WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1946.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Assembly Board Petitions Due
Saturday; JG Play, Judiciary
Council, League Positions Open
C lasses Beg i n As Entertainers
Petitioning is now open for Junior
The deadline for Assembly Board
League, and Judiciary Council posi-
tions and for the the 1946-47 JGPlay
Petitions for these offices must be
turned in to the Judiciary petition
box in the Undergraduate office of
the League by noon Saturday, and
coeds should sign for an interviewing
time when they leave their petitions,
according to Ruthann Bales, Judi-
Positions open include three jun-
ior positions on the Judiciary Council,
one assistant to the secretary of the
League, five members of the orienta-
tion central committee, four mem-
bers of the merit-tutorial committee
two aides to the personnel chairman.
six social committee aides, five as-
sistants to the drives chairman, an
two members of the publicity com-
Women may also petition for tw
following offices on the JGPlay cen-
tral committee: general chairman,
assistant chairman, director, secre-
tary-treasurer, stage manager, music
composer, lyric writer, choral direc-
tor, dance, tickets, costumes, scen-
ery, properties, make-up, publicity,
ushering, and programs.
The only 'requirements for appli-
cants for these offices are that the
woman must be of junior standing
next fall and must have an eligibility
card. These cards must be brought to
the interview. Miss Bales has asked
all women who can qualify to petition
for these junior posts.
Coeds TO Attend
Making its post-war debut, the
Coed Annual Bridge Party will be
held from 2.to 5 p.m. Saturday, April
13 in the League Ballroom.
Tickets will be fifty cents each, in-
cluding tax, and may be purchased
from dormitory, league house or Pan-
hellenic representatives or at the
main desk of the League starting
Of special interest with the arrival
of spring will be a style show pre-
sented by an Ann Arbor department
store, featuring campus wear includ-
ing sports dresses, bathing suits, date
dresses, formals, raincoats, and other
spring and summer fashions modeled
by University coeds.
There will be door prizes, table
prizes, and refreshments will be
The committee for the party is
Dottle Wantz, general chairman;
Ann Robinson, arrangements; Lucy
Stone, publicity; Betty Lou Bidwell ,
refreshments; Estelle Klein, style
show; Barbara Brady, prizes; and
Grace Lathrop, tickets.
It is preferred that women come in
foursomes, but groups of any number
will be welcomed and tables will be
arranged upon arrival.
Reviving an old tradition, the
Bridge Party is sponsored by the So-
cial Committee of the League. Be-
fore the advent of war, bridge parties
were presented each year for Univer-
sity coeds. All women on campus are
urged to attend the affair which will
provide entertainment and an oppor-
tunity for coeds to become better ac-
petitioning has been set for noon Sat-
urday when all petitions are due in
the Assembly box in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League.
Women who plan to petition must
eign up for interviews which: will bc
held during the week of April 3. The
interviews will he heldc from 4 p.m.
to 5:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday.
3 p.m. to 5 p.n.; Tiu:-sday and from
4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday'in the As-
sembly Office on the third floor of
The positions open and their re-
cpective duties arc as follows: Assem-
:ly president who presides at Assem-
bly Board meetings, coordmates ac-
.ivities of Assembly and represents
ndcpendent women on the League
:xecutive Council; Assembly vice-
nresidcnt of dorms who conducts
veCkly meetings of dormitory house
presidents at which activities of the
"residCnts are directed and coordi-
iated; the second vice-president of
lsscmbly who is in charge of league
iouscs in the <,ame capacity ihat the
Vher vice-president is in charge of
The above positions are open only
o coeds who will have senior stand-
ng next fall and who have partici-
ated in League activities for at least
a year. The following two positions
ire open to women of both junior and
senior standing next year. Assembly
:ecretary-treasurer who keeps rec-
)rds of all Assembly Board meetings,
candles all organization funds and
maintains a file of newspaper clip-
ings, records and programs: Person-
iel administrator who directs a per-
onnel committee which place's the
ight independent women in the right
,ob or activity when the need arises.
Candidates are urrged to consult the
President's Report in the League So-
vial Director's Office for past plans
ind activities of Assembly. Original
:deas and enthusiastic interest are the'
main basis upon which a petition is
judged, according to Helen Alpert,
who urges all unaffiliated coeds to
petition for Assembly positions.
"We feel Assembly makes great1
strides each year, rapidly becoming a
strong, well integrated organization,
and we are especially anxious to have
a new Board which will further
strengthen and enlarge the indepen-
dent women's association," said Miss
Alpert. Positions will be announced
at Installation Night next month.
Intermediate, Beginner Groups
To Register Today, Tomorrow
Registration for the social dancing
classes sponsored by Junior Girls
Project will be at 7 p.m. today in the
League for the intermediate group,
and at 7 p.m. tomorrow for the be-
"We hope that many veterans will
sign up for the classes, as this project
is especially intended to help them,"
Ann Lippincott, JGP chairman, an-
A fee of three dollars will be
charged for a series of eight lessons,
and any excess profits will be used by
the League for altruistic purposes.
Classes Throughout Term
Classes will be taught throughout
the seniester at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays
for the intermediate group, and a
7:30 p.m. Thursdays for the beginning
group. Instruction will start today
and tomorrow after registration.
John B. Gwinn, a veteran of World
War II and an Arthur Murray grad-
uate, will teach the classes, while
Margaret Holk, who has played the
piano or many campus functions, will
be the accompanist.
All members of the WAA Swim-
ming Club are urged to attend an
important meeting at 10 a.m. Sat-
urday at the Union pool. Women
who belong to the club but who
have not attended meetings this
term must complete their time
At Percy Jones
RYOUTS for students who would
like to entertain men at Percy
Jones Hospital will be held from 4
p.m. to 6 p.m. today in the Grand
Rapids Room of the League.
'HE entertainment committee
which is a part of the camp and
hospital committee and which func-
tions with the Red Cross urgently
needs both men and women singers,
either solo or group, instrumentalists,
classical and popular pianists. magi-
icans, tap dancers, whistlers, and any
type of specialty acts.
J,1RS. LEONA P. DIEKEMA. social
director of Martha Cook dormi-
tory and chairman of the committee
and Miss Ethel A. McCormick, So-
cial Director of the League will be in
charge of auditions.
The last engagement at the hospi-
tal was March 21 and another group
will go Friday. The Red Cross pro-
vides transportation facilities and
students are usually called on only,
once to go to the hospital. They will
be excused from their classes as the
trips are usually in the morning.
The Camp and Hospital Commit-
tee, along with the Red Cross has
helped to aid the wounded by donat-
ing money for wheel chairs and read-
ing projectors. Martha Cook building
and Soph Cabaret have also donated
to the project.
MRS. DIEKEMA. in commenting
on the work, said, "We hope there
will be a large tournout of both men
and women at the audition as the
work is very worthwhile, and during
past engagements we have felt that
we were the gainers."
GLIDE AT SLIDE:
Engine School To Present Traditional
Slide Rule Ball Featuring Ted Weems
Ted Weems and his oichestri w ill w ill be a .oiid combination of sweet
offer sweet, swing, and novelty nuisic and lot without too muhl sugar on
at the annual Slide Rule Bail to be 'ne :ide or wildw on tlic other."
held from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday.
April 12 in the Union Ballroom. Committee Listed
Feature Slide Rule T1h committee meeirs for the
ature Slie Rule. w , horyears dance incluce Robert Royce, echair-
huge slide rulewhichfor im: Rusell Sields in chrge of
has been the center of decorations i Heny amink business;
at the formal dance, will again grace Willa ire and laters, dee-
the dance floor, serving as a symbol .rantions;MiltonDvid ad iRussell
of the Engineering School. A model cutting. tikets; Betty HIansen, pa-
Engineering Arch will be built over tront; MaryPat King. prograns; and
the doorway, and caricatures of va- George pauliang, publicity,
rious engineering professors will be Gg_______ it.
displayed along the corridor leading
to the ballroom. The walls will be
decorated with the insignia of the
Tickets for the dance, limited only
to engineering students, are on sale
from 10 a.m. to noon and from 1 p.m.
to 3 p.m. every day but Saturday and
Sunday at the Engine Arch. The
cashier's receipt for the spring term
must be shown when purchasing a
To Play New Tune
A little known fact about Ted Weems
is that he was the originator of the
term "swing it." He was playing his
new piece "Jig Time" for the first
time, and not knowing how to tell
his men to play the last chorus faster,
he instructed them to "swing it." Two
other songs Weems has written are
"The Martins and the Coys," a favor-
ite comic song, and "Egykptianella."
Weems, who was recently dis-
charged rom the United States Mari-
time Service, claims that the quality
of the average band from now on
will far surpass anything in the past.
He has previewed the type of music
he will play by stating that "Bands
Women Are Invited
To Act as Hostesses
For Ruthven Teas
All women who are interested in
helping on the League Social Com-
mittee and who haven't worked on
the committee before should leave
their name, address, and phone num-
ber in Dottie Wantz's box in the Un-
dergraduate Office in the League.
Those interested should either leave
their eligibility cards in the box and
pick them up later or bring them to
the first Ruthven Tea Wednesday to
be signed. They are expected to act
as hostesses at the rest of the teas
this semester, the dates of which will
be announced in The Daily.
Committee To Meet
There will be a meeting of the
Central Committee of the Panhel-
Assembly Ball at 5 p.m. today in
Room D of the League. All coeds
must bring their eligibility cards.
SPRING GOWN-Singer Jane
Pickens poses in a new spring gown
of green iIk wth hand-made
pointe venise lace. The off-shoul-
der neckline contrasts with demure
Coe~d Resnid,, %
r HE WAA softball tou.
begin Monday, acror
Daniels, barhebll manag
Postal cards hve beci
various house aihle im
questing them to state
for playing time. Any s
mitory, or zone that has
such a preference card
first and second pecrr
put it in the WAA prei
the Undergraduate Of
r T~ t-'C . 1,ii 1..1.. fi.v i
rnament will allowed to play with less than seven
ding to Pat members.
er. In case of rain, games will be re-
1 sent to the scheduled. If teams are indoubt as
to the possible cancelling of games.
«ana§ers, re- they may call the WAB after 3 p.m.
preferances to learn of any cancellations.
not received PLEDGES may play with either so-
should list a , rority or their present resi-
ed time and dence's team, but no woman may
dent's box in play on more than one team during
fice of the the season under any circumstances.
Coeds wishing to officiate at the
games may do so and will also have
lay are 5:10 the opportunity to qualify for a na-
on Monday, tional rating. There will be a meeting
d Thursday. at 4 p.m. Friday at Barbour Gym
ired to have, for all those interested. Information
n extra coed concerning officiating br the tour-
eam consists nament may be had by calling Miss
team will be Daniels at 2-5618.
IM VEb aa i]lable r1
- - -- - ----~ .ni. and 7: li pm.
- Tuesday, Wie> deay. an
Sa yw iIGiv Ecli team ill be requ
in adtition to players, a
to act as scorer. A full t
of ten women, and nof
The "Foesle Fling" presented by
the NROTC and V-12 unit for all
Naval personnel will be held from 9
p.m. to midnight, Friday, in the
Klass Kuiper and his orchestra
will furnish the music for the dance.
The members of the orchestra are all
students on campus. Tickets for the
affair are priced at $1.75.
There will be door prizes and dur-
ing the half hour intermission enter-
tainment will be provided by the unit
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