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On fssembly Bcll
All Independents Are Eligible To Apply
For Open Central Committee Positions;
Women-Bid Dance To Be Held March 7

Petitioning for eight positions
)n the central committee for As-
embly Ball, which will be present-
bd March 'i, is now open according
to Jean Clare, president of Assem-
Oly Association.
All eligible independent women
tnay apply for the posts which in-
elude general chairman, tickets,
>ublicity, decorations, finance,
nusic and programs, patrons and
uilding. This last position in-
Pludes taking care of lighting the
guilding and checking facilities..
Miss Clare suggested that a sen-
(or or junior apply for general
chairman. However, both under-
elassmen as well as upper class-
Badminton Club
To Plan Program
At Initial Meeting
The WAA Badminton Club will



men may petition for all other
Submit Suggestions
Petitions may be obtained in the
Social Director's Office in the
League, and should be filled out as
completely as possible. Novel ideas
for the dance should be stated at
this time, as well as any sugges-
tions for a main theme.
A list of duties for each commit-
tee chairmanship will be posted in
the League Undergraduate Office.
Applicants may also find past rec-
ords of Assembly Ball in the
League president's reports which
are on file in the League Library.
The most recent report can be
found in Miss McCormick's office.
Petitions Due Saturday
All petitions are due by noon
Saturday in the Assembly petition
box in the Undergraduate Office.j
Each coed applying for one of the
positions must also sign up for an
interview at this time on the sheet
posted on lie bulletin board.
An eligibility card signed by the
Merit-Tutorial Committee plus an
Assembly membership card must
be brought to the interview. These
membershio cards may be secured
from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday through
Thursday in the League Assembly
Office, third floor, Rm. D.
After a shampoo is a good time
for a manicure. The soaking in
soapy water puts nails in good
condition for manicuring, and
while drying your hair the time
can be utilized for the nlails.

Petitions Due
For Positions
On Judiciary
Petitions for League Interview-
ing Committee positions are due
at noon tomorrow in the Judiciary
Petition box in the League Un-
dergraduate Office.
Two sophomore and three jun-
ior posts are to be filled on the
new committee, which will have
charge of all petitioning and in-
terviewing for League committee
chairmanships and other offices.
Interviews will be held from 2 to
4 p.m. Thursday and from 1:30 to
5:30 p.m. Friday in the Council
Room. Each candidate will be ex-
pected to discuss the plans con-
tained in her petition at the inter-
An eligibility card, signed by the
Merit-Tutorital Committee of the
League, must be presented at the
interview, and each interviewee
has been asked to submit names of
a house mother, a faculty mem-
ber, and an upperclass woman as
Jean Louise Hole, chairman of
Women's Judiciary Council, urged
sophomore and junior women to
apply for the posts, and stated
that coeds holding League posi-
tions at the present time are defi-
nitely eligible to apply for the In-
tehviewing Committee.,
Coeds should sign up for inter-
viewing times when turning in
their petitions. Petition forms are

Tickets for "Soph Tale-Spin," to
be presented from 8:30 p.m. to
midnight Saturday in the League,
will be sold on campus tomorrow
through Friday.
The tickets will be sold from
10 a.m. to noon at the Engi-
neering Arch, from 11 a.m. to 1
p.m. on the Diagonal, from 10
a m to noon and 1 to 3 p.m. in
University Hall and from noon
to 1 p.m. and 3 to 5 p.m. in the
League. They will also be sold
from 3 to 5 p.m., tomorrow
through Thursday in the Union.
The Cabaret is not strictly a
date affair, and tickets are to be
sold for stags and couples. The ad-
mission price includes everything
but the refreshments.
Concession booths at the Cab-
aret will sell roses and carna-
tions along the League con-
course. There are to be no dance
Club To Entertain
New Members
New members of the Faculty
Women's Cub will be guests of the
Monday E,,ening Drama Section
at the meeting tomorrow.
The group will be entertained
with the presentation of a current
play to be given at 8 p.m. in the
auditorium of University Elemen-
tary School. Mrs. Volney H.
Jones is chairman of the Drama

Soph Tale-Spin Ticket Sales
To Start on Campus Monday
LaVoie Orchestra To Highlight Dance;
Booths on Concourse To Sell Flowers

programs, but souvenirs will be
sold from a decorated booth.
These will be animals and nur-
sery rhyme figures made out of
pipe cleaners. They are to have
tags with verses and the name
and date of the dance attached.
Coeds, publicizing the Cabaret,
will serenade various campus dor-
mitories between 10 and 11 p.m.
today. The serenades, written by
the Cabarc. skits committee, are
take-offs on popular songs. They
will be directed by Betty Estes,
singing chairman.
Paul LaVoie and his orchestra
will be fca ured from 9 p.m. to
midnight in the League Ball-
room. Jean Regal and Jackie
Fisher are the vocalists with La-
Voie's orchestra.
Soph Cabaret is an annual event
on campus, written, acted, direct-
ed and produced by sophomore
women and financed by their class
dues. This year's proceeds will go
to the University Fresh Air Camp.
The theme for "Soph Tale-Spin"
is based on nursery rhymes and
will be carried out by unique deco-
Old-fashioned waist line cor-
sages are coming back, but blos-
soms must be carefully chosen
to complement the hues of your
favorite ensemble. To be really
effective, flowers must be consid-
ered a part of the whole outfit.

First Dance
To Be Qiven
By IRA Friday
Frank Tinker Will Feature
Songs of Foreign Nations
At Informal Union Affair
The Inter-racial Association will
present an all-campus informal
dance from 9 p.m. to midnight Fri-
day in the Union Ballroom.
This first all-campus dance
sponsored by the IRA is being giv-
en to help promote inter-racial
good feeling, and the Association
hopes to continue the practice. In-
vitations are being issued to all
foreign groups on campus to make
it an international as well as an
inter-racial dance.
Frank Tinker and his orchestra
will provide music for the dancers,
and during the evening he will
play a medley of songs of all na-
tions. Intermission entertainment
to be presented by various foreign
student groups is being planned.
The Ballroom will be decorated
with balloons and streamers. Ter-
rell Whitset president of IRA, will
be master of ceremonies for the in-
termission program, and Rona Es-
kin, IRA social chairman, is in
charge of the dance.
Tickets are being sold by IRA
members and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
on the Diagonal. They will also be
on sale all day and the night of
the dance at the main desk in the

DRESS DESIGNER - Constance Bennett, film actress turned
designer, shows fashion critics a vision stripe in-between dress
with accented hipline and underplayed waste.
Theme of Union Formals
To Be Michigan Traditions


hold its first meeting of the year
at 7:30 p.n. Wednesday in Bar-
bour Gym.
Plans for the year include sin-
gle and double tournaments, and
instruction is to be available for
those who wish lessons, according
to Jo 'Osgood, manager.
Friday night mixed double com-
petition is also included in tenta-
tive plans for the season. The
group is open to beginners, inter-
mediates, and advanced players,
and further information may be
Obtained from Miss Osgood at


The theme of traditional Michi-
gan will be carried out in the dec-
orations for the annual winter Un-
ion Formal, to be held from 9 p.m.
to midnight Frilay and Saturday,
Dec. 13 and 14,'in the Union Ball-
Maize and blue will dominate
the scene of the ballroom, includ-
ing two large "M" blocks at either
end of the room. The season's
customary yule log will complete
the decorations.
Tickets are available to men
holding Union cards, and must
be presented for stamping at the
time of purchase. Two days re-
main in which tickets will be
sold. They may be obtained from
3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m. to-
morrow, and from 11 a.m. to
noon, 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 8
p.m. Tuesday, at the main desk
in the lobby of the Union.
The formal is being featured two
nights for the first time in the his-'
tory of Union sponsored dances,
in an effort to accommodate a
larger pronortion of the increased
student enrollment. Couples are
limited to one night attendance. .
Frank 'Linker and his 14-piece
orchestra, featuring the vocals
of Patti DuPont, will furnish
the music for the affair. Cam-

pus talent will be'featured dur-
ing the intermission.
Co-chairman for the dance are
George Shaffer and Milan Mis-
kovsky. Other chairmen include
Jerry Coner, publicity; Brad
Straatma and Dick Cortright, dec-
orations; Allan Farnsworth, tick-
Eugene Sikorovsky and Arthur
DerDerian will be in charge of en-
tertainment and refreshments,
and Andrew Poledor and Louis
Lapierre, programs and invita-
Fencers To Meet
Thursday in WA B
The first meeting of the WAA
Fencing Club will be held at 4:15
p.m. Thursday in the WAB.
The club will meet twice a week
for practice and contests until
spring, and both beginning and
advanced fencers are eligible. In-
struction will be offered, followed
by a ladder tournament among
group members.
Special events sponsored by the
Fencing Club will include a visit
to Detroit to witness professional
fencing. In addition, demonstra-
tions of techniques will be held
during regular club meetings.

available in the Office of the
cial Director of the League,
should be filled out in full.

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Hold Those Bonds !

Basketball games in the WAA
interhouse tournament will begin
this week, according to the follow-
ing schedule. All games are to be
played in Earbour Gym.
Monday: Kappa Alpha Theta I
vs. Kappa Delta I, Gamma Phi
Beta vs. Mosher I at 5:10 p.m. Jor-
an I vs. Martha Cook, Interzone
vs. Markley at 7:10 p.m., Couzens
vs. Kappa Delta II at 8:10 p.m.
Tuesday- Alpha Phi I vs. Zeta
Tau Alpha I, Ann Arbor Girls vs.
Kappa Alpha Theta II at 5:10 p.m.
Newberry II vs. Alpha Omicron Pi
,Jordan III vs. Zone X-A at 7:30
p.m. Stockwell II vs. Couzens III at
,8:10 p.m.
Wednesday: Kappa Alpha III
vs. Lirden House, Alpha Xi Delta
I vs. Cheever at 5:10 p.m. Mosher
II vs. Jordan VI Newberry I vs.
Jordan V at 7:30 p.m. Zone IX vs.
Couzens II at 8:10 p.m.
Thursday: Pi Beta Phi III vs.
(Gamma :iii Beta II, Alpha Chi
Omega vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi at

5:10 p.m. Betsy Barbour II vs.
Zone X-B at 7:30 p.m.
* * *
WAA Clubs will meet this week
as follows:
Archery Club: the tournament
will continue at 5 p.m. tomorrow
and 4:45 p.m. Thursday down-
stairs in the WAB. Coeds inter-
ested in archery activities may
call Pat Newberg, manager, at
2-4471 for further information.
Golf Club: lessons will be given
at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Bar-
bour Gym. Each coed should bring
practice balls and a mat. Those
who not not own clubs may rent
Badminton Club: Organizational
meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in Barbour Gym. The
club is open to beginning and ad-
vanced players.
Basketball Club: Organizational
meeting at 4 p.m. Friday in Bar-
bour Gym..
Swimming Club: No regular
meeting this week. Speed swim-
mers are to report at 9 a.m. Sat-
urday if possible.

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(Continued' from page 4)
on "The World Into Which Jesus
Came". Supper follows.
First Baptist Church, C. H.
Loucks, Minister
10:00 - Student Class of the
Church School meets in the guild
11:00 - Dr. Newton C. Fetter,
National Head of Northern Bap-
tist Student Work, will be guest
speaker.' His topic, "Feed Him".
6 to 8 - The Roger Williams
Guild will meet for a discussion on
"World Student Concerns" lead by
Dr. Fetter.
First Congregational Church:
9:30 Men's Discussion Group on
"The U. N. and World Peace".
10:45 Public Service with Dr.
Parr speaking on "The Land of
Memorial Christian Church (Dis-
ciples of Christ) Morning worship
10:50 a.m. Rev. F. E. Zendt, minis-
ter. Sermon topic "Church Wom-
The Congregational - Disciples
Guild will meet for supper at 6;
p.m. at the Memorial Christian
Church instead of the First Con-
gregational Church. Dr. E. W.
Blakeman will speak on "Making
Christmas Significant". Joan
Walsh will lead the worship serv-
ice. Please notice the change of
meeting place.

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