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TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1040

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Interviews For League, Judiciary,
Assembly Councils To Begin Today

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Petitioners Will Be Heard
At 3 P.M. In League;
Thursday Is Deadline

Engagement Is

Told

Interviewing for positions

on

League Council and Judiciary Coun-
cil will be held from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
today, tomorrow, and Thursday in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League, Betty Slee, '40, chairman of
Judiciary Council, announced yester-
day.
All who come to be interviewed
should bring their eligibility cards
with them.
All junior women who petitioned
are eligible to be interviewed, and
are reminded that 5 p.m. Thursday
is the deadline. Positions on the
League Council open to women are
president, secretary, treasurer, two
vice-presidents-a tutorial chairman
and chairman of orientation, and
chairmen of the following commit-
tees: theater arts, publicity, social,
ballroom, dancing classes, candy-
booth and merit system.
Two sophomore positions are open
on Judiciary'Council for next year,
and one junior position. Announce-
ment of those who are appointed to
these positions will be made at the
annual Installation Banquet to be
held at the League in April, Miss
Slee said.
Qualifications taken into cons id-
eration in the judging of the appli-
cants for the positions are previous
record of extra-curricular activities,
leadership, initiative and coopera-
tion.
Dance Tickets
To Go On Sale
Starting Today
Military Ball Is Scheduled
April 25; Sale Is Held
A Engineering Annex
Tickets for the twenty-second an-
nual Military Ball, which will be
held Friday, April 25, in the Union
Ballroom, will be on sale from 5 p.m.
to 6 p.m. today at Room 303, West
Engineering Annex.
The sale, which is for advanced
course students only, will continue
daily from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. until
Friday, April 3. Ticket sales for re-
serve officers and basic students will
be announced at a later date.
Price of tickets is $3, and only 300
will be on sale, Frank R. Ellis, '41,
publicity chairman, announced yes-
terday.
Gilbert L. Stephenson, '41E, has
been named junior class representa-
tive of the Signal Corps by Walter E.
Clement, '40E, general chairman of
the dance.
Other members'of the central com-
mittee are Lowell R. Moss, '41E, fa-
vors Wendell E. Lenz, '40 F & C,
programs; Douglas C. Jeffrey, '41E,
decorations; Robert L. Brown, '40E;
Louis A. Hopkins, '40E; and Walter
A. Scoville, '40E.
Drill team tryouts will begin at
1 p.m. Saturday at Waterman Gym-
nasium.
Expert o Give
Demonstration
Of Cosmetics
In answer to the cry so often sent
up by women students who complain
that they are not able to master the
art of make-up, the League social
committee has arranged to have Mrs.
Theodore Whitney, who is an expert
on this subject, give a lecture and
demonstration at 4 p.m., Thursday
at the League.
Mary Minor, '40, chairman of the
social committee, stated that it. is

desired that members of the commit-
tee attend this talk, although it will
be of interest to all women on camn-
pus. Street make up, evening make-
up and other types will all be dis-
cussed by Mrs. Whitney who will
answer questions on personal prob-
lems following her talk.
Mrs. Whitney has traveled for sev-
eral leading beauty firms and has
been employed as an expert on the
subject of make-up with the movie
industry and in the East. She is
working with a local beauty shop at
the present time.
Union Coke Bar To Have
Four Groups As Guests
Special guests at the fourth weekly
Coke Bar, to be held from 4:30 p.m.
to 5:30 p.m. today in the small ball-
room of the Union, will be Pi Beta

New Officers To Feature
In Reorganization Plan;
Tomorrow Is Last Day
Interviews for the 1940-41 senior
positions on Assembly Council will
be held from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. to-
day and tomorrow in the Under-
;raduate Office of the League.
Ideas for arcy p:ans or projects
which could be sponsored under the
auspices of Assembly next year will
be considered at this time in filling
the positions, Mary Frances Reek,
'40, Assembly president, stated. For-
mer experience with Assembly work
and ability for capable leadership
along with the personal interview
will form the basis of the final se-
lections, Miss Reek continued.
Only second semester junior wo-
men who have submitted petitions
are eligible for interviewing.
The interviewing board is compos-
ed of the four officers of Assembly
and senior representatives of the Ann
Arbor Independents, the Dormitory
Board, and the League House Board.
In accordance with the proposed
reorganization of Assembly the new
officers will comprise the Assembly
Executive Board instead of the pres-
ent Assembly Council. The present
Assembly Board will be known in
the future as the Assembly.
Petitioning To Continue
Petitioning for the four offices of
Panhellenic Association will continue
until Thursday, Barbara Bassett, '40,
president, announced. All junior wo-
men who are members of the Council
are eligible.

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JUNE ELEANOR BOCK
Former Students
Reveal Betrothals
The engagement of June Eleanor
Bock, '40, to Robert L. Gach. of Ann
Arbor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Gach of Detroit, has been announced
by her father, Mt . 13. Jack Bock of
St. Clair. Miss Bock attended the
Layton School of Art, Milwaukee,
and the University of Michigan, and
is affiliated with Alpha XI Delta.
The wedding is planned for June 14.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Soule of Spring
Lake have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Virginia
Ruth, -'40, to Jack Nichols, '39E, of
Buffalo, New York.

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living or dead is purely intentional.
Scene I-panorama . . . Action begins with a series of flashes designed
to create an illusion of the carefree gaiety of college life. At the Phi Delt
dinner dance Halen Hey and Moyd Llowery whirl across the set and Go
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(Set direction, to Back Jensley: In the background soft lights touch 'a
symbolic arrangement of the Phi Delt pledge pin, crest, and pin.)
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trast a white floodlight is turned on the stark reality
of the life we know here, where the very atmosphere
is mercenary. Here is introduced the central character,
Michael, with a pipe and a shamrock. He wanders into
Capitalist Ball and over to a group around one of the
fluted columns, where he sees Harian Marris and Bruck
Chown, Lel Dakin and Waxine Malsh, and Hob Barrington and Cane Joupe.
One here turns to gaze on McKary Minnon and Horry Hawell, who
find their stocks have gone up one hundred per cent. With a lifted eyebrow,
Michael turns away whistling.
Scene III . .. Michael struts into Odonto Ball, where, ducking around
An Franderson and Hohn Jays, and bumping into Fobbie Bairbairn and
Shony Temiot, he goes down under a tangle of feet, and crawls rapidly (it,
finding himself outside the Beta house. He worms through a window, and
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lungs behind him.
Scene IV . . . Time has passed, and
upon resurrecting himself the next night,
he finds himself more at home at the Kappa Sigma bowery party, where he
joins Marjorie Miller and Oz Woodard expectantly at the bar, and is also
ignored by Mob Borrison and Gelen Hunther. Rette Beutter and Pob
Badgett at the JGP Party look promising, but poor Michael passes out at
their feet,
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