FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1946
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Managers Will Be Appointed
For All League House Zones
Petitions for positions as league
house zone managers for the Wom-
en's Athletic Association are due at
5 p.m. Monday in the League Under-
One manager is to be chosen for
each zone of league houses, and the
manager will be in charge of athletic
participation in WAA sports and in-
terhouse tournaments for coeds liv-
ing in her zone.
Petitions should be turned in to
theWAA Box in the Undergraduate
Office. Interviewing will be held for
all coeds petitioning from 2 p.m. to
5 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. Each
applicant should sign for an inter-
view when she turns in her petition.
Interviewing times will be posted in
the Undergraduate Office.
Rae Keller, WAA, league house
manager, urged all eligible league
house women to apply for the zone
manager posts. According to Miss
Keller, the petitioning gives coeds
living in league houses an opportun-
ity to participate in WAA activities
and to plan their own athletic pro-
First-semester freshmen wom-
en in the University are eligible
to. participate in WAA Clubs, as
well as in freshman glee club ac-
Although they may not take
part in inter-scholastic meets or
become members of University
teams, first-term coeds may join
any of the WAA sport clubs.
Meet at League
The make-up, stage and costume
committees and the entire cast of
Soph Cabaret will meet at 4:30 p.m.
today in the League.
The room will be posted on the
bulletin board at the League's main
desk. Future meetings will be an-
nounced and general plans discussed.
It is necessary that all coeds
connected with the floorshow at-
tend the meeting, according to
Mary Stierer, floorshow chairman.
Coeds having 4 p.m. classes should
come to the meeting as soon as
their classes are over, Miss Stierer
Women who have not yet had their
eligibility cards signed must bring
them to be signed at this time. Coeds
on other committees who have not
had their cards signed must bring
them to their respective meetings.
Members of the finance commit-
tee for the Cabaret will collect
dues through the rest of the week
until Tuesday. They will visit all
dormitories, league houses, sorority
houses and private homes where
sophomore coeds are living. "We
hope that all sophomores will pay
their dues, as the funds are neces-
sary to finance the Cabaret," Pat
Hannagan, publicity chairman,
The Business Unit of Soph Cab-
aret will meet at 5 p.m. today in the
ABC Rooms of the League.
The Eligibility committee of the
Cabaret will meet at 4:30 p.m. today
in the League. The room will be
posted on the bulletin board.
In All Subjects
Students are stillneeded to tutor
in all subjects, especially physics,
according to Judy Rado, chairman
of the Merit-Tutorial Committee.
To be eligible to tutor a student
must have received an A in the sub-
ject or a B if it is his or her major.
Anyone wishing to tutor should fill
out a slip with name, address and
phone number and leave it in Miss
Rado's box in the Undergraduate
Office in the League.
An information Booth is now open
from 1 to 5 p.m. in the Merit-Tuto-
rial Room in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League. Questions about
Union activities, League activities,
scholarships, sororities, fraternities,
meetings, dances and any other
things of interest to students will
Coeds are still needed to make pos-
ters for the committee, Miss Rado
Sororities To Meet
In Gridiron Battle
At Palmer Field
In what promises to be the grid
battle of the century, the Alpha Phi
sorority eleven will meet Sorosis at
4:30 today at Palmer Field.
Coached by former Michigan grid
great, Tom Kuzma, the Sorosis team
boasts a formidable team. Kuzma
stated that his aggregation would
put on a real razzle-dazzle exhibi-
tion of football and also said that
+.he Alpha Phi's are in for at least
Co-op Ideas Bega
Now Spread Thr(
By BLANCHE BERGER
EDITOR'S NOTE-This is the first in a
series o articles about co-operatives in
general, and those on the Michigan
campus in particular.
The term co-operative as it is
generally accepted today means a
voluntary union of individuals work-
ing together apart from government
in unified production, distribution
and purchase for the benefit of all.
Cooperatives themselves are busi-
ness enterprises owned and operated
by the people they serve.
England is the classic home and
birthplace of co-operatives as a
practical movement. On April 5,
1844, at Toad Lane in Rochdale,
twenty-eight weavers started the
first successful consumers co-oper-
ative store. It was at a time when
the entire community was out of
work, and had almost no means af
making a decent living. These weav-
ers saved a few shillings and invest-
ed in a bag of flour which was dis-
tributed at cost price.
For the first year the store made
little or no profit, but thereafter
forged ahead. By 1856 the pio-
neers had branched out to include
the selling of clothing, meat and
bread is well as groceries. Later
the continued success of this be-
ginning in Rochdale stimulated
Coeds To Be Guests
n in Rochid ale; At Veterans' Dance
ughou t WorddToday in Willow Run
Women from dormitories, sorori-
ties, and league houses will be guests
at the Veterans' Dance to be held
the cooperattive movement firomi 8:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. today
throughout England. in . R.
The Rochdale principles are sim- at West Lodge in Willow Run.
p. The inc ips a si Jerry Edwards and his orchestra
sle. They include: first, a public will furnish the music for the eve-
store selling to all, second, a cheap ning. A Veterans' Dance was held'
membership; and third, distribution lanw. A te fis time ths sea-
of net profits at certain times on a last week for the first time this sea-
ofcnet profbs a r tson. It is the hope of the committee
percentagehe bas that weekly dances will be held if in-
One of the greatest and most in- terest in the activity prevails.
fluential men of the times, known Busses will be provided for coeds
Co-is he "ather ofe attending the affair. They will leave
o-op Movement" was Robert Owen. from the League at 7:45 p.m. and re-
His advanced ideas of co-operativeso turn there after the dance. Coeds
as the basis of a new social and.eco- are requested to return from the
noic order were rejected by socie- dance in the same bus.
ty during his time. Later, however, The affair is held in an effort to
Owenism became the foundation of acquaint students living at Willow
many societies. Run with those on campus. Dances
The cooperative i dl e a ha s
branched out not only throughout of this kind were begun last year.
England, but also to various other
countries, including France, Ger- Cactus Hop Planne
many, Russia, Italy, and the U. S.
It has also gone so far as to ex- By Newman Club
tend its services to include co-op-
erative wholesale societies, bank- A "Cactus Hop" will be held by the
ing, agricutural organizations, Newman Club from 8 p.nr. to mid-
factories, and building, as wella s night today in the Newman Club
public services. The movement is rooms.
national and international in Refreshments, entertainment and
scope, and encompasses numerous dancing will be included in the pro-
industries and organizations, gram of the dance, which will have a
Although these may seem like dif- Mexican atmosphere. Decorations
ferent movements, there is no con- have been planned to carry out a
flict between the various forms Western theme.
C and .z
The marriage of Helen Corlett,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Webster
D. Corlett of Oak Park, Ill., to
Charles W. Higgins, sox of Mr. and
Mrs. O. B. Higgins also of Oak Park,
has been announced.
The wedding took place June 26 at
the bride's home. Mrs. Higgins is
affilated with Kappa Alpha Theta
and Mr. Higgins is a member of Sig-
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nester of
Grosse Point announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Connie, to
William Griffith, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Griffith of Ann Arbor.
Miss Nester is a member of Kappa
Alpha Theta sorority. Mr. Griffith
is attending Law School at the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
A list from every women's house
on campus containing the names
of its house mother and president
and designating its quiet hours,
must be turned in by 5 p.m. today
to the Judiciary Council Box in
the Undergraduate Office in the
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