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Soph Mass Meeting
Will Be Wednesday
Chairmen Will Explain Committee Functions
For Cabaret Given Annually by Women,

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A mass meeting for all sophomore
women will be held at 4:30 p.m., Wed-
nesday in the League Ballroom to dis-
cuss plans for Soph Cabaret.
Chairmen of the major commit-
tees will explain the type of work
done by each committee and the
number of coeds needed to help.
Every effort will be made to keep the
meeting brief, according to Pat Han-
nagan, publicity chairman.
At the conclusion of the meeting
women who are interested in work-
ig on one of the, committees may
turn in cards with their prefer-
ences. These cards will be turned
over to the general chairman who
will assign the coeds to commit-
tees, following preferences as closely
as possible. "Girls who petitioned
last year for committee chairman-
ships and are still interested in
working are especially urged to
attend," Miss Hannagan said.
Soph Cabaret is an annual event on
campus, written, acted, directed and
produced by sophomore women, and
financed by their class dues. This
year's proceeds will go to the Uni-
versity Fresh Air Camp.
Traditionally, the Cabaret takes
over the entire second floor of the
League for one night each year. Men
and women may attend singly or in
couples. One overall admission price
covers all of the many events in-
cluded in the program.
A floorshow and movie are pre-
sented in Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre, An orchestra is featured in
the League Ballroom for dancing
throughout the event. Refresh-
ments are served in the Grand
Rapids Room, and a mixer is held
in the Hussey Room, with dancing
to records, bridge and community
singing. The decorations carry out
the central theme which is chosen
each year.
Meeting To Be Held
By Housemothers
League housemothers will hold
their first meeting of the year at 2
p:m. today in the League.
Mrs. Mary C. Bromage will preside
and will discuss plans for spring
housing arrangements. Miss Ethel A.
McCormick will discuss the social
program for women living in league
houses, and Miss Penelope Pearl of
the Mental Hygiene Department of
Health Service will discuss consulta-
tion services.
Wedding c
717 North University Ave.

At Wednesday's meeting commit-
tee chairmen will answer questions
about the Cabaret. Polly Hanson,
general chairman of the Cabaret, is
assisted by Bobby Jo Ream. Present-
ing skits and handling posters is the
job of the publicity committee, head-
ed by Pat Hannagan with Gwen
Sperlich and Joyce Bowen as assist-
Mickey Wilson and Barbara Mc-
Neill, finance chairmen, are re-
sponsible for collecting dues.
Other members of the central
committee are Eugenia McCallum,
tickts; Sue Montgomery, ticket as-
sistant; Harriet Mermelstein, sec-
retary; Jackie Reid, assistant sec-
retary; Bette Hamilton, eligibility;
Laurene Pickford, ushers; and
Marilu Hill, hostesses.
Additional chairmen include Marge
Plaut, programs; Melody Damon, re-
freshments; Virginia Garritsen, dec-
orations; Karin Lindh, decorations
assistant; Mary Stierer, floorshow;
Tee Burke, floorshow assistant; Lois
Garnitz, script; Joanne Bromm,
dance; Betty Estes, singing, and Pat
Baumgarten, music.
Completing the list of chairmen are
Mary Quinn, make-up; Sally Stanton,
costumes; Sue Snyder, costumes as-
sistant; Ruth Sights, stage manager;
and Marilyn Holmquist, assistant
stage manager.
Villwxe Wives
Will Hold Show
Wives of Veteran Students Club of
Willow Run Village will sponsor a
fashion show in co-operation with a
local women's department store at
8:30 p.m. Wednesday, in the West
Court Building, 1045 Midway Blvd.
The newest styles in daytime and
evening clothes will be modeled. Of
special interest will be the presenta-
tion of outfits suitable for winter
wear at the Village such as slacks
and snow suits. Also a special collec-
tion of maternity clothes will be
The models, all wives of veterans,
will include Gladys Reese, Nancy
Neff, Norma Krueger, Florence Thay-
er, Naomi Netzorg, Dorothy Living-
ston, Marg Kilgore, Jerylie Powers,
Harriet St. John and Phyllis Meyer.
Miss Eleanor Van Duesen will be
the commentator and will describe
each model as she appears. Mrs,
Ellen Church, president of the Wives
of Veteran Students Club will act as
head hostess for the evening. The
fashion show project is under the
chairmanship of Mrs. J. Powers.
Everyone interested is invited to
attend and wives of students are
urged to bring their husbands with
them. There is no charge for ad-

Student Talent
To Be Featured.
At Casbah Club
The Campus Casbah, new all-cam-
pus nightclub open from 9 p.m. to
midnight every Friday and Saturday
night in the League Ballroom, will
again feature a floorshow and the
music of Allan Townsend.
Townsend and his eleven band
members are veterans and University
students. Their arrangements are all
original, and include both fast and
slow numbers. Lois Roberts, who
sang with Detroit radio stations, will
be the vocalist.
Bob Brandou Master of Ceremonies
Master of Ceremonies for this week
end and for every Friday night will
be Bob Brandou. He has been Mas-
ter of Ceremonies in seven nightclubs
and on a radio station every Sunday.
Clare Van Malsen, who is new on
campus, will play an accordion
number. The program will also in-
clude songs by Bonnie Elms, a blues
singer, and Rowlind McLaughlin, a
baritone who is a member of Choral
Union. There will be a new floor show
at the Casbah every weekend.
Tickets Still Available
The Casbah, a non-profit project
sponsored by the League Council, is
open to all students on campus. Tick-
ets for both Friday and Saturday are
still available and may be purchased
at the League desk.
Tables will be placed in the ball-
room and in the Grand RapidsRoom
of the League. The nightclub will be
decorated in vivid colors to carry out
the Algerian theme. There will be a
large dance floor, and a public ad-
dress system will broadcast the music
to those in the Grand Rapids Room.
Soft drinks and packaged foods will
be sold at the coke bar.
Social Events
Many campus groups will hold
social events tomorrow.
Alpha Omicron Pi sorority will
hold open house from 7:30 p.m. to
midnight at the chapter house, 800
Oxford. Phi Rho Sigma will' hold a
buffet supper and scavenger hunt fol-
lowed by dancing.
Zeta Psi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon, Delta Tau Delta, Phi
Delta Theta, and Theta Delta Chi,
will hold informal dances.
Beta Theta Pi, Phi Kappa Psi, and
Delta Kappa Epsilon will hold buffet
suppers and informal dances after
the football game.
The business unit -of Soph Cab-
aret will meet at 5 p.m. today in
the ABC Rooms of the League.
A -general meeting of the entire
Central Committee will be held at
5 p.m. Tuesday in the ABC Rooms.
The production unit of the Cab-
aret will meet at 5 p.m. Wednes-
day in the ABC Rooms of the

Club Names
1946 Group
The Women's Glee Club has an-
nounced the names of its officers and
members for the year 1946-47.
Officers for this year are Barbara
Everett, president; Dorothy Beatty,
vice-president; Ruthann Perry, sec-
retary; Lois Patsloff, business man-
ager; Libby Gauthier, librarian;
Doris Johnson, publicity; and Lennis
Britton, assistant conductor. Miss
Marguerite Hood is the director of
the Glee Club.
The list of members includes
Lois Allison, Ann Belisle, Lennis
Britton, Marcia Brunk, Jean Den-
nis, Shirley kale, Marjorie Hol-
land, Elizabeth Iden, Peggy Neal,
Ruthann Perry, Marilynn Watb,
Lynette Booth, Barbara Clark,
Rose Derderian, and Barbara Ev-
Additional members are Libby
Gauthier, Caroline Godley, Gloria
Gonan, Rosemary Larson, Barbara
Merrill, Clara Mettetal, Sally Norton,
Lois Patsloff, Margaret Prince, Bodil
Ree, Billie Van Dyke, Phyllis Beau-
champ, Bonnie Elms, Doris Johnson,
and Peggy Jones.
The list continues with Joy Kin-
nane, Betty Martin, Pat Slaughter,
Sue Smith, Dorothy Beatty, Mary
Jane Brender, Glee Dudgeon,
Doris Klee, Carol Peak, Marian
Sayward, Ruth Selo, Ruth Spore,
Jean Thalner, Charlotte Boehm,
and Pat Carnegie.
Concluding the list are Naida Cher-
now, Mary Costantino, Joyce Math-
ews, Joanne Milles, Phyllis Rasmus-
sen, Joey Reichert, Margaret Ann
Schalk, Betty Spillman, and Carol
Vander Klott.

Girl Scouts Will Lea
The Ann Arbor chapter of the Girl cial inter
Scouts, with Kay Beckman as execu- high scho
tive director, is planning an interest- e.
ing and instructive program for this One of
year's activities. Scout Se
Six hundred and six Scouts are ested in:
registered, most of whom are Brown- several of
ies and Intermediates. Marja Van- port rece
derharst, Valnessa Easton, Barbara tion. The
Bolmer, Sophia Highley, and Gloria mechanic
Willar, all students at the university. requirem
are leaders of the intermediate group. stewarde
Special Interest Groups lian McC
The Scout troop is promoting spe- Anothe

est groups for girls either in
ol or at least fifteen years of
f these groups is the Wing
nior Group for those inter-
flying. The girls will spend
f their meetings at the air-
iving fundamental instruc-
ey will also learn about the
cal angle of flying and the
ents and duties of an airline
ss. Their leader, Miss Lil-
Guire, is a licensed pilot.
r special interest group

which is being organized is the Mari-
ner Group for girls anxious to learn
how to swim and sail. 'U' students
helping with this group are Virginia
Howe, Joan Richardson, and Barbara
The aim of Girl Scout Headquar-
ters this year is to make Ann Arbor
the training center for Girl Scouts
throughout the surrounding area.
The Board of Directors, of which Mrs.
Charles Staubach is the president,
plans to invite Girl Scouts from
neighboring towns to joint meetings

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