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NOVEMBER 25, 19 17

THE MICHIGAN DAII.V

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Coeds Must Submit Petitions
Saturday for Senior Posts.

Juniors To Sign
For Interviews
All junior women interested in
League positions for the 1947-48
school year must submit their pe-
titions by noon Saturday, in the
Undergraduate Office of the Lea-
gue.
Interviewing will be held from
Dec. 1 through Dec. 12. Coeds are
asked to sign for interviews at the
time they submit their petitions.
With the exception of extreme
cases, no petition will be accepted
after the stated deadline.
Written reports by past offi-
cers are available to anyone in-
terested in the duties of the var-
ious offices. These reports are
located in Miss McCormick's of-
fice, the League Lowdown, and

on the bulletin board in the
League Undergraduate Office.
Senior positions will be announ-
ced at the annual Installation
Night held in the spring.
League Council positions opetn
, re president, vice-president, sec-
I :etary, treasurer, chairman of In-
I erviewing Committee, 'chairman
Af Judiciary Committee, Pnd one
>ost on the Judiciary Committee.
Other League committee posts
include chairman of the Dance
Class Committee, Dance Class
Finance chairman, chairman of
Merit-Tutorial, chairman of Or-
ientation, chairman of Person-
nel, chairman of Publicity, So-
cial Committee chairman, and
chairman of Drives.
Standing committees also in-
'lude chairman of Casbah Coin-
mittee, chairman of Casbah floor-
shows,' chairman of Casbah pub-
ticity, and chairman of Casbah
decorations.
The office of League Represen-
Iative on the Student Book Ex-
change is being omitted next year.
This position was recently added
to the League Council.

'Turkey Trot'
To Be Qiven
Tomorrow
The Union Council will present
"Turkey Trot," specialty holiday
dance, from 9 p.m. to midnight
tomorrow in the Union Ballroom.
This dance, the first of the spe-
cialty dances to be presented this
year, has been planned for those
students unable to go home for
the holiday.
Music will be furnished by
Frank Tinker and his orchestra.
Tickets for the dance are on sale
in the Union Lobby, with the price
of admission the same as that for
regular Union dances.
The committee for the dance in-
cludes Keith Jordan, Bob Holland,
and Bob Maier.

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All activities lists must be
turned in to the Merit-Tutorial
Office by Dec. 1.

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WAA Notices
Athletic managers will meet at
5 p.m. today at the WAB to dis-!
cuss rules and plans for the Inter-
house Basketball Tournament. C
Managers will submit time pre-
ferences for teams at this meet-
ing. Games will be played at 5:10,
7:20 and 8:15 p.m., Monday
through Thursday beginning De-
cember 1.
Crop and Saddle members will
not ride in regular groups this
week but may complete remain-
ing rides individually, according
to Pat Peter, president.
Place a small hand brush, bris-
tle side up, in the soap dish. Keep
the soap on top of the brush, and
when you need to use the brush it
will always be full of soap.

NEW ARTIST AT WORK-Adele Brandwen, New York City
artist, puts finishing touches on one of her paintings, to be shown
in the first public exhibit of her work in a Manhattan gallery.
Physical Education Majors
Have Diversified Program

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Stretch Your Holiday Dollars'
PRANKSGIVING SALE
Your chance to buy a new Thanklsiving outfit at rock-bottom prices.
You can stretch a little money a long way here. Coyne in today and
see for yourself. These are but a few items.

By MARGARET FROSTIC
'Play' to the women Physical
Edigation Majors involves not
only the development of skill but
also an extensive program in bio-
logicalscience, social science and
education.
Morning programs for majors
are devoted to the development of.
skills. For ten hours every week
each coed develops skills in swim-
ming, golf, tennis, archery and
badminton. She gains experience
in coaching and officiating, team
sports, and rhythmic activities for
teaching purposes. The officials in
the Interhouse tournaments in
basketball, softball and volleyball
are usually majors working for na-
tional ratings.
Physical Education Majors are
registered in the School of Edu-
cation and therefore are re-
quired to complete requirements
for a teacher's certificate which
include a major, two minors and
required courses in education.
The major is Physical Educa-
tion and one minor is Hygiene.
The second minor depends upon
the choice of the individual stu-
dent. Majors receive both sec-
ondary and elementar9 certifi-
cates. Practice teaching is done
in Ann Arbor Elementary
Schools and University High
School.
At present the program for ma-
jors is a four year curriculum
with approximately one year oft
electives. A minor consists of 17
Expectant Mothers
To Hear Address
Miss Adelia Beeuwkas, Assistant
Professor of Public Nutrition will
address the combined Wednesday
classes of expectant mothers at
2:30 p.m. today in the Child
Health Building.
The topic of Miss Beeuwkas' s
address will be nutrition study.
All expectant mothers are in-
vited to attend.
The individual classes, which
regularly meet on Wednesday will
not be held at separate times.
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hours and must be begun by the
beginning of the junior year.
For many years the demand
has far exceeded the supply for
graduates of this program and
future prospects indicate that
the demand will continue. Ma-
jors obtain positions in Y.W.-
C.A. 's, playgrounds, industries,
schools, colleges and camps.
Many women enter the field of
physical therapy from this pro-
gram.
The Physical Education Club
is a professional and social group
for majors and minors. The club
holds assemblies each week at
which outside speakers, demon-
strations and competitive games
and sports are featured. The re-
cent parties at the WAB on Fri-
days have been activities of this
club.
Supplementary to the training
received during the year is the
program offered at Interlochen,
National Music Camp. Women
entering this program help as
assistant counselors and enroll
in counselor education courses.
Emphasis is placed on guidance
of children, camperaft, nature,
waterfront and informal recrea-
tion. Coeds help for half the
summer in the Junior and In-
termediate division and the re-
maining half in the Senior High
School Divisioh.
The program for both majors
and minors is outlined in the
School of Education Bulletin. Ad-
ditional information may be ob-
tained by calling at the Physical
Education Office in Barbour Gym.

Employes
DislikeBadge
WASHINGTON, Nov. 24-UP)-
Employees of the Atomic Energy
Commission, who have to wear a
badge with their picture on it
while at work, have given security
officials a workout.
Most of the women employees
dislike a badge that has to be
pinned on. They say it tears
dresses. Some of the men don't
like it either.
So, security officials offer two
other choices: (1) a badge with a
black ribbon for wearing around
the neck, (2) a badge that clips tc
coat lapel or pocket.
Top favorite: The ribbon job.
Incidentally, a Boston firm that
makes badges to measure radia-
tion dosages worn as a safety
measure by people who work with
radiation materials, is combining
eye-appeal with utility. In tech-
nical journals, it advertises "At-
tractive Plastic" Badges, and
shows an attractive girl wearing
one.
Club Members
Skate To Music;
Groups Organize
The University Ice Skating Club
will skate from 1 to 3 p.m. today
and tomorrow at the Coliseum.
Club members will skate to the
music of several new "skating"
time symphonies recently pu -
chased by the club. Instructional
groups will continue to organize.
The skating club will have their
pictures taken for the Ensian at
1 p.m., Dec. 3 and 4 at the Coli-
seum by Mary Francis, their pro-
fessional advisor.
Union Will Have
Coke Dance Today
A pre-holiday coke dance will
be held from 3 to 5 p.m. today
in the Union ballroom.
Both couples and stags are in-
vited to attend. Women are ad-
mitted free, but mnen attending
are charged a small fee to cover
the cost of cokes served during the
afternoon.
Music for dancing will be pro-
vided by disc jockey, Bob Holland,
playing favorite records.
Nancy Hess, chairman of
Panhellenic Ball, wishes to
apologize for the mix-up in the
coat room of the IM Building
at the dance Friday. She
stressed that it was not the
fault of the Alpha Phi Omega
members, service fraternity,
who checked coats; but was due
to the fact that there were not
enough coat hangers.

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WOOL JERSEY-CREPE
BLOUSES
1.98 to 5.00
Long and short sleeves,
In dark or pastel hues.
Values to 10.95.

100% WOOL
SWEATERS
CARDIGANS 3.95 to 5.00
SLIPOVERS 1.98 to 3.98
Long or short sleeves.
Pastels or dark colors.
Were 4.00 to 8.95.

Outstanding Values-100% Wool
SUITS ... 25.00 to 39.95
Tweeds or monotones in sizcs 9-15, 10-20. Were pricd 35.00
to 49.95. Many have matching toppers sale priced too.

Wool Plaid--Solid Colors
SKIRTS
3.98 to 5.00
Values to 10.95. Slashed
for your holiday wearing.
Two-Way Stretch
ELASTIC
GIRDLES
that move with you.
Were 5.00.

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OURS(

r 2.00-5.00 Jewelry
Pins, earrings, brace-
lets, 98c-1.98.
* 75c-1.00 Anklets
Part wool, lisle, rayon,
19c-49c.
U Wool or Fur Mittens
Were priced 2.00-4.00,
98c.
SHand-knit wool Gloves
Were 4.50, 2.98.

Have a New

Dress for Thanksgiving

7.00 -10.00 - 14.95
Clever wools, crepes, and gabardines Inwanted colors.-.
Sizes 9-15, 10-44. Were 10.95 to 29.95.

The second combined floorshow
rehearsal for Soph Cabaret will
be held from 7 to 10 p.m. todayI
in the League. All divisions of the
floorshow will practice in rooms
designated on the bulletin board
in the League lobby.
Make sure that all your soap
dishes have drainage holes at the
bottom. This will permit your
soap to dry when not in use and
-J the soap will last longer.

Even, if it's TURKEY
Where you must go
To get your TURKEY
Please let us know
"For Hire" is our "BONANZA"
Just follow her nose
To your home in our "BONANZA"
In delightful repose
It'll be a special THANKSGIVING
Relaxing, Peaceful, No strain at all,
You get in, then get out,
on THANKSGIVING
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