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Junior Coeds

For League Posts
Petitions Due Nov. 29 in Undergrad Office;
All Senior Positions Will Be Announced
DuringAnnual SpringInstallation Night

Petitions for senior positions of
the League will be due Saturday,
Nov. 29, in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League.
All junior women interested in
petitioning are asked to tign for
interviews on, or before the date
set for petitions. Interviews will
begin Dec. 1 and continue through
Dec. 12.
No petitions will be accepted
after the stated deadline, except
in very few cases. Senior posi-
tions will be announced at the
annual installation Night held
in the spring.
Information concerning the du-
in the annual reports written by
past officers. Reports are located
in Miss McCormick's office, in the
League Lowdown, and on the bul-
letin board in the Undergraduate
Positions open on the League
Council include president, vice-
president, secretary, treasurer,
chairman of the Interviewing
ommittee, chairman of the Ju-
4lcar ommiittee, and one po-
sition of the Judiciary Commit-
Standing 'committees include
Students Present
Initial Faculty
Tea of Season
Faculty members of the School
of.Education will be special guests
at the first Student-Faculty Hour
of the semester, to be held at 4
p.m. today in the Russian Tea
Room of the League.
Co-sponsored by Assembly and
Panhellenic Association, the af-
fairs provide students with an op-
portunity to become better ac-
quainted with their professors.
All students are invited to at-
tend in campus attire. Plans are
being made to hold the teas week-
ly throughout the year, where
various departments of the Uni-
versity will be honored.

chairman of the Casbah commit-
tee, chairman of the Casbah floor-
show, chairman of the Casbah
publicity, and chairman of Cas-
bah decorations.
The list continues with chair-
man of the Dance Class Com-
mittee, Dance Class Finance
chairman, two Dance Class cap-
tains, chairman of Drives, chair-
man of Merit-Tutorial, chair-
man of Orientation, chairman
of Personnel, chairman of pub-
licity, League representative of
the Student Book Exchange, and
chairman of the Social commit-
League officers and chairmen
of standing committees are mem-
bers of the League Council, the
governing body of Women's
League activities.
Officers Named
In New Group
Mrs. Raymond L. Kilgour was
recently named president: of the
newly organized Ann Arbor Alum-
nae Chapter of Radcliffe Col-
Other officers for the coming
year will include Mrs. Donald W.
Fiske, vice-president, Mrs. Theo-
dore W. Davis, recording secre-
tary, Mrs.sRichard Boys, corre-
sponding secretary, Miss Jane
Blood, publicity, and Mrs. S. F.
Cummings, projects.
Mrs. Arthur W. Bromage, as-
sistant Dean of Women and a
Radcliffe alumna, was instrumen-
tal in bringing the Ann Arbor
chapter together.
The lists of the girls who
are planning to attend the Wil-
low Run dance that will be
held Friday, should be turned
in today to the Assembly Box
or the Undergraduate Office by
dormitory and league house

PARIS EVENING GOWN-This evening gown from Germaine Lecomie, called "Caroline," was ex-
hibited at a recent Paris fashion show. Black lace adorns a strapless bodice and skirt of tartan taffeta,
with accompanying lace mittens.

Sport Nights Hiawatha Club

Will Be Held
The Intramural Sports Night
will be held from 7:30 to 10.30
p.m. tomorrow.
Volleyball, handbaii, paddleball,
and bridge are included in the ac-
tivities offered. The swimming pe-
riod will be in two sections the
first from 7:30 to 9 p.m. and the
second from 9 to 10:30 p.m. Bad-
minton courts will be available but
students must furnish their own
birdies. Refreshments will be
Hosts and hostesses for the pro-
gram this week will be represen-
tatives of Psi Upsilon and Pi Beta
Phi. Identification cards will be
required but one guest is allowed
on each card. The program is open
to stags and dates.
,. * *
WA B Program
The Women's Physical Educa-
tion Club will again sponsor the
WAB Recreational Party from 8
to 12 p.m. tomorrow.
Xnformal dancing, ping-pong,
singing and bridge will comprise
a part of the activities offered.:
The bowling alleys will be open to
all students at the usual rate. Re-
freshments will be served.
All students may attend the
party which is open both for stags
and dates. There will be a small
admission charge.



The Hiawatha Club, composed
of students from the Upper Pen-
insula, will hold a short business
meeting at 7.30 p.m. today hi the
League Ballroom.
The aims of the club are to
promote high standards of schol-
arship among Upper Peninsula
students and to provide assist-
ance for freshmen from the Upper
Peninsula. To accomplish these
aims tutoring and a scholarship
fund have been proposed.
Other aims are to promote in-
terest in and development of the
Upper Peninsula, to provide a
common meeting place and to
promote vacation reu~Iions for
club members.
Junior Women
Urged To Attend
Play Meeting
There will be an organizational
meeting of the finance committee
for Junior Girls Play at 5 p.m.
today in the League.
All junior ,women interested in
aiding in the collection of class
dues are urged to attend. Coeds
who have already been contacted
by Jackie Reid, chairman of the
finance committee are requested
to attend also.

Members of the WAA Golf Club
will see movies of golf demonstra-
tiols at 5 p.m. today in the base-
inent of the WAB.
A time schedule for lessons will
also be discussed. The club is open
to all coeds, including first se-
mester freshmen. Anyone having
questions concerning the club and
its activities may call Mary Co-
bane, club manager, at 2-4561.
A Handicraft Workshop will be
conducted for members of the
WAA Camp Counselors Club at 7
p.m. today in Room 2424 Univer-
sity Elementary School.
A display of tools and products
which might be used in the camp
situation will be prepared. Mem-
bers will discuss ideas for handi-
craft which would be inexpensive
and suitable to different age
groups. Leading the groups will be
Miss Louise Markhus.
Camping experience is not nec-
essary for membership in the club
which is open to all women on
campus. Anyone having questions
may call Alline Brown, club man-
ager, at 4121, ext. 2147.
Tennis club members will meet
at 5 p.m. today at the WAB to
discuss indoor practice plans.




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