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League,fssembly, Panhellenic
Announce New flppointments


na.nd ngagemen j

Names of women receiving posi-
tions under the League, Assembly
Association, and Panhellenic Asso-
ciation were released yesterday.
The chairman of benefit drives
for the League will be Ann
Schoonmaker. Her assistant will
be Kay Hemmer. Susan Friedman
has been appointed a junior as-
sistant to the chairman of the
publicity committee.
JGP appointments are Louise
Steele, composer apd arranger,
Barbara Gerholz, lyrics chairman,
and Phoebe Feldman, assistant to
the lyrics chairman.
*k * *
THE GENERAL chairman of
the League House-Union mixers
will be Eleanor Goldman. Other!
members of her committee are

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Jayne Semsker, publicity chair-
man; Lois Urban, hostess chair-
man; and Jean Sayles, refresh-
ment chairman.
Assembly members of the
committee for Student-Faculty
teas are Helen Smith, general
chairman; Justine Bessman, in-
vitations; Virginia Walpole, re-
freshments; Thelma Williams,
publicity; and Susan Baker,
New appointments to positions
on the Panhellenic Executive
Council are Suzanne Toepel, Col-
legiate Sorosis, first vice-president,
Marilyn Flynn, Delta Gamma, as-
sistant secretary; and Mary Ann
Crosby, Kappa Alpha Theta, as-
sistant rushing secretary.

of the Student-Faculty teas will
be headed by Jean Heidgen,
Gamma Phi Beta. Barbara Barker,
Alpha Phi; Billie Perkins, Kappa
Alpha Theta; Sallie Slocum,Colle-
giate Sorosis; and Lynn Streeper,
Zeta Tau Alpha, will be members
of her committee.
Interviewing for Panhellenic
Ball will continue from 3 to 5
p.m. today, tomorrow, and
Thursday in the League. Peti-
tions may be handed in late by
dropping them in Mary Stierer's
box in the Undergraduate Of-
Interviewing for Orientation ad-
visers will start Friday, October

Ra itt-Goldberg
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Raitt of
Brooklyn announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Barbara,
to Ivan Lee Goldberg of Tarry-
town, N.Y.
Miss Raitt and Mr. Goldberg
are seniors in the literary college.
The wedding will take place
next September.
Fa rquha rson-Overly
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Farquharson
of Evanston, Ill., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Carol Ann, to O. Robert Overly,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. O. A.
Overly of Youngstown, Ohio.
Miss Farquharson is a senior
at the National College of Edu-
cation in Evanston, Illinois.
Mr. Overly is a senior in the
literary college.
Committee work on . Soph
Cabaret will be explained at a
mass meeting at' 5 p.m. tomor-
row in the League Ballroom...
Committees include publicity,
eligibility, patrons, finance, dec-
orations, refreshments, special
booths, programs, tickets, cos-
tumes, makeup, ushers, hostess,
and back stage crew.
Any women who are not able
to attend the meeting and wish
to work on a committee may
call Ethel Morris, 2-2591, or
Barbara Reynolds, 2-5618.

Mr. and Mrs. John Krasnick of
Detroit announce the engagement
of their daughter, Dulcie, to Mr.
Nordman H. Rosenfeld, also of De-
Miss Krasnick is a senior in the
University and a member of the
League Council. Alpha Lambda.
Delta, Senior Society, and Mor-
Mr. Rosenfeld is a graduate of
the University and is a member
of Kappa Nu.'
A February wedding is planned.
* * *
Bumke-Ca rter
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Bumke
of Fort Wayne, Ind., announce the
marriage of their daughter, Phyllis
Ann, to Mr. Robert Mack Carter,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carter
of Flint.
The wedding took place in St.

John's Lutheran church, Ypsilanti,
Saturday, Sept. 25.
Mrs. Carter is a graduate of
the University school of nursing.
Mr. Carter is a junior in speech.
The couple is residing in Ann Ar-
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Buswell
of Crystal Falls announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Fran-
ces G., to Leonard W. Brumm, Jr,
son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Leonard
Brumm of Marquette.
cMiss Buswellis a junior in the
School of Music. Mr. Brumm is
a junior in physical education and
a member of the hockey team.
The wedding will take place
next summer.
450 pages of Michigan this year

Women interested in working as Those interested in being host-
ushers or volunteer hospital work- esses are requested to contact
ers will meet at 4 p.m. tomorrow the League Undergraduate Of-
in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. fice, or attend class meetings.
Volunteers may usher for movies Tryouts for men wishing to
sponsored by the Art Cinema be in the advanced dancing
League. These films, either foreign classes will be held from 8:30
adaptations or revivals of old pic- to 9:30 p.m. today in the League
tures, are shown at intervals dur- Ballroom.
ing the year. The advanced classes will
Volunteers who have worked as meet at that time on Tuesday.
ushers for the films may also have as soon as tryouts have been
an opportunity to usher at the completed. Post cards will be
Broadway productions which are sent to men who are accepted.
brought to the Michigan Theatre Beginners' classes will be held
twice a year. fo o8pm ody n
Hospital volunteers may devote frmediate sseMondays and
as many hors as they wish to intermTedaclsse rm7t
this work. Time is often spent in 8 p.m. Tuesdays.
the childrens wards. There will be a meeting of the
ity points for participation in bot Hockey Club at 5p.m. today at
of these personnel programs, ac- WAB.
cording to Dulcie Krasnick, chair-**
man of the League Personnel Com- Dormitory presidents will meet
mittee. at 5 p.m. today in the Garden
* * *Room of the League.
Coed hostesses are needed for Presidents unable to attend the
the men's dancing classes, ac- meeting are asked to send an-
cording to Nancy Musselman, other representative from the
director of dance classes. dormitory.
Talent Sought for Casbah Floorshow

'Opening Tea
To Be Given
By ames
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven's
home will be the scene of the
opening tea to be given by the
Michigan Dames from 3:30 to 5:30
p.m. tomorrow.
The Dames, campus organiza-
tion for young matrons, will wel-
come all married women students
and wives of students and interns
into their club.
Advisers who have been chosen
by the club for this season are1
Mrs. Warren W. Chase, Mrs. Wi.-
W. Gilbert, Mrs. L. Hart Wright,
Mrs. R. C. Bartells, Mrs. John Car-
row, and Mrs. Donal Haines.
General meetings for the club
're held the second Tuesday of
every month, and separate group
meetings are held at various inter-
Interest groups include bridge,
drama, music appreciation, a
choir, child study, handicraft, sew-
ing, and interior decorating.
Mrs. C. V. Carter will head the
group for the season. Anyone seek-
ing information about the club
may call the membership chair-
man, Mrs. Howard Fox, 7443.
Mixer Planned
The first Union mixer will be
held from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday in
the Union Ballroom.
Cliff Hoff and his orchestra,
formerly under the baton of Tom
McNall, will furnish the music.
The dances, sponsored by As-
sebly Association and the Union
Social Committee, will be given at
the Union on Saturdays of out-
of-town games.


TENNIS ON ROOFTOP-Barbara Carter, South Hadley Falls,
Mass., tries for a high one as her doubles partner, Ruth Feldman
of New York, backs her up in game on playroof of a Manhattan
theatre where they are ballet dancers.

A campus-wide talent search for
the Casbah mid-dance capers will
beginat 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
Garden Room of the League with
the Casbah floorshow tryouts.
Floorshow managers Lois Steere
and Ellie Littlefield are calling for
entertainers of all shapes, sizes
and varieties, and for entertain-
ment in varied fields.
Emphasis this year will be on
group floors how participation.
Residence halls, sororities, frater-
nities and campus groups may or-
ganize skits to be presented.

Singers, magicians, dancers,
gymnasts, dog trainers and other
talented individuals will also be
recruited for the weekly presenta-
Casbah talent scouts are also
searching the campus for that
rare individual with em-cee po-
If groups do not have an organ-
ized skit to present at the tryouts,
representatives may attend and
sign tentatively for another tryout

Mass Meeting
Will Discuss
Social Events
A mass meeting of women in-
terested in the League Social Com-
mittee will be held at 4 p.m. to-I
morrow in the League.
Plans will be made for League
social activities for the year.
All eligible second semester
freshmen and upperclassmen are
invited to attend, according to
Bobby Jo Ream, social committee
This year's social calendar in-
cludes the Ruthven Teas which1
will be given from 4 to 6 p.m. the
first two Wednesdays of each
Hostesses are needed to conduct
visitors through the Ruthven
home and should have these hours
free. The teas will probably begin
in November.
Women are needed to help on
the committees for the League
Formal which will be given later
in October and hostesses are want-
ed for the various mixers at the
League and Union.
The social committee is some-
times asked for people to guide
strangers around the campus. Vol-
unteers afe needed for this as well
as other projects which will de-
velop later in the year.
The social committee would ap-
preciate suggestions. Anyone in-
terested and unable to attend the
meeting tomorrow may call Miss
Ream 2-5618.
President Elected
Association of Independent Men
confirmed the election of James
Kallman as AIM president to re-
place Charles Hooker, who re-
signed Wednesday.
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