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AY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Coeds Forbidden To Attend
Unofficial Weekend Parties

Notices Must Be
Printed in D.O.B.
All women students on campus
are forbidden to attend weekend
fraternity parties unless they are
authorized by theuOffice of Stu-
dent Affairs, and notice of them
printed in the Daily Official Bul-
letin on the Wednesday preceding
the party.
This system was set up as a
safety measure for coeds lasi
spring at the request of the Un-
dergraduate Council of the
League. Before that time, women
students had no way of knowing
whether the party they were at-
tending was authorized, and con-
sequently whether they were vio-
lating a rule by attending.
The announcement of au-
thorized parties in the Daily
allows coeds to check sup on any
they may wish to attend. It also
holds women students equally
responsible as men for living up
to University conduct rules, for
ibnorance can not be used as an

excuse for violation. If coeds at-
tend an unauthorized party and
are punished for doing so, in
this way it is their own fault.
Requests for approval of week-
end parties must be filed in the
)ffice of Student Affairs no later
han 12 o'clock noon on the Mon-
day before the event is to occur,
and must include the signed ac-
ceptance of the chaperones be-
fore approval will be granted.
Notice of approval of all par-
ties is then listed in the Wed-
tesday edition of the Daily Oi-
ficial Bulletin. All women ex-
pecting to attend a weekend
party should therefore look for
the notice of its approval in
the Daily on that day.
The new system has proven its
*orth on many occasions, accord-
ng to a statement made by the
)ffice of the Dean of Women.
Nomen students wishing full par-
iculars on regulations governing
ocial events may obtain a copy
f them in the Office of Student
ffairs, Rm. 2, University Hall.

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losing valuable time
Students, save yourself
time and money!
The Ann Arbor Business School
offers you classes in
Typing & Shorthand
to be taken in your free hours during the day or
in night classes. Veterans may receive this in-
struction under the G.I. Bill, along 'with your
University courses.
See us for particulars.
ANN ARBOR
BUSINESS SCHOOL
330 Nickels Arcade
Phone 2-0330

Merit-Tutorial
Will Register
Student Tutors
Students who are interested in
tutoring during the fall semes-
ter may register between 1 and 5
p.m. Monday through Friday in
the Merit-Tutorial Office of the
League, it was announced today
by Donnis Murray, chairman.
Tutors are needed in all sub-
jects. Both former tutors and stu-
dents wishing to tutor for the
first time are asked to report to
the office.
Any student with either an A
in a course or a B if it is their
major is eligible to tutor. The
fee set by the League for tutor-
ing through this service is 75
cents per hour.
There will be a mass meeting
for all women interested in work-
ing on the Merit-Tutorial Com-
mittee, at 5 pm. Thursday, Oc-
tober2 in the Garden Room of
the League. All women who are
eligible by University rules to par-
ticipate in activities are invited
to attend.
Sports Groups
To Begin Season
Archery, outing and hockey en-
thusiasts will have the chance to
join WAA sports clubs for fall
participation today and through-
out the next week.
The Archery Club will begin
their fall season with a meeting at
4 p.m. today in the W.A.B. The
shooters will make plans for prac-
tice for the Intercollegiate Tele-
graphic Meet, which the club will
enter in the spring. Gwen Keis-
ter, manager, encourages both be-
ginners and experienced players to
attend. All those interested who
are unable to come to the meet-
ing should notify Miss Keister at
23203.
The Outing Club will meet at
4 p.m. Monday in the W.A.B.
Mixed hostel trips, bicycle rides,
and breakfast and supper hikes
are among the plansannounced
by Nancy Vedder, manager. The
club will conclude their fall activ-
ties with a hayride and a square
dance.
The Hockey Club will organize
and make seasonal plans at 4:45
p.m. Tuesday in the W.A.B. The
club's activities will include
matches with Michigan State Nor-
mal College, University High
School and an inter club tourna-
ment. Harriet Fenske, club man-
ager, also announces that the po-
sition of business and equipment
manager is open. All those inter-
ested should attend the meeting.
Mixer To Be Held
The League Open House, spon-
sored weekly by the League social
committee, will be open from 8 to
10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Juke-box dancing, card playing
and informal social mixing are all
included on the program. There
is no- charge for admission and
nickles for the juke-box are fur-
nished by the committee.
The Open Houses are given
every Sunday and the entire cam-
pus is welcome: Barbara Bussey
is chairman of the social commit-
tee.

FRAN WINE-GAR ...
State Stomp'
To BeHeld
"State Stomp," first Union
dance of the season will be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight today in
the Union Ballroom.
Students attending are urged to
wear plaid shirts and jeans. Ad-
mission will not be limited to Un-
ion members, as any Michigan
State student may purchase a
ticket provided he can show iden-
tification.
During intermission, the cheer-
leaders will conduct a miniature
pep rally with cheers and songs.
Frank Tinker and his orchestra,
regular Union band, will provide
the music for the evening's danc-
ing.
Decorations are planned in the
colors of the two schools, who will
open their football season Satur-
day opposite one another.
The regular Union dance will
be held from 9 p.m. to midnight
Saturday.
Women Interested
In Volunteer Aid
WilI Meet Tuesday
Women interested in obtaining
jobs or doing volunteer work
through the Personnel Committee
of the League are asked to attend
a meeting to be held at 4:15 Tues-
day in the Garden Room.
Opportunities offered include
nursery work, ushering, waiting
on table and art work. Qualifica-
tions for jobs and further details
will be explained at the meeting.
Coeds are needed to usher 'at
both Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
and the Michigan Theatre at
showings of foreign movies and
plays. The first of the foreign
movies series will be shown Oc-
tober 9, 10 and 11.
WAA Petitioning
Petitioning for the manager-
ships of the WAA Fencing and
Table Tennis Clubs is now open
to all eligible women.
Petitions may be placed in the
WAA box in the Undergraduate
Office of the League before Sat-
urday noon, October 4. Applicants
are requested to sign for inter-
views at the time of submitting
the petition.
Club managers co-ordinate the
activities of the club and serve as
members of the WAA Board.

Fran Wine-Gar and his orches-
tra will make trieir first appear-
ance at the grand reopening of
the Campus Casbah to be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight today and
tomorrowuon the second floor of
the League.
Featuring Nola as vocalist,
Wine-Gar will furnish music for
an expected crowd of more than
600 students and football week-!
end guests. In addition to orig-
inal arrangements of many fa-
vorite tunes, he will play an orig-
inal composition callled "Break-
ing My Dates."
Wine-Gar is well-known in
the musical world, having led
dance bands in many Michigan
cities and resorts as well as at
the Steel Pier in Atlantic City
and the Roseland Ballroom in
New York.
He is the composer of the hit
of a few years back entitled
"When a Gypsy Makes His Violin
Cry." Currently he is working on
a theme dedicated to the Cas-
bah, which will be introduced
soon.
In addition to the usual saxo-
Athletic Awards
System Revised
Athletic participation awards
will be given upon a revised sys-
tem this year.
Under a new WAA Board ruling
a certificate will be awarded to
the dormitory, league house and
sorority which leads its respective
division in participation points.
The partic1;ation cup will be giv-
en to the leaaer of all three divi-
sions.
The changed rules on sports
club membership give a woman
five points only if she attends
three-fourths of the club's meet-
ings and activities.
Participation points are given
to individuals for club member-
ship, team membership and plac-
ing in a tournament. These points
contribute toward the final house
total.
Dance Activities
To Be Conducted
By New Advisor
The Dance Clubs will reorganize
their activities this year under
their new advisor, Juana de Laban,
graduate of the Royal Hungarian
Academy in Budapest Hungary.
The Ballet Club will attend a
professional ballet in Detroit and
show ballet movies from New
York. Mrs. de Laban is making
arrangements for fortnightly
guest dance artist appearances for
the clubs and the public.
The Ballet Club will have its or-
ganizational meeting at 5 p.m.
Wednesday in the W.A.B. and is
open to all women on campus.
After their organization the club
will meet on Monday evenings
from 7 to 8 p.m. in the dance room
in Barbour Gym, where both be-
ginning and advanced instruction
will be given by Mrs. de Laban.
The first meeting of the Mod-
ern Dance Club will be at 7 p.m.
Wednesday in Barbour Gym
Dance room. Weekly instructions
for beginners and experienced
women will be given by the new
advisor. High interest in this club
will warrant programs this season
in connection with the Ballet Club
and the Speech Department, ac-
cording to manager Shurley Ash.
The card game, poker, is, in
principle, almost as ancient as
playing cards themselves, accord-

ing to the Encyclopedia Britan-
nica, but its name and the present
form of the game originated in
the U. S. early in the 19th century.

phone and rhythm sections, Wine-
Gar's 11-piece band includes two
trombones, a trumpet, and a
French horn.
To accommodate guests the
Casbah will have tables for
cokes and bridge throughout
the concourse and in the Grand
Rapids room. The ballroom has
been newly decorated with deep
red draperies gracing the large
windows.
Tickets for tonight and tomor-
row are still available in the of-
fice of the social director of the
League.

Fran Wine-Qar To Be Featured
At Campus Casbah Reopening

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FIRST ChURCh OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
Announces
NEW LOCATION FOR CHURCH SERVICES
MICHIGAN LEAGUE BALLROOM
2nd floor
Church 10:30 A.M. Sunday - 8:00 P.M. Wednesday
Sunday School 11:45 A.M.
The members and congregation of this church are looking
toward thebuilding of a new church on their lot on Washtenaw
Ave. and are using temporary quarters until that time.
NEW LOCATION OF READING ROOM
211 E. WASHINGTON
Hours 11:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (except'Sundays and Holidays)

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record library even more extensive than ever
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