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Dr. Newcomb To Give Lecture
At Assembly Night Program

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Independents T
"Social Atavism in the Atomic Ag(
will be the subject of the addrc
which Dr. Theodore M. Newcomb wi
deliver at Assembly Recognition Nigl
to be held Thursday, Nov. 29 in tY
League flaliroom.
Dr. Newcomb, of the sociology df
partment, spent the past summeri
Germany conducting a survey of Get
man morale. The project was spo:
sored by the War Department. Di
to an increased demand from IndE
League, JP
Appointments
Are Announced
Judiciary Council announced re
cently the appointments to -the posi
tions of senior judiciary member
chairman of the Merit-Tutorial Con
mittee, assistant director, costun
chairman and assistant costun
chairman of JG Play.
Judiciary Member Apminted
Edith Van Andel, Martha Cool
has been appointed new senior men
ber of the Women's Judiciary Coun
cil. Miss Van Andel's duties will I
assisting with the work of the Coun
cil, which consists of directing peti
tioning and interviewing for campu
positions, enforcing house rules an
hearing, cases referred to it by th
Dean of Women's Office.
The chairman of the Merit-Tutor
ial committee will be Naomi Buehler
Alpha Gamma Delta. Cataloguing th
activity cards of coeds, checking th
eligibility of women participating
campus activities and making a:
rangements for tutoring are the ma
jor duties of the Merit-Tutorial chai:
man.
Assistant Director Named
Estherlou Carson, Alpha Delta I
has been chosen as the assistant di
rector of JG Play. Miss Carson w:
work with Jean Raine, director of ti
play which will be presented Januar
17, 18 and 19.
Other appointments to the J
Play central committee are thoseo
Jean Busch, Delta Delta Delta, as cos
tume chairman and Mary Battl
Martha Cook, as assistant costun
director.
Date of Panhel Night
Is Moved Forward
Panhellenic Recognition Night, pr
viously scheduled for Monday, Dec
17, has been moved -up to Monday
January 7.
The change in date was prompte
by possible conflicts with other pre
Christmas activities, but Recognitio
Night will be held in Rackham Am
phitheatre as planned.
Panhel Recognition Night, at whic
outstanding sorority women air
honored, is held annually.

o Receive Awards

e pendent women additional tickets will
ss be on sale Friday, Saturday and Mon-
11 day night.
it Following Dr. Newcomb's talk,
ie scholarship awards will be presented
by Ira M. Smith, Registrar. Indepen-
3- dent coeds who have been outstanding
n in war activities will receive awards
r- to be given by Nora MacLaughlin,
- president of League Council.
e Coeds will then be made familiarj
- with campus honor societies open to
Independents. Included in the group
are Mortarboard, Senior Society, and
Wyvern.
A group sing, featuring "When
Night Falls, Dear," "I Want to go
Back to Michigan," and "Tell Me
Why" will lend a spirited note to the
event.
Refreshments will be served in ac-
cord with Assembly's nautical theme,
"Assembly Launches into a New
Year."
r, This year's Recognition Night will
mark the third season that Assembly
e has honored its members in the form
.e of an evening program instead of
Assembly Banquet which had been
held in past years.
Due to the enlarging of the League
- Ballroom, the increased number of
.- tickets were made available to meet
e the demand.
S* *
-- There will be a meeting of the dec-
is orations committee for Assembly Rec-
d ognition Night from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m.
e Friday in the League. All members
have been asked to come prepared to
work.
ie . *
t Nai on Replies
To Food Pl ea
A nation-wide plea for canned food
to be send to the thousands of starv-
i, ing people in Europe has been answer-
- ed by schools and colleges all over
ll the country.
e Adelphi College girls in Garden
y City, L. I., set the pace for Ameri-
can colleges and universities with 'a
r pre-Thanksgiving food drive. Hun-
i dreds of cans of food, evaporated and
dried milk, baby foods, meats, and
e vegetables were contributed.
e' This share-the-food spirit has
spread to boys and girls of all ages,,
as well as grown-ups. In Atlanta,
Georgia, children of the city's seven
schools brought in enough canned
foods to load more than two freight
cars. Grown-up organizations in.
Georgia are also sponsoring Thanks-
giving season collections . of canned
food.
When these Americans sit down to
d their turkey and pumpkin pie they
will do so with the comforting assur-
ance that they have helped to bring
n thankfulness to some hungry person
across the seas.
e Invest Today in 'America's
Great Victory Loan
s

Special Exhibits
Will Welcome,
Alumni, Visitors
Contributing to the gala Homecom-
ing Weekend, campus residences will
erect Homecoming displays Saturday
to welcome bapk alumni and show
their confidence in the Michigan
team.
Two Classes Will Compete
Men's and women's residences
make up the two competitive classes,
and will be judged separately. Every
j organized house on campus is eli-
gible to participate in the contest.
All sororities and fraternities, and
men's and women's dormitories have
entered the competition.
A jimit of ten dollars has been
placed on expenditures for the dis-
plays. Judging of the many displays
will take place between 10 a.m. and
noon Saturday.
Miss Ethel A. McCormick, social
director of the League, a faculty
member of the School of Architecture
and Design, a representative of the
Deans' Offices, Nora MacLaughlin,
president of the League Council, and
Sanford Perlis, president of the Un-
ion will comprise the staff of judges.
Trophy To iBe Awarded
The two winning houses will re-
ceive the Burr-Patterson Trophy,
awarded annually to the residences
with the most unique and clever dis-
plays.
Homecoming Displays are an an-
nual tradition. Themes of displays
are kept secret until Saturday morn-
ing, when the crack of dawn finds
sleepy coeds and men constructing
their exhibits.
Winners will be announced during
halftime at the game. Kappa Alpha
Theta, and Sigma Chi won the com-
petition last year. An eleven man
team of stuffed dummies pushing a
Chrysler car won the women's trophy,
while an intricate panorama of
Michigan successfully kicking Illini
teams to defeat and a graveyard se-
cured the men's trophy for Sigma
Chi.
First Meetno
Of Swim Club
Is Postponed
The first meeting of the Swimming
Club will be held from 9:50 to
10:40 a.m. Dec. 1 in the Union Pool,
according to an announcement by
Pat Hayes, president of the club.
Because of the full schedule of
Homecoming Weekend, the meeting
announced for this -week has been
cancelel.
The Union Pool will be open from
9 a.m. to 10:40 a.m. This Saturday
and from 9:00 a.m. to 9:50 a.m. every
Saturday for free swimming. Miss
Hayes urges that all members take
advantage of the pool this week to
practice.

GIANT FOOTSTEPS-Miles Clark of Elizabeth City, N. C., built this
unusual footpath leading from his home to his boat landing on the
Pasquotank River.
EDITORIAL:
Alumnae Council Sponsors Sale
OfCristmas Cards, Calendars
1* ~- - - -- - - - - -----_ ___

The sale of Michigan calendars
and Christmas cards is beginning
this week in all campus dormitories
and sororities and in many league
houses, under the sponsorship of the
Michigan Alumnae Council.
All proceeds frcrm the sale of these
articles will go into the Alumnae
fund for Henderson House, a cooper-
ative dormitory which had just been
opened this fall by the Michigan
Alumnae Council. With the money
from card and calendar sales, Hen-
derson House will be remodeled and
enlarged so that more undergraduate
womer, may have the opportunity to
attend college and to earn a part of
their own expenses while learning
cooperative living.
The calendars, which are published
annually by the alumnae, are familiar

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By LYNNE FORD coeds will have to dress suitably for
Seldom, in the even-tempoed life of everything,
a Michigan coed; does a weekend pop A tailored wool dress should see the
up that is so important that it de- afternoon through nicely. Footwear
mands concentration in the matter depends on the weather and indivi-
of what milady shall wear. dual plans. The warmer your coat,
But the unprecedented line-up of the better, since the weatherman has
entertainment for Homecoming promised that clear and cold will pre-
Weekend is one of these. vail Saturday.
Moreover, it is rare that one One of the few chances to wear a
weekend could provide legitimate really knock out dress is offered by
excuse for the donning of so many' the informal dance featuring Benny
varied outfits. Of course, there are Carter and his orchestra from 8:30
limits. Dates might be slightly p. m. to midnight Saturday at the
perturbed if gals insisted on dash- Intramural Building. Take advan-
ing back to the house to change tage of the opportunity and wear a
between the Pep Rally and Varsity really special dress. This dnce
Night, or pulled a quick change at will probably be one of the most
halftime at the game. These possi- Dressy informals of the year.
bilities excluded, there still remains Homecoming Weekend for 1945 is
chance enough to run the gamut in the most exceptional alumni celebra-
clothes. tion of all time, so make it a really
Friday night will find peppy coeds big weekend, knowing that you look,
whooping it up at the Pep Rally and and are well dressed for every occa-
bonfire at Ferry Field. Since this will sion.
be followed by Varsity Night and ___n,
probably a trek down Liberty or to
the Union Dance, the classic query WAA Skating Club
"What shall I wear?" presents a bit
of a problem. Enrolls 90 Wo en;
A suitable solution is the harried Intr t offe d
coed's best pal, a suit. Worn with a nstructIOn ere
sweater and topped by a heavy coat, With its slogan "Get in the Skate,
it should be, warm enough for the Mate," WAA's thriving skating club
rally, comfortable for Varsity Night, offers the University coed ample op-
and appropriate for whatever fol- portunity for skating enjoyment, as
lows. Flats are the only graceful way well as instruction.
to manage to keep up with the band,
and if the weather is cold, stadium Due to a present enrollment of
boots will no doubt be in evidence. more than ninety women, the largest
"The Early Morning Frolic" in the club's history, the group has
broadcast by Joe Gentile and Ralph been divided into three sections. Be-
Binge from 6:30 a. m. to 9:30 a. m. ginners and plain skaters will meet
Saturday is strictly informal, in from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays at the
every way. Anything can happen, Michigan Ice Rink. Those interested
so make durability your motto for in beginning figure skating will meet
the hellzapopoin' three hours. Skirts at the same hour on Thursdays, and
and sweaters, (with the upper advanced figure skaters have been
tucked into the lower and cinched asked to gather from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
with a wide leather belt, if you want on Tuesdays at the rink.
to look like you know) should be The various divisions will be in-
fine for the crack of dawn merri- structed by Mary Frances Greschke,
meat. who has appeared at Lake Placid dur-
The Michigan-Ohio State game has ing the past year, as well as starring
every chance of being the dressiest in local ice shows.
game of the year. In contrast to the Plans for the coming season in-
slacks, sweat shirts, and blue jeans lude mixed skating parties, outdoor
affected by most of the female popu- parties and a carnival to be pre-
lace at other games, dresses and suits sented after the first of the year.
will make the big game look like a Any women interested in joining
formal. With so many alumni back a section of the club has been asked
and the numerous open houses and to contact Colle Ide, chairman, at
parties scheduled for after the game, 22569.
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egaeddings
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to most coeds. Those oeingosold this
fall include pictures, all of which are
new, and comments on dates of in-
terest or importance in the history
of the University. The cards were de-
signed especially for the Ann Arbor
alumnae for sale this winter,
By buying both calendars and cards
from the representative in your resi-
dence, you will be purchasing fine
cards and gifts while helping to pro-
vide other women with the opportun-
ity for a college education.
-By Betty Hahneman
J G Play Committee
Posts Still Open;
Tryouts Start Soon
The final date for signing to work
on Junior Girls Play committees has
been extended, and junior women
may register from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday in the League Lobby.
Committees open include music,
stage, scenery, properties, costume,
makeup, tickets, publicity, programs,
and ushers.
Eligibility cards and a receipt for
payment of junior class dues must
be presented at the time of singing.
Tryouts for singing and dancing
parts in JGPlay will be held next
week. Singing tryouts are scheduled
from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday
and from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday.
The dancing cast tryouts will take
place from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday
and from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Wednes-
day. The rooms will be posted on the
board in the League lobby.
Women must make appointments
for tryouts by signing up in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
Junior women who wish to be in the
play may also sign up for committee
work.

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Bathing caps are required in the
pool. There is a small rental charge
for suits if swimmers do not bring
their own.
Members of the Swimming Club
were announced today by Miss Hayes.
They include: Elizabeth Roberts,
Sally Bower, Dolores Farrah, Eliza-
beth Houck, Colle Ide, Carol Fram-
burg, Barbara Whiting, Betty Blo-
som, Nancy Reber, Marjorie Reber,
Jeanette Buckley, Rose Marie
Schoetz, Peggy Kohr, Pat Daniels,
June Brand, Donna Brown, Gail
Locken, Gloria Mastenson, Peggy
Mathews, Martha Marshall and Joan
Richardson.
Other members include: Irene
Ruth Ravick, Virginia Seput, Joan
Schaeffer, Barb Bingham, Dorothy
Rissman, Harriette Jackson, Betty
Ellis, Vivian Martin, Elsie Wulff,
Faith Simpson, Dottie Grey, Harriet
Fenske, Evelyn Phillips, Charlotte
Richards, and Mary Lou Gabel.
Miss Ina Anderson, a former stu-
dent of the University, is now in the
Philippines serving as an assistant
field director at the American Red
Cross.

The engagement of Patricia Anne
Spore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Or-
ville C. Spore of Ponca City, Okla-
homa, to James Burnett Tompkins,
son of Prof. and Mrs. Leslie J. Tomp-
kins of New York City, has been an-
nounced.
Miss Spore is a graduate of the
University and a member of Mu Phi
Epsilonand Gamma Phi Beta soroi-
ties, and Scroll honorary society. She
is now a teacher of music in Whit-
more-Bolles School in Dearborn.
Mr. Tompkins is' a graduate of
Dartmouth Collegesand was recently
discharged from the U. S. Army, hav-
ing served as a first lieutenant in
the European Theatre.
* * *
The engagement of Jeanne Van-
Kampen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry VanKampen of Detroit, to
John Zytkewick, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Zytkewick of Lincoln
Park, has recently been announced.
Miss VanKempen is a resident of
Mosher Hall. Mr. Zytkewick is a
member of the Trinagle Fraternity
and will receive his degree in aero-
nautical engineering in February.
The marriage of Joan Victoria
James, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Jamesof Flint, toEnsign Ed-
ward Neil Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Harris also of Flint, has been
announced.
The wedding took place on Satur-
day, November 10, in the Fourth
Street Methodist Church. Marilyn
Rundles of Martha Cook Building
was maid of honor, and Bill Gordon
and Bob Gittines, formerly with the
V-12 unit at the University were
ushers.
Both the bride and the bridegroom
graduated from the University in
June. Mrs. Harris transferred from
Stevens College and was a resident of
Martha Cook Building. Ensign Har-
ris was in the V-12 at the University
and is affiliated with Phi Delta Theta
fraternity at Michigan State.
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