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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 194

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Campus Casbah Will Feature
Foreign Student Entertainment
Program To Initiate Campus WSSF Drive;
All Proceeds To Be Contributed to Fund

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The floorshow of the Campus Cas-
bah, open from 8 p.m. to midnight
today in the League Ballroom, will
feature a cast of foreign students
with an International Night theme.
This weekend's entertainment will
herald the World Service Student
Fund drive which will begin next
week. All profits from the night club
this week will go to the WSSF drive.
Native Dances To Be Given
All of the students in the floorshow
will be in their native costumes and
will sing or dance in the style typical
of their gnative countries. Lourdes
Segundo and her team of four Fili-
pino dancers will do a Bamboo Dance.
A group of Europeans, led by Fred-
erick Dierkens, will sing European
anhel Reveals
Appointments
Sally Stamats, Kappa Alpha Theta,
has been named general chairman of
Panhellenic Recognition Night, it
was announced at Panhel Board
meeting this week.
The following appointments were
also revealed:. Kathleen Watson,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, program ar-
rangements chairman; Jean Flood,
Delta Gamma, finance chairman;
Margery Holk, Kappa Delta, patrons
chairman; Marilyn Holtom, Alpha Chi
Omega, programs chairman; and
Beverly Garret, Alpha Eta, publicity
chairman.
Panhellenic Recognition Night is
given annually to honor affiliated
women for scholarship and activity
records. Awards will also be pre-
sented to the outstanding sophomore,
junior and senior. Recognition Night
will be presented in January this
year.

student songs in thier native lan-
guages. Also included in the floor-
show will be Gunvant Shah, Indian
imitator; Chico Kennedy, Cuban dan-
cer; and Dalisay Aldaba, Filipino
singer.
Tickets on Sale at League
Tickets for the Casbah, all-campus
night club sponsored by the League
council, are now on sale at the main
iesk in the League. Students are
asked to present identification cards
when they purchase tickets.
The color scheme of the Casbah
was recently changed to fuschia and
black, and Chinese lanterns, crepe
paper curtains, and cartoon figures
have been added to the decorations.
An honor roll containing all the
names of those who have taken part
in past floorshows is a feature of the
decorations.
Allen Townsend and his eleven-
piece orchestra plays for the Casbah,
and Lois Roberts and the Symphon-
aires provide the vocals. Tables are
set up in the Ballroom and Grand
Rapids room, and a public address
system broadcasts the music to the
Grand Rapids Room.
The central committee for the night
club includes Joan Schlee, chairman;
Carla Mullendore, assistant chair-
man; Barbara Williamson, finance;
Marion Carleton, publicity, and Pen-
ny Klausner, floorshow.
Job Opportunities
The Office of the Dean of Women
announces that students are needed
to work in the University hospital
cafeteria, to model for art classes,
and to work in the League. Any wom-
en who are interested may apply at
the Office of the Dean of Women
where they may obtain specific in-
formation about the hours of the
work.

BRACELET-Actress Hedy Lamarr
holds her United Nations bracelet
of coins from every country partici-
pating.
All 'U' Students
May Sign Now
.For Tutoring
Students wishing to be tutored
should sign up now in the Under-
graduate Office of the League, ac-
cording to Judy Rado, chairman of
the Merit-Tutorial Committee.
Students may sign up by placing a
slip with their name, phone number
and subject in which they wish to be
tutored in Miss Rado's box in the
Undergraduate Office. All students
are eligible to tutor and tutors are
available in almost every course.
.Students who desire to be tutors
may sign up in the same way. Tutors
are still needed in all subjects, espe-
cially economics 71 and 72. They are
paid 75 cents an hour.
Miss Rado urges that anyone wish-
ing to be tutored sign up now as
there is always a rush at the end of
the semester. The tutoring service
closes two weeks before exams begin.
Coeds interested in working on the
Merit-Tutorial Committee should
leave their name and phone number
in Miss Rado's box.
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WAA Groups
Plan Bowling,
Golf Lessons
THE WAA GOLF CLUB will offer
golf lessons, open to all members,
beginning at 7:30 p.m. Monday in
Barbour Gymnasium.
The lesson Monday is the first in a
series of six lessons which will be
held at the same time on succeeding
Mondays. Open to both beginning
and advanced golfers, these lessons
include a lecture period on golf tech-
nique, followed by a supervised prac-
tice period. Mrs. Stewart Hanley, of
the Women's Physical Education De-
partment, will give the lectures and
s1&pervise the practice periods.
All women are requested to bring a
club and a cotton practice ball. Any-
one owning her own clubs, is urged to
bring an iron to the first lesson, but
those who are unable to obtain clubs,
may rent them for the series of six
lessons.
Any coed who is interested in join-
ing the golf club should, contact the
club manager, Betsey Moore, 4879.
The WAA BOWLING CLUB will
sponsor league bowling beginning at
3 p.m. Monday in the Ann Arbor Rec-
creation alleys.
Additional bowling days will be at
3 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesdays,
with a Thursday section to be formed
if there is sufficient demand. Bowling
will continue until Dec. 18, at which
time awards will be made to the high
scoring team and individual bowler.
Club members are requested to
bring their dues to the first meeting
of their section.
Places are still open for bowling
on Monday, according to Gwen
Sperlich, manager. Those women in-
terested are urged to call Miss Sper-
lich at 2-3494 for further informa-
tion.
There will be a combined re-
hearsal for the Soph Cabaret cast
at 7:15 p.m. Monday in the Grand
Rapids Room of the League. Any
women who wish to work on com-
mittees.should leave their names
and telephone numbers in Polly
Hanson's box in the Undergradu-
ate Office.

Merit-Tutorial Has Dual Purpose
In Serving University Students

By JEAN WHITNEY
The Merit-Tutorial Committee of
the League serves a double purpose
for students on campus.
The Merit section of the commit-
tee keeps a file with a merit card fora
every woman on campus. There is a
picture of each coed on her card and
also a record of every extra curricu-
lar activity in which she has partici-
pated at the University.
With these cards are personnel
reports made out by the various
chairmen of committees, presidents
of clubs and heads of other activi-
ties in which each coed has taken
part. These reports are sent in at
the end of every semester.
Through these the women are rated
in points according to athe new sys-
tem. The reports are also used for
the benefit of Office of the Dean of
Women, the Social Director of the
League, Judiciary Council, League
committees and honor societies, who
by referring to the files, may find
just the coed they need to work on
some activity. The files are also used
as references by employers of Mich-
igan graduates.
Not only the activities in which
a coed has taken part, but also how
well she did the job is kept in the
records. These files are very im-
portant, and it is to each coed's
advanage that her card be kept up
to date, according to Judy Rado,
chairman of the Merit-Tutorial
Committee.
The Tutorial Service is open not
only to women, but to, all students
on campus. The committee has in
its files a list of approximately 100
tutors. To be eligible to tutor a stu-
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dent must have received an A in the
course or a B if it is his major. Tu-
tors are paid 75 cents an hour.
Tutors are most in demand for
math, accounting and first year
courses such at zoology 1, history 11,
geology 11 and political science 1. Tu-
tors are paid 75 cents an hour. Tu-
tors are available at the beginning of
each semester for all students except
freshmen, who may tutor after their
five-weeks marks come out.
Besides their regular duties, the
members of the committee have
undertaken the job of setting up
an information booth in the Merit-
Tutorial Room in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League. The booth
has information on practically
everything on campus and in Ann
Arbor that would be of interest to
students. They will answer ques-
tions on Union activities, League
activities, fraternities, sororities,
scholarships, train and bus sched-
ules, meetings and many other
things.

Union To Hold
Dance Today
Phi Gamma Delta To Present
Program During Intermission
"Life in the University," is the
theme of the program to be presented
by Phi Gamma Delta fraternity dur-
ing the intermission of the Union
Dance to be held from 9 p.m. to mid-
night today in the Union Ballroom.
Phi Gamma Delta is the first to
compete in intermission program con-
test, sponsored by the Union Execu-
tive Council. In each succeeding
week, a group from a fraternity,
men's dorm, or independent rooming
house will present a program during
the intermission,
Two separate shows were planned,
the first was presented yesterday.
This evening's entertainment will in-
clude William "Buck" Dawson, as
emcee, and Philip Pratt and George
Spaulding.
During the spring semester, it is
the intention of the Union to present
a trophy to the grout judged to
have presented the best entertain-
ment.

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THE LATEST WORD
in gift suggestions is a clever
manicuring or cosmetic set. Peggy
Sage, Chen Yu, and Roger and
Gallet'set from $1.50 to $15.00 at
Calkins-Fletcher.

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association at 7:00 p.m., Mon., Nov.
18, at the Michigan League.
Amateur Telescope- Makers: All
persons interested'in amateur tele-
scope making are invited to attend
a meeting at the University Observa-
tory opposite the University Hospi-
tal at 7:30 p.m., Mon., Nov. 18.
Mr. L. H. Sprinkle, an experienced
amateur builder of telescopes, will
describe the methods and materials
employed in grinding telescope mir-
rors.
Cercle Francais will meet at 8:00,
p.m., Mon., Nov. 18, in Rm. 305, Un-
ion. Picture for Michiganensian will
be taken. Program: French songs,
student songs, and French games.
The Pep Club will meet at 5:00 p.m.
Tues., Nov. 19 in the Union. Atten-
dance will be taken.
Gilbert and Sullivan: A recording
of "Trial By Jury" will be played at
the League at 1:3Q p.m. Sunday.
Casting sfor principles will be held
from 7:00-9:00 p.m., M1onday at the
League.
Sociedad Hispanica members will
meet for informal Spanish conver-

sation at 4:00 p.m. Mon., Nov. 18,
International Center.
Scalp and Blade meeting at 7:00
p.m., Sun., Nov. 17, in the Union for
all old members to discuss treorgani-
zation and rushing plans for this
year.
Underwriters meeting Monday,
Nov. 18 (note change of day), in the
League. The agenda will include elec-
tion of officers and organization of
basketball teams for interhouse tour-
naments. All eligible members are
urged to attend.
Attention Vulcans: There will be an
important meeting at 6:30 p.m., Sun.,
Nov. 17. Every Vulcan on campus
should attend.
The University of Michigan Hot
Record Society is holding a record
concert at 8:00 p.m. Sun., Nov. 17, in
the Garden Room of the Michigan
League. All those interested in jazz
music are cordially invited.
The U. of M. chapter of the Inter-
collegiate Zionist Federation of
America will meet 'at 7:45 p.m., Wed.,
Nov. 20, at the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation. The program will con-
sist of an original radio skit entitled,
"The Builders and the Non-Builders."
Everyone is cordially invited.

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