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, MAY 25, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

1111:1 111 11IMP 11 11!

Assembly Names Positions
For Fortnite Presentation

Vocalist To Sing With Elliott

WOMEN RUN WILD:

The Assembly Association has
announced the names ofthose
coeds who will comprise the cen-
tral committee for next fall's Fort-
nite presentation.
Pat Patsloff has been chosen
general chairman for the program.
Other committee members in-
There will be a meeting of
the Fortnite central committee
at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the As-
sembly Office of the League.

Coed Physical Education Majors
Participale in Track, Field Events

lin Klafer, Newberry; publicity as-
sistants, Barbara Seymour, Mosh-
er, and Judy Laud, Martha Cook;
decorations chairman, Martha
Chandler, Martha Cook, and her
assistant, Jo Collins also of Cook.
Other newly chosen committee
members are: honors chairman,
Rosalie Sklar, Mosher; her assis-
tant, Ruth Cohen, Newberry; pro-
grams and patrons chairman,
Rosalyn Viedrah, New Women's
Dorm; and favors and judges
chairman, Rene Meyerson, Mar-
tha Cook.

elude: skits chairman,
Stephenson, Jordan; her
tant, Anabel Siegel, Yostl
house; publicity chairman,
qZ I

Jane
assis-
league
Mary-

Each
women
annual

year, the independent
on campus gather at the
presentation of Fortnite.

Palmer Field was yesterday the
scene of a track and field day for
all women majoring in physical
education.
Regularevents which constitute
male track meets, found their
counterpart in a completely fe-
male two hours of track and field
events.
* * *
COMPETITION centered around
freshman, sophomore; junior and
senior classes with approximately
40 coeds, both participating and
officiating.
The sophomore and junior
classes tied for first place on the
final score sheet with a total of
twenty-seven and one half
points.
Dcrothy Studley, '50, took the
ndividual award with a total of
fifteen points. She received a tin
drinking cup which is to be en-
;raved, and a maize and blue rib-
oon.
League Names
New Officers

TRAINING HAS been given to
the physical education majors in
track and field events for the past
eight weeks.
Yesterday's track meet was
held for the purpose of showing
the women how a meet is or-
ganized and conducted and to
provide an opportunity for all
the students to participate as a
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group, according to Miss Hart-
wig and Miss Gareis who in-
struct the course.
Sophomore women took the
greatest number of first places,
winning the 50 yd. low hurdles, the
class relay, the hop-step and jump,
the basketball throw and then ty-
ing with a senior on the 50 yd.
dash.

SPECIALS at the
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CLUB STEAK . . . . . . . .85c
served with golden french fries,
lettuce & tomato salad.
TELEVISION at the Den!
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BETH SKIDMORE
League Will Hold Summer Dances

BOAR LEATHER GOLD AND SILVER
CORDOVAN LEATHER LINK BANDS
KANGAROO LEATHER MESH BANDS
SNAKE LEATHER WOVEN BANDS
ALLIGATOR LEATHER SLIP OVER BANDS
CALF LEATHER EXPANSION BANDS
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PIG LEATHER SLIPOVER BANDS
WALRUS LEATHER NYLON BANDS
LIZARD LEATHER KOROSEAL BANDS
GOAT LEATHER
Narrow, Wide and Extra Long
KRIESLER - SPEIDEL - HADLEY - FORSTNER

The Michigan League

inter-I

Students attending summer ses-
sion will have an opportunity to
dance to the music of Del Elliott's
orchestra from 9 p.m. to midnight
every Friday and Saturday in the
League Ballroom.
The summer series of dances will
begin June 18 and continue
through July and August.
The orchestra features the sing-
ing of Beth Skidmore. Al Town-
C .1

send, trombonist, led the orchestra
when it played in the Blue Lan-
tern Ballroom at Island Lake.
John Murtaugh, who plays tenor
saxophone with Elliott's orchestra.
has several years of professional
background. He has appeared at
the Union and the League.
The summer dances will be in-
formal. Students may attend with
or without dates.

viewing committee announced yes-
terday that Helen Stribo of Mrs.
Lash's league house will be League
president for the summer session.
Other summer officers will be:
'hairman of Judiciary Council,
Nudrey Robinson of Delta Delta
Delta;, two Judiciary Council
members, Betty Kusisto of Adelia
Cheever House and Agnes Waddell
,f Alpha Gamma Delta; Ballroom
,hairman, Jo Collins of Martha
Cook;, Social Chairman, Barbara
Parker".of- Alpha Chi Omega.

Where
GOOD STUDENTS
Meet for
GOOD FOOD
Open Daily
7:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Closed Sundays

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for the next year
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GOLF CLUBS
2 woods, 8 matched irons and
putter, right handed. Will trade
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justments if necessary. See
Harry, clubhouse, University
Course.
STUDY TOURS

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DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
348 W. Engineering. Election of
officers and selection of an hon-
orary chairman. Movies on safgty
glass and future designs.
Michigan Union Opera: Script
writers, lyric writers, and music
writers interested in working on
the next Union Opera meet in the
Union, Rm. 3K, 7:30 p.m; -
Sigma Gamma Epsilon:; Final
meeting of the semester, 3056 NS,
12:15 p.m. Messrs. Brant, Elmer,
Gillespie, and Peterson will speak
on "The Geology of Southwestern
Montana."
Flying Club: Meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
1042 E. Engineering Bldg. Elec-
tion of officers.
Michigan Christian Fellowship:
Bible Study, Book of Acts, Chapter
14, 7:30 p.m., Upper Room, Lane
Hall.
Women of the University Facul-

ty meet for tea from 4 to 6 p.m.,
4th floor clubroom, League. Last
tea this semester.
Westminster Guild, First Pres-
byterian Church: Informal tea
and talk, 4 to 6 p.m., Russel Par-
lor, Church Building.
Roger Williams Guild: Weekly
"chat" and tea, Guild House, 4:30-
6 p ft.
Coming Events
School of Business Administra-
tion Graduating Seniors: The
Dean and Faculty of the
School of Business Administration
will receive the members of the
graduating class at a coffee hour,
9th floor, Thurs., May 26, 4
to 6 p.m. All students in the
School who are candidates for de-
grees at the June Commencement
are invited.
International Center weekly tea
for all foreign students and Ameri-
can friends, 4:30-6 p.m., Thurs.,
May 26, International Center.
Correction - Inter-American
Bar Association: Panel discussion,
"Legal Education in the Ameri-
cas." 2:30 p.m., Sat., May 28,
Rackham Amphitheatre (not the
Rackham Lecture Hall as previ-
ously announced).

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