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Fortnight Heads Announced

League Presents Record Concerts

Assembly Association has an-
nounced the remaining three cen-
tral committee members for Fort-
night, which will be held Nove.n-
ber 8.
Heading the publicity commit-
tee will be Jan Campbell and Doris
Hawthorne. Co-decorations chair-
men are Evelyn Malawista and Le-
nore Orsolek.

Other committee members, who
were chosen last spring, include
Lila Beck, general chairman; Del-
la Galloway, decorations; Gwen
Dorn, programs; Liesel Ellenbog-
en, honors; and Sue Alderman,
T h e first central committee
meeting will be held at 7 p.m. to-
morrow in the League.

Men May Attend
Sunday Evening





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Today and every Sunday eve-
ning from 8:30 to 10 p.m. the Lea-
gue Library doors will swing open
permitting men as well as women
to enjoy the new series of record
Women students, with proceeds
from JGP, have purchased a cus-
tom-made radio-phonograph for
use in the new program.
* * *
day evening series will feature the
informal relaxed atmosphere for
which the League Library is noted,
according to Margaret Strand,
League vice-president.
There will also be week-day
concerts from 8:30 to 10 p.m. on
Tuesdays and from 4 to 5:30
p.m. on Fridays for women stu-
dents only.
The series is catering especially
to the Music Literature students
as both classical and popular rec-
ords will be played.
* * *
MISS STRAND added that the
record collection includes a wide
range of albums from the Paganini
Concert in D Major for violin to
Harris' Symphony No. 3.
The Sunday night concert ser-
ies offers the only opportunity
for men to enter the plush cush-
ioned library on the third floor
of the League. Study time there
is limited to women students
The carpeted floor and old-fash-
ioned fireplace add to the informal
dignity. Women may wear jeans
and prop shoeless feet upon the
sofas as they strive for comfort-
able study positions or a few mo-
ments of relaxation.
A WIDE VARIETY of current
magazines including Vogue, The
New Yorker, The Atlantic Monthly
and Good Housekeepir}g are to be,
found on the tables and shelves.
Over 3,500 volumes are includ-
ed in the League collection. Re-
ference material, biographies
and fiction copies are numerous.
Fast becoming known as an arts
library, the League has the Carne-
gie collection -of music scores for
circulation to music students and
other interested coeds.
* . *
Board in honor of Alice Crocker
Lloyd, former Dean of Women, are
creating an outstanding drama
collection as a living memorial in
her memory.
This collection will be added

WAA Season
To Be Opened
With Volleyball
Volleyball will be the sport to
begin the year's schedule of tour-
naments sponsored by WAA.
The games to be played this
week are as follows: Monday at
5:10 p.m.-Alpha Epsilon Phi I vs.
Jordan I; Delta Delta Delta I vs.
Alpha Chi Omega I; at 7:15 p.m.
-Jordan IV vs. Stockwell I; Jor-
dan V vs. Mosher II; at 8 p.m.-
Jordan II vs. Mosher I; Newberry
I vs. Stockwell VI.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Kappa
Kappa Gamma I vs. Newberry IV;
Sigma Delta Tau I vs. Kappa Del-
ta II; at 7:15 p.m.-Stockwell VII
vs. Jordan VI; Alpha Phi II vs.
Newberry III; at 8 p.m.-Stock-
well III vs. Palmer II; Jordan VII
vs. Collegiate Sorosis I.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Adelia
Cheever I vs. Kappa Alpha Theta
I; Delta Gamma I vs. Betsy Bar-
bour I; at 7:15 p.m.-Hollis House
I vs. Stockwell V; Freeman Houses
vs. Angell II.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha
Delta Pi II vs. Alpha Chi Omega
II; Alpha Delta Pi I vs. Delta Del-
ta Delta III; at 7:15 p.m.-Chi
Omega II vs. Martha Cook I;
Stockwell IV vs. Hobbsgurley
House I; at 8 p.m.-Delta Delta
Delta II vs. Angell I; Couzens I vs.
Kappa Kappa Gamma III.

Men May Petition for Post
Of Michigras Co-Chairman

Petitions for one of the biggest
jobs on campus, men's co-chair-
man of Michigras committee, are
now being accepted.
Mar Oscherwitz, Union publicity
chairman, announced yesterday
that men have until Oct. 26 to ap-
ply for the top male position in
the semi-annual carnival sponsor-
ed jointly by the Union and WAA.
Petitions, which are to be in
duplicate, typed double spaced,
should state briefly the applicant's
past experience, point out methods
for improving past features of the
event, and suggest any new ideas
that the petitioner may have. The
petitions may be turned in to the
Union President's office between
3 and 5 p.m. any weekday after-
noon till the deadline.
The co-chairman will be select-
ed from among the petitioners af-
ter personal interviews with the
senior officers of the Union.
The men's co-chairman works
House Presidents
Although there will not be a
dormitory house presidents'
meeting as usual tomorrow at
5 p.m., a picnic party is being
planned for next Sunday.
Cards will be sent to presi-
dents telling the time of the
next meeting and details of the

together with the women's chair-
man, Pat Smith, '52, chosen by
the WAA, in helping to select the
various committees responsible
for staging the event and in coar-
dinating the personnel.
Oscherwitz emphasized that all
members of the Union; regardless
of class, are eligible to petition. He
also announced that petitions for
central committee and working
committees will be due late this
fall, but are not yet being accept-
Michigras, which attracted over
17,000 visitors in 1950, is presented
every other year with the proceeds
going to worthy charities connect-
ed with the University.
Chairmen Listed
For League Dance
Marilyn Hey, general chairman
for the League Fall Dance which
will be held on Nov. 3, announces
the selection of the dance central'
T h e chairmanships include
Frances Windham, publicity; Don-
na Mayer, decorations; Sue Riggs,
patrons; Elise Fiber, tickets; and
Jody Steincamp, programs.
There will be a meeting of the
central committee at 5 p.m. tomor-
row at the League.

--Daily-Malcolm Shatz
LOOKING OVER RECORDS in the League Library are Margaret
Strand and Charles Lombard. For the first time men may attend
the Sunday evening record concerts to be held from 8:30 to
10 p.m.
* * *d4_

to the present volumes in the
League Library. A portrait of
Dean Lloyd and a parchment
describing her achievements will
be placed on the wall of the li-
brary near the drama section.
Mrs. Shirley Smith, the librar-
ian, added that the library also
contains Presidents' Reports which
may be used by women writing pe-
titions for campus offices.
* * *
UNIVERSITY coeds, Julie Cross-
man and Nanyce Ayers, assist Mrs.
Smith as librarian,
The League Library was
founded by Dr. Jessie Horton
Koessler who was a graduate of
the University.
It was financed and furnished
by Dr. Koessler's husband and
brothers in her memory. Her por-
trait hangs over the white marble
A three day circulation period
is enforced for drama, poetry and
periodicals. Fiction and non-fic-
tion books may be taken out for
two weeks,
Monday through Friday the Li-
brary is open from 1 to 5:30 p.m.
and from 7 to 10 pm. On Satur-
day the hours range from 1 to 5:30
p.m. and from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7
to 10 p.m. on Sunday.
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