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PAG, LE EG!A' '

'THE MICHIIGAN DAILtY,

TUESDAY, .SEPTEMBER 22, 1952

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Opening of Women's Pool Delayed
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Modern Unit
Will Feature
New Devices
Opening of the new million dol-
lar women's swimming pool still
under construction will not take
place until December or January
according to Dr. Margaret Bell,
chairman of the Women's Physical
Education Department.
Originally Dr. Bell had hoped
the brick strifcture, located on the r t
corner of N. University and For-
est would be completed this Oc-
tober..
However a delay in the ship-
ment of pool tile and aluminum
doors necessitated the later open- -Daily-Chuck Kelsey
ing date. CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS-Completion of the new women's
Because of last year's unusually swimming pool, originally scheduled for October, will not take
mild winter, rMack Habscher, en- place until December or January, according to Dr. Margaret
gineer, had also predicted an ear- Bell. Delay in the shipment of materials has caused the postpone-
ly fall opening for the pool build- ment of the opening.
ing.
The pool building which will
o mprise in the future onl anpajt AA / / tW W p;
will be funished with the most up-
to-date equipment. J~ ~ rkT A4
Conforming strictly to dimen- Junior Members To Meet
sion, the pool will measure 75 feet _ _
1 inch long and 44 feet wide. Con- Danish sponsorship of an Amer- the State Department in the
w t hining an, the e w ican woman's study abroad has hope of obtaining a Fulbright
Two diving boards, one meter been revealed recently by an an- travel grant forthe recipient.n
and three meter in height, will be nouncement of a "Danish-Ameri- AAUW members interested in
located at the deep end above 12 can Association of University Wo- applying may write Miss Mary H.
eet 6 inches of waterc men (AAUW) Stipend Grant." Smith at AAUW National Head-
Spotlights from the ceiling and * * quarters, 1634 Eye Street, N. W.,
sixteen lights of 1,000 watts each, AS A MARK of gratitude for in-D.C.
situated underwater, will illumi- A AKo rttd o n
nate the swimming area. Another ternational AAUW fellowships All applications must be mailed
feature of the pool will be the they received, a group of Danish to headquarters by December 15.
aquadio for underwater music. ex-grant holders have raised a The AAUW Committee on Inter-
Guests and swimmers at the fund to finance four fonths of national Grants will review them,
pool will also see a modern lounge, study in Denmark by an AAUW before submitting a selected list to
grandstand, glass viewing mir- member. the Danish Association who will
ror and guest locker room which In addition, the recipient will make the final choice.
will make possible co-rec swim- be given a tour through Finland * * *
ming evenings, and Norway as the guest of f or- '
Besides recreational uses, there mer AAUW grantees of the two JU or A UW .. .
will be swimming at the pool by countries.
members of the Women's Physical City Planning" will be the topic
Education Department, and Mich- Applicants for the grant must under discussion when members of
ifish, the WAA club, will work out have a master's degree and sub- the Junior Group of the American
and present their concerts there. mit a plan for advanced study Association of University Women
The pool is being constructed which can be carried out in Den- (AAUW) meet at 8 p.m. Thurs-
in such a way that the water lev- mark. The recipient will be ex- day for their first meeting of the
el is equal with the first floor pected to be in Denmark by Sep- fall term,
while the lower part of water is tember 1, 1954, the opening of the * * *
below the ground floor. fall academic term. THE GROUP will meet at the
Another feature of the pool will * * * home of Mrs. Haldon L. Smith,
be underwater observation ports WITHIN SIX months of the end 610 Brierwood Ct. Mrs. Wells I.
to all behind-the-scene views of of study, a full report must be Bennett, chairman of the Ann Ar-
water shows. made to the Danish Association of bor AAUW Legislative committee,
While a small- portion of the University women. ± will address the members.
funds has been provided by the
Womnen's Athletic Association, the Since the Danish grant does All women who have received
modern pool is being financed by not cover travel expenses be- their degrees within the last 10
the Board In Control of Intercol- tween the U. S. and Europe,- years from an AAUW approved
legiate Athletics. negotiations are underway with college or university are invited

League Adds
Two Groups
To Activities
Committee Formed
For Volunteer Jobs;
Senators Organized.
Two new groups, the Women's.
Senate and the Community Ser-
vices Committee, have been added
to the list of League activities.
Replacing the Board of Repre-
sentatives, the Senate is composed
of the Executive Board of the
League and of senators elected
from all organized women's resi-
dences on campus.
The presidents of all large or-
ganized residences are also mem-
bers of the Senate. Each residence
where membership exceeds sixty
students has one additional sena-
tor for every sixty students over
the first sixty.
League houses, sororities, sorori-
ty annexes and cooperatives each
have one elected senator.
The duties of the Senate include
approving the final budget of the
League, all projects initiated by
the League, all appointments made
by the president of the League, and
appointments to fill any vacancies
on the Exedutive Board.
The Community Services Com-
mittee will act as a coordinating
center for women interested in do-
ing volunteer work in the Univer-
sity.
Such volunteer work will iniclude
tutoring, taking tickets at dances,
helping at the Speech Clinic and
working in the hospital.
Women will have a chance to
indicate their interests and will-
ingness to help on a questionnaire
which will be distributed Thursday
at the meeting of Activities Chair-
man.
These questionnaires will be
kept on file in the League so that
whenever an organization needs
volunteers for any job they may
look up names of interested wo-
men.
Joan Kleinpell, who is chairman
of the committee, has urged that
every woman on campus fill out
one of these questionnaires. She
stresses the need for volunteers
and the experience and satisfac-
tion to be gained from many of
the jobs.

FUTURE EDITORS:
College Board Contest Open
To Undergraduate Women

Qualified Tutors Available
To Provide Aid for Students

Mademoiselle, a fashion maga-
zine, is looking for young women
undergraduates for their annual
College Board contest.
As a College Board member, the
chosen women are Mademoiselle
reporters on their campuses. Three
College Board assignments give
each member a sneak preview of
her future in writing, fashion, mer-
chandising, promotion, art of ad-
vertising and give her a chance to
become one of the next year's
twenty Guest Editors.
Attaining the position as Guest
Editor entitles the women to a trip
to and from New York City and a
salaried job in Mademoiselle's of-
fice for the month of June.
The Guest Editor works on the
annual college issue, goes to par-
ties, the theater and interviews
celebrities in her field of interest.
Women interested in entering
the contest can write a 1,500 criti-
cism of the magazine's August
1953 College issue giving a general
Committee Fills
League Positions
By Interviewing
Eight women, members of the
League Interviewing and Nomin-
ating Committee, are responsible
for picking the heads of commit-
tees for the many activities of the
organization.
They accept all petitions for
positions, which are a prerequisite
for getting any League post ald
interview each of the candidates.
Chairman of the committee is
Sue Shafter. Other members are
Sissi Bergstein, Marilyn Martin,
Joan Merrill, Jan Vorheis, Dawn
Waldron and Nancy Wright.
These representatives have
stressed that a woman's enthus-
iasm, interest and ideas for the
position desired are "what really
count in petitioning and inter-
viewing."
They have urged that all inter-
ested women take part in the pe-
titioning for vacant League-posts,
which will be held soon.

discussion of the issue as a whole
and then selecting the field that
interests them most to criticize
in detail.
On a separate page those inter-
ested should give their name, class
year, college and home addresses,
major and minor, extra-curricular
activities and summer jobs.
All entries must be typewritten
and postmarked no lated than No-
vember 30.

Students who find that they are
having difficulty with their studies
during the next few weeks will be
able to find help by calling or stop-
ping in at the Merit-Tutorial of-
fice in the Women's League.
Merit-Tutorial is located on the
first floor directly across from the
Undergraduate Office and is open
from 1 to 5 p.m. daily.
Here students may leave their
names, phone numbers and the
name of the subject or subjects in
which they are having trouble, and
the Merit Tutorial committee will
find a qualified tutor for them.

A qualified tutor.-is someone who
has either received a B in sub-
jects of their major or an A in
their minor. Official University
rates are one dollar an hour for
all subjects except chemistry and
physics. Tutors in these subjects
receive two dollars an hour,
The Merit Tutorial Committee,
headed by Phyllis Peterson, sug-
gests that any qualified student
who is interested in tutoring call
the office within the next few
weeks and leave his name.

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We've moved our Sportswear De-
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short blocks from the main shop

on Forrest.
Ow' Celle e COlcon
is loaed with fashions designed especially to
put you in the best-dressed student category!
They're smart ...colorful ..terrific! You'll
see all of Sacony's and Koret's smart togs qd-
vertised in Life, Mademoiselle, and Glamour,
plus many more of your favorite brands.

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TYPEWRITING
SHORTHAND
ACCOUNTING
OFFICE MACHINES
A single subject or a complete course
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
William at State Phone 7831 39th Year

to attend the meeting.
Women who have completed two
years of non-professional work at
a school on the approved list are
also invited.
Assisting Mrs. Smith as host-
esses Thursday night will be: Mrs.
William E. Duerr and Mrs. Alfred
Jelinek.

WATCHES. Hamilton, Elgin
Fine Gold Filled, Sterling,.. . JEWELRY
WATCH BRAC ELETS
LIGHTERS ... Ronson, ASR, Zippos
DIAMONDS and WEDDING RINGS
i0
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JEWELERS
717 North University Avenue Near Hill Auditorium
Lo<- Y()CC3 t<-y{O<y <-yG<-y Om O y"O G

BUSINESS HOURS AT BOTH SHOPS:
Monday noon ti11 8:30 - Tues. thru Sat., 9:30 till 5:30
You'll always find parking at the rear of our shop on Forest
where you'll find beautiful coats, suits, dresses, accessories.

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Deily Classifieds

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Paulette
Robes by H., Hyman

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Lyle & Scott
of Hawick, Scotland

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Original
Bermuda
Knits

Hogg of
Hawick
Cashmere Sweaters

Mojud
HOSIERY
LINGERIE

HIESTAND
makers of
Mule Luks

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Original

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Welcomes You to the Michigan Campus
presenting THE FINEST in
NATIONALLYoKNOWN BEAUTY AIDS

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been particular because of you, our customer. We want you to know
that we are humble, and acutely conscious of the long tradition behind
us . . . a tradition of fair principles, quality merchandise and incom-
parable service. We hope that you will continue to keep us a favorite
Ann Arbor store for many years to come.
We have just completed decorations of our entire first floor and downstairs shop - - -
Our new Fall stock of merchandise is at its peak. We-extend you a cordial invita-
tion to visit us during our twenty-fifth anniversary this week.
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