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_THE MICHIGAN lATLY PM

First League
House Dance
To Be Given
Mixers, Juke Box, Coke Bar
Will Provide Entertainment
At (arty Saturday in League
The first League House Dance to
be presented this semester will be
held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday
in the League Ballroom with the
women of Zones VI, VII and VIII as
hostesses, according to Rosalyn Long,
general chairman of League House
'Dances.
The dance is to be the first in a ser-
ies of League House Dances which
will be sponsored this year by unaf-
filiated coeds not living in dormitor-
ies. ."Each dance will be under the
special direction of the League House
Dance central committee, headed by
Miss Long, but women from different
league house zones will act as host-
esses for the various dances.
Mixer Dances Featured
Only coeds living in Zones VI, VII,
and VIII may attend Saturday's
dance. Mixer dances are to be fea-
tured and music will be supplied by
a juke box. A coke bar will be op-
erated during the afternoon for the
dancers.
Invitations have been extended to
men's dorms and houses. All cam~Ipus
men are welcome to attend. Patrons
for the dances will be University pro-
fessors and their wives.
Assembly Cards Required
Assembly membership cards will be
required of all coeds for admission to
this dance and for future League
House Dances. There will be no ad-
mission requirements for men. As-
sembly membership cards may be ob-
tained in the Assembly Office on the
second floor of the League.
The purpose of the League House
Dances is to provide opportunity for
women league house residents and
men students to get acquainted. "The
League House Dances will correspond
to sorority and dormitory open house
parties," said Miss Long. "League
houses do not have the, room accom-
modations nor a sufficient number of
women to sponsor individual house
dances," she added.
Committee Workers Needed
Any coeds interested in working on
committees for the dances are asked
to call Miss Long at 3808. Commit-
tees open to workers are publicity,
program and aickets, which are head-
ed by Carol Lieberman, Helene Rich
and Nanette Hill, respectively.
The cooperation of every woman
now living in a league house is need-
ed to make the dances a success, ac-
cording to Miss Long, who urged that
all participate actively in presenting
the dance series.

Intewiewing
For Orientation
Posts To Begin
Interviewing of candidates for the
positions of 1946 spring and fall
orientation advisers will be held from
1:15 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Wednes-
day, Friday and Tuesday, Jan. 29,sac-
cording to Ruthann Bales, chairman
of Judiciary Council.
Interviewing schedule sheets are
posted in the Undergraduate Office
of the League and every woman pe-
titioning should sign up for an inter-
view. Interviews will be five minutes
in length.
Each candidate must present her
eligibility card at the interview.
Members of the Merit-Tutorial Com-
mittee will sign the cards at the time
of the interviews.
Judiciary Council has announced.
that interviewing of orientation ad-
visers will not be extended beyond
the above mentioned hours and days.
WAA Bowlers
Plan Matchesj
The WAA Bowling Club's team
tournament will end within the next
two weeks, and the winning team has
been challenged to a match by the
faculty of the Women's Physical Edu-
cation Department on Friday, Feb. 8.
High scoring team for the week
ending Jan. 7 was the "Kantagree,"
with 1154 pins. Nine Hadden won in-
dividual honors with 162. For the
week ending Jan. 15, the "Experts"
team had 1144 pins, and Joan Cris-
hal's 177 was the high individual
score.
The University will enter the inter-
collegiate Bowling Meet this year, for
the first time since 1942. Twenty-
seven schools will be represented in
the telegraphic meets which are
scheduled for February, March, and
April.
Eta chapter of Chi Omega pledged
the following women recently: Mar-
ilyn Spear, New Rochelle, N.Y., Pa-
tricia Petterson, Chicago, Betty East-
man, Ann Arbor, and Helen Schmidt,
Hinsdale, Ill. The pledges were hon-
ored at dinner following the cere-
mony.

Independents

Receive

Cards

Assembly membership cards will
continue to be distributed to all in-
dependent women from 3 p.m. to 5
p.m. every Monday, Tuesday, Wed-
nesday and Thursday throughout the
remainder of the semester in the As-
sembly office in the League.-.
These cards have been introduced
to provide tangible evidence of asso-
ciation with Assembly Organization
and to help the Assembly Board de-
termine the extent of the active in-
terest of the independent women,
They will also be required for partici-
pation in Assembly functions and will
be a requisite for admission to League
House dances.
Each coed receiving a card will
have her name placed in the official
Assembly register and will be honored
as a member throughout her four
college years. Helen Alpert, president,
urges all unaffiliated women to ob-
taih their membershipmcards
JGP Hostesses
Will Hold Meeting
To Discuss Work
A mass meeting for all hostesses
in Junior Girls Project social dancing
classes will be held at 4 p.m. tomor-
row in the League.
Miss Ethel MacCormick, social di-
rector of the League, who has pre-
viously been associated with social
dancing classes, will address the
meeting, telling the hostesses of some
of her experiences.
Ann Lippincott, JGP chairman, ex-
plained, "The purpose of this meet-
ing is to integrate the hostesses'
work, and for this reason we would
like to have them all come, discuss
the achievements of the project

WAA NOTICES
The following basketball schedule tomorrow at WAB to practice for
has been announced for the week. Winter Inter-collegiate Telegraphic
Monday: Cook I vs. Kappa Kappa Meet. Group will also meet at 2:30
Gamma I, Pi Beta Phi I vs. Zeta Tau p.m. Thursday at WAB.
Alpha I at 5:10 p.m. Colonial vs. Women's Golf Club will meet from
Couzens VI, Madison vs. Cook II at 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. tomorrow for
7:20 p.m. Zone I vs. Couzens I, Mark- second golf lesson. Members who
ley vs. Stockwell I at 8 p.m. have purchased University golf tick-
Tuesday: Pi Beta Phi II vs. Ridge- ets are asked to return the top part
way, Zeta Tau Alpha II vs. Adams I of the ticket to the desk at WAB this
at 5:10 p.m. Zone V vs. Zone VII,- week. Bring both towels and cotton
Gamma Phi Beta I vs. Chi Omega at golf balls.
7:20 p.m. Adams II vs. State Street, Bowling Club will meet from 3:30
Zone II vs. Vaughan III at 8 p.m. p.m. to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow and Tues-
Wednesday: Alpha Chi Omega vs. day at the bowling alleys.
Delta Delta Delta II, Sorosis vs. Al- Figure Skating Groups will m'eet at
pha Phi I at 5:10 p.m. Jordan II vs. 3 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday at Coli-
Kappa Delta I, Newberry II vs. seum.
Cheever, Couzens V vs. Lodge at 7:20. Camp Counselor's Ciub will hold a
Craylor vs. Vaughan IV, League vs. general meeting at 7:15 p.m. Wednes-
Couzens III, Zone VIII vs. Zone IV. at day at WAB. Colored movies of a
8 p.m. canoe trip on the Manistee River will
Thursday: Kappa Alpha Theta vs. be furnished by Pat Daniels.
Alpha Phi II, Kappa Kappa Gamma Dorm Athletic Managers will hold
II vs. Alpha Delta Pi, Jordan III vs. final meeting of the semester at 4:30
Couzens IV, Kappa Delta II vs. Cous- p.m. Thursday at WAB. Attendance
ens VII at 5:10 p.m. is urged.
Rifle Club will meet from 4 p.m. to Fencing Club will meet at 4:20
6 p.m. tomorrow at ROTC range. p.m. Thursday at WAB. All women
Those unable to attend are asked to who have had elementary fencing are
contact Lou Estell, 22569. invited. Advanced instruction and
Archery Club will meet at 4:20 p.m. bouting.
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SWEET AND SWING - Frankie Masters and his orchestra will be fea-
tured at the annual Interfraternity Ball to be held Saturday, Feb. 2.
* *s r * l*B
Frankie Masters .To Play at Ball

The music of Frankie Masters and
his orchestra will be featured at the
annual Interfraternity Ball, which is
to be held Saturday, Feb. 2 in the
League Ballroom.
Ticket sales will continue this week
in all fraternity houses. Sales are be-
ing restricted to active members of
the Greek letter organization.
One of the attractions of this year's
affair will be the decorations which
will consist of the crests of all cam-
pus fraternities.
Masters' orchestra combines sweet
and swing music. With the band
leader will be twenty musicians and
entertainers, headed by vocalist
Phyliss Myles and the quartet of
Marty, Kay, Pat and Joe.
Masters recently completed a tour
of army camps, naval training sta-

tions, marine bases, and war produc-!
tion centers. He and his orchestra4
have made numerous recordings and
radio broadcasts.
Besides leading his band, Masters
sings and writes music as well. He is
the composer of "Scatterbrain" and
"Say When."

League Group Finds Tutors for Coeds

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belted or not over shorts or bathing suits.
In Dan Diver's blue or red and white
striped chambray, 10.95.
The Bloomer Swim Suit (far right) with
the accent on pure curved line. In tur-
quoise cotton terry cloth, 12.95.
The Patio Costume (below) copied from
th men of Tarabuco, Bolivia. Brown
blouse, studded saddle tan leather belt,
sky blue shorts. In linen-like rayon, 17.95

With finals rapidly approaching,
the Merit-Tutorial Committee of the
League will continue its project of
supplying tutors for women who need
aid in their academic courses.
The committee, under the chair-
manship of Naomi Beuhler, has at its
disposal a file of tutors in almost

every subject.
Women who are interested in be-
ing tutored may register on blanks
provided in the Merit-Tutorial box
in the Undergraduate Office in the
League. The committee will then
contact the coed and provide her with
a list of possible tutors.

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