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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Petitioning Will
Open For Coed
Advisorships
Former Orientation Advisors
Not Required To Petition
Again for Future Semesters

New Officers
Of Assembly

Stamp Representatives Will Meet

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Petitions for those coeds desiring
to be Orientation Advisors for the
coming spring, summer and fall sem-
esters will be available Monday in the
Undergraduate Office of the League
and must be returned by 5 p.m.
Friday.
Interviewing will be from 10 a.m.
to noon on Saturday, and all for-
mer orientation advisors are re-
minded that they will not have to
petition again.
This fall a total of 2421 hours was
spent by 72 girls, an average of 33.6
hours per advisor, on orienting 800
new freshman girls. Those interested
in petitioning must keep these fig-
ures in mind and realize that they
will have to give up a week of their
summer vacation in addition to time
spent in organization meetings and
writing letters to each freshman girl
in their group.
A good advisor is interested,#
neat, friendly, dependable, punc-
tual, and understanding. Upon her
will depend the freshman's first
impression of Michgan.
If any girl is interested, and willing
to give the necessary time to orien-
tation, and feels she fills the above
qualifications; she should petition.
Those not interested should refrain
from doing so in fairness to those
who are willing to work.
Veterans To Attend
USO Breakfast
Fifty veterans from the Percy
Jones Hospital will be the special
guests at the Sunday morning break-
fast to be held at 10 a.m. at the USO.
Bacon, eggs, tomato juice and
coffee will head the menu of a
breakfast designed to delight the
palate of any man. Junior Hostesses
will be on hand to help with the
serving.
A program of classical music will
be, held in the melody room Sunday
afternoon with music being chosen
from a collection of records equally
as varied as an individual's musical
tastes.
There will be a compulsory meet-
ing for all members of the Figure
Skating Club at 5 p. m. tomorrow
in the Fencing Room in Barbour
Gymnasium.
There will be no skating how-
ever, Tuesday or Wednesday.

The newly appointed members of
Assembly Council are: Personnel Ad-
ministrator, Phyllis Crocker, '45,
Mosher Hall; War Activities Chair-
man of Dormitories, Dorothy Flint,
'46, Martha Cook; War Activities
Chairman of League Houses, Elaine
Greenbaum, '47, Tappan House;
Shirley Robbin, Publicity Chairman
of Assembly Council, announced
today.
As Personnel Administrator, Miss
Crocker will keep complete records
of the hours when independent wo-
men will be available for war work.
In addition to this work she will help
plan the various Assembly activities
throughout the remainder of the
year.
As -War Activities Chairman of
Dormitories, Miss Flint will be in
charge of keeping the records of war
hours worked by independent women
in dormitories. Each month she will
compile a monthly report from the
war activities sheets kept by the dor-
mitory war activities chairmen.
As War Activities Chairman of
League Houses, Miss Greenbaum will
be in charge of keeping the war hours
worked by independent women living
in league houses. She will keep a
monthly record from the reports of
the individual league house activities
chairman.
New Schedule
Is Announced
Monday: 5:15, Mosher I vs. Alpha
Delta Pi. 7:05, Newberry vs. The
Lodge, Martha Cook vs. Elmwood
House.
Tuesday: 5:15, Sigma Delta Tau
vs. Alpha Omicron Pi. Chi Omega
vs. Jordan I. 7:15, Alpha Xi Delta
vs. Zone III.
Wednesday: 5:15, Zone VII vs.
Tappan House. Delta Delta Delta vs.
Anna Arbor Girls. 7:15, Alpha Gamma
Delta vs. State St. Stockwell vs.
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 8, Alpha Phi
vs. winner of Alpha Omicron Pi and
Sigma Delta Tau game. Sorosis vs.
winner of Chi Omega and Jordan
game.
Thursday: 5:15, Betsy Barbour vs.
Kappa Alpha Theta. Mosher III vs.
winner of Delta Delta, Delta and Ann
Arbor girls game. 7:15, Zeta Tau
Alpha vs. Zone II. Kappa Delta vs.
Jordan II. 8, Rridgeway House vs.
winner of Tappan House and Zone
VII game. Martha Cook II vs. winner
of Alpha Gamma Delta and State St.
game.
Please call Barbara Osborne, 2-
3225. if your team cannot play at the
scheduled time.

Dormitory stamp representatives
will meet at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the
League to discuss the special projects
which various dormitories have been
giving during the Sixth War Loan
Drive.
This year, stamp sales in the dor-
mitories are directed by a governing
board consisting of all the stamp
representatives. This board will for-
mulate plans for special events and,
in general, coordinate sales among
the dormitories.
According to Claire Macaulay,
JGP dormitory chairman, sales
have been exceptionally good since
they started three weeks ago. If
sales keep up at the present level,
each woman will purchase approx-

imately $1 worth of stamps a
month. The total figure for stamps
sold is $1,597.20 and the total for
bonds is $1,523.75.
Sales of stamps in men s houses
are being organized, too. Wenley
House, Allen-Rumsey House, Fletcher
Hall, and Hill House are all selecting
chairmen to head their house sales.
Inter-house competition will be stres-
sed, and each house will get credit
for its sales, Jane Strauss, chairman,
stated.
The representatives will pick up
their stamps at 4 p.m. in the Under-
grad Office of the League Tuesday
and at the same time will hand in
the money for the sales of the
previous week.

Tutor Service
Beg ins Monday
Under the sponsorship of the Tu-
torial Committee of the League, tu-
tors will be available tomorrow for
those who need help in a particular
phase of their course.
Coeds wishing to be tutored are
urged to sign up in the League Under-
graduate Office. Slips with their
name, address, telephone number,
and the subject in which help is
needed should be placed in the box
of the committee chairman.
In order to qualify as a tutor, the
coed must have had the course in
which she wishes to tutor within the
past academic year. She must also
have received a grade of B or better
in the course.

Badminton Offers Unusual Date

Have you been searching for some-
thing really fun to do on a Satur-
day afternoon date?
If "Well what'll we do this after-
noon" is a familiar phrase in your
big moment's repertoire, take him
over to Waterman Gym any Satur-
day afternoon.
The Badminton Club has just what
you're looking for-a couple of hours
of real fun and activity. After Christ-
mas, you can take your date to Wat-
erman Gym, from 1-3, on Saturday.
Regular meetings of the club are
held from 8:15 to 9:15, every Wed-
nesday night in Waterman Gym. At
present the girls are carrying on open

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play and practice to improve techni-
ques, but tournaments will soon be
organized within the club.
"The club plans to play tourna-
ments with a club from Ypsilanti to
bring new vigor and more competi-
tion for the members," said Martha
Allen, manager of the Badminton
Club.
Raquets are furnished, but the
members must furnish the birds. In
order to obtain house participation
points, a member may have only
three absences.
Everyone who is interested in bad-
minton, whether expert or beginner,
is urged to attend the next Wednes-
day night meeting.

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