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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

Soph Post Petit
27 Board Jobs To Be Filled;
Soph Interviews Will Begin!
Committee Head Mass Meeting
Positions Open To Be in WAB
Petitions for sophomore posts in Petitioning will open tomorrow
various activities for next year are for 27 positions on the WAA Board
due at noon tomorrow in the,Un- president.
dergraduate Office of the League. according to Jean Brown, WAA
Second semester freshmen and A meeting will be held at 4:30
first semester sophomores may pe- p.m. Thursday in the lounge of
tition for positions on the Soph the Women's Athletic Building for
Cabaret Central Committee. The all coeds interested in applying for
openings are chairman, assistant board posts. Miss Brown will ex-
chairman, secretary, assistant sec- plain the duties of each office and
retary, publicity chairman and the petitioning procedure.
two assistants, ticket chairman Executive board positions open
and assistant, floorshow chairman include president, vice-president,
and assistant, script chairman and secretary, treasurer, AFCW repre-
dance chairman. enttive nuhliit manr in-

ions Due

Tomorrow;

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Petitioning

Soph Prom
Ticket Sales
Cnp~r tn All

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Fresh Air Camp To Benefit
From Spike Jones' Review

Opens
WAA Bowling
Season Begins
Thespring season tournament
is underway for WAA Bowling
Club members who meet from 3
to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Wednes-
day afternoons at Michigan Rec-
reation on Liberty.
Any coed interested in joining
in the club's activities, whether
she is a beginner or has had bowl-
ing experience, is urged to call
Gwen Sperlich, 2-3494 or 2-2569.
Dues, which cover alley fees, are
Y $2.70 for the term.

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Committee Posts Available
Other posts on the committee
include stage manager and assis-
tant, music chairman and assis-
tant, costume chairman and assis-
tant, makeup chairman, refresh-
ments chairman, hostess chair-
man, finance chairman and assis-
tant, decorations chairman and
assistant, ushering chairman, and
chairman of special booths and
concessions.
There are five sophomore posi-
tions available as Judiciary Coun-
cil aides. The League Interviewing
Committee has two sophomore op-
enings, and captains in charge of
hostesses for the League dancing
classes are also needed.
Interviewing To Open
Interviewing will be held from
Tuesday to Friday, March 21. Co-
eds must bring an eligibility card
signed by the Merit-Tutorial Com-
mittee with them at the time of
their interview. Coeds may get
their eligibility cards in the Office
of Student Affairs in University
Hall and have them signed in
the Undergraduate Office in the
League.
Petitions should include plans
and suggestions for the positions
desired. Information about the
duties of the various positions is
posted on the bulletin board in
the Undergraduate Office as well
as the names and telephone num-
bers of former chairmen. Further
information can be found in the
President's Report located in the
League Library.
Sigma Delta Tau will hold open
house from 4 to 6 p.m. today in
honor of its new pledges.

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tramural manager, and dormitory,
sorority, and league house man-
agers.
Club managerships open include
archery, badminton, basketball,
bowling, dance, fencing, golf, hoc-
key, ice skating, outing, Crop and
Saddle, rifle, swimming, softball,
table tennis, tennis, and camp
counselors.
Petitions will be available begin-
ning tomorrow in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League, and are
due at noon Saturday, March 22,
in the WAA box in the Under-
gradate Office.
Information concerning the po-
sitions is posted in Barbour Gym,
the WAB, and in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League. Inter-
viewing will be held March 24
through 28 at the WAB.
Any eligible coed may petition
for any office except president,
and, for the latter, one year's ex-
perience on the WAA Board is
required.
JG Play Rehearsals
The rehearsal schedule for Jun-
ior Girls Play for tomorrow and
Tuesday will be as follows:
Monday: Prologue, 7 p.m.; Act
I, scene 1, 7:45 p.m.; Act I, scene
2, 8:30 p.m.: Act II, scene 2, 9:15
p.m.
Tuesday: Act II scene 1, 8 p.m.;
Act II, scene 3, 8:30 p.m.; Act
III, scene 1. 9 p.m.; Act II, scene
2, 9:30 p.m.
An old formal can be brightened
up by making a shoulder strap of
flowers, either real or artificial.

I_ 1'.4 All benefits from the SpikeI
Jones "Musical Depreciation Re- ance of expenses must be made up
I Forty-Nniner' Ball at Union view," to be presented at 7 and with donations.
Tickets for the "160 minutes
To Feature Bob Chester; Auof musical madness" will be on
Late Permission Granted tain and improve the University sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to-
of Michigan Fresh Air Camp. morrow through Friday, and
from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at
Sale of tickets for the "Forty- Panhellenic Association is spon- the Union, League, and in Uni-
Niner Ball," to be held from 9 soring the show in an effort to versity hall.
p.m.,to 1 a.m. Friday in the Union raise funds to build up the camp All seats are reserved, and the
Ballroom, will be opened to mem- sa that it may be used all year exchange tickets may be turned in
hers of all classes beginning to- round by University stdents, as for reserved seat tickets beginning
morrow. well as by underprivileged boys tomorrow at Hill Auditorium.
Tickets will be sold from 9 to in the summer. If enough dona--------
4:30 p.m. every day at the Union, tions are received, the University
and in University Hall. Attend- will be able to improve camp fa-
ance at the dance will be limited cilities so that it may be used for
uo comfortable dancing capacity. ice-skating, skiing, tobogganing,
Bob Chester and his orchestra, and weekend parties in the winter.
whose "Danceability quotient is The University may also spon-
100 per cent" according to Bill- sor a winter sports carnival re-
beard Magazine, will play for the sembling the Dartmouth Winter
semi-formal affair. Chester, who Carnival, according to betty
played for the Soph Prom in 1940, Pritchard, publicity chairman
was formerly a tenor sax player for the show. University spon-
featured with a number of orches- sored parties would be planned,
traband six years ago has played hotel andda regular weekend calendar
ban si yers go as layd htel mad upfor the campe, she/
engagements all over the country addedup
The band has played on several
radio programs, including the Proceeds from the show will also
"Spotlight Band" and "Fitch be used to pay for food, campers'
Bandwagon" shows. supplies, equipment for the 240
Ballroom decorations for the boys who use the camp every sum-
lance will carry out a gold rush mer. The University provides the
theme, with a red and gold color director's salary, office afid ed- *
scheme. The Union "dark room" eational expenditures, but the bal-
will be decorated as a mine shaft, NYLON CO
and picks, axes, nuggetsand cacti Schedule Meetings 'o our miItire aren't
will adorn the ballroom walls.h ortiltiearntb
Women will receive programs Of WAA Clubs
bearing a covered wagon desigi, sirens, but in their leisure
and there will be a replica of the Crop and Saddle: Organiza- beauty of the home grow
program over the band stand. tional meeting at 7:30 p.m. to- Pr of your double r sh
Women students will have 1:30 morrow in Barbour Gym. All
a.m. permission for the dance former and prospective members to look picturesque. Gos
which is a revival of the Soph are invited. Times for tryouts andBan34
Prom presented annually before reorganization of the club will be
the war. Only central committee discussed.
members and their guests will wear Archery Club: Meeting at 4:30
corsages at the "Forty-Niner Ball." p.m. tomorrow downstairs in the
T - A IWAB.
I Therewill be an open house Rifle Club: Practice meeting
from 7 to 10:30 p.m. today on the from 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow, and
second floor of the League. practice and shooting in the inter- 8 Nickels Arcade
Music and bridge will be pro- collegiate telegraphic meet at 3
vidled for entertainment. p.m. Thursday in the WAB.

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MBINA TION

FIGURE SKATER--Mary Frances Greschke, professional in-
structor for the WAA and Ann Arbor Figure Skating Clubs and
arranger and director for "Melody on Ice," has been featured
in ice rcvie'ws at Lake Placid, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland and
various other places.

Figure Skating Groups Will

Present

'Melody on Ice' at Coliseum Today

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"Melody on Ice," the fifth an-
nual carnival of the Ann Arbor
Figure Skating Club will be pre-
sented at 8 p.m. today and to-
morrow in the Michigan Coliseum.
The program includes Circus,
Southern Belle, and Modern De-
sign numbers. An Elfland se-
quence will be presented by the
junior members of the Ann Arbor
Club. Group numbers will blend
with solos and comedy presen-
tations.
Frances Radford, in the Uni-
versity Club, will be spotlighted
in a pair number with Glenn Ford,
of the Ann Arbor Club. Phyllis
Babcock, Martha Weig, and Joan
Smith will participate in the
Pink Elephant portion of the Lost
Weekend sequence. Arlene Flom
will skate in the Cape number
where Miss Rad ford will again ap-
pear as the phantom.
"Loui'iana Hayride" will form
a part of the Circus sequence. Uni-
versity students performing in this
number include: Marilu Hill,
Ruth Martini, Marttha Weig, Irene
Straub, Coinne Brennan, Joan
Smith, Anne Sirota, Gloria Miller,
Frances adford, Sally Spouse,
Phyllis Babcock, and Lucille
Shiectz.
A male ballet will also be pre-
sented. University students and
faculty included in this number
Third Ruthven Tea
The third Ruthven tea of the
semester will be held from 4 to
6 p.m. Wednesday in the Ruth-
ven home.
All students are invited, and the
tea will be informal.

are: Ed Lipp, Bob Glauz, Prof.
john Bean, Prof. Bradley Pat-
ten, and Prof. Richard Porter.
The carnival has been arranged
and directed by Mary Frances
Greschke. Miss Grescbke is a stu-
dent at the University and the!
professional instructor for the Ann
Arbor Club and the Flint Skating
Club. She has participated in ice
revues in many cities, was featured
at Lake Placid, having passed
seven out of the eight United
States Figure Skating Associationi
tests.

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