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]FRIDAY, MARCH 211 1947

TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

rRJJJ'AY, lWAJ.WH 21, 1947PAGE FIVE

Panhellenic, WR, League,
Petitions Due Tomorrow;
AssemblyDeadlineMonday

Petitions for the six Panhellen-
ic Board positions are due noon
tom,-rrow in the Panhellenic Of-
fice on the third floor of the
League.
The six offices to be filled are
president, first vice-president,
second vice-president, secretary,
treasurer and rushing chairman.
Coeds are required to sign for in-
terviews in the Undergraduate
Office of the League when they
turn in petitions.
Interviews will be held from
3 to 5 p.m. Monday, 3 to 4 p.m.
Tuesday, 2 to 5 p.m. Wednes-
day, 3 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday and
from 2 to 5:34 p.m. Friday in
the Panhellenic Office.
Additional times for interviews
will be scheduled if necessary. Co-
eds who are petitioning for both
Panhellenic Board posts and
League Council posts are urged to
indicate by ranking the positions
which offices they prefer to hold.
The president serves as the
Associations representative in
all campus affairs and conducts
all meetings. The first vice-
president serves as the presi-
dent's substitute and acts as
chairman of the social com-
mittee.
The second vice-president heads
all the project activities such as
the Fresh Air Camp and records
activities of Panhellenic members.
Besides keeping the minutes of all
official meetings, the secretary
arranges for the exchange dinners
and handles all the business cor-
respondence.
The treasurer is in charge of
finances and authorizes all ex-
penditures. The duties of the
rushing chairman includes acting
as regulator during both informal
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and formal rushing seasons and
conducting meetings of the house
rushing chairmen where the rules
for rushing seasons are compiled.
LEAGUE . ..
Petitions for senior positions in
League activities for next year
are due at noon tomorrow in the
Undergraduate Office of the3
League.
The requirements for those
interested in obtaining seniorI
positions are a thorough know-
ledge 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
various committees and can find
the necessary information inthe
Presidents' Report located in the
League Library.
The senior positions on the
League Undergraduate Council
which are open are president.
vice-president, secretary, treasur-
er, 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-
fer Orientation Committee, and

in the League Undergraduate Of-
fice.
Applications should be placed in
the WAA petition box, and the
special WAA petition forms avail-
able in the Undergraduate Office
and at the WAB are to be used.
A coed may petition for three of-
fices. nut more than two of which
may be cxecutive council positions,.
according to Jean Brown, WAA
president.
Interviews will be held Mon-
day through Friday next week
in the WAA offices in the Wom-
en's Athletic Building. All coeds1
petitioning should bring eligibil-I
ity cards to the interview, Miss
Brown said.
Executive Board positions and
club memberships, excepting Crop
and Saddle, are open to all eli-
gible women on campus. The
president of Crop and Saddle is
elected by the members of the
Club. Those petitioning for WAA
president must have had onel
year's experience on the Board.
Executive posts open include
president, vice-president, secre-
tary, treasurer, AFCW representa-
tive, publicity manager. intramur-
al manager, and sorority, dormi-
tory and league house managers.

Ticket Sales
For JG Play
Begin Today
ISenior Supper To Be Held;
Premiere of Junior PloyI
Wilt Honor Senior Women
Ticket sales for Senior Supper,
to be held at 6 p.m. Thursday in
the League Ballroom, and "The
Best Years." to be presented at
8:30 p.m. Thursday in Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre, will begin today.
The sales will be from 3 to 5
p.m. today, 10 a.m. to noon tomor-
row, 3 to 5 p.m. Monday and 1 to 5
p.m Tuesday in the Social Direc-
tor's Office in the League.
Caps and GownsI
All senior women attending the
Senior Night program must wear
caps and gowns. These may be
rented from a local sports shop
Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday.
The gowns will be fitted there and
will cost $6.50 of which $3.00 will
be refunded in June when they
are returned.
The opening performance of the
play on Senior Night traditionally
honors senior women Following
the supper, community singing will
open the program in Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.
Campus Tradition
The story of the origins and tra-
ditions of Junior Girls Play will be
given on "Michigan Maize," to be
broadcast at 1:45 p.m. tomorrow
over WPAG. Junior Girls Play,
written, acted, directed, and pro-
duced by junior women, is an an-
nual event on campus In keeping
with tradition, the exact theme of
the play will be kept secret until
the seniors have seen the first
performance.
"The Best Years" will be open
to the public Friday and Saturday.
Ticket sales to the general public
will open Tuesday. Tickets will be
sold from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tues-
day and Wednesday, and from
2 pm. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday,
Friday and Saturday at the
box-office of Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.

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Easter to the one you will be dating
on Easter Sunday. Our selection of
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lace trimmed, and pettipoint's can not
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Chairman of the Merit-Tutorial
Committee. ASSEMBLY" .
Committee. - - - vJL.
Other posts available are There are seven executive po-
League Representative for the sitions on the Executive Board of
Student Book Exchange, Chair- Assembly Association, for which
man of the Personnel Commit- eligible independent women who
tee, Chairman of the Dance will be juniors or seniors next
Class Committee, and Chairman year may petition.
of the Ballroom Committee, According to Jeanne Clare, pres-
which has charge of the Cas- ident, petitions must be turned in
bah. A finance chairman and not later than 5 p.m. Monday in
six dance captains to work with the Undergraduate Office of the
the Chairman of the Dance League. Those coeds who will be
Class Committee are also need- of senior standing next fall, may
ed. petition for offices of president,
Eligibility cards signed by the vice-president in charge of dormi-
Merit-Tutorial Committee must tories, a n d vice-president in
be presented at the time of the charge of league houses, prefer-
interview. Coeds may sign for ably a resident or former resident
their interviews in the Undergrad- of a league house.
uate Office of the League. Inter- Those who will be either jun-
viewing will be held from Tues- iors or seniors next year may
day to Thursday, April 3. petition for secretary-treasurer,
project chairman, in charge of
WAA BOARD .. fnd-raising activities for the

Casbah

Stars

At Townsend,
Sarah Thrush
This week-end the Campus Cas-
bah, student managed nightclub,
will feature red-headed Sarah
Thrush, vocalist, and a spciAl ar-
rangement by Al Townsend and
his orchestra.
Miss Thrush will render several
selections. in("luig '"Donkey Ser-
enade" and Beautiful Lady."
Towns ,n w diusc dance music is
featured wiik at the Casbah, will
continue is policy of presenting
an origail arrangement of a pop-
ular song on the program each
week.
This "eek "onsend " ill fea-
ture "Mree I'ian You Know" with
Loisuberas, regular vocalist with
his bt!d, ki; g the singing

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Petitions for WAA positions for
1947-48 are due at noon tomorrow

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Women must sign for interviews honors.
at the time they turn in their Th' Casxh is open weekly from
petitions, and interviewees will be i 9 p.m to midnight Friday and
required to bring with them their Satuida' in the League Ballroom.
eligibility cards and their Assem-
bly Membership Cards. In ad- "
dition, they must list three ref-
erences on their petitions, includ-
ing housemother, a faculty mem- Diamon
ber, and the name of an upper- an
classman.
Details of the duties involved in Wd
each office will be posted on the t rc Rings U
Bulletin Board in the Undergrad- I
uate Office. Additional informa- ~
tion can be secured from the 717 North University Ave. -
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