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r~lVUSDAY,'-OCTORBER 20, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Mosher

HGII Residents Receive

Honors for

Fortnite Skit

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Scholarship, Activities Cups
Awarded To Four Houses

Stuart Band

To

Welcome

Weekend Clothing Problem
Solved by Versatile Dresses

Assembly played hostess to a
spirited capacity of independents
at its annual Fortnite celebration,
held last night in the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.
After a brief welcome from Jo
Wilson, the organization's presi-
dent, and an introduction of the
Assembly board, the triple-feature
program got underway.
* * *
FIRST OF THE evening's events
was the installation of house pres-
idents. Each of the newly-elected
officers was presented with a min-
ature gavel as a memento of the
ceremony.
During the recognition cere-
mony individuals and residences
with outstanding records in
scholarship and activities were
honored.
Fortnite general chairman, Pat
Patsloff, announced that two ad-
ditional gold cups were being
awarded this year. Two cups, one
for scholarship and one for activ-
ities were awarded to honored
houses with more than one-hun-
dred residents and two identical
cups for the honored houses with
less than one-hundred women.
MARTHA COOK was named the
winner of the scholarship cup
among the larger residences. Mary
Markley, last year the winner of
both cups, retained the scholar-
ship cup for the smaller dormi-
tories.
The activities cup for the
dormitories with over one-hun-
dred residents went to Helen
Newberry, while Henderson
House's activities participation
brought it the fourth cup.
Personal awards of Michigan
photograph albums were given to
the women in each class who had

records and had participated out-
standingly in extra-curricular ac-
tivities.
ies * * *
WOMEN WHO were honored
for high scholastic achievement
during the past year were: Con-
stance Newman, freshman, Betsy
Barbour; Ann Beck, sophomore'
Stevens House and Alethea Kueb-
ler, junior, Ann Arbor.
Activities awards were pre-
sented to:, Joan Giesow, fresh-
man, Helen Newberry; Marilyn
Klafer, sophomore, Helen New-
berry and Patricia Reid, junior,
Martha Cook.
Edward O. Groesbeck, Assistant
Registrar, presented the scholastic
honors. Activities honors wee
awarded by Mary C. Bromage, As-
sociate Dean of Women.
* * *
THE FINAL highlight of the
evening was the skit competition
in which 14 residences vied with
one another. According to the
judges, Marjorie Flint, League
president; Walt Hansen, AIM
president and Betty Jo Faulk,
Panhel president, Mosher Hall's
presentation took the prize.
A large, framed photograph of
a scene from their skit will be
presented to Mosher Hall resi-
dents as reward for their dra-
matic talent.
Coeds laughed heartily at the
antics of their housemothers when
the latter enacted their own orig-
inal production. A traditionalpart
of the Fortnite program, the skit
provided a full share of audience
enjoyment.
Scarecrows, corn husks, a blue
jeaned audience and a countrified
mistress of ceremonies in the per-
son of Mary Ann Kulas, furnished
the informal setting of Assembly's

Homecomers
Sponsored by the Student Leg-
islature and the Wolverine Club,
the 1949 homecoming dance will
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Sat-
urday, Oct. 22 in the Intramural
Building.
The informal dance, following
the Minnesota game, will feature
the music of Nick Stuart and his
band. Stuart, former movie star,
is now on a personal appearance
tour of the country. Before begin-
ning his present tour, Stuart and
his band provided dance music for
several prominent ballrooms in the
West. Following their perform-
ance at Ann Arbor, the band will
play in Detroit.
The twelve piece ensemble spe-
cializes in music on the sweet side
and tries to fulfill all audience re-
quests. Added entertainment will
be provided when the orchestra
presents their imitation of the Don
Cossack Chorus and popular radio
personalities.
Known as "The Man with the
Band From Movieland," Stuart
stars Loraine Daly, Bud Tomaso
and Don Dalen as vocalists. Stu-
art will be featured playing his fa-
vorite instrument, the saxophone.
Decorations will be done by a
prominent New York firm and will
follow an appropriate football
theme. Huge cartoons of home-
comingdisplays will line the wall
of the ballroom and several of the
winning homecoming displays will
be moved to the I-M building.
Proceeds from the dance will be
used to finance pep rallies, elec-
tions and other Student Legisla-
ture projects.

By BETTY MONCRIEFF 1
A common problem for the co-edr
who goes to an out-of-town foot-1
ball game, is how to dress for the
all-day date, which starts in the
early afternoon and ends with
dancing at night, especially when
she has limited space in her suit-,
case.
A dress with plain lines, bare
shoulders and jacket to match can
be very useful. With the buttoned-;
up jacket, it serves as a suit, which
can be worn for the afternoon
game. The jacket can be removed,
rhinestones or gold choker with
matching bracelet and ear rings
added, and she's all set for the
evening fun. Here she has elimi-
nated the necessity of packing an
extra dressy dress in her suit case.
To complete her outfit, she will
don a dressy but warm wool coat,
(or fur coat), with beret to match.
Her accessories, of contrasting
color, should include a small suede
handbag, suede pumps, and pig-
skin gloves.
To add a bit of color, she will se-
Orientation
Petitions Due
Petitions for fall orientation
group leaders are due at 5 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 31 in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League.
All women students who are eli-
gible may petition. Interested
coeds may obtain information on
writing petitions from the Inter-
viewing Council, from 2 to 5 p.m.,
Oct. 24 to Oct. 31.
Interviews for the prospective
group leaders will be held from 3
to 5 p.m., Nov. 1 to Nov. 11. When
handing in her petition, the inter-
viewee should sign for an inter-
view on the appointment list post-
ed on the Undergraduate Office
bulletin board.
Leaders participate in the fresh-
man and transfer orientation pro-
grams. They will return to Ann
Arbor a week before the official
term begins next fall. They will
be permitted to register early in
the week.
Both freshman and transfer
leaders are needed.

lect a bright scarf or big yellow
chrysanthemum for the collar of
her coat.
There are several basic colors
which can be used in this combi-
nation. A color suggestion is that
the dress be a royal blue corduroy;
velvet, or rayon, with gold but-
tons.
The coat and beret could be-a
bright red, or a warm tan, and the'
accessories navy.
Coed Calendar
Members of the Women's Physi-
cal Education Department will
hold play and rhythm classes for
children from the ages of six to
eleven, beginning this Saturday.
Registration will begin at 8:30
a.m. Saturday in Barbour Gymna-
sium. There will be a service
charge of fifty cents for the eight
Saturday meetings.
From 9 to 9:30 a.m. children
from six to eight years will be
taught games, while those from
nine to eleven will be instructed in
rhythms.1 These activities will be
alternated for the two groups from
9:30 to 10 a.m.
For information call 3-1511, ex-
tension 391.
DECORATIONS committee of
the Panhellenic Ball will meet at
4:30 p.m. today in the Garden
Room of the League.
All women interested in deco-
rating for the ball are asked to at-
tend, whether or not they were
present at the mass meeting held
yesterday.
* *~ *
THE YEARLY all-campus coed
swimming meet will be held from
7:30 until 10 p.m. today in the
Union Pool.
Those women who are entering
the meet are to be at the pool by 7
p.m., ready to swim. Those with-
out suits can rent them at the
Union.
* * *
ALL SOPHOMORE women who
have not been contacted for the
collection of class dues may pay
them any day this week in the
League Undergraduate Office.

League To Hold
Bridge Classes
Bridge enthusiasts and would-be
enthusiasts will have an oppor-
tunity to improve their game or to
learn to play, in the case of begin-
ners, at the series of bridge les-
sons to be sponsored by the League
Social Committee.
Two sets of classes will be con-
ducted, one for beginners and one
for intermediates. Mrs. Walter
McLean will instruct both groups.
Tickets for the lessons will be on
sale from 3 to 5 p.m. today in the
lobby of the League.
Beginners may attend classes
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Mondays,
beginning Oct. 24, or from 8:30 to
10 p.m. on Tuesdays.

Skaters To Launch Season
With Organization Meeting

In spite of the present state of
the coliseum, the coeducational
Ice Skating Club is holding its first
meeting of the year at 5 p.m. to-
day in Barbour Gymnasium.
This first meeting will be an or-
ganizational one. All students,
both men and women, who are in-
terested are invited by Carole
Somer, club manager, to attend.
Miss Somer, welcomes beginning
as well as advanced skaters. There
will be group instruction for all
who wish it as soon as the rink
opens.
Later in the year, individual in-
struction will be added for the
more advanced skaters.
Skating exhibitions will be given

by members of the club before the
hockey games again this year.
These exhibitions will include
group, solo and duet performances.
So that club members may be-
come acquainted with each other
outside of the ice arena, coffee
and doughnut parties will be held
throughout the season. Certain
days of the week will be set aside
for these parties, which will be-
held after afternoon skating.
It is still indefinite when the
coliseum will open. Miss Somer
guarantees, however, that once
the reconstruction has been com-
pleted, it will serve to keep the
"rain and snow from falling
through the roof onto the ice."

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$1.69
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