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SU'NDYERUARY 29, 1 95~

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Petitifoning Opens

'For

WRf Board

Informational Mass Meeting Scheduled;
All Coeds Eligible To Apply for 30 Posts
Petitioning is now open for the 30 positions on the 1948-49 WAA
Board, and petitions will be due Saturday, March 13 in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the league.
A mass meeting will be held at 4:30 p.m. Monday, March 8 in
the WAB Lounge for all women interested in petitioning for the posts.
Petitioning procedure, positions open and duties of the office will be
discussed at this time.
Special peyiticns will be used, these petitions are available in the
League Undergraduate Office. Interviewing will begin March 22, appli-
cants are asked to sign for interviews when submitting the petitions.
{ Positions will be open to all wo-

Sigma Nu
To Present
Annual Bal

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The annual Sigma Nu invita-
tional White Rose Formal will be
held this year from 9 p.m. 'to 12
p.m. Friday, March 12 in the Ball-
room and Grand Rapids Room of
the League.
In keeping ,with the tradition
between Sigma Nu and its brother
fraternity, ATO, the Michigan
ATO chapter will be honored
guests at this dance. Other special
guests will be the presidents of
sororities, fraternities, and dormi-
tories, presidents of various camp-
us organizations apd editors of
campus publications.
The decorations at this year's
formal presentation will attempt a
complete perusual of the white
rose theme with large simulated
white roses behind the bandstand
and an arbor of roses over the en-
trance to the ballroom.
Campus Quarter
The publicity committee of the
Campus Quarter will hold a meet-
ing at 4 p.m. Tuesday in the
League.'
The Campus Quarter is the stu-
dent directed and produced radio
show and anyone interested in do-
ing publicity work is invited to at-
tend the meeting.
Table Tennis-There will be an
organizational meeting for all
women interested in forming a
table tennis club at 5 p.m. tomor-
row at Barbour Gym.
ram,

men, experience is not necessary
except for the office of president.
Positions open include president,
vice-president, secretary, treasur-
er, A.F.C.W. representative, parti-
cipation, Interhouse manager,
dormitory manager, league house
manager, sorority manager, Daily
publicity and general publicity.
Club managers include archery,
basketball, camp counselors, bal-
let, modern dance, fencing, golf,
badminton and bowling. Other
clubs are hockey, ice skating, out-
ing, rifle, swimming, softball, table
tennis and tennis.
Women petitioning for president
must be second semester juniors
at the time of petitioning and have
served on the board for at least
one year. Other offices are open to
women who will be sophomores,
juniors, and seniors next year.
WAA NOTICES~

Monday: 5:10 p.m. Pi Beta Phi
II vs. Sorosis III, Gamma Phi Beta
II vs. Alpha Gamma I; 7:10 p.m.
Zone 5 vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma
II, Stockwell III vs. Helen New-
berry I; 8:15 p.m. Delta Zeta I vs.
Alpha Xi Delta I, Zone 6 vs.
Stockwell XII.
Tuesday: 5:10 p.m. Alpha Phi
II vs. Stockwell IV, Alpha Phi I vs.'
Stockwell V; 7:10 p.m. Alpha Xi
Delta IV vs. Kappa Delta II; 8:15
p.m. Zone 4 vs. Co-op, Interzone
vs. Zone 1.
Thursday: 5:10 p.m.- Kappa
Alpha Theta I vs. Sorosis I, Alpha
Omicron Pi II vs. Alpha Omicron
Pi III; 7:10 p.m. Gamma Phi Beta
I vs. winner of Alpha Xi Delta IV
and Kappa Delta II game, Jordan
III vs. winner of Zone 4 and Co-
op game.

FORMAL CAPE - The "new
look" is portrawyed here in a
short, full flaired fur cape.
Organization
Tells History
On October 9, 1934, a few in-
dependent women met in the
League library and organized the
group which is known to us as As-
sembly.
At this meeting officers were
elected and the purpose of the
organization was formulated as
follows: "To organize unaffiliated
women and stimulate their inter-
est in campus activities, both so-
cial and scholastic."
During their first year of activ-
ity The Assembly organized league
house zones, held the first Assem-
bly Banquet at which scholastic
awards were made, and joined the
League Council in presenting an
afternoon carnival to raise money
for the Undergraduate Campaign
Fund.
During the war Assembly unit-
ed with Panhel to present their
annual dance, which in 1945 was
presented for the first time in the
IM Building. Last year once again
Assembly presented their Ball in-
dependently.
This year Assembly will present
their coed-bid dance on Saturday,
April 17.

Ticket Sale
Opens for '48
Soph Prom
Music Theme To Dominate
Decorations at Ball Friday;
Levant Orchestra Will Play
Ticket sales are now open for
the 1948 version of the Soph
Prom, "Soph Music Hall," to be
presented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
next Friday in the Union Ball-
room.
Prom tickets may be purchased
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow
through Friday in University Hall.
Decorations Planned
Decorations will include giant
juke boxes. Carrying out the music
hall theme records will be hung
from the ceiling and the program
favors will be small record plat-
ters.
Featured on the entertainment
side will be Phil Levant and his or-
chestra. Individual performers
with the troup include vocalist,
Shirley White and Oscar Thrane,
the "300 lbs of Personality."
Disc Jockey Guests
Following in the vein of a music
hall, expected guests at the dance
are disc jockeys Ed Shafter on
WHRV and Detroit's Jack, the
Bell Boy. Although no definite in-
termission entertainment has been
planned, a running radio jibe of
record talk is expected from Jack
during the evening, according to
Jack Wagers, publicity chairman.
Sunday Mixer
Michigan League dormitory
coeds have presented a solution to
the, problem of what to do on
Sunday night dates by sponsoring
mixers from 7:30 to 11 p.m. in the
Grand Rapids Room of the
League.
Stags and couples are invited
to dance to the juke box or play
cards and meet other students.
Proceeds from the sale of cokes
and other refreshments will be
contributed to the Fresh Air Camp
Fund.
Sports Night
Dancing, bowling, ping pong
and bridge will be the activities
at the renewal of the WAR Sports
Night which will be held from
8:30 p.m. to midnight Friday.
The program will be open to
all students, a small admission
charge will be made. The sports
night will be sponsored by the
Women's Physical Education Club.

A student French-Spanish resi-
dence has been announced for the
1948 summer session at the Uni-
versity.
Rooms in the combined Maison
Francais and Casa Espanola, to be
located at 1027 E. University, are
available for approximately 15
women. Initial ability to speak one
of the two languages is a prereq-
uisite for appliants, as conversa-
tion in the residence and at the
separate French and Spanish
tables will be conducted entirely
in Spanish or French.
ROOMS for French students on
one floor and Spanish stu-
dents on another floor are most-
ly doubles. The living room will
also be available for conversa-
tional and social purposes of both
language groups.
Three meals a day will be served
at the residence. Men students in-
terested in French or Spanish con-
versation may secure lunch and
dinner at the residence provided
they make advance arrangements
for the entire summer session.
APPLICATIONS for rooms
should be addressed to the
Office of the Dean of Women. Ad-
ditional information may be ob-
tained and also an agreement
form which must be signed be-'

fore reservations can be made. A
$10 deposit is required only at
the time the agreement is signed.
The Office of the Dean of
Women will also handle re,
quests for meals from men stu-
dents. Prices for the summer's
residence are in accordance with
those of residences of similar size.
A RESIDENT director, fluent in
both French and Spanish,
Miss Germaine Boer of the Uni-
versity of Kansas City, will be in
charge of the linguistic and social
aspects of the residence. Busi-
ness manager of the house will be
Mrs. Pauline Elliott.
Accommodations are offered
only for the full eight week pe-
riod. Students may take up resi-
dence on June 16, and the house
will close August 15.
This plan has been worked out
by Dr. Louis A. Hopkjns, director
of the summer session; Profes-
sor Warner F. Patterson of the
Department of Romance Lan-
guages and Literature, and Mrs.
Mary C. Bromage, assistant Dean
of Women.
Saddle shoes cleaned with white
soap will retain that old look
minus the yellow tinge.

Langage I louse To Be Opened
For Women During Summer

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