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Honors Planned
For JunlSor Coeds
Mortarboard Society Will Give Corsages
To Outstanding Campus Women Today

Thirty-six junior women will be
honored today for outstanding
achievement in service, scholarship
and leadership during their first
three semesters at the university
by Mortarboard society.
The coeds, named at the spring
honors convocation, will be given
chrysanthemums tied with blue
ribbon which they will wear all
day as recognition of their
achievement.
This program is part of a proj-
ect to encourage and honor out-
standing work done by freshman
House Heads
To Take Oath
The installation ceremony for
league and house presidents will
be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Octo-
ber 20, at the League Chapel.
The installation of these offi-
cers is a traditional Assembly
event honoring the women who
have been chosen to assume the
position of house president. The
ceremony is an impressive one,
and the chapel will be lighted
throughout with candles.
The speaker at this event will
be Miss Marie Hartwig who will
talk on the responsibilities and
duties' of this important post, as
well as on the activities connected
with it.
Irma |Eichhorn, Prrloident of
Assembly, will administer the
house presidents oath, and a com-
plete attendence by house and
league presidents is urgently re-
quested.
Joan Carroll is in charge of;
arrangements.
You Can Lose
Unwanted Pound and Inches
just where you want them off;
no diets, drugs, medicines or
back breaking exercises.
Harold M. Baskin
Physio Therapist
8 N. Normal St. Phone 2410
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and sophomore women. Those
who continue to excell in college
work are eligible for membership
in Mortarboard, a national senior
women's honor society.
The Michigan chapter has 20
active members who can be iden-
tified by a black and gold pin in
the shape of a mortarboard. Offi-
cers of the chapter are Pamela.
Wrinch, president; Pearl Klaus-
ner, vice-president; Sarah Simons,
secretary; Keitha Harmon, treas-
urer; and Mary Ruth Levy, quar-
terly editor.
Junior women who will be hon-
ored by the society include Amy
Adams, Georgiana Benesh, Mar-
ion Blancett, Audrey Buttery, Car-
ole Castricum, Evelyn Dach,
Jeanne Davin, Ilona Feitze, Luice
Finke, Grace Gendzwill, Joyce
Gendzwill, Patricia Hannagan,
Elizabeth Iden, Janet Ingling,
Wilma Kaemlein, Mary Karoly,
Fae Kaufman, Marilyn Keck,
Marjorie Lamb, Jane McKee,
Anne Mosher, Sara Musselman,
Patricia Peter, Nancy Ringland,
Carol Rivkin, Mary Robinson,
Jane Sanger, Miriam Schieber,
Sarah Wilcox, Phyllis Smith,
Helena Thomassen, Carol Van-
derkloot, Grace Wood, Irma Wy-
man, Patricia Baumgarten, and
Rosemarie Young.
Michigan House
Elects Officerst
Election results for Michigan
House in West Quadrangle for
the fall semester have been an-
nounced.
Officers elected are Bob Zarno-
sky, president; Chuck Federspiel,
vice president; Jerry Skorupski,
secretary; and Dave O'Brian, trea-
surer.
At a recent meeting with House
Director Niles and Resident Ad-
visor Martin, the new officers an-
nounced the following committee
chairmen : George Berlacher, so-
cial; Stu Hertzberg, athletic; Jim
Trumbo, publicity; and Arthur
Nelson, academic.
Tryouts for the swimming
club will be held from 9 to 11
a.m. tomorrow and October 25
at the Union Pool.

Annual Dance
Tickets Still
To Be Sold
Remaining tickets for Varsity
Night and the annual Homecom-
ing Dance, to be held next Friday
and Saturday, respectively, as
part of the festivities planned for,
the Minnesota football weekend,
will be on sale today in Univer-
sity Hall.
In explanation to students who
were unable to obtain Varsity
Night tickets today, Ruth Sights,
ticket chairman, said, "An unex-
pected run on tickets caused a
temporary inconvenience until we
were able to obtain several hun-
dred unsold tickets from house
groups."
Students who wish to help
on the Decorations Committee
for the Homecoming Dance
may contact Pamela Stump or
Virginia Garritsen at 2-3203.

Casbah Band
Again Headed
By Wine-Qar
Fran Wine-Gar and his band
will entertain Casbah guests to-
day and tomorrow with a noveltyt
arrangement of the popular tune
"Feudin' and Fightin'," featuring
a musical battle between the brass
section and the saxophones with
Nola singing the lyrics.
Wine-Gar has recovered from
serious illness and will return to
direct the Casbah band. He has
recently composed a theme song
for 'the campus night club en-
titled "The Casbah Serenade,"
which is now in the hands of his
arranger, Keith Wright, and will
be introduced soon.
The entire second floor of the
League will be open from 9 p.m. to
midnight today and tomorrow.
Cokes will be served in the
Grand Rapids room, and the Grill
Room on the main floor will be
open for the convenience of Cas-
bah patrons.

Women students expecting to
attend the Northwestern or Il-
linois football games will nct be
expected to present written per-
mission from their parents at the!
Office of the Dean of Women a,:
in previous years.
It is expected by that office.
however, that any arrangements
for attending football games on
other campuses will be made withl
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fil]! knowledge- and approval of
the coed's parents.
Regular weekend rules will
he enforced this weekend and
the weekend of the Ilnois ;ame
in accordance with the pamph-
let issued by the Women's Ju-
diciary Council.
This states that any woman
student who expects to be out of
her house Friday, Saturda7, or

Sunday night must notify the
head of the house personally,
leave address in advance and sign
in when she returns.
Housemothers may grant late
permission if they approve and
if the permission has been re-
quested in person by the stu-
dent before she leaves her resi-
dence.
Names of women students who

are going to travel to Illinois on
the student special train are be-
ing obtained at the time tickets
are purchased. These names will
be turned into the Office of the
Dean of Women where house-
mothers may check if they so de-
sire before approving the student's
absence or late permission on the
weekend.

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Regulations Given for Coed Attendance at 'Away' Games

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ALTHOUGH SMOKING among the coeds has generally been
accepted, there are several types of female "coffin nail" consumers
who appear to do everything in their power to make themselves
obnoxious companions when it comes to smoking.
First on the tobacco roll call is the "I don't care much for smoking
but I want to look like a coed" type. She can be spotted when she
pulls out a cigarette and places it in the exact center of her mouth.
Next she strikes a match with as much timidity as a ten year old
boy lighting his first firecracker. Her first puff is enormous in her
attempt to be efficient. But it usually ends up in a series of coughs,
wheezes, and sneezes.
To remedy this embarrassment she attempts to show what
an old hand she is. This is accomplished by leaving the cigarette
dangling from the middle of her mouth where it proceeds
to jump around like a scared jack-rabbit when she talks. This
manner of smoking is most evident in freshmen women before
they graduate into the "card game smokers.",
The "card game smoker" is never welcome in mixed company.
She is a curious female. Her only goal in smoking is that of competing
with an army smoke-screer' team. Unfortunately this doesn't go
over so good in a friendly card game.
T HE CARDS are dealt and she begins her attack. When it is her
turn to bid, she inhales, taking in more smoke than an opera
singer takes in air. Then she turns to the person on her left and
says "two spades." Smoke pours from her face like a five alarm fire.
Her opponent is completely floored. The game is continued only after
the smoke clears, and the coughing has subsided. This near asphyxia-
tion continues throughout the evening until finally her date goes
out and kills himself.
Last, but not in any sense the ,least, is the conservative
smoker. She is readily accepted by her male companions. She is
a moderate smoker who carries her own cigarettes and matches.
Sometimes she even offers her date a smoke. This is a noble
gesture and should be practiced more often.
The conservative woman never smokes more than five or six
cigarettes in an evening. She is never offensive by blowing smoke
in other people's faces. She is a woman to whom any man would
give his second last cigarette without a thought.
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