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WEDNESDAY, Oct. 20, 1948



First Girl-Bid Dance

To Feature Floorshow by League Council

Parody on Michigan


To Be Presented

All Coeds Invited To Participate
In Michifish Tryouts Saturday

The mighty members of League
wouncil will momentarily abandon
their worthy and exalted posts to
present their own original floor-
show at the League Formal to be
aeld from 9 to 12 p.m. Friday in
She League Ballroom.
The Council "wheels" will really
oll the audience in the aisles with
their musical rendition of "I'll
Re'er Forget My College Dates."
"Pantomime, comedy and even
uality will be present in various
iegrees," asserts Bobby Jo Ream,
hairman of the show.
THE QUARTET combination of
udrey Buttery, Arlette Harbour,
iss Ream and Ruth Spore, will
oin for the favorite, "When Night
Speaker Scheduled
There will be a Physical Ed-
ucation Club assembly meet-
ing at 9 a.m. today in the WAB.
The guest speaker will be
Wally Weber.

Falls" with a solo by Miss Spore.
Highlights of the program will be
a musical pantomime to "My
Man's a Michigan M Man" and
"Make Mine Michigan" the song
hit from last year's JGP.
Chorus members will be Pat
McKenna, Nancy Hess, Jackie
Reid, Gwen Sperlich, Ginny
Campbell, Ginny Nicklas, Mary
Stierer and Ethel Morris.
'Ticket sales for the event, which
will be semi-formal, will continue
throughout the week from 1 to 5
p.m. in the League Lobby. This
will be the first all campus girl-
bid dance of the year. It is one of
the biggest social events in the
League Schedule.
ART STARR, the Casbah music-
maker, and an enlarged personnel,
will give the added touch for this
special dance. Starr promises the
same quality and danceability
from his organization, which will
carry out its usual request hon-
Open for relaxation and, re-



freshment and entertainment,
the Grand Rapids Room will
also have the added attraction
of the television set which may
be used by all guests at the
Photographers will be on hand
to take souvenir pictures and for-
mal shots for campus publications.
A PRE-DANCE banquet in the
League will be given for League
Council members and their dates.
Guest of honor will be Miss Ethel
A. McCormick.
Coeds and their dates will be
greeted by ball room decorations
that have been borrowed from
an autumn moon. Fall foliage
in brilliant hues will carry out
the theme of the season.
Trees, sparkling in fall attire
and three-dimensional in appear-
ance, will lead the dancers into a
simile of a fall forest. To complete
the scene there will be a full fall
moon shining through the "little"
Position Open
In Assembly
The position of secretary of As-
sembly Association is open to any
eligible junior or senior indepen-
dent woman with the proper qual-
Applicants petitioning for the
positions should know how to type
and should be free from 4 to 6
p.m. Tuesdays, according to Ar-
lette Harbour, president of As-
The secretary will take the min-
utes at all meetings of the Execu-
tive Board of Assembly Associa-
tion and Dormitory Presidents'
Council. She will also be in charge
of all correspondence pertaining
to the Executive Board and of
keeping the Assembly scrapbook
up to date.
Petitions are due at noon, Mon-
day, Oct. 25, in the Undergraduate
Office of the League. Applicants
may sign up for interviews at that
time. Interviewing will be held
from 4 to 5 p.m. Wednesday and
Thursday, Oct. 27 and 28.
Help in writing petitions may be
obtained in the Undergraduate Of-
fice or by contacting Marion
Grant, 2-3225.

Tryouts for Michifish will con-
tinue from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday
in the Union pool.
The club is open to all women
on campus. Former members as
well as prospective members must
try out in order to be in this year's
club, according to Libby Rensford,
club manager. Women who did not
attend the tryouts last week are
still eligible.
The requirements for the club
are the 25-yard crawl, 25-yard
side stroke on both sides, 25-
yard breast stroke, 1 standing
front dive, 1 service dive and 1
back dolphin.
Although membership in the
club does not require outstanding
diving skill, the club will welcome
those who have special diving abil-
This year the club will be
divided into two groups, the

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SMASH!--Stevens Co-op demonstrates a winning play that helped
them to victory over Stockwell in a recent game in the volley-ball
tournament. The captain of the Stevens team is Dickie King.
Dorm Candy Booths To Reopen

regular Michifish, and a group
for those who would like to
work up to the qualifying re-
The regular Michifish group will
be a permanent one for which
members will not have to tryout
again. These women will have the
use of the Union pool from 10 to
11 a.m. on Saturdays, and will be
the ones who put on the water

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Panhel Job
Petitions Due
Petitions for Panhellenic Rec-
ognition Night will be due Monday,
Oct. 25 at noon.
Applicants should sign up for
their interviews at this time in the
Undergraduate Office. Interview-
ing will be Oct. 25 to 29 from 3
to 5 p.m.
The positions open are general
chairman, patrons chairman, pro-
grams chairman, publicity chair-
man and finance chairman.


with greater and enlarged
facilities for YOU

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Coeds suffering from perennial
pangs of hunger will be glad to
know that dorm candy booths are
Booths are now in operation, or
shortly will be, in six dormitories.
The booths were set up last year
under the direction of the League
Tryout Meeting
Of Casbah Talent
To Be Today
Tryout talent in all fields is be-
ing called by the Casbah floorshow
committee to attend the special
tryout meeting at 7:30 p.m. today
in Room A of the League.
Floorshow chairman, Lois
Steere, urges house groups and or-
ganizations to use wasted talent
and make a floorshow for Casbah.
Coaching and practice will be
available for groups desiring it,
under the direction of Margaret
Morgan, secretary to the director
of the League.
The Casbah committee. is look-
ing for individual performers as
well as groups.
Since this will be the last in the
series of fall season tryouts, pros-
pective performers unable to at-
tend the meeting are asked to no-
tify Miss Steere or Ellie Littlefield.

Drives Committee as a penny-sav-
ing student convenience.
Individual dorm booths are
under the direction of coed
managers who are helped by
other volunteer coeds. The man-
agers are required to keep the
accounts in order and see that
the booth's stock is replenished.
The hours during which the
stores are open vary in each dorm.
But each booth operates at least
twice daily. League activity credit
is given to those women who help
sell in the booths.
Dorm candy store managers for
this semester are Phyllis Walters,
Newberry; DeborahkDubinsky,
Barbour; Peggy Herrick, Martha
Cook; Alice Sharzynski and Jennie
Trypsin, Mosher: Patricia Day,
Jordan; Doris Allen and Irene
Zag, Stockwell.
Last year the booths proved
a tremendous success. A store
set up in U Hall kept the project
from being strictly a dormitory
Tentative plans have been made
for re-opening the U Hall candy
booth in the near future. Other
booths will probably be openedj
soon in Victor Vaughan and Couz-
en's Hall.
The stores are run on a non-
profit basis, with the surplus from
sales donated to the University
Fresh Air Camp.

Ticket Committee will meet at 5
p.m. today in the League Chapel.
All girls who signed up are re-
quested to attend, according to the
chairman, Boots Kallman.
ASSEMBLY Fortnite committee
chairmen are reminded that per-
sonnel reports are due not later
than Friday, Oct. 29.
The reports should be placed in
Virginia Nicklas' box in the Un-
dergraduate Office.



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