THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Independent Women Honored
ft Recognition Night
Activity, House, and Scholarship Awards
Given by Assembly at Annual Fall Event
Prizes for scholarship and ac-
tivities were awarded and Senior
Society tapped its new members
yesterday at Recognition Night,
annual event honoring outstand-
ing independent women.
Those coeds receiving Assembly
New Art Group
Will Meet Today
At Willow Village
The Willow Run New Art group
will meet at 8:00 p.m. today at the
University Community center.
Members will continue workingr
on projects in ceramics, textile
painting, drawing from life and
drawing from still life. All mem-
bers are urged to attend, andE
women interested in joining the
group are welcome to the meet-
Activity awards included Blanche
Berger, 909 E. University; Shir-
ley Loeblich, Newberry; Mary
Quiatt, Martha Cook Building;
Sarah Simons, Martha Cook
Building; Pamela Wrinch, Mar-
tha Cook Building; Sue Smith,
Mosher Hall, and Betty Spillman,
Betsy Barbour, all from the class
Representatives of the class
of '49 who received Assembly
awards were ]lone Fietzie, Jor-
dan Hall; Dulcie Krasnik,
Stockwell Hall; and Elizabeth
Meyers, Betsy Barbour.
Debbie Dubinsky, Betsy Bar-
bour; Patricia James, Mosher
Hall; Betty Richards, Newberry
Hall; and Marilyn Varnum, New-
berry Hall were awarded Assem-
bly recognition prizes for the class
For the first time, Assembly
gave house activity awards to
independent residence houses
whose members were most ac-
tive on campus. First prize went
to Mary Markely House, and
second prize to Betsy Barbour.
Houses receiving scholarship
awards were Martha Cook Build-
ing, first prize, and Helen New-
berry residence, second prize.
Individual scholarship awards
were given by Assembly to Doris
Silep, with a 4.0000 average, and
Nancy McKaye, with a 3.8621 av-
erage, from the class of '48. Norma
Levy, with a 3.9143 average and
Wilma Kaemlein, with a 3.9091
average represented the class of
'49. Jean Faint, who held an av-
erage of 3.90000 and Marjorie
Ryan, with33.875, received awards
for the class of '50.
During the evening event,
Senior Society tapped six new
members, including Mary Jane
Albrights, Newberry Residence;
Eunice Mintz, 808 Granger;
Shirley Loeblish, Newberry Res-
dence; Blanche Berger, 909 E.
University; Betty Spillman, Bar-
bour House, and Mary Quiatt,
Martha Cook Building.
Recognition Night climaxed As-
sembly's program to inform cam-
pus women of its function and
A Halloween party will be held
by the International Students As-
sociation from 9 p.m. to midnight
Friday, October 31 at the Women's
The party, which was one of a
number of events projected by the
ISA planning committee at a
meeting Thursday. will be an all
campus affair, and everyone is
invited to attend. Included in the
party will be a torch light parade
from the International Center to
the Athletic building, record danc-
ing, light refreshments, and a
series of traditional group games
of other countries directed by stu-
dents/from those countries.
President of the group, M. K.
Raju, also disclosed that the ISA
plans to inaugurate in the near
future a number of Sunday eve-
ning suppers featuring special
dishes each week of some foreign
country as prepared by students of
that nation. These suppers will be
open to all members of the asso-
ciation, but reservations must be
*made in advance.
The ISA is also planning Inter-
national Ball, annual all compus
dance to be held in the IM build-
ing. The orchestra for the affair
is still to be selected.
Give Now-To Your
Ticket Sales Begin Monday
For Dance Given To Raise
Money For Fresh Air Fund
Assenbly will present A-Hop, a
man-bid, semi-ormal dance to be
held from 8:30 to midnight Sat-
urday. November 8, in the Intra-1
The purpose of the dance is to
raise money for the University of
Michigan Fresh Air Camp, tra-
ditional Assembly project. Last
year this dance was called "Time
Out" and the plans for this year's
A-Hop are even bigger and bet-
ter than this past one according to
co-chairman Mary Quiatt.
Tickets for A-Hop will go on
sale Monday in University Hall
and at the Michigan Union. The
band that is scheduled to play
will be announced Sunday.
General chairmen of the cen-
tral committee for A-Hop are Bet-
ty Spillman and Miss Quiatt.
Other committee members include
Irma Eichhorn, music; Ilona
Fietze, buildings and grounds;
Dulcie Kraznick, finance; Joan
Carroll, tickets; Betty Lou Mc-
Geith, publicity; Miss Spillman,
patrons; and Miss Quiatt, pro-
Members of Soph Cabaret
Floorshow To Meet Today
Coordination of the Three
Floorshow divisions of Soph Cab-
aret will be explained by Gail
Huntington. floorshow chairman.
to all new members at 4 p.m. to-
day in the ABC Room of the
All floorshow members are re-
quested to be present since special
groups will be chosen from the
singing, dancing and speaking
sections by the respective chair-
Floorshow Cast Told
Coeds in the floorshow were an-
nounced yesterday by Shirley
Kallman, publicity chairman.
Other coeds having solo parts in
the production will be named next
Members of the singing chorus
include Ruth Campbell, Dolly
Humicke, Barbara Kershaw, Mary
Alice Reed, Connie Skaff, Sara
Thrush, Joan Davidoff, Sally Don-
ovan, Sue Hendrian, Doris Kays,
Adelaide Klingbeil, Jean Meranda,
Lynn Robinson, Kitty Campbell,
Doris Clark, Mary Lou Euring,
Gloria Hile, Nan Hubach, Fran
Ivick, Ann Sauer, Adele Hager,
Ruth Kirschbaum, Jean Marson,
Betty Lou Robinson, Nancy Sy-
mons and Georgia Pantoleon.
Additional Parts Announced
Working on speaking parts will
be Marilyn Flynn, Carol Leck-
lida, Virginia Campbell, Betty
Goebel, Marry Ann Harris, Jeri
Mulson, Pat James, Peggy Pell,
and Sally Goodyear.
Dance chorus parts will go to
Dolores Maximena, Jo Bell, Jacki
Foxgrover, Dorothy Huromymus,
Barb Coxon, Retta Burdick, Au-
drey Benner, Pat Goble, Doris
Clark,BHelen Girdler, Nancy
Walker, Gloria Hile, Jan Olivier,
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Betty Richards, Lola Schwartz,
Jean Welton. Wilma Wilson. Bet-
ty Ellis, Jo Lyons. Betty Saulk.
Helen Hubbard. Marge Hehn,
Gracia Hammond. Jeannie John-
son, Barb McAdy. Marsha Anes,
Maxine Reid, Ellie Erwin, Carol
Kimpton, and Delores Olsen.
All members and pledges that
intend to be active in Alpha
Phi Omega this year are asked
to attend the meeting to be held
at 7:30 p.m. today in the Union.
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residences will be approved, chap-
eroned or unchaperoned, provid-
ed they are announced to the Of-
fice of Student Affairs at least one
day in advance of the scheduled
Women's Housing Applications
for Spring Semester, 1948:
1. Women students now living
in dormitories are reminded that
their present contracts extend
through the spring semester, 1948.
Requests for release will be con-
sidered by the Office of the Dean
of Women only until January 10,
2. Women students wishing to
remain in the same League Houses
they now occupy may request
spring contracts from the house-
mothers immediately. Women stu-
dents now living in League Houses
who wish to move to other League
Houses for the spring semester
may secure application forms
from the Office of the Dean of
Women beginning November 1,
1947. Between November 1 and 15,
those applicants will be referred to
the first vacancies available for
the spring semester.
3. New women students not now
on campus admitted' to the Uni-
versity for the spring semester
will be given the opportunity to
apply for housing through the Of-
fice of the Dean of Women as fol-
a. A limited number of students
admitted as first semester fresh-
men for the spring may apply for
dormitory accommodations on and
after November 15,'1947.
b. All other women newly ad-
mitted, including those with ad-
vanced standing, and graduate
women, may apply for supplemen-
tary housing on or after Novem-
(Announcement of application
procedure for housing for fall,
1948 will appear at a later date.)
Identification cards: Cards will
be distributed from the booths
outside Rm. 2 University Hall, ac-
cording to the following schedule:
Thursday, Oct. 23-L-Z
Friday, Oct. 24-A-Z
Saturday, Oct. 25-A-Z
All students who had pictures
taken on Monday and Tuesday of
this week should pick them up
Friday afternoon or Saturday'
morning, October 24 and25.
Application for Admission, to
the Graduate School for the Sec-
ond Semester: Students in other
schools and colleges who will.
graduate, and who may wish to
enter the Graduate School the
second semester, must submit
by December 15 in order to be
given consideration. The crowded
condition in the University has
placed limitations upon the num-
ber that may be admitted.
Teacher's Certificate Candi-
dates: The Teacher's Oath will be
given to all February candidates
for the teacher'sucertificate on
October 23 and 24 between the
hours of 8-12 and 1:30-4:30 in
Rm. 1437, U.E.S.
University Lectures; Prof. Mau-
rice Frechet, The Henri Poincare
Institute, Paris, France. "Proba-
bilities Associated with a System
of Compatible and Dependent
Events," Thurs., Oct. 23, and "Asy-
mptotically Almost Periodic Func-
tions," Fri.. Oct. 24. Both lectures
will be given at 4:15 p.m., Rm.
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