and walkout cul-
pus will be honored at this annual minated a dispute between the chor-
event. The history of Recognition isters and the AGMA. The singers
Night dates back to peace-time when claimed that they were "locked out,"
an annual Assembly Dinner was given but added they had no argument with
to honor outstanding independent the Metropolitan Opera Association
women in activities and scholarship. or any other employe of the opera
This will be the third year that As- house.
sembly Recognition Night has taken Jack Petrill, publicity agent for
the place of the Assembly Banquet. the chorus, said the AGMA had told
Newcomb To Speak the Metropolitan of Schubel's sus-
Dr. Theodore M. Newcomb of the pension and asked that he not be
sociology department will be the guest permitted to sing. Petrill added that
speaker. Prof. Newcomb recently re- the Metropolitan could do little ex-
turned to the university to resume his cept accede to the Guild order.
professorial duties after four months --- ------o
in Germany where he helped to di- V j. .
rect a study of morale being made o1unteer H ospita l
for the War Department. The sub-
ject of Mr. Newcomb's speech will Workers To Meet
be announced later.
The Assembly Song will be sung For Soph Project
by all the Independent coeds led by .
Mosako Ono and several members of Soph Project will hold an orienta-
the Women's Glee Club. Following tion meeting for all those interested
the group sing there will be a pres- in doing volunteer work at Univer-
entation of cholarship awards by Ira sity Hospital at 7:30 p. m. today in
M. Smith, Registrar. Nora McLaugh- Room 2432 of the hospital.
lin, president of the League Council, Soph project hopes that as manya
will then present War Activities girls as possible will come to the
Awards. meetings, as volunteers are still need-
Honor Societies ed. Two meetings are being held so'
For the benefit of Independent that those unable to attend one may_
Women who are not acquainted with go to the other. Hours, uniforms, and
the honorary societies on campus for regulations will be explained at the
Independent Women, Ann Schutz will meetings. .
present a short "Information Please" Volunteers must work four hours ad
address explaining membership in week for at least three months. Theyi
Mortar Board, Senior Society, and may choose their hours, and, when-
Wyvern. Following Miss Schutz's ad- ever possible, the location in which
dress there will be group singing of they will work.
favorite Michigan tunes. -__ -_n
Judy Pregerson, chairman of the 'U' Directors Attendp
ticket committee, announced that i
tickets will go on sale tomorrow. Com- A umnae eeti ngs
mittee members will contact all in-
dividual rooms in the dorms and resi- the University, and Mrs. Lucille B. 4
dents of smaller houses buy their tick- Conger, executive secretary of the 1
ets immediately. There is a limited Alumnae Council, attended a dinner fl
number of tickets, and the ticket in- meeting of Michigan alumnae at 6:30 :
cludes admission and also refresh- p.m. Monday in Lansing.
ments_Dean Alice C. Lloyd will attend a
meeting of the College Club of Chi-a
For Peace and Prosperity- cago tomorrow, when she is to speak
Buy Victory Bonds to the group about women's activi- e
ties on the Michigan campus. t
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Soph Cabaret
To Be Financed
By Class Dues

Juniors' Dues
Will Be Paid
Friday has been announced as the
!deadline for the payment of class

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dues by all junior women.
Members of Dance Chorus, Junior Girls Play tryouts and the
Cabaret Floorshow Announce choosing of committees cannot begin
until all the dues are in. It is impera-
Committee Positions Are Ope tive that the dues are fully paid this
week, because until they are, it is
Collections of sophomore class dues impossible to go ahead with JGPlay
s begun in all campus women's according to Eleanor Stewart, treas-
idences, with women having one urer of the play.
ek in which to pay dues to members Dues should be paid to house treas-
the Soph Cabaret finance commit- urers. A booth will be open from 3
p.m. to 5 p.m. every day this week in
Letters explaining the purpose and the League lobby so that women liv-
nner of collecting the dues have ing in unorganized houses may pay
n sent to the presidents of all co- their dues.
ities, dormitories, and converted Tryouts for the play will begin next
ternities. Finance committee rep- week, and committees will be chosen
entatives will further explain the at the same time. Tryouts and pros-
ns of the sophomore women in pre- pective committee members should
iting Soph Cabaret. bring the receipt for the payment of Cbrttercusadeiiiiycrswt

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By LOIS KELSO
THISIS NOVEMBER, the month of opportunity. My horoscope (twenty-
five cents at all drug stores and cosmetic counters) says so. It said nice
things about all the other months, too.
There are many opportunities all over campus awaiting the University
coed. The Michigan woman is launching an all-out drive before the Michi-
gan man gets his guard up, with open houses gaping threateningly in every
direction.
PERHAPS THE BIGGEST opportunity that November brings the Mich-
igan woman is that of enriching her college experience, gaining prac-
tical experience in cooperation and. leadership and broadening her view-
point, unquote, by getting into activities.
The League is having petitioning and interviewing for all sorts of
things. Those who work at the League file things and talk to people on
the telephone. If they are really good at it, they get Big League positions.
People with big League positions talk to people on the telephone and know
everybody that works at the League.
WORKING ON THE DAILYxis fun too. Those who work on the Daily miss
dinner once a week working night desk and talk to people on the
telephone. Those who show exceptional ability get to be editors. Editors
get paid, and besides, they know everybody that works on The Daily.
WAA members gets lots of exercise and know everybody on WAA. Those
work on the 'Ensian pile up lots of activity hours for their sorority, and
know everybody who works on the Ensian.
W/ELL, THERE THEY ARE-opportunities you may never meet again, and
all it takes is an eligibility card and a sturdy larynx. Activities keep
you out of mischief, do wonders for your ego and what would the tele'phone
company do without them?

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WAA Notices

Support for their dues and eligibility cards witla
The dues collected will furnish the them when they try out for the play.
main financial support for this The time and place for the tryouts
year's Cabaret, which is to be pre- will be announced in The Daily.
sented December 8 in the League. --
Sophomore women take all responsi-
bilityfor managing, directinand Shirl7ey Hansen
producing Cabaret, which is given for Y
the purpose of uniting sophomore ,
women and also to raise money for W A A
the undergraduate wing of the
League building which is to be built Shirley Hansen, Martha Cook, has
for the exclusive use of undergradu- been appointed treasurer of Women's
ate women and their organizations Athletic Association, it was an-
and activities. nounced yesterday.
Names of those sophomore women The duties of the treasurer consist
who are to have parts in the floor of preparing the annual budget and
show of Cabaret, in acts other than presenting it to the WAA Board. Any
the singing and dancing choruses, requisitions needed by board mem-
were announced yesterday by Bar- bers, or club managers are handled by
bara Lee Smith, Floor show chair- the treasurer.
man. Those who will appear in the Also under the treasurer's jurisdic-
production are Blanche Berger, Pam- tion are the Petty Cash fund and
ela Wrinch, Ann Davis, Clarice Bod- regular account for the WAA Board
heiser, Janice Goodsell, Mary Jane in addition to a special savings ac-
Brender, Shirley Rich, Dorothy Si- count the board has established for
mon. Suzanne Smith, Janet Osgood, a proposed Women's Swimming Pool.
and Rosemary Conner. Miss Hansen is a member of Wy-
The first floor show rehearsal is to Mern, junior women's junior society-
be held at 2 p.m. today in the League, was junior ome jnir cit,
and all those who have been chosen ; was a member of the central commit-
tee of Soph Project, and was ticket
for floor show parts are required to chairman of Panhellenic-Assembly
attend. Ball.
Dancing Chorus-
Jean Bechtel and Nancy Neumann, USO Starts Tra in inc

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The WAA Golf club will hold its
first meeting of the year at 5 p.m. to-
day in the Women's Athletic Build-
ing.
According to Barbara Dewey, golf
manager, no skill is required for club
membership. Any coed interested in
playing golf may join the club, and
nstruction will be provided.
WAA's Archery club will meet at
4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the upstairs
ounge of the WAB to arrange classes
for beginners and more advanced
archers.
The rifle club of the WAA will meet
at 5 p.m. today in Barbour Gym.
Both beginners and those experi-
enced in rifle work are welcome at
he meeting, which is to be the first
of the year. Rifles and ammunition
will be furnished by the club.
All members of the badminton
lub, in charge of Mary Perrone, will
meet at 7:30 p.m. today in Waterman
Gym.
Volleyball schedule will be as fol-
ows:
Wednesday: Mosher III vs. Ann Ar-
or Girls. Mosher I vs. Delta Gamma
it 5:10 p.m. Jordan I vs. Kappa Delta,
,one IV-B vs. Gamma Phi Beta II
t 7:20 p.m. State St. vs. Jordan II,
Uarkley vs. Zone IX-B at 8 p.m.
Thursday: Alpha Xi Delta , vs.
Sigma Delta Tau, Kappa Alpha
heta II vs. Mosher V at 5:10 p.m.
amma Phi Beta I vs. Vaughn II
one V-B vs. Vaughn III at 7:20 p.m.
tockwell I vs. Cousins, Stockwell II
s. Zone VIII-B at 8 p.m.
The first formal party of the year
will be given Saturday night in honor
f the heads of the Army and Navy
nits on campus. An orchestra will
rovide the music and the dance will
e carbaret style.

who have been appointed as dancing
co-chairmen, announced the names
of those who were chosen from soph
women trying out for places in the
dancing chorus. The list of dancers
includes Jean Eddy, Janet Osgood,
Sally Stamats, Sue Taylor, Barbara
Gibsen, Dorothy Goppelt, Jean Pet-
tigrew, Audrey Lawrence, Lois Cal-
vin, Rita Kollman, Charlotte Leach,
and Betty AschenBrenner.
Miss Bechtel has announced that
the first rehearsal for the dance
group is scheduled for 7:30-p.m. to-
day in the League, and that all dan-
cers chosen for Carbaret are expected
to be present.
Positions Open
Jean Gringle, general chairman of
Cabaret, has announced that posi-
tions on many of the Carbaret com-
mittees are still open to eligible
sopohomres.
Cards are available in the Under-
graduate office of the League for
coeds who wish to sign for any of the
committees listed below. The cards
should be placed in the Soph Ca-
baret box in the office. A resume of
the work of committee members is
also included.
An important meeting of the
pi"blicity committee for Assembly
Recognition Night wil be held to-
day at 5 p. m. in the undergradu-
ate offices of The League, Dolores
Massey, chairman, announced yes-
terday.

Panhel Registration
To Continue Today
Registration for Informal rushing
will continue from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
today and tomorrow in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
Open to all second semester fresh-
men, transfers, and upperclassmen,
the first rushing parties will take
place Friday.
A small registration fee will be
charged, and since a 'C' average is re-
quired of all those participating in
informal rushing, an eligibility card
is also requimed.
Those houses who plan to partici-
pate in the informal rushing are
Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Delta Pi,
Alpha Omicron Pi, Delta Delta Delta,
Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Xi Delta, and
Chi Omega.
Coed Tutors Needed
The merit-tutored committee needs
girls to tutor, starting after the five
week grades are out.
Any coed interested must have re-
ceived a grade of "A" in the course or
courses she wishes to tutor within
the last calendar year. Grades of
"B" are acceptable if the mark was
received in a major. She should leave
her name and the subject or subjects
in which she is able to tutor on a
slip of paper and leave it in the Un-
dergraduate Office in the League, in
Dona Guimaraes' box. Tutors receive
75 cents per hour for tutoring.

Sizes 9-15
25.00

Chairmen of all League commit-
tees must turn in announcements
of their meetings to Jane Strauss,
secretary, by 4 p. m. every Monday,
so that the announcements will
appear in the League newspaper.
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Breakfast
Club!
SNACK BAR
OPEN at 8
through the
holiday
shopping season

Of New Hostesses
The USO started off the week's ac-
tivities with an orientation class for
all new girls who have been accepted
as junior hostesses at 7 p.m. yester-
day.
Mrs. Bern Breitmayer, director, and
her assistants, Miss Mary Maurice
and Miss Madeline Ardner, ac-
quainted the girls with the rules,
their duties, and the building.
The usual informal dance will be
held Friday night, and after the game
Saturday a Coffee Hour for soldiers
from Percy Jones Hospital has been
planned.

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