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Dancing Classes

To Open March
Previous Registration Will Be Taken;
Hostesses To Meet in League March 4

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Red Cross
Announces
New Plans

Registration for the men's social
dancing classes which will begin
March 8, will be held from 2 to 4
p.m. Friday, ,March 5 in the
League.
Sponsored by the dance class
committee under auspices of the
o unteers
May Work
For League
Coeds who are interested in serv-
ing as ushers for the Lydia Men-
delssohn and Michigan Theatres,
in filling requests fdr short time
volunteer work and acting as vol-
unteers for hospital service, may
sign up with the Personnel Com-
mittee of the League.
This committee contacts work-
ers through house presidents,
Daily notice, and notices in the
Undergrad Office of the League.
It also has formulated and posted
a list of helpful rules for the vol-
unteer ushers.
Coeds Ushered for Movies
Volunteers last semester ushered
for foreign movies, "Henry V,"
and the Fred Waring concerts.
- These coeds had the opportunity
of seeing worthwhile productions
free of charge and, at the same
time, earning activity points. They
also ushered for presentations by
Play Production.
Any coed may sign up for one
play or movie which she desires to
see without being a standing
member of the group.
Other Jobs Available
Other work which is available
through this committee includes
nursery work, art work, odd jobs
and the service of visiting patients
at Health Service.
The committee, headed by Anne
McGrew, includes Shirley Mait-
land, Bernice Calkins, Ann Gestie
and Sally Stanton.
jCampus Club
To Broadcast
The Campus Casbah will be
ropen for dancing from 9 p.m. to
midnight Friday and Saturday in
the League Ballroom, with music
by the Casbah's. regular band,
Fran Wine-Gar, with Nola on the
vocals.
A new arrangement of "Four
f Lealf Clover" will display the
bandleader's hitherto hidden tal-
ents as a guitar player. Wine-Gar's
' original tune, "Breakin' My
Dates," recently introduced at the
campus nightclub, will also be in-
cluded in the program.
Clair Lynn, announcer from
Station WHRV, will emcee the
Casbah's regular broadcast from
11:30 p.m. to midnight Saturday.
Reserved tables will be avail-
able for guests in the ballroom
and cokes will be served in the
Concourse.
Tickets for the weekend dances
are on sale at the main desk of
the League.

League Council, the classes will
consist of a series of eight lessons
ending in May.
Instruction will be divided into
three levels, the beginner's class
meeting at 7:30 p.m. every Mon-
day, the intermediate class at 7
p.m. every Tuesday and the ad-
vanced class at 8:30 on Tuesdays.
The new advanced class will be
made up of members from the
dancing classes last semester. Men
who have received cards stating
that they are eligible and who
wish to participate in the ad-
vanced class, should return their
cards as soon as possible to the
League Undergraduate Office.
John hekas, former Arthur Mur-
ray instructor and instructor of
the classes last semester, will teach
all groups. As teacher and per-
former, Lekas has been active in
Detroit for several years.
Membership in each class will be
limited to 60 men. Students should
bring the series cost of four dol-
lars when they register.
Coeds who wish to serve as as-
sistant instructors and hostesses
for the classes should plan to at-
tend the mass meeting to be held
Thursday, March 4 in the League.
Time and room location will be
announced later. .t
"All women students including
freshmen are eligible to take part
in this important League activity
and, at the same time, receive free
professional dance training," Su-
Smith, dance chairman, explained.
Assisting on the dance commit-
tee as captains are Arlene Brice,
Debbie Dubinsky, Frances Foley,
Jean Hunt, Nancy Musselnran and
Lillian Winquist. The finance
chairman is Kathryn Dempsey.
League Opent
Su ite for Coed
Use During Day
Introduced last semester, a
third-floor suite in the League
has been reserved for the use of
women students on campus dur-
ing the day for resting purposes.
The service was made available
to University women after repeat-
ed requests for such a room were
made in the Office of the Dean of_
Women.
The suite has been especially
designed to help those students
living distance from campus, and
whose class schedules necessitate-
their being on campus early in the
morning until late in the after-
noon.
Included in the suite are two
bunk beds for resting, a dressing
room and showers. These accom-
modations have proved especially
popular to women students living
at Willow Village who do not want
to return there during the day.
Laban To Speak
Dr. Juana de Laban will address
the women Physical Education
Majors Assembly on "The Dance
In Painting and Sculpture" at 9
a.m. today in Barbour Gym.
The Art Gallery has loaned 56
pictures to illustrate the lecture.
The lecture is open to all students.

A new plan for nurse enroll-
ment in the Red Cross has been
announced by Miss Thelma Stege-
man, chairman of the Nursing
Services Committee, Washtenaw
County.
This new plan is designed to
promote greater community bene-
fits through the Red Cross by
providing a roster of qualified
nurses, voluntari}y serving in Red
Cross Health programs as well
as in disasters. American Red
Cross nurse enrollment is now
based upon community service.
The program, as originally
conceived in 1905, had as its ob-
ject a country wide reserve of
nurses, maintained primarily
for national emergency pur-
poses.
In World Wars I and If, the
Red Cross carried the iesponsi-
bility for the recruitment of
nurses for the Army and Navy.
This nurse procurement program
was terminated in 1945 when the
Services assumed this responsibil-
-ity.

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-Daily-Wise.
BRITISH VISITOR-Sarah Simons {left), vice-president of the
League Council talks, with Lady Stella Reading, prominent
British stateswoman, after Lady Reading's speech last week on
"Promoting World Peace Through International Student Ex-
change."

Freshets of the New Season!
Colorf ul Carefree Crea/ious wi/h
a Poignan/ qualify of design
thai me aus Syring 1948

Eastern ColeeDvlopsPlan
To Aid Women in Job Problem
By BARBARA MARTIN
For women interested in obtaining administrative positions in
business, industry, government offices, social services institutions
and educational establishments Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Mass.,
has developed a Management Training Program.
The program, which is a graduate course, covers a period of
ten months, seven months of academic work and three months of full-
time apprentice field work. °-

In 1947 the Central Commit-
tee of the National }Red Cross
approved the "reorganization
of the Nursing Enrollment
Services to cover the enroll-
ment of nurses for the purposes
of the Red Cross itself." This
program replaces the enroll-
mnent plan formerly in opera-
tion.
Re-enlistment in the American
Red Cross Nursing Service is not
necessary. Former membersh~ip
will be maintained. Questionnaires
are being distributed through the
Red Cross to recruit members.
Further information may be ob-
tained through Miss Stegeman,
211 Nickels Arcade, Ann Arbor, or
Mrs. j. R. Wood, secretary of the
Red Cross Nursing Services Com-
mittee, 1415 Sudbury, Willow Run,
Village.
Members of the Scenery
Committee for JGP will meet
in the League at 5 p.m. tomor-
row. Anyone who cannot attend
may contact Virginia Garritsen
at 2-3203.

Designed to give an understand-
ing of people in their working sit-
uations and an insight into some
of the practical problems which
confront administrators, the pro-
gram includes training in admin-
istrative judgment, in methods of
handling and leading people and
in economic and financial prob-
lems which influence any organi-
zation.
Although the program has been
developed primarily for women
who intend to enter the profes-
sion of administration, the train-
ing in understanding human be-
havior would be an asset for any
woman interested in public and
community life.
Applicants must have a degree
from an accredited college and
should have some sort of working
experience. A stable, adaptable
personality is essential, and ap-
plications are not usually accept-
ed from women who are under 21
Interested women may write
Mr. T. North Whitehead, direc-
tor, Management Training Pro-
gram, Radcliffe College, Cam-
bridge 38, Mass.

WAA Noticesi
Rifle-Members of the WAA
Rifle Club who are entering the
National Rifle Association Tour-
nament may practice at the ROTC
range.
Badminton-There will be co-
educational badminton from 7:30
to 9 p.m. today at Barbour Gym.

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