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T11E-MICHRIGAN DAILY

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Benefit Dance To Contribute Coeds Pledged

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Information Concerning Petitioning,
Interviews Offered To'U' Women

Funds for Fresh Air Camp

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Srorities

The Clooney sisters will be fea-
tured vocalists with Tony Pastor's
r orchestra at Assembly's A-Hop, a
man bid, semi-formal dance to be
held from 8:30 p.m. to midnight
Saturday, Nov. 8, in the Intra-
mural Building.
The purpose of A-Hop is to raise
noney for the University Fresh
AIr Camp, a traditional Assembly
project. The benefit dance is an
annual Assembly affair, and was
called 'Time Out" last year.
' Proceeds Aid Camp
The University of Michigan
Fresh Air Camp is designed to
provide an integrated experience
of theory and practice in dealing
with childhood maladjustment,
and a summer workshop has been
established to attain this end.
The workshop includes both care-
fully planned academic courses
Officers Elected
A t Fletcher Hall
Residents of Fletcher Hall re-
cently held election of officers for
the year 1947-48.
Officers are: Barry McCabe,
president; Don Kuick, vice-presi-
dent; John Kephart, secretary;
Chuck Adams, treasurer; Phil
Morris, social chairman; Jud
Stevens, scholarship chairman;
Chuck Fonville, judicial chair-
man; and Russ Blue, athletic
chairman.

and a counseling laboratory in a
camp setting.
About two hundred and forty
boys between the ages of eight andi
thirteen years come to camp each
summer. Each boy is sent by one
of some twenty-five co-operating;
social and case work agencies, andI
the camping trip is part of a
planned, year-round, socio-educa-
tional program for the boy.
Counselors Volunteer
The Fresh Air Camp is now in
its twenty-seventh season. The
leadership is under volunteer Uni-
versity students, and since 1937,
the University Summer Session
has offered the camp counselors
related graduate courses.
Tickets for A-Hop are on sale in
University Hall and at the Michi-
gan Union. Proceeds from the
dance contribute a great deal
towards/camp work.
Pastor To Play
The Pastor orchestra, which
will play for A-Hop, will present'I
Henry Riggs as drummer. Riggs
was featured in the Pastor record-
ing, "Paradiddle Joe."
Stubby Pastor, youngest brother
of the maestro, who is ranked as
one of the five best trumpet side-
men in music, will do solos in the
Pastor style.
General chairmen of the central
committee for the charity dance
are Betty Spillman and Mary
Quiatt.

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TdYesterday
Eight campus sororities pledged
57 coeds during the informal
rushing period out of 124 women
who participated, it was an-
nounced by Panhellenic Associa-
tion yesterday.
Alpha Eta pledged Kathryn Cy-
bulski, Mary Clement, Kris Ram-
sey, Zola Shipman, Julie MacKen-
zie, Mary Margaret Farmer, Sarah
Thrush, Barbara Cutler and Jac-
queline Zipp.
Pledged to Alpha Gamma
Delta are Marge Berger, Bar-
bara Newell and Patricia Brown.
Collegiate Sorosis pledged Bar-
bara McCready and Betsy Dur-
ham.
Margaret Harris, Grace Wyman,
Jean Welch, Barbara Faust, Sally
Spedding, Pat Cheney and Helen
Starr were pledged to Zeta Tau
Alpha.
Kappa Alpha Theta included
in th ir mmbership Jackie Fox-
grover, Sally Childs, Joan Slat-
er, Mary Thorne, Diane Hacha,
and Katherine Macpherson.
Pledged to Delta Delta Delta are
Phyllis McCallum, Audrey Robin-
son, Shirlee Carlson, Mary Eliza-
beth Corin and Eleanor Janet
Fowler.
Sigma Delta Tau pledged
Barbara Bernstein, Barbara
B~renner, Doris Seder, Rae Gut-
man and Sylvia Haber. Others
are Gloria Goodstein, Sue Fried-
man, Annette Waldman, Jackie
We rer, Saann Steinberg, and
Deborah iWalson.
Included in Alpha Epsilon Phi
membership are Shirley Berko-
witz, Miriam Bernstein, Shirley
Dlnitz, Ilene Fink, Helen Gross-
P Id, Jeanne isendel, Lois Hopp and
P da Horwitz. In addition, are
Vivian Keidan, Alice Lazar, Maur-
een Levitt, Joan Meyers, Claire
Neback and Marilyn Stone.
Bridge Lessons
Tickets on Sale
Today in League
A series of bridge lessons for
coeds will begin next week in the
Grand Rapids Room of the League
sponsored by the League social
conuni tee.
There will be two beginner's
classes and two intermediate
classes taught each week. Begin-
ner's classes will be held from 8:30
to 101 p.m. on Mondays and from 7
to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. The
intermediate groups will be in-
structed from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on
Mondays and from 8:30 to 10 p.m.
on Wednesdays.
Mrs. Walter R. McLean a pro-
fessional bridge instructor, will
teach the four classes. In each
session, an hour will be used for
instruction and a half hour for
actual practice in the learned
techniques.
Coeds will be able to purchase
tickets for the ten week series for
$3.50 between 3:30 and 5:30 p.m.
today in the lobby of the League.
The course will last until the end
of the semester.

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her plan for the post desired, and
must have an interview with the
Interviewing Council of the
League.
T he Interviewing Council
consists of two coeds from each
of the upper classes and a chair-
man. This board, which also
has been chosen by the petition-
ing-interviewing system, is re-
sponsible for selecting womenj
for the various League posts.
A definite plan or outline should
be followed when writing a peti-
tion. This will make the petition
easier to write and easier for, the
committee to follow and under-
stand. The board suggests that
this outline include such infor-
mation as past experience, the du-
ties of the job, criticism of the
job and ideas for improvement,
and methods for carrying out the
duties.
It is important that individual
ideas and suggestions for the
post be added to the outline.
Diagrams, pictures and charts
may be used to help explain the

Every woman who has held a ideas to the committee. If the
position in the League has found petition is for a chairmanship,
herself seated in front of a coun- such as of the script committee
cil of coeds, nervously awaiting of Junior Girls Play, a sample
the first question concerning her of the work may be included to
show talent for the position.
petition. The council has requested that
Before a woman may hold a ma- all women type the petitions, if it
jor position at the League, she is at all possible. They also stress
must submit a petition explaining that a short, concise petition is as

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TITLIST - Louise Suggs of
Lithia Springs, Ga., a leading
amateur, successfully defended
her women's western open golf
championship in the 1947
tournament.
Ticket Sales
To Continue
Ticket sales for "Hallow-moon,"
the League coed-bid formal dance
will continue from 9 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. today and tomorrow in the
Undergraduate Office of the
League.
As guests enter "Hallow-moon,"
they will register, receive a re-
served table and keep the table
throughout the dance. The tables
are reserved to avoid confusion.
Cider and donuts will be served in
the Grand Rapids Room.
Fran Wine-Gar and his orches-
tra will supply music, and Wine-
Gar's musical friend Fred War-
ing, will attend "Hallow-moon"
following Waring's own perform-
ance at Hill Auditorium. Student
talent will be featured in inter-
mission, and Buck Dawson will
act as master of ceremonies.
All Riders Urged
To Enter Show
Students and Ann Arbor resi-
dents may enter the Crop and Sad1-
dle Horseshow by calling Gratia
Boice at 2-3225.'
Ten classes of entries will be
available at the show. Children's
classes, student class, a class for
Ann Arbor residents and members
of Crop and Saddle, and Boots and
Spurs will be included in the show.
The Horseshow will be held at
1 p.m. Saturday at Golfside Sta-
bles
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No job too large or small.
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good as a long one
The interviewee must be pre-
pared to express a brief review of
the plans given in her petition
at her interview. It is important
that she gives plans for organiz-
ing the members on her com-
mitee.
rettition blanks and pamphlets
explaining petitioning are avail-
able in the Undergraduate Office
in the League.

Junior and senior coeds may pe- join the Bowling Club but who
tition now for the position of were unable to attend the organi-
treasurer of the Women's Athletic zational meeting may call Marge
Association. Dangel, club manager, at 2-4561.
Petitions are due in Betty Eat- Ice Skating-An organizational
on's box in the Undergraduate Of- meeting will be held at 4:30 p.m.
flee of the League by 5 p.m. Mon- today in Barbour Gym. Members
day. Applicants are asked to sign will skate at the Coliseum during
for interviews when submitting the the open season. Among the plans
petition. Interviews will be heI tfor the coming year will be the
from 2 to 5 p.m. Tuesday in the Annual Ice Carnival held in con-
WAA Offices of the WA3. Junction with the Ann Arbor Ekat-
* : : ing Club in March.
Camp Counselors - A supper Physical Education Club -
hike has been planned for 4 p.m. Miss Olive H. Walser, a member of
Saturday, leaving from the WAB. the Personnel Bureau of the Na-
Reservations may be made by call- tional Board of the YWCA, will
ing Alline Brown, club manager, speak before the Physical Educa-
noon Friday. tion Majors Assembly at 9 a.m. to-
Bowling-Coeds who wish to day.

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in the same room.
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