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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Homecoming
HitsMichigan
Display Prizes To Be
Awarded Winners
Prize-winning displays will be
awarded tonight at the homecom-
ing dance, to be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. in the Intramural Build-
ing.
Sometime during the dance, the
first place winner will receive a
two foot high cup which passes
from year to year to the first win-
ner. They will also receive an en-
graved plaque which they may
keep.
SECOND AND third place win-
news will receive smaller cups
which do not rotate, and honor-
able mention prizes will also be.
awarded.
In honor of today's activities,
the I-M Building will be deco-
rated to represent homecoming
in Ann Arbor.
Enlarged cartoons of house dis-
plays, plus goal posts, school ban-
ners and cutouts of football and
band players will line the walls of
the ballroom. Streamers of Michi-
gan's maize and blue colors will
float to the floor from a crystal
chandelier, suspended in the cen-
ter of the room.
THIS EVENING, several of the
winningrhouse displays willdbe
transported to the I-M Building
to add to the decorations.
Music of Nick Stuart and his
orchestra will highlight the eve-
ning. Known as "The Man with
the Band From Movieland,"
Stuart is featured playing his
favorite irnstrument, the saxo-
phone; and stars Loraine Daly,
Bud Tomaso and Don Dalen as
vocalists.
Former star of more than thir-
ty movies, Stuart abandoned a
career in Hollywood to form his
own band. Already well-known
in the West and in Chicago where
he has played frequently, Stuart's
present ambition is to take his
band to Europe to play for the no-
tables he met during his screen
career.i
Among the list of patrons for
the dance are President and Mrs.
A. G. Ruthven, Governor and Mrs.
G. M. Williams, Dean and Mrs. E.
A. Walter, Professor and Mrs. W.
Bromage and Mr. and Mrs. B.
Oosterbaan.
Tickets will be on sale on the
diag and in the Administration,
building lobby until noon today..

Barbour Opens
Rhythm Classes
For Children
Beginning this Saturday the
Women's Physical Education De-
partment will hold play and
rhythm classes for children from
the ages of six to eleven.
Registration will begin at 8:30
Saturday in Barbour Gymnasium.
There will be a service charge of
fifty cents for the eight Saturday
classes.
From 9 to 9:30 a.m. children
from six to eight will be instructed
in games, while those from nine
to eleven will be taught rhythms.
These activities will be alternated
for the two groups from 9:30 to 10
a.m.
For information call Barbour
Gymnasium, 3-1511, extension 391.
AdulIt ClIasses,
MoviesStart
Adult education classes will be-
gin the first week in November.
There will be classes in wood-
work, photography, home sewing,
child mental health, home nurs-
ing, astronomy and several recre-
ation courses. The fee is three dol-
lars for one twelve weeks course.
Registration will continue
through the last half of October.
For information contact Bill Don-
nally, director of recreation and
adult education.
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FOOTBALL movies will be
shown at 6:45 p.m. every Sunday
in the auditorium of West Lodge.

-Daily-Herb Harrington
FORTNITE WINNERS-Pictured above is a scene from Mosher Hall's award-winning Assembly
Fortnite skit. The dramtization was a take-off oa the tamed departure from the Garden of Eden
plus a touch of Michigan spirit. The producti m was titled "Heaven is to Hell as Michigan is to
Minnesota" and was directed by Mickie Sager.
FadihDiets .Do Not Solve Weight Problems;
Eating Tasty, Well-Balanced Meals Is Solution

Losing weight and cultivating
a good figure are seldom the re-,
sults of faddish diets.
This will undoubtedly sound
strange to most women, for it is
the widely held contention that a
strict diet of a few weeks is suf-
ficient for losing weight. This is,
is part, true, but it is not just a
matter of losing,weight, but also of
not gaining it back.
If a person really wants to lose
weight and retain a good figure,
she must, first of all, rid her mind
of the fads and fallacies of mod-
ern dieting. She must learn to
know the foods which cause her to
gain weight and must avoid them.
*~ * *
IT INVOLVES more than losing
a few pounds for a few weeks. It
is, in a sense, a lifetime project.
A woman must discipline her mind
to the fact that she cannot eat
certain foods, and from then on it

should be easy, for once the mind
is made up, the body responds.
There is no hardship involved.
It does not mean that one must
follow a. strict diet for the rest
of her life, but, it does mean
that she must continually steer
away from the foods which tend
to make her gain weight, substi-
tuting them with tasty, but less
fattening foods, and maintain-
ing a balanced diet.
It will mean learning new ways.
and habits of eating. One must
learn how foods are made up, and
in what proportions they contain
carbohydrates, proteins and fats.
Foods containing less than twenty
per cent sugar or starch are rec-
ommended for all diets. Those
which contain a larger amount
are not, for when these foods have
been digested, the sugar and
starch will be stored in the body as
excess weight.

FOR THIS REASON sweets,
sweet desserts, pastries, fried
foods, gravies, butter and other
rich or greasy foods should be
avoided.
Proteins, on the other hand,
form the basic part of a diet.
Meats, cottage cheese, eggs, fish
and cereals are all foods with
high protein content.
For example a twelve ounce
malted milk contains only four-
teen per cent protein, but twenty!
per cent fat and seventy per centj
carbohydrate. Foods of this type
should be avoided.

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WAA Notices~
The volleyball tournament will
continue next week with the fol-
lowing games being played:
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Hinsdale
II vs. Jordan I; Stockwell I vs.
Delta Gamma I.
Monday at 7:15 p.m.-Barbour
IIIvs. Newberry I; Stockwell IV vs.
Alpha Xi Delta II.
Monday at 8:00 p.m. - Jordan
IV vs. Stockwell VII
* * *
Tuesday at 5 p.m.-Delta Delta
Delta II vs. Barbour I; Alpha Phi
II vs. Stockwell VII.
Tuesday at 7:15 p.m. - Angel
House vs. Stockwell VIII; Alpha
Delta Pi II vs. Newberry II.
Tuesday at 8:00 p.m.-Zone II-
Team I vs. Alpha Chi Omega II;
Alpha Omicron Pi I vs. Stockwell
X.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Kappa
Delta vs. Stockwell XI; Mosher II
vs. Cheever.
Wednesday at 7:15 p.m.- Chi
Omega I vs. Stockwell XIV;
Kappa Kappa Gamma I vs. Stock-
well XV.~
Wednesday at 8 p.m.-None.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Delta
Delta Delta III vs.' Stockwell
XVII;*Kappa Kappa Gamma IV
vs. Delta Zeta.
Thursday at 7:15 p.m.-Lester
House vs. Stockwell XIX; Jordan
VI vs. Collegiate Sorosis III.
Thursday at 8 p.m.-Kappa Al-
pha Theta I vs. Martha Cook II;
Henderson House vs. Kappa Alpha
Theta II.
Paul Bunyan Dance
Committee Heads
Have Been Chosen
Committee chairmen for the an-
nual all-campus Paul Bunyan
"Formal" to be held Saturday,
Dec. 3, have been announced by
Paul Frankenstein, president of
the Forestry Club.
Ray Kelly will serve as chair-
man of the jean-clad dance with
Ray Sarles, vice-chairman; Dave
Olson, consessions; Stan Spaeth,
program; Dick McArdle, publicity;
Tom Greathouse, tickets; Dick
Guth, decorations, and Bob Wiser,
refreshments.

League C
Notes
Merit-tutorial-Tutors in bio-
chemistry, comparative anatomy,
all of the languages, geography
and advanced zoology courses are
needed by the merit-tutorial com-
mittee of the League.
If the subject is the tutor's ma-
jor, a "B" average is required, oth-
erwise an "A" standing is neces-
sary. Both men and women are
asked to apply.
A fee of 75 cents an hour, to be
paid by the student to the tutor,
has been established by the
League.
Applications may be made from
1 to 5 p.m. every, afternoon in the
Merit-Tutorial Office, located be-
hind the main desk in the lobby
of the League. They may also be
placed in Pat Lewis' box in the
League Undergraduate Office.
JGP-The League interviewing
council has announced that Bar-
bara Traub and Lois Seiber will
share the position of composer-ar-
ranger for JGP music.
Dance Classes - The appoint-
ment of Patricia Adams for sopho-
more dance class captain has also
been announced.
Late Permission
Because of the Homecoming
Dance tonight, all woman stu-
dents have 1:30 permission, re-
gardless of whether they attend
the dance.
This is in accordance with
the change just made in House
Rules to the effect that there
will be campus-wide late per-
mission on the nights of 1 a.m.
special permission dances.
Calling hours, however, are
not extended beyond the pres-
ent 12:25 a.m. closing time.
Dances not approved by the
Student Affairs Cimmittee for
1 a.m. permission will still close
at midnight.
Hillel Writers
Plan Meeting
Prospective staff members for
the Hillel News will hold an or-
ganizational meeting at 4:15 p.m.
Monday at the Foundation.
Writers and managers for both
the editorial staff and the business
staff will be recruited at the meet-
ing.
The newspaper is published ap-
proximately once -every six weeks
during each semester and is sent
to members of Hillel free of
charge. It keeps Hillelites in touch
with their organization by report-
ing on current activities and proj-
ects.
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