Assembly Reports on Workshop
5 ON FASHIONS
sr long or short, straight
campus hairdos all favor
day of classes and coffee'
ve§ little time for putting:
not into topnotch condi-
the practical coed looks'
A solution for hair that's "too
pretty" to cut, but too long to
manage . .the pony tail! Perky
above sweaters by day, it can look
glamorous above the dressiest vel-
vets by night when curled and
twined with ribbons or pearls.
Perennially popular with teen-
agers and coeds as well is the very
short "feather cut." The hair is
one and a half to four inches in
length all around the head and is
shingled in back European style.
Its,,patural, soft look makes it per-
fact for college life.
Coeds who want to add height to
their face find the "easy do cam-
Last Saturday in their firstor-
ganizational meeting of the year
Assembly Association held a work
shop in the Michigan League.
Housemothers, house, officers an
other interested students attended
the morning meetings. They dis-
cussed and exchanged ideas os
common problems and duties.
In the first half -of the meetin
they split up into eight discussion
groups each led by an Assembl
Board member to give suggestion
Dean Deborah Bacon, Dean El- The newly developed secretariat
- sie Fuller, and members of the committee of Assembly announced
Board of Governors, Prof. Lionel its chairmen recently. Vivian Sol-
d Laing of the political science de- ganic, office; Mimi Barndt, public-
d partment 'and Leonard Schaadt, ity; and Claudia Teatsworth, re-
n business manager of the residence search.
halls, were guests of honor at the The office section will do all
g luncheon given after the workshop secretarial duties and help with
n in Stockwell Hall. other necessary chores.
invites you to
and get ideas.
t They were: big sister, social,
scholarship, activities, treasury,
secretarial, vice-presidential and
After a short coffee break the
women again separated, each go-
ing to the group discussing a
problem in which they were inter-
The five topics, included: inte-
gration, how Assembly dan be more
effective, implications of spring
rush, alumnae programs in the
residential halls and the coopera-
tives' place on campus.
These topics were chosen to
stimulate some thinking on prob-
lems that may come up, befone
they really are a problem.
attend the fall showing,
tember 27th and Satur-
. .. "duck tall"
a hair style that is chic and
1 requires minimum attention.
'he pixie cut is a style suited to
y a few faces, and those lucky
find that it seldom, if 'ever,
ds setting. The hair is combed
ward all around, with "pixies"
from temple to forehead.
nn Arbor showers have a way
turning ringlets to stringlets,
the popular' "duck tail" coif-
e bears up under water almost
well as its namesake. The sides
combed back and the hair is
pt into a "split, duck tail" in
back. French curls may be,
tured across the forehead for
horoughly feminine touch.'
>ph Show Sets
Che mass meeting for the sopho-
re class production of "Girl
azy" will be held., at 7:30 p.m.
orrow in the League.
Lt 'this time students may sign
to work on any of the com-
ttees: productions, costumes,
ps, make-up, programs, pub-
ty, and stunts.
Tryouts for acting, singing, and
ncing talents will start at 6:45
a. Thursday. The final casting
isions will be made this week
The show will be produced No-
;ber 14, 15 and 16 at the Lydia
'Girl Crazy," the class's choice
'the second Soph Show produc-
, is adapted from a book by
:y Bolton and John McGowen.
e two-act play was first staged
f930 with music and lyrics by
orge and Ira Gershwin.
The play is the story of a mil-
naire's son, sent West to cure
> tastes for liquor and women.
eluded in the musical score are
ah favgrites as "I've Got Rhy-
m," "Embraceable You," "But
t for Me," "Bidin' My Time"
: "Barbary Coast."
Adrienne Richards and Larry
lvel are general co-chairmen of
cen'tral committee. Returning
ain this year to assist the group,
professional Ted Heusel of the
.n Arbor Civic Theater.
n 1956 Soph Show, the first
-ed production, was presented on
e', University, campus. Encour-
ed by the success of last year's
ass presentation of "Good News,"
e central committee for "Girl
azy" hopes to follow suit giving
eaudience and participants a
of Singing and Speaking
«.«. "pony tail"
pus cut" a nice solution. Deep side
and back waves frame the face
prettily, and the waved bangs are
raised to give additional length to
the wearer's face.
Another hairdo aimed at adding
height to the face is the Italian
cut. Bangs wave high over the
forehead in a cut that is slightly:
longer than the others but very
GLEE CLUB... There will be a
mass meeting at 7:30 p.m. tonight
at the Union for all men interested
in joining the Glee Club. Prof.
Philip Dewey, director, will hold
auditions during the rest of the
week. There are openings for ap-
proximately 35 men.
LEAGUE COUNCIL ... League
Council will meet at 7 p.m. tonight
in the Women's League.
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INTERNATIONAL CENTER ...
The International Center Tea will
be held from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Center. Allare welcome
at the weekly social event.
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