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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1950

F THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAG NFIV

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Tea: 4:30-6 p.m., Thurs.~ Jan. 19,

SWork, Activities Offer Proof
O WellRounded College Life'-.

J-H op Bandleaders

By MARGE REUBENE
For those who believe that a
woman can't work her way
through school and still have time
for extra-curricular activities,
Yvonne Fossenkemper, president
of Stockwell Hall, offers proof to
the contrary.
Miss Fossenkemper, who has
earned her entire school expenses
since her freshman year at the
University, believes firmly that
everyone should work for at least
part of their college career.
1 "I THINK it's a wonderful
idea," she says. "You meet in-
teresting people and it makes your
education much more valuable to
you.'
A conglomerate of jobs keeps
Miss Fossenkemper busy. This
year she is working in Stock-
wells cafeteria as head hostess,
a position which she also held
last year.
Her total of thirty hours spent
Ball Planners
Announced
Committee chairmen have been
announced for the annual Mili-
tary Ball to be held March 10 in
the Union Ballroom.
In charge of the dance are Paul
Anderson, chairman; Bob Isikson,
finance; Bob Linder, decorations;
Carl, Alchele and Ralph Schatz,
assistant decoration; Phil Smith,
tickets and Gorden Carpenter,
publicity.
The ball will be open to all
members of the ROTC units and
eserve and active officers.
Representatives of the Army,
Navy and Air ROTC Units will
act as advisors for- the dance.
They include Major W. F. John-
son, Lieutenant L. D. Patton and
Captain D. H. Merten.

at diferent jobs also includes oper-
ating the switchboard at the New
Women's Dormitory, and working
in the package room and behind
the desk at Stockwell Hall.
DURING former years she has
also done tutoring in French.
In addition to a full class
schedule, this active coed holds
the position of president of
Stockwell. No easy job, this
position consumes much of her
time.
She must preside over council
meeting every week and also at-
tend a weekly Assembly meeting.
THE PRESIDENT'S duties also
entail arranging and conducting
house meetings, directing and ad-
vising all committee chairmen,
working in conjunction with them,
and being present at all social
functions.
Not confining her activities
entirely to executive duties, Miss
Fossenkemper also finds time
to play for Stockwell's volley-
ball and basketball teams.

DUKE ELLINGTON LOUIS PRIMA
'~. i' * * *
-Ho pTicket Sales Continue;
Two Bands To Provide Music

Other interests include
swimming, and other
"There's always time for
she states.
* * *

tennis,
sports.
those,"

FOR SIX YEARS she has spent
her summer vacations working as
waitress and cashier at a Lake
Erie summer resort. "I enjoy it,"
she says. "There's time for swim-
ming and recreation as well as
work."
Miss Fossenkemper is major-
ing in French and is taking
Greek and Spanish in addition.
She has also talgen German.
In spite of all her activities
she has maintained a 3.2 grade
average for her entire college ca-
reer.
She plans to get her teachers
certificate and probably her mas-
ter's degree after graduating this
February.

J-Hop tickets will be available
for the last time from 9 to 4:40
p.m. today on open sale in the
Adniinistration Building, announ-
ced Ned Hess, chairman of the
1951 J-Hop committee.
Staringband leaders Duke Ell-
ington and Louis Prima, the year's
only strictly formal dance will in-
clude four and one-half hours of
continuous music with both bands
playing alternately each night of
the two night stand, Feb. 10 and
11.
* * *
THE '51 HOP, "Deep in the
Blues," will feature an underwater
theme, creating the impression
that dancers are down in the
depths. -
Fish will decorate the Intra-
mural Building which will be lit
with changing underwater hues
of syncro-lighting. The band-
stands will be sunken ships and
booths as well will be appropri-
ately decorated.
Tickets this year are being sold
for $6.60 a slash from the tradi-
tional $7.50. Free photos, a print
and negative, will be given to each
couple attending the dance, ac-
cording to Hess.
* * e
PROGRAMS AND favors will
be. given to all women attending,
but according to custom, no cor-
sages will be worn.
Late permission of 4 a.m. will
be extended to all women each
JGP Meeting
Junior women interested in
working on committees for
JGP will attend a mass meet-
ing at 4 p.m. today in the
League.
Coeds with speaking, mu-
sical and dance parts in the
play will convene in separate
mass meetings at 4 p.m. to-
day in the League.

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night by the Office of the Dean
of Women.
Post dance breakfasts will be
served in the Union Saturday and
in the League Friday.
Dancers can look forward this
year to at least four slow dances
out of every set of six due to con-
tract restrictions on the bands,
according to members of the cen-
tral committee.
Song Contest
Deadline Set
For Monday
Immortality is a possibility for
any energetic senior who com-
poses the winning Michigan
school song in the song contest
sponsored by the senior women.
Deadline for the contest is Mon-
day, Feb. 20. "The senior women
feel that there are not enough
original Michigan songs such as
'Varsity,' 'The Victors' and 'I
Want To Go Back To Michigan',"
said Mary Ann Harris, senior class
publicity chairman.
The song does not necessarily
have to be written by one per-
son. Several persons or a group of
seniors in one house may combine
their efforts, Miss Harris added.'
It must be written by a member of
the senior class, however, either
a man or a woman.
A box will be placed in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League
for entries.
Seniorwomen wil learn the
prize-winning song in their house
committees organized by the Sen-
ior Night central committee with
the co-operation of Assembly and
Panhellenic.
Formal presentation of the song
is slated for the annual Senior
Night, which will be held in the
latter part of March before the
first performance of Junior Girls'
Play.
Dames Groups
Meet This Week
The Michigan Dames Bridge
Group will hold their meeting at
8:00 p.m. tomorrow in the Hus-
sey room of the League.
The Interior Decorating Group
wil meet at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday
in thg lecture room of the Rack-
ham Building.
Miss Candace Clauser will speak
to the group on decorating tips.

Coeds Apply
For Course
In Recreation
Application blanks for the fif-
teenth annual course in recrea-
tional leadership are available in
Room 15, Barbour Gymnasium and
muct be returned by Jan. 28.
The non-credit course offered
by the Women's Physical Educa-
tion Department is open to upper-
classmen as well as freshmen and
sophomores. Freshmen may re-
ceive credit toward their physical
education requirements.
* * *
RUNNING FOR a full semester,
the course is limited to 60 women.
Applications are evaluated and
women accepted in the course are
notified. The class is slated to
meet from 3 to 5 p.m. every Fri-
day.
Designed as an introduction
to camp and playground work,
the course proposes to train stu-
dents for leadership in leisure
time activities.
Areas touched include: play-
ground and water games, nature
and star study, community sing-
ing, handicrafts, hobbies, photo-
graphy, outdoor recreation such
as hiking, outdoor cooking, story
telling, square dancing, social and
mixer-type dancing, first aid and
dramatics.
* * *
INSTRUCTORS FOR the class
are Miss Marie Hartwig and Miss
Mary Smelser. Miss Hartwig esti-
mated that approximately 700 wo-
men have been trained in the 15-
year span since the course began.
Upon the completion of five
requirements, women enrolled in
the class will receive a certifi-
cate of leadership.
The requirements are: demon-
stration of leadership qualities in
practical situations, active partici-
pation in a project group, com-
pletion of a workbook, attendance
at a house party and attendance
at all meetings of the class.
WAA Hockey Club
Will Hold Meeting
Members of the WAA Hockey
Club will meet at 5:15 p.m. to-
morow at the WAB to have their
picture taken for the Ensian.
Members who haven't paid their
dues may pay them at the meet-
ing.
Anyone who has questions con-
cerning the picture may call Gin-
ny Fowler, 2-3279.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
Contralto, in Mahler's "Kenderto-
tenlieder," and "Jeanne d'Arc au
Bucher"; also symphonic works.
Eugene Ormandy, Conductor.
Mail orders for Season Tickets
are being accepted and filed in
sequence. Remaining tickets in
Block A; Block B; Block C. Ad-
dress: Charles A. Sink, President,
University Musical Society, Burton
Tower.
Events Today
Wesley Foundation: 4-5:30 p.m.
Do-Drop-In for some tea and re-
laxation.
6 p.m. School for Christian Liv-
ing Pot Luck Supper.
7:15 p.m. Bible Study Group in
the Lounge.
10 p.m. Sigma Theta Epsilon
short meeting in the Guild Lounge.
TheyWomen of the University
Faculty will meet for tea from 4
to 6 p.m. Tea will be served in the
fourth floor clubroom of the Wo-
men's League.
U. of M. Rifle Club. Practice, 7
p.m., ROTC rifle range.
Michigan Arts Chorale. There
will be a regular rehearsal at 7
p.m., Rm. B, Haven Hall.
U. of M. Young Republicans
Club meets, 7:30 p.m., Union. No-
minating Committee will be ap-
pointed; discussion and final vote
on Club's platform of Party prin-
ciples; summary of Big Ten Con-
ference plans; Refreshments.
Canterbury Club: 7:30-10 p.m.,
Rev, and Mrs. Burt are at home,
702 Tappan, to all students.
U. of M. Theatre Guild: General
meeting, 7:30 p.m., League.
Bridge Tournament: The last,
of a series of six, bridge tourna-
ment will be held at 7:30 p.m. in
the Terrace Room, Michigan Un-
ion. This is the last session of the
current semester. Games will be
resumed Feb. 15.
ULLR Ski Club: Meeting 7:30
p.m., Union. Movies and final
plans for the Boyne trip between
terms. Cars are still needed for the

trip. Also anyone interested in
joining the ski team is invited.
The Undergraduate Psych Club
will meet at 8 p.m. in the League
to determine a contribution to the
Granich Memorial Fund.
A m e r i c a n Chemical Society
meeting, Rm. 1300, Chemistry
Bldg., 8:30 p.m. Lecturer: Dr. Har-
rison Brown, of the Institute of
Nuclear Study, Chicago, will speak
on the subject "The Neutron Pile
as a tool in quantitative analysis."
Coming Events
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Tea: 4:30-6 p.m., Thurs, Jan. 19
for all foreign students and An-
erican friends.
Sociedad Hispania: Will all
members please report for Ensian
photo on Thurs., Jan. 19, at 7:30
p.m., League. (Consult bulletin
board for room.)
Sigma Delta Pi (National Hon-
orary Fraternity of Hispanic Stu-
dies): Beta Omicron Chapter will
meet Fri., Jan. 20, 5:30 p.m., in the
Masonic Temple. All members and
initiates please be present. Guests
permissible for dinner at 6:45.

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ENTER DAY CLASSES ANY MONDAY
Night Classes any Tuesday
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a business course now.
Quality in from nine months to eighteen-months as a
stenographer, secretary, bookkeeper, junior accountant, or
assistant to executive. Our Placement Department has re-
ceived more calls than it could fill. Excellent starting salaries
and opportunities for advancement.
Write, phone, o rcall for 1950 bulletin. It explains how you
can save time and money in preparing for a business career,
how our placement service can help you.
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
William at State Phone 7831

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