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October 16, 1950 - Image 5

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To Give Skjt
For TugWeek
Campus Life Satire
To Climax Activities
Of Week'sProgram
As a climax of Tug Week, the
annual war between freshmen and
sophomores, Soph Satire will be
presented at 8:30 p.m., Friday,
October 27 in Hill Auditorium. '
This year's Satire is a take-off
on campus life; including group
living, dating, and the achieve-
ment of scholastic perfection.
EVERY ASPECT of the play is
original. The script and the music
and lyrics for fourteen songs were
written by students.
Students are also directing
and producing the play.
This event is the only entirely
original campus production which
is presented by both men and wo-
SOPH SATIRE was first offered
to the students last year, when
"Beanie Bill" Gripman carried out
his idea for a week of "rah-rah'.'
between the freshmen and the
Tug Week was presented as a
way of instilling more school
spirit on the campus. After var-
Ious escapades designed to make
one or the other class victorious,
including a tug of war over the
Huron River, the sophomores
offer their interpretation of
campus life in the form of Soph
An all-campus affair, the pro-
duction will follow a pep rally
y fo the Minnesota game.
Members of the cast of the mu-
sical comedy are: Porter, Conwell
Carnington; Suzie, Betty Wiles;
Jack, Dave Callahan; Agnes, Ruth
Orr; Roger, Frank Poretta; Ham-
let, Dave Murray.

League Personnel Committee
Finds Positions for Volunteers

SELF-SUFFICIENCY PLUS-Slim skirt buttons, four tab pockets
and braid edged collar and cuffs are combined to produce this
self-sufficient sheer wool Pied Piper. This style lends itself ad-
mirably to most accessories and yet is chic without them.
WAAGolf Contest To Begin"

Members of the WAA Golf Club
will begin a medal play tourna-
ment on the University Golf
Course. All intermediate and ad-
vanced golfers will play 3 sets of
9 holes. The top six players will
have free green privileges for the
year at the course.
This tournament starts right
away. Score cards should be turn-
ed into Mrs. Violet Hanley at the
WAB or to Abby Funk.
As long as the nice weather per-

mits, meetings will be held at 5
p.m., on Tuesdays at the WAB.
Members are to bring any club
that gives special trouble and sev-
eral balls. Rainy weather meetings
will take place at 5:10 p.m. on
Tuesdays at the WAB. Practice
will be with woods.
Today's meeting will be at 5 p.-
m. Members will meet at the WAB
and will be transported from there
to the University Golf Course
where they will tour the new club
house and have coffee.

Personnel committee of the Lea-
gue is one of those unique organ-
izations whose job it is to recruit
volunteer workers for other groups
on campus.
The positions for which they
find members are short-term jobs,
such as hostesses for League and
Union open houses, tag day work-
ers, and student book exchange
THEIR BIGGEST job, accord-
ing to personnel committee head
Yvonne Johnson, is to enlist the
services of ushers for the Art
Cinema League productions at the
Alumni Feted
By Festivities,
Climaxing a hilarious and ex-
citing weekend-a weekend filled
with a pep rally, the football game
and numerous parties and open
houses-the Homecoming Dance
will be held from 9 to 1 a.m. Sat-
urday at the IM Building.
The dance is an annual, all cam-
pus event presented Saturday
night after the game to wind up
the activities of the weekend with
a big flourish.
* * *
features one of the name bands of
the country to play a'mid the gala
decorations which adorn the IM
Building. Versatile Claude Thorn-
hill and his orchestra will take the
musical spotlight this year.
This year will mark the fifty-
third Homecoming. The event
was inaugurated back in 1897
when alumni football players
came back to challenge the
members of the Varsity team.
Gradually the idea of honoring
the alumni grew into an annual
tradition until now Homecoming
weekend, with its big-time foot-
ball game, colorful decorations
and gala social events, lures thous-
ands to Ann Arbor each year.
* * *
ALUMNI COME from all over
the country to renew old friend-
ships and to make new acquaint-
ances at their alma mater. Num-
erous open houses are held to hon-
or the returning 'Michiganders'.
The idea of alum versus stu-
dent football teams is still car-
ried on in the games which are
played on homecoming weekend
between pasteand present fra-
ternity members.
Lending color to the campus this
weekend will be the Homecoming
displays which will decorate the
front yards and walls of some
ninety fraternities, sororities and
Homecoming cups will be pre-
sented to the three men's and
three women's residences with the
most outstanding displays. The
trophies will be presented during
intermission at the Homecoming

Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre and
for plays and programs at the Mi-
chigan Theatre.
This year the committee plans
to notify people of ushering and
volunteer jobs through indi-
vidual houses.
Every president will be notified
of the various opportunities at the
Board of Representatives meet-
ings where she will be given a
blank sheet to take to her house.
* * 0
IN THIS WAY, women interest-
ed in the positions offered will be
given the chance to find out about
them and signing up for the jobs
will be facillitated.
There is now a list for usher-
ing volunteers posted on the
bulletin board in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League.
Those who sign up for ushering
will be contacted when needed.
recommends ushering as an ex-
cellent way to see many worth-
while plays and still have a full
Another main function of the
committee is to secure workers
for the University Hospital Vol-
unteer Service. This service pro-
vides a good activity for those
who plan to enter any field of
human relations such as nurs-
ing or teaching.
It includes helping in the chil-
drens' and other wards. Some of
the services performed are enter-
taining patients, helping with
trays at mealtime, and keeping
the small children happy in gen-
Those interested in this activity
may contact Volunteer Office in
University Hospital by calling
.either 22521, extension 289 or
extension 270. An appointment
with Mrs. McCoy, head of the Vol-
unteer Service may be made at
this time.
For further information of the
opportunities available, the fol-
lowing members of personnel com-
mittee may be contacted: Yvonne
Johnson, chairman; junior assist-
ants, Lorraine Hewitt, Janet
Spieth, Martha Tomkins, Helen
House Lease Renewal
Announced by Council
The Inter-Cooperative Council
has announced that it has renew-
ed its lease on Muriel Lester Co-'
operative House under satisfac--
tory conditions for another year.
Dessert Postponed
The dessert in honor of Dean
Bacon planned for tomorrow by
the Board of Representatives
has been postponed.


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Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Miller of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Shir-
ley, to Mr. Karl Heinbach, son of
Faculty Women Meet,
Dinner Held at League
The Women of the University
Faculty will hold their first meet-
ing of the school year at 6 p.m.
Dinner will be served in the
dining room of the Michigan Lea-
gue followed by a social hour at
which the new members will be
Officers and committee chair-
men for the current year are: Mrs.
Elsie Fuller, president; Miss Alva-
lyn Woodward, past president;
Mrs. Claribel Baird, president-
elect; Miss Louise Shier, secretary;
Miss Marie Hartwig, treasurer;
Miss Elva Minuse, chairman pro-
gram committee; Miss Eleanor
Collins, chairman membership
committee; Miss Odina Olson,
chairman house committee.
222 Nickels Arcade
Phone 2-91 16

(Continued from Page 4)

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heinbach of
Rochester, New York, formerly of
Miss Miller is a senior in the
School of Education and is a mem-
ber of Alpha Chi Omega.
Mr. Heinbach is a Michigan
graduate, at present employed in
RCA training program in Lan-
caster, Pa. He is affiliated with
Sigma Phi Epsilon.
The wedding will take place
next June.

of New York Headquarters, ASCE.
All civil engineering students are
Sigma Rho Tau will hold "Or-
ganization Night" on Tues., Oct.
17 at 7 p.m., 2084 E. Engineering
Bldg. All engineering and archi-
tectural students, including first
semester freshmen, are eligible for
this speech training organization.

Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Michigan Un-
ion. Discussion of McCarran Act
and Mich. State Constitutional
Coming Events
Michigan Education C Iu bI's
rookie teachers' panel has been
postponed for one week.
Wesley Foundation: Do Drop In
at 4 o'clock to meet all of your
friends on Wednesday afternoon.
Israeli Song and Dance Group:
Wed., Oct. 18, 7:30 p.m., Union.
Everyone welcome, especially be-
Chess Club Meeting: Wed., Oct.
18, 8 p.m.; 3G Union. All mem-
bers should play second tourna-
ment game this week.

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