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TMJRSDAY, DECEMBER 13; 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FrV E

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13; 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVI

League To Sponsor
Spring Record Dances

Various Committee Areas Open to Bureaucrats

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,By SUE RAUNHEIM

Senior Night chairmen were an-
nounced at the League Council
meeting Tuesday.
Peggy Ross is general chairman{
and assisting her is Millie Rowe.
Phyllis Singer is in charge of
ticket sales and Diane Modzell is
patrons chairman.
Publicity for Senior Night will
be handled by Mary Namen and
Cathy Campbell will take care of
the entertainment. Senior Night,
the annual senior class event, will
be held in March 1957.
League to Sponsor Dance
The Council has been consider-
ing the idea of having League
record dances in the spring. On
Tuesday, Ted Heusel, director of
the Ann Arbor Civic Theater andl
local disc jockey, addressed the
council and explained that this
type of dance has been very suc-
cessful on the West Coast.
} He stated that the records could
be broadcast for two hours on a
Saturday night and students who

have attended an early movie or
concert could come over and dance
for the remainder of the evening.
He added that the League might
ask Ann Arbor stores to sponsor
the program so that all profits
from the dance would go to theI
League.
Further Incentive
One of the Council members
remarked that students driving in
cars, or sitting home listening to
the radio, might tune in the pro-
gram and decide to come over to
the League and dance awhile.
Another member mentioned that
if the new system of women's hours
is passed, it would be practical to
have a League record dance be-
cause students would have a later
curfew on Saturday nights.
It was also brought out that the
University calendar is solidly
packed for the spring semester
and this dance might conflict with
other activities.
After discussing the pros and
cons of such a venture, Sue Ar-
nold called for a vote on the mo-
tion which stated that the League
should sponsor such a dance. The
Council members were in favor of
the idea.
Miss Arnold announced that
Carole Sparkie, 1st Vice-President
of the League, has been appointed
to the Student Governnent Coun-
cil Reevaluation Committee. Mem-
bers of the Council were urged to
give her any suggestions they
might have.

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Two years ago, the League
started a new organization, the wishing to find out the past record will speak about their League posi-
Burocats, under the direction of , of activities of any woman. tions.
the second vice-president. An art committee was started to Chairmen to Speak
The Burocats were to help with take care of bulletin boards, Mary Klauer, chairman of spe-
the secretarial work in the Under- posters, and decorations. For the cial events, Connie Hill, social
graduate office of the League. The past few weeks this committee chairman, and Barbara Humph-
purpose of the Burocat organiza- has been making Christmas cards, rey, chairman of merit tutorial
tion was to inform these women designed by their members, for committee. will explain to the
about the League and give them the League. Burocats, how their committees
experience in League activities. . function;
Originally the Burocats con- Revise League Encyclopedia An Advisory Board, composed of
sisted only of a secretariat com- Another group, the League Re- --
mittee. These women typed and search Committee, has replaced
did other similar jobs. As interest! the Senate Research Committee.
grew, the Burocats expanded.! These women are currently re-
Four other committees were added. vising the League Encyclopedia, a

the committee chairmen, is headed
by Maureen Isay, second vice-pres-
ident of the League.
Committee chairmen include:
Donna Wickham, league research;
Ferin Frisby, secretariat and Sue
Janetzke, art.
Arline Harris is chairman of the
activities committee, while Gerry
Wise heads the receptionist com-
mittee.

Information Booths Added
A receptionist committee was'
placed in charge of the informa-1
tion booths in the League lobby
and in the undergraduate office.
In order to have an activities'
record for every woman on cam-
pus, an activities committee was'

notebook in which the duties and
qualifications for all League posi-
tions are listed.
These five committees now have
150 members, and have become an
efficient team, on which many
people depend.
A mass meeting of all Burocats

-Daily-Ed Graff
BALLOONS--People enjoy their dinner amid festive atmosphere
created by colorful ascension balloons made by Prof. Alexander
L. Pickens' art education class.

SPIRITS SOAR AT CHRISTMAS:

formed. This record is available will be held at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow
to all honoraries and other groups in the League. Three special guests
SUITS, DRESSES, COATS
Cleaned and pressed . . . 99c
TROUSERS and SKIRTS
Cleaned and Pressed . . . 50e
SAME-DAY SERVICE
SUN CLEANERS
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Co-op Wins
In Volleyball

Henderson House wins again!
For the second time this fall
this University women's co-opera-
tive house has won an all-campus
event. This time they won the
volleyball tournament. Before, it
was for their homecoming display.
Coeds from Henderson defeated
the women of Martha Cook, de-
fending champions, by the score
of 33 to 31.
Acting captain for the winning
team was Kay Weaver, and Star
Holland was captain for the Cook
team.
Playing the B division of the
tournament last evening was Chi
Omega against the women of
Stockwell.
Mary Kay Bewalda was captain
for Chi Omega and Marlene
Rhodes was captain for the Stock-
well team.
Chi Omega won by the score of
36 to 23, thus gaining the right to
challenge Cook at 5:10 p.m. Tues-
day in Barbour Gym.'
If the coeds from Chi Omega
win that game they will be able
to challenge Henderson after va-
cation.

Colorful Balk
Add Atmospi
By CAROLYN MILLER
"Spirits Soar at Christmas" is
the theme carried out in the deco-
rations of the League cafeteria.
The unusual ascension balloons'
seen in the dining room, are the
creations of the students in Prof.
Alexander Pickens' art education
class.
Each student in the class per-
sonally designed the 29 balloons
hanging from the ceiling of the
room. They used three layers of
paper mache to cover the full-,
'blown balloons. This paper was
then painted and clever patterns
were added.

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iere to League

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WAA: Women's basketball tour-
nament will be held at 5:10 p.m.
tonight with Gamma Phi Beta
challenging Alpha Omicron Pi and
Delta Delta Delta competing
against Adelia Cheever.
* * *

RESIDENCE HALLS-Associatej
members may obtain membership
cards entitling them to purchase
meal tickets in the dormitories,
any day from 3 to 5 p.m. in the
League Undergraduate office.
* * *
SOPH SHOW RECORD-Stu-
dents who wish to obtain the Soph
Show record containing all the
musical numbers, may do so by
leaving their names with the social
director in the League Undergrad-
uate office.

Intricacy of Designs
Some of the color combinations
are yellow-beige-orange, purple
and red, green-silver-violet, and
gold-black-green. Most of the bal-
loons have sparkles emphasizing
the intricacy of designs.
The two month project of the
class was initiated by Miss Wilma
Steketee, Manager of the League.:
Julie Fahnestock, public rela-
tions chairman of the League,
directed the trimming of the re-
mainder of the building. She was

assisted by Gertrude Scheib, chair-
man of the house committee.
Coeds Hung Mobiles
Coeds, working under their di-{
rection, have hung mobiles and
sparkling fans in the snack bar.
They used ideas from 'House Beau-
tiful' magazine in making the
chandeliers which hang in the(
main hallway.
The traditional tree in the cen-
ter of the lobby is strikingly
sprayed white and hung with red
and white candy canes. This tree I
is from University property, ? For SeilGfsi' nFrs f
The third floor is also decorated Special Gifts, i s on Forest off S.U.
with mobiles which were made by For Special People . . . and 1111 S.U.
members of the art conimittee, near the Diag
In appreciation for their serv-.
ices, the League entertained both Open tomorrow eve.
groups at a luncheon in their and all eves. next week
honor. Everyone is delighted with
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