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%SDAY, OCTOBER 14 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Organization Meeting.
Opens Senate Term

Preparing for a semester of leg-
islating for women on campus, the
Women's Senate meeting yester-
day dealt with organizational
questions.
The secretary of the League will
be chosen from the three mem-
bers-at-large of the Senate. The
other two coeds will hold posts on
the Finance Committee and on the
group in charge of the Ethel Mc-
Cormick scholarships.
Senators signed up for member-
ship on one of the three perma-
nent commitetes. The Culture and
Education Committee will handle

such projects as the career confer-'
ences.
Editing the booklet of women's
rules will be one of the tasks of
the League Evaluation Committee.
The third group will evaluate Lea-
gue projects and organization.
Nancy Wright, second vice-presi-
dent, explained the details of the
Buro-Cats.
The proposed Student Govern-
ment Council was outlined for
Senate by League President Lucy
Landers. At future meetings speak-
ers will present their cases for and
against SGC.

General Meeting
STUDENT PLAYERS'
for Fall production
"The Lady's Not For Burning"
Thurs., October 14,8 P.M.-League

Union Holds.
Photo Contest
For Students
Amateur Shutterbugs
Will Enter Snapshots
In Three Categories
Photographic equipment valued
at up to $100 is available to cam-
pus shutterbugs, male and female,
who enter the Union sponsored
photography contest opening to-
morrow.
Dick Cramer, contest chairman,
reports that pictures may be en-
tered until the end of October.
Camera enthusiasts should bring
their snapshots to the Union stu-]
dent offices between 3 p.m. and 5
p.m. on week days.
Strictly for amateur photo-
graphers, the awards will be made
in three different classes. The
first category will include shots
that feature the curricular phase
of the University. Extra-curricu-
lar subjects will compose the sec-
ond division and, community scenes
will be featured in the third.
All entries must be five by sev-
en inches in black and white.
Judging entries will be Prof.
Wilbur Peters of the physics de-
partment and Prof. Philip Davis
and David Reider of the College of
Architecture and Design.
Education Council-
Reports Projects,
New Members
New members of the Education
School Council have been chosen.
They include Robert Alexander,
Maxine Burnham, Shirleyan Chen-
nault, Beverly Falk, Kathy Ge-
muenden, Noreen Helliwell, Jan-
ette Hickey, Nina Katz, Leonard
Manheim, Carolyn Moeller, Sara
Roberts and Claudia Smith.
The Council serves to bring stu-
dents of the School of Education
both academic and social pro-
grams. Its function is to promote
better relations between students
and faculty, and to provide fur-
ther information for teachers.
Plans of the new Council for
this semester include monthly cof-
fee hours, a dance in November,
a variety night and preparation of
a practice teaching pamphlet.

By ELAINE EDMONDS
"Do it yourself!" This phrase
which has recently been sweeping
the country has not by-passed the
University.
Evidences of this trend toward
creativeness and craftsmanship
can readily be seen in the objects
which are the products of students'
free time.
Many an hour has been spent
in knitting by coeds. Argyles are
still a favorite, but also popular
Sophomores
Begin Plans
On, Scandals'
All sophomore women interested
in working on Soph Scandals this
year are urged to attend the mass
meeting planned for 7:30 p.m. to-
day in the League Ballroom.
The Central Committee has an-
nounced openings on poster, make-
up and decorations committees.
There are also positions available
for those who wish to work on pub-
licity, tickets or refreshments.
Posters, ushers and stunts are oth-
er committees with positions op-
en to coeds.
It is emphasized by the Central
Committee that no previous ex-
perience is necessary in order to
work on Soph Scandals. There are
places for everyone who wishes to
help.
Committee chairmen will ex-
plain the general plan for Soph
Scandals and the work of their
various committees. Then sopho-
mores will have an opportunity to
join the committee of their choice.
Singing and dancing parts for
women who are interested and no
special talent is required to take
part in these shows.
The show is scheduled for Fri-
day and Saturday, Dec. 3 and 4,
and is open to the entire campus
The theme has not yet been an-
nounced.

are sweaters, stoles and mittens.
Some students prefer to design
their own pattern and colors while
others choose to buy a kit which
includes the yarn and pattern.
The c u r r e n t popularity of
wrought iron furniture has also in-
fluenced the 'do it yourself' move-
ment. Students have discovered
that an attractive yet inexpensive
table can be made from a piece of
plywood and four wrought iron
legs.
Christmas Cards
Many artistically inclined stu-
dents have found that they can
create Christmas cards which al-
though inexpensive have a dis-
tinctively personal touch which de-
lights the receiver.
They can be made with block
prints, water colors or air brushes
on a variety of materials such as
paper, leather and even birch bark.
Blending in with the modern de-
cor of many dormitory, sorority
and fraternityy rooms are the var-

DO IT YOURSELF!--Enterprising students at the University are "doing it themseives." .the
right, a student craftsman painstakingly adds some finishing touches to his.model car. At the cen-
ter, twostudents relax with their knitting. In the background are twoshadowboxes also products
of student ingenuity. At the left, an artistic coed surveys one of her cards which is sure to de-
light the receiver at Christmas.
Do It Yourself Fad Hits Campus

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LEAUGE-There will be a meet- pha Chi Omega II; Alpha Xi Delta
ing of all activities chairmen at 3 vs. Kleinstueck I; At 7:15 p.m. Pal
p.m. today in the League. mer vs. Couzens I; Alpha Gamma
* * Delta vs. Newberry II.
EDUCATION SCHOOL - The * * *
School of Education is having$ a RIDING CLUB - The Riding
faculty-student coffee hour from 4 Club will hold a supper ride at 5:15
to 5 p.m. today. p.m. today. Members are asked to
* * * meet in front of the WAB.
SCROLL-There will be a meet- * * *
ing of Scroll at 4:30 p.m. today at SAINT JOAN-Ticket sales wil
the League. end at 5 p.m. tomorrow for Sain
* * * Joan.
INTERNATIONAL TEA-A mu- * * *
sicale program will highlight the MUSICALE-Sigma Alpha Iota
weekly International Tea to be and Mu Phi Epsilon, professiona
held fromn 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. to- music sororities, are presenting a
day at Rackham Hall. joint musicale at 8 p.m. Sunday
* * * Oct. 17, in the League.
VOLLEYBALL - The following
games will be played in the vol- ''. .. ... .. ..
leyball tournament: At 5:10 p.m. _
today-Alpha Omicron Pi vs. Al-

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