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9UNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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League

Will Give Dance Classes

A HOUSEMOTHER'S LOT:
Resident Directors

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Films on Tap
At Reception
For Arabians
Students from Arabian coun-

Disney's Aid Enlisted
By I-Hop Committee

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Men Students
May Register
Tomorrow
"Coeds, as well as men students,
will h a good opportunity to
get acquainted and learn new
steps at the League dance classes
this fall," said Barbara Meier,
chairman of the committee.
Classes will start on October 6,
7 and 8. This year once again
they will be under the direction
of John Urbanic from the Arthur
Murray Studios in Detroit.
* * *
MEN INTERESTED in improv-
ing their dancing or learning new
steps in time for the big fall
dances, can join these classes at
a fee of four dollars for eight
lessons.
' Ticket sales for both couples
and singles classes will be held
tomorrow and Tuesday. Men
interested in joining these class-
es can pick up their tickets from
7 to 9 p.m. at the League.
Since fraternity rushing night
interferes with the time for reg-
istration, men should make ar-
rangements for one representative
from the dormitory or house to
pick up the tickets for the whole
group.
ADMISSION IS FREE for all
women students and Miss Meier
urges coeds to attend either the
singles or couples classes' to be
held on Tuesdays and Wednes-
days. Not only will they improve
their own dancing by being part-
ners for the men, but they will
also have an opportunity to relax
and make new friends.
For anybody who has already
had previous dancing experience,
an advanced couples class will
be offered this semester. This
class will meet from 7:15 p.m. to
8:15 p.m. every Thursday night.
Since all the other dance classes
are also offered at night, they
should not interfere with class
schedules. Singles classes will meet
from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on
their scheduled days.: .
FOREIGN students are also in-
vited to come to the League Ball-
room for dance instruction. Here
they will meet a cross section of
American students and will feel
more familiar with American cus-
toms and campus life.
Once again an exhibition class
is planned for this semester.
In previous years the exhibition
class has appeared in Gulantics
and also presented numbers on
League Night and at Varsity
night.
Urbanic worked out the selec-
tions presented by the exhibition
class. The original routines in-
clude Charleston numbers and al-
so demonstrations in ballroom
dance steps.
Anybody interested in joining
the exhibition class should con-
tact Miss Meier at 2-2569.
Besides the chairman other offi-
cials of the dance class committee
chosen last year are Shirley Bay-
liss, finance chairman; Patricia
Corrigan, Senior Captain; Char-
lotte Rolnick, Junior Captain; and
Sylvia Leach and Marilyn Smith,
Sophomore captains.I

From Varied Backgrounds,

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By PAM SMITH
Have you ever wondered how
women get to be housemothers?1
Mrs. Lois Kempf, housemother
for Chicago House in West Quad-
rangle, applied for a position at
the suggestion of her son William
who graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan last year.
* * *
NEW AT HER job this year,
Mrs. Kempf was originally sup-1
posed to be housemother at Lloyd
House in West Quadrangle but
was switched to Chicago House
when the latter was converted to
a women's dormitory for freshmen
and transfer students.
Mrs. Kempf lives in Fremont,
Michigan where she is a direc-
tor of the Fremont State Bank,
a position which her husband
held until his death.
A graduate of Western Michi-
gan College, she taught music and
art for a while and has worked
with women's clubs and church
groups.
BESIDES her son William, who
is now stationed at Fort Lewis in
Washington, Mrs. Kempf has a
son who graduated from Western
Michigan College and a daughter
who is now in her second year at
Stephens College.

Another new housemother on

campus, Mrs. Jean Tiney who is tries will be honored at a recep-
at Jordan came to Ann Arbor from tion to be held at 8 p.m. today in
Boston, Massachusetts where she the International Center.
worked for the past two years as
resident director of the Elizabeth Films on Egypt and Morocco will'
Peabody Settlement House. be shown at this event which is
* sponsored by the Arab Club.

Enlisting the aid of Walt Dis-
ney in providing the central theme
and decorations, the independents
on the University 'campus have
joined together to give the first'
big all-campus dance, I-Hop, from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Oct. 10 in the'
League.
Disney is reported to have been

A PUBLIC HEALTH nurse, Mrs. New students will get the chance enthusiastic when he discovered
Tiney attended St. Elizabeth Hos- to get acquainted with the Near that the Assembly Association in
pital in Boston and the Boston Eastern faculty who will be guests co-operation with the Inter-House
College School of Nursing. at the reception. There will also Council was presenting an animal
Mrs. Tiney is very impressed be opportunity to meet advisors dance, and entitling it, "Night of
with the free democratic at- for foreign students and the staff Knights."
mosphere at Michigan and finds of the International Center.
the University very different Under the leadership of John HAVING recently released a pic-
from Eastern Schools. Massab, the Aab Club has bee n ture dealing with this same age
Mrs. Lillian Wonder came to functioning as a part of the Cen- when knights in armor, castles
Tyler House this year from Hobbs ter for a number of years. All and man-eating dragons flourish-
House, where she was house moth- students from the Arabian coun- ed, he sent the I-Hop committee
er last year. tries are eligible for membership. interior shots of thecastles and
* * *Friends can also participate in the: sets which had been used in the
SHE BEGAN HER experience club as honorary members. movie.

be recognized through contrib-
uting the pictures, although he
informed the committee that he
would be unable to accept their
invitation to the ball.
The dance will feature Paul
McDonough's orchestra in the
main ballroom, and the Ann
Arbor Alley Cats will entertain
the dancers with their dixie-
land rhythms in an adjoining
room.
Providing an opportunity for
wearing that new dress, the com-
mittee states that the dance will
be a dressy affair.
Couples attending I-Hop last
year were met by a theme of
"Blue Horizon," while 1951 at-
tendants saw the main ballroom
converted into a huge stadium and
various other high spots on the
University campus to the theme
of "Kick Off."
LADIES'
HAIRSTYLING!
No Appointments Needed
4 STYLISTS
"Come as you are"
The Dascola Barbers
near Michigan Theatre

-Daily-Don Campbell
DIPS AND TURNS-With all the major fall dances now being
planned, the League will once again offer dancing instructions to
students who wish to improve their steps or learn new ones. Reg-
istration for men will take place from I to 9 p.m. tomorrow and
Tuesday in the League.

as a house mother in a church
school in Tennessee after the
death of her husband, who was a
minister. A former art student at
Ohio Wesleyan, Mrs. Wonder who'
makes her home in Granville,
Ohio, also attended McCormick
Seminary in Chicago.
After being assistant House dir-
ector at Mosher last year, Mrs.
Isabelle Quail has taken over the
duties of Mosher's house mother
this year.

Women's Tryouts
All freshmen and upperclass
women interested in working
on the Women's Staff of The
Daily will meet at 4 p.m. to-
morrow at the Women's Desk
in the Student Publications
Building. Those who have not
yet signed up are urged to at-
tend this first meeting.

One of the factors which im-
pressed Disney was the plan de-
vised for spending the proceeds
received from the dance.
He congratulated the organiza-
tions for providing the Fresh Air
Camp with extra funds whichI
would go toward aiding under-
privileged children.
HOPING FOR a successful turn-
out and an enjoyable dance, Dis-
ney felt that his presence mibht

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