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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 194.

THE M ICH IGAN DAI LY

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Cabaret Parts Announced;
Mass Meeting Called Oct. 6

Coed House Rules, Regulations
Clarified by Judiciary Council

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Results of the floorshow tryouts
for Soph Cabaret were announced
yesterday by Ethel Norris, general
chairman.
Women chosen for the singing
chorus are: first sopranos: Jane
Buell, Mae Cade, Sue Hughes,
Shirley Miller, Ellen Traxler and
Joy Williams.
Second sopranos include: Vir-
ginia Bauer, Nan Byrnes, Joani
Fink, Skippy Miskow, Janet
Pierce, Carol Schumacher and
Mary Louise Stone.
Altos in the chorus are: Doris
Buser, Berna Grildon, Judy
Johannsen, Barbara Little, Ruth

Ann Rupp, Ruia Winter and
Rita Woodson.
The dancing chorus is divided
into three sections: tap, ballet,
and modern dance. Women, the
tap chorus are: Priscilla 'Ball,
Donna Barak, Bonnie Honke, Nor-
ma Jacsec, Yvonne Johnson, Betty
Karkeet, Pat McLean, Nancy 'Not-
nagel, Jacquelyn Rau, Jeanne
Schreiber and Cecilia Woodworth.
Ballet dancing will be done
by: June Chadwick, :-Nancy
Chapel, Margaret Donavan,
Jean Meengs, Barbara Quail,
Sallie Slocum, Helen Wayt,

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Gracia Woodworth and Jo
Strain. l
Women inthe modern dance
group are: Barbara Abar, Nancy
Benson, Christine Diamond, Doris
Egan, Diane Faulk, Beverly Ful-
lerton, Guilda Garon, Audrey
Grendahl, Patricia Gullberg, Dee
Janusch, Pat Keast, Barbara Mo-
lyneaux, Nickie Sotier and Ann
Stewart.
Those chosen for speaking
parts include: Doris Buser, Bar-
bara Bodenbender, Barbara
Carlson, Patricia Dressler, Joyce
Edgar, Jose Engel, Colleen Ken-
nedy and Edith Merlin.
The list concludes with: Beverly
Olszynski, Jennie Quirk, Myrna
Rees, Nancy Stenbuck, Hoarriet
Stober, Bette Swanson, Jane Top-
per, Mary Pat Young and Pauly
Zimmerman., , *
A MASS MEETING for all soph-
omore women interested in com-
mittee work on Soph Cabaret will
be held at 5 p.m., Wednesday, Oct.
6, in the League Ballroom.
Committees on which women
may work are: eligibility, pa-
trons, finance, decorations, re-
freshments, special booths, pro-
grams, pisblicity, tickets, cos-
tumes, make-up, ushers, hostess
and back stage crew.

In an effort to place stress on
prevention of violations this year,
Women's Judiciary Council last
week distributed enough copies of
"Campus Regulations and House
Rules" throughout the residence
halls so that every woman on cam-
pus could obtain a copy.
Members of the council have en-
deavored to clarify these rules in a
revised edition of the booklet.
They have expressed their willing-
ness to attend any house meetings
upon request in case there are still
some questions regarding rules.
Having had only one probation-
ary case in the first two weeks of
the fall semester, Judiciary feels it
is off to a good start. Between
May, 1947 and May, 1948, 128
women appeared before the coun-
cil, 96 of whom were placed on so-
cial probation.
* * *
THE MOST FREQUENT of-
fenses are latenesses, failure to
sign out over the weekend, being
out over night during the week
Personnel Meeting
Personnel chairmen of league
houses and dormitories will
meet at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the
Garden Room of the League.
Those representatives unable to
attend are to call Marion Grant
2-3225.

without permission from the
face of the Dean of Women
misuse of late permission.

Of-
and

Open House
Features T-V
The Assembly Association will
sponsor open houses from 7:30 to
10 p.m. every Sunday beginning
today in the Grand Rapids Room
of the League.
A new television set, will help
provide entertainment. There will
also be dancing to juke box music,
bridge, and ping pong.
There will be a meeting at
Wyvern at 5 p.m. tomorrow in
the Cave of the League for all
members.

Another situation which often
causes difficulties, according to
Pat Hannagan, Judiciary Coun-
cil president, is signing out for
vacations. If women wish to
leave their residences before the
official time set for the begin-
ning of a vacation, they must
obtain permission from the Of-
fice of the Dean of Women.
Women often don't realize that
if they are away for a weekend and
change their plans for returning
Sunday, they must notify the
house director.
* * *
SPECIFIC QUIET hours are a
matter of individual house deci-
sion, but these hours must be reg-
istered with Judiciary Council
which supervises their enforce-
ment.

Volleyball teams will continue
their play this week with the fol-
lowing games:
Monday at 5:10 p.m. - Alpha
Omicron Pi II vs. Delta Gamma I;
Kappa Kappa Gamma III vs. So-
rosis I.
Monday at 7:15 p.m.-Stockwell
II vs. Jordan I; Newberry I vs.
Jordan II.
Monday at 8 p.m.-Newberry III
vs. Zone II, team 2; Zone 1, team
2, vs. Couzens.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.- Alpha

Gamma Delta I vs. Sorosis II; Al-
pha Chi Omega I vs. Jordan III.
Tuesday at 7:15 p.m.-Newberry
II vs. Chi Omega III; Stockwell VI
vs. Barbour II.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.--Jor-
dan V vs. Markley; Alpha Xi Delta
II vs. Mosher II.
Wednesday at 7:15 p.mL
Stockwell XI vs. Zone I, team 1;
Chi Omega I vs. Martha Cook II.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha
Omicron Pi I vs. Alpha Phi II;
Kappa Kappa Gamma IV vs.
Stockwell XV.

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