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T TESAY, DECEMBERL 10, 1790 "'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

VALE

College Visitors Will Attend
Union Winter Formal Friday

Ten representatives from eight
Michigan Colleges have accepted
invitations extended to them from
the Union Executive Council to
attend the first of the two-night
Union Formal to be held from 9
p.m. to midnight Friday and Sat-
uprday in the Union Ballroom.
The inter-collegiate event is be-
Michigan Dames
To Hold Meeting
The Christmas meeting of the
lichiean Dames Club will be held
, t 8:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Rack-
ham Building.
The program will include rendi-
tions by the Clef Club of the
Michigan Dames, under the direc-
tion of Miss Madeline Jones of the
School of Music. East Indian
Temple dancers provided by Mrs.
Bhanu Parikh will also perform
for the group.
Refreshments will be served and
all members of the club and guests
are invited to attend.
The Michigan chapter of the
Dames was establishedrin 1914,
and is part of the national social
organization for married women
on campus.
There will be a meeting of all
basketball timers and scorers at 5
p.m. today in Barbour gym. Wom-
en who plan to be scorers or tim-
ers must be present in order to re-
ceive participation points.

ing presented in an effort to es-
tablish a closer relationship be-
tween Michigan colleges and uni-
versities. The Union extended in-
vitations to these colleges, who se-
lected the women by campus elec-
tions, or appointment by the re-
spective college dean of students
or student councils.
Michigan Schools Represented
Colleges to be presented include
Olivet College, Hillsdale College,
Wayne University, Michigan State
College, Alma College, Western
Michigan State Teachers College,
Kalamazoo College and Highland
Park Junior College.
Union Council members will
honor the visiting coeds during
the day when they are shown the
campus. In the evening, a for-
mal banquet is to be giv'en in their
honor, followed by the formal
dance.
Dance To Be Held Two Days
The annual formal affair is be-
ing presented two days for the
first time in the history of Union
sponsored dances, to accommodate
a larger portion of the interested
student enrollment. Couples are
limited to one night attendance.
Tickets will be sold from 3 to 4
p.m. tomorrow through Friday at
the main desk in the lobby of the
Union. Tickets may be purchased
by those holding Union cards,
which must be presented for
stamping at that time. Those who
are unable to obtain tickets at
these times, may have them pur-
chased by proxy.

League Plans
To Resume
Dance Classes
The League Dance Committee
plans to sponsor a course similar
to the one held this semester for
beginners and intermediates dur-
ing the spring semester, according
to Shirley Mattern, chairman.
The previous class concluded
an eight week period of instruction;
Wednesday, Dec. 4.
Sixty-nine hostesses for the
dance classes were placed on the
Committee's Honor Roll for the
fall semester. Women maintain-
ing a nearly perfect attendance
are: Lois Altman, Jane Baker,
Marianne Bell, Louise Bemis,
Georgianna Ben e s h, Lucille
Birnbaum and Pat Brenneman.
Others are Arlene Brice, Phyllis
Brooks, Betty J. Campbell, Carol
Castricum, Pat Chase, Catherine
Corson, Theodus Courtney, Muriel
Davis, Jane DeMaso, Marilyn
Dewey, Ellen Diamant, Annette
Dieters, Wilma Dowling, Virginia
Fairchild, Mary Lou Gabel, Linda
Gannett, Marjorie Garman, Mon-
ica Geiger, Ruth Gerstner, Mar-
garet Gibbons, Mary Gordon and
Helen Grzymala.
Also included are Joyce Gul-
den, Marilyn Haley, Bette Ham-
ilton, Jane Hardin, Ann Heuer,
Lucy Kennedy, Barbara Lewis,
Barbara MacLachlan, Esther
Maisel, Elizabeth Makielshi,
Sally Lou Mick, Betsy Moore,
Sally Musselman and Priscilla
Nebel.
Additional coeds are Betty Jean
Nelson, Jane Newsome, Gene Nor-
ton, Charlotte Peck, Bodil Ree,
Beatrice Richards, Zora Rudelich,
Nancy Schlademan, Alice M. Scott,
Norma Shaylor, Betty Shepherd,
Evelyn Schrock, Sarah Simons,
and Lucille Sims.
The list concludes with Con-
stance Skaff, Doris Smith, Maxine
Smith, Bernice Southworth, Janet
Taylor, Dolores Thomas, Delphine
Tyberghein, Amy Wallace, Karla
Walton, Barbara Winter,

Bowling Club
To Hold Meet
Students May Still Register
For Doubles Tournament
Registration is still open for the
all campus mixed bowling tourna-
ment Saturday, December 14, in
the Union.
The deadline for registration for
the tournament, which is spon-
sored by the WAA Bowling Club,
is tomorrow. Women are asked to
call Pat Bregner at 2-4561 and
men may sign up with Ralph Wil-
derman at 8771. Couples may reg-
ister together, but partners will be
arranged for those who sign up
alone.
A small fee will be charged
charged which must be paid at
the time of registration. Regular
Bowling Club meetings are being
held as usual for members and all
those having questions concerning
the activities of the group are
urged to call Gwen Sperlich, man-
ager, at 2-3494.
Junior Class Dues
Collection of junior dues to fi-
nance Junior Girls Play will be-
gin tomorrow according to Cyn-
thia Coates, finance chairman.
Dues will be collected in wom-
en's houses on campus, tomorrow
aid Thursday, and Monday, Tues-
day and Wednesday, Dec. 16, 17
and 18.
Juniors who are not contacted
may pay their dues from noon to
2 p.m., Friday and Thursday, Dec.
19 in the Undergraduate Office in
the League.
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717 North University Ave.

Mixer Dance
All men on campus are invited
to attend a mixer dance given by
coeds living in league houses, from
2 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the League
Ballroom.
This is the first in a series of'
League House Dances designed to
give students the opportunity of
getting better acquainted. These
dances take the place of open
houses for women whose resi-
dences are too small for such en-
tertainment.
Coeds may purchase tickets
for this affair from 10 a.m. to
noon and from 2 to 4 p.m. today
in the League. Tickets will also
be on sale from 10 a.m. to rioan
and from 1 to 3 p.m. tomorrow
and Friday and from 2 to 4 p.m.
Thursday.
All coed residents of league
houses may attend, but only a lim-
ited supply of tickets are avail-
able. Upon purchasing her ticket,
each woman must present her As-
sembly membership card, which
will be checked. Assembly cards
may still be obtained from 3 to
5 p.m. today through Thursday in
the Assembly Office, Rm. D in the
League.
The affair will feature the
music of Ed Morehaus and his
orchestra, and special mixed
dances will be introduced. For
those who like bridge, facilities
will be provided. Refreshments
will be served.
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Assembly Delec
Reports have been received from
the three delegates from Assem-
bly Association who have just re-
turned from a conference for in-
dependent women's organizations
held at Ohio State University for
the week-end of December 7 and
8.
The representatives who attend-
ed the conference were: Jeanne
Clare, present of Assembly, Sarah
Simons, personnel chairman and
Sue Smith, social chairman.

The purpose of the conference,
according to Miss Clare, was to
permit an exchange of ideas, as
well as to compare the workings
of the various independent wom-
en's organizations, and to formu-
late suggestions for further im-
provement.
Included in the program were
informative talks given by several
representatives, describing the or-
ganization of their particular in-

gates Disclose Conference Reports

dendendent groups. Following
these reports, delegates were di-
vided into discussion groups in
which the most pertinent prob-
lems included: campus politics,
membership, finance, program,
publicity relationship with Greek
letter organizations and recogni-
tion of outstanding independent
women.
Miss Clare reported that the
conference was very successful.

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