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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1945

T.HEAZ. MIC.AUI A N D A LJTIJj

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Petitions for Lecgue
Posts Will Be Due
st Noon Tomorrow
Senior Position on Judiciary Council Open
To Independent Women, JG Play Posts,
Merit-Tutorial Head Will Also Be Chosen

All women petitioning for the sen-
ior position on Judiciary Council, for
costume chairman and assistant di-
rector of JG Play, and for chairman
of the Merit-Tutorial Committee must
leave their petitions by noon tomor-
row in the Undergraduate Office of
the League.
The senior judiciary position is
open only to independent coeds; un-
affiliated women are especially urged
to petition. The candidate for this
position must have an eligibility card
and must submit the names of a
housemother and professor, and the
names of two upper classmen as ref-
erences.
Constitution Knowledge Reviewed
The candidate is requested to look
through the League Constitution
which is in the League Library. She
is also expected to know the rules
of a council member, have a know-
Cards Planned
For Assembly
Assembly membership cards will be
issued to all independent women dur-
ing Independent Fortnight, in an ef-
fort to promote unity within Assem-
bly Organization.
These cards will be used for var-
ious social functions sponsored by
the group. The name and address of
the member as well as the Assembly
emblem will appear on the face of the
card. The back will carry the "Dec-
laration of Independents," a creed
written by the Assembly Board.
A mass meeting at 8 p. m. Monday
at the League will open Fortnight
activities. This will feature a hu-
morous quiz show, answering vital
questions that every Michigan woman
wants to be able to answer.
The skit of the evening will present
the history of the Michigan coed
since she first appeared on campus.
Members of Assembly Board will be
introduced, and Assembly's theme
song will be sung.

ledge of the workings of the League
and know the house rules of the Uni-
versity. Any ideas or criticisms con-
cerning the present Council are to be
included in the petition.
All eligible junior coeds may peti-
tion for the two vacant positions on
the JG Play central committee.
Transfer women with junior ratings
are urged tohpetition. Information
concerning the position of costume
chairman and the position of assist-
ant director may be procured from
the bound President's Report which
is in the Social Director's Office in
the League.
Eligibility Cards Needed
The two JG Play positions require
no recommendations. Eligibility cards,
however, must be presented at the
interviews. Interviewing for the cos-
tume chairman and assistant director
will be held from 3 p. m. to 5 p. m.
Wednesday, Nov. 14 and Friday, Nov.
16 in the League.
The coed petitioning for the Merit-
Tutorial chairmanship must have an
eligibility card, the name of a house-
mother and the names of two upper
classmen. Only senior women are
eligible for the office.
Interviewing To Be Monday
Interviewing for the judiciary posi-
tion and the Merit-Tutorial chair-
manship will be from 2 p. m. to 4
p. m. Monday and Tuesday in the
League. Coeds petitioning for the
senior judiciary membership are
asked to have their interviewing time
on Monday, if possible.
Petitions for all of the above posi-
tions may be obtained in the Social
Director's Office in the League. In-
terviewing sheets for all of the posi-
tions will be posted in the Undergrad-
uate. Office.
There will be a meeting of the
War Activities Awards Committee
for Assembly Recognition Night at
3 p. m. today in the League. The
room will be posted in the Under-
graduate Office. Each member
must bring her eligibility card.

Eligible Sophs
May Try Today
For Floorshow
Try-outs for the floor show of the
1945 Soph Cabaret will be held from
2 p. m. to 4 p. m. today and from
10 a. m. until noon tomorrow in the
League according to Barbara Lee
Smith, Cabaret floor show chairman.
Tryouts for parts, including the
dancing and singing choruses, will be
conducted by Miss Smith and Betty
Spillman, choral chairman. Women
trying out must be members of the
sophomore class and must have eligi-
bility cards. Singers are requested
not to bring any music, as they will
be tried out on material new to them.
Nancy Neuman, Kappa Kappa
Gamma, and Jean Bechtel, of Mar-
tha Cook, were recently appointed
general co-chairmen of Soph Caba-
ret.
The collection of class dues is to
begin Tuesday, Betty Hahneman,
finance chairman, announced recent-
ly. Representatives will be sent to
all dormitories, sororities, and league
houses to collect the dues, which are
one dollar per person.
The collection drive will last for
a week, and during the last two
days a booth will be set up in the
League lobby so that sophomore
women living in private homes may
pay their dues at that time.
The class' dues are used to produce
Soph Cabaret. Sophomore women
must financially underwrite their own
project, and the payment of her dues
is one way in which every sophomore
woman may support her class.
League House
Heads Will Meet
The first meeting of all League
House housemothers will be held at
7:30 p. m. today in the Grand Rapids
Room of the League, according to
Assistant Dean of Women Mary C.
Bromage.
There will be a discussion of the
new system of interviewing applicant
for spring League House accommoda-
tions. This system will help coeds
living in League Houses to have some
preference in the type of accommoda-
tion they will have.
Health Service standards booklets
will be distributed on the proper
space, equipment, and sanitary facili-
ties for League Houses, and over 30
new League House housemothers will
be introduced.
Mu Phi Epsilon,''
Elects Officers
At First Meeting
Mu Phi Epsilon, national profes-
sional music sorority, elected new
officers at their first meeting of the7
year, Tuesday in the Henderson roome
of the League.
Thelma Lewis, member of theI
School of Music faculty was elected1
faculty advisor, and Mildred Webber
was elected alumnae advisor. The
new chaplain is Esther Stevens;.
chairman of magazine subscriptions,1
Betty Jane Huser; and chairman of1
the by-laws committee, Mrs. Roberta
Dresden.
Mu Phi Epsilon and Sigma Alpha
Iota will hold a joint musicale Nov.
20 in the School of Music. Mu Phir
Epsilon chairmen for the occasionl
who will work with chairmen of Sigma
Alpha Iowa are Esther Stevens, ar-
rangements committee; Sybil Katz,r
publicity; and Virginia Smith, re-
freshments.I

House Treasurers Will Collect
Money To Finance JG Play
Class dues of one dollar must be
paid by all junior women betweenI
next Tuesday and Friday.-
Dues should bepaidto thehouse
treasurer or to someone specifically
appointed by the treasurer to collect
the money. A booth will be open
from 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. Wednesday
through Friday in the League lobby
for women living in unorganized
houses.
"It is absolutely necessary thatf
every junior woman pay these dues,
because tryouts and the choosing of
committees for Junior Girls Play can-
not begin until all the dues are in,"t
explained Carolyn Daley, general
chairman of JG Play.
Tryouts for the play are scheduled#
to begin in approximately two weeks,
and committees will be chosen at the
same time. Tryouts, as well as pros-1
pective committee members, should
bring their eligibility cards and thet
receipt for their dues when they comel
out for the play. Specific time andc
place for tryouts will be announced
in The Daily.-
Any questions concerning dues1
should be referred to Eleanor Stew-t
art, 2-2281, treasurer of the play. t

Junior Women Interviewing
To Pay Dues For WAA Post

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To Close Today
Petitioning will end today for the
poviticn of treasurer of the Women's
Athletic Association, with interviews
being held from 4 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.
today at the Women's Athletic Build-
ing.
Women wishing to petition should
sign for an interview on the WAA
bulletin board in the Undergraduate
office of the League, and are asked
to bring their petitions to the inter-
view. Eligibility cards must also be
shown at the interview.
The duties of the treasurer consist
of making out the annual budget, and
presenting it to the Board. She also
takes charge of any requisitions that
the board members, or treasurers of
the individual clubs may need.
The Petty Cash fund and the regu-
lar account for the WAA Board are
also under her jurisdiction, as well as
the special savings account that the
board has established for the building
of a Women's Swimming Pool.
This Swimming Pool account has
been added to by the yarious Rec-
Rallies, and other sports events that
the WAA has sponsored, and will be
built as soon as conditions permi*

HEY! NO AMUSEMENT TAX
House Social Events Planned
For Weekend's Entertainment
A RADIO-MIXER dance in honor Rose Derderian, Student Director of
of its new residents will be given the Women's Glee Club, accompanied
from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow at by Ruth Sights, and piano selections
the Martha Cook building. by Joan Leszczyoski. Dancing, ping-
According to Irene Surtman, chair- pong, and card games, and refresh-
mon of the affair, invitations have ments will follow. Servicemen, vet-
been extended to various men's erans, and civilians on campus are
groups on campus. ivtd
Also on the Cook social calendar invited.
for this week was a formal dinner
held yesterday under the direction of CHI OMEGA will hold an Open
Margery Crumpacker. House for veterans on Friday, No-
These two events will conclude the vember 16th at 8:00 p.m. Refresh-
orientation program for the new resi- ments and records are on the bill, to
dents as planned by the social chair- add to the festivities.
man, Sue Curtis. Orientation in- * * *
cluded a treasure hunt to familiarize OROSIS will entertain Chi Omega
the women with the building, a circus at a football-radio party Satur-
party, an informal tea, parties by the day. The two sororities will cheer for
14 advisors, and initiation. Michigan in the Michigan-Navy
game. This tradition was inaugur-
THE residents of Betsy Barbour ated last year when the Chi Omega's
House will hold an open house at invited the Sorosis to a similar party.
8 p.m. today, Vvith veterans, service-
men, and civilian men as guests.
All men on campus are invited to Swimming Club tryouts will be
attend. There will be entertainment, held from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m. tomor-
dancing and refreshments. The row in the Union Pool.
Betsy Barbour Social Committee is Section one will be in the pool the
in charge of the open house, first hour, and section two will go
.tin at 10 a. m. Pat Hayes, manager
IGHLIGHTING ther Op en of the club, asks that girls come
House at 7 p.m. today, the women only during the section which they
of Helen Newberry Residence will have previously signed for, due to
present entertainment by a group the size of the club.
from the Varsity Men's Glee Club.
The program also includes songs by
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The marriage of Jean Brewster
MacKaye, daughter of Dr. Lavinia
Gould MacKaye of Ann Arbor, to
Starr Joselyn Colby, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Whitney C. Colby of Montclair,
N. J., has recently been announced.
Mrs. Colby received her B.S. degree
in chemistry from the University.
She is a member of Kappa Delta so-
rority and while on campus was sen-
ior member of Women's Judiciary
Council, accounts manager of the
'Ensian and student directory, Pa-
tron's chairman for Panhellendc
Night, and president of Interguild.
Mr. Colby received his degree in
aeronautical engineering at the Uni-
versity and was a member of the
Glee club and the Institute of Aero-
nautical Sciences.
,' * *
Mr. and Mrs. James O'Kane of
Ann Arbor recently announced the
marriage of their daughter, Marilyn,
to Ensign Hugh Wanty, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Wanty, also of Ann
Arbor.
Mrs. Wanty is a member of Alpha
Xi Delta sorority. Ensign Wanty is
affiliated with Theta Delta Chi fra-
ternity and a member of the Ameri-
can Society of Mechanical Engineers.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh V. Rybolt of
Detroit have recently announced the
engagement of their daughter, Betty
Ann, to Harlan L. MacDowell, son of
Mrs. Velma Johnson of Grand Ledge,
Mich.
Miss Rybolt is a member of Alpha
Chi Omega sorority- and Alpha
Lambda' Delta Honorary society. Mr.
MacDowell was recently discharged
from the Naval Air Corps.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Springer of
Ann Arbor, have announced the mar-
riage of their daughter, Sue, to Bob
Ufer of Pittsburgh.
Mrs. Ufer is a member of Kappa
Alpha Theta sorority. Mr. Ufer is a
member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity
and is sports reviewer for station
WPAG in Ann Arbor.,

Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Clingman of
Cleveland, Ohio, have recently an-
neunced the engagement of their
daughter, Miriam, to William J.
Witham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Witham also of Cleveland.
Miss Clingman is a resident of
Martha Cook Building while Mr.
Witham is in the NROTC at the Uni-
versity.
* * *
The marriage of Mary Driver,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
Driver of Euclid, Ohio, to Lt. Edward
C. Weatherhead, son of Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Weatherhead of Willoughby,
Ohio, has been announced.
zThe bride is a graduate of the
University, and a member of Alpha
Xi Delta sorority and Scroll honorary
society.
Lieutenant Weatherhead attended
Ohio University and was affiliated
with Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He
served 13 months in the European
theatre with the Troop Carrier Com-
mand of the Army Air Forces.
The engagement of Ellen Coutchie,
daughter of Alexis R. Coutchie of
Muskegon, Mich., to William John
Hanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Hanley, also of Muskegon, has re-
cently been announced.
Mr. Hanley is a medical student at
the University and a member of Phi
Rho Sigma.
* * *
Rev. and Mrs. Henry J. Simpson of
Detroit have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Faith, to
Corp. LeRoy S. Brooks, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lee O. Brooks of Pontiac.
Corp. Brooks graduated from the
University in 1942 and is now in the
Army Air Corps.
* * *
The engagement of Eleanor Ross,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. P. J. Ross
of Detroit, to Murray A. Clark, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Clark of Wind-
sor, Ontario, has been announced.
Miss Ross is a member of Alpha Xi
Delta sorority. Mr. Clark has been
discharged from the R.C.A.F. re-
cently.

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