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inter Carnival Committees
Mass Meetings for students interested in working on Winter Car-
nival will be held at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. today in Rm. 3S of the Michi-
The carnival is divided into nine separate committees under the
chairmenship of students representing the Union and League. Men and
women will be able to sign for any committee in which they are in-
STUDENTS WITH any previous experience in winter carnivals
are especially urged to attend the '-
Few Ti ckets Left
Fe ' T~ketForHeidt Show
A few choice seats are still avail- of
. fPrograms to be given by his
able for the Horace Heidt show to
be given at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in
Tickets now available at the
hill Auditorium box office, are
going rapidly, and sales indica-
tions show that lie idt's stars and
the local talent present at the
show will play before a packed
Heidt's one night stand in Ann
Arbor, sponsored by the men's
Glee Club, will be one of a series
Musical Knights in all the major
cities and campus towns in the
country. The purpose of the show
is not only amusement, but mainly
a search for untapped talent
among the youth.
Proceeds of the show will go
toward the Men's Glee Club award
fund, which is established to give
awards to men on campus out-
standing in activities to help with
their continuation in school.
Tentative plans for each com-
mittee have been made but any
new and different ideas will be
gladly received. In addition,
some of the committees have not
completed their plans, in hopes
that more suggestions can be
received from the new members.
Pat McKenna, Nancy Hess and
Dick Slocum are the general
chairmen of the carnival. The oth-
er members of the central commit-
tee are as follows: fee carving, Bob
Seeber, Pat Hannagan and Mary
Caroline Wright; Ice Show, Ann
Schoonmaker and Hal Sperlich;
skating party, Bobby Jo Ream and
The list continues with skiing
and tobogganing; Gwen Sperlich
and Dick Cossit; prizes, Ginny
Nicklas and John Schlee; pro-
grams, Nancy Musselman and
Jim Root; publicity, Nancy Culli-
gan, John Lindquist, Bob Bristor
and Marilyn Jones; dance, Jackie
Reid and Irv Barill; and finance,
Marge Zaller and Ned Stirton.
Michif ish Number Over Fifty
Coed Swimmers This Season
Masquerade of Heads To Feature
Prizes in Beaux Arts Bai Revival
Two original autographed litho-3
graphs will be the prizes for the
best masques at Masquerade of the
Heads, slated for tomorrow night
in the Union Ballroom.
The Masquerade, a revival of
Beaux Arts Ball, will be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m., with the music of
Frank Tinker and his orchestra.
ALTHOUGH A GREAT deal of
the originality and unusualness of
this dance will come from the
masques, which will extend from
the shoulders up, unique decora-
tions are planned.
In addition to the previously-
announced abstract mobile units
which will hang from the ceil-
ing, two pre-fabricated sculp-
tures will be set up.
According to publicity chairman
Jim Kirkemo, the entire project
has been built gradually with
more and more new ideas. "The
decorations are of a type which
have never been seen on campus
before," Kirkemo said, "and they
will probably never be seen again."
Tickets are still on sale in the
School of Music, College of Archi-
tecture and Design and in Tem-
porary Classroom Building for
members of the two schools, play
production, Gilbert and Sullivan
BEAUTIES ON BEACh-Three pretty manequins sun themselves
on beach at Perth, Australia. Left to right: June Mallett, Dawn
Fraser, and Nola Rose, "Miss Pacific 1948."
BE PREPARED SLOGAN:
Variety Is Spice of Position
Michifish, Michigan women
swimmers, number 53 this year se-
lected from tryouts, according to
Libby Rensford, club manager.
Among those who will be swim-
ming in Michifish activities are
Pat Adams, Priscilla Ball, Mar-
garet Blackford, Sally Brown,
Donna Cady, Anne Cotton, Er-
minie Crocket, Joan Daley, Diane
Danziger, Mildred Denecke, Janet
Dewey, Ann Dobbie, Mary Eger,
Nancy Fairman, Sally Fish and
Others will be Doris Gardiner,
Helen Gurdler, Jean Hall, Marian
Hammer, Laura Holthe, Mary
Louise Hook, Alice Houston, Mar-
jorie Ingram, Arlene Lange, An-
driana Londes, Betty Miller,
Gloria Miller, Sue Moedinger,
Barbara Molyneaux, Barbara Nel-
son and Virginia Nicklas.
Participating also will be Jeri
Mulson, Mona Pick, Lois Pitch-
ford, Myrna Reese, Betty Rich-
ards, Kathleen Rulst.
in Fashion Harmony
Colors. Here are nylon
molded . . . in exciting
new colors to coin ple-
inent all your clothes.
Whether you like them
sheer, sheerer or
sheerest, you'll look.
lovely right dlown to
your toes in our famous
A ILIENDA R
Editor's Note:-This article is the
third in a series of informative
sketches of positions on the League
Undergraduate Council which will
appear daily on the Women's Page.
Society, Ballet Club and Mod
RESERVATIONS MAY BE MADE
For 12:30 or 2:00 P.M,
ern By MARY ANN HARRIS
"Be prepared" may be a time
worn slogan but it is the essence
:1 of the job of vice-president of the
This is the opinion of the pres-
ent office-holder, Nancy Hess,
who is always one step behind.
League president, Pat McKenna in
controlling this vast organiza-
tion of Michigan women.
In urging junior women to file
senior petitions, which will be due
at 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 29, vice-
president Nancy Hess gives a pic-
ture of her job which is a far cry
from the "figure-head" position,
commonly taken by vice-presi-
KNOWLEDGE OF that "finger-
tip" control exercised by the presi-
dent and the operations of League
aid campus affairs is a necessity
but i is coupled with, a lesser
ainmount of everyday stresses and
strain of the presidency, according
to Miss Hess.
Keeping calm and collected
and ready to make quick, but
wise decisions, is the real task
of the vice-president who may
;jump into the middle of things
at a moment's notice, adds the
president's right-hand women.
"Variety is what makes the job
fun," says Miss Hess, "You never
know what's next." As the all-,
around official she may head a
formal dinner dance committee
or take over the president as rep-
resentative of Michigan women to
outsiders. H-r two specific duties
are involved with the League Li-
brary and the Fresh Air Camp.
EXPERIENCE IN working with
a group of leaders is an important
aspect of her position as vice-
president, adds Hiss Hess. "To lead
the leaders is an accomplishment,"
Both Miss McKenna. and Miss
Hess ask hopeful petitioners to
come to them. to find out what it
is really like to be behind the
president door in the Undergr.1
office; and to try the three con-
fortable chairs for size.
FOR THE CONNOISSEUR.. .
on all Casuals
A good time to pick up those extra dresses now-
before Thanksgiving - at 20'( OFF
Nev blouses arriving daily--
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and pastels in the dressy blouse
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There will be a mass meeting at
4 p.m. tomorrow at the League for1
all wome.x who are working on the
The exact meeting place will bei
posted on the I1eague bulletin
board. Virginia Nicklas, chair-
man of the committee has asked
all members to attend the meet-.
ing and to seid a representative if1
they are unable to cone.
A compulsory script meeting
for all members of the central
committee for JGP will be held
from 5:30 to 8 p.m. today in
the Kalamazco Room of the
Music school faculty members
The WAA women'is inermuraIl
basket ball tourinament will pluge
into tilii'i u ~l rounds nexI week.
Pract ie hours will be listed on
the Barbou gym blihi in board,
where manager may sigi for prac-
tices. This tune will be forfeited
if not enough practice interest is
Although each house may have
both a timer and scorer present
at games, who will both receive
participation credit, a team will
be allowed to play with only one
present. The extra officials will
serve to facilitate the complicated
officiating of the game.
Camp Counseiors (lub-There
will be a meeting at 7 p.m. today
in the correctives room of Bar-
Fencing Club - Old and new
members will meet at 5 p.m. today
in the WAB. Slacks, shirts and
tennis shoes will be worn. Mem-
bers should bring rental slips for
Basketball Club-The group is
still open for new members. All
members will meet at 4 p.m. Fri-
day in Barbour Gym, ready for
Golf Club-A lesson will be given
at 7 p.m. today in Waterman Gym.
Members are requested to bring a
bath mat or towel. Clubs may be
rented, but members who have
their own may bring them.
Crop and Saddle-There will be
a meeting at 2 p.m. tomorrow in
the WAB. All those interested in
joining are welcome to attend.
will be honored at the Student-
Faculty Hour to be held from 4
to 5 p.m. today in the Grand Rap-
ids Room of the League.
This week's social hour is the
fifth in a series of informal stu-
dent-faculty gatherings, sponsored
cooperatively by Assembly and
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