Y, "To 7l;. 1948
TH M"- ie --Wk 1' -A"IJa..S N
' '~AY ~ C 1~8~
Announce Five New League Appointments;
o Begin for Other Positions
New appointments for League
positions for this year have been
announced by Mary Carolyn
S Wright, chairman of the Inter-
The new floorshow chairman of
Casbah, the campus nightclub
sponsored by the League, is Lois
Steere. Joann Ellis has been ap-
pointed dance chairman of Soph
Cabaret. Her assistants will be
Karol Kerr and Catherine Clair-
mont. Martha Chandler will as-
;ist the costume chairman of
Several positions in the league
are still to be filled. They include
a senior position, chairman of
benefit drives. This job includes
Cheer Up Qloom
Four walls, a few bits of furni-
ture-a clean slate for a new year,
but what to do with it?
This problem is a perennial one
for returning students, one which
decreases with experience. For
women new on campus, however,
it's a different story altogether.
The first thing that pops into
a new habitant's mind probably
regards covering up the cold, bare
floors to prevent frozen toes on
frosty winter mornings. Most peo-
ple can't afford much in the way
of elaborate carpeting, but after a
color scheme has been approved
by the room-mates, throw-rugs
are available at reasonable prices.
* *' *
AN ALTERNATIVE, though it
takes time, is crocheting the rugs
from rags and old stockings.
Then there's the subject of
bedspreads and curtains. These
are matched if possible. Al-
though sets can be bought, it is
often more fun to figure out a
pattern. They must be cheer-
ful and inexpensive.
Paper curtains for temporary
room-mates are practical, since
they can be destroyed at the end
of the semester, collect less dust
than cloth and don't require much
membership on the League Coun-
cil. The drives chairman takes
charge of all drives sponsored by
the League. She also operates the
THERE ARE SEVERAL vacan-
cies to be filled by juniors. A lyric
chairman, a composer, and an ar-
ranger are needed for JGP.
Interviewing for positions will
begin next week. Petitions are
due at noon on Monday, Sep-
tember 27. Coeds planning to pe-
tition may sign up for inter-
views on the bulletin board
there. Interviewing will be from
3 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Sep-
y Four Walls
ANOTHER IDEA is to buy fig-
ured material-some has large
animals on it- and cut cut the
figures: These may be sewed on
plain cloth for curtains. Lamp
shades, bedspreads and waste-
baskets can all be covered in this
Pictures, of course, are an-
other problem. Soire houses
prohibit the use of nails for
picture-hanging 1I)r .ass. In
such cases, Student Loan prints
or pin-up boards can be hung
from the molding.
The pin-up boards are in a class
by. themselves. These indispensi-
bles of college life are obtainable
at book stores. They serve as a
general receptacle for programs,
favors, pictures and other keep-
sakes from the year's events.
They're especially convenient be-
cause most college dances fea -
Finally, pennants may help fil
the blank wall space. A handy
corner for class schedules is the
inside of closet doors. With a it-
tle ingenuity, a bare room can be
transformed quite easily and inex-
pensively into a personalized home
tember 29 and Friday, October
Women petitioning for the
openings must present eligibility
cards. These are now obtaintble
at the Office of Student Affairs in
University Hall. Students are re-
quested to bring transcripts of
their grades if possible.
Positions on JGP are open only
to juniors and drives chairman
only to seniors.
Fuither information concerning
interviewing may be obtained at
the Undergraduate Office in the
League or from Mary Carolyn
Wright, Interviewing Chairman,
"League Lowdown" and "They
Diag," League-sponsored publi-
cations, are now available in the
Undergraduate Office on the main
floor of the League.
The "Lowdown,-" published each
fall for the benefft of League
members and workers, contains
pictures of League Council mem-
bers, descriptions of their jobs and
committees, and a message from
Ethel A. McCormick, social direc-
tor of the League.
An outline of the League's con-
stitution has also been included
in the "Lowdown" as an aid to
women petitioning for positions.
Sections of the handbook are
devoted to Assembly Association,
organization f o x independent
women, andrPanhellenic, organi-
zation of sorority women, which!
include pictures of the various
women's residences and official'
boards of the two associations.
"The Diag," which is on sale
to all students for twenty-five
cents, contains many of the writ-
ten and unwritten laws in the
University's social code.
,ponsored by the Social Com-
mittee of the League, the pam-
phlet offers tips on dress at teas
and dances, study habits, campus
policy on corsage-giving and class-
Copies of "The Diag" were sold j
to freshmen and transfer women
and League Lowdown was dis-
tributed to them during Orienta-
- - - -
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wetmore
have announced the marriage of
their daughter, Jane Lorraine, to
Mr. Gordon Ray Lichtwardt.
Mrs. Lichtwardt was graduated
in June, 1948 from the architec-
ture school and was a member of
Scroll, Panehellenic Board, and
Delta Delta Delta. Mr. Lichtwardt
is attending Albion College.
The wedding took place Sep-
tember 3 in Ferndale.
H oI ks-Rowe
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holks of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Mar-
jorie, to Mr. Herbert V. Rowe, son
of Mr. and Mrs. George Rowe of
Miss Holks was graduated from
the University in June, 1948, and
was a member of Kappa Delta.
Mr. Rowe served three years in
the Air Corps.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Richard
Wilson of Brielle, N.J., have an-
nounced the marriage of theii
daughter, Nell Louise, to Mr. Rob-
ert Maturin Ballou of Chester
Mrs. Ballou attended nursing
school and was a member of Delta
Delta Delta sorority. Mr. Ballou
is a student in the forestry school
and a member of Delta Upsilon.
The wedding took place Sep-
tember 8 in Brielle.
Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Andrews of
St. Joseph have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Louise
Marie, to Mr. Franklin H. West-
ervelt, son of Dr. and Mrs. H. O.
Westervelt of Benton Harbor.
Mrs. Westervelt wasa student
in the music school. Mr. Wester-
velt is a student in the engineer-
The ceremony took place June
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesley Hay-
es of Cleveland have announced
the marriage of their daughter,
Patricia Jean, to Mr. James A.
O'Connor, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. O'Connor of Wenatchee,
Mrs. O'Connor was graduated
in June, 1947 and was vice presi-
dent of her class. She also was a
member of Scroll and Delta Delta
Mr. O'Connor was graduated
veini and Unqaujement6
(r v o e >o o o o e > e - o c O< -F Jo o o o
_.._.... .. .. -v .. .. .. i v ii ....r ai ....r r
from the law school in June, 1947
and was a member of Phi Delta
Phi and Barristers.
The ceremony took place Aug-
ust 14 in Euclid, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Grossman
of Louisville, Ky., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Rita, to Mr. William Glick, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Glick of
Miss Grossman is attending the
University and is a member of
Sigma Delta Tau. Mr. Glick is
a senior and a member of Pi
Stewa rd-McC loud
Mr. A. C. Steward of Dearborn
has announced the marriage of his
daughter, Elizabeth, to Mr. Willis
McCloud, also of Dearborn.
Mrs. McCloud majored in speech
correction and was graduated in
February, 1948. She was a memner
of Scroll, Zeta Phi Eta honorary
society, and Delta Delta Delta.
Mr. McCloud received his Mas-
ter's Degree in electrical engi-
neering in June, 1948.
The ceremony took place July
Michigan women will have the
chance to earn their national of-I
ficials' ratings in volleyball, bas-
ketball and softball under the'
auspices of the new Officials Club,
which will hold its first meeting
5 p.m. Thursday in Barbour Gym.
Headed by Jeri Mulson, the
club will be open to all coeds in-
terested in gaining a rating and
will provide instruction in the
rules and techniques of officiat-
Members will gain practice ex-
perience by officiating at the in-
tramural games and those who re-
ceive national ratings will be able
to accept paid positions as offi-
WHIRLEL - Ballet Dancer
Gloria Gilbert spins on slippers
with precision ball bearings set
in toe sockets.
Casbah Opening To Feature Starr Sextet
That popular Michigan music
maker, Art Starr, and his five
"quality" boys will provide their
smooth and danceable music for
the opening of the 1948-49 Cam-
pus Casbah from 9 to 12 p.m. Fri-
day and Saturday in the League
The Starr sextet, whose rhythm
.pelts danceability, is returning to
the Casbah, trailing a successful
engagement in the League ball-
room providing pleasure for sum-
mer Casbah goers. Informality
will be the theme, with accent on
The new Casbah maestro has a
music itinerary which includes en-
gagements before college crowds
at Yale, Bates, University of
Maine, Bradford _Junior College
and numerous other eastern
H P *h
HIS POPULARITY WITH his
Bowdoin College organization fin-
ally won him an engagement at
the Hotel Roosevelt in New York.
Versatile and appealing Renee
Peters makes the smooth vocal-
ist addition o the new Casbali
troupe. Not only does she add
the lyrics and provide the whis-
tie bait but she does a man
sized job of arranging antd han-
dling the ivorys.
For the jump-tempo lovers and
jazz fans, the "quality boys" will
also oblige. Ex-Bill Sawyer man,
Bill Ryburn, the arranger, is
equally competent on the hot
FACE LIFTING ON the Casbah
this year, under the new chair-
manship of Jackie Reid, will in-
clude removal of tables to give
greater space for dancing pleas-
ure and a new furniture arrange-
ment by the Grand Rapids room.
Let the NEWI LOOK
go to your head.. .
Come in - we give special attention to
haircuts and our permanents start at $7.50 '
Siaehler0 i dL auit Sop
601 E. LIBERTY PHONE 8878
For dancers preferring a more re-
laxing informality the music will
be transmitted to this room.
Another new arrangement for
the coming Casbah season will
be a hostess system. Each week-
end members of the ballroom
committee and League Council
will attend the dances and be
on hand to receive suggestions
and criticisms which may help
in promoting a bigger and bet-
ter Casbah season this year.
Hostesses this week will be
Jackie Reid, Eleanor Littlefield
and Mary Carolyn Wright on Fri-
day night and Jo Bell, Mary Ann
Harris and Barbara Jo Ream on
Tickets may be purchased prior
to the dance in the undergraduate
office of the League or at the door
and prices will remain at $1.50 per
Fill Village Dorm
The entire 72 rooms of Willow
Run Dormitory Number Eight for
women have been filled, according
to Mrs. Florence Rosenberg who
is returning for her third year as
director of the dormitory.
Mrs. Rosenberg will be assisted
by Mrs. Ula Crull
"T he 7 rauclier
Colorful back-to-school favorites
in smooth saddle leather,
handsomely crafted with carry-
all dimensions, and best
of all - pin-money priced.
"The Traveller" saddle-stitched
shoulder bag in natural, turf,
suntan, red or navy.
"The Clutch" zipper envelope
bac in natural, red, green,
turf or black.
'Y-Teen Clubs' Ask Volunteer Aid
There is an opportunity for
women students to do volunteer
work as leaders for the "Y-Teen
Clubs" of the YWCA.
Members of the clubs are twelve
to eighteen years old, with the
majority from the junior high
The job requires one and one-
half hours of work per week plus
additional time for occasional par-
ties. Each group plans their own
type of recreation and service
Any students interested in this
work are asked to contact Mrs.
Janet Boynton, 2-2581.
; . JULJEN DUVIVIER'S
A Tricolore Films Releos, e
Distributod by Film Righr. Inbrmaionol
the COLLINS SHOP welcomes you
As you begin a new year. . .
Collins starts a new decade
MID-N ITE SNACKS
"'ook for the Red Arrow"
for GOOD FOOD
FR I., SAT.
4A (45 V~ olo r '
No Fuss - - No Bother
Sell your old books thru the Daily
Classified section "Books for Sale"
Make your needs known in "Books Wanted"
EACH AD CAN INCLUDE:
Name of Book
For twenty years we've ' -
been welcoming Univer-
sity of Michigan stu-
dents back to school. For
twenty years we've been
acutely conscious of our
long tradition . . . a tra-
dition of fair principles, -
quality merchandise, un-
comparable service. We
hope to continue this tra-
dition. We invite you to
come in and insptect our-
Address or phone to contact
IPrice (if desired)
All this for 25c
Genuine Leather, Antique Brown
Arch Hugging for Perfect Fit
Old Town Trotters superb handsewn moccasins of soft, pliant
No phone calls 11