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Will Present Rnnuai Bail MarcI

nbly Coed-Bid Dance
we 'High Tide' Theme

Panhel Issues
Contact Rules
For Rushing

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[e r erm ission
ill Be\Granted
>ndiert women on campus
esent their annual Assem-
11, entitled "High Tide,"
l p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
7, in the Intramural
ig.
itionally the event is coed-
d gives women an oppor-
to ask their dates. Late
ion will be granted through
ice of the Dean of Women
coeds attending "High
orate decorations have
plarned to create an un-
ter scene in keeping with
Sigh Tide" theme, accord-
Betty Spillman, general
na~n of the ball Fish
catures and fish netting
lp set the sea-floor scene.
Spillman also disclosed
well-known orchestra has
gned to play for the ball,
name will be kept secret
aturday, when it will be
iced on the University's
gan Maze" radio program
tion WPAG.
ets for the semi-formal
will go on sale Monday,
4, in the League and in
ormittories through ticket
entatives living in the
ximum of 1500 tickets will
to prevent overcrowding
ball. Sales will be opened
liated women on Monday,
3, if there are any yet
re te war Panhellenic
Issemnbly Associations an-
presented separate wo-
d dances but during the
ars the affairs were com-
nto Panhel-Assembly Ball.
year the dances are again
sponsored independently.
bers of the central com-
working under Miss Spill-
clude: Virginia Garrittsen,
-colored,. ribbon may be
and put around the edges
lletin board to brighten up

decorations: Jean Chidester, as-
sistant decorations; Shirley Loeb-
lich, publicity; Marilyn Ahlstrom,
tickets; Barbara Berkman, assis-
tant tickets: Eugenia McCallum,
finance; Pat Young, patrons;
Audrey Burnard, building and
grounds; and Lois Johnson, music
and programs'
League Library,
Offers Leisure,
Study Facilities
By MARGARET FROSTIC
The Michigan League library
provides a study and leisure
reading room for undergraduate
women.
The library, under the super-
vision of Mrs. Mildred Peck, is
located on the third floor of the
League. It is open Monday through
Friday, 1 to 10 p.m., Saturday, 1
to 5 p.m., Sunday, 1:30 to 10 p.m.
Contains 4,000 Volumes
Approximately 4,000 books in-
cluding fiction, poetry, drama, mu-
sic, art, biography and reference
books line the walls of the room.
Poetry and drama books may be
taken out for three days, other
books for two weeks.
The library also contains a rent-
al shelf of recent fiction. A repre-
sentative selection of magazines is
provided for the leisure reading of
coeds.
Furnishings Donated
Furnishings for the room, were
given in memory of Jessie Horton
Koessler by her husband" and
brothers. A portrait of Mrs. Koes-
sler, '01, hangs above the fire-
place. Mrs. Koessler was a phy-
sician specializing in biological
research and was very active in
the campaign to build the League.
One of her contributions was the
pictorial map of Ann Arbor, which
hangs in the Alumnae Council
Office.
Many books in the library's col-
lection have been donated by
alumnae; additional books are
now bought by the League.

UNRRA GOODS SALE-Customers
reb, Yugoslavia. UNRRA goods are
ing the money obtains-d be used for

buy UNRRA and Yugoslav tinned goods in a grocery in Zag-
allowed to be sold in Yugoslavia under an agreement provid-
reconstruction work.

G alens To Sponsor Traditional
Caduceus Ball Friday at Union
K.>-

Tickets for Caduceus Ball, an-
nual dance to be sponsored by
Galens society from 9 p.m. to mid-
night Friday; in the Union Ball-
room, may 'be purchased by mem-
bers of Galens or from the Galens
newsstand in the University Hos-
pital
Caduceus Ball takes its name
from the symbol of the medical
profession, the serpent-entwined
and winged staff of Mercury.
Attendance at the dance, tra-
ditionally presented on the eve
of Washington's birthday, is
limited to patrons, physicians,
and medical students.
Frank Tinker and his band, reg-
ular orchestra for the weekly
Union dances, will provide music
for the dancers. Dance programs
are being planned for all women
guests.

The rooms off the Union Ball-y
room will be decorated as the
various departments in a hos-
pital. Decorations for the annual
medical dance usually include
murals of hospital scenes, cari-
catures of professors in the
School of Medicine, and the
band garbed in surgical gowns.
The highlight of the evening'
will be the intermission program1
of entertainment which will fea-
ture a neuro-psychiatrist confer-
ence satirizing a psychiatrist at'
the University Hospital. The in-
termission entertainment plans
also 'include the awarding of a
door prize and the selection of a
coed to act as head of thet
program.

featured in MADEMOISELLE and VOGUE
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Children's Play,
Rhythm Classes
Will Continue
The Department of Physical Ed-
ucation for Women will begin the
second session of children's play
and rhythm classes from 9:30 to
11:00 a.m. tomorrow in Barbour
Gymnasium.
Classes in rhythms for 3 to 5
year olds will be given at 9:30 a.m.,
and rhythms for 8 to 10 year olds
will be given at 10. a.m.
Stories and craft classes for 3
to 5 year olds, and games and self
testing activities for 6 to 7 year
olds will be at 10 a.m. Dance
classes for 6 to 7 year olds, and
games and self testing activities
for 8 to 10 year olds will be at
10:30 a.m.
Registration will be held in Rm.
15, Barbour Gymnasium. Further
information concerning the courses
can also be obtained there.
[W7A NOTICESI
WAA Clubs will meet this week
a' cording to the following sched-
ule. All coeds are eligible for
membership in the WAA sport
clubs, whether or not they have
eligibility cards.
Archery Club: First meeting
will be held at 5 p.m. tomorrow
downstairs in the WAB. Begin-
ners will also meet at 4:45 p.m.
Thursday in the WAB. All coeds
interested in archery, whether or
not they have had previous ex-
perience in the sport, may join.
Bowling Club: Organizational
meeting for the semester's bowling
activities will be held at 5 p.m.
Wednesday in the Grand Rapids
Room of the League. Former
members and those who wish to
join the club are invited to at-
tend.
Basketball games in the WAA
tournement will be played accord-
ing to the following schedule. If
for any reason the team is unable
to. play the game scheduled, the
manager is asked to call Jerry
Gaffney at 2-2543.:
Monday: Stockwell I vs. Sigma
Delta Tau, Alpha Delta Pi II vs. Pi
Beta Phi II at 5:10 p.m.
Tuesday: Alpha Delta Pi I vs.
Kappa Kappa Gamma I, Alpha
Gamma Delta I vs. Zeta Tau Al-
pha I at 5:10 p.m. Couzens IV vs.
Couzens V at 8:10 p.m.
Wednesday: Delta Delta Delta I
vs. Alpha Phi I, Alpha Phi II vs.
Alpha Phi III at 5:10 p.m.
Thursday: Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma II vs. Alpha Chi Omega, Gam-
ma Phi Beta II vs. Delta Zeta at
5:10 p.m. Betsy Barbour II vs.
Willow Run Veterans at 8:10 p.m.
Archery Club

The complete list of contact
rules issued by Panhellenic Asso-
ciation are reprinted here to fa-
miliarize both affiliated and inde-
pendent women with rushing
conduct.
1. Contact rules for the rushing
season goes into effect Monday,
February 10, and ends at 3 p.m.
Tuesday, March 4.
2. With the exception -of sched-
uled rushing parties there may not
be any pre-arranged meetings or
invitations extended to freshmen
or independent upperclassmen by
sorority women.
Telephone Calls Not Permitted
3. There may be no calling in
person on any rushee. All invita-
tions will be handled through the
central mail box.
4. There will be no calls by tel-
ephone made by sorority women
to any rushee except for final des-
sert invitations.
5. No Alumna may communi-
cate with a rushee during the in-
tensive season.
6. No rushee is to be called for
or taken home by sorority or any-
one connected with the sorority.
7. No rushing is allowed outside
the house premises.
8. No woman who is not regis-
tered in the University for the
semester may be rushed or bid.
Must Have 'C' Average
9. Only women with 15 hours of
C average or better are eligible to
be rushed. (Possible exceptions
may be found in the Panhellenic
constitution under initiation re-
quirements.)
10. At each party, including the
open houses, five people outside
chapter members, i.e., alumnae or
transfers, may help in rushing.
11. The cost of flowers used
during rushing is optional but
should be kept at a minimum.
12. The number of functions
given by each house must not
exceed 15, including the three
open houses and two final des-
serts.
13. Uniform bids will be issued
by the Social Director of the
League only.,
Information at Panhel Office
The Panhellenic Office in Room
E on the third floor of the League
will be open from 10 a.m. to noon
and from 2 to 5 p.m. daily. The
rushing secretary will be there to
answer all questions about rush-
ing.
Invitations for the first set of
parties to be given Monday
through Thursday should be pick-
ed up at noon tomorrow.

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Senior Posts
Announced
Members of the central com-
mittee for the 1947 Senior Ball
were announced yesterday by sen-
ior class officers.
Chairman of the event will be
Bob Grandy, Phi Gamma Delta.
Other committee members chosen
from among those who petitioned
for the posts include Cliff Myll,
Sigma Chi, Frank Boni, Phi Gam-
ma Delta, Dick Chenoweth, Phi
Delta Theta, Audrey Weston, Mo-
sher, Henry B. Keiser, Sigma Al-
pha Mu.

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Others appointed are
Larson, Sigma Chi, Lois
Alpha Delta Pi, Bob Pear
Phi Epsilon, Marilyn Hlti
pha Chi Omega, Jeanne
Delta Delta Delta, Jerry
Phi Delta Theta, Marge K
Martha Cook, and Joan
Chi Omega.
There will be a meeti:
all independent coeds
ested in working on the
rations committee for Ass
Ball at 5 p.m. tomorrow
League. Women are req
to bring their eligibility
Room will be posted on ti
letin board at the main d

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The WAA Archery Club will re-
sume activities with meetings to-
morrow and Thursday in the base-
ment of the WAB.
Advanced shooters, both old and
prospective members will meet at
5 p.m. tomorrow .Plans will be
made for practice in preparation
for the Intercollegiate Meet to be
held in March. Instruction will
be provided for beginners and in-
experienced shooters, who will
meet at 4:45 p.m. Thursday.
"Everyone interested in joining
the club is urged to attend either
of these meetings," stated Patt
Newberg, club manager. Fees for
the rental of bows are payable at
Barbour Gym and each member
must furnish her own arrows. Ad-
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