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Petitions Due Saturday Noon

For Junior



Petitions for 1947-48 junior po-
sitions in League activities are due
at noon Saturday in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
Present first or second semester
sophomores are eligible to pcutinn.
Interviewing will be held from
Monday through Saturday, May 2,
at the times posted on the bul-
letin board in the Undergraduate
Office. Coeds petitioning are urg-
ed to sign for their interviews
when they turn in their petitions
and to have their eligibility cards
signed by the Merit-Tutorial Com-
The junior positions on the
League Council which are open
are: three members of the Judi-
ciary Council; two members of
the League Interviewing Com-
mittee; one assistant to the Sec-
retary of the League; five assist-
ants to the Chairman of Orien-
tation; five assistants to the
A compulsory meeting of all
members of * Senior Society,
honorary sorority for indepen-
dent women, will be held at 7
p.m. today in Room C at the
League, according to President
Shirley Hansen.
April 25-26
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Chairman of the Merit-Tutorial
Committee; four assistants to
the Personnel Chairman; six as-
sistants to the Social Chairman,
iour to be in charge of the
Ruthven Teas and two in charge
of special events; and three as-
sistants to the Publicity Chair-
Other posts available are: two
assistants to the Book Exchange
Committee, one in charge of sales
and one in charge of personnel;
finance chairman of the Dance
Class Committee; six Dance Class
captains; and a floorshow chair-
man and two assistants of the
Ballroom Committee which has
charge of the Casbah. Other open-
ings on the Ballroom Committee
are publicity chairman and two
assistants and a decorations chair-
man and two assistants.
The positions available on the
Junior Girls' Play Central Com-
mittee are general chairman, as-
sistant chairman, director and
assistant director, secretary-
treasurer and assistant pub-
licity chairman, ticket chairman
and assistant, stage manager
and assistant, and script chair-
Other JGP openings are dance
chairman, costumes chairman and
assistant, scenery chairman, prop-
erties chairman and assistant,
make-up chairman, u s h e r i n g
chairman, and programs chair-
Making up the Music Commit-
tee are positions for a" general
chairman, composer chairman,
lyrics chairman, choral chairman,
and chairman of the orchestra and


Annual ATO
Blackfoot Ball
Will Be Friday
Blackfoot Ball, traditional ATO
invitational formal will be pre-
sented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri-
day in the League.
The dance, which traditionally
celebrates the rivalry between Al-
pha Tau Omega and Sigma Nu
fraternities, was inaugurated at
VMI, and since then has been giv-
en annually at every college that
has an ATO chapter.
The decorations for the formal
will follow a VooDoo theme, and
Allan Townsend and his orchestra
will play. The entire second floor
of the league will be used, and a
surprise program of intermission
entertainment is being planned.
Guests will include members
from Michigan State College, Al-
bion College, Hillsdale College, and
Adrian College, as well as members
of the Michigan chapter of ATO,
presidents of all sororities, fra-
ternities and dormitories on camp-
us, and editors of all campus pub-
No corsages will be worn at the
dance, and invitations must be
presented at the door for admis-

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BENEFIT DANCE COMMITTEE-Some members of "Manila
Square" ctitral committee, left to right: Lynne Sperber, Bob
Schneidermian, Ruth Gerber, Barbara Strunsky, Jim Risk, Roslyn
Long, Nate Altshuler.

'Manila Square'


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Bought, Sold, Rented Repaired
314 S. State St. Phone 7177


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Library At U of Philippines
T i c k e t s a l s for "Manila women may invite dates. This ar-
Square,' an informal dance to help rangement will allow women to
raise money to rebuild a library repay their formal dates.
at the University of the Philip- "Manila Square" has been chos-
pines, will continue at the Union,
League and University Hall. en as the name of the dance be-
The dance will be given from cause Manila is the city where the
9 p.m. to midnight Saturday in University of the Philippines is lo-
Waterman Gymnasium. Tim Doo- cated. Doolittle and his band will
little and his band will provide play a few special numbers for
music for the affair. square dancing in addition to their
To Be Simi-Coed Bid regular music for social dancing.
Since numerous formal dances Proceeds To Rebuild Library j
are being presented Friday night, "Manila Square" is being pre-
the committee has decided to sented by the Joseph Ralston Hay-
make "Manila Square" a semi- den Memorial Library Committee
coed-bid affair. Both men and to raise money to rebuild at the
University of the Philippines a li-
brary which will be named in hon-
Wedd ings & or of Joseph RalstonHayden,
former professor of political sci-
ence here.
Engagements Since the theme of the dance
will be country-style, women are
Mr. and Mrs, B. J. Maidanick, requested to wear peasant skirts
of Akron, Ohio, announce the en- and men to wear blue jeans, fa-
gagement of their daughter Ann tigues, or other very informal
to Mr. Leo Joseph Hirsch, son of clothes.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hirsch Decorations and programs will'
of Canton, Ohio. follow the rural theme, and cokes
Miss Maidanick is a junior in will be available to dancers at the
the literature, science and arts refreshment bar.
school, and Mr. Hirsch is a senior -~~e-~~Ch~~~e
in the same school.C
Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. Raiss of To Be Theme
Grosse Pointe announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Of AVG Dane
Elaine, to Mr. David H. Sliepard,
son of the late Mr. Leonard Grif- "Take a Chance" will be the1
fin, of Falls Church, Va. Miss
Raiss, '47, is a member of Kappa theme of the Willow Run AVC
Kappa Gamma. Mr. Shepard be- dance to be presented from 9 p.m.
longed to Delta Chi at Cornell to midnight Saturday. May 9, at
University, was graduated from the Ann Arbor Masonic Auditor-
Michigan in '44, and is now a
graduate student in mathematics itm.
at the University. Attendance of women students
:,: awill be limited to those receiving
The Rev. and Mrs. Herbert S. invitations. Any women interest-
Kim, formerly of Honolulu, Ha- ed in going to the "Take a
waii, now residing in Reedley, Chance" dance is asked to address
Calif., have announced the en- a post card to Miss Gayle Thomp-
gagement of t h e i r daughter, son at West Lodge, Ypsilanti, be-
Grace, to David Nahm of Honolu- fore Saturday.
lu. Each woman guest will dance
Miss Kim received a B.S. degree every number with a different
from the University in '45 and a partner and will be taken to and
master's degree in Public Health from the dance by different es-
in '46. Mr. Nahm is a graduate of corts,
the University of Hawaii and is
now attending the Harvard Law
col Ticket s On Sale
Less than 50 tickets remain for
the Slide Rule Ball to be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday at Water-
man Gym, the committee an
nounced yesterday.
The committee urged all those
planning to attend the dance to
purchase tickets immediately, as
sales will be limited to insure 0 F
dincing comfort.
remiaining tickets will be sold
tjday in the Engineering Arch.


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1 o Give Play
The Drama group of the Mich-
igan Dames will open the meeting
of the organization at 8:15 p.m.
today in Rackham Assembly Hall
with a one-act play.
All wives of students and in-
ternes as well as all married wom-
en students are invited to attend
the meeting. They are requested
to be on time as the play will be-
gin at exactly 8:15 p.m.
Text books for the veterans at
Dearborn Hospital are to be
brought to this meeting.
The play, directed by Mrs. Aus-
tin H. Beebe Jr., will include in
the cast: Mrs. John R. Staton;
Mrs. Charles R. Orwick; Mrs. Bill
May; Mrs. Colvin L. Gibson; Mrs.
Fred P. Langschwager, and Mrs.
Walter A. Kupsch. Mrs. Charles
A. Yager is in charge of proper-
ties. Ushers will be Mrs. Freder-
ick DuBois, Mrs. Harold G. Oas,
Mrs. Arthur R. Thomson, and Mrs.
James D. Decker.
Students May Sign
For Tutoring Aid
In League Office
Any student wishing to be tutor-
ed may sign up now in the Merit-
Tutorial Office in the League, ac-
cording to Judy Rado, chairman
of the Merit-Tutorial Committee.
Interested students should fill
out slips with their names, phone
numbers and subject in which
they wish to be tutored and leave
them in Miss Rado's box in the
Undergraduate Office of the
These students will be given the
names of two tutors whom they
may contact. Tutors are available
for all courses and are paid 75
cents an hour.




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