SUNDAY; OCTOBEl 10, 1948;
TE MICIGAN DAILY
Three Hundred Bathing Beauties
To Compete Tuesday for Honors
In fnnual Wflf4 Swim Contest
Spectators will have the op-
portunity of viewing a grand to-
tal of 300 bathing beauties in the
all-house WAA swimming meet
to be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the Union pool.
Approximately 34 houses will be
represented in the meet, but Jor-
dan hall will be entering the com-
petition with an ace up their
sleeve, in the form of a champior
back-stroker, Pat Scott from Port-
"4 v-+t holds championships
in the Maine A.A. U. 220-yd. free
style, 100-yd. back stroke and
150-yd. back stroke. A past partici-
pant in the Olympic try-outs, Miss
Scott will enter competition in the
50-yd. back stroke and 50-yd. free
style at the WAA meet.
The events of the contest will
include the 25-yd. free style,
25-yd. back crawl, 25-yd. breast
stroke, 50-yd. free style, 50-yd.
back crawl, 50-yd. breast stroke,
a relay for all teams and 3 dives
by each diving participant.
The meet will be open to all in-
terested spectators, who will also
have a chance to witness a water
)allet at intermission by Priscilla
3all and Janet Dewey. The theme
of the ballet will be "Peg 'O My
All participants must be in
the Union pool locker room by 7
p.m., according to Libby Rens-
ford, Michifish manager.
Judging of the swimming meet
will be done by the staff of the
Physical Education department.
Judges include Dr. Margaret Bell,
Dr. Laurie Campbell, Miss Marie
Hartwick, Dr. Juana de Laban,
Miss Fritzie Gareis, Miss Ruth
Harris, Miss Mary Lou Smelser,
Miss Mary Lou Spooner, Miss Jane
White, Miss Betty Willhein and
Mrs. Edith Aull. Miss Gareis will
also be clerk of the meet.
Will Be Theme
Skit production for Assembly
Fortnite is in full swing.
Wednesday evening the "Open-
ing Night" audience will see the
top talent that the dorms and
league houses have to offer. (And
for free, too!) Over fifteen inde-
in the skit program and each of
the three minute productions
promise to be crammed with
Themes for the playlets run
from satires on college and dorm
life to take-offs on Shakespeare.
Some ingenious independents
have even produced musicals.
The peak of the evening's en-
tertainment will come when the
housemothers present their own
noveltydskit. The subject Qf this
year's dramatic endeavor is being
Coeds have reported missing
Michigan shirts, saddle shoes and
bobby socks shortly after house-
mothers have gone on room in-
Will Be Maestro
Tickets are still on sale for the
third annual A-Hop, the season's
first large scale, all-campus dance,
to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday in the Intramural
The benefit affair, featuring
Woody Herman and his band, will
be sponsored jointly for the first
time by Assembly, organization of
independent women, and Associ-
ated Independent Men.
The fact that, as a result of the
cooperative effort, A-Hop is no
longer only a coed-bid affair as
in previous years was stressed by
James Kallman, president of AIM
and general co-chairman of the
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TICKET SALES for the in-
formal dance will continue in
University Hall and the League
this week. , Beginning tomorrow
tickets will be available to all stu-
dents in the Union lobby.
Decorations, based on an ex-
pected visit from "Esquire"
magazine, will consist of pin-upo
and billboard type drawings.
Final decoration plans, how-
ever, may not be revealed until
after censoring, admitted Arlette
Harbour, co-chairman of decora-
tions. Typical "Esky" covers will
adorn celluloid-bound party pro-
PROCEEDS FROM the event
will be contributed to the fund for
winterization of the University
Fresh Air Camp. The camp, lo-
cated on Patterson Lake approxi-
mately 24 miles north of Ann Ar-
bor, serves as a summer vacation
spot for hundreds of underpriv-
ileged and maladjusted boys.
Plans have been underway for
several years to make the camp
a weekend holiday spot during
the winter months for Univer-
sity students. Two organizations
took advantage of the site for
outdoor parties this past week-
Assembly member Dorothy
Fogel is also co-chairman of the
Women will be granted 1:30
a.m. permission to attend the
Alf Campus Dance
To Be Sponsored
League House women will have
the opportunity this week to help
with Assembly's latest project, an
all campus formal dance spon-
sored by Assembly Association and
the Council of League House Pres-
Women living in league houses
may now petition for the jobs of
general chairman, decorations
chairman, publicity chairman and
assistant publicity chairman.
Petitions may be obtained in the
Undergraduate Office of the
League and are to be turned in by
noon, Friday, October 15.
This is the first dance of its
kind sponsored by the indepen-
dent women and may become a
tradition if campus response de-
mands according Arlette Harbour,
President of Assembly.
Petitions should include ideas
concerning a theme for the event,
and an outline of plans, organi-
zation and suggestions for a suc-
cessful dance. Interviewing, for
the positions will be held Thurs-
day and Friday, October 20 and 21
ASSEMBLY, AIM JOIN FORCES:
independents Promote A-Hop, Petitioning for Projects
from 3 to 5 p.m. and petitioners
should sign for appointments in
the Undergraduate Office.
The interviews will consist of
10 minute talks with Assembly
Board concerning the interviewee's
petition and additional plans for
the dance. Further information
on petitioning writing may be ob-
tained by consulting the League
Only League House women are
eligible for the dance committee.
Golf, Volleyball Tournaments Continue;
WAA Ballet, Tennis, Dance Clubs To Meet
Hostesses are needed for the
Sunday night open houses
sponsored by Assembly to be
held throughout the term in
the Grand Rapids room of the
League beginning today from
7:30 to 10 p.m.
Features of these gatherings
include tournaments in such
games as ping-pong and bridge,
dancing and television viewing
groups. Dormitories, league
house women interested in
acting as hostesses may con-
tact Marie Hedrick. 2-4561.
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha Xi
Delta I vs. Stockwell I; Pi Beta Phi
I vs. Victor Vaughan I.
Monday at 7:15 p.m.--Stock-
well III vs. Zone III.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m. -
Stockwell Xi vs. Kappa Kappa
Gamma I; Jordan VI vs. Pi Beta
Wednesday at 7:15 p.m.-Stock-
well XII vs. Zone I, Team 1;
Stockwell XII vs. Zeta Tau Alpha
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Zone IV
vs. Delta Zeta I; Cheever vs. Tri
Thursday at 7:15 p.m.-Alpha
Chi Omega II vs. Stockwell XVI.
Thursday at 8 p.m. - Gamma
Phi Beta II vs. Gamma Phi Beta
* * *
Ballet Club-7 p.m. Monday in
Barbour Gym Dance Studio for
beginning and intermediate mem-
bers, both men and women.
Tennis Club-5 p.m. Wednesday
Modern Dance-7 p.m. in Bar-
bour Gym Dance Studio for men
The annual Golf Tournament,
held yearly to determine the mem-
bers of the Women's Golf Team,
began yesterday and will continue
through Thursday noon, Oct. 21.
All members of the women's
Golf Club are asked to bring put-
ters, a ball and dues to the meet-
ing to be held at 5:10 p.m.
Thursday in the W.A.B., according
to Buffy Barss, club manager.
The golf tournament is open to
all women on campus, and will be
played over the first nine holes of
the University golf course. The
eight girls who turn in the lowest
scores will be placed on the team,
the lowest four as regulars and
the others as alternates.
The team is allowed to play the
University golf course free of
charge, and will compete with
teams from other schools.
All scores must be turned in to
Mrs. Violet Hanley at the W.A.B.
by Thursday noon, Oct. 21. Team
members will be announced after
the tournament closes.
Last year Michigan's women's
teAm competed with teams from
Michigan State and Michigan
State Normal Colleges.
There will be a meeting of
the programs and tickets com-
mittees of Soph Cabaret at 5
p.m. tomorrow in the League.
The ushers committee will
meet at 4:15 Thursday and
the hostess committee at 5
p.m. Friday in the League.
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