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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pan-American
Will Present
Annual Dance
Ball To Be April 14 at League;
Native Dances, Songs Planned
For Students and Townspeople
An annual Pan-American Ball,
presented by the Latin American So-
ciety of the University, will be given
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight April 14
in the League Ballroom to commem-
orate Pan-American Day.
Plans are under way to present
some of the native dances and songs
of the various American countries.
In years past, the American Legion
has presented a program with the
Latin Americas as its special guest,
and this year the Legionnaires will
be the special guests of the Latin
American Society.
Pan-American Day is celebrated
thraughout the Western Hemis-
phere and has been chosen as the
official holiday honoring all the
republics of the Americas. Cele-
brations will be taking place
throughout the hemisphere to hon-
or the day.
The theme selected by the Pan-
American Union this year is"The
Peoples of America, Independent-
Interdependent Neighbors in a World
of Neighbors". Programs have been
taking place since' 1931 when this
special day was chosen as a symbol
of unity among the countries.
Music for the Pan-American
Ball will be furnished by Russ Girt
and his orchestra. Tickets for the
semi-formal dance are on sale at
the League, Union and the Inter-
national Center.
Pi Beta Phi To Hold '
Open House for V-12
All V-12 Trainees on the campus
are cordially invited to attend an
open house given from 7:30 to
9:30 p.m. tonight by Pi Beta Phi.
Chaperones will be Mrs. William
Anicker, Mrs. Boaler Rowles and
Dean Joseph Bursley. The party will
be informal, with dancing and bridge
and refreshments will be served.
Gwen Switzer in charge o fthe func-
tion.
Sheer full fashioned rayon
hosiery in new spring shades
in sizes 8 to 107/2
AKLE SOX!
White and pastel colors.
Sizes 9 to 11
SMARTEST
HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Bldg.

Campus Women's Organizations
Offer Varied Positions for Coeds

WAA Board
PETITIONING for the executive
council and sports managers for
the Women's Athletic Board must be
in the box of the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League by 12:30 p. m. to,
morrow.

Assembly
PETITIONING is now going on and
will continue until roon tomor-
row for the seven top positions on As-
sembly Council for next year.
THE OFFICES which are open to
independent women, who will be
seniors next fall, are those of presi-

WAA To Post
Final Play-Off
Ping-Pong List
Results of the play-offs in the
individual women's residences for
WAA's Ping Pong tournament have
been tabulated and a chart has now
been posted in Barbour Gym for the
elimination tournament between
houses.
All those coeds who are represent-
ing their houses have been requested
to see the chart in Barbour Gym and
to proceed with the scheduled games
.o that they will be played off on
time. All information concerning
those who are participating in the
eliminations has been posted on the
chart so that their opponents may
contact them.
Enthusiastic SUpport
"Michigan women gave enthusias-
tic support to the tournament within
their houses and displayed great
spirit," stated Alene Looser, chair-

Newman Club Juniors Extend Dues Deadline;
To Hold Bail JG Play Scenes ToRehearse
The Newvman Club of St. Mary's~ ~~
The ewmn Clb o St.Mar's! The deadline for paying Junior
Chapel is sponsoring a Spring For- class dues has been extended to Tues- parts in JG Play are being held at
mal to be presented from 9 p. m. to day, Mary Bartley, secretary-treas- 7:30 p. m. week days and Saturday
midnight today in the Rainbow urer of Junior Girls play, announced afternoons in the J. G. P. office of
Room of the Union with music fur- yesterday. the LagueCarol McCormick,
nished by Bill Layton and his orche- Miss Bartley will be in the Under- rector of the play, announced yes-
stra. graduate Office of the League from 3 terday.
Intermission entertainment will to 5:30 p. m. Tuesday to re- Every cast member is required
not be revealed until the time of the ceive collections from house presi- to attend all rehearsals of the
dance, stated Dotty Uhl, chairman of dents and from those women who scene in which she has a part.
the dance. It has been announced live in private homes or apartments. New members of the cast include
that colored programs will be given Dees Pat Picard and Jean Athay. All
to coeds as souvenirs of the formal. es have been set atall junior of the girls are showing lots of
Tickets may be obtained from mem- women. The money will be used sorik ad.tuisMs c
bers of the dance committee which to finance JG play, which will be ThesingingC k c u imsaid.
includes Charles Birdsall, Kay Kaye, given Thursday, April 26. No jun- p tinhe Jg chorus will meet at 1
Mary Driver, Ann Maloney, Doris ior will be allowed to work on the . m.geoordin to JGn oss-
Heidgen, Tom Donnally, Floyd Miller, play if she has not paid her dues. the League, according to Annecrss-
Robert King and Joe Cadarette. "The deadline for dues has been yn the chorus.
Patrons for the formal include extended," Miss Bartley explained, _heh__ s
President and Mrs. Alexander G. "because many of the larger houses
Ruthven, Dean J. A. Bursley, Dean felt that it was impossible to com- Tor articip to incthe
Alice C. Lloyd, Prof. and Mrs. E. N. plete the collections within the des- credit for participation sothe
Durfee, Prof. and Mrs. A. J. Gaiss, ignated time. We hope that the by WAA, a complete list of all vo-
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Kempf, Prof. and longer period will make it possible nw h r1,vg1 i*he -

P ETITIGNING is open to all mem- 3 dent, vice-president of dormitories,
bers of the freshmen, sophomore vice-president of league houses, and
aqi junior classes, and no prere- secretary-treasurer.
quisites are necessary, except for the
position of president of WAA, in LL unaffiliated coeds are eligible
which case, the coed must have served to petition for- the other three
on the board for at least a year. i positions on Assembly Council. These
o are the offices of personnel admini-
EXECUTIVE positions available are strator, dormitory war activities
president, vice-president, secre- chairman, and league house chair-
tary treasurer, Representative for maan.
American Federation of College
Women, Awards, Interhouse manager.A LL unaffiliated women are mom-
Wome, Aards Inerhose anagr. ers of Assembly Organization,
iDo:mitory Manager, Sorority Manag- hr fAsml raiain
r, LTaaue House Manager and Pub- which coordinates the various activi-
riity, d ties and interests of women living in!
"i.campus dorms, league houses, auxil- J
PORTS MANAGER positions open iary dorms, and cooperative houses. I
to petitioners are Archery, Bad- It is an organization managed for
.ninton,:Basketball, Bowling, Dance, and by independent coeds. All coeds
Golf, Hockey, Ice Skating, Lacrosse, interested in working on or heading
Outdoor Sports, University Women's Assembly Board for next year are
riding Club, Rifle, Swimming, Soft- urged to petition for their desired
ball, Table Tennis and Tennis. While positions.
skill in these sports are not neces- E
S,,hr aa , k w- ETITIONS may be obtained in the

nary to ue a manager, some now-
ledge of the techniques involved is
desirable and the woman must show
an active interest in the club.
[NTERVIEWING for the positions
will take place in Room 4 of the
WAB on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs-
day and Friday.
PETITIONERS are urged to place
E full, detailed plans on their
petition, giving their qualifications as
well as their plans for the coming
year. Special outside activities of
the WAA may be suggested and those
that are being done currently criti-
cized on the petitions.
Martha Cook

Undergraduate Office and in the
Kalamazoo Room of the League. Full
information concerning each Assem-
bly position is available on the bulle-
tin board of the Kalamazoo Room
where an officer of Assembly will be
on hand from 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. today
to answer any questions.
r PETITIONS are to be turned in the
Assembly box in the Undergrad-
uate Office. An interviewing sign-up
sheet will be posted, and all coeds
petitioning are asked to indicate their
interviewing time. Interviewing will
be held from 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. Mon-
day, Wednesday and Thursday, and
from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. on Tuesday.

man of the canpus-wide tourna- Mrs. W. A. _
ment. Miss Loeser addtd that 110 Micheaux U. S.
women are in the finals and that the Mrs. Miller.
first round must be played off by I,- -
Saturday, April 14.
A ping-pong tournament is spon-
sored annually in the spring by WAA
and it has come to be a traditional
sports event for all women on cam-
pus.
House Sports Managers
Throughout the first part of the
tournament, play-offs within the
various houses were scheduled and
recorded by the sports managers of
each residence.
From the results of these play-
offs, two women were selected to
represent each League house or sor-
ority, five woien now represent the
smaller dorms, and ten coeds repre-
sent Stockwell, Mosher and Jordan.
Suits Are Stressed
In Spring Outfits i

McLaughlin, Captain
N. and Lt. Col. and

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To Give Party Is Scheduled

Martha Cook Building will hold itsI
second open house dance of the year'
from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow in
the Blue Room.
"The Cookie Jar" has been an-
nounced as the theme of the infor-
mal record dance. Peppermint sticks,
the proverbial gingerbread boys and
girls, and overflowing cookie jars will
be used as decorations to carry out
the theme. Dancing and refresh-
ments will be the order of the eve-
ning.
"Since this is the month of so
many dances, we believe this will
provide a good way to get started," 1
commented Bethine Clark, general)
chairman. All civilians, and mem-I
bers of Army, Navy, and Marine un-I
its on campus.are invited to attend.a
Committee chairmen for the dance
include Mary Anderson, music; Jean
Arbogast, refreshments; Jackie Gen-
uit, decorations; Eleanor Goodrich,
publicity; Ellen Coutchie, invitations.

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The WAA swimming meet will be
held at 7:15 fp. m. April 12 at the
Union pool, Rita Auer, swimming
manager, announced recently.
Miss Auer requested that contest-
ants be on time so that all events
can be run off on schedule, and to
bring their Health Service checks, if
these are required.
The events will be three 25-yard
free style, breast stroke, and back
crawl. The 50 yard events will be
free style, breast stroke, and back
crawl. There will also be a diving
event and a, free-style relay with
four members on a team.
Some of the Swimming Club mem-
bers will present a water ballet, and
WAB and the War Council will give
a special performance. A cup will be
given for the house that wins the
relay, and individuals and houses will
receive recognition.

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STR EET

Clothes for this spring are design-
ed to give that well-groomed look.
Suits, with their many variations,
are tops. Lines are smoo her; skirts,
slimmer; and packets, shorter. The
height of brevity is reached in the
new b.iero suit. This can be strict-
ly man-tailored or softly feminine.
Either way it is exceptionally flatter-
ing and gives a broad shouldered, tiny
waistline effect.
This same effect is achieved in the
wasp-waist suit. It is designed on
soft, uncluttered lines which com-
pliment any figure.
For all around wear the classic tail-
ored suit can't be beat. It may have
a four-buttozm, club collar jacket with
raglan sleeves or a one-button jacket
with high cardigan neckline and flap
pockets. The skirt may be perfectly
straight or have a kick-pleated front.
Attention pleasel Heres a
Bobbie Brooks Original
Weskit outfit that will get
you plenty of attention.
The new wide shoulder,
mannish-tailored vest of
twill has two tiny imitation
pockets and clever adjust-
able belt in back. Skirt is
really "swingy" with its
many pleats front and back.
Conies in your favorite flat
tering colors. Sizes 9 to 15.
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pink or gull grey. Sizes 7 to 15.
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