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Coeds To Sign
For Assembly
Committees
independent Women Urged
To Register at League Booth
For Work Recognition Night
There will be a booth from 1 p.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday and Tuesday in the
League for all independent coeds in-
terested in signing for work on the
various committees for Assembly
Recognition Night, which will be held
at the end of the month.
Women are'urged to register for
the following committees: decora-
tions with Dorothy Wilhelm asj
chairman; publicity headed by Do-
lores Massey; tickets, Judith Preg-
erson, chairman; and refreshments
under the charge of Margery Har-
rington, assistant general chair-
man.
Coeds are urgently needed for work
on the war activities awards com-
mittee, Shirley Hansen, chairman;
the scholarship awards committee,
Sarah Simons, chairman; the pro-
gram committee, Alice Berberian; and
the patrons conmittee, Margaret
Thompson, chairman.
All questions concerning the work
on any committee will be answered
at the booth at the time of regis-
tering for the desired committee-
work. Tentative plans for Recog-
nition Night will also be disclosed
upon request.
Recognition Night will climax "-In-
dependent Fortnight," which will be
a series of events designed to explain
the purpose and activities of Assem-'
bly Organization to the 3,000 unaf-
filiated women on campus.
For the Newest in
Beauty Fashions
French Hair Shop
{314 E. Liberty Phone 2-2159

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Many, Varied
Part Time Jobs

M.C. Wanted

Dorms, Houses Plan Social Events
To Follow Minnesota Game Today

For

Quiz Show

Are

Available

Many and varied opportunities for
part time work are now available for
coeds desiring jobs on campus, ac-
cording to Mrs. Mary C. Bromage,
assistant DeanĀ° of Women.
Women who are interested in tak-
ing advantage of these openings may
fill out employment applications from
9 a. m. to noon and from 1:30 p.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday,
and from 9 a. m. to noon on Satur-
days at the Dean of Women's Office
in Barbour Gymnasium.
Wide Variety
Opportunities for jobs clerking in
drug stores and dress shops, assist-
ing at a riding academy and model-
ing, to working as waitresses in local
restaurants. If it is possible to con-
nect academic interests with the job
offered, it is arranged by the Dean's
Office; for example, a premedical
student may work at the hospital.
A "sitter's" list is also being com-
piled, to be composed of those stu-
dents wanting employment in child
care. Those women who apply for
these jobs are advised that they are
expected to keep University closing'
hours, since only in exceptional cir-
cumstances will late permission be
g-ranted. This year's rates for sit-
ters will be announced later.
Open to All Women
Other jobs are available to stu-
dents who wish to earn their room
and board by helping local residents
with their housework and "living in."
Part time jobs are open to all
women on campus who wish to apply,
but, Dean Bromage said, "Freshmen
are advised to put their studies first
and to work only when and if it is
absolutely necessary from a financial
point of view." Employment is fitted
into the academic schedule so it is
advisable for applicants to bring their
class schedules with them when they
apply for positions.
Tf you are the owner of angora
mittens or sweaters that defuzz here
is a good tip. Keep your angora arti-
cles in the refrigerator or on a cool
window sill and they'll stay fluffier
longer.

A plea in the form of a want ad
came out today from Assembly Asso-
ciation for the coed who has the per-
sonality and desire to act as "Quiz-
master" for the Michigan quiz show,
to be presented at the independent
Iwomen's mass meeting at 8 p. m.
Monday, Nov. 12 in the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theater in the League.
Qualification for the job include a
good voice, sense of humor, and all
the other gifts with which such people
as Dr. I. Q. or Phil Baker are en-
dowed.
List To Be Posted
Those coeds who would like to
audition for the position may sign on
a list to be posted on the door of
the Assembly-Panhellenic Office in
the League. Auditions will be held
from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. Tuesday and
from 3 p. m. to 5 p: m. Wednesday.
"There must be a lot of women on
campus with these talents, and we'd
like to find them," Helen Alpert, pres-
ident of Assembly said.
The quiz show will be one of the
features of the mass meeting, which
opens "Independent Fortnight," a ser-
ies of events presented by Assembly to
acquaint unaffiliated women with
their organization. Also on the pro-
gram will be skits and songs.
Explain Purposes
The "Fortnight" will consist of a
two week period during which the
members of Assembly Board will visit
all women's dorms and large league
houses, explaining the purposes and
activities of Assembly.
Teas will be given for the smaller
houses whose large number makes it
impossible for them to be visited byI
the Board members.

Many houses are planning social
events to follow the Minnesota game
today.
New transfers affiliated with
Delta Delta Delta sorority are espe-
cially invited to attend their open
house immediately after the game,
while Kappa Alpha Theta invites
particularly veterans and service-
men to their house.
Kappa Kappa Gamma, D lta Gam-
Rushing Policy
Explaining the University of Mich-
igan Rushing System to the fresh-
man, transfers, and those interested
in rushing, the Panhellenic Board will
speak to the Orientation Groups Mon-
day and Tuesday in the Grand Rapids'
Room of the League.
The board will explain the honor
system as established this year, and
will answer any questions that the co-
eds may care to ask.
The schedule for attendance is as
follows:
Monday, Nov. 5: at 7 p.m. groups

mia, Alpha Epsilon Phi, and Alpha
Omicron Pi sororities, and Delta Sig-
ma Delta, dental fraternity, are also
holding open houses following t he
game.
Martha Cook is giving an infor-
mal party after the game too. Xi
Psi Phi dental fraternity is holding
a party, and Lockwood Manor, The-
ta Delta Chi fraternity, and Phi
Chimedical fraternity are giving
dances.
The Inter Cooperative council held
a dinner at Owen house yesterday.
The International Center staff also
has been active this week. A sur-
prise party honoring Dr. and Mrs.
Esson M. Gale on their 35th wedding
anniversary was given Thursday. Dr.
Gale is director of the International
Center.
56 through 63, A, A2, and B; at 8
p.m. groups 64 through 70, C, D, E;
at 9 p.m. groups 71 through 77, F, G.
Tuesday, November 6: at 7 p.m.,
groups 78 through 84, 7, H, I, K; at
8 p. m. groups 85 through 90, 8,
L, M, N; at 9 p.m. groups 49 through
54, 9, O, P, G, 93.

SQUARE UMBRELLA-Elaine Brown of New York City poses with a
square umbrella shown as a novelty at a fashion exhibit. Koroseal,
a synthetic material derived from coke, limestone and salt, makes it
waterproof.

WELCOME

NAVY:

USO Will Sponsor Informal
Record Dance for Sailors

SHORTHAND
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For an entering wedge into government.
For fuller lecture notes.
For part time and summer employment.
For more certain employment after graduation.
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31st year William at State

The USO is starting its activities}
for the year with three social events;
this weekend.
"Welcome to the Navy" will be the
theme of the informal dance from
3:30 p.m. to midnight today at Harris,
Hall. Although sailors new on campus
are especially invited, all servicemen
and junior hostesses are welcome. The
decorations will carry out a nauti-
cal theme, and there will be refresh-
ments as well as dancing to the juke-
box.
After the Minnesota game today
105 convalescent soldiers from Per-
cy Jones Hospital in Battle Creek
will be served refreshments. To-
morrow there will be the radio and
records to listen to and card-play-
ing for the coffee hour from 4 p.m.
to 6 p.m.
Registration for junior hostesses
will be from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
day, and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Tuesday. All
Dance Club To Meet
The WAA Dance club will meet at
7:15 p.m. Thursday in Barbour Gym,
when the group will hold its first
gathering of the year.
Although no dancing is to be done
at this meeting, plans for the year are
to be discussed and the club will or-
ganize several special interest groups
for those interested in ballet, toe,
folk, and other forms of dancing.

active junior hostesses from last year,
all inactive ones who wish to become
active, and all new hostesses must
register on these days at the USO
headquarters at Harris Hall on the
corner of Huron and State.

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PEACE

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Opening Number Tues., Nov. 6 - 8:30 P.M.
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Congresswoman from California,
Wife of Melvyn Douglas, and formerly noted actress
of Stage and Screen.
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