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WEDNE~SDAY, APRIL 10,, 194Gk

THE Ml( IIIC.AN'. D ATIN

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Panhel, WfRl, Assembly Petitions Due Coed Annual
Saturday in Undergraduate Office Bridge Party

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Spring Fantasy
Will Be Qiven

Petitions To Include
Suggestions, Plans

Meeting To Be Held
Today for Applicants

Petitioning Extended
By Coeds' Request

To Be Revived
Ann Arbor Department Store

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The deadline for petitions for Pan- The WAA will hold a meeting for
hellenic Council positions has been all coeds interested in petitioning for
set for noon Saturday, at which time WAA board positions for 1946-47 atI
they are to be placed in the Panhel- 4:30 p.m. today in the upstairs loungeI
lenic box in the Undergraduate Of- of the WAB.I
fice of the League. Applicants will be told the duties ofI
Women should sign for interview- each office and petitioning procedureI
ing appointments at the same time will be discussed. Petitions are due at
they turn in their petitions. They I noon Saturday in the WAA box inI
may sign for interviews from 2 p.m. to the Undergraduate Office of the
5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Fri- League, and those petitioning should
day, of next veek. Interviews will be sign for interviews on the sheet post-
held in Room E on the third floor of ed on the WAA bulletin board in the3
the League. All petitioners must Undergraduate Office.
bring their eligibility cards. Interviewing is scheduled to be held
Council posts are open for presi- from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday,
dent, vice-president, secretary, rush- Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
ing secretary, and treasurer. Peti- in the upstairs offices of the WAB.
tions should include criticisms o Women petitioning for president
present policies and suggestions and must be second semester juniors at
plans for the future. the present time and must have
All eligible affiliated women are served for one year on the WAA
urged to petition. Further informa- Board. Other positions are open to
tion may be obtained in the Under- all eligible coeds of all classes. Eli-
graduate Office of the League. gibility cards should be brought to
A--interviews.
C . i aThose women who are planning to
\a rni va Ipetition should familiarize themselves
with the WAA constitution copies of
which are on the WAA bulletin
WrI Featu re boards in the WAB, Barbour, and the
Undergraduate Office. .

Petitioning for positions for the ITo Present Coed Sty
1946-47 Assembly Board has been Door Prizes Will Be
extended by request until noon Sat- D
urday, according to Helen Alpert, As- The Coed Annual Bridg
sembly president. . ivngaCod Araid
Interviews for candidates who Xivml an old tradition,
have already submitted their peti- from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Satu
tions will be held from 4 p.m. to League Ballroom.
5:30 p.m. today, from 3 p.m. to 5:30 A style show, presented
p.m. tomorrow and from 4 p.m. to Arbor department store w
5:30 p.m. Friday. Coeds who intend the afternocn. University
to petition during the extendedr| model fashions includ
time are asked to sign for an inter- dresses, bathing suits, fo
viewing time in the Undergrad- dresses, raincoats and otl
uate Office of the League when wear. -
they turn in petitions. ;There will be a drawin
Independent women who will have numbers for door prizes 2
senior standing next fall may yeti- ble prizes and refreshme
tion for the offices of Assembly served. Tickets will be fif
president, vice-president of dormi- eluding tax, and may be
tories, vice-president of league hous- from dormitory, league
es, personnel chairman, secretary- Panhellenic representative
treasurer, league house activities main desk of the League.
chairman and dorm activities chair- The committee for th
man. All coeds petitioning for senior Dottie Wantz. general char
positions must have at least one year Robir'on. arrangements;
of League activities to their credit. publicity: Betty Lou Bidwe
All positions except president and ments; Estelle Klein, s
the two vice-presidents are also Barbara Brady. prizes; an
open to women who will have ju- throp, tickets.
nior standing next year. It is preferred that wom
All candidates are urged to con- foursomes, but groups of a
sult the President's Report in the will be welcomed and tab
Social Director's Office in the League arranged upon arrival. T
for general ideas and the organiza- Paity is sponsored byt
tional structure of Assembly. Committee of the League.

yle Show;
Awarded
e Party. re-
will be held
urday in the
by an Ann
ill highlight
y coeds will
ing sports
rmals, date
her campus
ag of ticket
nd also ta-
nts will be
ty cents in-
purchased
houses, or
es or at the
e party is
irman; AnnI
Lucy Stone,
ell, refresh-
tyle show;
.d Grace La-
nen come in
any number
bles will be
The Bridge
the Social

Resuming a pre-war tradition of an
amnual ,:pring party for civilian men's
residences in the West Quadrangle,
Spring Fantasy. a semi-formal dance,
will be presented from 9 p.m. to mid-
night Satu'day in the League Ball-
room.
The ballroom will be decorated in
pastel spring colors for the party and
a band will provide music for the
dancers.
The list of patrons is headed by
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven, and includes Dean J. A.
Bursley, Provost and Mrs. James P.
Adams, Assistant Dean and Mrs. W.
J. Emmons, Associate Dean and Mrs.
E. A. Walter, Assistant and Mrs. W.
B. Rae, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Shiel,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Peake, Mr.
and Mrs. Peter A. Ostafin, and Miss
Eleanor Scanlon.
The list continues with Miss Inez
Harrison. Miss Irene Boelts, Mr. Ray
M. Steele, Mr. Harry Merritt, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Harlan, Detroit, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Londick. Pontiac, Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Rock, Detroit, and Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. Boyne, Mason.
The Women's Glee Club will hold
an informal get-together after re-
hearsal at 8:30 p.m. today in the
Grill Room of the League.

Orrin Tucker T
At Traditional E
The Slide Rule Ball Committee has
announced that Orrin Tucker and his
band, wil lay or heannalSid
Rule Ball to be presented from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Friday in the Union Ball-
room.
The center of decorations for the
dance will be a huge slide rule, sym-
bol of all engineering students. An
arch, resembling the Engineering
Arch, will be built over the doorway
and caricatures of various professors
of the Engineering School will dec-
orate the corridor leading to the ball-
room.
Insignia of engineering societies
will be displayed on the walls, andI
the dance programs will be of blue
leather with gold slide rules on the
cover.
Ticket sales will be open to every
one on campus. They may be pur-
chased at the Engine Arch and Union
travel desk from 10 a.m. to noon and
from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. every day until
the dance.
Tucker's band, which features vo-
cals by Scotty Marsh, was first or-
ganized when he was in high school.
When Tucker entered Northwestern
University, his band played for vari-
ous campus functions to help defray
college expenses. When he was of-
fered an engagement in New Oreans,
Tucker left his studies to take the
job.
Tucker enlarged his band, and filled

o Be Featured
Engineers' Ball
a succession of engagements in the
South and Middle West. The band
also made a number of guest radio
appearances, and played on the Hit
Parade program.
Besides conducting his orchestra,
playing a clarinet and saxophone,
and occasionally singing, Tucker is a
songwriter in his spare time. "Espe-
cially for You" and "My Resistance
Is Low" are among the tunes he has
written. His band is well known for
its renditions of "Billy" and "Oh,
Johnny, Oh."
Underwriters Club
To Give Luncheon
In Russian Room
The Underwriters group will hold
a luncheon meeting from 11:45 a.m.
to 1 p.m. tomorrow in the Russian
Tea Room of the League.
Every woman student earning her
room and board by providing house-
hold asistance in the private home in
which she lives is cordially invited to
attend. Each member is asked to
bring her own lunch and sugar for
tea and coffee if desired. Virginia
Howe is chairman of this business
and social meeting.

Booths, Games
Qffering dancing, booths, erected
and manned by various campus resi-
dences, and an informal atmosphere,
the Women's Athletic Association will
sponsor its traditional Michilodeon
Carnival at 8 p.m. to midnight Sat-
urday, April 27 in Barbour and Wat-
erman Gyms.
The affair is open to all students on
campus and their friends and will be
the first Michilodeon to be presented
since the war. Music for dancing in
Barbour Gym will be furnished by
Klaas Kuiper and his orchestra. In
addition, intermission entertainment
will occupy the spotlight with two
floor shows being presented at 9:30
p.m. and 10:30 p.m. during the Car-
nival.
Booths will be built in Waterman
Gym and both men's and women's
houses will be responsible for them.
Some booths will offer dart games, a
telegraph system, rifle range, throw-
ing balls and other carnival games.
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Carnival Tryouts
Tryouts for. entertainment for
Michilodeon will be held from 2 p.m.
to 4 p.m. Saturday in the dance stu-
dio of Barbour Gym. Both men and
women may tryout for singing, danc-
ing or variety numbers.

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Student Nurses
To Give Benefit
Carnival Friday
A Benefit Carnival, sponsored by
the students of the School of Nurs-
ing, will be given for all students on
campus, from 7:30 p.m. to midnight
Friday, at Couzens Hall.
All forms of entertainment will
be provided at the Carnival. There
will be dancing to records, square
dancing, penny pitching, side-
shows, a chamber of horrors, a
wishing well, fortune telling, card
and hoop tossing, portrait paint-
ing, and telegram and marriage
booths. Refreshments will be serv-
ed. Tickets will be sold at the door
for a nominal fee, and door prizes
will be awarded.
The proceeds from the Carnival
will be sent in response to the French
Nurses' plea to rebuild the Florence
Nightingale School of Nursing, which
was taken over by the Germans dur-
ing the war. The hospital and school,
a Memorial of the American Nurses,
sponsored by the American Nurses'
Association long before World War I,
was practicaly destroyed by the Ger-
mans.
When the French finally regained
the hospital they discovered that
most of their essential equipment
had been confiscated, and that the
entire ground floor, as well as the
dining room and sitting rooms were
rendered useless. They managed,
however, to establish a temporary
organization, and within fifteen
days, requests for admission to the
school began to come in. Though
its present state is weak and the
supplies are low, the memorial still
lives.
In the United States, Nursing
Schools are again offering their aid
to the hospital. Five boxes of nurses'
uniforms have already been sent to
relieve the shortage. In New York,
the Presbyterian Hospital School of
Nursing has taken over the respon-
sibility of re-equipping the library.
New Jersey and other states have
started collecting funds to purchase
other necessities.
Regular Ruthven
Tea To Be Held
Today for Students
The first Ruthven Tea for this
month will be given from 4 to 6 p.m.
today at the home of President and
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven.
All University students are invited
to attend the tea, and the special
guests for this week are Delta Delta
Delta, League House Zone Number
II, Greene House, and Phi Gamma
Delta.
All coeds on Social Committee are
expected to attend the tea end those
who have not had their eligibility
cards signed should bring them.
Student Riding Clubs
Will Meet at Barbour
Crop and Saddle and the Univer-
sity Women's Riding Club will meet
with the Men's Riding Club at 9 p.m.
today in Barbour Gym.
Mr. Hastings of Golfside Stables
will talk on horsemanship and types
of horses, and a question and discus-
sion period will follow. All riding
club members are urged to attend
this meeting.

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