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March 02, 1947 - Image 5

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iss Meeting



Open League Petitionin


Is May Apply for Junior)
>r, Sophomore Positions

mass meeting for coeds inter-
l in petitioning for positions
eague, Assembly, WAA, and
iellenic activities for next year
be held at 4 p.m. Thursday in
League Ballroom.
e entire League Council, As-
ly, and Panhellenic Boards
be present at the meeting to
in the duties and functions
11 positions open for spring
viewing. They also will de-
e the general system of peti-
ng and interviewing.
ophomore, junior, and senior
tions are open in these ac-
ties. Sophomore petitions are
by noon, March 14, with in-
dewing from March 11 to 21;
itions for senior positions are
at noon, March 22, with in-
iewing from March 24 to
"i 3; and junior petitions are
at noon, April 19, with inter-
ving from April 21 to May 2.
allation night will be held
y 5.
ry coed petitioning must bring
igibility card to her interview.
ent second semester freshmen
rst semester sophomores may
ion for various sophomore
oph Cabaret Central Com-
tee posts which are open are
irman, assistant chairman,
-etary, assistant secretary,
licity chairman and two as-
ants, ticket chairman and as-
uit, floorshow chairman and
stant, script chairman, and
ce chairman.
her positions include stage
ager and assistant, music
man and assistant, costume
man and assistant, makeup
man, refreshmentsachairman,
ss chairman, finance chair-
and assistant, decorations
man and assistant, ushering
man, and chairman of special
is and concessions.
here are five sophomore po-
ins open as Judiciary Council
s, and present second semes-
freshmen or first semester
homores may also petition for
tains in charge of hostess-
for League dancing classes.
sophomore positions on the
gue Interviewing Committee
also open.
e duties of these various posi-
will be posted on the bulletin
d in the Undergraduate Office
hie League, along with the
es and telephone numbers of
er chairmen. Additional in-

formation may be found in the
Presidents' Report in the League
Jean Louise Hole, chairman of
the League Interviewing Commit-
tee stated, "We hope that a great
many women will take advantage
of the opportunities and enjoy-
ment that can be derived from
extracurricular activities."
Rifle Club: Practice for all
members from 3 to 5 p.m. today
at the WAB. Intercollegiate tele-
graphich meet will be held at 3
p.m. Thursday, in addition to the
regular practice.
Archery Club: Practice meetings
at 5 p.m tomorrow and Thursday
at the WAB.
Bowling Club: Meeting at 3 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday at the
bowling alleys.
Ballet Club: Beginners will meet
at 7 p.m. and intermediates at 8
p.m. Wednesday in Barbour Gym.
Camp Counselor's Club: Handi-
craft workshop at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday at the WAB.
Basketball Club: Beginners and
experienced players are invited to
attend the practice meeting at
4 p.m. Friday in Barbour Gym.
* * e
Games scheduled in the WAA
basketball tournament for the
coming week are as follows:
Monday: Sigma Delta Tau vs
Co-op Girls and Gamma Phi Beta
2 vs Alpha Epsilon Pi at 5:10 p.m.
Tuesday: Zeta Tau Alpha vs
Alpha Phi 2 and Sorosis 1 vs Delta
Gamma at 5:10 p.m.
Thursday: Pi Beta Phi 3 vs Al-
pha Chi Omega at 5:10. Kappa
Delta vs Interzone and Jordan 7
vs Chi Omega at 7:30 p.m. Stock-
well 12 vs Willow Run Veterans
and Jordan 6 vs Couzens 5 at 8:10
'Ensian Pictures will be taken
of the WAA Rifle Club at 4:30 p.m.
tomorrow at the ROTC Range.
All members are urged to be
present, according to Barbara
Crosby, club manager. This meet-
ing is a practice period from 3 to
5 p.m., for the prone telegraphic
meet to be held from 3 to 5 p.m.

Soph Prom
Ticket Sales
To Be Opened
Sophomores may buy tickets for
the "Forty-Niner Ball" beginning
Wednesday, and sales will con-
tinue from 1 to 5 p.m. every day
at the Union, League, and Univer-
sity Hall.
Sales will be limited to com-
fortable dancing capacity, and
sophomores must present their ID
cards when buying tickets. Sale
of any remaining tickets will be
opened to members of all classes
beginning Monday, March 10.
The "Forty-Niner Ball" will be
presented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday, March 14, in the Union
Ballroom. The dance is a revival
of the Soph Prom which was held
annually before the war but was
discontinued in 1942. Women stu-
dents have been granted 1:30 a.m.
permission for the semi-formal
Following a theme centered
around the gold rush of 1849, the
decorations will feature covered'
wagons and gold nuggets. The col-
Qr scheme will be gold and Chinese
red, the sophomore class color.
Gold programs, covered in cellu-
loid and displaying a covered wag-
on design, will be distributed to
all women at the dance.
The orchestra which will play
has not yet been announced, but
a name band traditionally plays
for the Soph Prom.
All sophomores interested in
working on either the ticket or
decorations committee for the
"Forty-Niner Ball" should attend
the dance committee meeting at
4:30 p.m. tomorrow in room 302
in the Union.

League Group
To Offer Dance
Lesson Series
Students may register for League
Dancing Classes at the time of
the first meetings of the groups
in the League Ballroom on Tues-
day and Wednesday.
Beginners will register before4
7:30 p.m. Tuesday; Intermediates
before 7 p.m. or before 8 p.m. Wed-
nesday. Fees may be paid at this
time. John Guin will instruct the
classes, assisted by coed assistant
The dance classes originated in
1934, at that time they were
taught by Miss Ethel McCormick,
now League Social Director. At
this time it was decided that the
classes should be held on Tuesday
and Wednesday because many
house meetings were held on Mon-
All students wishing to improve
their dancing are urged to enroll
in the classes, according to Shirley
Mattern, dance chairman. The
dance classes are social hours as
well as instructional periods.

Traditional Assembly Formal
Will Feature Tommy Tucker

"High Tide," the traditional As-
sembly Ball, to be presented from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the
Intramural Building, will feature
the music of Tommy Tucker and
.his orchestra.
Hailed by lovers of dance music
from New York to California,
Tucker has played to capacity au-
diences in well-known theatres in
Boston, Chicago, Miami and Phil-
adelphia, as well as at hotels in
New York City and Hollwood. He
has also been featured at the Pal-
ladium in Hollywood, and at the
Meadowbrook in Cedar Grove, N.
J., which was the scene of the
Michigan Reunion during Christ-
mas vacation.
Tucker has been heard in-
numerable times on the air on
dance music programs, and has
appeared on "Spotlight Bands"
and the "Fitch Bandwagon." He
has also just recently completed
series of programs on the "Pot
0' Gold" show.
Introduced throughout the na-

tion by the familiar phrase,
Tommy Tucker Time," Tucke
also established a high tot
record sales, with such sonI
"I Don't Want To Set The N
On Fire," selling more than
000 copies in a period of o:
few months, and remaining a
time favorite.
Highlighted with the o
estra are Don Brown, baril
Kerwin Somerville, novelty s
er Bud Kimker on drums
Billy Dee on the saxaphone.
versing the old nursery rl
about "Tommy Tucker sin
for his supper," Tucker has
augurated a novelty act
audience participation, kr
as "Sing For Your Supper
Tommy Tucker."
According to Betty Spil
general chairman of the
formal dance, the remaining
ets for the affair will be ava
to all women on campus fr
to 5 p.m. daily at a booth i

OLD AND NEW--Students at Smith College, Northampton, Mass.,
model old and new fashions. Left to right are an 1899 campus
outfit, an 1883 'exercise" suit, a modern cotton dress, and a modern
tennis outfit.
Thi rd Faculty Student Tea of Term
Wil I be Held Thursday in League


BoC* nnets

The third faculty-student tea of
the semester will be held from 3:30
to 5 p.m. Thursday in the Russian
Tea Room of the League.
Members of the Spanish, Portu-
guese, and Italian departments will
be special guests at the affair,
which is sponsored by the Assem-
bly and Panhellenic Associations.

Students were urged by Dodie
Johnson, publicity chairman to
attend. "Professors and students
have enjoyed the past teas, and it
is an excellent opportunity for
these groups to get acquainted
with each other," Miss Johnson


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