t iiIUR~SDAY, SEPTENEBER 30, 194$~
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Panhellenic Association To Plan Paper;
Coeds Should Present Sample Writings
All affiliated women interested
in petitioning for positions on the
central committee of Panhellenic
Ball must have their petitions in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League by noon Monday, Oct. 4,
according to Mary Stierer, presi-
dent of Panhellenic.
The central committee for Pan-
hel Ball consists of the general
chairman, assistant chairman in
charge of finance, and decoration,
patron, refreshment, program,
publicity, and ticket chairmen.
Interested coeds may sign up
for interviews in the Undergradu-
ate Office. Interviews will be held
from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 4,
through Friday, Oct. 8.
PANHELLENIC Associationi is
beginning a completely new proj-
ect, a newspaper run for and by
The staff for the paper will
consist of an editor and four
literary staff members. Women
of any class may interview for
Petitions will not be necessary.
Interviews will be held from 3 to
5 p.m. Oct. 4 through Oct. 8.
Samples of writing should be
} Dance Tryouts-Room A
All sophomores who are
planning to tryout for dance
are asked to bring shorts.
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brought by all coeds interested in
the literary staff.
The newspaper will contain fea-
ture stories on each house, sorority
chatter and backstage bits from
JGP and Soph Cabaret. Further
information may be obtained from
Mary Stierer, 2-4514.
A dance and open house at 3
p.m. this afternoon will open Hil-
lel Foundation activities' for the
new school year.
The music will be provided by
records and it will provide a grand
opportunity for new students to
become acquainted and for old
students to make new friends.
Everyone is welcome.
A tea will be held in connection
with the open house. Since Hillel
Foundation has moved to a new
location, 2101 Hill Street, the af-
ternoon's party will give everyone
a chance to see the new house,
which is shared with the Beth
Israel Congregation of Ann Ar-
This open house is the begin-
ning of a number of similar af-
fairs which Hillel Foundation
plans for the coming year.
A sequin collared blouse in
white, pink or black rayon crepe
and' a beautifully fashioned skirt
in black, brown or dark grey rayon
crepe are suitable for many cam-
The WAA Tennis Club will meet
at 5 p.m. today at the WAB to
organize their fall season and lay-
out a plan for the limitation on
free playing membership.
Members will discuss a plan
whereby thirty members will have
playing privileges on the Palmer
-; r Field Courts. Manager, Barbara
* Reynolds, urges old members and
all those interested in the club to
'attend the meeting.
Instruction will be offered and
the club is open to players of all
degrees of experience.
Tentative fall plans include or-
ganized practice sessions and a
Tournament play will take place
in the Spring when the colub will
hold their annual invitational
tournament and all campus tour-
nament. Mixed double play will
also be sponsored by the organi-
EST FRIEND'-"Billy," a thor- zation. club offers an opportunity
eping Jerry Heaton home these for women interested in tennis to
n Detroit boy ran away for five learn the sport or improve their
bo," was killed by a car. game.
New Gadgets Catch Eye of Public
Blanks Due Friday
For Entrance in
All swimming blanks of those
intending to participate in the all-
house women's swimming meet to
be held Oct. 12 must be turned in
at Rm. 15, Barbour Gym by to-
morrow, according to Libby Rens-
ford, Michifish manager.
Contestants must list on their
entry blanks their class and the
events they wish to enter. No late
entries will be accepted and no
contestant may enter more than
three of the scheduled events..
The events will include: 25-yd
free style, 25-yd. breast stroke,
25-yd. back crawl, 50-yd. free
style, 50-yd. breast stroke, 50-yd.
back'crawl, and a free style relay
for all teams.
Divers will compete in the run-
ning front and back dives and one
Practices for the meet will be
from 9 to 10 a.m. Oct. 2 and 9 in
the Union pool.
Wyvern will meet at 5 p.m.
today in the "Cave" of the
League instead of yesterday as
was pieviously announced.
Mass Meeting Calls Coeds
Interested in Merit-Tutorial
A mass meeting for women in-
terested in working on the League
Merit-Tutorial Committee will be'
held 4 p.m. tomorrow in the Gar-
den Room of the League.
The committee functions as two
separate bodies. The Merit com-
mittee keeps on file an activity
card for every undergraduate
woman enrolled in the University.
These cards contain a picture
of the student and any extra-
curricular work she has done.
Also kept An file are personnel
cards handed in by committee
chairman with whom the coed
This information which the
Merit Committee compiles is of
permanent value as reference ma-
terial for recommendations. The
committee also has charge of the
eligibility of students participat-
ing in campus activities.
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THE TUTORIAL Committee is
in charge of the League tutorial
system which is established for
the benefit of students needinc
extra help with their studies.
Tutoring for freshmen will be-
gin after five weeks grades are
out and is now in progress for
upperclassmen and will continue
until two weeks before finals.
Men and women who would like
to tutor or be tutored should reg
ister in the Undergraduate Office
of the League by leaving their
name, address, phone number and
the courses they would like 'to re-
ceive aid in.
Tutors should have a high B
or better in the course they
want to teach. They will receive
75 cents an hour for their serv-
ices. Applicants will be contact-
ed by the committee promptly.
Women who are unable to at-
tend the scheduled meeting but
would like to serve on the com-
mittee should sign the list on the
bulletin board in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League. Coeds are
asked to bring their eligibility
cards to the meeting.
A movement back to short skirts
has begun in a small Australian
village, it is reported, where a se-
rious drought has stunted the
grass crop and women can hardly
make hemlines reach their knees.
GRIEVING BOY HAS NEW 'B]
oughbred Irish setter pup, is ke
days. The 11-year-old heartbroke
days after another dog pet, "Sam
To Ann- Arbor
Former Union bandleader Bill
Layton has returned to Ann Arbor}
and to the Union as Frank Tink-
er's male vocalist.
Layton, who left the University
more than a year ago, has occu-
pied a position teaching English in
Turkey since his departure.
Tinker and his band will ap-
pear regularly from 9 p.m. to
midnight at the Friday and Sat-
urday night dances in the Union
Ballroom. Layton will be featured
as vocalist and instrumentalist.
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Any moment women should be
expecting a complete machine to
do all make-up automatically
judging by the innovations made
in the field of cosmetics in the last
Two new products are on the
market to make lipstick stay'
where it should. One is an orange
base designed to make lipstick
stay in the proper lines. The other
C ARMAN'S S
is a liquid coating applied over
lipstick to keep it on.
A completely new line of cos-
metics designed for professional
models has brought several
changes in cosmetics. Liquid eye-
shadow is one of them.
One of the foremost cosmetic
houses is featuring a product ideal
for the college lassy. It is a key-
chain on which is suspended four
lipsticks and a metal mirror.
State Street just off North U.
Now ait the
Tigers vs. St. Louis
No Cover Charge
'first' for the
Boxing at 9:00 P.M.
1311 South U.
Across from Withams
"Just Good Food" at the Den
RCA Television Installation
by T V Studios
1317 South University
THE HANDY FAMILY HOME BARBER
IS GUARANTEED TO
HAIRCUT AT HOME
to men and boys,
r. .women and children
CALKINS-FIETCHER DRUG Co.
The Dependable Stores
324 SOUTH STATE STREET
CORNER SOUTH STATE AND PACKARD STREETS
NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED HURI
with detachable hoo
THE NEXT TIME Ann Arbor is blessed
3 one of its sudden and unexpected shower
You'll be glad you tucked your compact P
Raincoat away inside your handbag. Cuti
new longer, fuller style, it fits beautifully
suits or coats. Has a detachable hood, sep
belt, gripper snaps, raglan sleeves and a m
4 ' ing zippered carrying case. White, Gre