WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 194G
'Tf11~1 1TlL 11 TE 1:1 1A T U. R. ..'AL.. . i 3. .\1 L.3t1. 1.C.LM.r .3
Eligibility Cards Due at League
From Soph Cabaret Members
All coeds working on Soph Cabaret
committees and in the floorshow must
put their eligibility cards in Polly
Hanson's box in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League as soon as
possible, if they have not yet been
Members of the decorations com-
mittee, headed by Virginia Garrit-
sen and Karin Lindh, are Shirley Au-
gust, Beatrice Brown, Carolyn Wells,
Karen Gerber, Marjorie Riggs, Joyce
Brawer, Helen Eggerth, Betty Jordan,
Shirley Johnson, Kaye Lamley, Betty
Ann Warren, Peggy Berris, Rita
Bricker, Evelyn Marczan, Janis
Glassman, Joan Silverman, Nancy
Sayre, Haverly Hubert, Ann Tuck,
Peggy Buckingham and Pat Forres-
The list of decorations committee
members continues with Katherine
Hemmer, Barbara Ann Dunkle, Fran-
ces Hall, Betty Lou St. Clair, Pat
Gurr, Kay Lynch, Jovce Pomeroy,
Lorry Cobrin, Joanna Belding, Mar-
ilyn Howell, Bernice Calkins, Ruth
Briegel, Ann Herman, Marilyn Weihe,
Miriam Scheiber, Joan Rowdabaugh,
Cynthia Finn, Joyce Thomas, Ruth
Mollnow, Phyllis Merritt, Ruth Sam-
met and Mary Lou Dove.
Women working on the eligibility
committee are Gail Marvel, Ursula
Maister, Helene Keeler, Sally Wilcox,
Ada Levine, Norma Shaylor and Mar-
ilyn Ann Jones, according to Bette
Hamilton, chairman. Members of the
programs committee, headed by
Marge Plaut, are Janice Cohen, Eli-
nor Abrahamson and Marjorie Wil-
Working on the tickets committee,
chairmaned by Eugenia McCallum
and Sue Montgomery, are Middy Hel-
singer, Mary Wright, Pat Stevens, Es-
ther Gommerson, Barbara Crosley,
Ginnie Nicklas, Jean Smith, Ann Ges-
tic, Bobby Reiter, Elizabeth Barss,
Alline Brown, Ann Mosher, Mary
Daugherty, Carol Huggins, Jeanie
Lynnbloom, Corinne Schield, Ann
Weiner, Evelyn Heichener, Barbara
Lewis, Lois Erwin and Rommie Mc-
Members of the refreshments com-
mittee are Janice Borock, Kathryn
Randolph, Barbara Smith, Mary Ann
O'Connor, Martha Earl, Marilyn Jer-
vis, Leona Martin, Hanna Fischbein,
sJcan Staubach, Patricia Shields,
Margaret Butron, Suzanne Martin,
Penny Brundrett, Gretchen Mankle,
Mary Calvi and Barbara Clark.
Laurene Pickford, chairman of the
ushering committee, announces the
following coeds as members: Bar-
bara Brown, Marilyn Boadt, Linda
Gannett, Barbara Bolmer, Joan
Rakov, Phyllis Collins, Marilyn
Marks, Beverly Goldstein, Jacqueline
Langan; Dorothy Heim, Norma Met-
ler, Phyllis Smith, Ann Norris, Jean
Hecker and Marge Stern.
The dues drive for the Cabaret will
.ontinue until Tuesday. Members of
!he finance committee will personally
visit all dormitories, league houses,
orority houses and private houses
where sophomore women are living.
To Be Installed
There will be an installation cere-
mony for all presidents of indepen-
dent residences on campus, at 7:30
p.m. today in the League Chapel.
At the traditional candlelight cere-
mony, approximately 93 house presi-.
dents will receive the blue-and-white
Assembly ribbons and gavel, which
will be presented by Audrey Weston
and Allene Golinken, vice-presidents
of Assembly in charge of dormitories
and league houses, respectively.
Jeanne Clare, Assembly president,
will address the group, and guestf
speaker of the evening will be Mrs.
Mary C. Bromage, Assistant Dean of
According to Miss Clare, "Installa-
tion ceremonies are held every se-
mester, and are a means of officially
recognizing the position of indepen-
dent house leaders."
Meetings in League
The Productionr Unit of Soph Cab-
aret will meet at 5 p.m. today in the
ABC Rooms of the League.
A meeting of the Floorshow Unit
of the Cabaret will be held at 5 p.m.
tomorrow in the ABC Rooms of the
The Business Unit of the Cabaret
will meet at 5 p.m. Friday in the ABC
There will be a meeting for all
coeds signed on the Skits Committee
of the Cabaret at 4:30 p.m. today in
the League. The room will be posted
on the bulletin board at the League
To Be Given
By AVC Today
The first in a series of afternoon
dances, sponsored by the American
Veterans Committee, will be present-
ed from 2 to 5 p.m. today in the
These dances are open to all men
and women on campus, and will be
given every Wednesday afternoon.
The affairs will be informal, and no
dates are necessary. Dancing will be
to records, and the League coke bar
will be open for refreshments.
The AVC hopes to make the dances
a campus institution where men and
wcmen may drop in after classes.
They feel that there is a definite need
for a place with an informal atmos-
phere where women and veterans may
meet. The dances will provide a mid-
week activity which the University
Hosts and hostesses will act as an
ice-breaker committee for the initial
dances, and will help students to feel
at home. "This dance will also illus-
trate a use to which idle League facil-
ities may be put during the week at
a time when overcrowded conditions
make such facilities so necessary,"
announced Art Kaplan, dance com-
There will be a meeting of the
Decoration Committee for As-
sembly Recognition Night at 7
p.m. today in the League. Maxine
Burkoff, chairman, asks all coeds
who signed for the Committee to
be sure to come.
In WAA Meet
Collegiate Sorosis was awarded first
place in the team competition of the
WAA swimming meet, held at 7:30
p.m. yesterday in the Union pool,
The Stockwell team took second
place, and Gamma Phi Beta was.
awarded third place honors, followedf
by Kappa Kappa Gamma and Pi
Beta Phi in fourth and fifth places,
Individual high scores were tallied
by Rosemary Scioetz , 14 points, Roxie
Taylor, 12 points; B c Richards, 10
points, Carol Holly, 9 points, and
Winnie Morphett, 3.
Pi Beta Phi and Kappa Kappa
Gamma tied for first place in the re-
lay, followed by Sorosis, Kappa Alpha
Theta, and Martha Cook. The diving
competition was won by Bee Rich-
ards, who earned a total of 22 points.
Following her in point totals were
Sally Norton, Elizabeth Bars, Ruth
Bush, and Betty Richards.
Winner of the 50-yard free style
event was Carol 'Holly, while Sally
Donovan and Winnie Morphett tied
for first place in the 25-yard free-
style. Roxie Taylor won the 25-yard
breaststroke and the 50-yard breast-
stroke contest as well. Rose Schoetz
was awarded first place for the 50-
yard backstroke, and also took top
honors iij the 25-yard backstroke
The meet was sponsored by the
W'AA Swimming Club, under the di-
rection of Louise Markhas, WAA
Women on the University of Michi-
gan campus staked a claim in the re-
search world when they organized
the Women's Research Club.
This club is open to women who
have shown ability by actually doing
research. Prospective membersdare
usually nominated by members of
the department in which they work.
The club's membership board reviews
the nominations and places eligible
women up for election. Women who
pass the requirements are elected.
Once a month the Women's Re-
search Club holds a meeting during
which a member talks on research
she has done or is doing. At the
last meeting Dr. Vivian Yob spoke
on "Fluid Replacement in Burns."
Women who have won distinction
in their chosen field are sometimes
nominated for honorary membership.
Dr. Alice Hamilton, a pioneer in the
Women Take Active Part in Research
field of industrial medicine, was made
an honorary member last year.
During the war, women who were
here on temporary assignments had
a chance to meet women and staff
members of the club, who are ac-
tively engaged in war research.
Many fields are represented in ithe
club as is shown by the following
talks in past years. Dr. Aileen Kitch-
in, research assistant in the English
Language Institute, spoke on "Applied
Linguistic Science," a new method of
Riding Club To Meet
Group II of Crop and Saddle
Riding Club will meet at 7 p.m.
today at Barbour Gym. Group I
meets at 7 p.m. tomorrow, and
group II at 4 p.m. Friday.
The Medical Book Ceint..'
* Medical, Dental, Public Health
and Nursing Books and Supplies.
Also trade books and special orders.
121 6 South University
-,m 2 ~n~ w wL
in supple jersey . .
scattered gold nai!heads gleam from the
skirt of a junior-scaled date success,.
extravagantly flattering pastels - Quick
Silver and Renoir Blue . . . Sizes 9 to 15.
sue' ' :,. ". p !' -
You'll see this trademark
in the national magazines, in the finest
stores . . . jewel-precious shoes in
elegant suedes, softest calf . . .
C/% 66 lion
The wonderful subtlety of black with brown .
Agate colorings . . . melting colors . . . the
youngest smart combination of fall . . . most beautiful
combination in years. Any shade of brown,
with black will make a costume the most
and brilliant patterns
now exclusively with us in Ann Arbor.