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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1946

THE MICI IGA.N DAILY'

PAGE FIVE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Petitions Due at Noon Saturday
For League Council Positions

Petitions are due at noon Saturday
for four senior League Council posi-
tions, one junior membership on the
Women's Judiciary Council, and oth-
er league posts open to senior, junior,
and sophomore women.
Coeds applying for the League
Council positions must have served
for at least one year in League activi-
ties. Those petitioning for these posts
and for the Judiciary Council mem-
bership must be familiar with the
League Constitution and the Presi-
dent's report, as well as the functions
of the office for which they are ap-
plying.
Include Plans
Candidates for all posts should in-
clude in their petitions specific plans
for each office for which they peti-
tion, and should de prepared to dis-
cuss these plans in the interview.
Petition forms should be obtained
from the Social Director's Office, and
should be competely filled in, with
Coed Activities
Begin for Year;
Meetings Called
Recognition Night
There will be a meeting of the cen-
tral committee for Assembly Recg-
nition Night at 5 p.m. today in the
Assembly office on the third floor
of the League, Margaret Thompson,
general chairman, announced.
Women's Glee lub
The Women's Glee Club, under the
direction of Miss Marguerite Hood,
will hold tryouts at 4 pr. and 7:30
p.m. today in the League.
Coeds who are interested in trying
out are urged to do so, because many
interesting activities are being plan-
ned for this year, including a tour.
Old members are also requested to
try out.'
The room in which the tryouts will
be held will be posted in the League.
* * *
Mortarboard
Mortarboard will hold its first
meeting of the semester at 7:15 p.m.
today in the Undergraduate Office.
Betty Lou Bidwell, president, asked
that all members attend.
* * *.
Interhouse Volleyball
A meeting will be held for athletic
mnanagers of all women's residences
at 5 p.m. today in the Women's Ath-
letic Building.
Instructions will be given concern-
ing the interhouse volleyball tourna-
ment which is scheduled to begin
Monday. Every manager should bring
her team's first and second prefer-
ence for playing times.
Available times for games are 5:10,
7:30, and 8:10 p.m. on Mondays,
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thurs-
days. Game schedules will be pub-
lished in Sunday's Daily.
Two laundry cases, one going, one
coming, would end your worries as to
whether perhaps your mother ate
your laundry, or whether the post-
man just doesn't care to deliver it
today.
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each candidate listing her qualifica-
tions and previous experience in ac-
tivities.
Eligibility Cards Required
Every interviewee will be required
to present a University eligibility card
signed by the Merit-Tutorial Com-
mittee of the League when she is in-
terviewed. Interviewing time sheets
will be posted in the Undergraduate
Office of the League and each candi-
date should sign for an interview-
ing time when she submits her peti-
tion.
Applicants for League Council and
Judiciary positions must submit the
names of a house mother, an upper-
class woman, and a faculty member
as references.
Chairmanships Open
Chairmanships of the Ballroom,
Dance Class, House, and Personnel
Committees are open to senior wom-
en. Coeds appointed to fill 'these
newly-created positions will serve as
members of the League Council.
The Ballroom chairman will be in
charge of the Campus Casbah, the
student soft-drink night club recent-
ly organized by the League Execu-
tive Council. The chairman of the
dance class committee will have as
her duties the organization of the
dancing classes which were formerly
the Junior Girls' Project and which
will be an all-class coed project this
year.
House Chairman
The house chairman will serve as
coordinating link between the League
Building managers and the League
Council which represents student ac-
tivities which make use of the build-'
ing's facilities.
The chairman of the Personnel
Committee is to be in charge of the
organization of all volunteer workers
requested by campus and League
projects.
Junior Positions
Two assistantships on the person-
nel committee are open to eligible
junior women. Junior and senior
coeds may apply for the position of
finance "chairman of the dance class
committee. Also open to upperclass
coeds are the posts of assistant chair-
man, finance chairman, publicity
chairman, and floorshow chairman of
the Ballroom Committee.
Sophomore, junior, and senior
women may apply for appointments
as captains to aid the Dance Class
committee. Specific information on
all positions open is posted on the
bulletin board in the League Under-
graduate Office.
Student talent is needed for the
Campus Casbah floorshow. Any-
one interested in gaining
valuable experience in stage pro-
duction siould contact Jean Lou-
ise Hole at 24514 or Max Koegen
It 24591.

Fortnight Show
Will Be Given
Oct. 2 in League
Program Will Feature Skits
By Housemothers; Assembly
Merry-Go-Round Is Theme
Climaxing the activities of Assem-
bly Fortnight, which began Monday,
Fortnight show will be presented for
all independent women on campus at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2, in Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre in the League.
The primary purpose of the Fort-
night program is to familiarize fresh-
men women with the activities of
Assembly and the League. A merry-
go-round theme has been selected for
the slogan and the decorations.
Jeanne Claire, president of Assembly,
urges that all independent women
"Hop on the Assembly Merry-Go-
Round" and get acquainted with their
organization.
A program of five minute skits
and songs will be presented by rep-
resentatives from every residence
hall on campus. The show will be
highlighted by a skit to be given by
the housemothers.
The groups representing the houses
are not to exceed ten. Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre will be' open Monday
and Tuesday evenings for rehearsals,
and groups should come on one of
those days to rehearse the line-up of
tne program.
Assembly Fortnight was first in-
augurated last fall primarily to ex-
plain the part that independents
can play in their own association.
Fortnight lasts one week and is of-
ficially brought to an end by the
Assembly Fortnight show on the
final day.
Miss Claire also announced that As-
sembly memberships cards are now
available. Coeds may call for their
cards from 3 to 5 p.m. Mondays
through Thursday at Room D on the
third floor of the League.
All independent women are eligi-
ble for Assembly membership, and
these cards will be necessary for
such purposes as petitioning, for
admittance to league house dance,
and for purchasing tickets to As-
sembly Ball.
The use of membership cards was
initiated last year in order to provide
a tangible means of identifying the
independent coed with the Assembly
Association.

Ticket Sales
For Nightclub
To Start Today
Tickets for the Campus Casbah,
all-campus night club, will go on sale
at 8 a.m. today at the League desk
and will remain on sale through
Saturday.
The grand opening of the Casbah
will take place from 9 p.m. to mid-
night Friday in the League Ballroom,
and it will be open every Friday and
Saturday night. This is the first
time since 1942 that the League Ball-
room has been open for regular dan-
ces. The night club, _a non-profit
project sponsored by the League
Council, is open to all students on
campus.
Townsend To Play
Allan Townsend and his eleven-
piece orchestra will play for the dan-
cers. Townsend's repertoire includes
"Day by Day," "Out of Nowhere,"
"Love in Vain" and "I Know." His
arrangements are all original, and
the band features Clifford Hoff on
the tenor sax.
The feminine vocalist will be Lois
Roberts; who sang with Army bands
and on Detroit radio stations. The
Symphonaires, a quintet composed of
four men and Miss Roberts, will also
do a spotlight feature.
Tables placed in the Ballroom and
hall will be the special feature of
the new night club. Soft drinks and
a variety of packaged foods will be
sold at the soft drink bar. There
will be a large dance floor, and the
Grand Rapids Room of the League
will be open every Friday and Sat-
urday night.
Arabian Theme
A vivid color scheme will dominate
the ballroom, and draperies and. a
canopy over the orchestra will cre-
ate an Arabian atmosphere. The dec-
orations will include dim lighting ef-
fects and burning incense.
For the opening night, League
Council members will act as hostess-
es, dressed as Arabian dancing girls.
There will be a new floorshow every
weekend, starring campus talent.
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Season

To Open

The WAA Hockey Club will open its
fall season with a meeting at 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 2, in the WAB.
Former members of the club and
all other women interested in playing
hockey are urged to attend. Plans for
the club's activities will be made and
pamphlets containing hockey rules
will be given out.
The Hockey Club meets twice a
week as long as weather permits. In-
struction is provided for beginners,
and practice sessions are held dur-
ing the first part of each meeting.
Teams will be chosen soon after the
start of practice. A game with Uni-
versity High School and a club picnic
have been planned for late in the sea-
son.
The club is open to all women on
campus, regardless of experience. No
eligibility card is required. Those who
are interested but who are unable to
attend the first meeting should call
Barbara McNeill, club manager, at
2-4471.
Coeds Must Share
Game Expenses
The consensus of opinion among
those who know about such things is
that it would be rather unfair for any
lucky coed going to the Ohio State
game on a date to expect her man to
foot the whole bill.
With game tickets selling for $3.50
and train tickets at $7.60, he would
find himself struggling under a $22.20
expense for the first part of his date.
So, again according to those who
know, the gallant thing for the girl
to do is to at least bear the cost of
her own train ticket. Incidentally,
Emily Post says it's the correct thing
to do.
For coeds troubled by lack of closet
space, new footstools are available
which cleverly conceal extra shoes.

The increased post-war population
of Ann Arbor has caused an increase
in the number of requests received
by the Office of the Dean of Women
for women students to fill part-time
jobs.
Since Monday, the Office has in-
terviewed 24 women and referred
them to jobs. There are still many
openings for part-time employees to
work as soda dispensers, League
house or tea room waitresses, sales
women, art class models, household
helpers, workers in the University
Hospital, and baby sitters.
Women interested in working part-

WAA Hockey

time may apply at the office of the,
Dean of Women where they will be
referred to openings. Students ap-
plying must have their schedules
fixed and know their free hours so
that employment will not interfere
with their academic work.
The Office has a pamphlet, "Un-
derwriting Your Own Education,"
which is available to women interest-
ed in working while they are in 'col-
lege. This booklet describes employ-
ment opportunities, gives valuable
information about the number of
hours a student should work, and
how to budget time and finances.

Women May Apply for Part Time Jobs

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