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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Coeds May Register for fAssembly
Recognition Night Committeework

Independent women, including sec-
ond semester freshmen, may still sign
up for committeework for Assembly
Recognition Night to be held at the
end of this month.
There will be a Recognition Night'
booth set up from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m.
tomorrow and Tuesday in the League
for the registration of committee
workers. There are eight central com-
mittees which are in need of volun-
teer workers.
Wilhelm Heads Committee
The decorations committee; head-'
ed by Dorothy Wilhelm, will begin
work immediately. Women may sign

up for this committee who are inter-'
ested in drawing, painting and creat-,
ive work.
A large committee is necessary forI
the efficient administration of the,
publicity committee, of which Dolores
Massey is chairman. Publicity work
will entail posters and skits.
Committee Needs Workers
The ticket committee has Judith
Pregerson as its chairman. Coeds
are urged to sign up for work on this
essential committee. The war activi-
ties awards committee with Shirley
Hansen in charge needs many work-
ers. The work consists of tabulating

League House Teas To Be Qiven
As Part of Independent Fortnight

the hours of all independent womer
spent in doing extra curricular activi-
ties. The coeds with the greatest
number of hours will be honored ak
the Recognition Night program.
The refreshment committee is
under the direction of Margery Har-
rington, assistant general chairman.
Many coeds are needed for work on
this committee since surprise serving
system is to be used.
Outstanding Coeds Honored
The scholarship awards committee,
headed by Sarah Simons, will review
scholarship ratings and decide the
three outstanding independent women
to be recognized for- their scholastic
averages.
The program and patron commit-
tees with Alice Berberian and Mar-
garet Thompson as the respective
chairmen, require women who are in-
terested in helping with the work of
each.
Each committee will begin work im-
mediately and any additional infor-
mation concerning the work of any
Recognition Night committee may be
obtained at the booth. Questions
concerning Recognition Night will be
also answered.
WAA Notices

WAA Sponsors
Sports Meeting
For Managers
Athletic managers of all sororities,
ormiteries, and league houses on
rampus will meet at; 4:15 p. m. Tues-
day. in the Lounge of the Women's
Athletic Building to plan the inter-
biouse sports tournaments.
The tournaments will start on Mon-
day, Nov. 12, Barbara Osborne, pres-
ident of WAA, announced yesterday.
'Eachmanager should have her pref-
rence for game times in the volley-
ball tournament, which will open in-'
terhicuse competition for the year.
The games are to be played at 5:10
p.m., 7:20 p. m., and 8:00 p.m. on
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Fridays in Barbour Gym.
Every house must be represented
at the meeting which will be con-
ducted by interhouse manager Jean
Brown. After the general group
meeting, at which Miss Osborne will
welcome the managers, separate
meetings will be held by Ann Lippen-
cott, sorority manager, Ann Waller-
stein, dormitory manager, and Janet
Cork, manager for league houses. Any
house manager who is not able to
attend should send another represent-
ative to the tournament meeting.

Petitioning for Merit-Tutorial,
Soph Cabaret Heads Is Open

Petitioning for the position of
chairman of the Merit-Tutorial Com-
mittee and for the position of Dance
chairman of the Sophomore Cabaret
is now open.
The chairmansnip of the Merit-
Tutorial Committee is open to all
seniors who have participated in
League activities for at least a year.
In her petition the candidate must
illustrate complete knowledge of her
prospective position as a member of
League Council and as chairman of
her own committee by consulting the
bound copies of the President's Re-
ports in the League Library. For a
more thorough understanding of her
position, the prospective chairman
should read the Constitution of the
League which will be posted on the
bulletin board in the Undergraduate
Office. An explanation of the duties
of the chairman of Merit-Tutorial
Committee will also be posted in the
Undergraduate Office.
Petitions may be secured from the
Social Director's Office in the League
and must be returned by noon Satur-
day to the Undergraduate Office.
Interviewing dates will be posted
Fall Flannels
Membership in the Flannels on Fri-
day club has been growing more rap-
idly than anyone could have predict-
ed, it was revealed yesterday by Mar-
sha Tyme, club president.
The movement, designed to permit
flannel slacks in Friday afternoon
classes, has met sharp opposition from
the varsity cheerleaders, who are pro-
moting a back-to-nature movement
with pleated skirts as their first ob-
jective.
The Daily interviewed hundreds of
people to get some campus opinion on
the issue, but nobody knew anything
about it.

by Tuesday in the &eague and will
also appear in the Daily. Each inter-
viewee will be allotted ten minutes
during which time she will be ex-
pected to answer questions concern-
ing her prospective position.
The position of Dance Chairman
of Sophomore Cabaret is open to
all sophomores. The candidates for
this position must state their danc-
ing experience in their petitions
and be prepared to present a sam-
ple of their talent at the interview.
Petitions may be secured from the
Social Director's Office in the League
and must be returned by 5:30 p.m.,
Tuesday to the Undergraduate Of-
fice. Interviewing will take place 3 to
5 p.m., Wednesday. Those interested
must sig their appointment times on
the interviewing sheet in the Under-
graduate Office. Eligibility cards
must be presented at all interviews
with the name of her housemother
and an upper classman as reference.

Soph Meeting
To Be Thursday
A mass meeting for all sophomore
women, sponsored by Soph Project
and Soph Cabaret, will be held at 8
p. m. Thursday in the League Bttll-
room.
At the meeting both the Hospital
project and Cabaret will be explained
to the members of the class of '48.
Cynthia Coates, chairman of Soph
Project, will explain the work that is
done in the hospitals, and Jean Grin-
gle, general chairman of Cabaret, will
tell of the organization, purpose, and
work of this project. Miss Gringle
will be assisted by five members of
the central committee, who will ex-
plain in further detail the various
aspects of Cabaret. Preference slips
may be signed at the meeting.
Mosher Plans Party
The coeds of Mosher Hall, will give
a "Hard Times Get-Together" party
tomorrow night.

As a part of "Independent Fort-
night," to be presented by Assembly
Association, there will be'a series of
teas given for smaller League Houses
at 4 p. m. Tuesday, Nov. 13, and the
Wednesday and Monday following,
in the League.
Teas Planned
Groups of League Houses, to be in-
vited by a zone plan, will attend the
teas, at which the purpose and activi-
ties of Assembly will be explained.
Members of the Assembly Board will
point out the place for independent
women in their organization.
A complete schedule of the zone
groups will be published in the Daily,
and individual invitations will be sent

to each house president. Any inde-
pendent woman however is invited to
attend any one of the teas whether
or not her house has been specifically
invited.
Zones To Be Announced
The zone plan will also be a basis
for exchange activities which As-
sembly hopes to initiate this year, and
as soon as the complete list of dor-
mitories, auxiliary dormitories, and
League Houses is available, the zones
will be announced.
"Independent Fortnight" will open
at 8 p. m. Monday, Nov. 12, at the
League with a mass meeting, at
which a Michigan quiz show, skits,
and songs will be featured.

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The following WAA meetings are
for organization of the various clubs,
and participation in the sports will
not begin until next week. Every-
one will be welcomed at these meet-
ings.
Swimming: 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Barbour Gym.
Hockey: 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Women's Athletic Building.
Dance: 7:15 p.m. Wednesday at
Barbour Gym.
Riding: Joint meeting of Crop and
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Camp Counsellor's Club: 7:15 p. m.
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Ice Skating: 5 p. m. Thursday at
Barbour Gym.
Glee Club Tryouts
To Meet Tomorrow
Tryouts for the University Women's
Glee Club will be held at 4 p. m.
tomorrow in the ABC Rooms in the
League, Bernice Hall, president of the
Glee Club, announced.
All coeds who are interested, ex-
cept first semester freshmen, are eli-
gible to try out. Old members, still
on campus are urged to sign up for
the coming season so that the num-
ber of new members to be taken in
can be determined.
The plans for this year include
Sunday morning broadcasts over a
Detroit network, and spring and
Christmas concerts. The Glee Club
is under the direction of Miss Mar-
guerite Hood.

A meeting for those interested
in becoming members of the Daily
staff will be held at 4 p. m. Mon-
day in the conference room of the
Student Publications building.
All students except first semes-
ter freshmen are eligible to try
out.
The work of the various staffs,
Editorial, Sports, Women's, and
Business will be explained.
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