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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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W A A To Form Club,
Sell DeskCalendars
Badminton Club To Welcome Men, Women;.
'Date Book' To Show Various Campus Scenes
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Badminton Club.. .
Students who would enjoy get-
ting their exercise by "batting the
bird" will have their opportunity
in the Badminton Club, which will
hold its organizational meeting at-
7:30 p.m. tomorrow in Barbot3'
Gym-
The club, sponsored by the
Women's Athletic Association, will
welcome both men and women
who are familiar with the game
and have some playing experience.
Racquets are furnished through
the Women's Physical Education
Department, but students must
furnish their own birds.
A weekly meeting will be decid-
ed by members at the organiza-
tional gathering.
Membership in the club pro-
vides an opportunity for women
to practice for the all-campus
women's badminton tournament,
which will be held in the spring.
'The tournament is an annual
event.
Club members and other bad-
minton fans are also able to prac-
tice their skills each Friday night
at the co-rec nights at the Intra-
mt~al Building. Six courts are
available for student use.
This year, as in past years, the
IM staff and the WAA, sponsors
of the co-rec nights, have planned
a mixed doubles tournament. More
information will be available to
Interested students at a later date.

Calendar Sales,.
Students troubled with remem-
bering dates-the social as well as
the calendar variety-will have an
opportunity to purchase desk cal-
endars beginning this week in
their residences.
These calendars, published by
the Alumni Council and sold by
the Women's Athletic Association,
will be availbale for the price of
75 cents.
The "date book" sale will last
until the supply is gone. Houses
will be contacted by members of
the WAA Board.
Extending from January, 1953
to December of the same year, the
calendar has the traditional yel-
low and blue cover. Pictures of
familiar campus scenes are inter-
spersed with the actual calendar
pages.
These pages allow space below
each date for writing down as-
signments, appointments and spe-
cial events. Many coeds in past
years have used the calendars for
a diary, to keep a record of their
college life.
Profits from the sale will be
used by the WAA Board for its
many projects. WAA sponsors 17
sports clubs, eight of which are co-
recreational organizations wel-
coming both men and women
members.
In addition, each year the As-
sociation presents Lantern Night,
all-campus women's sing honor-
ing senior women.
Every other year WAA, in co-
operation with the Men's Union,
presents Michigras, a carnival
held in Yost Field House in which
most of the houses on campts
take part.
This year, in place of the usual
Tennis Ball, an open air dance
held on the tennis courts at Palm-
er Field, the, two groups hope to
sponsor a Spring Weekend, begin-
ning on a Friday and extending
through Saturday night.

-Daily-Don Campbell
WHAT NOW?-Four coeds attending the bridge night jointly
sponsored by the League and Union carefully study their hands
before deciding on their opening bid. The next bridge session
will be tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. in the Union.
Union-League Bridge Night
Provides Keen Competition

Panhel Ball
Pledges, affiliated transfer
women,'and active members of
Panhellenic are urged to buy
their tickets for Panhel Bali to
be held from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
this Saturday in the League.
Tickets, which are $3, and car-
nation boutonnieres may be
purchased in the League Un-
dergraduate Office from 9 a.m.
to 12 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 6
p.M.

Upsets galore! No one dares to
predict who's going to win or
what's going to happen at the
weekly Union-League sponsored
bridge nights.
While the directors, Conrad
Proctor, Frank Klaasse, Herb Le-
vine and Bobb Hardies have had
to refuse the first place prize the
first two weeks, last Wednesday's
session produced four new champs.
Accepting cans of assorted nuts
and ball point pens as their tro-
phy, the new winners hope to turn
back all comers this week.
Apparently coed bridge is on the
upgrade since last week's wom-
an's team placed for the first time
finally breaking the male monop-
oly.
Financially speaking the proj-
ect is operating in the red. The
ten cent admission charge doesn't
seem to offset the cost of eight
prizes and two cases of coke the
thirsty players manage to con-I
sume.

Amidst the confusion strange
oddities occur. For example in the
duplicate bridge tounament, one
team once played the same hand
twice without realizing the obvious
error.
Last week's most interesting
hand had North opening the bid-
ding with 3 hearts followed by
East's Double, South's pass and
West's surprising 4 heart bid.
On the second time around
North doubled, East redoubled,
South passed and West said 4 No
Trump. East answered his part-
ner's bid by going to 5 diamonds
which waslater advanced to 6 No
Tump by West-this became the
final bid.
With Lady Luck on his side
West succeeded in making his con-
tract.
Tomorrow night and every
Wednesday night after, bridge
nights will begin at 7:30 p.m. in-
stead of 8 o'clock in a room desig-
nated on the bulletin board on the
first floor of the Michigan Union.

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Scroll Taps
Five Students
Into Group
Honorary To Sponsor
Jam Session Series;
Alleycats To Perform
By JUDY SILVERMAN
Traveling through campus on
bicycles, black-robed members of
Scroll, local honorary for affiliat-
ed senior women, tapped five new
members recently.
Stopping traffic wherever they
went, members stopped first at
Alpha Epsilon Phi where Cyrille
Landes was tapped. From there
they rode to Alpha Xi Delta where
they tapped Jan Gast.
*, * *
ON THEIR way to Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma, the women rode
through the Law Quad where they
were greeted with hoots and hol-
lers from the disgruntled lawyers.
After going from the basement to
third floor of the Kappa house,
singing all the time, the women
finally succeeded in tapping Bet-
ty Comstock.
They then went to Sigma
Delta Tau where they tapped
Peggy Zager. The trip around
campus ended at the Alpha
Omicron Pi House where, ac-
companied by grumbles from the
others in the dorm who had been
sleeping soundly, they tapped
Sue Jacobsen.
As each member was tapped,
she received a cardboard scroll
which she wore about her neck the
following day. At the initiation in
the League Chapel new members
received a symbol of their mem-
bership in the form of a necklace
with a small gold medal in the
shape of a scroll.
* * *
MEMBERSHIP in Scroll is
based on leadership, character and
service.
Among Scroll's projects is the
selling of subscriptions to the
Michigan Alumnus, the maga-
zine published by the Alumn As-
sociation for University alumni.
Representatives of Scroll con-
tact each housing unit to see if
residents are interested in sub-
scribing and also have a booth
during registration.
Officers of Scroll are Marilyn
Hey, president; Nancy Lewis, vice-
president; Robin Glover, secre-
tary; and Maryanna Larson,
treasurer.
Members include Ann Black,
Nancy Born, Nancy Brewer, Bar-
bara Bushman, Nancy Eichenlaub,
Diane Harris, Berta Houston and
Marilyn Karasack. Also Jean Mar-
ton Mary Jane Mills, Audrey Mur-
phy, Janet Oberg, Barb Riley, Pat
Texter, Justine Votypka and Bar-
bara Wildman.
SQUARE DANCE FANS - All
students interested in participat-
ing in this year's state Square
Dance Festival are urged to call
Allen Van Liere, 3-0521, ext. 252.
The festival will b held tomorrow
in Flint, and dancers will leave
Ann Arbor at 6 p.m.
CAMP COUNSELOR'S CLUB -
There will be a meeting of the
WAA Camp Counselor's Club at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the fenc-
ing room of Barbour Gym. A dis-
cussion of camp problems and how
to deal with them will be held.
Each member should come pre-
pared to ask questions which she
would like discussed. Plans for an

overnight trip for club members
will also be discussed.
** *
PETITIONING - Petitions for
Tennis Ball are not yet available
as stated in the Womens Athletic
Association yellow and blue book-
let. More information will be
found in the Daily later this week.
* * *
J-HOP PHOTOGRAPHERS -
Bids from photographers who are
interested in doing pictures for
the 1953 J-Hop are due Friday,
Dec. 12.
The commtitee asks that the
qualifications be listed and sent to
Sue Shafter, 1414 Washtenaw be-
fore this date.
Among the qualifications are
equipment available for photo-
graphing 1700 persons, plans for
printing and whether orders will
be taken before or after the pic-
tures are printed, type of back-
ground and if it will be provided
by the photographer or the J-Hop
committee.
Other qualificatoins are price
and a sample of the {photograph-
er's work.

Alchin - Otto
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alchin of
Fenton announce the engagement
of their daugher, Carol, to David
Otto, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas
Otto, Ann Arbor.
Miss Alchin is a senior in the
School of Music and is a member
of Senior Society and Sigma Al-
pha Iota.
Mr. Otto is attending the Man-
hattan School of Music and is af-
filiated with Kappa Kappa Psi.
Kelley - Knowles
The marriage of Vivian B. Kel-
ley, daughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Francis C. Kelley of Detroit,
to John C. Knowles, son of Mrs.
Irene Hien of Detroit and the late
Mr. Arthur Knowles of Minam,
Oregon, was announced recently.
Mrs. Knowles is a senior in the
literary college and is affiliated
with Alpha Delta Pi Sorority.
Mr. Knowles is a 1952 graduate
of the Business Administration
School of Wayne University and is
a member of Alpha Delta Sigma
Fraternity.
* * *
Brand - Comstock
The engagement of Dorothy
Brand to Kirke W. Comstock, Jr.,
was announced October 16 at a
Dance Class
Needs Coed
Participation
"With a three to one ratio at
the League dance classes on Tues-
day and Wednesday nights, coeds
are urgently needed as partners
for the large number of men at-
tending the classes," said Jan
Gast, chairman of the committee.
For the remaining three weeks
of instruction, which will be held
at 7:15 to 8:15 p.m. on Tuesdays
and Wednesdays, there will be no
charge for coeds who join the
classes.
A fee of $4 was charged at the
beginning of the series of eight
lessons for those men who were in-
terested in learning different
dance routines.
Since the classes are free to all
coeds, Miss Gast urges any woman
interested in learning new dances
and meeting new friends to attend
the classes.
Coeds are invited to join the
classes on either Tuesday or Wed-
nesday nights or both nights, ev-
en though they have never attend-
ed these League dance sessions be-
fore.
Coeds taking part in the dance
classes will sign up at the door of
the League Ballroom on the sec-
ond floor at the beginning of each
session.
On hand to teach the samba,
tango, charleston and fox trot is
John Urbanic, an Arthur Murray
instructor from Detroit.
Urbanic also instructs the ex-
hibition' class that appeared in
Gulantics last year and on the Hill
stage for Varsity Night recently.
The original routines exhibited
at these shows were worked out
by Urbanic and include a fast
Charleston number and a dem-
onstration in ballroom dance steps.
The League dance class com-
mittee sponsors three couples
classes as well as the two singles
classes and the exhibition class.
All classes are filled except the
singles classes where the coed
partners are needed.
Along with Miss Gast as chair-
man, the League dance class com-
mittee includes Joyce Warney, Lee
Curtice, Joan Hegener, Mary Jane
Soper, Barbara Meier, Barbara
Carse, Charlotte Bolnick, Shirley
Baylis and Mary Liz Vaughan.
The classes offer an opportunity

to mete new friends as well as
polish up on dance steps. Coeds
who are interested in taking ad-
vantage of this opportunity are
urged to come to the League Ball-
room on Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings for an hour of fun.

CAROL ALCHIN
* * q.
dinner in the Collegiate Sororsis
sorority house.
Miss Brand is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Brand of
St. Clair and is a senior in the
school of education. Her fiance is
the son of Mrs. Marie Harris Com-
stock of Albion. Mr. Comstock is a
junior in the school of engineering.
He is a member of Zeta Psi fra-
ternity.
The wedding will take place
next June.
* * *
Townsend - Rogers
The engagement of Barbara
Townsend, daughter of Prof. and
Mrs. R. E. Townsend, Ann Arbor,

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WHERE TO WORK?
With so many positions available today, this is a
problem that faces many young women. These are
a few of the things that you may require of your job:
Good wages
Regular salary increases
Congenial co-workers
Pleasant surroundings
Chance for advancement
Permanent employment
We can offer all of these things to qualified young
women. We have openings in November and Decem.
ber for telephone operators and clerical employees.
Michigan Bell Telephone Co.
323 E. Washington

to James P. Rogers, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George E. Rogers of Engle-
wood, New Jersey, was announced
by her parents recently.
Miss Townsend is a senior in
literary college and is affiliated
with Gamma Phi Beta Sorority.
Mr. Rogers is obtaining his Mas-
ter's degree in petroleum geology
at the University and is a member
of Kappa Sigma and Sigma Gam-
ma Epsilon, Geology Honorary.
A June wedding is planned.
Larson - Graves
Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph Larson of
Grosse Pointe announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Mary-
anna Margaret, to William Horace
Graves III, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Graves of Huntington
Woods.
Miss Larson is a senior in the
College of Literature, Science and
the Arts and is a member of Pi
Beta Phi, Zeta Phi Eta and Scroll.
Mr. Graves is in his last year of
medical school and is affiliated
with Phi Delta Theta and Nu Sig-
ma Nu Fraternities.
A June wedding is planned.
Martha Cook Tea
A tea, honoring all campus
executives, will be held from
3:30 to 5 p.m. Friday at Mar-
tha Cook Dormitory. Officers of
the League, Women's Judiciary
Council, Assembly Association,
International Center, Panhel-
lenic, IFC and WAA have been
invited.

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