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September 29, 1949 - Image 5

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£4im, fissembly
'ToPresent fl-Hop
- -Proceeds from Dance To Be Donated
To University, Fresh AirCamp Fund
AIM and Assembly will sponsor Also on the committee are Jo
the first all-campus whirl on Wilson, Rose Poteava, Betsy Vi-
Michigan's fall social calendar nieratos, Harriet Gale, Marvin
when they present the A-Hop railer, Mary Jane Inman and
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Saturday, Marilyn Eisenbach.
Oct. 8, ifi the IM Building. Funds from last year's dance
Couples attending the informal were used to aid in winterizing the
dance will not only be lending fi-
nancial support to the University Tickets for the fourth annual
. Fresh Air Camp, but will be treat- A-Hop will be on sale from 1
ed to an evening of dancing to the to 5 p.m. today and tomorrow
music of Bob Strong and his in the League and the Union.
band. Tickets will also be sold on Sat-
This fourth annual A-Hop, urday morning. Sales will con-
which will follow the Army foot- tinue from 9 a.mx. to 5 p.m.
ball game, will again combine the throughout next week.
efforts of the men's and women's
independent organizations. Before Fresh Air Camp so that Univer-
last year, the dance was sponsored sity students could use its facili-
solely by Assembly. ties for recreational purposes.

V joint presentation, the affair has
become strictly male-bid.
Representatives of AIM and As-
sembly who are serving as mem-
bers of the combined committee
are: Priscilla Woodward. Walt
* Hansen, Jim Rice and Joe Stone.
T Engagements
* Gilman-Ely
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gilman of
'Tecumseh, Mich., have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Y" Marlou, to Roger Ely, son of Dr.
and Mrs. G. C. Ely of Montpelier,
Miss Gilman is. a senior in the
School of Dental Hygiene and a
member of Alpha Delta Pi sorori-
Mr. Ely is a senior pre-dental
Kadican-Gopig ian
'Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kadian of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Susan, to Archie Gopigian, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Haig Gopigian also
of Detroit.
-Miss Kadian is a senior in the
School of Education, while Mr.
Gopigian is a junior in the School
of Engineering at the UniversityI
of Detroit. t

Coeds Exhibit
Poor Posture,
Fallen Arches.
"Flat feet and bulging ankles
seem to be more numberous on
campus this year than ever be-
This was the statement of Dr.
Margaret Bell, chairman of Phys-
ical Education for Women.
Although in general the fresh-
man health examinations were
very satisfactory, Dr. Bell ex-
pressed a concern for 'the increas-
ing number of students who en-
ter' school with bad feet and poor
LOAfFERS and ballerina slip-
pers are especially bad for the
feet since they have no support
and allow the feet to slip and
Shoes of this type make for
weak feet in later life, and of-
ten women must spend large
sums of money on corrective
shoes in later life which could
have been saved if they .had
only worn shoes with support
while they were young.
THE POSTURE problem, ac-
cording to Dr. Bell, is niot quite
as serious. Students tend to stand
back on their heels, thus carrying
their weight too far back.

-Daily-Roger Reinke
COFFEE STOP-Maxine Pearson, Jack Hayward, Harriet Brown and John Baum stop between
classes for a cup of coffee in the former "Russi an Tea Room," now redecorated and converted into
"The Coffee Shop."
Two-Toned Walls, New Fixtures, QayDae
Combine To Brighten Atmosphere of League

The League cafeteria has
dropped the somber mask it has
worn for the past twenty years to'
be redecorated in bright and
cheerful colors.
Walls are now a vivid two-tone1
Kaye Show PublicityWomen
are needed to work on publicity
stunts, window displays, poster
distribution and general publicity
for the Panhel-sponsored. Danny
Kaye Comedy Revue to be held
Tuesday, October 18. Interested
coeds may call Jean Russ, 5718.
Art Display-Highlighting the
functions of various campus or-
ganizations, a pictorial display has
been set up on the second floor of
the League. The display is being
sponsored by the International
Center, Women's Glee Club, En-
sian and various League commit-

blue-green. The former wooden
tables and chairs, fixtures in the
cafeteria since 1929, have been re-
placed by crimson chairs and ta-
bles of grey.
To complete the facial uplift
gay rainbow drapes, guaranteed to
catch the eye of every passerby,
decorate the windows.
* * }Y
cafeteria a similar operation has
been performed on the former
Russian Tea Room. This room has
been remodeled in the same style
as the cafeteria and has been con-
verted into a coffee shop so that,

no hint of its former status re-
Imains. %
The coffee shop will be open
from 9 to 11 a.m. and from 1:15
to 5 p.m. In the event .of an
overflow, the cafeteria will be
available to coffee shop patrons
after 19:30 a.m.
The snack bar in the rear of the
cafeteria has also received its
share of refinishing.
ALTHOUGH THE new installa-
tions are modern and the decora-
tions emphatically bright, the re-
modelers have attempted to deco-
rate the inside of the building in
accord with the outer architecture.




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