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Final Tryouts for Soph Cabaret
Dancing Chorus WilI Be Today
Final tryouts for the dancing chorus office indicating name, address, phone
of Soph Cabaret will be held from 3 number, and committee preference,
p. m. to 4:30 p. m. today in the and then put the card in the Soph
League. Cabaret box so that it may be given
Nancy Neumann and Jean Bechtel, to the committee chairman.
All those working on Cabaret must
dancing co-chairmen, have reopened present eligibility cards, if they have
tyrto f theor show i of Ci a not already done so. These are to be
ret. The dancers are to appear along signed by the eligibility chairman, a
with the singing chorus and those member of her committee.
sophomores who have been chosen
for work in the specialty acts. H illel Holds Annual
Class Dues Needed Me mbe rsh ip Drve
Cabaret, which is to be presented Drive
on Saturday, December 8, in the The Hillel Membership Drive which
League, will be financed by the class began Tuesday will continue until
dues from all sophomore women on b Tuesday wlconting til
campus. The finance committee mem- 5 p.m. Wednesday, according to the
bers will visit every sorority, dormi- chairmen in charge of the drive.
tory, and league house before Tues- In the past over 90% of the Jewish
day to collect the dues of one dollar students on campus have joined the
from each soph woman. organization, and it is hoped this
For women living in private homes year to do even better.
who have no other way of paying New activities are being planned,:
their dues, a booth will be set up including a spring formal, various
from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. Monday and discussion groups, concerts, cost sup-
Tuesday in the League lobby by Jo pers, lectures, and fireside discus-
Reuland, assistant chairman of the sions.
finance committee.
Positions Open To welcome the new Latin Ameri-
Several Soph Cabaret committees can students on campus this fall, the
are still open to eligible sophomores. Latin American Society will hold a
These include decorations, costumes, dance and reception from 8 to 12 p.m.
eligibility, and others which are post- tomorrow, in the auditorium of St.
.ed on the bulletin board in the Under- Mary's Catholic Chapel.
graduate Office of the League. Coeds The dance is open to all members
wishing to work on these committees and friends of the Society. Refresh-
should sign one of the cards in the ments will be served.

Sale of Tickets
For Recognition
Night To Continw
Sale of tickets for Assembly Recog-
nition Night, which will be held at
8 p.m. Thursday, in the League Ball-
room, will continue until next week
Judy Pregerson, chairman of the
ticket committee, announced today.
Because of the limited number of
tickets all coeds are encouraged to
buy their tickets immediately. A
member of the ticket committee will
contact all dorms and league houses,
Miss Pregerson continued.
Dr. Newcomb Speaks
Dr. Theodore M. Newcomb of the
sociology department, who has re-
cently returned from Germany, will
be the guest speaker at the Assembly
Recognition program.
The publicity committee headed by
Dolores Massey will present skits in
the dorms and league houses begin-
ning Tuesday, Nov. 20 and continuing
until November 26.
Assembly Recognition Night is
given annually to honor outstanding
independent women in scholarship
and extra curricular activities done in
the preceding year.
Central Committee To Meet
Ellen Hill, chairman of the Recog-
nition Night, announced today that
there will be a meeting of the central
committee at 3:30, Monday, Nov. 19
in the League. The central commit-
tee includes Margery Harrington, as-
sistant chairman; Dolores Massey,
publicity chairman; Margaret
Thompson, in charge of patrons;
Dorothy Wilhelm, decoration's chair-
man; Frances Popkins, finance direc-
tor; Sarah Simons, head of scholar-
ship awards; Shirl Hansen, chairman
of war activity awards' and Alice
Berberian, chairman of programs.
WAA Notices
The Ballet Club will meet at 4 p.m.
today in the dance studio of Barbour
* * *

Social Events
To Be Given
This Weekend
Many campus organizations are
'ponsoring varied social functions this
Pi Beta Phi, Kappa Alpha Theta,
Delta Gamma, Zeta Tau Alpha, and
Alpha Omicron Pi sororities will
hold open house after the Purdue
game tomorrow, as will Beta Theta
Pi fraternity. Stockwell Hall, l\Iosh-
er Hall, and White House. All
friends, servicemen, and veteran
are invited to these events.
Friday Chi Omega and Kappa Del-
a sororities will hold open house
prom 8 p. m. to midnight, while Ged-
les House will hold one from 7:30
. m. to 10:30 p. m., Victor Vaughn
from 7:30 p. m. to 12 p. m., and Cy
Adams House from 7 p. m. to 11 p. m.
Zimmer League House will hold open
house from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. on Sun-
Phi Chi fraternity will hold a
dance Friday. Phi Delta Theta,
Zeta Beta Tau, Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Theta
Delta Chi, Sigma Chi, Sigma Al-
pha Mi, Pi Lambda Phi, Phi Rho
Sigma and Chi Phi fraternities
will hold dances Saturday night.
The Latin American Society will
hold a dance reception.
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority will
hold an informal party for veterans
Saturday night. Alpha Tau Omega
fraternity will also hold a party at
this time, while Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma is having a house party Saturday
and Sunday.

League Library Offers Restful
Chairs, New Books, Magazines

Coeds Needed
For Tutoring

r [HE LIBRARY in the Womens'I
League is undergoing a slow but
sure change for the better, and soon
every woman on campus will be able
to take advantage of what it has to
This library was set up originally
by a grant to be a browsing library,
but this year the committee, under!
the direction of Jane Strauss together
with Judy Rado, Lois Cathran, and
Barbara Staffer, plans to systematize
the books in a way similar to the ar-
rangement in the general library.
IN ADDITION to the books already
on the shelves there, the library
will contain general reference books
for all courses and will have in stock
the same books on reserve in Angell
Hall Study Hall. Books for the vari-
ous courses will be placed on sepa-
rate shelves for the students' conve-
nience. Fiction, fine arts and music,
and English and foreign language dic-
tionaries will be on their own shelves
ANOTHER new feature will be a
rental shelf containing many of
the new and interesting books. These
books will be lent to students at the
rate of five cents a day. The money
collected will pay for these books, and
as soon as they are paid for they will
be put on the regular shelves. New
books will then be bought with 'the

Coeds wishing to tutor under the
also planning to set up displays fea- auspices of the League TutorialSys-
turing the new books. tem may sign up beginning tomorrow
A SHEET will be posted in the Un- in the Undergraduate Office of the
dergraduate Office of the League League.
for the coeds to list any books or Tutors are needed for all subjects
types of books wanted, offered by the University, and those
who sign up are especially asked to
THE LEAGUE Library welcomes all put the number of the course in
women students. Large chairs, which they wish to instruct. Slips
tables, and lamps add not only to its for the tutors will be found in the
comfort, but also to its atmosphere Merit Tutorial Box, and they should
and charm. Many of the current be returned there after completion.
magazines can also be found there Requirements for tutoring are: A

for the students' convenience.
_POR THE coed who may be wishing
for a quiet, restful place on cam-
pus in which to study, read, or browse,
the League Library will prove to be
the answer to her prayers.
Collars for Coeds
Latest fad to hit the campus in-
volves the identification bracelets that
so many coeds are sporting.
Now, in addition to wearing them
in gold and silver profusion around
the wrists, women are wearing them
around their necks. The method is
simple-two of the favorite brace-
lets, linked together-like a dog.

grade of 'A' in the course taken within
the last calendar year, or a grade
of 'B' in the course if it is in the
tutor's major .
The tutoring service will begin aft-
er the five weeks grades are out, and
will continue during the semester
until two weeks before examinations.
Women wishing to be tutored may
sign up at five weeks time.
A coed may sign up for as many
courscs as she wishes to tutor, and
she will be paid seventy-five cents
per hour of tutoring.
Let', Finish the Job-Buy
Victory Bonds

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University Women's Riding Club
will meet at 4 p.m. today at Barbour
All League house zone managers
will meet at 4 p.m. Tuesday in the
League Grill.
WAA's Outdoor Sports club will
hold its first meeting of the season at
8 a.m. Sunday in front of WAB.
The group will have breakfast at
the Island and the affair is open to
any interested persons in addition to
members of the club. Reservations
must be made before Saturday with
Lee Wellman, chairman, at 3018.
All Community Fund envelopes
that have been distributed to the
league houses and sororities are
to be in the League Undergraduate
office by 4:00 p. m. today, Jean
Gaffney, treasurer of the League,
All men on campus, including vet-
erans and service-men, are invited
to an open house at Victor Vaughan
House.from 7:30 to 12 p.m. today.
Dancing in the "Starlight Room"
and musical entprtainment, which
will include popular selections on the
accordian by Helen Sloan, are on the
evening's program.
Dr. Charles A. Fisher, Director of
the University Extension Service, re-
turns this afternoon from Grand
Rapids, where he presided at the 16th
annual Parent Education Institute.

Free Advice Given To Coeds
Nho Are Charming, Chubby
By JOYCE JOHNSON(sion. With styles as they are, and
Polite friends may call her obese, sweaters so baggy and deceiving,
her mama thinks she is charmingly that part of the problem is solved.
chubby, and her boyfriend says she Vertical stripes will slim the hips.
is pleasingly plump,-but her real The larger the stripes the more slim-
trouble is she's "weigh" overweight. ming, and if the stripes are large
No doubt she has considered los- enough no one will notice anything
ing those extra pounds from time to else anyway. And with sufficient rolls
time but has been discouraged by of wool socks swathed about the
those old fashioned ideas about not ankle, whose legs couldn't look com-
eating. These are modern times. paratively slim?
There are much easier ways to weigh -
less. Marriage Announced
Sure Fire Method
The quickest means naturally is to Mr'. and Mrs. Carl J. Anderson of
turn the bathroom scales backward Grand Rapids, have announced the
about fifteen pounds, but the draw- marriage of their daughter, Mary
back is it's so hard to carrythe Louise, ' to Ensign Russell Charles
scales around to convince friends of
the great progress. Youngdahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Diets are fun. Not if one sticks to H. Youngdahl of Chicago.
it all the time, of course. Nevertheless, The double ring ceremony took
diets are the rage. Allergies were once place on November 10, at Klise Mem-
the style when friends got together orial Chapel in Grand'Rapids. Char-
to relate tales of horrifying hives lotte Wood, resident of Martha Cook
and hangnails acquired by eating Building, was Mrs. Youngdahl's only
green tomato mince meat with too attendant.
much waldorf in the salad. Ensign Youngdahl was newly com-
Fascinating Chit-Chat missioned on November 8, and is a
Nowadays everybody who is any- member of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
body is on some particular diet. The
subject of getting thin furnishes un- The Wesley Foundation of the
limited material for conversation .Methodist Church will hold a tradi-
and a common interest on which to tional All-Methodist Breakfast for
form new and lasting friendships. Methodist students and faculty mem-
One very practical diet is the "save- bers at 8:30 a.m. Sunday in the ball-
money" version. The participant room of the League. Following the
must go very easy on the groceries breakfast, all will attend church to-
during the week, helping her will gether.
power with promises of new clothes
to be bought with: the bags of money
saved. One may ask how she can
survive on so little nourishment? The
answer is simple. On weekends, if she
plays her cards right, when the boy-
friend foots the bill for dinner she is
allowed to let herself go! It's her
duty at least to show appreciation of
his kind invitation.
Mirrors Are Drawback
Many things are being done with
mirrors these days but the drawback
to that must be obvious. There are,
however, ways to employ optical illu-




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