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TUESDAY, OCTOBER M2, 19~48.

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Dean's Office To Announce
Housing Space in December

The Office of the Dean of
Women willcknow exactingwhat
openings are available in various
types of housing, when the dead-
line for women's spring housing
applications is announced in De-
cember, according to Associate
Dean of Women, Mary IBromage.
Explaining the later deadline
this year, Dean Brbmage said that
besides graduation and with-
drawals, completion of the new
dormitory is being considered.
"WE EXPECT to be able to
house every eligible woman stu-
dent for spring semester," Dean
Bromage asserted. "'Those now on
campus are already assured of
space, and arrangements will be
worked out for new students, with
or without -the new dormitory,"
The new dormitery, toated on
Observatory next to Masher
Hall, will house 514 women in
its four wings. If it is completed
by spring term, there will be
that many more vacancies.
Certain priority on available
openings is assured women now
registered who need new housing.
MRS ELSIE R. FULLER, As-
sistant Dean of Women, expects to
assign to the new dormitory any
women who may at that time be
in Victor Vaughan House, Couz-
erns Hall or Willow Run.
"We have been transferring
women from temporary quarters
in residence halls and the
League to vacancies due to with-
drawals," Dean Bromage said.

When a woman not already
registeredahere is admitted for
spring term, she receives a letter
stating that she will receive fur-
ther information on housing after
the application date in announced
in December. Thus, no off-cam-
pus applications are being filed at
present.
Regarding any population
change which might affect the
housing situation for women, Dean
Bromage concluded, "There is no
indication of a decline in the num-
ber of women students wishing to
attend the University."
Dames Grou p
To Hear Talk
The interior decorating group of
the Michigan Dames will meet at
8 p.m. today in the Hussey Room
of the League.
Prof. G. B. Brigham will speak
to the group on "New Ideas in
House Design." Chairman of the
group is Mrs. George Leuther,t
2-6987.
The drama group will meet at
8 p.m. Thursday at the home of
Mrs. Jonas Kristinsson, 1032
Vaughan.
Discussion will center around a
play to be presented by the group
next spring. Mrs. Laverne Pitcher
and Mrs. Chas. Orwick will be co-
hostesses, while Mrs. Gordon Kies-
ter will conduct the meeting.

Panhel Plans
Introduction
Of Transfers
"Transfer Week," Panhellenic-
sponsored welcoming period for
sorority transfers, will continue
through Monday.
Every transfer is urged to call
her house and introduce herself,
according to Mary Stierer, presi-
dent of Panhellenic.
Every effort has been made to
find out who the transfers are,
),ut there are no files available
which will give this information.
The only way the sororities can
contact transfers is by the trans-
fers themselves calling their ownE
houses.
Through the houses, transfers
will be able to participate in so-
cial events such as exchange din-
ners, parties, and teas. They may
also sign up to play on sport's
teams which are sponsored by
each house.
The houses which will partici-
pate in "Transfer Week" are Al-
pha Chi Omega, 3718; Alpha
Delta Pi, 2-2539; Alpha Epsilon
Phi, 2-3119; Alpha Gamma Delta,
2-4547; Alpha Omicron Pi, 7993;
Alpha Phi, 4089.
The list continues with Alpha
Xi Delta, 2-5579; Chi Omega, 2-
3159; Delta Delta Delta, 2-3203;
Delta Gamma, 2-2543; Delta Zeta.
2-6723; Gamma Phi Beta, 2-2569;
Kappa Alpha Theta, 2-2547; Kap-
pa Delta, 2-5631.
Also included are Kappa Kappa
Gamma, 2-5618; Pi Beta Phi, 2-
4514; Sigma Delta Tau, 2-5587;
Zeta Tau Alpha, 3018.

Modern Science Helps Restore
Last Year's Mouton Lamb Coat
By BARBARA SMITH more like the shaggy hide oft
If it's the new look that makes innocent lamb who origin
coeds breathless in an effort to owned it.
keep pace with the latest styles,
mouton lamb owners will be happy Until now there has been n
to know that last year's furs also solution for the owner's dilemm
can acquire the new look. Ordinary cleaning processesd
The mouton coat need no longer not restore the original gla
be the one archaic blotch in an of mouton, despite the shee
otherwise up-to-the-minute ward- they give to other furs. How
robe. Modern science has come to ever, after seven years of r
the rescue with a process that will search, Walter Klein, headt
rejuvenate the weather-beaten fur, the Kleinzway -wholesale f
giving it a brand new appearance. servicing house in Chicago, h
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pensive, and when new can easily Now mouton can mock thee
be mistaken- for beaver. But after ments and at the end of a lo
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typical Ann Arbor season, it looks look at the local furriers.
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Women's athletic activity will
continue this week with the vol-
leyball tournament and the regu-
larly scheduled meetings of sports
clubs.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m. -
Kappa Kappa Gamma I vs. Pi
Beta Phi IV; Stockwell XI vs. Jor-
don VI.
Wednesday at 7:15 p.m.-Bar-
bour I vs. Kappa Delta I; Zeta Tau
Alpha I vs. Zone II, tm. 2 (James
and Starring Houses).
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha
Omicron Pi III vs. Stockwell XIV;
Alpha Omicron Pi I vs. Kappa
Kappa Gamma IV.
Thursday at 7:15 p.m.-Gamma
Phi Beta I vs. Stockwell XVII.
Thursday at 8 p.m.-Gamma
Phi Beta III vs. Gamma Phi Beta
II.
BOWLING CLUB-The organi-
zational meeting will take place at
5 p.m. Wednesday in the W.A.B.

Modern Dance Club-Beginners,
men and women, will meet from 7
to 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Bar-
bour Gymnasium dance studio;
Intermediates will meet from 8 to
9 p.m. in the same place.
ATHLETIC MANAGERS of so-
rorities, dormitories and league
houses will meet at 5 p.m. tomor-
row in the WAB for the monthly
intermural managers' meeting.
Managers unable to attend
should send a representative, ac-
cording to Margaret Frostic, WAA
intermural manager.,
Coed Calendar
The singing chorus of Soph
Cabaret will rehearse at 5 p.m.
today in the League. Coeds should
bring their eligibility cards.
There will be a meeting of the
makeup committee at 5 p.m. to-
morrow in the League.

Anniversary
Of Sorority
Chapter Held
Alumnae of Alpha Chi Omega
arrived in Ann Arbor Saturday to
join their sisters in celebrating theI
50th anniversary of their chapterl
founding.
After a brief business meeting,
active members honored the vis-
itors at a buffet luncheon com-
plete with after-dinner shits.
Highlight of the day's program
was a banquet at the Michigan
League featuring Mrs. Murry
Goodrich of Toledo as guest
speaker.
Mrs. Russell Mclean of Wash-
ington, D.C. acted as toastmistress,
and Mrs. Leonard Miller of Ann
Arbor spoke on the founding of
the Theta chapter.
To conclude the anniversary
celebration, actives and alumnae
gave a joint presentation of fash-
ion styles during the past fifty
years.

Dance Tickets
Tickets for the annual Home-
coming dance to be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday at the
Intramural Building will be
limited. According to JTohn
Baum, publicity chairman,
ticket sales will continue until
they indicate a comfortable
dancing capacity.
Ticket booths will be open
from 9 a.m., to noon and from
1 to 4 p.m. every day in Uni-
versity Hall, and from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Wednesday in the Un-
ion.

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