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IA, ~TIlE M1CIIIGAN~ IIAfli~Y

Assembly's Traditional Reco
Honors OutstandingIndepen

Recognition Night will be pre-
sented by Assembly Board at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22 in the
League Ballroom.
This celebration is a traditional
Assembly event, given in honor
of outstanding independent wom-
en and featuring awards to women
who have been exceptional in
scholastig and extra-curricular ac-
tivities.
The speaker who will be pre-
sented at 'Recognition Night will
be Prof. Frank Huntley, whose
talk will be entitled "Why Col-
lege, Girls?" The prize-winning

skit at Fortnight, given by the
women at Jordan Hall, will be
presented.
Wpmen will be seated according
to the house to which they be-
long, and this year there will be
no price for admission. Commun-
ity singing will be included in the
program.
The awards given will be both
for high scholarship and the
greatest contributions to Assem-
bly activities. The awards for
scholarship will be presented by
Registrar Ira. 1. Smith and will
be given to individuals who rep-

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2 DIVISIONS
1Photo Cntest
S en d p ict u re
wearing sweater.
2. Essay Contest-
Wrile essay about
SweaterS.

gnition Night.
~dent Women
resent each of the four years of
college.
For the first time this year, As-
sembly will offer an award to
the house on campus that contains
thae mout women who are active
in campus activities. General
scholarship will be taken into con-
sideration in the presentation of
this honor.
The theme of Recognition
Night will be the Assembly train,
with the conductors, porters of
Fortnight lparty and Assembly
colors of blue and white pre-
dominating in the decoration.
Recognition Night will climax
Assembly's program to inform
campus women of it's functions
and projects, by conferring
awards and honors upon mem-
bers who have been most active
in the organization, and other
outstanding coeds.
General chairman of the cen-
tral committee of Recognition
Night is Elizabeth Myers. Betty
Richards is in charge of decora -
tions; Margaret Williams, pa-
trons; Rose Ann Sw anger is the
head of the programs committee;
Shirley Loeblick, publicity chair-
man; Helen Gregory, assistant
publicity; Debbie Dubinski, honors
committeehch air man;d Mailyn
Krasnick is in charge of finances.
iPatron DeforARecognitiond Nih
gent Vera B. Baits, Dr. Margaret
Bell, Mrs. ichard Fuller, M s
Eichhorn, Miss Marie Harkwig.
Cythia Cotes, Mis SayStain
ats, Miss Alice Russell, and Mrs.
Ione H endrian.
Panhel Reg isters
Transfer Coeds
Panhellenic would like to be no-
tified of any transfer students who
have had sorority affiliations on
another campus.
If these students have not con-
tacted their house on Michigan
campus, or if that house has not
yet contacted them, they are urged
to sign in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the Women's League, sup-
plying the following information;
name, campus address, and soror-
ity affiliation.
Workers Neede
The publicity committee of the
League requests eligible coeds in-
terested in art work and publicity
to sign up this week in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
SLeague house presidents will
meet at 5 p.m. today in the
Rehearsal Rpom of the League. J
TYPEWRITERS
Office and Portable Models
of oil rmakes
Bought,
Rented,
R epaired,
STATIONERY & SUPPLIES
314 South State St.
G. I. Requisitions Accepted 7

PROUD FIANCE-The man Miss America of 1947, Barbara Jo
Walker, plans to marry is John V. llummel, 23, of Charleston, Mo.
When Hummel heard that Miss Walsker had won the Atlantic City
contest, he said, "It's obay by me, but they should make me judge
next year. I can pick 'em quicker than they can."

(illustrated) T-E S
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smoothest sweater
pockets - ribbed
g ob neckline -.
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string back so you can
wear it casual or pulled
into ne tos sae.
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Sw im Meet
To Be Given
For WVomen
R epr es en ta ti v es -f rom all
women's residences will participate
in the Annual Women's Swimming
Meet at 7:30 p.m. today at the
Union Pool.
Swimmers wlpaticiaein 25
back crawl individual races. A
running front dive, back dive and
an optional dive will be the test
of each potential winner in the
Swimmers have joined into
teams for the 100 yd. free style
relay. Featured relay will be the
traditional race between the re-
presentatives of the League Coun-
cil and WAA Board. Stunting in
mood, this race promises to pro-
vide entertainment for all specta-
tors.
Points will be given to individual
and house winners. The names of
the house and the individuals win-
ning the meet will be placed on
the WAA Bulletin Board at the
Women's Athletic Building.
Tryouts for the WAA Swimming
Club will be held from 9 to 11 a.m.
Saturday, October 25, at the Union
Pool.
Engagement Told
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ben-
jamin Wittick of Detroit recently
announced the engagement of'
their daughter, Elizabeth Ann, to
Donald Henderson Roach, son of
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Roach of
Rosedale Park. The announcement
was made at an open house given
at the Wittick residence Sunday,
October 5.
School ofi ducationand nivn est
Helen Newberry Residence. Mr.
Roach is in the school of Engi-
neering.

Orientation
~Advisor Jobs
OpenNow
Petition Blanks Available
In League; Women Needed
For Spring, F all Semester
Petitioning is now open for
women who would like to serve as
orientation advisors for freshman
and transfer students next spring
and fall.
The petition blanks may be ob-
tained in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League. Completed pe-
titions arc due Saturday in Jo
Reuland's box in the same office.
Interviews for the advisor
Ipositions will begin Monday and
Ilast until Oct. 31. A sheet will be
posted in the Undergraduate Of-
fice in order that coeds may
sign up for an interviewing time
when they submit their peti-
tions.
Accor ding to a new orientation
plan, the freshmen and transfer
students will be classified as to
school and will have advisors in
the same school grouping.
Advisors are needed from
various schools as follows: ar-
chitecture, 7; education, 2;
physical education, 1; public
healthand" dental hygiene, 3;
Coeds who have been advisors
obtained in the social director's
oficeufthd Leagu ad pacei
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SCHOlarsh ip
Genevieve Thomas, '49, was
awarded the Mary Hinsdale scho-
larship by Mrs. E. M. Hindert of
the Board of Patronesses, at the
formal initiation ceremony of
Mary Markley House on Sunday.
This marks the second awarding
of the scholarship which is equi.-
valent to one semester's room
rent. The award is given on the
basis of scholarship, co-operation
in the house and activities; it is
awarded to one resident each sem-
ester.
Eight new members were for-
mally initiated at the ceremony
and presented with corsages of
yellow chrysanthemums, a gift of
Mrs. J. Markley. Mary Markley
House accomodates approximately
18 women and is run on a semi-
co-operative plan.
New trends in women's fashions
today require straight posture and
good carriage to achieve that long,
slender look.

An orgaaional meeting of
the League social committee will
be held at 4 p.m. Thursday in the
Grand Rapids Room of the
League.
Activities of the committee in
general will be explained by Bar-
bara Busse, chairman. Bobbie Jo
Ream will discuss the details of
the League Formal to be present-
cd soon and Dorothy Ellis will out-
line the duties of the League guide
service.
Ruthven Teas Will Begin
The Ruthven teas, one of the
most important functions of the
social committee will begin Nov.
and will be held on the first
and second Wednesday thereafter.
Women will be needed to serve as
ho stesses for the teas
Leagufe ormnalill1 berchosente
the meeting.a Coeds my thnsg
licity, tickets or floorshow com-
mittLees. Those who are interested
in participating on the floorshow
are also urged to attend the meet-
ing.
IGuide Service Conducted
A year-round activity of the so-
sece. Comes ilseve asof gi-
ceic.oite il the au gufie
cial guides for various organiza-
tons that come to visit the cam-
I pus.
In addition to these activitiies,
the committee is responsible for

other social functions that arise
during the year.
Women attending the meeting
may indicate the special commit-
tee work that they would like to do
on cards which will be distributed
at the meeting.
Union, League
WilIl Co-sponsor
FootbollMixer
The Union and the League will
sponsor the first of a series of
football mixers from 2 to 5 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 18 It was an-
nounced by Blanche Berger,
chairman of League Mixers and
Keith Jordan, chairman of Union-
Mixers.
Cooperating for the first time
on this series of dances, the two
groups will feature a broadcast of
the Northwestern game over the
loudspeaker and a tabulating
scoreboard.
The mixers will be open to all
men and women on campus, and
will provide an informal atmo-
sphere for dancing and enjoyment
of "away" games.
Dance music and refreshments
will be provided. There will1be a.
fee of ten cents for men but no
charge for women attending.

Clu To Hold
Hors eshow
Crop and Saddle, University
women's riding club, will sponsor
their annual horseshow at 1 p.m.
Saturday at Golfside Stable.
There will be eleven classes in
the show and all except the Crop
and Saddle class and the Boots
anoe whoclwishe to enter n
entry booth has been set up in
the League Lobby. The booth will
be open from 2 to 5 p.m. through
Thursday.
The classes for the show in the
order in which they will be run
off are: children from 12 to 17,
beginners, intermediates, private
horse, children from 6 to 12, pa-
jama race, exhibition by Mr. Brad-
ley, Crop and Saddle, pairs, and
Boots and Spurs.
The Crop and Saddle cup and
the ribbons for the various classes
will be on display this week in
a State Street bookstore. Admis-
sion to the show is free. Dr. H. R.
Shipmnan will be judge for the
show and Mr. Clarence Hastings
is to be ringmaster.
Tryouts for JGP
Meet Tomorrow
Specialty act tryouts for Junior
Girls Play will be held from 5 to 6
p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow and
from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesday in
the League.
All junior women are urged to
tryout for the play. A variety of
acts are needed.
The room for the tryouts will
be posted op the League bulletin
board.
Ticket sales for Varsity Night
and the Homecoming Dance
will continue through Wednes-
day. Students are urged to pur-
chase their tickets as early as
possible.

Beading?
Read eve rything new
and inte resting for a
few ce nts a day

1Social Committee To Organize
At Meeting in League Thursday

DON'T SAY SWEATERS, SAY

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