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THE ICHIGAN DAILY
Prominent Women RAre Honored at Recognition

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Independent Coeds
Receive flcclaim
For fchievements
Awards Meted Out on Basis of Scholarship,
Activity Participation During Past Year;
Five Women Tapped by Senior Society

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earned by Miriam Levy, now of
Stockwell, and Lenamyra Saulson,
Mosher, who tied for first place
among freshman last year.
Helen Perry, Cook, was top sopho-
more, with Marjorie Van Enam, New-
berry, as sophomore runner-up. Earn-
ing the greatest number of points in
the junior class was Dorothy Eyke,
Newberry, and runner-up was Helen
Briggs, University House.
Women tapped by Senior Society,
independent senior women's honor
society, were Pat Cameron, Adele
Cheever; Betty Korash, Newberry;
Fran Popkins, Stockwell; and Mary'
Ellen Wood, Cook.
Guest speaker of the evening was
Dr. Theodore M. Newcomb of the So-
ciology dept. who spoke on "Social

Suomynona Club
Plans Meeting
Suomynona will hold its first meet-
ing at 4 p. m. Monday in the League
Ballroom, and all undergraduate
women not living' in dormitories,
league houses, sorority houses, co-ops,
or the League are-urged to attend.
Marjorie Baker, president of Suo-
mynona, will explain what the or-
ganization is, what it has done in the
past, and what it plans for this year's
project. Women will be given the op-
portunity to select the committee on
which they desire to work, and may
also sign to petition for secretary and
treasurer of the organization. The
informal meeting will also include
dancing and singing of Michigan
songs.
The group hopes to organize a
bridge tournament and plans outing'
parties for this year. Dancing classes
will be held at the League for mem-
bers and a radio program will be
written by Suomynona members this
year.
Suomynona was organized last year
to fulfill the need of social and rec-
reational coordination for the many
undergraduate women living outside
University residences.
4f
A YEAR 'ROUND
Capture her heart with an all-
wool robe for the coming chilly
mornings . . . or choose a deli-
cate pastel print in quilted rayon
for the lady of leisure . . . You'll
find these styles and others at
SMART EST
HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Bldg.

Atavism in the Atomic Age." Dr.
Newcomb emphasized the need of
world-group" control of the atomic
bomb.
"The only solution is a one-world
solution. ...We want to keep the
American way of life from a de-
struction which neither we nor any
one else can control single-hand-
ed," he stated.
Members of the Women's Glee
Club and all women present sang the
Assembly Song under the direction
of Mosako Ono. For those who were
not acquainted with Mortar Board,
Senior Society and Wyvern, honor
societies for which independent
women are eligible, a talk was given
by Ann Schutz.
Following the address, singing of
favorite Michigan songs was held.
After the sing, refreshments were
served in keeping with Assembly's
theme "Assembly Launches Into a
New Year."
The 1945-46 edition of Recogni-
tion Night marked the third year that
an evening program has taken the
place of Assembly Dinner, which was
held annually before the war.
Swimming, Hiking
Groups Will Hold
Meetings Today
The WAA Swimming Club will
meet from 9:50 a.m. to 10:40 a.m. in
the Union Pool
Forty-six members have been se-
lected from the ninety try-outs, ac-
cording to announcement by Pat
Hayes, president of the club. These
girls will choose officers and divide
into teams at tomorrow's meeting.
There will besinstructors on hand to
help perfect strokes.
The Swimming Club, sponsored by
Miss Corrine Crogen of the Wom-
en's Physical Education Department,
has planned water volleyball and
basketball tournaments. The group
also hopes to give a water carnival
and to sponsor interhouse swimming
meets. "This year," Miss Hayes,
stated, "we're aiming for more fun
and less work."
Members of the WAA Hiking Club
will meet at 1:15 p.m. today at Bar-
bour Gym.
The group will hike to Saginaw
Forest, according to Joan Richardson,
president of the club.
Women who were unable to attend
the initial meeting but would like to
join the club are urged to join the
hikers.
WAA Notices
Plain Skating group will meet at 3
p. m. today at the Coliseum.
* *: *
Hockey Club, weather permitting,
will meet at 4:30 p. m. today, Palmer
Field.

ANN SCHUTZ, mest outstanding
junior woman of last year, re-
ceived top honors at Recognition
Night
Dancing, Movies
To Be Featured
At Soph Cabaret
Dancing to Lowry Clark's orchestra
and the showing of "Made for Each
Other," starring James Stewart and
Carole Lombard, will be special fea-
tures of the Mistletoe Mingle on Sat-
urday, Dec. 8, in the League.
Also on the program for the 1945
Soph Cabaret is an all-sophomore
floor show, including large singing
and dancing choruses. The floor show
will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre, after which
"Made for Each Other" will be shown,
followed by another presentation of
the floor show.
The Christmas theme of Mistletoe
Mingle is to be carried out in all of
the entertainment offered at Cab-
aret, including a mixer room where
those attending can meet others and
get acquainted.
There will also be a refreshment,
bar, a bridge room, and booths in the
upstairs lobby of the League, for the
entertainment of those attending the
Mistletoe Mingle.
Those who have been chosen for
the make-up group to work on the
night of Soph Cabaret were an-
nounced by Jeannette Collins, make-
up chairman, and include Doris Mil-
ler, Beverly Gough, Mary Lou Gyour-
ko, Marilee Diamond, Norma Metz,
Lee McLaren, and Marilyn Neff.

Houses To Qive
Varied Parties
This Weekend
An imposing list of social events is
offered by various houses and organi-
zations for entertainment this week-
end.
Residents of Martha Cook will give
a radio-mixer dance from 9 p.m. to
midnight tomorrow. According to
Virginia Barnes, chairman of the
dance, invitations have been extended
to various men's groups on campus.
Gamma Phi Beta will hold an
open house from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.j
tomorrow. Members of Phi Gamma
Delta, Sigma Chi, Delta Tau Delta,
and Delta Kappa Epsilon will be
guests of the sorority for the after-
noon. Jo Ann Bush, social chair-
man, is in charge of the afla i.
Alpha Xi Delta sorority will hold
an open house from 8 p.m. to mid-
night today. Veterans, fraternity
men, servicemen, and civilians are all
welcome at the open house. Rrefresh-
ments will be served.
* * *
The members of Alpha Phi sorority
will hold an open house from 8:30
p.m. to midnight today. Veterans and
their wives are invited.
Kappa Delta will hold a Faculty
Tea from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.
Hillel Foundation is holding an
"Oneg Shabbat,'a celebration of the
Sabbath as it is observed in Pales-
tine, tonight. Hillel will sponsor a
mixer and Chanukkah Party from
8 p.m. to midnight tomorrow.
Residents of Wenley House and
their dates will attend a dance from 9
p.m. to midnight Saturday at Wenley
House.
Delta Delta Delta sorority will en-
tertain the Detroit Alliance at a
luncheon Saturday at the League.
Lockwood Manor has invited the
members of Hillus House to a party
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight tonight.
Kappa Phi, Methodist Women's
club, pledged 47 girls last Sunday in
the Sanctuary of the First Methodist
Church.
Mrs. Charles Brashares, whose hus-
band is the former pastor of the Ann
Arbor Methodist Church, was initi-
ated as an Honorary member. This is
among the highest honors Kappa Phi
gives to Methodist women.

League House
Plans Changed
Referral System Will Be Used
lSpring Term to Place Women
Because of the acute housing short-
age, certain changes in the procedure
of applying for reservations for wom-
en's league houses for the spring
term have been instituted, and hous-
ing plans should be made as far in
advance as possible.
Students who wish to apply for
league house reservations are in-
structed to call at the Office of the
Dean of Women and file an applica-
tion blank. League house mothers
should notify the Office of the Dean
of Women as soon as they know that
they will have spring vacancies.
Referral System Used
The only students eligible to apply
for these spaces in the league houses
are those referred by the Office of
the Dean of Women. This system of
referral permits individual preference
as to the type of housing desired.
Students may indicate their prefer-
ence as to location, meals, and single
or double rooms.
Students will be permitted to make
only one application, and those who
have applied for rooms in dormitories
will not be permitted to apply for
league house rooms for the same
semester. Referrals of applicants will
depend, in part, upon the date at
which the student files her applica-
tion.
Vacancies Are Reported
At the present time, a few of the
league house mothers have been able
to report definite spring vacancies,
and within the next few weeks it is
expected that many house mothers
will report an additional number of
girls who will leave the league houses.
Before the beginning of Christmas
vacation, the Office of the Dean of
Women hopes to have given definite
suggestions as to vacancies in league
houses to those who have filed ap-
plication blanks.
The final arrangements for signing
a contract in the league house will
depend upon selection by the individ-
ual student and housemother. No
reservations will be final until a copy
of the signed contract has been de-
posited in the Office of the Dean of
Women.
The singing chorus of Soph Cab-
aret will rehearse at 2:30 p. m. and
7:30 p. m. today in the League.
Specialty acts will rehearse from
1:30 p. m. to 3 p. m. and from 7:30
p. m. to midnight today.

ONLY TWENTY-FIVE DAYS-
New Styles in Handbags Suggest
Possibilities for Christmas Gifts

BY JEAN WHITNEY
Now that Thanksgiving has come
and gone and the countryside lies
under a blanket of soft, white snow
(any resemblance between this and
Ann Arbor is purely coincidental) the
coed's fancy lightly turns to thoughts
of Christmas, and she begins to won-
der about what she should give her
friends and relations for this happy
occasion.
A good solution to some of these
problems may be purses, of which
item many new and good looking
styles are being'shown.
THIS YEAR the trend in purses is
towards sizes slightly smaller
than the large carryalls of previous
seasons. Fabric bags, predominantly
of black, can be had in broadcloth,
faille, and corde. Many of these styles
are combined -successfully with tor-
toise shell frames. These frames,
many of which are like elongated
horseshoes, are a clear, rich-looking
amber color, and may be just the
right note to set off a new (or old)
outfit.
Genuine shoe calf leather and
Mexican alligator and goatskin in the
envelope style purse are attractive
and well-wearing all-purpose bags.
The alligator bags are lined in suede

and come in a beautiful ox-blood
color, besides the established black,
and brown.
THE ROOMY POUCH, over-should-
er style, and box bag are still in
good taste, but the newest bags shown
are narrow, and accentuate flatness.
One of the best looking purses seen
lately is a flat broadcloth with a rose
design quilted into the material. It is
lined in black satin quilted in red.
The large mirror is backed by this
same quilting. The frame is tortoise
shell.
EVENING and dinner bags also
make good gifts. These too come
in a multitude of styles and fabrics.
Shining black satin trimmed with
large gold polka dots, or handsome
roman stripped taffeta are very popu-
lar this season. Other satin bags are
set off with gold nailheads, colored
sequins, or tiny beads.
Another luxurious evening bag is
black or white satin trimmed with
silver sequins. One of the most beau-
tiful and different-looking bags seen
is oneewhich was brought back from
China. It is made of black velvet and
is completely encrusted with embroid-
ery in silver thread in an all-over
pattern.

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MONTH-END
atSII

University
will meet at
bour gym.

Women's Riding club
4:05 p. m. today at Bar-

Sweaters, 14.98
Mostly pullovers, a few cardigans.
Pure wool classics in white and
some pastel colors. Slightly soiled.
irts8
Gored style in basic brown or
black wool shetland-type tweed
with matching belt loops and con-
trasting green tweed belt. A few
others in biege and grey,
Dresses,Y99
Tailored classics and soft casual
styles in rayon crepes, novelty ray-
ons and smooth gabardines. As-
sortment of colors. Misses' sizes.
Shoes, 3.98
Pumps only . . . spectator types

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Ballet Club will meet from 4 p. in.
to 5 p. m., and from 5 p. m. to 6 p. m.
today at Barbour gym.
Swimming club will meet from 9:50
a. m. to 10:40 a. m. tomorrow in the
Union pool.
Advanced Rifle club will meet from
3 p. m. to 5 p. m. tomorrow at the
ROTC range.

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MAKE
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and dressy styles.

Calfskins,

gabardines . . . combinations.
High and happy medium heels.
Black or brown.

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