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'Soph Tale-Spin' Ticket Sales
Continue Today, Tomorrow

LaVoie To Play;{
Booths Featured
Ticket sales for "Soph Tale-.
Spin," to be presented from 8 p.m.
to midnight, Saturday in the
League, will continue today and
Tickets are being sold from 10
a.m. to noon in the Engineering
Arch, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on
the Diagonal, from noon to 1 p.m.
and 3 to 5 p.m. in the League,
from 10 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3
p.m. in University Hall and from
3 to 5 p.m- in the Union.
Concession Booths .
Concession booths at the Caba-
ret will seai roses and carnationsj
along the League concourse. There'
are to be no dance programs, but
souvenirs will be sold from a deco-
rated booth.
Paul LaVoie and his orchestra,
with vocalists Jean Regal and
Jackie Fisher, will be featured
from 9 p.m. to midnight in the
League BaUroom.
A stage show is to be presented
at 8:15 p.m., 9:30 p.m. and 10:45
p.m. in Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre. Included in the program will
be singing and dancing chorus
numbers, soloists, novelty and spe-
cialty acts and skits.
Coeds in the specialty acts are
There will be a meeting of
the Zeta Phi Eta National
Speech Sorority at 4:30 p.m.
today on the fourth floor of
Angell Hall. All members are
requested to attend.

Joyce* Cr-gor, Owen Sperlich,
Barbara Weinberg, Elizabeth My-
ers, Mary Alice Barlow, Jackie
Castigan, Portia Middleworth,
Nancy Culligan, Marilyn Harris,
Pat Newberg, Mary Buckmaster,
Harriet Davis, Donna Brown, Reva
Soble and Pollee Thomson.
The list continues with Pat
Brenneman, Ellen Crowley, Wil-
ma Lyons, Rose Marie Schoetz,
Jeanne Blinn, Betts Rettew, Gin-
ny Coffin and Christine Blair.
First Faculty Tea,
To Be Presented
Today at League
The first of the Faculty Teas
jointly sponsored by Panhellenic
and Assembly Associations will be
presented from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
today in the Russian Tea Room of
the League.
This wiek members of the
Speech Department will be hon-
ored. All students and faculty
members are invited to come and
get acquainted at this informal
tea. The purpose of these student-
faculty teas is to provide students
and professors an opportunity to
meet outside of classes. Co-chair-
men for the teas are Sally Pear-
son and Regina Gruen.
Zeta Phi Eta, the National
Speech Sorority, announces its
pledges for this semester. They
are: Judy Greengard, Lois Gar-
nitz, Elvira Smolenski, Phyllis Van
Brocklin, Dorothy Jones, Shirley
Pope, and Sally Pearson.

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Madame Schia-
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Adv isory Post
App lications
Due Monday
Petitions are due at noon Mon-
day for posts as orientation advis-
ers for the spring .and fall terms
of 1947.
Coeds who are now juniors or
seniors may apply for spring ori-
entation, while present sopho-
mores and juniors may petition for
posts for next fall: Both freshmen
and transfer adviser positions are
open, and the applicant should
specify her preference.
Petitions should include a
criticism of past orientation pro-
grams, and suggestions for im-
provements in the orientation
for freshmen and transfer wom-
en are also desired, according to
Jean Lovise Hole, Judiciary
Coeds should sign for five-min-
ute interviews when turning in
their petitions. Interviewing will
be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday,
from 1 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, and
from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday and
Friday in the Council Room.
Each interviewee will be asked
to present her University eligi-
bility card, signed by the
League. The applicant will be
given the opportunity to elabor-
ate on her plans at the inter-
Petition forms may be obtained
from the Office of the Social Di-
rector of the League. Requirements
for the pot include a knowledge
of the campus and of registration
procedures. The prospective ad-
viser should have an interest in
assisting new coeds, according to
Miss Hole.

WAA Clubs
Meet Today
Counsellors To Discuss
Camp Types, Opportunitie
The WAA Camp Counselors
Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. today
in the WAB.
The topic for discussion is,
"Types of Camixs and Opportuni-
ties for Counselors." Everyone in-
terested is invited to attend, first
semester f eshmen are eligible.
Anyone having questions may call
Virginia Howe, club manager, at'
* * *
Fencers To Meet
The WAA Fencing Club will
hold its c,iganization meeting at
4:15 today in the WAB.
Bothdbeginners and advanced
fencers are eligible for the club,
which will meet regularly each
week until spring. Instruction
will be offrred and ladder tourna-
ments for group members have
been plannu"d.
Additional events scheduled by
the Fencing Club include a trip to
Detroit to see professional fencing,
and demonstrations matches. The
club is ander the direction of
Jeannette Collins, manager, and
Miss Dung-,n of the physical edu-
cation department. All those who
are unable to attend the first
meeting arn urged to call Miss Col-
lins at 2-1870 for further infor-
Rifle Instruction
The WAA Rifle Club will begin
instruction for beginners and fir-
ing for advanced shooters from 3
to 6 p.m. today and from 3 to 5
p.m. tomorrow at the ROTC
These members are requested to
report from 3 to 5 p.m. today:
Mary Lou Stegner, Anne D. Sugar,
Marilyn Mears, Elizabeth Whit-
taker, Judith Webber, Corinne
Calkins, Mildred Denehe, Ell Rose
Eickenlaub, and Shirley Hahn.
The list concludes with Frances
Doty, Janet Lngling, Pat Raeside,
Shirley Eibler, Marian Griffin,
Josephine Orwin, Betty Boyd, Pa-
tricia Robsn and Lorraine Bier-
These members will meet from 5
to 6 p.m. today: Geraldine Kern,
Dorothy Hall, Claire Morey, Don-
na Carol Paul, Crystal Morse,
Mary Anderson and Marilyn
From 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow these
members will shoot: M. J. Lett,
Patricia Tempson, Lynn Menke,
Ruth Hathaway, Camilla Porik,
Eleanor Johnson, and Virginia
The list continues with Janet
Adams, Elaine Adams, Lois Mathe-
son, Elaine Finerow, Betty Hild-
ing, Arlene Leaf and Doris Carl-
In addition to the shooting, army
films on correct sighting, aiming
and position will be shown this
month. Anyone wishing to join
the club may call Barbara Crosby,
club manager, at 3018.
The Coliseum will be open from
1 to 3 p.m. Monday through Fri-
day to all men and women wishing
to ice skate
Contract bridge will be
played at 7:30 p.m. today in
the Grand Rapids Room of the
Michigan League. Mrs. F.
Shank, director, may be con-
tacted at 2-0266.

Ball Petitions
Due Saturday
All petitions for central com-
mittee posts for Assembly Ball, to
be presented March 7, will be due
at noon Saturday in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
Independent women who are in-
terested in applying for these po-
sitions are urged by Jeanne Clare,
president of Assembly Association
to include in their petitions all
details of any plans they may have
concerning theme, decorations, or
any other ideas.
Posts which will be available in-
clude: general chairman, tickets,
publicity, decorations, finance,
music and programs, patrons, and
building a.id grounds, which will
entail care cf lighting and check-
ing facilities.
Coeds should sign for interviews
at the time they turn in their pe-
titions in the Undergraduate Of-
fice. Interviewees will be required
to bring with them their eligibil-
ity cards, signed by the Merit-
Tutorial Committee, and their
Assembly membership card.
Miss Clare expressed the hope
that many independent women
would petition.

Vacation Housing
To Be Arranged
Any women students who will
be unable to go home during the
Christmas vacation and who wish
to remain in Ann Arbor should
leave their names at the Office of
the Dean of Women as soon as pos-
Since students may not remain
in the dormitories or league houses
over the holiday, special arrange-
ments will have to be made for
them. The Officetof the Dean of
Women will contact those who
leave their names as soon as these
arrangements have been made.
Cabaret To Hold
Final Rehearsals
The final dress rehearsals for
the entire Soph Cabaret cast and
stage committee will be held at
6:45 p.m. today and tomorrow
in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Coeds will be excused from
Choral Union practice today by
turning in their names to the of-
fice in Burton Tower. Late per-
mission until 11:30 p.m. will be
granted fhr today's rehearsal.

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