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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUND I, EED. ')s, 1943

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For Slide Rule
Ball To Begin
Tickets for the annual Slide Rule
Ball will be on sale for engineers only
from 10 a.m. to 12 and from 2 p.m.
to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday of this week on the second
floor over the West Engineering Arch
and the first floor of the East Engine
building.
From Friday on, tickets will be
available for the rest of the campus
at the Union desk. In other years
there has been a complete sellout
within five days.
Bill Hutcherson, '43E, and Keith
Smith, '43E, are co-chairmen of the
dance. Other members of the com-
mittee include Pete Wingate, '43E,
music; Herb Heavenrich, '43E, and
George Snow, '44E, publicity; Bill
Jacobs, '44E, and Bill Sessions, '43E,
patrons; Ken Moehl, '44E, and
EGeorge Sloane, '43E, decorations; and
Carl Brenkert, '44E, tickets and pro-
grams.,
Jan Savitt's orchestra will be fea-
tured. This is the second time his
band has appeared here, the last
time being two years ago when he
played in a swing concert 'in the
Field House. He is the originator of
"Shuffle Rhythm," and has appeared
at numerous famed theatres through-
out the country
The theme of the dance is based
on St. Patrick's Day, the effect to be
rendered largely by means of light-
ing, although no detailed plans have
been made. The Slide Rule will, how-
ever, have the customary central,
place in the decorations.
There will be a mass meeting
for all members of the Panhellenic
Ball comnittees at 4 p.m. tomor-
row in the League. All women in
Panhellenic, and especially those
who are talented in art and in
skit-writing, are urged to come.
Plans for the annual Ball will be
discussed.

Candidates To Be Interviewed
Throughout Next Two Weeks

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Interested Women Are Invited, Four Positions Open to Juniors;

Nancy Upson. '44, will cut some
neat figures in her Top-Hat solo
number on the program for the
"Carnival International," ice frol-
ic, to be held at 8 p.m. today at
the Coliseum. Sponsored by the
Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club,
the event will include an ensemble
sailor number in the finale pre-
sented by the WAA Figure Skat-
ing Club.
RESEARCH CLUB TO MEET
The Women's Research Club will,
meet at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, March
1, in the West Lecture Room of the
Rackham Building. The program will
be in charge of the archaeology, fine
arts and Latin groups.

To Attend Leadership Program'
To Be Held at Barbour Gym
Petitioning for next year's Assem-
bly Association officers will be held
tomorrow through Saturday with in-
terviewing from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30
p.m. Wednesday, March 10 through
Friday, March 12, Betty Newman,
'43, president, announced yesterday.
Positions open to independent jun-
iors only are Assembly president, who
presides over Assembly Board meet-
ings, and interviewing and directs
policy formation for the organiza-
tion; the vice-president who is in
charge of war work, the secretary
and the treasurer.
Unaffiliated Women Petition
Any eligible unaffiliated second
semester freshman or upperclassman
may petition for positions in branch
organizations of Assembly. These
include: the office of league house
president who works with the head of
Judiciary Council on league house
organization; league house vice-pres-
ident; three league house representa-
tives to serve on Assembly Board;
presidency and vice-presidency of
unaffiliated Ann Arbor girls; and
scouting committee chairman, who
heads the committee organized to
assist dormitory and league house
presidents.
Transfers Urged To Join
Petitions may be obtained from
Miss Ethel McCormick's office in the
League, and after having been filled
out, should be placed in the slot
marked Assembly in the Undergrad-
uate Office. Eligibility cards are re-
quired at the interview.
Miss Newman especially urges
transfer students to petition since
any outside experience in another
college is considered by the inter-
viewing board as valuable in extra-
curricular work at the University.
West Quad To Hold ,
TeQ for Army, Navy
The West Quadrangle is holding an
Army and Navy tea from 3:30 p.m.
to 5:30 p.m. today at the quadrangle.
Hosts for the afternoon will be the
students in the ROTC and the
NROTC. Guests will include the
regents of the University, the board
of governors of the residence halls,
the commanding officers of the
ROTC and the NROTC, the war
board, and tpeir wives.
Presiding at the tea tables will be
Mrs. Alexander Ruthven, Miss Alice
Lloyd, Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, Mrs.
John E. Tracy, Mrs. Dwight L. Du-
mond, Mrs. Karl Litzenberg, Mrs.
Peter Ostafen and Mrs. C. L. Jamison.

Eligible Unaffiliated Freshmeni
May Try for Available Jobs
All women interested in petitioningi
for Women's Athletic Association ex-I
ecutive board positions or sports
manager jobs are invited to attend al
leadership program, to be held from
4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, at Bar-
bour gym.
Purpose of the program is to ac- .
quaint prospective candidates with
the history, policies and purposes, po-
sitions and requirements, and organi-
zational set-up of the Association.
"Those, who attend this meeting will
undoubtedly get a head state, in pe-
titioning and interviewing, because of
the information they will receive,"
says Gertrude Inwood, '43, chairman
of the program.
Petitioning Starts March 8
Petitioning will take place starting
Monday, March 8 and continuing
through Friday, March 12, and peti-
tions may be secured at the League,
Barbour gym, or the WAB. They are
to be returned to Barbour or the
WAB.
Following that, interviewing for
the jobs by the seniors on the execu-
tive board will continue from 4 p.m.
to 5:45 p.m. throughout the week be-
ginning Monday, March 15 at the
WAB.
Executive Positions to be Filled
Executive offices which are to be
filled are: president, vice-president,
secretary, treasurer, awards chai,r-
man, publicity manager, inter-house
manger, and representative of the
American Federation of College
Women.
Anyone may petition for two exe-
cutive offices, and except for the of-
fice of president, all classes are
equally privileged to petition, second-
semester freshmen included. In order
to petition for the office of president,
however, a woman must have served
one year on the board and be of jun-
ior standing at the time of petition-
ing. All who petition must be eligible.
Managers to be Interviewed
As a new feature this year, most
sports managers of the various WAA
clubs will be chosen through the same
process as executive officers-that is
petitioning. Formerly, they were se-
lected by election within the particu-
lar clubs. Candidates for sports man-
ager positions need not have been in
any WAA clubs before this time, but
must be good leaders and proficient
in the particular sport.
Sports leaders positions which are
to be filled are as follows: archery,
badminton, basketball, bowling, fenc-
ing, golf, field hockey, outdoor sports,
rifle, swimming, softball, table tennis,

Executive NurseI
To Be at League
Miss Thelma I. Scratch, executivej
secretary of the Michigan Nursin'
Council for War Service, will be it
the War Information Bureau of the
League from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednes-
day and Thursday to give informa,-
tion on the student nurse war pro-,
gram.
The third member of women's
branches of war service to come to
the University, MisscScratch has
also brought a film, "R. N.-Serving
All Mankind", with her to be pre-
sented at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in the
Rackham Building auditorium.
Nursing work as "war work with
a future" as well as a profession
"worthy of the best ability of the col-
lege woman" will be stressed.

167 Coeds To Be
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Daniels, '46, Birmingham; Margaret
Gram, '46, Menominee; Barbara
Groner, '46, Irvington, N. Y.; Marion

Begin
Pledged Today
Riding Tryouts

Will

Johnson, '46, Maywood, Ill.; Marilyn
Mayer, '44, Lansing; Janet Morgan, Semi-annual tryouts for two WAA
'46, Cleveland Heights; Carol Mc- I riding clubs, Crop and Saddle and
Cormick, '46, Toledo; Catherine the University Women's Riding Club
Shlsn '46, Grosse Pointe; Shirley
Sickles, '46, Grosse Pointe; Barbara will take place at 5 p.m. Wednesday,
Stanton, '46, Chicago, and Margaret and those attending are to meet in
Winter, '46, Lakewood, 0. front of Barbour gym, where trans-
Pi Beta Phi: Carol Anderson, '46, portation to the stables will be pro-
Western Springs, Ill.; Paula Brower, vided.
'46, Holland; Jane Erb, '46, Detroit,
Earbara Fairman, '46, Brooklyn, Crop and Saddle is one of the old-
N. Y.; Jennie Fitch, '46, Cloverport. est clubs in the WAA organization,
Ky.; Evelyn Lough, '46, Detroit; and in order to become a member,
Martha Mansfield, '46, Buffalo; Ros- one must be a fairly expert rider.
amond Mayo, '46, St. Paul, Minn.; Heading the club this year is Sybil
Ruth Ann Mayer, '46, Franklin; gte lbtisya#i yi
Jean I. Morrison, '45, Ann Arbor; Graham, '43.
Margaret Newell, '46, Birmingham; On the other hand, the University
Betsy Perry, '46, Ann Arbor; Gloria Women's Riding Club is a very new
Rewoldt, '46, Grosse Pointe; Mar- addition to the Women's Athletic
jorie A. Sadler, '46, Glen Ellyn, Ill.; Association, having been formed this
Marjorie Siebert, '46, Detroit, and school year. It is a club for less-
Carol Watt, '46, Birmingham. skilled riders than those in Crop and
Zeta Tau Alpha: Marion Allen, Saddle, and Patricia Coulter, '44, is
'46, Cranford, N. J. acting president.

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WAA SCHEDULE
Crop and Saddle, U. W. R. C.
tryouts: 5 p.m. Wednesday, Bar-
bour gym.
University Women's Ri ding
Club: meet for riding, 1 p.m. Sat-
urday, Barbour.
Fencing Club: 4:15 p.m. Mon-
day, Wednesday, Barbour.
Badminton Club: 5 p.m. Friday,
Barbour.
Club Basketball: 5 p.m. Tues-
day, Thursday, Barbour.
Figure Skating Club: 3:15 p.m.
Tuesday, Friday, Coliseum.
Swimming Club: 8 p.m. Thurs-
day, Union Pool.
Dance Club: 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day, Thursday, Barbour.

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Milne-Reinhart Troth
Announced at Dinner
Announcement was made Wednes-
day at dinner at the Kappa Alpha
Theta house, of the engagement of'
Mary Elizabeth Milne, '45, daughter
of Mr .and Mrs. Arthur H. Milne, of
Standish, to Robert Reinhart, '43, son!
of Mr. and Mrs. Dexter K. Reinhart,
of Midland.
Miss Milne has worked on League
committees and is a Panhellenic rep-
resentative. Mr. Reinhart was asso-
ciated with Beta Theta Pi fraternity,
and is now stationed at Fort Custer.

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Women's Riding Club.
Duties of the various members of
the WAA Board will be explained at
the Leadership meeting, and there-
fore will give all women an equal
chance, whether they have worked on
WAA previously or not.

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