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November 21, 1948 - Image 5

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League Drives Chairman Runs
$8,000 Candy Booth Business



Elusive Slide Rule Spirited Away Again

EDITOR'S NOTE: This article is
one of a series of informative sketches
of positions on the League Under-
graduate Council which will appeal
daily on the Woman's Page.
Her business includes every-
thing from candybars to bobby
LeagueCouncil Drives chairman
Anne Schoonmaker, whose chief
job is supervision of the dorm
candy booths, runs an $8,000 gross
businiess whose sales include soup,
fruit juices, razor owaua, -,

;leenex, pins, potato chips, apples,
bobby pins, candy bars and nuts.
Under her control are the seven
orm candy booths and their
-esident managers. These booths
re run by the managers who order
he supplies and take care of the
iecessary clerks.
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IT IS HER job to handle the
ooks, check with the manager,
ho keep track of all the "two bit"
items sold in their stores. Accur-
,cy is all important in her po-


sition as general manager of this
The "drives" duties constitute
the other half of her position.
Organization is what counts in
this respect.
Seeing that every charity post
is covered every hour by a volun-
teer is her job.
THE DRIVE days are preceded
by an organization of volunteers
through the residence halls--and
if someone misses his post, the
Drives chairman takes care of it.
The Drives chairman, who is
responsible for three all-campus
drives, does not, however, carry
on alone. She is assisted by the
Student Legislature drives com-
Junior Dues
Drive Ends
Deadline for the collection of
junior class dues is tomorrow.
All those juniors who have not
paid their dues may do so from 5
to 6 p.m. in the lobby of the
League. Transfers who are jun-
iors, and second semester sopho-
mores who will be juniors next
semester are included in the dues
The money collected as junior
dues enables the junior class
women to produce their annual
project, the Junior Girl's Play.
Proceeds from the play are do-
nated to the University Fresh Air
Virginia Campbell, general
chairman of JGP, reports, "We
hope to have 100 per cent cooper-
ation in the drive for dues. These
funds are necessary for the pro-
duction JGP."
Michigan Dames
Michigan Dames have scheduled
a meeting of their Child Study
Group for 8 p.m. tomorrow at the
home of Mrs. Helen Ulmer, 1547
After the film "Life with Baby"
has been shown, Miss Ruth Car-
ney of the University Institute of
Nursing will lead a group discus-
sion. Members desiring transpor-
tation may call Mrs. Gilkenson,

'Hey, buddy! Got a slide rule?"
The Slide Rule Ball Coimittee
is attempting once again to lo-
cate its famous 8-foot slide rule,
which was stolen again last night.
The rule has been used tradi-
tionally to decorate the annual
Slide Rule Lall, but this Dec. 3, the
tradition may be broken.
EACH YEAR the lawyers and
assorted fraternities make 'an at-
tempt to capture this coveted
prize. Despite electronic devices
set up by the engineers, some in-
genious devil (s) has succeeded in
stealing the slide rule this year.

This slide rule was last pub-
licly displayed at the Indiana
game last Saturday, but soon
after was missed. It was found
later under a pile of habeas
corpi in the Law Quad parking
lot, with not a fudge factor miss-
Then and there the Slide Rule
Ball Committee gave it to the
Michigan Technic for safekeeping.
* * *
LAST NIGHT the ultimate- in
infamy was accomplished; a lone-
ly reciprocal scale lying on the
floor of the Technic office gave
mute testimony to the theft.

The loss was reported to The
Daily rather than to the police
with the hope that someone would
return it. A special detector is
being constructed now and the
committee is confident that the
slip-stick will sway majestically at
the coming Slide Rule Ball on Dec.
The children on the Christmas
list will be delighted with a small-
sized storybook plate, which is
made of glass with clamps for
cardboard nursery-rhyme pictures
to fit into the bottom of the plate.


DAY OF THANKS-With the onslaught of midsemesters almost at
an end, and Thanksgiving just around the corner, this unidentified
young man has evidently decided it's time to celebrate. Next
Thursday-even if it is only a one-day vacation-will be a day of
thanks without books for him..
Scholarship Information Given
At Office of Dean of Women

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Information regarding scholar-
arships, fellowships and resi-
dent interneships is available in
the Office of the Dean of Women's
waiting room.
While the University maintains
a scholarship office in Rm. 205
University Hall, the Dean's of-
fice has a book listing complete
data on grants and awards for
Origin of the scholarship, eli-
gibility requirements, procedure
and date of applications, number
awarded and the amount of money
are included in each listing. The
book also includes complete in-
formation on grants-in-aid.
Not only Michigan is included
in the listing. Scholarship op-
portunities for other schools such
as Universities of California and
Indiana have also been compiled.
Dormitory scholarships, one or
WAA Notices~
Houses may be asked to play at
other than preferences in order to
complete the tourney.
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Kappa
Alpha Theta I vs. Delta Gamma
III, Kappa Alpha Theta II vs. Tri
Delt I; 7:15 p.m.-Stockwell II vs.
Alpha Xi Delta II, Alpha Epsilon
Phi vs. Stockwell V; 8 p.m.- Bar-
bour I vs. Zeta Tau Alpha I, Mosh-
er II vs. Alpha Phi I.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m. Jordan III
vs. Alpha Gamma Delta I, Stock-
well VIII vs. Cheever; 7:15 p.m.
Stockwell VI vs. Jordan IV; 8:15
p.m.-Alpha Chi Omega I vs. Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma II, Barbour II
vs. Stockwell XVI.
Modern Dance Club will be held
7 p.m. tomorrow in the Fencing
Room of Barbour Gymnasium in-
stead of Wednesday as usual.
Tomorrow's previously sched-
uled rehearsal at 4:10 has been
For the family members or the
boy-friend who smoke, a small, sil-
ver cigarette box for either long or
regular - size cigarettes which
doubles as an ash-tray or candy
box, is a useful and attractive
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A compulsory script meeting for
all members of the central com-
mittee of JGP will be held from
5:30 to 8 p.m. tomorrow in the

Women students interested
working in private homes
Thanksgiving day are asked
get in touch with the Office of1
Dean of Women.

two sorority scholarships, and the
Ethel A. McCormick undergrad-
uate scholarship which is avail-
able through the Michigan League
are also described in the Dean's
Office book.
Women interested in checking
on this information will find the
book of scholarship information
on the waiting room table in the
Office of the Dean of Women.


Refreshment committee
Soph Cabaret will meet at 5
tomorrow in the League.
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