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FRIDAY, JANUARY- 25, 10r16

TILE MICIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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League House Three League
Coeds To Hold Council Posts

Mixer Dance
Party To Offer Opportunity
For Students To Meet Socially;
Campus Men To Be Invited
The first League House Dance of
the semester will be held from 2 p.m.
to 5 p.m. tomorrow in the League
ballroom and will have as hostesses
all women from houses in Zones VI,
VII, VIII.
The dance will initiate the series
of League House Dances. which will
be presented throughout the year and
at which independent league house
called upon to furnish hostesses with
certain zones specified for each dance.
"Bow Dance" Theme
Saturday's dance will be organized
as a "bow dance" with several mixer
dances to be scheduled. Music will
be supplied by a juke box and a coke
bar will be featured for the dancers.
Invitations have been extended to
men's houses and all campus men are
welcome to attend. Only coeds from
Zones VI, VII, VIII may attend this
dance. Assembly membership cards
will be required of all women for ad-
mission. There will be no admission
requirements for men.
The purpose of the dance series is
to provide to coed residents of league
houses and men students opportuni-
ties to become acquainted. The lack
of room facilities and the small num-
ber of women in each league house,1
make it impossible for individual open
houses to be presented.
Committee Heads
The League House Dance central
committee is headed by Rosalyn
Long. She is assisted by Marcie Du-
binski and by Carol Lieberman, Nan-
ette Hill and Helene Rich, who head
the publicity, ticket and program
committees respectively.
Any woman living in a league house
who is interested in working on any
of the above committees for future
League House Dances is asked to call
Miss Long at 3808.
Second Meeting
Of 'Underwriter'
Coeds To Be Held
There will be a meeting at 8 p.m.
Monday in the League of allwomen
students who are living in private
homes and earning their room and
board by providing household assis-
tance, Mrs. Mary Bromage, assistant
dean of women, announced today.
This meeting is being held by re-
quest of the students who call them-
selves the "Underwriters," and who
recently held their initial meeting.
Barbara J. Briggs and Freda Kyro are
in charge of the meeting, and all
women students living and working
in private homes are invited to attend.
The singing, dancing, and dra-
matic cast and the central com-
mittee of Junior Girls lay will
meet at 5 p.m. today at the League.
The room will be posted on the
board in the League lobby. Caro-
lyn Daley, chairman of the play,
urges that all women attend the
mass meeting.

Open to Coeds
Petitions for the position of League
Council personnel chairman and for
the two junior assistant personnel po-
sitions will be accepted until 5 p.m.
Tuesday at which time they are due
in the Judiciary box in the Under-
graduate Office of the League, ac-
cording to Ruthann Bales, chairman
of Judiciary Council.
The position of personnel chairman
is open to all eligible first semester
seniors and second semester juniors.
First semester juniors and second se-
mester sophomores are eligible for the
two assistant positions.
Petitions may be obtained in the
Social Director's Office in the
.League. Complete plans for the de-
sired positions areto b included
in the candidates' petitions.
Working in cooperation with the
Union, the personnel chairman will
have the management of the student
book exchange as one of her main
duties. The various duties connected
with the exchange are making ar-
rangements for coed workers, man-
aging publicity and supervising fi-
nances and book classifications. Ob-
taining ushers for the theatres and
for the Art Cinema League and meet-
ing special personnel requests com-
prise the other two functions of the,
personnel office.
Interviewing for the three posi-
tions will be held from 4 p.m. to 6
p.m. Wednesday in the League. In-
terviewing sheets will be posted in
the Undergraduate Office. Candi-
dates are asked to sign for an inter-
view as soon as possible.
Eligibility cards will be required of
each candidate. Women petitioning
for the senior position must submit
the names of their housemother, a
faculty member and an upperclass-
man as references. The reference re-
quirement for the assistant positions
is the name of an upperclassman.
49 Women
To Hold Party
Frosh Fun Fest, a mixer for fresh-
man women, will be held from 3:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the'
League Ballroom.
The mixer will provide a day of ac-
tivities for freshman coeds. This in-
formal get-to-gether, called "Fresh-
man Girls' .Day," is designed to ac-
quaint freshmen women with one an-
other. Various forms of entertain-
ment will be featured.
There will be free cokes, tables for
bridge, and a juke box for those who
may want to dance. The coeds will
wear green, their chosen class color.
The ballroom will be decorated faith
signs saying "hello" in different lan-
guages.
Each coed will be her own hostess
and will find a friendly and congenial
atmosphere at the mixer, according
to Dorothy Wantz, chairman of the
Social Committee which is sponsoring
the dance.
Hours Announced
University women have spent 389
hours during the month of December
in volunteer work at the University
Hospital, according to Cynthia Cotes,
chairman of Soph Project.

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SHAKER SIMPLICITY - The bonnet shown above, designed to frame
a young face prettily, is an example of the distinctive new look of
Shaker simplicity reflected in today's fhshiop trends.
THEY'VE GOT SPURS:
Coeds Find Opportunity for Fdun
Experience in WAA Riding Clubs

Women Vets
To Be Housed
Willow Run Village To Provide
Apartments for Spring Term
Women veterans for whom housing
has not yet been arranged will be ad-
mitted to the University in the Spring
term if they are willing to live in
Willow Run Village, it was announced
today by the Office of the Dean of
Women.
Both men and women veterans will
have the use of West Lodge Com-
munity Hall containing a cafeteria,
an auditorium, a postoffice and a
lounge. A library serviced by the Uni-
versity will also be provided. If there
are 50 or more women veterans who
apply for Willow Run residence, a
dormitory with single rooms and maid
service will be made available.
Until there are enough applicants,
however, women veteransinterested
in living in Willow Run are being
shown furnished apartments where
coal provides the means of cooking
and heating.
Transportation is by bus, which
runs on an hourly schedule from 7 a.
m. to 11 p.m. daily. Women veterans
wishing to inquire about Willow Run
accommodations may call at the Of-
fice of the Dean of Women.
Any women veterans who find
themselves financially embarrassed by
delay in receiving their subsistence
checks, mzay apply for loans at the
Office of the Dean of Women.
Houses Schedule
Parties for Today
Open houses and informal parties
dominate the schedule of house
events for today.
The women of Victor Vaughn Resi-
dence will combine an open house
with a farewell party when they hold
their final dance from 8 p.m. to mid-
night today at the dormitory.
All men on campus are invited to
dance to the music of Phil Busch
and his orchestra at an open house
from 8:30 to 12 p.m. today at Mosher
Hall.
Women living in the Michigan
League will hold open house from 8
p.m. until midnight today in the
Hussey Room of the League. Men of
J Allen Rumsey, Fletcher Hall and
Wenley House have been invited to
attend.
There will be an open house from
7:30 p.m. to midnight today at St.
Mary's Chapel. All Catholic students
are invited to attend.
Other houses holding open house
today are: Delta Delta Delta sorority,
8:30 p.m. to midnight; Ridgeway
House, 8 p.m. to 12 p.m.

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The balance of our midwinter group.
Dresses for dress and all-occasion wear

By BETTY HAHNEMAN
Since riding is one of the most
popular sports among Michigan coeds,
the Women's Athletic Association
now sponsors' two clubs for experi-
enced riders.
Crop and Saddle, the original rid-
ing club, consists of a group of skilled
horsewomen, while the University
Women's Riding Club membership
includes riders who have had less ex-
perience. Dona Guimaraes is presi-
dent of Crop and Saddle, and Barbara
Brady heads U.W.R.C.
Semester Tryouts
Tryouts are held at the beginning
of each semester for membership in
the two clubs, and members of each
group are chosen on the basis of their
skill. Cro. and Saddle consists for
the most part of juniors and seniors
and takes most of its members from
the U.W.R.C.
The club members ride inside dur-
ing the winter season, drilling and
practicing precision riding. Crop and
Saddle meets at 5 p.m. Tuesday and
the U.W.R.C. members ride at 4 p.m.
Friday.
During the spring riding season,

the clubs have planned outside rid-
ing, with trail rides in addition to
their regular practices. Eventually
they hope to practice jumping and
other advanced skills. Crop and Sad-
dle and the U.W.R.C. members also
plan to have supper rides together
this spring.
Climaxing the year's activities of
the riding clubs is the annual Crop
and Saddle horse show, which will be
held this year in May. Members of
both clubs and other women as well
may enter the show, which features
competition in jumping and other
phases or horsemanship.
Coveted Awards
Each year at the show a cup is
awarded to the best Crop and Saddle
rider. Karin Larsen was winner of
this/coveted prize last year. In ad-
dition, a pair of silver spurs is award-
ed to the member of Crop and Saddle
who has most improved her riding
skills.
The two riding clubs offer fun and
experience to coeds who are skilled
riders, and afford them an excellent
opportunity to improve their riding
abilities.

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