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Junior Coeds
May Petition
For Positions
League Executive, Judiciary
Council Posts Will Be Open;
Petitions Due Saturday Noon
Petitioning for League Executive
and League Council pos:itions and for
one senior member of the Judiciary
Ccuncil is now open to all junior
women who will have senior status
next fall.
Positions open include president,
vice -president, secretary, treasurer,
merit-tutorial chairman, personnel
chairman, social chairman, fresh-
man orientation advisors' chairman,
transfer orientation advisors' chair-
man, publicity chairman, and drives
chairman.
New Post Open
The president, vice-president, sec-
retary, and treasurer serve on the
Executive Council of the League
Council. The publicity chairmanship
has just been created this year, and
any original ideas for the functions
of this position would be especially
welcome.
Ruthann Bales, Judiciary chair-
man, said, "A year's acquaintance-
ship with League activities and an
active interest and aathorough knowl-
edge of the position in which the can-
didate desires membership are pri-
mary qualifications for all of these
positions. Original, far-sighted, and
comprehensive discussion of policy,
and possible administration is de-
sired in each candidate's petition and
interview."
League Constitution
"Those interested in the afore-
mentioned positions are advised to
study the constitution of the Michi-
gan League which is posted on the
bulletin board in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League and to ac-
OBSERVATORY
BEAUTY SALON
Under the
NEW OWNERSHIP
of Lucy Pritchard and
Lucille Stebbins
Operators: Winifred Benny,
and Hester AnnKelly

Qalens Society
Will Sponsor
Cadeuceus Ball
The music of Gene DeVine will
highlight the 1946 Cadeuceus Ball
which will be presented by Galens,
local honorary medical fraternity,
from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday in
the League Ballroom.
DeVine and his; "Thirteen Men and
a Girl" last played at the University
at the New Year's Eve Dance, and
has recently played engagements at
the Jackson Armory and hotel ball-
rooms in Flint, Lansing, and Battle
Creek. His band is the Michigan
State College campus band, and Miss
Margaret McQueary, Michigan State
coed, is the featured vocalist.
This year'& semi-formal dance will
be open to all medical students re-
gardless of class. In keeping with
Michigan tradition, no corsages will
be worn at the dance except by com-
mittee members and their guests.
Although no theme of decorations
has been set, plans are underway for
a huge balloon display which will
dominate the ballroom.
quaint themselves with recent
amendments which may be found in
the League Council minutes in the
League Library. Candidates should
make themselves familiar with the
president's report for recent years,
paying particular attention to the
past workings of the positions in
which they are interested," Miss
Bales added.
Candidates for positions on the
Executive Council should be pre-
pared to discuss long-term policies
for the League including such points
as class projects and a general over-
all plan of League activities.
Interviews Scheduled
Petitions for League Executive po-
sitions, League Council positions and
one senior position on the Judiciary
Council are due at noon, Saturday.
Interviewing will take place April 22,
23, 24, 26. The interviews are to
last ten minutes and each candidate
will have an opportunity to elabor-
ate on the plans and ideas incorpor-
ated in her petition.
Each candidate must present an
eligibility card signedby the Merit-
Tutorial Committee at the interview
and is asked to submit at that time
the names of three references, a
house director, a faculty memnber,
and an upperclass' woman. These
names will be used at the discre-
of the Council, and all information
will be held confidential.

WAA To Sponsor Michilodeon
In Revival of Pre-War Tradition

Featuring boo;s manned . by men.
and women's residences on campu
ond dancing in lBarbour Gym, WAA
':i'l pe c'n its Il 94 Doi i of' Mu'
lcd on from 8 pen.: I' udniaii Su-
urday. April 27, in T 'br and Wa
erman Gyms.
Michilodeon is a traitional cam-
pus affair which was discominued
during the war. The 1 ediin was
held in 1941 and featured booths
floor shows and a 'Dogie Derb
Not-ces will sn he sent to the
huuses which have becn s Iceted to
.ran either refreshment or nm'
bioths at Michilodeon. Th2,se will be
chosen by the booth comIr.ittee
headed by Jean Brown and Collee
Ide. Games such as sponge throw ins',
air rifle, darts, wishing well, weigh t
guessing and various ether carnival
games will be featured.
In addition, some booths will offer
refreshments such as cokes, ice-
cream, pretzels and sandwiches. A
highlight of the evening will be a
booth manned by a group of Uni-
versity professors. This will be an
"apple polishing" booth and as the
profs" sell the apples, they will pol-
ish them for all their customers. This
should prove to be of special interest
to all students who will attend the
event.
D~ancing will continue throughout

the evening in BarbI:r Gyniand
music will he provided by a vrsity
,ad.hiformal attire wi Wsynote the
e,1ning a i tile :f"air is ii? to ny-
e" - wi'Aing to at:e1:l. 'to " cIr
- hcs wil re .y the s .a) at
.:±) ram. and at 10:30 pn. ' iet.Ires
ui aI he taken by a local c::rrra shop
and bI)A will also sri or so'i re-
frshinwnt booths.
Peopl: who win at the game bcaths
a M phe preented witl ''Mieibaks,"
I- e ateidn take 1 he:lid the
Urj1I ea li h x.re pci c'; rcnging
c fi. and ashras to tesa and
statcnery may be purchased.
: uses have teen reminded that
onlyv lire-proof decorating materials
tay w used at Michilodeon and that
ries will be awarded for the most
unusual bcoth and the booth that
eilet Is the greatest amount Qf
money. The prizes are large silver
tays which will be cugraved for the
hues which win in the above cate-
genies.
Tickets will be five cents each and
will be pur'chased at the door the
night of the event, Each game will
cost one ticket and refreshments may
also be paid for in tickets.
gala postwar revivil of atLme-
honored event.

GIFT FROM JAPAN--Nancy Lee McCall, 8, Muskegon, Mich., shows a,
palace and household-which her soldier dad, Allen Mc Call, sent her.

Jap doll house-replica of an imperial

WAA NOTICES

Interviewing for WAA Board posi-
tions will be held from 1:30 p.m. to
5 p.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, Wednes-
day, and Thursday in the upstairs
offices of the WAB.
Camp Counselor's Club will meet at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday at WAB. Dr.
Colby wiill lead the discussion. Recrea-
tional leadership students and others
interested are invited to attend.
Fencing Club will meet at 4:20
p.m. Thursday on the WAB terrace
for instruction.
Games for the coming week in the
WAA softball tournament are sched-
uled as follows. In case of rain, games
will be re-scheduled, and if team
members are in doubt as to cancella-
tions they should phone the WAB af-
ter 3 p.m.
Monday: Zone 3 vs. Collegiate Sor-
osis at 5:10 p.m.; White House vs.
Helen Newberry, Kappa Alpha Theta
vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Zones 2
and 4 vs. Zone 7, Zone 6 vs. Delta
Gamma at 7:15 p.m.
Tuesday: Zeta Tau Alpha vs. Kap-
pa Delta, Alpha Epsilon Phi vs. Al-

Wednesday: Alpha Delta Pi vs.
Sigma Delta Tau, Pi Beta Phi I vs.
Zone 1 at.5:10 p.m.; Zone 9 vs. Bald-
win House, Couzens III vs. Zone 5,
Betsy Barbour vs. Couzens I at 7:15
P.m.
Thursday: Alpha Xi Delta vs. Al-
pha Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta
vs. Chi Omega, Pi Beta Phi II vs.
Adelia Cheever, Alpha Omicron Pi
vs. Alpha Gamma Delta at 5:10 p.m;
Martha Cook vs. Michigan League,
Couzens IV vs. Zone 8 at 7:15 p.m.

SUnion Wil I Present
Easter 'Bunny Hop'
The Bunny Hop, the Union's spe-
cial Easter dance, wil be held from
9 p.m. to midnight Saturday in the
Union Ballroom.
Union members will hide colored
Easter eggs bearing the Union seal
along the diagonal by Wednesday,
and anyone finding one of these eggs
will receive a free ticket to the Bunny
Hop simply by presenting the egg at
the Union ticket office.
Decorations, which will follow an
Easter theme, will be kept secret till
the evening of the dance. Bill Lay-
ton and his orchestra will furnish the
music.

Cot ton B1,Uu much iCoa ts
are hack!

LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA PRESENTS
TWO ONE-ACT PLAYS
RO"SINA E AGL
and
Tuesday, April 16 - Wednesday, April 17, 8:30 P.M.
Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
Box Office Opens Monday, April 15, Phone 6300
Admission 60c (tax incl.)

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Call for Appointments There will be a meeting of the pha Phi, R
Decorations committee for Panhel- bor Indep
Phone 2-3413 Assembly Ball at 4 p.m. Tuesday in ma Phi B
the ABC Rooms of the League. All vs. Madiso
402 Washington Heights women who would like to work on
the committee are urged to attend. Assem
To o
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To flatter your petitioned
Board ane
Easter Bonnet be held t
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idgeway House vs. Ann Ar-
endents at 5:10 p.m.; Gam-
eta vs. Couzens II, Jordan
on House at 7:15 p.m.
bly, Panhel
Id Interviews
wing for coeds who have
for positions on Assembly
d Panhellenic Council will
his week in the Assembly
ellenic Offices respectively.
dent women will be inter-
om 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. to-
d Wednesday, while sor-
Len's interviews will be held
.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow,
and Wednesday.
ns' Wives Club
terans' Wives' Club will
eeting at 7:30 p.m. tomor-
e Grand Rapids Room of
e.
!ssie Croft Ellif will speak
o Today," and her talk is
trated with a film.

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