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Assembly Petitions Due Soon
For Women's League Activity

All eligible independent women in-
terested in holding various open As-
sembly positions must have their pe-
titions handed in before noon, Sat-
urday, in the Undergraduate office
of the League.
A complete list of the several po-
sitions available and their required
duties will be posted in the League
┬░Jndergraduate Office. Petitions may
be obtained in the office of the So-
cial Director, Miss Ethel McCorm-
ick. Women should sign for inter-
views at the time they turn in pe-
League Dance Positions Open
Residents of League houses may
apply for posts on the central com-
mittee for League' House Dances
which are held on Saturday after-
noons in the League Ballroom. These
positions include general chairman,
assistant chairman in charge of tick-
ets and finance, publicity, decora-
tions and entertainment which in-
cludes arrangements for hostesses
and preparations of programs.
Other positions available to inde-
pendent women are assistant social
chairman, who will aid Sue Smith,
.general chairman, in planning As-
sembly affairs; chairman of teas,
who will cooperate with Panhellenic
Association in sponsoring faculty teas
and similar affairs throughout the
year; and assistant project chair-
man who will work with Phyllis Pe-
tit, general chairman, on plans for

the Fresh Air Camp and other pro-
jects such as Tag Days.
Coke Bar Activities
The position of Coke Bar chair-
man, in charge of concessions at the
campus dances, must also be filled.
Jeanne Clare, president of Assembly
Association stressed the importance
of Coke Bar activities as one of the
chief sources of revenue to the As-
Miss Clare also announced that
coeds will be required to bring their
eligibility cards, signed by the Mer-
it-Tutorial Committee, and their As-
sembly membership cards, when they
come for their interviews. The Mer-
it-Tutorial Committee is located in
the Undergraduate Office and As-
sembly membership cards may be
called for from 3 to 5 p. m. Mon-
days through Thursdays, in the As-
sembly Office, Room D, on the third
floor of the League.

To Be Chosen
For Faculty Tea
Panhellenic petitions are due to-
morrow in the Undergraduate Office
of the League for a co-chairman of
the Faculty Teas, to be held once a
The position is open to any Pan-
hellinic member who is eligible. Pe-
tition forms must be completely fill-
ed out, and they may be obtained
in the Social Director's Office in the
League. Applicants are urged to in-
clude any new ideas and plans which
they may have to make these teas a
Interviewing will be held from 3
to 5 p. m. Wednesday, and each can-
didate, when submitting her petition,
should also sign up for an interview.
Every applicant will be required to
present an eligibility card signed by
the Merit-Tutorial Committee when
she is interviewed.
Another co-chairman who will al-
so work on the Faculty Teas com-
mittee will be selected from Assem-
bly. The two students will jointly
sponsor these affairs designed to fur-
ther informal relations between the
faculty and students. An excellent
opportunity for all students to get to-
gether to become acquainted with
their professors in an out-of-class-'
room relationship will be offered by
these teas.
The Faculty Teas will be held the
first Thursday of every month, be-
ginning Nov. 7, from 3 to 5 p. m. in
the Kalamazoo Room of the League.

Fashion Show
Will Be Given
By Vets' Wives
A fashion show presented in co-
operation with a local women's de-
partment store will be given by the
Wives of Veteran Students Club at
8:30 p. m. Wednesday in the West
Court Building, 1045 Midway Blvd.
A varied selection of sporty, ,day-
time and evening wear will be model-
ed. Of special interest to the resi-
dents of Willow Run will be the pre-
sentation of outfits suitable for snowy
weather out at the Village, such as
snow suits and slacks. A special
collecion of maternity clothes will
also be shown.
Nine models will participate and
include Gladys Reese, Nancy Neff,
Norma Krueger, Florence Thayer,
Naomi Netzorg, Dorothy Livingston,
Marg Kilgore, Jerylie Powers, Har-
riet St. John and Phyllis Meyer.
The fashion show project is under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Jerylie
Powers. Miss Eleanor Van Duesen
will be the commentator, describing
each outfit as the model appears.
Mrs. Ellen Church, president of the
Wives of Veteran Students Club, will
act as head hostess for the evening's
Everyone interested is cordially in-
vited to attend and wives of students
are urged to bring their husbands
with them. There will be no charge
for admission.





There will be a meeting of the Pub-
licity Committee for Assembly Recog-
nition Night at 5 p. m. tomorrow in
the League. The room will be post-
ed on the bulletin board at the
League desk. Lillian Windquist,
chairman, stated that the meeting is
for all women who were present last
week, and any others interested in
working on the committee.


Sophomores Will Meet Wednesday

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Meeting Planned
The WAA Archery Club will hold
its first meeting at 5 p. m..tomorrow
in the Women's Athletic Building.
Pat Newberg, club manager, urges
that anyone interested attend the
first organizational meeting when
plans for the year will be formulat-
Instruction will be provided for be-
ginners. A contest between club
members will be one of the features
of the fallseason. Coke parties and
informal teas will fill the winter
months. Outdoor shooting is sche-
duled to begin in the spring. The
telegraphic meet with other colleges
will climax the club's season.
Bows may be rented for 25 cents a
season. Arrows must be furnished
by the members. Additional inform-
ation may be obtained by calling
Miss Newberg at 2-4471.
All women interested in serving
on committees for Ruthven Teas
and International Teas are urged
to attend a mass meeting to be
held at 4:30 p. m. tomorrow, in
the Grand Rapids Room of the
(Continued from Page 4)
Hillel Foundation: There will be an
important meeting of all students in-
terested in joining the Hillel Play-
ers Committee Wed., at 4 p.m. in the
First Presbyterian:
10:45 a.m. Worship Service Dr.
Lemon will preach on "Sensing God."
The Westminster Guild will meet at
5 p.m. in the Social Hall to hear Dr.
Frederick H. Olert of the First Pres-
byterian Church of Detroit speak on
"Foundations for Reconstruction4'
Supper will be served at 6 p.m.
First Congregational Church:
10:45, World Wide Communion
Service. Dr. Barr will speak on
"What I Think About the Church."
6:00, Student Guild. Supper and
Memorial Christian Church (Disci-
ples of Christ) :
Morning worship, 10:50. Rev. F. E.
Zendt, minister, will deliver the
morning message. The title will be
"Discern The Body."
The Congregational - Disciples
Guild will meet at the Congregational
Church, E. William, at 6:00 p.m. A
cost supper will be served followed
by a discussion of Guild and Campus
First Church of Christ Scientist,
409 S. Division Street.
Sunday morning service at 8:00.
Subject, "Unreality."
Sunday School at 11:45.
Wednesday evening service at 8:00.
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw Ave., has its Sunday
service at 11:00 a.m. This Sunday the
Rev. Alfred Scheips will preach on
the subject, "God's Household."
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student
Club will have its regular supper
meeting at 5:15 at the Student Cen-
The First Unitarian Church, 1917
(Continued on Page 6)

-A mass meeting for all sophomore
women will be held at 4:30 p. m.
Wednesday in the League Ballroom,
to discuss plans for Soph Cabaret.
Chairmen of the major committees
will explain the type of work done
by each committee. At the conclu-
sion of the meeting women who are
interested in working on one of the
committees may turn in cards with
their preferences.
Preference Cards
The cards will be turned over to
the general chairman who willras-
sign coeds to committees. Coeds who
are unable to attend the meeting and
wish to work on a committee may
sign a sheet in the Undergraduate
Office of the League with their name,
address, phone number and the com-
mittee on which they wish to work.
Tryouts for the Cabaret floorshow
will be held on Thursday, Friday and

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Saturday in the League. The try-
outs have been divided into three
sections, singing, dancing and spe-
ciality act tryouts, acording to Mary
Stierer, floorshow chairman.
Singing Tryouts
The singing tryouts will be under
the direction of Betty Estes, singing
chairman, and are scheduled for 2
p. m. to 3 p. m. and 8 p. m. to 9 p. m.,
Thursday, 10 a. m. to 11 a. m. and 1
p. m. to 3 p. m. Friday, 10 a. m. to
noon Saturday. The numbers will
be in three-part harmony, and trios
and solos will also be welcomed.
Joanne Bromm, dance chairman,
will be in charge of the dancing try-
outs which will be held from 7 p. m.
to 8 p. m. Thursday and Friday and
9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday. The try-
outs for specialty acts will be under
the direction of Miss Steirer.

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