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Women To



Spring, Fall

Orientation Posts

Advisers Needed;
For Freshmen,
Transfer Coeds
Petitioning is now open for
coeds who wish to serve as orien-
tation advisers for the spring and
fall terms, 1947.
Posts as freshman advisers and
transfer alvisers are open to eli-
gible coeds who will be juniors or
seniors next fall, according to
Jean Louise Hole, Judiciary chair-
Former Advisers Need Rest
Coeds who served as advisers
this fall need not petition now,
Miss Hole said, since these women
will be sent postal cards asking
whether they wish to participate
in the orientation program this
spring or next fall.
The petitions are due at noon
Monday in the Judiciary petition
box in the Undergraduate Office
of the League. Each applicant will
be required to sign for a five-mm-
Sophs Will Hold
Final Rehearsals
The final dress rehearsals for
Soph Cabaret will be at 6:45 p.m.
tomorrow and Friday in Lydia
Mendelssohn Theat r e in the
The entire cast and stage com-
mittee are expected to attend both
rehearsals. Those in Choral Un-
ion will be excused from that re-
hearsal tomorrow by turning in
their names at the office in Bur-
ton Tower Coeds will be granted
11:30 p.m. permission for tomor-
row's rehearsal.
* * *
The patrons committee of Soph
Cabaret will meet at 7 p.m. today
in the League. The room will be
posted on the League bulletin

ute interview when she, turns in
her petition.
Interviews To Be Held
Interviews will be held from 3 to
5 p.m. Monday, from 1 to 5:30
p.m. Tuesday and from 3 to 5:30
p.m. Wednesday and Friday in the
Council Room. Each interviewe'e
must present a. University eligi-
bility 'card, signed by the Merit-
Tutorial Committee of the League,
at her interview.
Each applicant should list her
preference for freshman or trans-
fer adviser and for spring or fall
orientation. Petition forms which
may be obtained at the Office of
the Social Director, should be
filled out in full, including infor-
mation on previous activities and
scholastic average.
Advisers To Attend Meeting
Coeds appointed as advisers will
be expected to attend the mass
meeting held during the semester
preceding the orientation pro-
gram. She is responsible for at-
tending all meetings for advisers
during orientation week, and for
conducting the group assigned to
her through.the orientation pro-
According to Miss Hole, quali-
fications include a desire to be of
service to new students and a
knowledge of the campus and
campus events. The prospective
adviser must also know the Uni-
versity registration procedure.
Included in each petition should
be a criticism of past orientation
programs, with suggestions for im-
provements. Specific plans are
desired on the petitions, including
ideas for the orientation week pro-
The WAA Board will have an
informal supper following its reg-
ular m'eetig at 5 p.m. today in
the WAB.
Board members are requested to
wear pastel sweaters and pearls
for the Ensian picture to be taken
at the mceting.

VIOLIN-Dorothy Hale, concert
violinist, plans to rebuild an old
violin which she found while
riUmanaging in an abandoned
dance hall in the ghost town of
Elkhorn, Mont.
Coeds WiIl Study
Counciling Work
AtCQub meeting
Extending their activities be-
yond the summer months, expe-
rienced and aspiring camp coun-
selors exchange ideas through the
WAA Camp Counselors' Club.
At their next meeting, 7:30 p.m.
tomorrow in the WAB, the club
will discuss types of camps and
opportunities for counselors. j
During the season the club will
study handicraft, music, evening
programs, and waterfront organi-
zation. Past experience will be1
combined with new ideas for the
improving of teaching methods.
Members will learn to work with
leather, carve, spatter-print and
do other crafts as suggested by
members. Music will form an in-
tegral part of every program with
members exchanging new songs.
Different types of evening pro-
grams will be discussed.

Ball Tickets
To Be Sold
I RA Members To Sponsor
All-Campus Dance Friday
Tickets f or the informal dance
to be presented from 9 to midnight
Friday in the Union Ballroom by
the Inter-''7 acial Association, are
now on sale on the diagonal and
at the Union desk.
They will be sold from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. on the diagonal, and all day
at the Union. Tickets may also
be purchased from IRA members.
This dance is being given to help
promote iiter-racial good feeling,
and is the first all-campus dance
to be sponsored by the IRA. In-
vitations are being issued to all
foreign groups on campus to make
it an intermational as well as in-
ter-racial dance.
Frank ' inker, whose orchestra
plays for tne regular Union dances,
will provide the music for this
special dance. Special feature of
the evening will be a rendition of
a medley of songs of all nations
by the band.
Terrell Whitset, president of
IRA, will be master of ceremonies
for the danice, and an intermis-
sion program will be presented by
various foreign student groups.
Plans are being made to decorate
the Ballroom with balloons and
AVC To Present
Dance in Ballroom
The American Veterans Com-
mittee will present its regular
weekly record dance from 2:30 to
5:30 p.m. today in the League
These :nixers, which have be-
come a campus institution, are
sponsored in an effort to help vet-
erans and women students to meet
in an info, mal atmosphere, as well
as to provide a mid-week activity
for both men and women students.
Refreshments will be available
in the League coke bar, and stu-
dents are urged to drop in at the
dance after or between classes.
There will be no meeting of the
WAA Balet Club this week, ac-
cording to Joan Bromm, dance

Coeds To Hold
Tea at League
The first of a series of student-
faculty teas, sponsored by Pan-
hellenic Association and Assembly
Association, will be held from 3:30
to 4:30 p.m tomorrow in the Rus-
sian Tea Room of the League.
All students and faculty mem-
bers are invited to attend. Each
week, faculty members from one
special department will be hon-
ored guests for the event. Profes-
sors of the Speech Department
will be honored tomorrow.
The purpose of the social hour is
to further relations between the
faculty and students, and to pro-
vide an opportunity for students to
meet their professors informally.
Co-chairmen for the teas are
Regina Gruen and Sally Pearson.
Invitations are under the chair-
manship ;f Gene Inyart, Regina
Gruen, and Nancy Helmick.
Other chairmen include Pat
Gurr and Doris Johnson, publicity;
and Julia Diggs and Frances
Hodes, refreshments.

Will Petition
Petitions for central committee
positions for Assembly Ball, to be
presented :n March 7, will be due
at noon Saturday in the Under-
graduate Office of the League, ac-
cording to Jeanne Clare, president
of Assembiv Association.
Posts ar4 open to all indepen-
dent women, although Miss Clare
urged that ,junior and senior coeds,
in particular, should apply for
general chairman. Other chair-
manships which will be available
include: tickets, publicity, decora-
tions, finance, music and pro-
grams, patrons, and building,
which entails care of lighting and
checking of facilities.
The dance is a traditional wom-
en-bid affair, and one of the im-
portant highlights of the semester.
For this reason, Miss Clare sug-
gests that all interested women in-
clude such specific ideas as theme,
decoratiors and novel ideas, in
their petitions.
The Merit-Tutorial Committee
is located in the Undergraduate
Office, and Assembly membership
cards are distributed from 3 to 5
p.m. Monday through Thursday in
the Assembly Office, Room D, on
the third floor of the League.

"Soph Tale-Spin" will be pre-
sented from 8 p.m. to midnight,
Saturday in the League.
Included in the evening's pro-
gram, is a stage show, to be given
at 8:15 p.m., 9:30 p.m. and 10:45
p.m. in Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre. There will be a running nar-
rative with Lois Garnitz as nar-
rator and Mary Jane Stephens as
piano accompanist.
The dance chorus numbers
will be "Raggedy Ann and
Andy," "Sleeping Beauty Waltz"
with Joanne Bromm as toe solo-.
ist and "Dance of the Wooden
Soldiers" with the Three Trum-
peters, Peggy and Dorothy Boss-
cawen and Mary Kelly, as a
specialty act.
There is to be a tap solo by
Maxine Smith and a piano solo
by Pat Baumgarten. The singing
chorus numbers include novelty
acts "Old King Cole" with Lelitia
Burke, Jackie Reid, Harriet Mer-
melstein and Suzanne Tolford and
"Three Blind Mice" with Francile
Worthman, Lydia Pekarsky and
Marjorie Reber.
The program includes skits
which are to be take-offs on nur-

sery rhymes and satires on col-
lege life.
Also in the Cabaret dancing
chorus are Esther Gommeson,
Mary Wilkinson, Mary Long,
Ruth Livingston, Barbara Whit-
ing, Barbara Newell, Betsy
Driscal, Nancy Cochran, Betty
Schmidt, Jean Hall, Adrianne
Volberding, Charlotte Peck,
Mary Lou Dickinson and Eu-
genia Losch.
The dancing chorus list con-
cludes witn Suzanne Toepel, Jo
Ann Lambert, Barbara Forster,
Harriet Beck, Patricia McKenna,
Eleanor Hoffmaster, Marjorie Sut-
fin, Edith Wortsman and Cohleen
The singing chorus includes
first sopranos, Virginia Beabes,
Jean Boos, Charlotte Clark,
Jean Dennis, Mirabel Digel,
Jean Lyman, Anne Seigel, Doris
Sternberg, Lynn Wohlgemth
and Rosemarie Young.
The singing chorus list con-
cludes with altos, Phyllis Collins,
Margaret Ellingwood, Barbara
Kelso, Mary Lee McDonald, Phyl-
lis Marx, Carol Peak and Ruth

Annual Soph Cabaret To Offer
Varied Entertainment Saturday

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