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U' Women
To Discuss
League Plans
Council Will Conduct
Review of Programs,
Policies at Workshop
League problems and policies
will be discussed at the League
Council Workshop from 4 p.m.
to 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
House policies, career confer-
ence plans, leadership training
programs, League organization
and procedures and the merit-
rating system are on the agenda
for discussion.
* * *
MEMBERS of the League Coun-
cil, League committee members
and board members of associated
organizations are requested to be
present for the workshop, accord-
ing to Ann Plumton, chairman.
The League, of which the Lea-
gue Council is the head, pro-
vides an opportunity for fresh-
men as well as upperclassmen
to be better qualified to parti-
cipate in campus activities and'
to benefit from its cultural and
civic training.
It is set up as an interrelated
and cooperative network of or-
* * *
COMPRISING the framework
of the League Council are the
Executive Board, the administra-
tive committees and the associa-
ted organizations.
Probably one of the busiest
women on the Executive Board
is the president, Sue Riggs. Miss
Riggs' job is to direct and co-
ordinate all the activities that
go on in the League, and to act
as an advisor and director for
her cabinet.
Six other members, including a
vice - president, secretary a n d
treasurer, carry on the duties of
the Executive Board.
Twelve separate groups fall un-
der the head of the Administra-
tive committees. Many of these
committees known to students are
Junior Girls' Play, Sophomore Ca-
baret, Dance Class Committee,
Social Committee and League
House Judiciary Council.
Every independent woman on
campus is a member of Assembly
Association, while each affiliated
woman belongs to Panhellenic As-
sociation. Representatives from
these two organizations are also
members of the council.
This year three members-at-
large from the Women's Senate
were also added to the League
Council, which now is composed
of 30 women.
Coeds To Present
VWinterlace Ball'
Alice- Lloyd Hall will present its
annual winter formal, "Winter-
lace Ball," from 9 p.m. to mid-
night Saturday.
Paul McDonough and his or-
chestra will provide music in the
main lounge for Lloyd residents
and their dates. Dancers will also
be accommodated in the smaller
lounges, to which the music will
be piped.
A mid-19th century theme will
prevail throughout the dorm. The
lounges will be decorated with
murals depicting snow and sleigh
ride scenes.
During intermissions, dancers
will have an opportunity to chat
over punch and cookies.
Co-chairmen of the dance are
Phyllis Singer and Renee Silver-

House Representatives To Attend
Michigras Parade, Booth Meeting





Michigras plans will take ano-
ther step toward completion at
7:30 p.m. today at the Union Ball
room when representatives from
all houses and organizations on
campus meet with the Parade and
Booths Co-Chairmen.
The chairmen, Jane Thompson
md Guy Moulthrop and Barbara
B arstein and Bob Gillow, sent let-
ters before. vacation requesting
that permanent Parade a n d
Booths representatives be ap-
pointed by all groups. If any
houses did not receive this letter
due to the Christmas mail rush,
they are urged by the chairmen
to send temporary delegates to
the meeting.
* *, *
GROUPS WHICH would like to
work with others and have not as
yet picked partners may do so at
the meeting.
Any float may be entered in
the parade which meets the
standards set up by the Michi-
gras Parade Committee, Miss
Thompson stated.
Using a "Life's a Book" theme,
floats can be based on any char-
acter, scene, plot, or title of any
book. The parade will center
around the four phases of the
life of the Michiworm, parade
* * *
FIRST OF THESE chapters in
the life of the Michiworm will be
childhood reading habits. Other
phases will deal with his youth,
the stage of romance and grown
up years.
Joint Conference
To Feature I HC,

Because of limited space in
Yost Field House, Miss Burstein
has announced that the booths
will be chosen on a petition ba-
sis, "with consideration given
to houses participating with
other houses and traditional
booths in so far as they were
successful last year."
Gillow said that the booths will
be selected on the following cri-
teria: selling ability, originality,
c a r n iv a l spirit, expense and
thoroughness of petition.
* * *
WHILE THE Michigras theme
wil prevail in the field house dur-
ing the carnival nights, April 23
and 24, it is not imperative that
the booths follow this theme, the
chairmen have stated.
At the meeting, petition in-
structions will be given and all
questions answered. Sissi Berg-

stein is in charge of the peti-
tioning process.
Approximately $6,000 went to
the Fresh Air Camp Fund and the
Wendy Owen Fund in 1952, the
last time the bi-annual spectacle
was held.
Co-sponsored by the Union and
Women's Athletic Association, Mi-
chigras proceeds will go to the
charities selected by these groups.
Their carnival budget has been
set this year at $13,000.
MiChig ras
The Michigras Central Com-
nittee will meet at 4:30 p.m.
today in the Union. Members
of the Stunts Committee will
hold a meeting at 4 p.m. to-
morrow in the Union. Room
numbers will be posted.


A B A N G- U P JO B -.Richard Hesse, left, and Erich
Frodermann stand beside a two-ton blockbuster dud they disman-
tled successfully in two hours near Nournburg Castle,- Germany.

A W E L C 0M E GUEST- Puerto Rico's Governor
Luis Munoz Marin, left, is escorted by Costa Rican President Jose
Figueres upon arrival in San Jose for presidential inauguration.



Assembly Association and Inter-
House Council will combine forces
at a joint conference dealing with
the question of dormitory life and
campus activities at 10 p.m. Sat-
urday, Feb. 20.
In letters sent to all dormitory
presidents, presidents and dormi-
tory members will be asked to at-
tend the discussion.
Those attending the conference
will break up into five large dis-
cussion groups covering 15 differ-
ent topics.
Led by group leaders, advisors
and recorders for each group, all
persons attending will gather for
a general evaluation and discus-
sion period following the separate
. Staff assistants, directors and
University personnel will make
up the advisors for the groups.
Members of the Board of Gov-
ernors of the University will at-
tend the conference to aid in many
of the topic groups and to con-
sider the ideas coming from the
evaluation session.
In past years, Assembly Work-
shop has been a sounding board
for discussion of women's dormi-
tory problems. The conference will
be the first joint meeting of the
newly-formed Inter-House Coun-
cil and the Assembly Association
functioning under its new con-
stitution, enabling both men and
women to air their views.
Reports of the discussion will be
distributed to enlighten Univer-
sity officials on the topics discus-
Both organizations hope that
the conference will serve as a be.-
sis for better organization, leader-
ship and cooperation between the
independent men and women's
residence halls.

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Bunker has been elected new
president of the American Na-
tional Red Cross, succeeding E.
Roland Harriman who becomes
the organization's chairman.

A W R I C H T - H 0 M E - Frank Lloyd Wright stands beside model of new home he designed
for Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. The museum, to be constructed in 1954, will.
e. the first permanent buiting by the world-renowned architect in New York City.f

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- London's new Lord Mayor
Sir Noel Bowater peers from
coach during traditional Lord
Mayor's procession from Guild-
hall to Law Courts in London.

P I C T U R E 0 F C L I P P i N C S - Eugen Ochs, Frankfurt, Germany, barber and hair paint-
ing hobbyist, is watched by employes as he works on picture made of clippings from customers'
heads. The "painting" is taken from advertisement of German cosmetics firm.


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