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TH~ Mi1CfIC A N _DAILY_ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _

Duties of Committee Chairman
For Soph Cabaret Announced

Few people, other than the gen-
eral chairman and central com-
mittee chairmen, realize all that
goes into the makeup of a Soph-
omore Cabaret.
Central committee members who
will be chosen from freshmen
handing in petitions March 11 are
the programs chairman, publicity
chairman, refreshments chair-
man, tickets chairman and her as-
sistant and the special booths
chairman.
The programs chairman should
be qualified to make up both the
cover and inside portions of the
programs, arrange for the print-
ing and seeing that ushers have
sufficient copies. Coeds petitioning
for this position need not be in
art school, but would be wise to
check up on prices beforehand.
With two assistants and mem-
bers of her committee, the dec-
orations chairman will plan and
Wire Archery
Meet Nears End
Women archers are entering the
final week in the Intercollegiate
Telegraphic Meet this week, giv-
ing coeds their last opportunity
to compete this term.
Shooting is , done from 4 to 6
p.m. Thursday and Friday and
from 10 to 12 noon on Saturday
at the WAB. Women participants
need only go and shoot in the
WAB and hand their scorecards
in to the matron.
Entry requirements and rules
for the tournament are posted on
the bulletin boards of Barbour
Gym and the WAB this week.
Anyone wishing further informa-
tion on the meet may call Bev-
erly Hawes, 2-5579.
Club participation among wom-
en enthusiasts will begin again
within a few weeks.

construct the whole decorative
theme of the second floor con-
course of the League.
S'rtJIENTS in architecture and
design could tie this in with their
academic interests and would be
able to submit to the interviewing
committee samples of their work,
ideas and sketches on paper.
All that the name implies will
be the duty of the hostess chair-
man who will be in charge of
providing hostesses for both
nights of Sophomore Cabaret
and helping to arrange mixers.
The publicity chairman with her
two assistants will organize the
entire campaign for Soph Cab
publicity and recruit members.
One assistant, preferably an art
school student, will be in charge
of posters, while the other assist-
ant will be in charge of skits and
like stunts.
SAMPLES CAN be submitted of
the work of persons petitioning for
publicity positions. Original ideas
on publicity are always welcomed
and it is essential that members
of this committee be familiar with
the campus regulations on pub-
licity.
It is also advantageous for
petitioners to be on the publica-
tions staff or to have some close
contact.
The refreshments chairman
will take care of planning, or-
dering, selling and getting host-
esses to serve the refreshments.
THE TICKETS CHAIRMAN and
her assistants will have printed
and distribute the tickets and plan
the selling campaign with the
publicity chairman.
The interviewing committee
will be interested in knowing
the plans of these women for
distributing the tickets, keeping

track of the money and time and
schodules of people who sell.
Miscellaneous functions on the
concourse will be attributed to the
special booths chairman who will
be free to have whatever booths
she wants.
Original ideas, old and new, and
ideas on how to carry out plans
will be looked for in this inter-
view as well as other office-seek-
ers.
Weekend Plans
To Be Made
By Freshmen
There will be a mass meeting
for all freshmen at 4:30 p.m.
Thursday in the League Ballroom
when plans will be discussed for
Frosh Weekend.
Frosh Weekend will be held
April 29 and 30 and May 1 rather
than April 28, 29, and 30 as was
previously announced.
THE PURPOSE of the project,
which may become a new campus
tradition if successful, is to ac-
quaint freshmen with League
functions and enjoy a weekend of
entertainment at the same time.
Information concerning peti-
tioning and interviewing will be
presented at the mass meeting
Thursday and Assembly and
Panhellenic Boards will give a
skit on the process of inter-
viewing. Miss Ethel A. McCor-
mick, Social Director of Women,
will also address the group. !
All freshmen, independent and
affiliated, will be welcome to takel
part in Frosh Weekend events
whichewill include two dances to
be held Friday and Saturday,
April 29 and 30 in the League and
a take-off on a style show which
will be presented Sunday, May 1.
Panhel To Meet
Panhellenic Association will
meet at 5 p.m. today in the
League.
Rushing statistics will be
discussed. All rushing chair-
men and regular delegates are
asked to be present, according
to Mary Stierer, president.

STORMY WEATHER
RainTogs Pr
By BARBARA MOLYNEAUX
Regardless of a few lingrin
snow flakes sprinkled over the
campus, Mother Nature is going
to plunge Ann Arbor into its usual
rainy spring any day o so
coeds, be prepared.
The biggest sensation of the
season is that someone has seen
fit to make raincoats more reas-
onable. They are not only five
to six dollars cheaper, but are
made with the kind of needlework
and detail that lends itself to
longer serviceability.
* * *
IN REPLY to the question,
"Have raincoat fabrics really im-
proved this season?" an adver-
tising manager of a local cloth-
ing store had this to say. "These
coats are so waterproof, that you
can go swimming in them and
still come out dry, except for the
holes where your feet and head
tick out."
This same man when inter-
viewed confided that the supply
of rubbers and boots is extreme-
ly large because the store has
been catering to customers that
ride in cars.
Consequently, the coeds on cam-
pus have been slushing through
puddles in unprotected shoes
which leads to wet feet and colds
and finally an eventual crowding
of health service. The oversupply
of food wear should be taken ad-
vantage of immediately.
IJEAD PROTECTION is of a
stylish variety this season. One
popular item is a triangle head
scarf which is colorful, inexpen-
sive and, of course, waterproof. It
can be purchased separate from
other rain gear for the many days
ahead that are just "dewy" and
require a shield for curly hair.
To fight the days of real rain
storms, it is advisable to own
your own umbrella and these
are avaIlable both for style
seekers and those that just need
an umbrella.
The latter group of buyers will
probably be most interested in the I
brightly colored, short plastic
handled umbrellas which have al-
ways been popular. Many of them

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Daily--Ohlinger
JUNIORS IN ACTION-Virginia Campbell, chairman of JGP,
maks a helpful suggestion to Kitty Campbell (left) and Eleanor
Littlefield ( right) as they work on a poster to publicize the tradi-
tional musical comedy produced annually by the junior women.
Stoles Offer Countless Ways
To Vary Women's Wardrobes

are of the folding type and there-
fore not a bother to handle in the
classroom.
* * *
THE STYLISH umbrellas are
those tall, tall things that have
been pictured in the fashion mag-
azines supporting those tall, tall
models. These are being carried
by many women on the sunniest
of days either for a weapon or
just for dressing as the young
women of fashion ought to dress.
Getting back to the most im-
portant part of your rain togs,
the coat, it is interesting to note
that the style is a comfortable,
yet pleasingly different one. A
new addition to the coat is a
detachable cape which falls over
the shoulders and hangs to
about the middle of the back,
Belts on many of the coats can
be worn inside or out so that the
entire waist is fitted or the belt
can be slipped beneath the coat
in back so that from the front the
coat looks fitted and yet the wear-
er has the freedom and style of a
full back.
"' * *
COLORS ARE decidedly bright
from head to toe. Rubbers can be
purchased in a hue that matches
JGP NOTES
Make-up committee will meet
from 5 to 6 p.m. today in Suites
1 and 2 in the League.
Speaking parts will rehearse to-
day from 5 to 6 p.m. in the Cave
and from 7 to 10 p.m. in the
Ann Arbor Room.
Chorus members will rehearse
today according to the following
schedule.
5 to 6 p.m. Group 1 in the Gar-
den Room.
5 to 6 p.m. Specialty III in the
Kalamazoo Room.
Dance (1.) will rehearse today
from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Re-
hearsal Room and from 7
to 10 p.m. in the AB Room.
Dance (2.) will rehearse from 7
to 10 p.m. today in the
Rehearsal Room.

or contrasts with the coat which
is usually a solid yet cheerful
color and any design is carried
out in a flowered or plaid um-
brella.
The most popular coat is satin
finished and many have taken
a liking to the rain hats or
"mad caps" that come as a
matching accessory with the
coat.
The transparent plastic rain
coat has been termed an "emer-
gency item," but should be con-
sidered as one of the most prac-
tical kinds of raincoat available.
They are displayed in local store
windows when a surprise rain hits
Ann Arbor and sell very quickly.
It has been found that buyers
usually term them a good looking
protection over their heavier coats
when it is cold and rainy outdoors
and still they are light enough
so as not to be cumbersome when
it gets to be warm and rainy.
Carpet Hat Show
A fashion show of hats made
from wool carpeting, created by
top-flight hat designers, was pre-
sented as a benefit for the New
York Heart Campaign by the Car-
pet Institute, Inc., in the Roof
Garden of the Hotel Pierre.
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By MARYLIN KLAFER

may be bought as a part of a

Nothing brighiensa tired look- voiplet- outfit. Others in plain
ing wardrobe as much as a new colors or basic patterns may be
accessory. bought separately and worn
One of the more recent addi- with any number of outfits in a
tions to women's attire is the wardrobe.
stole, the uses ,of which may be 'er.e is n set standard for the
countless, depending on the prop- deiesios of the stole, some
ertis of the stole itself and reaching 58 inches long by 29
ingenuity of its owner. inches in width. The bigger they
The accessory's basic function are, the more that (an be done
is the same as it was years back -th tI sn.
when it was first worn by priests
and bishops as a covering for thei

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neck and shoulders.
IN TIllS MANNER the stole can
be used strictly for decoration ort
more purposefully as a shawl to
keep out the cold--especially with
the new low-cut dresses. During
the spring and summer months
a stole is often preferred to wear-
ing a coat for it is less bulky and
therefore more comfortable. j

Stoles may be found in a mul-
titude of fabrics, colors, and
sizes. Some are designed to
match skirts and dresses and

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Burger .in the ase
35c
Made from freshly ground full flavored bf
with golden French fried Idaho po/aloes.
Your choice of relish, pickle or onion.
The WOLVERINE DEN

WOOL STOLES are particularly
versatile. They may be worn in the
winter as very attractive scarves
or as substitutes for the babushka.
Another clever use for a stole is as
weskit, which is made by drap-
nm the material equally around
the neck and cinching a belt
.round the stole at the waist.
With imagination and just
the right kind of stole premium
servie- bility can be obtained
from the accessory. There is no
limit to the things a stole can
be converted into.
Some mi hbl make excellent lap-
robes, ti: iuow rugs or table scarves.
In fa't, the material content is
- uficient in most stoles for the
adept at sewing to create such
vearables as straight skirt, a
b a ,or even a bathing suit.
The stole can serve in capacities
quite apart from fashion. It has
been used successfully as an item
of strategic social importance.
Women who have complained of
the futility of dropping a hand-
kerchief before a near-sighted vic-
tim have turned to dropping their
stoles. Results are most encour-
aging!
LXI Nature . .
CHICAGO-Nature is a remark-
able person; she made the grass-
hopper so it can jump more than
100 times its own length.

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