THlE MICHIGAN DAILY
Beauty Queen To Judge Displays
Assembly To Consider
New Dormitory Unit
To Be Awarded
Miss America of 1955, Lee Ann
Meriwether, ,will be a guest of
honor at the Homecoming Dance
to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday at the I-M Building.
Miss Meriwether will be one of
the judges of the Homecoming
displays at the various housing
groups on Saturday.
Announcement of the winners
of the display contest will be made
during Intermission at the dance.
The former Miss America will pre-
*sent the trophies to the winning
houses at that time.
Trophies To Be Presented
Three trophies for men's groups
and three for women's will be pre-
sented. According to the Home-
*coming Committee each house
that has a display'is requested to
*have a member at the dance so
that thes trophy can be presented.
Miss Meriwether isat this tim
on a national TV program.
The orchestra of Billy May will
~provide dance music for couples
7attending the Homecoming Dance.
"Showboat" has been chosen as
this year's theme and dance floor
decorations will carry out this
Brilliant lighting effects will
actually be the stage for the orch-
A gangplank for couples to stroll
up and observe those on the danc-
ing floor will add to the showboat
Appropriate wear for the affair
will be either dressy or cocktail
dresses for the women and dark
suits for the men.
STickets are being sold at various
places around campus. They may
be purchased at the Administra-
V tion Building, on the Diagonal,
Mason Hall, Engineering Arch,
SUnion, League, and in front of
'both South and East Quadrangles.
The dance, is being co-sponsored
*by the Union .and the League.
By BOBBIE PERLMAN
HOMECOMING--Lee Ann Meriwether, Miss America of 1955, will
attend the festivities here this weekend. She will judge the Home-
coming displays and award trophies to the winners. The presen-
tations will be made at the Homecoming Dance, to be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday in the I-M building.
Panihellenic Reveals Plans
The new women's housing unit
and rushing procedures wer dis-
cussed at the Assembly Dorm
Council meeting held Monday at
A newly formed rushing com-
mittee consisting of members of
Assembly, Panhellenic, IFC and
IHC met last Saturday to discuss
the problems involved in the pres-
eht rushing system and probable
solutions to these problems.
SThe committee will set up a
schedule involving different rush-
ing issues and how much time will
be alloted to each one. Among the
problems discussed were the rush-
ing parties, system of drops, the
interference of rushing with the
student's academic work and the
psychological effect of rushing on
students. Among the topics In-
cluded in this form are the effect
of rushing on dormitory living,
and the participation of pledges in
Also discussed at the Assembly
meeting was the new women's resi-
denha husng 100 tuens
Heights. An architect has been
hiredt an lasa re eng dra n
In connection with the building
of the proposed dorm, the question
of coed versus non coed living was
brought up. It was decided by a
committee that at this time a
To Beg in Tryouts
Ann Arbor women may now
compete in organized swimming
meets through the Ann Arbor
Girls Swimming Club, according
to Ella Rosted, manager of the new
The swimming club is coached
by Mrs. Rose Mary Dawson,
daughter of Matt Mann, former
University of Michigan swimming
coach. The club is organized to
give local women a chance at com-
petitive swimming and diving.
Meetings are held from 5 to 6
p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays
at the Tappan Junior High School
pool. Tryouts will begin today.
Women of all ages are urged to
n h e w nter season w im ig
womens dorm would serve the
campus better than a coed unit.
Reason for this decision were
concerned primarily with the dif-
ference in cost between a womens
dorm and a coed dorm. Another
important .consideration was the
matter of which type of dormitory
would serve the most students.
The question of keeping Prescott
and Tyler as women's dorms as
they are now was also brought up.
However, it was decided that if
the women have a new dorm along
with Prescott and Tyler Houses
the men would suffer in their
housing facilities. Therefore Pres-
cott and Tyler are being changed
back to men's dorms.
Concerning the Homecoming
display award, it was decided that
the judging of dorm displays will
take place between 10 and 11:30
a.m. Saturday. The award will be
presented at the Homecoming
Dance to a representative of the
Left open for discussion was the
question of dorm stores and the
problem of their being profitable
or non-profitable was considered.
eWOMEN'S SENATE-There will
4 p.m. today in the League.
* * *
BURO-CATS - There will be
meetings of the Buro-Cats' art and
activities committees at 4 p .m.
and 5 p.m. respectively today in
. . .*
A TH LE TIC MA N AG E RS -
House Athletic Managers will meet
at 5:10 p.m. today in the WAB.
* * *
SOPH SCANDALS-There will
be a Soph Scandals props commit-
tee meeting at 5 p.m. today, and
a refreshment committee meeting
at 7:30 p.m.
for that fresh fall look
f or fashionable hairstyling
The Dascola Barbers
near Michigan Theatre
TWE ED and SH ET LAND SKIRT
By BERNHARD ALTMANN
Made Osell for $12.95 and $14.95
This year's Panhel Ball will be
presented Zriday, 1'ov. 11, in the
League Ballroom by Panhellenic
las year's "Candyland"'rces gen-
eral chairman Martha Stockard of
Kap~pa Alpha Theta and her com-
Assisting Miss Stockard is Ann
Stewart of Delta Gamma, while
decorations have been planned by
Nancy Johnston of Alpha Delta Pi
and Judy Guest of Sigma Kappa.
. Tickets are being sold at the
individual sorority houses under
the direction of ticket chairmen
Ann Hammond of Delta Delta
Delta and Betty Doman of Alpha
Dianne Duncan of Alpha Chi
Omega assisted by Esther Richter
of Sigma Delta Tau and Mimi
Ryan of Alpha Xi Delta, is handl-
ing publicity for the dance.
Arranging for patrons and pro-
grams are Jane Holben of Delta
Delta Delta and Bea Minques of
Sigma Delta Tau.
wipecial guests for the evening
ilbesorority women from Indi-
ana University who will be attend-
ing the football game with the
Hoosiers the following day.
Housemothers and independent
guests of affiliated coeds have also
been invited to dance to the music
of Hal Singer and Bill Bottonly.
Before coming to the dance,
coeds and their dates will attend
punch parties in the sorority
An annual affair, the dance was
originally sponsored jointly by
Panhellenic and Assembly Associ-
Because of the increased enroll-
ta ilored skir ts by Bernha rd AlItmann
in beautiful imported Tweeds and Shetlands.
H alf-lined for better sha pe retention.
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R IVALRY OFF F IE LD:
Men' Gle Clu, Inian
To Give Combined Concert
Rivalry between the University
% of Michigan and Indiana Univer-
sity will continue off the football
* field, when the Men's Glee Club
of each school combine to present
a joint concert at 8:30 p.m. Satur-
~ day, Nov. 12, in HUI Auditorium.
Reserved seats will go on sale
Monday, Nov. 7, in the ticket office
of the Administration Building.
Orders are now being accepted
~ for block seats at 3519 Adminis-
Known as the Singing Hoosiers,
~ the Indiana Glee Club will bring
with them a group of ten coeds,
the Indiana Queens, who will be
featured In song and dance selec-
Oldest Musical Group
The University of Michigan
.~. Men's Glee Club, the oldest musi-
~ cal organization on campus, will
be directed by Walter S. Collins.
Serving the organization during
the academic year 1955-56, Col-
lins will be replacing Prof. Philip
A. Duey. on sabbatical leave.
The first combined University
Glee Club concert was with Cor-
nell, upon their invitation, in 1951.
The following year, the Glee
Club returned the invitation, and
the event turned out to be a suc-
cess. Other schools participating in
the joint programs have been
Michigan State and Ohio State
Popular since Its founding in
1859, the Men's Glee Club has
gained national' renown, appearing
in concerts from New York to
Oregon and, recently, in several
European countries on their sum-
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