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League Committee Positions Offer Variety

'Jack in the Beanstalk' To Be
Theme of Union Formal Dec. 10

Juniors Can
Still Pay Dues

Social Chairman
Plans Coed Fun
It takes a party gal with a level
head to manage the League Social
committee.
"It's fun! says League Social
chairman, Bobby Jo Ream, who
seems to fulfill the above require-
ments. "The social committee is
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WINNERS!
(Continued)
Leo Calhoun
Bill Dibble
Walt Drummond
C. Emery
Bill Hickman
Dick Howell
David W. Leyshon
J.A. Lindquist
George Qua
W. Loveless
Bill McGovern
E. H. Norwood
Spencer W. Parsons
Phi Gamma Delta
L E. Post
Joel Rynning
Bill Schultz
Toni Tiernan
Neale Traves
Bob Wordle
Warren I. Young
You'll be glad
TO MO R R OW
-you smoked
PHILIP MORRIS
TODAYI

'Jlways seeking something new, ant
expressing their ideas with restric -
ions almost unlimited."
The goal toward which all her
activity is directed is making the
League the social center for wom-
en, and the duties to this effect
are too diverse to warrant group-
ing.
"YOU DON'T get time to be-
come bored with a job that calls
for running a freshman mixer,
giving bridge lessons, putting on
the League Council floorshow,
showing a movie on hairstyles,
shooing studying men out of the
Grand Rapids room or being host-
ass at a Ruthven Tea,"-declares
Miss Ream.;
Then there are the incidental
things like playing League Coun-
cil parties, working- on; ,.the
Leaguie Union Project, selling
Diags and introducing every
new woman student to President
and Mrs. Ruthven at the orien-
tation teas (and the two , men
who appeared at the teas this
year so that they, too, could meet
the -Ruthvens).
A good combination of humor
and level-headedness are neces-
sary to overcome the unusual and
unpredictable situations that
abound in her position.
"YOU NEVER know what's
next," sighs the social manager
when telling about the early Ruth-
ven Tea guest who appeared dur-
ng the President's lunch hour.
Plenty of fascinating work, but
never a grind is the word por-
trait of the position of Social
Chairman of the League, accord-
ng to the present chairman.

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Personnel Head
Recruits Ushers
Under the title of personnel
chairman comes a League job that
combines a cosmopolitan touch
with its routine duties.
A smatteringeof French, Span-
ish, German, Czechoslovakia, and
Italian with a little Hindustan
thrown in are a matter of course
D'ulr; ~ir- "ae9swe :e O
job is obtaining ushers for the Art
Cinema movies. -
"My major isn't languapnes, but
I'm going to graduate with quite
a linguistic repetoire," says Miss
Krasnick.
THE PERSONNEL chairman
just has to have everything un-
der control at all times for the un-
expected is always happening.
The phone rings at 4 p.m. and
150 girls are wanted by 6 p.m.
for emergency ushering for an-
other organization.
Another part of her job calls
for organizing the hospital volun-
teers, which are recruited through
the League. This is mainly a rou-
tine job, but provided an unusual
experience when the present chair-
man made the initial arrange-
ments for the volunteer work.
MISS KRASNICK became in-
volved in a blood test, X-ray and
partial medical check-up before
she managed to see the proper
University Hospital's officials.
Miss Krasnick is instituting the
recruiting of male ushers, so that
ushering will be a coed proposi-
tion.

THRUSH - Doris Day, radio
singer, dons bathing suit to
demonstrate that her figure is
pleasing as her voice.
Bridge Lessons
Will Not Be Given
The duplicate bridge lessons.
sponsored by the House Committee
of the Union and held at 7:30 p.m.
every Wednesday in the Union
Ballroom, will not be given to-
morrow because of the "Turkey
Trot," which is to be held in the
Ballroom.
The lessons will continue for the
remainder of the semester under
the supervision of Mrs. Bernard
Argus and are given in prepara-
tion for the Intercollegiate Dupli-
cate Bridge Tournament to be held
next spring.

Union members and their guests
will be honored at the traditional
Union Formal to be held from 9
13.m. to midnight Friday, Dec. 10,
in the Rainbow Room of the Un-
ion.
Zeta Phi Eta
Honors Coeds
Twenty-six coeds were honored
recently with invitations to mem-
bership in Zeta Phi Eta, national
speech arts fraternity.
Prospective pledges were select-
-d on basis of scholastic averages
in speech above the general av-
erage of the department, at least
average grades in other subjects
and the recommendation from
members of the speech depart-
ment faculty .
Women who received bids were
Marilyn Begole, Jean Blinn, Vir-
ginia Campbell, Barbara Oress,
Martha DeLano, Carolyn Dough-
erty, Paula Eisenstat, Bette Ellis,
Gail Huntington, Ann Husselman
and Veryle Kinsel.
Other prospective members are
Mary Kokales, Shirley Kallman,
Luana Kamp, Elaine Lew, Pat Mer-
rit, Jean Moore, Janice Olivier,
Beverly Olszynski, Margaret Pell,
Margaret Paton, Phyllis Pletcher,
Ann K. Rogers, Lois Steere, Mar-
ilyn Safir and Shirley Tucker.
Coed Club
The Physical Education Club{
will not hold an assembly meet-
ing today.

The dance is being presented by
the Union Executive Council. Dale
Coenen, co-chairman of the socia
committee is chairman.
Musk' for dancing will be pro-
vided by Frank Tinker and his
orchestra. Tinker, a senior in the
School of Dentistry, took over the
leadership of the band in the fall
of '47. He plays saxophone and
clarinet in addition to his duties
as band master.
Bill LAYTON, who plays
trumpet and also sings with the
orchestra, was the leader of the
organization in '46 and the first
part of '47. He left the orchestra
when he went to Turkey to teach
English. Layton is now teaching
here at the University.
De-corations for the form-al

will be on a "Jack in the Bean-
stalk" theme. The beanstaik'
will extend from the, first floor
,up to the ballroom. The door-
way will be transformed into the
entrance of a castle.
A large grotesque giant will be
placed over the banstand with his
arms and shoulders hanging loose-
ly down the side of the stand. His
eyes will light up to indicate his
merriment on such a gala occa-
sion.
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TICKET SALES for the dance
will begin Friday at the Union
desk. Tickets will also be distrib-
uted to all houses and dorms on
campus. In addition they can be
purchased from council members.
Corsages will be presented to
women.

The deadline for the collection
of junior dues has been extended
until Tuesday, Nov. 30.
Juniors who have not paid their
dues as yet may do so from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday in the lobby of
the League. Those members of the
finance committee who have not
turned in the money which they
have collected should turn it in
at that time, to Shirley Osgood,
chairman of the committee.
Transfers who are juniors or
who will be juniors next semester
are included in the dues drive .

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