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Assembly Will Sponsor Dance,
Traditional Recognition Night

Weems To Play
For Semi-Formal
"Time Out," the first all-campus
semi-formal dance of the year, will
be presented by Assembly Associa-
tion from 8:30 p.m. to midnight,
Saturday, November 9, in the In-
tramural Building, and will feature
the music of Ted Weems and his
According to Sue Smith and Phyl-
lis Petit, Social and Project chair-
men of Assembly, respectively, and
co-chairmen of the affair, all pro-
ceeds will go to the Fresh Air Camp
which has been adopted as the Asso-
ciation's project for this year. As-
sembly plans to utilize the funds
both to make the facilities of the
Camp available for student recrea-
tion during the school year, and to
provide needed equipment for the
summer program, which enables un-
derprivileged boys to enjoy the re-
creational activities of camp life.
Highlighting the events of the
Michigan State game week-end,
the dance will be the second and
last affair to be held in the Intra-
mural Building this semester. Men
will not be required to dress in for-
mal attire, and out-of-town guests
willsbe permitted to wear short
Ted Weems, recently discharged
from the United States Maritime
Service, will supply the music for the
occasion, and will feature Shirley
Richards and Larry Noble on vocals
Paul Steele and his trumpet, Tiny
Martin, bass and novelties and Glenn
Martin, bass and novelties, and
Martin on saxophone.
The number of tickets for the
affair will be limited, and will go
on sale the latter part of this
week, according to Miss Smith,
who is in charge of ticket distribu-
Other members of the Centra
Committee are: Jeanne Clare, music:
Allene Golinken, building and
grounds; Audrey Weston, patrons
Sarah Simons, programs; Marilyn
Ahlstrom, assistant tickets; and
Phyllis Carlson, publicity.
Miss Petit, in expressing Assem-
bly's hope for complete campus sup-
port of the benefit dance, said, "I
students will take active interest ir
supporting Assembly's project, the:
will spend an enjoyable evening
make an important contributior
towards affording recreational spac
for a crowded University, and enabl
young boys to have the opportunit
ies of summer camp."

Affair To Honor
Independent Coeds
Tickets are still available for As-
sembly Recognition Night, which will
honor the achievement of inde-
pendent women in scholastic and ex-
tra-curricular activities at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the League Ballroom.
Mrs. Virginia Chase Perkins, au-
thor and lecturer, will speak on
"Women in a Changing World," dis-
cussing the problems encountered by
college graduates in the past and
Scholarship Awards
Scholarship awards will be pre-
sented by Ira M. Smith, Registrar of
the University, while activity honors
will be given by Ellen Hill, president
of the League. The names of the
recipients of both scholastic and ac-
tivity awards will be inscribed on a
plaque containing the names of wom-
en so honored in past years.
Tickets for the event may be ob-
tained at a booth in the League or
from the presidents of independent
List of Patrons
Patrons are Regent Vera B. Bates,
Registrar and Mrs. Ira M. Smith,
Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Mrs. Richard
Fuller, administrative assistant in
the Office of the Dean of Women,
e and Mrs. Lucile B. Conger, Execu-
tive Secretary of the Alumnae Coun-
cil of the Alumni Association.
The list of patrons concludes with
Miss Ethel McCormick, Social Direc-
tor of the League, Miss Jeanne Clare,
president of Assembly Association,
Miss Ellen Hill, president of the
League, and Miss Margaret Gage,
president of Panhellenic Association.
Margaret Thompson is general
chairman for Recognition Night.
Miss Thompson will be assisted by
l Irma Eichhorn. Other members of
Central Committee are Ann Schoor-
maker, assistant publicity; Jean Eng-
strom, tickets; Nancy Schlademan,
1 assistant tickets; Maxine June Bur-
koff, decorations; Dorothea Mountz,

WAA Groups
To Hold Hike
The WAA Outing and Camp Coun-
sellors' Club will sponsor a hostel
trip Saturday to Saline.
The group will leave at 1 p.m. from
the WAB, and will either bicycle or
hike to the Youth Hostel in Saline.
Food will besfurnished by the club.
The hostellers will spend the night
in the camp, and will return to Ann
Arbor Sunday;
Since membership in the hostel
group is limited to twenty, registra-
tion for the trip has been reserved
for those members of the Outing and
Camp Counsellors' Clubs who have
been active in other club activities
this year.

Volunteers Needed
To Sign as Tutors
For All Subjects
Tutors are still needed for all sub-
jects, especially physics, Judy Rado,
chairman of the Merit-Tutorial
Committee, announced recently.
Students wishing to tutor should
fill out a slip with name, address,
phone number, and subject in which
tutoring is to be done, and leave it
in Miss Rado's box in the Undergrad-
uate Office in the League. To be eli-
gible to tutor a student must have
received an A in the subject or a B
if it is his or her major. Tutors are
paid 75 cents an hour.

Recent Weddings and Engagements Revealed
The engagement of Mary Horan, couple will be married December 28 of Sigma Chi. The ceremony took
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Owen J. in Cleveland and will make their place on June 26, at the Pilgrim Long
Horan of Lakewood, Ohio, to Mr. home in Ann Arbor. Church.
Robert L. Dull, son of Mrs. Ernest B. * * * * * *
Wyatt of Haddonfield, New Jersey, Judge and Mrs. William J. Archer The engagement of Glenice Ren-
has been announced. Miss Horan re- of Duluth, Minn., announced the der has been announced by her par-
ceived her A.B. and M.A. from the marriage of their daughter, Jane, to
University an dMr. Dull, upon his William Richard Kopcke, son of Mr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Render,
discharge from the Army Air Corps, and Mrs. W. R. Kopcke of North East, of Birmingham. Her fiance is Mr.
has resumed his studies here. He is a Penn. Mrs. Kopcke is a member of Earl Ramsey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
member of Theta Delta Chi. The Kappa Alpha Theta and Mr. Kopcke Alton Ramsey of Harbor Beach.

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WAA Notices
No games will be played this week
in the WAA interhouse volleyball
tournament, since Barbour Gym will
not be available because of the influ-
enza immunization program.
WAA Club meetings for this week
have been scheduled as follows:
Archery Club advanced shooters
will meet at 5 p.m. tomorrow and
beginners will practice at 5 p.m.
Thursday downstairs in the WAB.
Scores will be recorded for the ad-
vanced group members. Coeds in-
terested in archery activities may
call Pat Newberg, manager, at 2-
Hockey Club will meet at 4:45 p.m.
Tuesday for practice, and .the chal-
lenge game with University High
School will be played at 5 p.m. Wed-
nesday at Palmer Field.
Swimming Club will hold its first
regular meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday
at the Union Pool. Attendance will
be taken.
The make - up committee of
Soph Cabaret will meet at 5 p.m.
tomorrow in the League. The
room will be posted on the League
bulletin board.
Veterans To Offer
Tinker's Orchestra
At Halloween Dance
The Veterans Organization will
sponsor the Black Cat Ball from. 9
p.m. to midnight, Friday, in the
Rainbow Room of the Union.
Tickets, priced at $1.50, will go
on sale Tuesday at the League, Union
and local bookstores, and from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday and Friday
on the Diagonal. There will be a 50
per cent discount for members of
the V. O. organization. Ticket sales
will be limited to 500 to prevent ov-
This informal dance will feature
the music of Frank Tinker and his
orchestra. The decorations and
games have been planned to carry
out the Halloween theme and a pro-
gram of entertainment including
group singing and the awarding of
door prizes will be presented during
Panhel Committee
To Meet Tomorrow
The publicity committee for Pan-
hel Ball will meet at 4 p.m. tomorrow
in the League.
This meeting is for all coeds who

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