TUE~SDAY, SEPTEMERn 21, 1948
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Dean of Women Aids in Solving
Housing, Employment Problems
Women students who enrolled
in the University too late to obtain
living quarters in dormitories or
league houses have been accom-
modated with temporary sleeping
quarters at the Michigan League
dormitory. The dormitory was for-
merly occupied by women living
and working at the League.
The plan arranged by the Office
of the Dean of Women and the
League was put into use the week-
end before orientation and has
been used by graduate and under-
The Women's Physical Edu-
cation Club will hold a meet-
ing for all women majoring in
physical education at 8 p.m. on
Tuesday, September 21, at the
Women's Athletic Building.
New freshmen and faculty
members will be introduced.
Coffee and doughnuts will be
graduate women including many
foreign students who arrived in
Ann Arbor late.
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AT LEAST 30 students each
night have beenefitted from this
service until permanent quarters
could be provided. Women, tem-
porarily assigned to sleeping quar-
ters at the League, are asked to
call at the Office of the Dean of
They will receive information
on cancellations in dormitories
or other permanent housing fa-
Women not living in University-
approved housing must make ar-
rangements for temporary hous-
ing through the Office of the Dean
MORE WOMEN students have
applied for part time employment
so far this term than in previous
Approximately 81 women have
applied and have been placed in
positions as typists, waitresses,
models for art classes, sales-
women and houseworkers. Posi-
tions as dormitory waitresses are
The baby sitters list now in-
cludes names of 32 women.
Women interested in working as
sitters are asked to sign the list
provided for that purpose in the
Office of the Dean of Women.
Late permission for baby
sitting during the weekrmay be
secured from the Office of the
Dean of Women and from
housemothers on weekends.
Applicants' academic schedules
as well as health are taken into
consideration before placing them
in part time positions.
PHOTOGRAPHER'S QUEEN-Pretty Karen Lewis of Wilkes-
Barre, Pa.. smiles winsomely after being selected "Miss New York
The first of the WAA intra-
murals will begin with the open-
ing of the volleyball tournament
Striving to beat the 1946 rec-
ord of 70 teams, the athletic man-
agers will meet at 5 p.m. tomor-
row in the WAB to list their re-
spective teams and time prefer-
ences for the tournament.
Touses may enter as many
teams as they wish, subject only
to minimum team membership
of 10 persons and a maximum
of 12 including substitutes.
In charge of the intramural pro-
gram will be Margaret Frostic, in-
tramural manager 2-2591. Jan
Olivier, 4089, will head the coming
tournament. Other information
concerning the Tournament may
be obtained by calling sorority
manager, Helen Hubbard, 2-4515,
or league house manager, Mar-
garet MacDougall, 2-2281.
All teams which remain in the
tournament and do not default
will be given WAA participation
credit for their houses.
Special provision will be made
this year for students living in
private homes and for league
houses without teams who wish
to participate in the tourna-
ment. These coeds may sign this
week on special sheets which
will be placed on the bulletin
board in Barbour Gym. From
these sheets special teams will
be composed and members noti-
Another innovation will be the
opening of Barbour Gym for team
volleyball practice from 1:30 to 5
p.m. week days and 9 a.m. to noon
Saturday. Managers or team
captains may sign for practice
times on the Barbour bulletin
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Women's athletic activities will which is open to all coeds includ-
get under way this season with ing first semester freshmen, will
the first athletic managers meet- be outlined and explained by
ing which will be held at 5 p.m. WAA president, Gwen Sperlich.
Wednesday in the WAB. The Intramural manager, Mar-
The WAA sports club programI garet Frostic, will explain the fall
To solve your
intramural volleyball tournament
to house manafers, who are re-
quested to bring lists of teams and
time preferences to the meeting.
The archery club will be organ-
ized this fall under the manager-
ship of Beverly Hawes, badminton
managed by Nancy Somers, ballet
directed by Inez Miller, basket-
ball headed by Jeri Mulson, bowl-
ing led by Virginia Correll and
camp counselors directed by Carol
Other clubs opening this fall to
all women, first semester fresh-
men included are golf, Buffy
Barse, field hockey, Barbara Mc-
Cready, lacrosse, Priscilla Ball;
Michifish (swimming) Libby
Rensford; modern dance, Edith
Daniels; outing, Suzanne Robin-
son; rifle, Zola Shipman; and
tennis, Barbara Reynolds.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. Max Kirsch-
baum of Detroit announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Ruth, to Mr. Bernard Levin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Levin of
Camden, N. J.
Miss Kirschbaum was graduat-
ed in June '48 from the Univer-
sity. Mr. Levin is attending the
School of Chiropody at Temple
University, Philadelphia. No date
has been set for the wedding.
Glee Club To Hold'
This semester incoming fresh-
man women will be allowed to
participate in an extra-curricular
acticity, the Women's Glee Club.
Ruth Spore, president of the
Glee Club, urges new coeds to take
advantage of the new ruling on
activities and join the organiza-
tion. According to Miss Spore,
tryouts for this year will be held'
at 7 p.m. tonight and tomorrow
night in the ABC Room of the
At Book Exchange
Dulcie Krasnick, chairman of
the League Personnel Committee,
requests that all women inter-
ested in doing volunteer work in
the Student Book Exchange re-
port to Rm. 305 in the Union.
League activity credit will be
given for participation in this ac-
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Henry
Quail of Pleasant Ridge have an-
nounced the marriage of their
daughter, Jane Kemp, to Mr.
Smith Beech Atwood, Jr. of Jef-
ferson City, Mo.
Mrs. Atwood was graduated in
June '48 from the education
school and was a member of
Scroll and Delta Delta Delta. Mr.
Atwood was graduated in Febru-
ary '48 from the engineering
school and was a member of Sig-
ma Nu fraternity.
The wedding took place Satur-
day in Royal Oak.
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Brandt
of Cleveland announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Wil-
helmina, to Mr. William Philipsen,
son of Mr. M. H. Philipsen of
Brighton, Colo. and Mrs. Mar-
garet Philipsen of Denver.
Miss Brandt is a senior in the
literary college and a member of
Alpha Delta Pi. Mr. Philipsen
was graduated last June and was
a member of Alpha Sigma Phi.
The wedding will take place next
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