1943-12-01; Central Michigan Life
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VOLUME 25 »:. >. SUPPORT THE V-A'S MOUNT PLEASANT, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER "1, 1943 NUMBER 4 Council, Class Nominations' * * * * * # » * * Women Go to Polls Tomorrow Balloting Will Be from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Election Arrangements Made by Jackie Barret's Committee. Polls will be open from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m. tomorrow in the second floor foyer for Central's women to pick new AWS council members. Upperclass women and freshmen will elect either Pat Bates, Saginaw sophomore, or Louise Newton, Mt. Pleasant Sophomore, who are running for representative- at-large. In addition, the freshmen will decide between Jean "Scotty" Chishohn, Flint freshman, and Gwen Gwinn, Ludington freshman, for the office of freshman representative. Arrangements for the election have been made by Jackie Barret, Detroit sophomore, general chairman; Dorothy Naumes, Mt. Pleasant sopohomore; Jean Hitzler, Lansing sophomore; Dorothy Sweeney, Mt. Pleasant sophomore; Mary Ann Kumler, Mt. pleasant freshman; and Shirley, Fisk, East Leroy freshman. Winning candidates will take their places on the council with the members who were elected last spring. At present the council is made up of six girls with the Sloan hall representative and House Presidents' council chairman still to be appointed. These six incumbents are: Marjorie Anderson, Ludington senior, president; Frances Mewmaw, Royal Oak junior, vice president; Dorothy Miller, Alpena Senior, secretary; Mary Moore, Gladwin junior, treasurer; Jackie Barret, representa- tive-at-large; and Donna Meld, Manistee junior; Panhellenic representative. TO ALL ORGANIZATION PRESIDENTS! Before December 10, hand in to the Student Publications Office the following information, to be used ia the 1944 CHIPPEWA: 1. Do you want a page in the 1944 Chippewa? The price is ?12. 2. Aire you interested in having an extra picture on your page, a picture your group will hand in not later than Dec. 17, and the engraving charge for which (about $5) your group will pay. S. List your officers, advisor, patrons and patronesses, and complete membership. 4. List your social function®—off group activities—for the YEAR. Yon will know now the hi-lights of next semester. ARLENE HOPKINS, Editor, 1944 CHIPPEWA SURGICAL DRESSINGS The home economics room, W257, will be open. Wednesday, Dec. 1, from 7-9 ;3© p. in., for the surgical dressings worker®. . ' HOUSE PRESIDENTS House presidents will meet at 5 p. m, tod&gr in- Wl©?* D. LOUISE SHARP • ■ •• •■•■•« dEArf @F■'WOMEN Which Will It Be? Christmas Dance Committee Named Plans' for the Christmas ball are getting under way with the appointment of three people from the AWS, Men's union, and Student council, to act as a committee in charge. These are Glenna Douglas, AWS; Mary Moore, Student council; and John McHale, Men's union. This group will choose a general chairman for the dance. Sponsored by the AWS, union and council, the party will take place December 18, and will be semi-formal as in past years. Music will be furnished by an orchestra which has not as yet been selected. "Post Road" Cast Named by Moore TWO OF THESE four girls will be elected to positions on the Associated Women Students council at tomorrow's election. From left to right, Pat Bates, Saginaw sophomore, and Louise Newton, Mt. Pleasant sophomore, who are running for representative-at- large; Jean Chisholm, Flint freshman, and Gwen Gwinn, Ludington freshman, on the slate for freshman representative. Organizations Make Plans to Register for Victory Aides Red Cross Work Plans were made Monday noon to include other organizations, in addition to the sororities, in Red Cross surgical dressings and sewing work on campus. Presidents and representatives of the organizations met in Keeler union and were given blanks on which to register their club and rules were set up. Mrs. Harry Miller, Red Cross campus representative, explained the surgical dressings work to the girls. She urged the presidents to set their group's' quota low enough so that they would not have a great deal of trouble meeting it each week. Each organization will be responsible for its attendance, records and a bulletin board will be used in the sewing room to show the comparative attendance of each organization. Freshmen girls' who are not yet members of any other organization are requested to sign up for the Keeler Union "Records" Another Saturday Dance "Open House" at Iteeler Saturday night was -staged on an informal note, with dancing to- recordings, and games in the lounge and game room. Hostesses, the presence of several well-known alumni, and boy and girl "dummy brooms" in a robber dance, added notes of festivity to the evening. Irene Butkowski, Dear- ;born senior, was chairman of the event. All hostesses were freshmen jgirls. i Wiomem?' V*te tor. Aw8"-«|pi»- ©gataifyes •toraiittratfwH'' ! work either in the dormitory or in dean of women's office. Girls who are not interested in making surgical dressings' were urged by Marjorie Anderson, who presided at the meeting, to help with the sewing of hospital supplies, Mondays at 7:30 p.m. ZJtrS. Miller pointed' out that some of these supplies made in Mt. Pleasant have been used in our own health service and sent to Selfridge field. A schedule, of the days' the organizations are to work will be made out as soon as the blanks are returned to the dean of women's office, on or before December 8. Those organizations represented were the Commerce club, Helen R. Emmons, Masquers, Mercier, the Freshman class, Interfaith council, and the Appleblossom club. Players Will Present Two Performances January 10-11. The cast for "Post Road," the first play to be presented by the play production class this season, has been announced by Dr. Wilbur E. Moore, head of the speech department. Major roles will be played by Margaret Cook, Scottville senior; Ruth Horn, Pinconning junior; Edward Moser, Decatur, Ind. sophomore; Harry Mossiman, Columbia, 111. junior; and Walter Tuppy, Chicago sophomore. The supporting cast includes Bette Baldwin, Tuscola junior; Glenna Douglas, Lyons sophomore; Warren Giese, Milwaukee sophomore; Richard Goodman, Brooklyn, N. Y. freshman; Morris Lease, Williams'- ton sophomore; June Ross, Cass City sophomore; Jeanne Stevens', Grand Rapids senior; Efula Totting- ham, Stanton junior; and Bill; Ward, Flint junior. The players have begun the' series of 46 rehearsals scheduled to precede the performances to be given here January 10 and 11, 1944. Your last chance! Make nominations for Student council vice president and class officers now before it's too late!! tudent Interest lowest in Years Reports Indicate Few Petitions in Circulation; Activity Tickets Must Be Validated. One of the most lackadaisical campaigns-in Central's political history limped slowly toward a close this week with deadlines for nominations only a few days off. All petitions must be turned in to the student personnel offfce by 5 p. nL, Friday, Dec. 8. Any not in by that time will not be considered. Petitions turned in will be checked for duplication of signatures, etc., and a list of nominees' names will be published in the December 8 issue of LIFE. These names will be placed on ballots for the December 13 election. Few Petitions Out Only some dozem petitions were in circulation -Monday morning to nominate candidates for 13 major campus offices, according to the student personnel office. These were all in the hands of individuals, since campus political parties of former years have not been revived for this fall's campaign. It was thought probable that more petitions would go out as student interest increased with the approaching deadline. Offices for which candidates must? be nominated by Friday include student council vice-president, wh© will take office as president at the beginning of the second semester;-, and presidents, vice- presidents',, secretaries, and treasurers, of the three upper classes. Validate Activity Tickets Students who as yet have not hacf their student activities' tickets vali~ dated are urged to do so before December 13 for those people having unvalidated tickets will not be eligible for voting. This restriction is made because 50 cents of the fee is turned over to class activities' funds. Theta Sigma Upsilon Sorority to Have Party for WAVE Theta sigs1 will gather at the home; of Miss Pauline Bodgers, faculty adr' visor, tonight at 7:15 to honor Jane Crippen, WAVE alumna. Plans will be made for a rummage sale at' the Methodist parsonage Saturday,' Dec. 4. Perfect comeback. Civilians on campus serenading the dorm were greeted with a blast of "Anchors Aweigh" from Sloan windows. Far from being non-plussed, the men merely walked away with a beautifully rendered version of "Alma Mater" echoing behind them. # *. *' Half the' dorm is down with codes and wad happeds. At nine ©'clock Friday mording Mtege : Kelly and' Barb Ellis come' dowd ^ the. sidewalk lieMng' ice-cpeaan i ©ones. NMeta de' sitording. B.'aM a I By Ami Gidilewich Sadie, the calisthenie canine; Joyce "Van Pete" Petton and Mary Jean Coon didn't complain when Sadie and her cronies celebrated Thanksgiving vociferously at two in the morning. In fact, they brought her !up to 334 with a- sort of groggy good-nature. However, it was more groggiftess than good-nature when Sadie insisted upon going out to six o'clock calisthenics iri&i her Navy friends. Sadie's welcome- mat has been taken in. s ■■•>." *■ » i ; Steam' wa© a; lonely |piac$: -'with j«inly' tW'W' titoee' left';i*i'v«i&h" )«M^-Tl^^ivi^'fey4'l:'^e''^0ll^'.. * trade seems to have stmred power- fal ambition in a few cases. Irene Buffcotyvski* Pat Bates;, and thfe - "chaps" waxed their floors with < more or less assistance from vari- - oils bystanders. Quaint quotation of the week conies from.* Mrs. Niggeman, SIoaii*; hall director. ,One of Og;den Nash'S" less confusing compositions. 'u ''Sure, deck your lower limhs i& pants, *'•" Youf^are the limbs, iny sweetmg..^ You' look divine as yon Mvande7 '' Haye you seen yourself reteafcmglf-•' -•^Huff'gsifl; ■■■■: "•■ ■■'"; .-'** --••v7.
|Title||1943-12-01; Central Michigan Life|
|Publisher||Students of Central Michigan University|
|Description||Issue of the student newspaper of Central Michigan University. Also known as CM-Life. Originally published biweekly. Later published three times a week during the academic year and once a week during the summer. Began publication in 1941. Previously known as Central State Life. Issues from 1999 to the present are available online at the CMLife website.|
|Subject/Keywords||Central Michigan University - Newspapers; Mount Pleasant (Mich.) - Newspapers; Isabella County (Mich.) - Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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