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To Honor Independents


New Organization Proposes
Way To Increase Wardrobe

Huntley To Speak at Annual
Recognition Night Program
Prof. Frank Huntley, associate eluded in the program. Women
professor of English and secretary will be seated according to the
of the Barbour Scholarship com-
mittee, will speak at Recognition house to which they belong.
Night on the subject "Why Col- For the first time this year, As-
lege, Girls?" at 7:30 p.m. Wednes- sembly will offer an award to
day in the League Ballroom. the house on campus whose resi-
Recognition Night is a tradi- dents .are most active on campus.
tional Assembly event honoring General good scholarship will be
outstanding independent women, taken into consideration in the
and awards to women who have presentation of this honor.
been exceptional in scholastic and The awards given will also
extra-curricular activities will be include individual scholarship
presented. prizes, and recognition of the
The first-prize skit, given by women who have contributed
the women at Jordan Hall at most to Assembly's organization.
Fortnight, will be repeated, and Scholarship awards will be pre-
community singing is to be in- sented by Registrar Ira M.


Coed Veterans
To Hold Meeting
Members of University Women
Veterans Association will hold
their regular bi-monthly meeting
at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
Grand Rapids room of the League.
George Antonofsky will speak
on "vereran Problems." The asso-
ciation formed last year, was or-
ganized to provide women vet-
erans with an opportunity to meet
for mutual interests. Among the
activities scheduled weekly is bow-
ling at 3 p.m. Sunday in the WAB.
The Ball and Chain Club, or-
ganization for University vet-
erans' wives, will meet at 7:45
p.m. tomorrow in the Russian
Tea Room of the League.

Smith to representatives of each
of the four classes.
Recognition Night will climax
Assembly's program to inform
campus women of its functions
and projects. It will continue the
theme of the Assembly train, with
conductors and porters of the
Fortnight party. The' Assembly
colors, blue and white, will pre-
dominate in the color scheme.
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 Swanger is the
head of the programs commit-
tee; Shirley Loeblick, publicity
chairman, and Helen Gregory,
assistant publicity.
Other committee chairmen in-
clude Debbie Dubinski, honors;
Marilyn Varnum, hostesses; and
Dulcie Krasnifk, finances.
There will be no charge for ad-

Deadline Set
For Collection
Of Soph Dues
Tuesday has been fixed' as the
deadline for sophomore women to
pay class dues now being collect-
ed in women's residences by mem-
bers of the Soph Cabaret finance
A booth will be maintained from
3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow and Tues-
day in the League lobby to allow
women living in private homes to
pay their dues. The dues collected
will furnish the -main financial
support for this year's Cabaret.
Profits will be used for the Uni-
versity Fresh Air Camp Building
Committee members carrying on
the collection include Nancy Sy-
mons, Betsy Vinieratos, Marilyn
Bates, KatherineMills, Miriam
Krause, Vivian Frazier, Martha
Bostwick, Beverly Ryia, Martha
Wise, and Marilyn Tyson.
The list continues with Ann
Goodyear, Harriet Gale, Jean Hen-
del, Virginia Correll, Carol Rich-
ards, Joanne Christenson, Mary
Davidson, Nancy Williams, Alice
Hoyt, and Kris Ramsay.
Faculty Tea Posts
Open to Women
Independent women may apply
for positions on the central com-
mittee in charge of Faculty Teas.
Coeds interested are urged to
sign up on the bulletin board in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League. Petitions are not required
and interviews will be held in the
Assembly Office from 3 to 5 p.m.

Volleyball games enter the third
week of the tournament tomorrow.
No game in the tournament may
be changed or cancelled unless the
team notifies Gwen Sperlich, in-
terhouse manager, by noon Mon-
day of the week the game is to be
played. Failure to notify Miss
Sperlich will result in a default
of the game. Schedule for this
Monday: 5:10 p.m. Sorosis II
vs. Alpha Omicron Pi, Sorosis I vs.
Gamma Phi Beta I; 7:20 p.m.
Newberry I vs. Stockwell III, Jor-
dan IV vs. Pi Beta Phi I; 8:15
p.m. Hollis House vs. Zone V,
Couzens III vs. Beta Tau Alpha
Tuesday: 5:10 p.m. West Lodge!
vs. Mosher I, Delta Delta Delta II
vs. Zone VI; 7:20 p.m. Newberry
II vs. Stockwell VIII; Martha Cook'
vs. Stockwell VI; 8:15 p.m. Stock-
well IX vs. Zone VII team 2, Mo-
sher III vs. Zone VII.
Wednesday: 5:10 p.m. Pi Beta
Phi III vs. Stockwell XVI, Delta
Gamma II vs. Alpha Xi Delta I;
7:20 p.m. Jordan III vs. Stockwell
XII, Kappa Kappa Gamma II vs.
Stockwell XI; 8:15 pn. Zone VIII
vs. Gamma Phi Beta III, Couzens
I vs. Couzens II.



twelve clubs for the recreational,
interests of University women.I
Clubs meeting this week are:
Camp Counselors-Meeting at
5 p.m. tomorrow at the WAB.
Plans for the coming season will
be formulated and new members
are welcome.
Crop and Saddle-Regular rid-
ing for the groups; Group III at
7:15 p.m. tomorrow, Group I at
7:15 p.m. Wednesday, and Group
II at 4:20 p.m. Friday. All groups
meet at the WAB.
Bowling-Instruction for bowl-
ers will be given at 5 p.m. Tues-
day and Friday at the WAB. All
women wishing to join the Bowl-
ing Club are asked to attend these
sessions. Additional instruction
will be given next week.
Ballet-Regular meeting will be
held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the
Dance Room of Barbour Gym.
All men and women are welcome
to attend.
Archery-Regular meeting will
be held at 5 p.m. Wednesday at the
WAB. Members will shoot outside
and instruction will be given. New
members are welcome.
Rifle-The ROTC Range will be
open from 11 a.m. to noon Mon-
day through Friday, from 3 to 5
p.m. Tusday, and from 1 to 3
p.m. Wednesday. Members may
shoot at these times and instruc-
tion will be given then. Rifles
and ammunition are furnished.
The club is still open to new mem-
Swimming - Tryouts for the
Swimming Club will be held from
9 to 11 a.m. Saturday at the Un-
ion Pool.


CHICAGO, Oct. 18-(,PV-As if
the fashion world hadn't done
enough this year to that struggling
segment of the population known
as husbands, here's a new one -
the "Dress of the Month Club."
This organization proposes to
operate similarly to the book, fruit,
candy and what-have-you clubs.
Its objective is to make every little
woman feel downright dowdy un-
less she's wearing D. of the M.C.'s
Union Plans Dance
Beginning October 21 the Union
will sponsor a new series of coke
dances to be held from 3 to 5 p.m.
every Tuesday in the Union Ball-
Music for dancing will be pro-
vided by latest record requests
from 3 to 4 p.m., and from 4 to 5
p.m. Tom McNall and his orches-
tra will be the featured band, with
Jackie Ward as vocalist.

The plan, as outlined 'by its
Chicago 'ponsors, a clothing re-
tailer and an advertising firm,
"will enable millions of women
to purchase outstanding fashions
at low tost." Members may choose
from a minimum of six dress styles
a month, priced at from $5.95 to
Membership by mail will be
solicited through national news-
paper advertising, and each mem-
ber must pledge to buy at least
four d'resses a year through the
club. For each four dresses pur-
chased, the member will receive
dividend - a blouse, smock, jac-
ket or dress, and she'll get a
monthly fashion magazine to boot.
Or for hubby to boot.
The sponsors failed to explain
what provision they've made for
the age-old reaction of women
when confronted by their ident-
ical costume anywhere, any time.

Last Week of Our
16th Anniversary Sakl
Be wise and shop early for Christmas. Here are a few suggestions.
0 Handkerchiefs * Tablecloths
® Place Mats * Bath Towels 0 Tea Towels
Reduced as much as 501"
There are 2 or 3 full-size crib blankets in white, blue and pink
from Wamsetta's Springfield Mills. 100% Virgin Wool. 48x66
formerly $10.95 NOW $7.50
0 1I1 Nickes ArcideC Open tDaily 9:30 to 5:30


R 0. 9.,, *t,..E

2it, &a -
Marquisette-weave Nylon

NEW MINK - National wild
mink in full length, styled with
draped back, is used in this new
fur coat for winter.
Weddings &
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Ayo
of Los Angeles, Calif., recently an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Camille Jean, to Frank
Harold Little, Jr., son of Mr.
Frank Harold Little of Baltimore,
Md., and the late Mrs. Little.
Miss Ayo is affiliated with Del-
ta Delta Delta sorority, and is a
member of Scroll. Mr. Little is af-
filiated with Alpha Delta Phi fra-
ternity. Both are seniors and ex-
pect to be graduated from the
University in June. A June wed-
ding is being planned.
The recent marriage of Bonnie
Louisa McClelland to David C.
Muzzall was announced by her
mother Mrs. S. L. Travis of De-
troit. Mr. Muzzall is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. H. A. Muzzall of Coop-
ersville. The wedding took place
Sept. 3.
Mrs. Muzzall is affiliated with
Kappa Delta sorority and Mr:
Muzzall is a member of Theta
Delta Chi fraternity.
At a recent dinner at the Kappa
Delta house Ruth M. S. Burns' en-
gagement was announced to Dav-
id J. Adams. Miss Burns is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Burns of Detroit and Mr. Adams
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Jacob Adams of Shawano Wiscon-

Delta Tau
Gamma Phi
Alpha Theta
Gamma IIII
vs. Zone I.

5:10 p.m. Sigma
vs. Stockwell XII;,
Beta II vs. Kappa
II; 7:20 p.m. Delta
vs. Co-op, Jordan V
i *n
is now sponsoring

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they seem almost too delicate to do anything evcept
just to "look pretty." However, try them on . . . and
it's a different story! Firm and dependable, they mould
to perfection!
The style is "Allo-ette,"
Maiden Form's smart design for "in-between" figures
-adjustable to fit to a fraction--of-an-inch.


8 Nickels Arcade

Phone 2-2914

Mr. Adams is a
Kappa Epsilon.

member of DeltaI


The saddle shoe, the
moccasin . ... sturdy shoe
classics always in de-
mand for campus wear.
Here at Goodyear's in
versions that stress qual-
ity and smart good looks
smooth white elk with
brown leather saddle
and red rubber sole.
burnished brown or pol-
ished red leather
hand-sewn, leather-

Iighlight Fashions
In the Sports Shop

,..,. '

All Eyes Are on the Girl
Who Wears a Huitzel Dress
You'll stop Conversation
In your Graceful Swirling
Crisp free-flow ng taf etas,



Tops for casuals.

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Jaunty, flareback style . . . moss
green on one side, brown on the
other. Or red and pearl grey.
Misses' sizes, 17.95.
Flaring ankle-length flattery for
fireside lounging, informal after-five
festivities. Bright or dark clan
plaids, 16.95. Black or white
rayon crepe blouse, 12.95.
Misses' sizes.
Also at the College Shop

in plain or irridescent finishes .. .
rich-looking moires
that have such a regal fir.
All with tiny bodices ...
and full, full skirts for
sizes 9-15 and 10-20. .. .
$19.95 to $55.004 .

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