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Coed Petitioning for Assembly
To Continue Through Saturday



Positions Available
For Independents
An Assembly officer will be in the
Kalamazoo Room of the League from
3 p. m. to 5 p. m. each afternoon of
this week to answer any questions
concerning petitioning for positions
on Assembly Council, which is now
going on and will continue through
Assembly is the campus organiza-
tion for all independent women.
These coeds include those living in
dormitories, auxiliary dorms, league
houses and cooperative houses.
The offices, which are open to in-
dependent women who will be sen-,
iors next year, are those of Assembly
president, vice president of dorms,
vice president of league houses, and
Positions open to all other unaffili-
ated coeds are three in number, per-
sonnel administrator, war activities
chairman of league houses, and war
activities'chairman of dorms.
An explanatory sheet explaining in
detail the duties of each Assembly of-
Tennis Fans
Invited To Join
Sports Group
Tennis players, experienced or be-
ginners, are invited to join the WAA
Tennis club, which willmeet at 5 p. m.
Friday for those desiring instruction,
or 9 a. m. Saturday for the regularI
Harriet Risk, tennis manager, an-
nounced that -in the event of rain
both sections will meet inside the
WAB. Miss Risk also stated that the
following rules govern play on the
WAB courts.
Women have preference over men
at all times on the courts, and can
displace them if they wish to play.
As there are few courts, those wish-
ing to use the courts should play
doubles as much as possible.
There is a blackboard on the fence
near the first clay court on which
players may sign up for a specified
hour of play, and may use the court
at this time, even if it is being used'
at the time.
When the gates of the clay courts
are closed, it means that they are too
soft to be used, and would be damag-I
ed by play. Everyone must stay off
the courts at this time.
All those using the courts are ask-
ed to wear tennis shoes at all times,
in order to protect the courts.

fice is posted on the bulletin board
of the Kalamazoo Room. Petitions
may be obtained in the Kalamazoo
Room and in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League. They are to be
deposited in the Assembly box in the
Undergraduate Office.
WAA .Bike 'Trip
To Saline Valley
To Be Saturday
Members of the Outing Club of
WAA are sponsoring a bicycle hostel;
trip Saturday to Saline Valley and
any other coeds who are interested
in the trip are being invited to join
the group.
Two sections, one leaving WAB
at 9:30 a. m. and the other leaving
at 12:45 p. m. are scheduled to meet
at the Saline Valley Hostel. Those
who intend to take the trip should
bring sheets or a blanket to sleep in,
as the club will spend the night at
Saline Valley, returning at noon Sun-
Reservations for all those intend-
ing to accompany the club on the
Saturday trip must be made with Lee
Wellman, chairman of the group, by
The Outing Club has been activej
during all seasons of the year.
Throughout the winter months mem-
bers of the group participated in
tobogganing and skiing, and last week
they held a breakfast cook-out on
the Island.
Bill. Layton To Playl
At Newman Club
Spring Formal
The Newman Club of St. Mary's
Chapel will sponsor a Spring For-
mal from 9 p. m. to midnight Friday
in the Rainbow Room of the Union,
featuring Bill Layton and his orche-,
Tickets may be obtained from
members of the dance committee
which includes Charles Birdsall, Kay
Kaye, 'Mary Driver, Ann Maloney,
Doris Heidgen, Tom Donnolly, Floyd
Miller, and Robert King.
Intermission entertainment for the
formal dance will be a surprise, Dot-
ty Uhl, chairman, announced. She
added that girls will be given colored
programs as souvenirs.
Army, Marine, and Navy units on
campus have been granted late per-
mission for the dance.

To Start Outside
Shooting Today
The WAA Archery club will start
outdoor shooting today, if the weath-
er permits, Mary Perrone, Archery
manager, announced recently.
Miss Perrone urged everyone inter-
ested in archery to join the club,
which meets 4:30 p.m. Thursday at
the WAB, and shcots at 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday afternoon.
"We are going to choose a team
to compete in the Intercollegiate Tel-
egraphic Meet, and hope all archers
will help turn in a good score for
Michigan," Miss Perrone said.
In the Telegraphic meet, colleges
all over the country choose teams
of ten women, who shoot and send
in their total scores to the central
office in New York. The highest
total score wins. The meet is called
telegraphic because the scores weret
formerly telegraphed in.
WAA Notices
Fencing: Today and Thursday at
4:30 p. m. in Barbour Gym.
Modern Dance: 7:30 p. m. tomorrow
in the Dance Studio.
Badminton: 8:15 p. m. tomorrow
and 1:30 p. m. Saturday at Barbour
Basketball Club: 7:30 p. m. tomor-
row in B~arbour Gym.
LaCrosse Club: 4:30 p. m. tomorrow
at WAB.
Bowling Club: 7:15 p. i. Thursday
at WAB.
Tennis Club: For those interested
in instruction, 5 p. m. Friday at WAB.
Members of the club will meet for
play at 9 a. m. Saturday.
Swimming Club: Intermediate Sec-
tion 10:15 a. m. Saturday and ad-
vanced section 9:30 a. m. in the
Union Pool.
Archery Club: 4:30 p. m. Thursday
at WAB.
Camp Counselors Club: 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday in lounge of WAB.

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PT s Conducive To Nightmares
There is a special type of maniac
who invents pajamas. He varies from weep herself to death at the th
the hat designer and the mad tie of such finery going to waste.
designer in that he not only creates Someday there will come a
make believe nightmares: he aids in who will combine his talents wit:
the nightmare itself ! No, it isn't Purple Lobely, the Ghost of Red
everyone who can design a truly and the Headless Horseman to
gaudy and horrible pair of pj's. it the super-duper-dipper-dapper
takes a wealth of background. ma of all time. It will probably
Take my yellow silk ones, colored sist of-but no, I couldn't po
with orange balls and green dashes guess of what it will consist. I'n
here and yon. I say "take them," for the nut who invents the thing
no one else would want them. The I just buy them.
man who thought up this creation Soc= n aom
had, no doubt, formerly worked for ,
the city in the capacity of garbageJ
collector. The rich and true tones o .
of orange peels, banana skins, let- j AF A
tuce leaves, and a rare tin can or I U
two show this to be true.
Patriotic Colors . )....' OG U.....loC
Then there is that original pair in
red, white, and blue. Patriotism is a The marriage of Ellie Terrat
lovely thing, but not when mixed up Lt. Q.g.) Winston Howard
with sleep. I found myself, the other USNR, son of Mrs. M. Howarc
night, standing bolt upright in my i of Birmingham and the late Mr
bed, waving my pajama top madly, was recently solemnized in New
and singing "God Bless America" at I The bride is the daughter o
the top of my lungs. This designer Sylvester Teratter of Stoney C
was probably a flag pole sitter in his Virginia and the late Mrs. Ter
youth. She attended Westhampton C
Personally though, I prefer the and is a graduate of the Univ
baby blue butcher boy pair with its She is a member of Phi Kapp
gentle little polka dots. It soothes and Phi Beta Kappa honorary s
and comforts me. There's something ties.
about a billion little dots swimming Lt. Cox is also a graduate o
around me that sends me right off University and is affiliated wit
to dreamland. The psychology in this pha Tau Omega fraternity.1
must lie in the fact that I get dizzy also a graduate of the Naval R
from seeing' all those nasty little Midshipman's School at Col
specks swarming around. University. He has been on2
No Sense of fitness duty in the Pacific for 21 mont
Not only are pajama makers man- ** *
iacs; they also have no sense of the The recent marriage of Gwyn
fitness of things. They make delight- Elizabeth Jones to Lt. Joh
ful filmy (and completely tantaliz- Munnikhuysen was perfo
ing) honeymoon creations, and then somewhere in France recentl
shove them off on some unsuspecting the Episcopalian chaplain w
aunt. She gives them to a poor old Mrs. Munnikhuysen is a Red C
maid sister or cousin who will slowly medical social worker.
The former Miss Jones is
n N kiE\NS daughter of the late MVr. and
jG V IRembert Jones. She is a grad
of the University. Lt. Munnik
The dancing chorus for Junior sen is the son of Mrs. Bryerly Y
Girls play will meet at 4:15 today in nikhuysen of Baltimore and
the JGP office in the League, accord- late Mr. Munnikhuysen.
ing to Jane Gourley, dance chairman. .
*Mr. and Mrs. Elmer C
The deadline for paying junior
class dues of $1 will be today. House Two MUSic Students
presidents are asked to turn in their
collections at their respective meet- W in First, Second
ings today.plcsnCo t t
Those women who live in private Places in Contest
homes or apartments will have an
opportunity to pay their duesfrom Rose Suzanne Derderian, lyri
1 a.m. to 5 p.m. today in the Under- prano, and Lorna Storgaard,
graduate Office in the League. matic soprano, won first and s
places, respectively, Saturday a
Student Musicians State aud
sponsored by the National Feder
Ruthven Tea of Music Club in Detroit.
Miss Derderian is a member o
All students on campus are invit- Women's Glee Club, Sigma .
ed to attend a tea at the home of Iota, professional music sor
President and Mrs. Ruthven from 4 Choral Union and has been solo
to 6 p. m. tomorrow. the First Armenian Congrega
Mary Ann Jones, League Social Church in Detroit. She will gos
Chairman, announced that Alpha the district contest.
Phi and Chi Omega sororities, Alpha Miss Storgaard is a memb4
Kappa Kappa and Phi Rho Sigma Sigma Alpha Iota, Choral Unio
fraternities, and- the women of Ball is soloist at the First Meth
House, Day House, Hill House, Lin- Church of Ypsilanti. Both are
coln House and Lockwood Manor, dents in the School of Music.
are specially invited to the tea.

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Beware the Bull!
about them being dresses. They
are playsuits with button-on
skirts to match. Cap-sleeves,
round necked; these Mexican
prints at The MADEMOISELLE
SHOP will fool you. They are
a good buy at- $12.95, and come
in shocking pink, blue, and

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Thompson of Ann Arbor have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Nancy Lou, to Capt. Char-
les Pierce Atkinson, son of Mrs. Char-
les W. Atkinson of Fort Worth, Texas
and the late Judge Atkinson.
Miss Thompson attended the Uni-
versity. Capt. Atkinson is a gradu-
ate of Baylor University and practic-
ed law at Fort Worth before enter-
ing the Army in 1941.
* * *
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Marcheta Frye,
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. W.
Frye of Pontiac, to Ensign John M.
Holland, USNR, son of Mrs. How-
ard K. Holland of Ann Arbor and
the late Mr. Holland.
The former Miss Frye graduated
from the University last February
and is affiliated with Kappa Delta
sorority. Ensign Holland was a
sophomore in the engineering col-
lege when he enlisted in the Navy.
There will be a meeting of all
league house presidents at 5 p. m.
tomorrow in the League. The
room will be posted on the bulle-
tin board. All presidents are to be
present on time as the picture for
the Ensian will be taken promptly
at 5 p. m.

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