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THI IIl AN IAIYi

RHl Women Students
Rre fEutomoltiCcly
Members of WFI
Annual Activities Include Lantern Night,
Sports Day, Crop and Saddle Horse Show;
Physical Fitness Program Backed by Group

Have you received your copy of the handbook entitled "Do's, Don'ts,
By-laws. Customs, Traditions, Social Musts and Musn'ts, and Get Wise,
FrEshmen, to the University of Michigan Campus"? You haven't? Some-
one slipped up.
Every year there's a group of upperclassmen who feel invested with the
duty of informing the neophytes by means of a Morocco-bound edition (or
reasonable facsimile) of the "accepted dogma of students at the University.
NI .w, Say It in Ingish
Maybe the first step should be the translation of a few of the outstand-
ing idioms that occur in the language. For instance, if you should casually

Many Jobs Made Available to Ambitious Coo I

F&a LuinsXw upr~ewm:. * who Aside from working in defense assistn ii tia d. w u , b u
will be lwi Ior the sutnieir session. plants, a type of job which women Open tO WarztJei A ] t itz c ,ip in ll
and for the freshn1ni \VOmflefl who have been encouraged to do for some since the hosuitul, are .sutshtrt hand
will be starting their college years at, time, there will be positions available ed. In addition to this, women ma
the University this summer, there in local book stores, and other stores I wait on tables in all the dormitories
I where the staffs have sufferedi from
are many opportunities for work out- here in Ann Arbor. the labor shortage, and in the League
side of their preparation for classes. Hospital work, both clerical and and Union dining rooms.

Every woman student at the tJniversity automatically becomes a mem- overhear an individual remark that he "ju
ber of the Women's Athletic Association (WAA) upon her matriculation pipe this morning," realize that he is pro
with the University, and as such she is free to participate in any or all of . of if about his lab experiment in Plumbing
the sports clubs sponsored by WAA and may use the equipment provided at 'g i*uin;-to-F lrida-by-way-of-California met
the Women's Athle;ic Building (WAB) and Barbour Gymnasium. his professor did not show by quarter afte
Ordinarily, freshman women are not eligible for any campus activities, .tudents upped and left <bolt) in that clas
but WAA is an exception. . Women may participate in WAA activities as outside reading. no assignments, no bluebooks, no not]
members of tohe sports clubs regard- - - -
less of class, and as a result of par- Ad What's a ?
head start toward working up toSe ct
ticipation in freshman days have a awad orinor14ncCelct Again, if you should hear the st atement fall, "He's
positions on the WAA Board, the a high man in mFC," do not be led to believe that the indi
governing body for WAA. Cam pus H eads for some 2overnmental project. The speaker is actually
Council Included in Board saying. "He's a Big Man on Campus with an office in
Enter-Fraternity Council."
The WAA Board is composed of an
Offenders, Potential Leaders So much for a taste of terminology. Now for a
enectvewhouislhoedeachbyearefosreitr-ee yJuiir tFtriyConi.
dent, who is chosen each year from Are Interviewed by Judiciary little explanation of a few of the customs afoot. Among
the junior class to hold office the first you are likely to encounter is what is called
throughout her senior year, and Many of the prominent campus 'blind-dating." For some reason or other you suddenly
managers for each WAA club. Other positions are determined by a smallagreed to :spend an evening with an unknown male who
executive officers include the vice- sor you at 8. No4 to be pessimistic about it, but don't plan
president, the secretary, the treas- body of women which also acts as inch heels, When you come downstairs and see that
urer, the publicity chairman, the a women's governing body and is right up to his full 56" in height, don't look any farth
.awards chairman and the intermural known as the Judiciary Council. ;date.
sports manager. Composed of two juniors and three
Working very closely with the ex- seniors, this group interviews stu- The (l.uaim's -tp1(ar
ecutive board are the various sports
managers for all of the 13 sports of- dents for various positions through- He will probably suggest the Union, but don't feelt
fered by WAA and the sorority, dor- out the year. At the close of the roped into some local Bund meeting; the Union is a p
mitory, and league house coordina- interviewing, potential leaders are matter how much you feel that you shou
tors. Among the sports available to selected and lited on two slates. partner by dint of the difference in yo
WAA. members and their guests are These two lists are then presented to take Vou in the side door instead of b
badminton, basketball, tennis, bowl- the Women's War Council for the entrance. or you will be the object of ma
ing, rifling, la crosse, archery, swim- final decision. by the men who will NOT have a womant
ming dancing, outing, golf, riding, The duties of this group also in- font door threshold.
and table tennis. elude checking all sign out sheets A dor threshod
Ather groups connected with the kept by each women's residence. Any a g the part in his hair off across th
WAA are the athletic managers elec- coed who is late more than a certain
ted each year by the various houses. number of times, or who is more than have to come in at 1:30. It's not tha
one half hour late any one time, is particularly fussy about having women
Lantern Night Held Annually required to appear before this coun- time, but if someone should slam the d
Among the activities specifically cil 12:31 and then grudgingly open it whe
performed by WAA is Lantern Night After the offender has been inter- stand by you, casually glaring at the sig
Sing, a program that occurs annual- viewed the council decides what her check in, don't feel sensitive about it.
At that tmendormtorie sotie, punishment will be. She may be minutes ear lier1 on your next week-end date!
At that time darmitoripes, sororities' placed on "social probation" for a - - __
esgre hseson oerat ownhoos- designated time, which will require
ing before an audience at Palmer s b i ch evening at 8 Honor Societies Are Incent
Field after a march from the library. p.m. Other forms of punishment are
Senior women, traditionally honored alodatu ythsgop.F ra
by this event, carry lanterns and Ann MacMillan, 44, who was ap-F r A chievem ents at M ich
Is erCasadgaz nerls-pointed as head of the council early L V ~lft
wear caps and gowns. Underclass- in the spring term, will return this ---
men cater to the seniors at Lantern
Night. summer and continue to head this Honorary societies of all descrip- Kappa as a senior
The participation cup is awarded organization. It is believed that other Hionsrary oeties ofn l t ecip- Kap half "B" are i
members of this group will also be Phia another s
to the house having the greatest per- here during the summer session, so campus, and those representing the Phi, her sg
centage of women taking part in the work may be carried on by the women are sufficient to serve as an
WAA activities during the Lantern regular members incentive to tme wost ainbitious of requirements tha
f and makes its sole
Night festivities. The functions of this organization college coeds.
Fitness Program Added take place in the League. Only those For all freshmen women with
This year WAA instituted the new positions which are connected with grades cf half "A" and half "B" in
voluntary physical fitness program League activities are determined by either their first or second semester
whereby women kept themselves in the members of the council. is the Alpha Lambda Delta freshman
tri t m t th demnds, of resent I___-___ -honorary scholastic society. If a stu-

ust got a bolt in his
bably not sounding
g 101. It is just a
thod of saying that
er the hour and the
s where there is no
,hing (pipe course),
a real BMOC and
vidual is a promoter
find that you have
will come and ring
n on wearing three-
creature standing
*er .. . that is your
that you are being
lace to dance. No
ld be the dominant
ur heights, let him
y way of the front
any hideous glances
tread on the sacred
ch you spent gazing
e ballroom, you will
t the University is
students get in on
oor in your face at
n you ring only to
gn out sheet as you
Just come in five
lives
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required. Phi Kappa
cholastic honorary
tly lower scholastic
n Phi Beta Kappa,
ection from seniors.

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rday life. The Board set up a series
of exercises which the house athletic
managers took back to their houses
and subsequently turned over to the
women who made use of them every
night at 10:30 p.m.
Sports Day was celebrated as a
finaleto the physical fitness program
for the 1942-43 semesters, and at
that time the many campus organi-
zations performed exercises on Pal-
mer Field, adjoining the WAB, and
then ran in a series of relays.
The clubs themselves hold special
events. One of the most noteworthy
of these is the Crop and Saddle Horse
Show held every spring.

Freshman Women
Entertain Soldiers
For Class Project
Freshman Project, which was be-
gun last February, provides enter-
tainment for all service men sta-
tioned on the campus. It is one of the
projects of which freshman women
are especially invited to work.
The Coeds act as hostesses at the
Saturday night functions, in the
Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo Rooms
of the League where dancing, games,
and concert music are furnished.
If the weather permits, dancing
may be held outdoors on some of the
evenings.
This project will continue during
the summer under the direction of
Betsy Perry, '46, and Dona Gui-I
maraes, '46, and all Freshman women
who are interested are urged to come.
There will be a mass meeting held
early in the semester; instructions as
to how to sign up for this work will
be given during registration.

dent isn't eligible his first semester
he may still become a member on the
basis of his second semester grades.
While there are no sophomore
honory societies, there are several op-
portunities to break into the head-
lines as a junior. Those few students
who manage to pull in grades of three
quarters "A" and one quarter "~B" are
eligible for Phi Beta Kappa.
Activities women may aim for their
honors in honor socities where the
scholastic requirements are not so
stiff. Wyvern is an honorary society
that, selects a limited number of
sophomore women each spring on
the basis of their participation in
extra-curricular activities. Members
are also required to have a better
than "C" average.
Special honor societies for both in-
dependent and sorority women may
be found for seniors. An independent
with an average equal to the Univer-
sity average, may be tapped for Sen-
ior Society, providing she has been a
leader 'in activities as well.
Mortar Board is another honor
society for all senior women with a
high scholastic average, who have
also been of definite service during
their college career.
In order to be eligible for Phi Beta

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