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1946-47 Coed Positions To Be
Announced at Annual Installation

Council Posts WAA Swim

Hellzapoppin Dance To Be Presented Saturday at Union

To Be Filled

Meet Results

Installation Night, a traditional
event for all women on campus will be
held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 13 in
Rackham Lecture Hall at which time
coed activity positions for 1946-47
will be announced.
Adhering to a new policy, Installa-
tion Night will not feature a guest
speaker but will be solely concerned
with the announcement of those
women who will serve as members of
League Council, Judiciary Council
and as League Junior assistants. In
addition, the central committee and
chairmen of JGPlay and Soph Cab-
aret will be 'revealed.
Other positions to be announced
include members of Panhellenic
and Assembly Board and orienta-
tion advisers. Honor societies in-
eluding Mortorboard, Senior So-
ciety, open to independent senior
women, and Scroll, for affiliated
senior women, will tap. This year,
the honor societies will go directly
to the women they are to tap and
will dispense with a "tour" through
the lecture hall which was an an-

nual feature of the tapping pro-
cedure.
Following Installation Night, a re-
ception will be held at 8:30 p.m. in
the League Ballroom to which all
women on campus are invited. Free
cokes will be served and the new
League Council members, Judiciary
members and newly-tapped members
of the various honor societies will be
on hand to meet those who attend.
Since more women petitioned1
this spring for activity positions for
1946-4 than ever before, it is ex-
pected that a record-breaking
crowd will attend Installation
Night and the reception in the
League which will follow the an-
nouncement of those who have
been appointed to committees, ac-
cording to Betty Vaughn, vice-
president of League Council.
Sororities have been requested to
make Installation Night a house
function or count it as a chapter
meeting. Houses will sit together in
blocs

Petitions for Sophomore Aides' A re A"nnou iCcd
May Be Presented This Week
Kappa Kappa Gamma placed first'
Five sopohomore aide positions on in the WAA swimming meet yester-
the League Judiciary Council are now day with Sorosis, second; and Gam-1
open, and women may bring peti- ma Phi Beta, third and individual
tions for these posts to interviews this high scorers were Rase Marie Schoetz.

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week.
Coeds who have petitioned for
Soph Cabaret positions and wish to
apply for the aide positions also
should bring a petition to their,
scheduled interview. Those who wish
to petition as Judiciary aides but did'
not petition for Soph Cabaret should
sign for an interviewing time and
bring petitions to the interview.
Ruthann Bales, Judiciary chair-
man, emphasized that women may
now petition only for the posts as
aides to the council. Lists of duties
of sophomore aides are posted on the
bulletin board in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
Women who were unable to sign
for interviews Saturday may now
sign for interviewing times on the
new lists posted in the Undergradu-
ate Office. Interviews are scheduled
to be held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. today
and Friday and from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
tomorrow in the Judiciary Council
Room.
Each interviewee will be required
to present an eligibility cai signed
by the Merit-Tutorial Committee of
the League. In her interview the coed
must be preparer to discuss her origi-
nal plans for the functions of the of-
fices for which she is petitioning.
Bowling Entries
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.Due Saturday
The WAA Bowling Club will spon-
sor its second all-campus tournament
on Wednesday, May 8, at a local
bowling alley, and entries for the
meet will close Saturday, according
to Marie Neumeister, club manager.
Entry blanks for men may be ob-
tained from Ralph Wildermann, 8771,
and women may contact Miss Neu-
meister at 2-5618 for entry forms.
There will be a fee of one dollar for
the tournament, and this will include
use of bowling facilities.
The winners of the first tourna-
ment, with scores for three lines, were
Pat Brezener, Dorothy Proefke, and
Esther Harju in the women's division
and Tom Reader, Ralph Wildermann,
and Richard Balford in the men's
class.
Wednesday's competition will be
organized on a mixed doubles basis,
and students may sign up individu-
ally or in couples.
The WAA club has closed its club
season in which high game scores
were registered by Pat Abell, Ann
Coe and Pat Brezner. Winners of the
flight tournament sponsored by the
club were announced, and are as fol-
lows for the nine flights of the com-
petition: Pat Brezner, Florence Tsil-
koff, Annette Dieters, Collie Ide,
Martha Allen, Janice Borock, Ann
Leverenz, Joan Corlett and Lois
Steinman.

Students,
Groups T

Special
o Attend

Gamma Phi Edc, fist: Roxie Tay-
ler, Sorosis, s ond: and Pat Daniels,.
Kappa Kappa Gamma. third.
A relay was won by Kappa Kappa
Gamma, Pi Beta Phi, second; and
Sorosis, third. Miss Schoetz placed
first in the 25 yd. backstroke, with
Janet Adams, Marth Cook, second;
and Clara Abliston, Cheever, third'
Winning first in the 25 yd. free
style was Frances Radford of Ann
Arbor; Miss Daniel-, second; and
Nancy Gillette and Carol Straechley,
Kappa Kappa Gamma tied for third.
The 25 yd. breast stroke was won
by Miss Tayler: Margeiry Crozier,
Robert Owen Co-op. second; and Lee
Wellman, Zeta Tau Alpha, third. Miss
Tayler also won the 50 yard breast
stroke, with Barbara Whiting. Jor-
dan. second; and Miss Crozier, third.
Miss Schoetz won the 50 yd. back-
stroke, Miss Whitney placed second,
and Miss Albiston, third. The 50 yd.
free style was won by Miss Daniels
with Viginia Stone, Sorosis, second;
and Miss Radford, third.

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Ruthven Tea Today
AllUniversity students are invited
to attend a tea from 4 to 6 p.m. today
at the home President and Mrs. Alex-
ander G. Ruthven.
The special guests for this week are
residents of Martha Cook, Kappa
Delta, Phi Kappa Psi, Delta Upsilon,
and Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Mrs. Leona B. Diekema, Social Di-
rector of Martha Cook and Mrs. Sara
L. Rowe, House Director of Martha
Cook, will pour from 4 to 5 p.m. Pour-
ing from 5 to 6 p.m. will be Mrs.
Harry B. Phelps, House Director of
Kappa Delta and Miss Ethel A. Mc-
Cormick, Social Director of the
League.
All coeds on the League Social
Committee are expected to attend the
tea and should bring their eligibility
cards if they have not yet been signed.
Table Tennis Finals
To Be Played Off
t Winners of house and dormitory
table tennis tournament nnust notify
Janet Morgan, manager, as soon as
possible.
The schedule for the final playoffs
will be posted on the bulletin board
in Barbour Gym, Saturday.
Houses which manned booths
at Michilodeon are asked to pre-
sent an itemized account of booth
expense between 1 pjn. and 4 p.m.
Thursday in Barbour Gym.

The Union Executive Council will Saturday night bath in
present the Hellzapoppin Dance, the dance floor. A fift
third in their series of special dances, bowl, recently stolenf
from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday in seum, has been provid
the Rainbow Room of the Union. casion.
Bill Layton and his orchestra will Students must be 2
play for the dance, and vocals will be prove it in order to e
supplied by Patti DuPont. Red devils room. A University pr
behind the band stand and around on hand to check ide
the ballroom will dominate the deco- Any kind of costume'
rations, for the dance and pi
Dancers will be entertained by a taken. Highlight of th
man in a bathtub who will take his be the presentation of
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Students who are interested in
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"All thos e interested in working
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life are urged to attend the dance,"
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