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Senior Petitions Due
5 P.M. Tomorrow
Ticket Sales for Soph Cabaret
Open in League, Union, 'U' Hall
Points, points, who has the
points?, is the vital question of
every coed, and is of particular in-
terest to activity managers.
The gal who has. the "info" is
Virginia (Ginny) Ificklas, chair-
man of Merit-tutorial committee,
It is the job of this committee to
keep track of the extra-curricular
efforts of some 3,000 women.
Recording and filing the ac-
tivity credits for an increasing
number of "active" coeds is no
mean task. It is taken care of
by Miss Nicklas, her junior as-
sistants and her crew of 55, who
keep an up-to-date activity file
on every woman involved in ac-
With information collected
from committee manager's per-
sonnel reports and from house ac-
assembles individual, continuous
reports. These reports are avail-
able to interviewing committees
ind are the basis of yearly activi-
ty honors for houses and individ-
Miss Nicklas feels that her
job essentially calls for absolute
efficiency and a good sense of
order and office procedure.
However, all is not dry routine
in the mrit-tutorial office. Miss
Nicklas tells of the puzzled file
checker ,who questioned "Do
dates count as an activity for
five or ten points?"
Tutoring, Which often strays
far from the routine, is another
aspect of this position. Even with
a vast file of experienced tutors,
assistants are often floored with
requests for help in such courses
as Political Science 1002 or Ar-
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Sitting on 'judic" is more in-
teresting than attending classes
in the opinion of Pat Hannegan,
women's judiciary head.
Although a four-pointer, Miss
Hannegan finds her extra-curric-
ular activity so full of human in-
terest that it would be her pref-
erence for a full time job.
As the chairman of the most
important women's governing
body on campus, she listens to
the many sad and humorous
hardships of hundreds of erring
coeds. "I feel myself in the place
of each one of those before me,"
says Miss Hannegan, whose de-
cisions are so vital to the social
life of the guilty.
Few take the justice adminis-
tered by the women's judiciary
personally; most coeds realize that
decisions are interpretations of
the rules in the light of the pre-
Although the flat tire ex-
planation (which is the gospel
truth 99 per cent of the time)
still heads the list of excuses,
the uncommon situation is still
"It is amazing and interesting to
listen to the number of unprece-
dented, unlike situations that can
occur in complicated University
life to cause a coed to stray from
the rules," declares Miss Hanne-
She hopes that her committee,
in conjunction with the house
mothers, can attain their goal
by answering these situations
with fair judgements.
It is also amusing to note that
most violations occur in the
springtime. Fifty cases in the
merry month of May as compared
to five in dreary February is typi-
cal. A nice, warm residence hall
really looks more inviting on a
cold winter's*eve than on a soft
spring night. "That's understand-
able," agrees Miss Hannegan with
an "unjudge-like" twinkle in her
The "Judic" head is necessarily
in an important position as one
of three students on the University
Board of Student Conduct and as
a representative on the University
Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Hall
Sr. of Midland announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Jean,
to Clarence Frances Graser, son of
Ottomar S. Graser Sr. of Miami,
Miss Hall is a senior in the
school of business administration.
She is affiliated with Alpha Chi
Omega and Alpha Lambda Delta.
Mr. Graser graduated from the
College of Engineering last June.
He is a member of Alpha Sigma
Plans for a June wedding are
To Be Tonight
League Library Provides
Musical, Literary Fare
The second concert to be spon-
sored by the League Council this
week will be held at 7:15 p.m. to-
night in the library of the League.
All students are invited to at-
tend this affair which is one of a
series of weekly record concerts.
Tonight's program will include:
"Les Preludes" by Liszt, played
by the Concert Orchestra of Am-
sterdam with Mengelberg con-
"Symphony No. 9 in D Minor"
by Beethoven, a choral work pre-
sented by the Philadelphia Or-
chestra with Stowkowski conduct-
Usually the library's facilities
are open only to women, but men
are urged to come to these classi-
cal record concerts which are held
on Friday and Sunday of each
The League Library, besides pro-
viding fine musical entertain-
ment, has a first-rate study at-
mosphere. It is one of the most
impressive rooms in the League.
Its book-lined walls, carpeted
floors, picturesque fireplace and
soft armchairs are conducive to
a pleasurable mood of concentra-
The library's hours are 1 to 5:30
p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m. on weekdays.
Saturdays it is open from 1 to
5:30 p.m. and on Sundays from 2
to 5 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m. A librar-
ion is always nearby to aid peti-
tion writers and those searching
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Ticket sales for Soph Cabaret
will begin tomorrow at University
Hall, the Union and the League.
The booth in University Hall
will be open from 10 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Tickets will be sold at the
Union from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
at the League from 10 a.m. to 6
Representatives will also be
selling tickets in all women's
dormitories and sorority houses.
For the first time, tickets for the
Cabaret will be individual, not
one per couple.
There will be two floorshows
each night, and tickets will be
marked to distinguish between the
early and late floorshow. Purchas-
ers should be sure that the tickets
they buy are for the floorshow
they wish to attend.
"Don't Myth It!", this year's
sophomore production, will be
held Friday and Saturday, Dec.
10 and 11, in the League. Besides
the floorshow, there will be a
dance in the Ballroom featuring
Ted Smith and his orchestra,
special booths and refreshments.
The floorshow, "A Date With
Jupitor," will tell about a coed's
imaginay visit to the home of the
gods and goddesses, Mt. Olympus.
Susie, the coed, is trying to study
for her mythology test and baby-
sit at the same time.
Susie, outside the curtain,
will be played by Pauline Zim-
merman, Harriett Stober will be
the precocious baby. Beverly
Olszynski will portray Susie on
The floorshow will feature orig-
inal songs and dances written and
directed by sophomore women.
Final rehearsals are now being
Refreshments committee of
Soph Cabaret will meet at 5
p.m. tomorrow in the League.
Check Over This List -
Bath Towel Sets
Bath Mat Set
Colored Sheet Sets
Place Mat Sets
Shower and Window
STOP IN when you're going
through the Arcade and let
us help you do your Christ-
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evening wear. Black, brown
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Above: White Jacquard loomed
scarf; also in shades of blue, pink,
yellow, green, brown.
Volleyball teams will continue
playing this week according to the
schedule below, wihich includes
the quarters, semi-finals and final
game of the tournament.
Monday at 5:10 p.n.-Stevens
Cop-op vs, Kappa Kappa Gamma
II, Alpha Epsilon Phi vs. Stock-
well V; 7:15 p.m.---Gamna Phi
Beta I vS. Jordan IV, Mosher Ii
vs. Chi Omega 1; 8 p.m., Alpha
Omicron Pi II vs. Tri Delt I, Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma III vs. Kappa
Alpha Theta I.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha
Gamma Delta I vs. winner of Al-
pha Epsilon Phi vs. Stockwell V,
Stockwell VIII vs. Stockwell XV;
7:15 p.m.-Stockwell II vs. Zeta
Tau Alpha I, winner of Kappa
Kappa Gamma III vs. Kappa Alpha
Theta I vs. winner of Mosher II
vs. Chi Omega I.
on all Photo-Greeting
just what Santa wants you to put
in her stocking-gloves, handbags
and jewelry. The gifts of which
no woman can have too many. Men-
lay aside her gift today-while stocks
are complete-and there's no rush
at our accessory counters.
Soft suedes or fabrics, sturdy
pigskins and dressy capeskins
in black, brown, white or colors.
All lengths and sizes.
$2.00 to $8.95.
Calfskin and plastic shoulder
bags in black, brown or color
--so smart with tailored togs.
$7.95 to $14.95, plus tax.
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