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Judiciary,

League Offices
Will Be Filled
Petitioning To Close Saturday;
Interviewing To Be March 3-;
Chairmen Will Be Chosen
Petitioning for positions on the
1942-1943 League Council and the
Judiciary Council will begin tomor-
row and will continue through noon
Saturday. Interviewing will then be
held by the present Judiciary Coun-
cil from Tuesday, March 3, through
Saturday, March 7, in the League.
The positions which are open to
present juniors on the League Coun-
cil include those of president, who
acts as coordinator of League work;
secretary, who handles correspond-
ence, and treasurer, who is in charge
of finances.
Offices To Be Filled
Vice-president in charge of the fall
and winter orientation programs for
freshmen and transfer students, and
vice-president in charge of the tutor-
ial system will also be selected at this
time.
Committee chairmanships which
are open are those of the social com-
mittee, which handles such functions
as style shows and Ruthven teas;
Theatre-Arts committee in charge of,
Children's Theatre productions, and
the dance class committee whichj
sponsors the dancing classes offered
by the League.
Other committee heads who will be
selected are the candy booth com-
mittee which operates the dormitory,
and University Hall sales booths;
the merit system committee which
records all activities of campus wo-
men, and the house committee in
charge of student rooms, publicity
for League activities, and the 7-11
Club.
Three To Be Chosen
Three members of the 1942-1943
Judiciary Council will be selected.
Sophomores may petition for the two
junior positions, whereas juniors
may petition for the single senior
job. The chairman of Judiciary
Council, Women's Editor of Thet
Daily, Assembly president, Panhel-
lenic president, and president of WAA}
will be chosen at a later date.
Announcement of those who have1
been selected to fill positions on both
the Undergraduate Council of the
League and on Judiciary Council is
traditionally made at the annual In-
stallation Banquet held in April in
the main ballroom of the League.
Business Staff
Of M Yearbook
Wants Tryouts
Two plus two makes four, add to
that knowledge a burning fervour
to "do things" on campus, to get
valuable experience in an unforget-
table way and you're eligible for the
'Ensian Business Staff!
Advertising, salesmanship and ac-
counting are all incorporated in Busi-
ness Staff activities, for putting out.
the yearbook involves many skills for
a year-round period. All publicity is
handled by this staff, as well as sell-
ing and making up adds, contacting.
local merchants and balancing the'
budget.
Soph tryouts will find eight junior
positions open to them. There are
five junior girls who work with the
Women's Business Manager and who
receive bonuses. The Women's Busi-
ness Manager, a salaried position, is
held by a senior. Three junior busi-

ness managers who all aspire to be-
coming head man in their senior
year, hold salaried positions.
In addition to these paying jobs,
the 'Ensian offers a 50 dollar schol-
arship to any member of the business
staff who maintains a B average
after working four semesters on the
staff, and 50 more for each additional
semester.
Gerald Hewitt, 'Ensian editor,
urges all sophs and second-semester
freshmen to tryout for the business
staff.

Janet Hiatt, Women's Editor,
Weds Lt. Hooker In Rochester

Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Hiatt, of
Washington, D.C., announce the mar-
riage of their daughter, Janet Hiatt,
'42, Women's Editor of The Daily, to
Lieut. Wilbor H. Hooker, son of Mrs.
Paul Hooker, of Niagara Falls.
The ceremony, which took place at
4 p.m. yesterday, at St. Thomas Epis-
copal Church in Rochester, N.Y., was
performed by Mr. Carl Stoll, cousin
of the bridegroom. After the wedding
a reception was held at the home of
Mrs. William J. Myers, sister of the
Ibride.
Mildred Radford, '42, was maid of
honor for Mrs. Hooker, and Mrs.
Myers was matron of honor. Best
man was Tom Hooker, brothr of the
bridegroom. After the reception the
couple left on a week's trip, after
which Mrs. Hooker will return to
school here, until graduation.
Mrs. Hooker, in addition to her
work on The Daily, was in charge of
costumes for the Mimes production
this year, danced in JGP, is a mem-
ber of Scroll, of the League Council,
and of Alpha Chi Omega. She was
also rushing secretary of her sor-
ority last year, and a member of
Crop and Saddle, women's riding
club.
Lieutenant Hooker was graduated
from the University of Rochester in
1940, was president of Alpha Delta
Phi, a member of Interfraternity
Council, and of Pro Concordia, honor
society. At present he is with the
Armored Force at Fort Knox, Ky.
Board Petitions
Due Saturday
Interviews For Panhellenic
Positions To Begin March 2
Petitioning for Panhellenic Board
positions will start tomorrow and con-
tinue all this week until noon Satur-
day. Petitioners will be interviewed'
at the League next week, between
3 p.m. and 5 p.m. Monday, March 2,
Wednesday, March 4, and Friday,
March 6.
Girls who have been, or are now,
Panhellenic representatives to the
Council, are eligible to petition for
the positions of president, treasurer,
secretary, rushing secretary, or social
chairman of the Board.
Interviewing will be done by the
present officers of the Panhellenic
Council. Comprising this Executive
Board are Patricia Hadley, '42, presi-
dent; Jean Manwaring, '42, secretary;
Rosalie Smith, '42, treasurer; Lois
Basse, '42, rushing secretary, and
Annajean Williams, '42, social chair-
man.ygr h s'2,sca hi-
Any girl who is unable to come
for an interview at the specified
times should notify a present member
of the Executive Board. New offi-
cers will be named at the annual
Installation Banquet, to be held
sometime in the early part of April.

Defense Cuts
Refreshments
Of Coke Bfar
Harriet Boyer Will Be Hostess1
Of Informal Afternoon Dancej
In Large Ballroom Of Union
National Defense has struck a blows
at the Coke Bar and for the first time
in history this informal dance will l
belie its name and serve ginger ale
instead of the generally accepted
college beverage.
The change which last week's Coke
Bar featured will be repeated as
Tuesday's Coke Bar will also be held
in the Union's large ballroom. This
will give Michigan Arthur Murrays
plenty of room to practice their new-
est dance steps to the music of the
nation's most popular bands.
However, the time of the Coke Bar
remains unaltered and per usual it
will be held from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The Coke Bar's popular custom of
having a hostess will be continued
as Harriet Boyer, '45, will officiate
Tuesday.
Bob Templin, '43, general chair-
man, urges everyone to attend and
points out that this dance furnishes
one of the best ways the 'campus
offers to make new acquaintances
Special invitations have been issued
to six groups for this second coke
bar of the semester. This list in-
cludes Helen Newberry, Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma, Prescott House, Stock-
well Hall, Theta Xi and Greene
House.

German Students Will Be Hosts
And Hostesses At Tea Tuesday

A German Tea will be held from 4
p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Grand
Rapids Room in the League under
the sponsorship of Dean Alice Lloyd,
and the direction of Mrs. Ruth L.
Wendt.
The students of German will act
as hosts and hostesses, and those
students whose native tongue is Ger-
man or who studied in Germany, such
as the Turkish students, are cooper-
ating. A local record shop is also
furnishing German records to ac-
company folk singing. There will be
a small charge for refreshments.
Mrs. Wendt expressed the opinion
that there seems to be greater inter-
est in languages as evidenced by the
attendance of 100 students at the
French tea held several weeks ago,
usually the hardest tea at which to
obtain a good crowd.I
She also stated that for those in-
terested in more language practice,
a German round table is held weekly

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from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday it
the International Center, and that
next week German Lieder .olk-
songs) will be included in the pro-
gram.
This German Tea is one of a series
sponsored throughout the year by
Dean Lloyd and Mrs. Ruth L. Wendt.
Other teas are also held for Spanish,
French, Russian and Japanese lan-
guage students.
Badminton Matches
Are Posted In Gym
Women's Intramural Badminton
Tournament Matches have been
posted in Barbour Gymnasium. These
include novice singles and advanced
singles and doubles.
House athletic managers are asked
to notify participants in their houses
that their matches will be automat-
ically defaulted if not played on or
before the date listed in Barbour
Gymnasium. For further informa-
tion, women may call Marjorie Gei-
fel at 2-3225.

JANET HIATT
SAR, Forum
Join To Hold
Patriotic Fest
Rev Dr. Patt To Address Group
With 'An Epic Of America'; 14
Societies To Be Represented
Ann Arbor organizations and soci-
eties are joining in a patriotic cele-
bration honoring Washington's birth-
day at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the High{
School PattengillAuditorium.
The Rev. Dr. Leonard A. Patt will
deliver the main address, the subject
of which will be "An Epic of America."
In connection with his talk he will
use large posters of various important
scenes in American history. Father
G. Warren Peck will deliver the in-
vocation.
Organizations Listed
Among the organizations joining in
the celebration are the Boy Scouts,
the Girl Scouts, the American Legion,
the Daughters of the American Revo-
lution, the Volunteer Service of Civil-
ian Defense, the University of Michi-
gan ROTC and the Naval ROTC.
Also present will be representatives
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Dis-
abled American Veterans, United
Spanish War Veterans, Elks, Knights
of Pythias, Auxuiliary of the Sons of
the Veterans of the Civil War and
Matillda Perrine-the Auxiliary of
United Spanish War Veterans.
Open To Public
The meeting is being sponsored by
the Sons of the American Revolution
in cooperation with the Ann Arbor
forum.
The meeting, held for the purpose
of stimulating the concepts of Ameri-
can life, American freedom and all
the ideals for which our nation has
stood throughout its existence as a
united people, is open to the public.
The Sorority Chaperons Society
will meet at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in
the League. Mrs. Norris Wentworth
is in charge of the meeting at which
Dean Joseph Bursley will speak.

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SCOOP!
Calkins-Fletcher has just re-
ceived a stock of 2x3 and 3x4
Speed Graphics! This will
probably be their last shipment
of these cameras, sooo- Let
a word to the wise be suffic-
ient.
IT'S A MATCH .. .
And a very practical one at
taht--the three piece suit at
the Campus Shop. Nothing can
add more to your Spring ward-
robe than one of these pastel
suits with a coat to match. Just
what you need on which to
base your whole wardrobe. The
coat will look very smooth over
date dresses as well as skirts
and sweaters. Be practical as
well as smart this spring.
4!
SUCCESS STORY ...
Heigh ho and away they go -
Yes, indeed - we're sure that's
just what will happen when
you see the new jerkin sets at
Collin's. These jerkins unlike
their predecessors, button down
the front and have pointed la-
pels that are aimed straight
at success. A matching gored
skirt comes with them, too. In
brown or grey tweed at $6.50,
or in luscious flannel pastels
at $7.95. Just the outfit to
add excitement and variety to
your wardrobe.
HEAR YE, HEAR YE..
Enjoy the spirit of Christmas
the whole year round with a
set of "The Messiah" records.
There's only a limited quantity
left of the recordings of this
year's performance in Hill
Auditorium by the Choral Un-
ion and University Symphony.
These records, recorded by Paul
Schulte under the personal dir-
ection of Thor Johnson, may
be obtained exclusively at the
Radio & Record Shop - Get
yours before they are all gone.
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STEAL THE SPOTLIGHT ...
Everytime . . . everywhere
Be the one who's singled out
for the most attention. Give
the ears of those devoted beaux
an extra flutter. Step out in a
new spring print that takes
your mind and the minds of
those around you off the blus-
tery winter weather and be one

of the first to welcome spring.
You can find some of these
lovely creations at the own &
College Shop.
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Graduate Outing Club will
at 2:30 p.m. today, northwest
Rackham Building. Program
consist of winter sports.

meet
door,
will

Faculty Women's Club MondayI
Evening Drama Group will meet ats
7:45 p.m. tomorrow in the League.

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WAA SCHEDULE
Archery: Club will meet at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday at Waterman .
Gymnasium.
Basketball: Teams of Johnson
and Elser Hall and Bercaw will
meet at 4:30 p.m. Teams of Ross
and Elser, Carrels and Johnson
will meet at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.
Dance: Modern dance group will
meet at 7'30 p.m. Thursday in
Barbour Gymnasium. American
country dance group will meet
from 3 to 5 p.m. Friday in Barbour.
Ballet group will meet from 4 to
6 p.m. Wednesday and Friday in

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