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Assembly Fortnight Show

To BeHeld Oc
"All Aboard" is the call to all
independent women to join the
Assembly Association Fortnight
show to be presented at '7:30 p.m.
Women Grads,
Veterans Live
At Wil low Run
There are now 125 women stu-
dents, graduates and veterans,
housed in Willow Run Dormitory
2, according to the census made
by the Office of the Dean of
Dormitory house director is
Miss Florence Rosenberg and her
assistant is Miss Elaine Fineran.
Both women are veterans anc
lived at Willow Run last year.
The first house meeting of the
term was held last week and the
following officers were elected:
president and athletic chairman,
Miss Irene Silco; social chairman,
Miss Mary Lou Waldner.
Because women living at Willow
Run must be either veterans or
graduate students they do not
have to observe regular University
closing hours, but in conjunction
with the Office of the Dean of
Women, the student government
in the dormitory sets up and en-
forces its own housing reguations.

t. 7 at League
Tuesday, Oct. 7 in Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.
Fortnight show will climax the
Assembly's two-week program de-
signed to acquaint independent
women with the projects and
function of their campus organi-
sation. There is no charge for ad-
mission and coeds will be seated
according to their house groups.
Irma Eichhorn, president of
Assembly, will open the pro-
gram by welcoming women to
Assembly. Gladys "Gigs" Mar-
tin, officiating as M.C., will take
the show from there.
Main attraction of the show will
'e the brief skits presented by
representatives from each dormi-
tory. Participation is limited to
.en women in each skit. The
housemothers of independent
;ampus residences and represen-
,atives from the Office of the
Dean of Women will lend their
talents for a specialty skit.
The show will include the
Davis twins, Ann and Harriet, a
contribution from Senior So-
ciety, and Sue Smith will lead
community singing.
Special guests of honor will be
the housemothers of West Quad-
rangle. Decorations will follow
the blue and white Assembly
theme. Nadine Literaty is chair-
man of the decorations commit-
tee. Coeds will receive favors.

First Meeting
To Be Opened
With Supper
An informal supper will open
the first meeting of the term of
the Women of the University Fac-
ulty at 6:30 p.m. today in the Hus-
sey Room of the Michigan League.
Guest speaker for the evening
will be Dr. Elzada U. Clover, who
will describe her experiences of
the last year, which was spent in
The organization of the Women
of the University Faculty was es-
tablished nine years ago to pro-
mote closer relationships among
the women of the various facul-
ties. Names of the officers and
committee chairmen for the cur-
rent year are: president, Miss Lila
Miller; president-elect, Mrs. Mar-
garet Elliott Tracy; secretary,
Mrs. Mary C. Bromage; treasurer,
Dr. Dorothy G. Hard; program
chairman, Dr. Ruth C. Wanstrom
and membership chairman, Mrs.
Adelria M. Beeuwkes.
The regular meetings of the or-
ganization will be held on the last
Tuesday evening of each month in
the Michigan League Building.
Senior Society will hold its
first meeting of the year at 4
p.m. tomorrow in the ABC Rm.
of the League. All members
must be present, according to
Jo German, president.

Jobs Open
To Women
Opportunities for women inter-
ested in obtaining jobs or doing
volunteer work will be explained
by members of the Personnel Com-
mittee at a meeting to be held at
4:15 today in the Garden Room of
the League.
Coeds are needed to usher at
showings of plays and foreign
movies in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre, and as volunteer work-
ers in nurseries, restaurants, and
advertising fields.
Further details and qualifica-
tions for the jobs will be discussed
at the meeting.

WAA Clubs To Begin

The WAA Tennis Club has fi-
nally succeeded in their deter-
mined quest for indoor practice
The racquet swingers will have
a space of wvall in Watcr ani
Gymtfor weekly practice and in-
struction during the winter.
With their new advisor, Mary
Lou Smelser, former Oklahoma
State Women's champion and
Missouri Valley Doubles cham-
pion, the club will make plans for
the outdoor season at 5 p.m. to-
morrow in the W.A.B. The mem-
bers of the Tennis Club will be or-
ganized in groups according to
experience and ability. These
groups will play, practice and have

BERMUDA HONEYMOON-Mr. and Mrs. William Ford relax
during their honeymoon at Cambridge Beaches, Bermuda. Ford
is the grandson of the late Henry Ford. His bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Firestone, Jr.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Farley of
Bay City have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Janet,
to William J. Upjohn, son of Mr.
Harold Upjohn of Kalamazoo. The
wedding date is set for July, 1948.
Miss Farley is a senior at the
University anti :s a member of Chi
Omega sorority. Upjohn is a mem-
ber of Psi Upsilon frternity.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd B. Reid of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Pa-
tricia, to Edward Law Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Law of
Wiles, O. .
Both are members of the senior
class. Miss Reid is affiliated with
Chi Omegasorority and Mr. Law
is a member of Lambda Chi Al-
pha fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fleming
of Hamburg, N. Y. have announced
the marriage of their daughter,
Alice Ann, to Arnold Burnfield of
Texas. The ceremony took place
July 10 in Texas.
Mrs. Burnfield is a member of
Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi,
Alpha Lambda Delta and is affili-
ated with Alpha Delta Pi sorority.
Her husband attended medical
school here.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Burnard of
Detroit announce the engagement
of their daughter, Audrey Irene, to
Philip David Marriner, son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. Bliss Marriner of
Portsmouth, N.H. The wedding is

set for sometime in Feb. 1948.
Marriner, is a member of Tau
Beta Pi and house director at Wil-
low Run.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Harris
of Flint announce the engagement'
of their daughter, Jean, to James
T. McGraw, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William H. McGraw also of Flint.
Miss Harris is a resident of
Betsy Barbour House. Both are
seniors this semester.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Gibson of
Battle Creek have announced the
engagement of their daughter
Carolyn,to David R. Crippen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Crippen of
the same city.
Miss Gibson is a member of Chi
Omega sorority and will be gradu-
ated from the University in June
WAA Petitions
Due Saturday
Coeds petitioning for club
managerships of the WAA Fenc-
ing and Table Tennis Clubs may
submit petitions before noon Sat-
Petitions are available in the
Physical Education Office in Bar-
bour Gym. Completed petitions
should be placed in Betty Eat-
on's box in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
Applicants are asked to sign for
interviews at the time of submit-
ting petitions. Interviews will be
held with the senior members of
the WAA Board next week.

Graduating in February, June, or August from the
Granduate or Undergraduate Schools in the Univer-
sity of Michigan.
TODAY, Tuesday, September 30th
is absolutely the LAST DAY!
You may sign up at a Campus Booth for your Senior
Picture Appointments for 1948 Michiganensian
(your yearbook). Booths at Engine Arch, Union,

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