TUE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1954
uEN/AY.iSEPTEMBERA~- .1.. . -
Boxy suit of chevron tweed
*. . $39.95
Tiny head hugger of heather
mix felt . . $5.95
Pull on gloves of fine cotton
Silk ascot . . . $1.95
We've got designs on you . . . wonderful youthftl
styles from the sketchbooks of the country's lead-
ing designers. Everything from little-girl-look
jumpers to newly sophisticated tweeds . . . plus
hundreds of your favorite mix-match separates. All
exclusively styled to flatter both your junior-size
figure and your junior-size budget. Drop in and
look over the '54 fashion field.
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AT RIGHT is Koret's roxford flannel
... with velvanyl jewel neck blouse
in August Mademoiselle.
slim jumper . . . $17.95
.. .$5.95 . . . as seen
MAINSHOP on Forest
just off South U.
1111 South U.
near East U.
Variety is the word when it
comes to study facilities at the
University, and students mayj
choose practically anything from
small, homey lounges to large
rooms of modern design.
Rooms in the League, Union
and Lane Hall are available in ad-
dition to the General Library and
the numerous divisional libraries.
The League offers a place for
women to study with their dates in
the third floor Henderson Room,
Concourse and the Barbara Little
listening rooms. The atmosphere
is informal with comfortable
chairs, couches and tables. Smok-
ing is permitted in these rooms.
They are open from 9 a.m. to
noon, 1 to 5:30 p.m. and 7 to 10
p.m. Monday through Thursday;
from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5:30
p.m. on Fridays and from 2 to
5 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m. on Sun-
day. They are closed on Satur-
The League Library, also on the
third floor of the League, is open
only to women, while the Union
Ioffers coed studying.
The General Library and its di-
visional libraries hold regular
hours throughout the school year:
from 8 a.m. to 5 -p.m. Monday
,through Friday; 7 to 10 p.m. Mon-
day through Thursday and 8 a.m.
to noon Saturday. In addition the
Business Administration Library
is open from 2 to 6 p.m. on Sun-
days. The other divisional libra-
ries include education, natural re-
sources, natural science, social
science, fine arts, music and engi-
BURO-CATS--Nancy Wright, second vice-president of the
League and chairman of the newly created branch of the
Secretariat, the Buro-Cats, is explaining committee work to
Jane Holben, who is adding her name to the list of League
helpers, and Ruth Budoff, both freshmen nurses at the Uni-
Buro-Cats Formed.To Help
Other Branches of League
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New branch of the Secretariat of
the Women's League, the Buro-
Cats are the office helpers for all
The Buro-Cats are divided into
three sub-branches; secretariat,
Senate research and emergency
and hostess committees. These po-
sitions are open to every woman
on campus, and freshmen are es-
pecially urged by Chairman Nancy
Wright to petition for these jobs,
giving them an opportunity to know
the League officers and other stu-
dent and faculty heads at the Uni-
The secretariat committee takes
care of all the clerical work and
general office work connected with
the various committees of campus
class projects, such as Fresh Week-
end, Soph Cabaret and JGP.
Under the heading of the Senate
research committee, coeds will col-
lect information for discussion of
all-campus issues at weekly Sen-
ate meetings and will be respon-
sible for mailing this material to
senators three or four days prior
to each meeting.
The emergency and hostess com-
mittee will man a permanent in-
formation booth in the League lob-
by for visitors and freshmen and
will help in the League Undergrad-
uate Office. They will also act as
an emergency committee when
poster or other committees of class
projects need assistance.
A rotation plan will be carried
out between the three committees,
so that members will have an op-
portunity to become acquainted
with all phases of the work. Stu-
dents are urged to sign up for the
Buro-Cats in the League Under-
There will be a mass meeting
for all students interested in hear-
ing more about the Buro-Cats at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12 in the
League. At this time, coeds will
meet the presidents of the League
Panhel, Assembly, and other offi-
cers who will explain the workings
of the new committee.
Pep Rallies Sponsored
By Wolverine Club
On most college campuses stu-
dents are sure to find a booster or-
ganization for school spirit.
Here at the University, that or-
ganization is called the Wolverine
Club. In addition to its better known
activities such as sponsoring the
Block 'M' section at the University
games and pep rallies, the Wolver-
ine Club also fulfills a service func-
tion by working in conjunction
with the Special Trips Committee.
In this way, it branches out to
provide student transportation to
the airport for football games and
at vacation time, as well as help-
ing to arrange rides to away
games on other campuses.
This aspect of the Wolverine
Club is handled by a Special Af-
fairs Committee, which also is re-
sponsible for selling Michigan but-
tons that are worn at the games.
All members of the Block M'
section wear these buttons to des-
ignate them from the rest of the
students. The Block 'M' section for
this season has already been filled
and a meeting of all members will
be held at 7 p.m. tonight in Hill Au-
One of the main purposes of the
Block 'M' section is to promote
school spirit and add to the pres-
tige and tradition of the Univer-
sity. Block 'M' works with the
backing of the Student Legislature
and with the permission of the
Board in Control of Intercollegiate
The 1200 seats of the card sec-
tion are located between the 20 and
35 yard line, giving freshmen and
other students the advantage of
This year Block M' will employ
30 new designs using eight new colr
ors with flips and moving stunts.
Special ones like those used last
year during the ceremopy honor-
ing the anniversary of Engineering
School and the regular designs
such as "U of M," "Michigan," a
block "M," and "Hi Alums" will
also be seen at the Saturday
The Wolverine Club itself is 0e
ganized into various committees
such as the special affairs and pub-
Joel Kaplan, chairman of the
Wolverine Club this year, and the
rest of the oentral committee is
anxious that the student body be-
come acquainted with the work-
ings of this organization in all its
These will be an open meeting
at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Septem-
ber 23. Anyone who is interested
in working on any of the various
committees is urged to attend.
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