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23, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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impus Casbah To Reopen
day with Winegar's Band

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apanying the advent of tained on football weekends.
7 football season, the Cam- Plans were being made to accom-
bah, soft drink night club modate equally large numbers
dens ad gest, wll oldthis season, according to Carla
ents and guests, will hold Mullendore, chairman of the Cas-
id reopening from 9 p.m. bah committee.
ight Friday and Saturday, The entire second floor of the
6 and 27 in the League League will be open to Casbah
n, featuring the music of guests this year, with tables and
inegar and his orchestra. cokes provided in the Grand Rap-
ular care was taken this ids Room and facilities for bridge
the Casbah committee in games and record playing between
g a band to satisfy the dances.
of University students. The League Grill on the main
iticipate a warm welcome floor will remain open during
n Winegar, his 12-piece dances. A limited number of tick-
ed vocalist, Nola. In earlier ets will be on sale this week at
s a band leader Winegar the main desk in the League.
tty Hutton her first op-
.y as a vocalist. At present The 1946 sweet potato crop was
iing graduate work at the estimated at 66,807,000 bushels,
ty. according to the Encyclopedia
s were first held at the Britannica 1947 Book of the Year.
in the fall of last year, This is slightly more than the
ecord crowds were enter- 66,665,000-bushel crop of 1945.
WIFT'S DRj"UG STORE
Drescriptions Drug Sundries
Student Supplies
Stationery Magazines
Light Lunches Served at our
Modern Soda Fountain
The Rexall Store on Campus
10 South State Street Phone 2-0534

Deadline Set
For Election
Of Presidents
Judiciary Council Requests
Houses To Name Officers,
List Quiet Hour Schedules
All undergraduate women's
houses are required to elect house
presidents before the close of the
second week of classes, it was an-
nounced today by Betty Hahne-
man, president of the Women's
Judiciary Council.
Each house must also indicate
time set aside for quiet hours. A
list including these hours and the
names of the housemother, house
president and persons responsible
for sign-out sheets must be placed
in the Judiciary Council box in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League by Friday, October 3.
All sign-out sheets should be'
accompanied by a composite sheet
and placed in their designated box
in the Undergraduate Office by 5
p.m. each Monday. Miss Hahne-1
man requested that these sheets
be clipped or stapled together.
Sign-out sheets to be turned in
Monday must date from the time
the house opened this Fall. Each
set must include those from Mon-
day of one week through the fol-
lowing Sunday.
Veteran Women
May Obtain Loans
From University
Financial assistance is avail-
able to veteran women registering
at the University under Public
Law 16 or Public Law 346.
This assistance is in the form of
loans available without interest
for those whose subsistence
checks do not arrive on schedule.
Veteran women who wish to apply
are instructed to see Mrs. Mary
C. Bromage, Assistant Dean of
Women.
A short application form will be
filled in and plans made for the
issuance of the loan through the
Cashier's Office. In the academic
year 1946-47 fifty-one loans were
issued to veteran women.

For Minnesota Game Oct.

Homecoming Weekend Planned

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Plans for Homecoming week-
end, scheduled for the Minnesota
football game, October 25, are al-
ready underway, according to
Penny Klausner, chairman of the
Varsity Committee of the Student
Legislature.
The traditional homecoming
dance, feaauring Louis Prima
and his orchestra, will be held
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight,
Saturday in the Intramural
Building. Ticket sales will open
after October 1, according to
Chuck Lewis, Sigma Alpha Mu,
general chairman of the dance.
Minnesota students may attend
Homecoming dance if they con-
tact someone on campus to buy
Students Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gray of
Corning, N. Y. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Bar-
bara Marion, to William S. Wake
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Wake of Galesburg, Ill.
Miss Gray, a senior in the
School of Business Administra-
tion, is president of Kappa Delta
sorority. Wake is affiliated with
Beta Theta Pi fraternity, and is
a graduate student in the busi-
ness administration school. He
was also a former Daily photog-
rapher.
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tickets for them before the dance.
The affair will be strictly infor-
mal as it has been in the past.
An all-campus pep-rally, Fri-
day, October 24, proceeding
from the Union down to Ferry
Field will initiate Homecom-
ing activities. Varsity Night will
follow the pep rally in Hilll Au-
ditorium.
Every men's and women's resi-
dence will be eligible to enter the
Homecoming display contest. The
battle of the Brown Jug will be
the theme of the original displays.1

Displays will be
morning before
judging taking
before noon.

constructed the
the game with
place sometime

Awards for the wining dis-
plays will be made later in the
day. Specific requirements and
the ruling on expense will be
printed in The Daily.
House teas and open houses af-
ter the game will complete festiv-
ities. The weekend celebration is
under the direction of the Varsity
Committee of the Student Legis-
lature.

SThe Tavern Cafeteria
SERVING HOURS:
LUNCH 11:304A.M. - 1:30 P.M. DINNER 5 - 7 P.M.
IN BACK OF THE NICKELS ARCADE
Ii 338 MAYNARD STREET

THREE-WAY FURNITURE ... Teenager Joan Patsy Flicker of
New York has a novel piece of furniture in her bedroom-a com-
bination bookshelf, night table and headboard finished top and

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sides with ceramic tile.
Interviewing
To BeHeld
Interviewing will be held for
three positions open on Soph Cab-
aret, J.G.P. and Casbah commit-
tees from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Friday,
September 26 in the Undergradu-
ate Office at the League,it was an-
nounced by Jo Reuland, president
of the Interviewing Committee.
Positions open include assistant
floor show chairman of Soph Cab-
aret for Sophomores, costume
chairman of J.G.P. for Juniors,
and Casbah Chairman for Sen-
iors.
Unlike last Spring, women in-
terested in the positions need not

Crop and Saddle
Announces Plans
For Fall Season
Crop and Saddle will initiate
the Fall season with an organi-
zational meeting at 5 p.m. Thurs-
day in the Women's Athletic
Building.
Plans are being made to en-
large the club this semester and
to increase the scope of activities.
Crop and Saddle, WAA Riding
Club, is open to all women on
campus including first semester
Freshmen. Members of the club
ride regularly once a week.
In addition to this meeting the
club has planned supper rides
and mixed rides with Boots and
Spurs, University Men's Riding
Club. Classes in horsemanship
will be conducted with lecturing
by Mr. Clarence Hastings.
The annual Horse Show is ten-
tatively planned for Saturday, Oc-
tober 18. Among the classes to be
entered in the show will be pairs,
beginners, Crop and Saddle horse-
manship, Boots and Spurs horse-
manship and open three-gaited.
Housing Arranged
The Office of the Dean of
Women reports that housing ac-
commodations for all women stu-
dents entering the University for
the Fall semester have been ob-
tained.

petition for them.
alone will be held.1
coed may sign for ani
a sheet posted in the
dergraduate Office.

Interviews
Any eligible
interview on
League Un-

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Uperators to
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Ann Arbor
W E'RE mighty proud that many students here at the
University are girls who have worked as operators in
telephone offices.
If you are one of them, we want you to visit us at the
telephone office here. We want to meet you so we can
welcome you personally to Ann Arbor. For after all,
every former telephone operator is still a "telephone
woman" to us.
If you would like part-time employment while you're
attending the University, we may be able to work out
a schedule that won't interfere with your classroom
or study periods. We already have a number of college
students who work part time and they find our lounge
room ideal for studying and our employees' cafeteria a
convenient place to eat.
The telephone office is just 22 blocks from the
campus, at 323 East-Washington street, which makes
it mighty convenient to get to and from.

Michigan Bell Welcomes

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