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* THE MICHIGAN IJAILY

PaGE

Coeds

To Petition

For

Senior

Jobs,
Bord

fssembl
New League
Positions
To Be Filled
Executive Council Members,
Personnel, Dance, Ballroom
Chairmen Will Be Selected
Senior positions in League ac-
tivies for next year are now open
for petitioning, and petitions are
due at noon Saturday in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
The requirem nts for those who
wish to obtain senior positions are
a thorough knowledge of the
Michigan League Constitution and
one year in League activities.
Coeds must also be familiar with
the work done in previous years
on the jobs in which they are in-
terested. The Presidents' Reports
in the League Library will supply
the necessary information.
Potential Executive Council
members must be prepared to
discuss long term policies, to
submit ideas for class projects
and drives and to present over-
all plans for League activities
and use of League facilities.
The senior positions on the
League Undergraduate Council
which are open are president, vice-
president, secretary, treasurer,
one member of the Judiciary
Council, Chairman of the Social
Committee, Chairman of the Pub-
licity Committee, Chairman of the
Benefit Drives Committee, Chair-
man of the Freshman and Trans-
mfer Orientation Committee, and
Chairman of the Merit-Tutorial
ICommittee.
Other sengior posts available
are League Representative for
the Student Book Exchange,
Chairman of the Personnel
Committee, Chairman of the
Dance Class Committee, and
Chairman of the Ballroom Coin-
mittee, which has charge of the
Casbah.
- Under the Chairman of the
Dance Class Committee are open-
ings for a finance chairman, who
may be either a junior or senior,
and six captains from any class.
Working with the Chairman of
the Ballroom Committee will be
a floorshow chairman, publicity
chairman, and a decorations
chairman, all either fiom the
junior or senior class.
Coeds petitioning must sub-
mit the names of a faculty mem-
ber, housemother, and upper-
classwoman as references either
on their petitions or at the time
of 'their interviews. Eligibility
cards signed by the Merit-Tuto-
rial Committee must also be pre-
sented at the interview.
Interviewing will begin Tues-
day, March 25 and extend through
Thusday, April 3. The scheduled
times are from 3 to 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, March 25; Wednesday,
March 26; Friday, March 28;
Tuesday, April 1; Wednesday,
April 2; and Thursday, April 3.
LETTERS to the activities chair-
men of all houses on campus
will be sent out Tuesday listing
the senior positions open and the
names of former chairmen. The
duties of the various positions
will be posted on the bulletin board
in the Undergraduate Office.
[JqP Jnotes

Junior Girl's Play rehearsals for
next week will be as follows:
Monday-7 p.m. to 8 p.m.-Act
II, Scene II; 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.;
Prologue: 9 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Act I,
Scene I.
Tuesday-7 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Re-
gent's scene, Act I, Scene III: 8
p.m. to 9 p.m.; Act III, Scene 1:
9 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Act I, Scene I.
Wednesday-7 p.m. to 8 p.m.;
Act II, Scene II: 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.-
Prologue: 9 p.m. to 10 p.m.-Act
II, Scene I
Thursday-7 p.m. to 8 p.m.-
Act I, Scene II: 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.-
Act I, Scene I: 9 p.m. to 10 p.m.
-Act II, Scene I
There will be no rehearsals Fri-
day. Rehearsals for the entire
cast are scheduled from 2 p.m. to
5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, and
from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday
through Wednesday.
Tea To B Held
At Willow Rugn

Seven Posts
Wil IBe Open
On Assembly
Eligibility Cards; References
To Be Required at Interview;
Petitions Due March 24
Petitions for Assembly Execu-
dve Board posts for next year will
be due 5 p.m. Monday, March 24,
n the Undergraduate Office of the
League, according to Jeanne Clare,
president of Assembly Association.
The seven positions which will
be open include: president, who
directs and coordinates Assembly
activities; vice-president in charge
of dormitories, who presides over
dormitory presidents' meetings;
and vice-president in charge of
league houses, who conducts
league house presidents' meetings.
Posts Available
Also available ai the posts of
secretary-treasurer, who is re-
ponsible for minutes of all meet-
ings, as well as correspondence,
Assembly scrap book, and the
budget; project chairman, who di-
rects fund-raising activities for
the Fresh Air Camp; social chair-
man, who direstc assembly social
,vents, as well as those of various
houses; and personnel chairman,
who lists and contacts women in-
terested in activities.
Those coeds interested in serv-
ing on the Executive Board may
obtain petitions in the Under-
graduate Office. Details of the
duties involved for each position
will be posted on the bulletin
board. Petitioners are advised to
consult the League President's
Report for further information.
References Requested
Petitioners will be required to
list three references when apply-
ing, including one upperclassman,
one faculty member, and the
housemother of the applicant.
They will be asked to present eligi-
bility cards and Assembly Mem-
bership Cards at the interviews,
which will be held during the
week following the petition dead-
line. Women may sign for inter-
views at the time they submit their
petitions.
WAA Notices
WAA clubs will meet this week
according to the following sched-
ule:

Pledges To Be
Honored at Tea
Panhellenic Association will
present a tea for all sorority
pledges, entitled 'Spring Premier,"
from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday in the
League Ballroom.
A single tea honoring the
pledges this year will eliminate
the presentation of separate teas
by each of the eighteen sororities
on campus. Each pledge class has
elected a representative to act as
hostess at the tea.
Another pledge from each house
will participate in the style show
which will be presented during the
tea. The rushing chairmen for
this semester will pour.
The pledge tea is being present-
ed in an effort to acquaint all the
pledges with one f ather.
Pecans, hickory nuts and "Eng-
lish" walnuts do not need to have
their skins removed before roast-
ing.

Honor Group
Will Initiate
Freshmen
Cards have been sent out noti-
fying all freshmen women who
received a 3.5 scholastic average
for their first semester at the
University that they are eligible
for membership in Alpha Lambda
Delta.
Any student who received a 3.5
for her first fifteen hours of work
last spring, summer, or fall and
has not been notified of her eligi-
bility should get in touch with
Lois Ganitzat 2-3119. Due to the
difficulty in going through tran-
scripts errors could easily have
been made.
Initiation into Alpha Lambda
Delta, national honor society for
freshmen women will take place
in about three weeks at the annual
Honors Convocation program, In-
itiates' names will be placed on
the Honors Convocation programs.

JIMMY JOY-who will play for
the Business Administration
students' dance, the "Capitalist
Ball."
Capitalist Ball'
Sales Begin
'Tomorrow
Tickets for the 'Capitalist Ball,"
the last winter semi-formal of the
year, which will be held from 9 to
12:30 p.m. on Friday, March 29 in
the Union Ballroom, will go on
sale tomorrow morning in Tappan
Hall.
Sponsored by the Business Ad-
ministration students, this tradi-
tional dance is the first of its kind
since 1941 and will feature the
music of Jimmy Joy and his or-
chestra. This 'Dance with Joy"
orchestra has appeared in leading
hotel ballrooms in Chicago, Phila-
delphia, New Orleans, and San
Francisco.
Featured for three consecutive
seasons as the official orchestra of
the Kentucky Derby, Jimmy Joy
started as a campus band at the
University of Texas. One of their
proudest assignments was the
Texas gubernatorial inauguration.
Ticket sales for "Capitalist
Ball" are being restricted to stu-
dents in the Business Administra-
tion School. Dance co-chairmen
Don Olson and Art Mack have an-
nounced that in accordance with
certain complex rules of econom-
ics with which every student at
the School is thoroughly familiar,
the price of the tickets has been
set at $2.69.
Teachers Needed
At Dance Classes
Coeds wishing to help as assist-
ant teachers in the beginning sec-
tion of the League Dancing Classes
may apply at the time of the class.
This class meets at 7:30 p.m.
every Tuesday for the remaining
seven weeks of the course. John
Guinn will instruct the class. En-
rollment in the classes is closed
this semester.
During the course of the semes-
ter a selection of couples will per-
form at the Casbah. Activity
credit will be given to coeds par-
ticipating in the dance classes.
Assembly, Panhel
To Sponsor Tea
A Faculty-Student tea, spon-
sored by Assembly and Panhel-
lenic, will be held from 3:30 p.m.
to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, March 20,
in the Russian Tea Room of the
League.
Doris Johnson, a member of the
committee for the teas, stated that
they have been a real success in
promoting closer relations between
the faculty and the student body.
All-Campus Tea
To Honor Bursley
A campus-wide tea in honor of
Dean Emeritus Joseph A. Bursley
will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Sun-
day, March 23 at the League.
The informal affair will be spon-
sored by the executive councils of
the League, the Union, Assembly
Association, Panhellenic Associ-
ation and the Interfraternity
Council.

The recent marriage of Miss
Charlotte Dahl, War Department
civilian employee from Verona,
Wis., to Mr. Clinton B. Conger, '37,
of Ann Arbor, former editor of The
Daily and now United Press man-
ager for Germany, has been an-
nounced.
The ceremony took place in a
United States Army chapel in
Frankfurt, Germany. Mr. Virgil
Pinkley, United Press vice-presi-
dent and general manager for
Europe, was best man; and United
Press staff correspondents from
bureaus in Munich, Nuernberg,
Frankfurt, and Berlin, attended
the wedding. The couple spent
their honeymoon in Switzerland.
Mr. Conger belonged to the
Sigma Phi fraternity and is per-
manent secretary and treasurer of
the Class of '37.

Colonel and Mrs. John L. Dav-
idson ofMedford, Oregon, have
announced the marriage of their
daughter, Jean. to William C.
Gordon, son of Mrs. Minna Gor-
don, of Hollis, Lc-ng Island, and
the late Mr. Gordon. Mrs. Gordon
is affiliated with Alpha Gamma
Delta sorority. The wedding took
place at 4 p.m. March 8 at the
chapter house.
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Tres-
sel of Lincoln Park have announc-
ed the marriage of their daughter,
Nancy Ann, to William W. Akers,
son of Mrs. 0. W. Akers of Lub-
bock, Texas and the late Mr. Ak-
ers. Mrs. Akers is a member of
Alpha Gamma Delta and served
on the 1946 League Council. Mr.

?/~dtI andy ndaqement1

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Bryant of
Alto have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter Charlotte
to Mr. Ross Miller, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Miller of Byron Cen-
ter. Miss Bryant is a junior in
L. S. & A. and is affiliated with
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. Mr.
Miller is a graduate of Grand
Rapids Junior College and is now
serving overseas with the U.S.
Army.
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Mr. and Mrs. George D. Hurrell
of East Lansing have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Jane Ann, to Mr. Verne Henshaw,
son of Mrs. George J. Henshaw
and the late Mr. Henshaw, of
Jackson.
The wedding will take place on
June 14.

Akers is a member of
Sigma Xi, and Omega
lon.

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meetings at 4:30
Thursday at 5 p.m.,

RIFLE: practice meetings today
and Thursday from 3 to 5 p.m.
BALLET: Beginners at 7 p.m.
Wednesday, intermediates at
8 p.m. Wednesday at Barbour
Gym.
CAMP COUNSELORS: Cookout
breakfast at 7:30 a.m. today.
All students invited; bring own
food; meet at WAB.
The second floor of the League
will be open from 7 to 10:30 p.m.
today for those who wish to spend
the evening there.
Cards for bridge will be provid-
ed and a juke-box will furnish
music.

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