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)AY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1946

T H E MICHIGAN' DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Campus Casbah Opens Today
At 9 p.m. in League Ballroom

Cl ub To Feature
Campus Talent
(Continued from Page 1)

weekend at the Casbah, starring cam-
pus talent. Bob "the Beast" Grandy
and Dick "Shag" Chenoweth will act
as masters of ceremonies for the
opening night. Both were in the Navy
at Michigan and have been masters
of ceremonies for a variety of cam-
pus functions, including pep rallies
and the freshman smoker.
Jeanne Garron, who has danced
professionally, will perform, dressed
as an Arabian dancing girl. Tommy
Lough and Jim Evans, boogie-woogie
stylists, will play a piano duet. Pat
Pontius will sing "Fable of a Rose,"
"He's My Guy," and "Slowly." A
number by the Symphonaires will
also be included in the program.
The nightclub, in keeping with an
Algerian theme, will be decorated in
vivid colors. The entrance will be a
golden archway, and the band will
Hous e Records
dDu e Wednesday
The name of the house president,
housemother, and a list of quiet hours
for each women's residence on cam-
pus is due by 5 p.m. Wednesday in
the Judiciary Council box in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
Jean Louise Hole, Judiciary chair-
man, has announced that all signout
records from the opening of the
house through Sunday, Sept. 29, must
be turned in by 5 p.m. Monday in the
Undergraduate office. Each week's
records from the preceding Monday
through Sunday are due at 5 p.m.
each Monday throughout the semes-
ter.
Miss Hole emphasized that com-
posite sheets must accompany each
week's records, along with any late
permission slips for house residents.
"It is the responsibility of the house
head and house president to see
that the signout records for the resi-
dence are turned in on time and in
the proper manner each week. In
cases in which sheets are not proper-
ly turned in, the responsible officer
shall appear before the Council and
be subject to social probation," Miss
Hole said.

play under a silver canopy. The coke
bar will be decorated in fuschia and
green, and brilliantly colored panels
will cover the walls. Burning incense
and dim lighting effects will add to
the Gypsy atmosphere.
The Casbah will have a large dance
floor, and the Grand Rapids Room of
the League will be open every Friday
and Saturday night to accommodate
the overflow. For the opening night,
League Council members, dressed as
dancing girls, will act as hostesses
and waitresses.
Tickets for the Campus Casbah are
now on sale at the League desk, and
will remain on sale through Saturday
night. Central committee members
for the nightclub are Ellen Hill, Caro-
lyn Daley, Jean Louise Hole, Doris
Krueger, Max Koegen, and Phyllis
Wilman.
WAA Intramural
Swimming Meet
To Be Held Oct. 15
WAA will hold its Intramural
Swimming Meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Oct. 15 in the Union Pool.
Women living in dormitories, so-
rorities, or league houses may sign up
with their athletic managers until
Oct. 1. All others interested are asked
to call Barbour Gym in order to reg-
ister.
Health Service Records
Those planning to participate must
sign up before Oct. 1, since Health
Service records must be checked be-
fore the meet.
The meet will include 25 and 50
yard free style, breast stroke, and
back crawl events, a free style relay,
and diving events. Those entering
the diving will be required to execute
a front dive, back dive, and one op-
tional dive.
Union Pool to be Open
The Union Pool will be open for
practice preceding the meet from 9
a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28,
Oct. 5, and Oct. 12. Those planning
to enter are urged to take advantage
of these practice sessions.
The WAA Swimming Club, under
the direction of Louise Markhus, will
begin its regular activities immedi-
ately following the swimming meet.
Those having questions concerning
either the meet or club activities, may
call Miss Markhus at 2-4471.

Undergraduate
League Petitions
DueTomorrow
Eligibility Card To Be Required
In Application for Position;
Council Posts Open to Seniors
Petitions for League Council and
for 14 other League positions are due
at noon tomorrow in the Judiciary
Council Box in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
Coeds applying for these posts
should sign for interviews on the time
sheets which are posted in the Un-
dergraduate Office. All interviewees
will be required to present eligibility
cards signed by the Merit-Tutorial
Committee of the League.
Open to senior women who have
had a year's experience in League
activities are the posts of ball-
room chairman, house chairman,
dance class chairman, and person-
nel chairman. Women appointed to
fill these newly-created positions
will serve as membersHof the League
Council.
Information concerning these po-
sitions is posted on the bulletin board
in the Undergraduate Office along
with lists of the specific duties of all
other positions open to juniors, sen-
iors, and sophomores.
Two junior coeds will be appoint-
ed as assistants to the personnel
chairman, and junior and senior
women may apply for positions as
finance chairman of the Dance
Class Committee and for finance,
publicity, floor show, and assistant
chairmanships of the Ballroom
Committee.
Eligible sophomore, junior, and
senior women may petition for posts
as captains on the Dance Class Com-
mittee, and six appointments to these
petitions will be made. This activity,
formerly Junior Girls Project, has
been expanded to an all-class project.
One junior woman will be ap-
pointed to fill a vacancy on the
Women's Judiciary Council. Coeds
applying for the Council member-
ship will be required to have a
thorough knowledge of the func-
tions of the Council and of Uni-
versity house rules.
All coeds who petition for the Ju-
diciary position and League Council
memberships must be familiar with
the League constitution, and will be
asked to submit the names of a house
director, an upperclass woman, and a
faculty member as references.

Union Dances
Will Feature
Frank Tnker
Promising bigger and better things
for this year, the Michigan Union will
continue their weekly dances today
and tomorrow in the Union Ballroom,
from 9 p.m. to midnight, featuring
Frank Tinker and his band.
Tinker is taking over the position
of last year's band leader, Bill Lay-
ton. Before the war he played solo
clarinet and saxophone four years
with Bill Sawyer. An ex-Navy man,
he returned to campus last spring.
New Arrangements
Playing versatile music, the band
will offer something new in the way
of the two beat. Ballad arrangements,
designed for listening pleasure as well
as dancing, will set the mood for the
evening.
Several new faces and soloists are
making their appearance in the
band. Dave Falvay, Tom McNall and
Patti DuPont will entertain as fea-
tured soloists. Falvay, who returned
to campus last semester, will offer
trombone and "scat vocal" solos. Mc-
Nall plays hot trumpet. The vocals
of Miss DuPont were heard last year
with Bill Layton.
Veteran Personnel
The members of the 14-piece Mich-
igan Union Band, service veterans,

are for the most part graduate
dents completing work begun
before the war.
YWCA Clubs Need

stu-
here

Women To Assist
I n Teen-age Projects
Women eligible for participation in
extra-curricular activities who are in-
terested in working with young people
are needed as assistant advisors for
all the Young Women's Christian As-I
sociation Clubs in the Ann Arbor high
schools, according to Miss Janet
Boynton, director of the YWCA teen-
age program.
Those working on this project will
be asked to spend two or three hours
per week helping to plan programs'
for these clubs on personal relations,
health, vocations, service work, cur-'
rent affairs, religion, and the arts.'
"Working with high school students
will give University women valuable
experience in group and recreational
work," Miss Boynton said. All those
who are interested in this activity
should contact Miss Janet Boynton,
2-2581, immediately.

Fortnight Show
Will Be liven
Assembly T Acquaint Coeds
With Independent Activities
The Fortnight Show to be given by
Assembly at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, in
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre in the
League, will have a carnival theme.
The show will climax the activities
of Assembly Fortnight, which has
been designed to acquaint freshman
women with the functions of Assem-
bly and the League. The stage will be
decorated in keeping with the theme,
and entertainment will include a skit
to be given by housemothers and a
skit contest in which various mem-
bers of women's residences will par-
ticipate.
Dormitories which will be repre-
sented in the contest, as announced
by Jeanne Clare, Assembly president,
are: Mosher, Jordan, Stockwell, Mar-
tha Cook, Helen Newberry, Betsy
Barbour, and Adelia Cheever. A prize
will be awarded to members of the
winning group.
Miss Clare urges all independent
women to take advantage of the op-
portunity of learning about the work-
ings of Assembly Association "in an
atmosphere of fun and college spir-
it," by attending the Fortnight
Show.
Social Eventsl
WI I
Many campus groups will celebrate
this first football weekend with so-
eial events.
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority will
hold open house from 8 p.m. to mid-
night today. Open houses after the
Indiana game tomorrow will be held
by Alpha Phi, Alpha Epsilon Phi,
Collegiate Sorosis, Kappa Alpha
Theta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, New-
berry Residence, Pi > eta Phi, and
Zeta Tau Alpha.
The list of open houses continues
with Alpha Chi Omega, Kappa
Delta, Beta Theta Pi, Delta Tau
Delta, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Theta Chi, Delta
Gamma, and Sigma Delta Tau.
Fraternities holding dances Satur-
day include Alpha Tau Omega,
Acacia, Kappa Sigma, Theta Xi, Sig-
ma Chi, Phi Chi, Nu Sigma Nu, Delta
Sigma Delta, Phi Rho Sigma, and
Sigma Phi.
Phi Delta Theta will hold a dance
at Schwaben Hall Saturday, while
i)elta Kappa Epsilon will have a
dinner party and Zeta Beta Tau a
buffet lunch.
Gamma Phi Beta sorority will hold
open house from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday for their housemother, Mrs.
Margaret Baldwin, to which alumnae,
deans, and other sorority housemoth-
ers and house presidents have been
invited.
WAA Skating Club
The WAA Ice Skating Club will
hold an organizational meeting at 5
p.m. Wednesday at Barbour Gym.
Beginning and advanced skaters
will be eligible for membership, and
professional instruction is to be avail-
able to members during the club's
season.

I
COLLEGE SHOPi~ti
LITTLE IND +I
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Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hale of Detroit,
recently revealed the engagement of
their daughter Marilyn Elizabeth, to
Mr. Leslie M. Stratton III, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie M. Stratton Jr., of
Memphis, Tenn. Miss Hale is a junior
living at Betsy Barbour House. Mr.
Stratton is a pledge of Alpha Tau
Omega.
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Roderick Mac-
Laughlin of Midland announce the

marriage of their daughter Eleanor,
to Mr. Robert Gibson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. R. Gibson, on September 9.
Mrs. Gibson was President of the
League Council. She was a member
of Scroll, Wyvern and Alpha Chi
Omega. Mr. Gibson is a member of
Phi Gamma Delta.
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